Job Opportunities in Africa

World Vision has the privilege to partner with communities in 26 countries in Africa: Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Job Locations

Country Security Manager - Niger


To support the National Director in ensuring that effective security measures for the National Office programs are both appropriately planned for and addressed within the national context. Lead in the optimization of organizational security and the mitigation of operational risks for ministry effectiveness by establishing security systems and mechanisms for institutionalizing an organizational culture and practice of safety and security.


Strategy & Planning:

  • Develop and implement the National Office security strategy in alignment with WV security policy so as to ensure the operational priorities of the National Office are appropriately supported.

  • Ensure Security Risk Assessments, Country Risk Ratings and Core Security Requirement standards, processes and procedures are completed in accordance with current Office of Corporate Security guidelines and training.

  • Provide leadership/ management of the security team in country.

Security Operations:

  • Work with the National Director and Regional Security Director to carry out Security Risk Assessments as required/directed.

  • Country Risk Ratings are established and updated as required.

  • Ensure Core Security Requirements are implemented in line with Country Risk Ratings.

  • Provide input and support to management in crisis situations and critical incidents.

  • Conduct security investigations when required.

Networking and External Liaison/Engagement:

  • Represent WV at local NGO security network meetings and ensure information from these groups is disseminated to relevant staff.

  • Build ongoing networks for sharing security information and coordination with the UN agencies, the Govt and other relevant partners.

Capacity Building and Technical Training:

  • Coordinate the assessment, development and implementation of the national office capacity building plan for security management based on local security risk assessments.

  • Seek to develop a culture of security awareness and monitor staff compliance.

  • Buy in a stronger organizational security culture by assessing staff security training needs.

Reporting and Documentation:

  • Provide a regular security report to the National Office, Region and Office of Corporate Security.

  • Ensure that all security incidents are reported in accordance with WV Security Policy.

  • Conduct performance reviews of the field-based security focal persons.

  • Collect, analyze and disseminate security information appropriately.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

  • Police/Law Enforcement or military training.

  • At least 5 years’ experience in a proven security or emergency service field (public, private, and government or NGO sectors in military, security or law enforcement services).

  • Operational experience.

  • Strategic / Managerial experience.

  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience working with UN Agency / NGO.

  • HEAT Training (or at least within 90 days of hire).

  • Effective in written and verbal communication in English and French.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • First Aid qualified.

  • Computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

  • Demonstrated personal values, attitudes and behaviors that are consistent with World Vision Core Values.

  • Professional - behave in professional manner at all times and demonstrate ability to represent the organization well at interagency meetings.

  • Radio and/or Satellite phone communications experience, operations and management.

  • Valid Passport and Driver’s License.

  • Demonstrated experience in designing and delivering training.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 40% of the time.

Security Officer based in Nanyuki

Reports to: Regional Manager

Work Location: Nanyuki

Grade Level: 13

Major Responsibilities

Security Operations 30%

  • Security Risk Assessments for all ADPs in the region are developed.

  • Security Risk Assessments for all ADPs in the Region are reviewed and are current as per risk ratings.

  • Recommendations in the Security Risk Assessment are implemented.

  • Regional management is properly advised and guided in the event of security incidences.

  • Contingency plans for all offices in the Region to include but not limited to Programme suspension, staff hibernation, relocation and evacuation plans are properly developed.

  • Office assessments are periodically conducted to ensure that safety and security equipment are available and in serviceable condition.

  • Developed Regional Security Annual Operating Plans aligned to the National Office Security Strategy.

  • Contracted security staff in all regional offices are professionally managed.

  • An inventory of all security communications equipment including satellite phones, HF and VHF radios in the region well-kept and maintained.

  • All communication equipment in the region are serviceable.

  • Staff movement during working hours is tracked to ensure safe travels

  • Security investigations are conducted when required.

Strategy & Planning, 25%

  • Develop Regional Security Annual Operating Plans aligned to the National Office Security Strategy.

  • Periodically review Security risk rating for the region and ADPs in accordance with Core Security Requirements.

  • Develop security plan for the region and each ADP.

  • Develop and review security standard operating procedures for all offices in the region.

  • Update core security requirements in the region as per security risk ratings to determine compliance levels.

Capacity Building and Technical Training 15%

  • Staff in the Region have undergone the security training as per the security risk rating.

  • Security training in the region is well organized and coordinated in liaison with the National Security Officer.

  • New staff in the Region are well briefed on the security situation of the area of operation within 24 hours of arrival.

Reporting and Documentation, 15%

  • Regular security reports are shared with the Security Manager.

  • All security incidents are reported in accordance with WV Security Policy.

  • Security documents are revised and shared quarterly with the security Manager or in accordance with the security risk rating.

Networking and External Liaison/Engagement 10%

  • WVK is well represented at local NGO security network meetings and information from these groups is disseminated to relevant staff.

  • Developed networks for sharing security information and coordination.

Any other duties 5%

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Security Studies, Military Science, Security Management and Police Science, Security and Disaster Management, Forensic and Criminal Investigations or related fields.

  2. At least three (3) years’ experience in a proven security field (public, private, and government or NGO sectors).

  3. Military/Police/ any law Enforcement Training

  4. No previous criminal record or convictions.

  5. Computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

  6. Demonstrated personal values, attitudes and behaviors that are consistent with World Vision Core Values.

  7. Proof of resignation and clearance from security services.

  8. Ability to work effectively under pressure (particularly in a crisis situation)

  9. Ability to communicate well in English & Swahili (verbal and written)

  10. Professional - behave in professional manner at all times and demonstrate ability to represent the organization well at interagency meetings.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  1. Minimum (2) years’ experience working with UN Agency / NGO plus field security experience.

  2. Radio and/or Satellite phone communications experience, operations and management

  3. Demonstrated experience in designing and delivering training programs.

Communication Manager




Position : Communications Manager

Localisation : Dakar

Nombre : 01

Grade Level : 16

Finalité du poste :

To provide strategic communications direction and support to World Vision Senegal, through the management of communications and public engagement programme that effectively describe and promote the organization’s visibility, mission and impact to children, communities, staff and supporters, partners and diverse audiences who need to be informed and engaged in the ongoing ministry of WV Senegal.

Responsabilités Majeures:

Key Outputs/Responsibilities

(Accountabilities and results)

Weight (%)


Technical & Operations

Lead the development of World Vision Senegal’s communications strategy and business plans, in alignment with and support to corresponding regional and global communications strategies and priorities to build trust and reputation in the country and beyond.

Ensure communications function is disaster ready to respond to the local humanitarian emergency and that the communications team demonstrates emergency communications core competencies.

Develop and implement WV Senegal’s national communication for advocacy plan to advance the work around the global campaign It Takes A World to End Violence Against Children, National Advocacy campaigns, and agreed Global Moments, and key joint global engagement initiatives.

Develop a strong internal communications function that mobilizes staff for strategy, programme execution and impact



Marketing and Public Engagement

Develop a performing communication & marketing mix function to build organisational capacity to assist local fundraising efforts that sustainably support World Vision’s programmes.

Oversee the production and delivery of compelling high-quality evidence-based and issues-oriented fundraising, advocacy and publicity materials (web-based, digital, print and video) for effective donor and public engagement – both in-country and internationally, and in collaboration with other World Vision Offices if/as appropriate.

Ensure that stories, photos and other materials are produced to standards of quality required for informing, educating and engaging donors and publics via Partnership websites, magazines, adverts, donor appeals, media releases and other communications channels and outlets.

Contribute to the development, mapping, and implementation of the public engagement business planning in partnership with Advocacy, Operations, and Resource Acquisition teams.

Develop and maintain productive working relationships with external stakeholders such as media, donors, UN, policy makers, coalition and other partners and audiences to enhance World Vision Senegal’s credibility and influence in the promotion of children’s well-being.



Media and social media

Lead the development of contacts and good collaboration with country-level print, audio and audio-visual media to earn coverage of World Vision.

Support the monitoring of national media and use of media tracking through effective tools and establish the overall capacity of WV Senegal to initiate and respond to media contacts with required speed and skill.

Develop and successfully implement a digital and social media strategy that reflects World Vision brand showcasing high-quality and compelling narrative and visuals, and increase engagement from target audiences



Strategic & Executive Communication

Provide strategic communications guidance to National Director and Senior Leadership Team on business needs as they related to reputation and trust.

Advise and support the National Director and Senior Leadership Team as required, and country office at large on effective engagement with media and publics especially during crises of potential or actual risk to organisational reputation.

Enhance and protects World Vision’s brand, partners and communities by identifying and addressing risk issues that might damage stakeholders’ perception of World Vision and partners.

Promote continuous learning, innovations and best practices internally, within World Vision regionally and in Senegal communications community.

Oversea media, partners, stakeholders and Support Offices visits and ensure approvals, coordination, scheduling, photo opportunities and interviews, are well planned and executed



Other Competencies/Attributes:

Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

1. A degree or equivalent in journalism or communications/public relations.

2. At least five years professional experience in journalism or public relations is preferred.

3. Sound understanding and experience in media relations, donor and public communications, emergency communications, advocacy communications and internal communications

4. Experience in team management and demonstrated ability to strategically plan and deliver.

5. English language fluency (written and verbal).

6. Excellent writing skills, with photographic and/or video skills also preferred.

7. An energetic, analytical and self-starting approach to projects that involve significant responsibility.

8. General experience in project management, with specific experience in the production of diverse and creative communications projects including publications, multi-media, websites/pages, photo and video reports, etc.

9. Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills.

10. Able to travel and work in the field as an essential function of the position.

11. Deep understanding of or personal faith in and commitment to Jesus Christ, as expressed through World Vision’s vision, mission and core values.

12. Audience analysis, segregation and targeting through most relevant platforms

13. Social media analytics and strategy

Working Environment / Conditions:

Work environment: Office-based with travel to the field

Travel: 30% Domestic/international travel is required.

On call: 15%

WV’s Core Competencies

Be Safe and Resilient

Build Relationships

Learn and Develop

Partner and Collaborate

Deliver Results

Be Accountable

Improve and Innovate

Embrace Change

Process of hiring: individual interview with a panel.


To apply, you need to send a letter of motivation addressed to the National Director of World Vision Senegal, accompanied by a CV, the diploma required as following:

Internally, please go to Our People in your ESS in JOBS (Development Actions- Open Position).

Externally, go through the link

Date limite de dépôt : 05 avril 2020

Team Management

Lead, manage, and provide capacity building support to employees in the Communication Unit by ensuring clear goals and accountabilities are established and achieved.

Ensure individuals’ performance and development needs are met, and employees are high performing and engaged.

Lead the process of continuous learning on appropriate communications systems and tools, as appropriate to the context of World Vision Senegal.

Project Officer - A,M&E (Turkana)

Please note that you will be required to produce a current (within 3 months) Original Police Clearance Certificate or waiting receipt during interview in case you are shortlisted.

Position: Project Officer – A, M&E

Reporting to: Project Manager

Grade Level: 12

Work Location: Turkana

Purpose of Position

To ensure that Monitoring and Evaluation of the food assistance programme and Accountability mechanisms are established to allow World Vision remain accountable to the community and other stakeholders.

Major Responsibilities

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected


DME implementation

  • Provide support and participate in project design (assessments baseline surveys) and in the production of well-designed DMT proposals that are LEAP aligned and reflective of community needs and contexts.

  • In Liaison with the National Office team provide support in project designs and ensure that the Food Assistance log frame and M&E plan are realistic.

  • Ensure that M&E activities are adequately budgeted for, these includes monitoring and end of project evaluation for the specified project.

  • Ensure that all Monitoring activities are carried out and reported on time such as (PDMs, CSI on site distribution monitoring etc

  • Ensure that Monitoring data is regularly reviewed for its appropriateness and usefulness in measuring progress toward the achievement of the project objective.

  • Prepare quality monthly, quarterly and end of phase narrative reports in time.

  • Review field visit reports from Field Monitors and ensure that they are in line with the project design

  • Prepare schedule for monitoring together with communities and partners at county and sub county level.

  • Ensuring that data collection plans employ an appropriate mix of quantitative methods using the Open Data Kit (ODK Platform) and qualitative research methods remaining simple, practical, context-appropriate, and cost-effective.

  • Proposal development process factors in LEAP requirement and contextualized to community needs

  • Realistic project designs and food assistance log frame and M&E Plan in place.

  • Realistic Budgets on M&E activities developed.

  • PDM/CSI reports reviewed regularly and results timely utilized in decision making processes.

  • Monitoring Data reviewed regularly to enhance its appropriateness and relevance in meeting project objectives

  • Monthly, quarterly, end of phase and other periodic reports prepared and submitted on time.

  • Schedule for Monitoring developed with communities and

adhered to.


Reporting and documentation

  • Plan tracking for key CWB indicators of strategic relevance through use of secondary data from LRAs/SRAs, SMART surveys etc and primary data, with partners and communities. Consolidate and analyze field data to that it effectively informs the annual child well-being report.

  • Ensure continuous learning and documentation of lessons learnt and best practices for project design, monitoring and evaluation frameworks.

  • Provide support in the review of reports at project level and ensure alignment with LEAP and donor standards.

  • Child well-being reporting achieved through reliable and validated data sources.

  • Program design process remains privy to documented evidence and learning for food/cash and emergency response projects.

  • DM Reports aligned to LEAP and Donor requirements.


Humanitarian Accountability

  • Ensure established linkages between the M&E system of the food program and the Humanitarian accountability requirements.

  • Work closely with the NO Team in the development, contextualization and refining of M&E tools and resources needed to implement humanitarian accountability issues.

  • With the support from the DME Officer at the National Office Conduct the Accountability Assessments.

  • Work with the communities and beneficiaries to ensure that the Four Pillars of the Program Accountability Framework (PAF) Information Provision, Community consultation, participation, and complaints and response mechanisms have been set up and are functional.

  • Ensure that International humanitarian standards such as the; Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) , Sphere standards and Red Cross Code of Conduct and DO NO HARM are well articulated and utilized by project staff.

  • Ensure that protection issues that come from the PDM and CRM are addressed appropriate.

  • Ensure implementation of a safe, efficient and effective system for receiving and processing of feedback, ensuring a two-way communication between communities, beneficiaries and World Vision.

  • Prepare Monthly reports highlighting type(s) and number of community complaints / feedback by project sites. The report should include how these have been analyzed, followed up and used to improve community engagement and project implementation.

  • Linkages in place on food/cash programmes for humanitarian accountability.

  • M&E tools and resources refined to suit humanitarian accountability standards.

Accountability assessments conducted and findings utilized in establishment and strengthening the use of the PAF.

The Four Pillars of PAF set up and utilized.

Humanitarian Standards well-articulated by field staff and utilized effectively in project implementation.

Protection issues emerging from PDMs addressed effectively by the relevant sectors in WVK and partners.

Safe and efficient system for receiving and processing feedback from the community is in place.

Comprehensive CRM monthly reports submitted in time to facilitate prompt remedial measures.


Capacity building

  • Ensure that capacity building plan for the Project Field staff on Monitoring and Evaluation is in place and utilized.

  • Work closely with partners in order to effectively collect monitoring data on CWB outcomes of strategic relevance.

  • DMT staff at Feld level well trained and versed in M&E processes.

  • M&E capacity building plan developed for field staff and utilized.

  • Partners well trained in data collection on CWB outcomes at County and Sub County level.


Resource Mobilization

  • Provide support in the development of proposals and LEAP design documents at project level

  • Sustained funding for DM

  • DM Proposals are LEAP aligned


Networking and Collaboration

  • Network and collaborate with relevant partners, and represent World Vision in Interagency Working Meetings at the County and sub County level

  • WVK well networked and remains proactive in inter-agency fora.



  • Any other duties as assigned by the Supervisor

Minimum education, training and experience requirements to qualify for the position:

  • A degree related to the science and practice of community development, program design, statistics and evaluation;

  • Two years’ experience in M&E positions including participatory research and impact measurement;

  • Proven technical ability around M&E (i.e. experience in managing data entry and conducting data analysis and interpretation)

  • Experience with SPSS and other related statistical software packages.

  • Demonstrated understanding of quality assurance systems, and continuous improvement, with particular emphasis on integration of accountability measures into all aspects of the project cycle;

  • Empirical knowledge of humanitarian codes, principles and practice;

  • Good team player, self-starter, has ability to work under minimum supervision and maintain good relationships.

  • Strong commitment to WV Values, Mission and Vision.

Project Coordinator - Health (Kilifi)

Please note that you will be required to produce a current (within 3 months) Original Police Clearance Certificate or waiting receipt during interview in case you are shortlisted.

Position: Project Coordinator – Health

Reporting to: Area Programs Manager

Grade Level: 13

Work Location: Kilifi

Purpose of Position

Provide overall project coordination and technical leadership of Mother to Mother project and ensure successful implementation of the interventions aimed at improved maternal and child health in Bamba and Jaribuni wards. Provides technical assistance and leads implementation of the health component of the project.

Major Responsibilities

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected


Project Coordination, implementation and technical leadership to the Maternal child health implementation

  • Provide overall coordination of the project to ensure timely implementation of activities.

  • Work with County and Sub county health management teams to integrate Maternal Child, nutrition and livelihood interventions.

  • Represent the project in county and sub county Maternal and Child Health technical working groups (TWGs).

  • Coordinate local structures to ensure that community awareness meetings on Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health components are conducted.

  • Work with local structures to foster positive knowledge, attitudes & practices by community members on up take of Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health services.

  • Provide coordination to project staff to ensure project targets are achieved

  • Manage community expectations in terms of the support that WV can provide, enhance accountability & transparency mechanisms.

  • Facilitate communities to identify viable project Interventions and ensure community participation in project implementation.

  • Ensure the project focuses on the right beneficiary as intended.

  • Develop, a detailed plan that will support delivery of the project objectives throughout the project period appreciating the unique context.

Technical soundness within the project

Timely and quality project implementation


DME, Reporting and Documentation

  • Utilize Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health, national and county M&E tools and follow on set targets and timelines of reporting and documentation.

  • Monitor project interventions in strict adherence to WV Kenya, Kenya government regulations and other agreed standards.

  • Ensure project data is captured, validated and updated on horizon and or any other approved World Vison Kenya (WVK) DM&E system.

  • Liaise with National Office technical specialists for their contribution to the technical aspects of the project design.

  • Provide technical oversight to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health quarterly data reviews and reporting

  • Provide budget oversight and ensure adherence to approved plans and budgets

  • Timely preparation for Routine Data Quality Assessment (RDQA), ensuring quality reports are availed.

  • Participate in the project/ program assessments, designs, Annual Operating Plans development and reviews

  • Coordinate development and submission of timely and quality reports as per the requirements organization and donor requirements.

  • Seek out and document lessons learnt and project success.

  • Gather and provide quality feedback and data to be used to develop technical papers and recommendations on key issues for external engagement with decision makers.

  • Together with MOH and other partners, conduct regular reflection and learning events.

Quality and timely reporting that meets set targets

Capacity Building 10%

  • Organize and facilitate specific and relevant trainings for MOH staff, Community Health Volunteers and CVA groups.

  • Facilitate MOH to supervise Community Health Volunteers to deliver on the targets.

Stakeholders having capacity to address existing gaps.

Advocacy, Partnerships, Engagement and Networking (15%)

  • Link and engage with the County and Sub County to ensure timely consultation and technical support.

  • Work with the Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health networks, MOH for technical direction and leveraging of resources to strengthen the health systems to achieve the Project objectives.

  • Work with other partners implementing Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health interventions for synergy and achievement of bigger impact and sustainability.

  • Facilitate community members to identify issues related to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health and support community advocacy to enable the relevant stakeholders to take appropriate action.

  • Support and attend stakeholder’s forum related to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health interventions.

Harmonized coordination with MOH, other partners and donors

Others (5%)

  • Participate in daily devotions and other organizational meetings as required

  • Effectively manage other assignments as may be delegated to you by the supervisor from time to time.

Enhanced Team work

Other duties well supported.

Minimum education, training and experience requirements to qualify for the position:

  1. A degree in Nursing Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Public health and Environmental health.

  2. A minimum of 4 years working experience in Health and Nutrition projects at community level two of which should be direct Reproductive Maternal Child Health project implementation experience

  3. At least two (2) years of supervisory level (people management) experience.

  4. Experience working with the devolved system at county and sub county level and familiarity.

  5. Experience engaging with donors

Sponsorship and Program Facilitator (SPF)

Purpose of the position:

Effectively and efficiently facilitate Implementation of program development and sponsorship at the project level to ensure that communities are empowered for sustainable development and they contribute to child well being outcome as per World Vision standards

Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

Major Responsibilities: (please define in output format – 1--6 things of what you expect to see as a result of this position)

Key Outputs/Responsibilities

(Accountabilities and results)

Weight (%)

Implementation and reporting of planned activities

  • Participate in planning and budgeting, preparation of work plans, implementation of planned activities and monitoring/ reporting of progress.

  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of planned activities and community level engagements.

  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and Seminars.

  • Identify local level partners, support and facilitate the partnership in the implementation of planned activities.

  • Facilitate stakeholders and partners in supervision and monitoring of programmatic activities.

  • Support the collection and documentation of impact and success stories on monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annually.


Community engagement and advocacy

  • Sensitize community empowerment through TEAM approach by organizing commercial producer groups (CPG) and formation of commercial villages.

  • Mobilize and facilitate integration of Vision Fund Tanzania(VFT) and Resilience Project Models such as Market Led Agriculture, Local Value Chain Development (LVCD), Standardized Saving Groups (eg Village loan saving Association (VSLA) and other Economic development initiatives

  • Innovatively support communities including RC households to participate and benefit from the programme development and make intentional inclusion of RC families in CPG, VSLA, Village Community Bank (VICOBA) and other program economic activities

  • Sensitize community on sponsorship (RC parents/ guardians, community leaders and other community members) and facilitate participation in the sponsorship management project activities

  • Mobilize and facilitate active participation of children and their communities to participate in planning, monitoring and implementation and evaluation of community development initiatives.

  • Build the capacity of children, families and community to collectively engage local leaders on identified issues.

  • Follow-up on commitments by leaders on improvement of the wellbeing of children.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in annual children care and protection days – such as the Day of African child.


Management of sponsorship performance

  • Monitoring of RC in line with partnership standards.

  • RC records and files well managed and stored securely.

  • Support RCs to correspond with sponsors in a timely manner.

  • Facilitate processing of all special mails; Christmas cards, Spontaneous letters, APR, introductory letters within partnership standard.

  • Support children to respond to sponsor correspondences- Sponsor letters and introductory letters.

  • Support management of Support Office Queries, Gift Notifications, mails, and file copies of correspondences in children’s files.

  • Conduct and produce quality periodic mailings Annual Progress Report – (APR) and Christmas Cards.

  • Take quality pictures according to the required standards.

  • Mobilize and support RC families to adequately prepare for and manage sponsor visits.


Monitoring of Registered Children

  • Support development of integrated monitoring plan in assigned area with ADP stakeholder

  • Analyze STEP management report and follow up critical RCs findings by using case management tool

  • Analyze Child well being (CWB) RC visits and Service Operation Indicator (SOI) reports from STEP and share them with ADP stakeholders

  • Compile monitoring reports for management action.

  • Hold monthly / quarterly meetings with Child Monitors and guardians/parents and child protection committees to address findings from monitoring.

  • Identify, train volunteers/monitor, partners and train on sponsorship philosophy and partnership standard.

  • Provide quality and accurate information on presence, support and benefit to enable entry in STEP database.


Child Protection and Wellbeing

  • Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any accordance in line with child protection policy and guidelines.

  • Work with local leaders to protection children from child violations and abuses on child protection.

  • Sensitization of children including all RC on child protection.

  • Sensitize children, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities with a view to identify child violations.

  • Facilitate spiritual nurture of children.



  • Facilitate networking relationships and participation with wide stakeholders such as government, church, faith based organization leaders and other key partners at local level such as NGOs, CBOs, IGA groups

  • Facilitate WVT/VFT integration for profitable agriculture, livestock production and enterprise development (high value agriculture crops and livestock breeds).

  • Foster partnership with local institution in RC monitoring


PROFILE: Core Capabilities: (proficiency levels; 1=developing 2 =proficient 3=advanced)

Core Capability

Proficiency level

(1, 2, 3)

Examples of advanced proficiencies

(A full list of indicators available in Core Capabilities into Job Descriptions – Facilitator’s Guide)



Achieving Capabilities

Achieving quality results and service




  • Clarifies goal and purpose of work tasks

  • Completes tasks in a timely, cost effective manner

  • Responds promptly in a professional manner

  • Solves routine workplace problems quickly and efficiently

  • Achieves predefined results and outcomes using ethical, efficient methods

  • Clarifies the standards that need to be followed

  • Demonstrates personal integrity and trustworthiness

  • Pursues thoroughness and appropriate detail

  • Communicates with integrity to different stakeholders

  • Takes initiative to focus on quality outcomes and services to beneficiaries and customers

  • Effectively communicate with others to create shared meaning and understanding

Practicing accountability and integrity



Communicating information effectively



Thinking Capabilities

Thinking clearly, deeply and broadly




  • Identifies gaps, trends, priorities and key issues Understanding various sectors of the humanitarian industry, key stakeholders and operational context

  • Identifies some historical changes in Humanitarian industry and stays aware of changing trends

  • Lists key information sources that keep knowledge current

  • Understands WV core documents (vision, mission, core values, covenant of partnership and ministry policies)

  • Represents World Vision as a child focussed organisation

  • Supports new approaches to work

  • Finds fulfilment in work through creativity

Understanding the Humanitarian industry



Understanding WV’s mission & operations



Practicing innovation & change



Self-managing Capabilities

Demonstrating Christ-centered life and work




  • Models a life style of Christ centred witness and service

  • Respects WV’s core values in work and life

  • Understands why work with the poor and disadvantaged children is important for followers of Christ

  • Understands the basic beliefs of the Christian faith

  • Respects and relates appropriately to people of other faiths

  • Accepts and supports corporate spirituality

  • Sets development goals and pursues learning both formally and informally

  • Commits personal time to growth and development

  • Receives feedback on performance and acts on it to improve performance

  • Routinely look for opportunities to learn, improve, change and grow

  • Maintains balance in work, life and relationships (especially family and friendship relationships and support networks)

  • Prioritises many demands without losing focus

  • Has realistic self awareness of abilities and development needs

  • Manages personal emotions and their effects

Learning for growth and development



Maintaining work/life balance



Relational Capabilities

Building collaborative relationships




  • Treats others with honour and respect

  • Builds and maintains strong relationships

  • Cooperates well with other team members

  • Develops personal networks of effective relationships within World Vision

  • Respects and is sensitive to different groups

  • Adapts personal style to new environments and cultures

  • Appreciates and embraces differences

  • Understands own preferences, culture and perspective

  • Expresses own beliefs in culturally appropriate manner

  • Interprets and presents information with influence and impact

  • Uses different styles to impact different individuals or groups

Other Competencies/Attributes:

  • Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.

  • Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:

  • Minimum Qualification required: Diploma in Social Science from accredited College/University in Agric. Economics., Sociology, Community Development, Psychology & related field.

  • Preferred: Degree /Advanced Diploma in Agric. Economics, Sociology, Community Development, Psychology & related field.

  • Experience: 1 - 2 years in programming

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • High integrity.

  • Partnering and engaging with stakeholders

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.

  • Report writing skills

  • Networking and influencing skills.

  • Highly reliable and dependable.

  • Passion for children.

  • Skills in Programming.

  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and donors

  • Computer skills

  • Community Facilitation skills

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment: Few office work with frequent visits to the field

  • Travel: 02% Domestic travel is required and On call: 05%

Technical Specialist for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Pro

Job Announcement

World Vision Mali recruit for the following position (1):

TITLE: Technical Specialist for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Project

Locality : Centre de Service de Bamako

Contract type: Local

Report to: Operations Manager

Supervise: None

World Vision does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.

World Vision does not concern itself with information on bank accounts.

*Women are strongly encouraged to apply for.

The purpose of the position:

The purpose of this position will broadly provide technical and management leadership to design and implement of country specific technical NTD cross sector coordination strategies. S/he will establish and maintain relationship with high-level government and key stakeholders to influence and building consensus toward collaboration across sectors. The Technical Specialist will shape the Cross-sector coordination country priorities, communicate a clear rationale for choices of the NTDP and provide recommendations to the NTDP and ACT | West program for changes in emphasis or direction. The Technical Specialist will provide project briefings and updates to ACT | West program leadership and represent WV in meetings with key stakeholder partners in the country.

Major Responsabilities:

  • Support the NTDP/MOHs to maximize efficiencies and program effectiveness through leveraging and complementing related health sectors interventions including malaria, basic education, water, sanitation, hygiene, and maternal and child health to reach greater numbers with NTD interventions.

  • Develops and implements a strategy that facilitate several USAID funded interventions to work across sectors to help countries establish long-term, cost-effective NTD control programs (e. g., soil transmitted helminthiasis, schistosomiasis);

  • Develops and maintains collaborative and beneficial relationships with key stakeholders across sectors, relevant government agencies, bilateral and other NGOs and consistently maintained and viewed as a knowledgeable resource in their technical area.

  • Maintains a constructive dialogue and technical exchange with ACT | West counterparts and technical staff of implementing partners and Coordinate the participation of overlapping NTD programs and complementary development-sector programs in the country-level work plans;

  • Assist the NTDP/MOHs and implementing partners on identifying complementary interventions funded by USAID and/or other donors in the areas of Nutrition, WASH, and Education and assist the MOHs on the implementation of actions that facilitate the collaboration between programs;

  • Collaborate with ACT | West consortium partner lead (FHI360 or HKI) in the conceptualization and implementation of policies that enable the mainstreaming of NTDs programs into the national health system

  • Support the program to leverage cross-sector technical leadership and non-traditional public health platforms and Responsible for planning and scheduling country cross sector coordination work flow and timetables, within area and function guidelines

  • Influence design and scope of initiatives and programs and Develop strategies and tools for the design and implementation of specific technical components. And Ensure the quality of implemented technical activities and systems at all levels

  • Lead annual planning to ensure that plans are made to meet the targets set out in the project design and Understanding and developing budgets and finance, including expenditures, research and development appropriations, return-on-investment and profit-loss projections

  • Establish and maintain effective project reporting, evaluation, and communication systems. Submit timely, accurate and professional reports that meet donor requirements

  • Monitor local context and report on how changes in context may affect program activities. This includes changes in the security environment

  • Provide Short Term Technical Support to other ACT | West program countries in the region and/or Represent WV and ACT | West professional meetings and conferences as needed.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge and Experience

  • Masters or PhD Degree or its International Equivalent Public Health, Behavioral, Life/Social Sciences International Development or Related Field.

  • 8-11 Years of experience in the implementation of public health or other infectious diseases programs.

  • At least 5 years of experience in the implementation of WASH, Malaria, Nutrition and/or Education projects. Experience with WASH and School Health Programs is highly desirable.

  • Oversee and leads projects, set realistic priorities, and plan for the successful implementation of activities.

  • Experience in managing or working on USAID funded projects is strongly preferred.

  • Written and published materials related to technical area e.g., journal articles, job aids, training curricula, and other tools would be an advantage.

  • Fluent in English and/or French.


  • Proactive approach, good organization and time management skills, and ability to prioritize and manage workload

  • Strong budgeting and financial management skills

  • Leadership and teamwork capabilities that includes coaching and motivating staff to high level of performance, & engaging in effective cross cultural & cross functional working to achieve shared goals in the absence of direct line management authority

  • Experienced networker with strong negotiation skills and an ability to maintain a good up to date knowledge of the grant opportunities and trends in WV ´s priority sectors.

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment: Good analytical skills, good communication culture and agrees to work and take phone calls after hours of service,

  • Travel: 10 % International trip is required.

World Vision se réserve le droit de disqualifier un candidat qui a des antécédents relatifs à la violence faite aux enfants ou aux comportements opposés à la protection de l'enfance, et ce même après l'embauche.How to apply:

*Deadline for submission of applications: April 08th 2020

*Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Driver - Puntland


For Somali Nationals Only

Driver - Puntland.

Provision of liaison and effective driving services

Key Responsibilities:

  • Drive project personnel and authorised persons to various destination as instructed

  • Ensure compliance with traffic regulations and code

  • Collect and deliver documents to various destinations as instructed

  • Ensure safety of products/goods in the vehicles

  • Provide assistance to the administration staff as and when required

  • Maintain accurate and up to date vehicle/equipment records

  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

Other Competencies/Attributes:

  • Must adhere to set security standards

  • Perform other duties as required

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:

  • Educational level required: Secondary education (O-level)

  • Technical Training qualifications required: Valid driving license

  • Experience: 3 years of experience in a similar job

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field

  • Travel: 10% Domestic travel is required.

Kindly note: All academic certificates will be verified with the issuing academic institution.

World Vision adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

Chief of Party, Mozambique

*Position is contingent to funding and donor approval.


The Food For Education Project, otherwise known as Educating Children Together 3 (ECT3) is a USDA-funded project with the aim of improving the literacy of school-age children in grades 1-7 and increasing the use of health and dietary practices, through interventions aimed at improving the quality of literacy instruction, student attentiveness, and student and teacher attendance. The project is a follow-on from an existing Food For Education Project, seeking to build on the successes of the current project. The project operates in Muecate and Nacaroa districts, in Nampula Province, north-eastern Mozambique.

The literacy components of the project will be implemented in partnership with Ministry of Education of Mozambique. The health and nutrition components of the project include health and nutrition education for school students, deworming and vaccination, and provision of a daily nutritious school meal.

The purpose of the Chief of Party position is to provide leadership to the overall implementation of the ECT3 project, ensuring that targets are achieved and organisational and donor standards are maintained. This includes effective team leadership; overseeing the project cycle through planning and budgeting, implementation, monitoring and reporting; and representing the project to local government, WVUS and USDA. This also includes oversight of any local sub-recipients to ensure that their components are effectively integrated into the overall project.


Team Leadership and Development

Develop a highly performing project team that is able to deliver on the requirements of the project:

  • Lead the recruitment of project staff; ensure that all necessary paperwork is accurately completed.

  • Ensure that all staff have clear Job Descriptions, Annual Performance Agreements, and that performance evaluations are conducted every 6 months.

  • Hold regular staff meetings to review monthly work plans, verify that all staff have clear objectives, and ensure that issues impacting project implementation can be quickly raised and addressed.

  • Identify capacity gaps among project staff; develop and implement capacity building approaches to address these gaps to ensure effective team competency, particularly focusing on donor and organisational standards.

  • Facilitate a working environment of mutual trust, respect, and care among all staff. Encourage effective teamwork, with staff members supporting each other.

Programme Planning and DME

Lead the planning process for annual and monthly planning, to ensure that there are clear targets in line with project objectives, and that the necessary groundwork can be completed:

  • Facilitate the completion of baseline measurement of the project.

  • Prepare annual plans and budgets based on project progress, making revisions as needed to ensure project targets are achieved.

  • Lead the project team in developing monthly activity plans, allocating clear responsibilities and objectives.

  • Ensure that key issues such as gender and accountability are effectively built into project planning.

  • Facilitate the completion of the mid-term and end of project evaluations.

Programme Implementation and Management

Oversee the implementation of the project by the project team, including the sub-recipients to ensure that project objectives are achieved in a timely manner:

  • Provide direction to staff to ensure that all are clear on requirements to achieve project targets.

  • Regularly visit project locations to ensure that planned activities are being completed on time and to the necessary quality, in compliance with donor and organisational standards.

  • Provide feedback and coaching to staff to highlight areas for improvement and to constantly bring a focus on improved quality.

  • Monitor progress against project targets on a monthly basis; identify risks to effective project implementation and develop effective risk management and risk mitigation plans.

  • Monitor local context, including issues of security and disasters; modify and update implementation plans to accommodate these issues.

  • Identify and pursue opportunities for synergy and integration with other World Vision Mozambique programmes and/or with other service providers to maximise impact for beneficiary households and communities.

Financial and Asset Management

Ensure that donor and WV resources are effectively used for project purposes:

  • Ensure that annual budgets are prepared and submitted on time.

  • Monitor funding commitments and spending against budget, ensuring that good stewardship of financial resources is being practiced and that spending is on target with project plans.

  • Ensure programme expenses are reasonable, allocable, prudent and spent in accordance with donor rules and regulations to ensure clean A-133 audits.

  • Oversee property and equipment acquisition, disposition, and management in compliance with WV internal and donor requirements.

  • Review monthly financial reports and prepare monthly variance explanations to ensure variances from targets are understood.

  • Ensure that WV financial policies are followed at all times, and that management action is taken when staff do not follow policies.

  • Prepare management responses to audits and take follow up action to ensure audit issues are closed within the necessary deadlines.


Ensure monitoring and reporting system is in place and being used to report on project progress:

  • Ensure that monitoring and documentation forms and workflow processes are adapted for use in project and that these are understood by all project staff.

  • Prepare and submit Monthly Management Report to National Office.

  • Prepare Semi-Annual and Annual Programme Reports in compliance with donor requirements and WV standards.

  • Prepare and submit reports to local government as requested or as needed by government offices.

  • Ensure that there is a good flow of information between District, Province and National Office such that issues are identified and reported on before they become difficult to manage.

  • Monitor local context and report on how changes in context may affect programme activities. This includes changes in the security environment.

  • Provide coaching and feedback to staff to improve the quality of reports that are prepared.

External Relations

Represent the project to external stakeholders in order to build constructive working relationships:

  • Liaise with WVUS, DMT or SARO staff as needed to ensure they are aware of project progress, issues and that necessary support can be provided.

  • Represent the project to local government, USDA or other external stakeholders as needed; respond to queries and requests for information and present a professional image of the organisation.

  • Host visits from WVUS, USDA, SARO and local government as needed; ensure they have a good understanding of WV’s work in the project, the challenges and the successes.


  • Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

  • While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the duties involved in this position, World Vision reserves the right to add, remove or alter duties when necessary.

  • Attend and lead weekly devotions.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject e.g. Management, Development, Education, Health.

  • Thorough knowledge of the project cycle.

  • Knowledge of US government grant regulations preferred.

  • Minimum of 7 years in project management in an international context, including at least 3 years in food aid programmes.

  • Experience with USDA commodities grants is preferred.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English; Portuguese is an advantage.

  • Strong planning, budgeting and organisational skills.

  • Strong knowledge of financial management and accounting principles.

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills, with a detail orientation.

  • Ability to build and develop a project.

  • Ability to relate well with a diverse group of stakeholders including local government, staff, community members and donors.

  • Strong computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Word and Excel, or other similar software.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Based in the Provincial Office in Nampula Province, north-eastern Mozambique, with travel to the communities up to 50% of the time.

Network & Telecommunication Administrator

World Vision Mali recruit for the following position (1):

TITLE:Network & TelecommunicationAdministrator

Locality :Centre de Service de Bamako

Contract type:Local

Report to: IT Manager

Supervise: None

World Vision does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.

World Vision does not concern itself with information on bank accounts.

*Women are strongly encouraged to apply for.

The purpose of the position:

List statements describing the final results of this position and method of accomplishments, and how results/performance are reviewed and measured. Begin with the most important accountabilities.

Major responsabilities :

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected



  • Works with client teams to gather requirements.

  • Analyzes and documents requirements, with assistance.

Contribution to requirements for Network/Telecom solutions that meet the needs of the business.



  • Assists in the deployment of new, modified or enhanced system hardware and software components or services.

Successful deployment of system hardware and software components or services.



  • Installs, configures and maintains system hardware and software components.

  • Implements predetermined software or hardware changes to rectify any issues.

  • Maintains local internet, remote access, VPNs, and connectivity protocols.

  • Establishes user profiles, user environments, directories, and security for networks being installed.

Network/Telecom system hardware and software components meet the needs of the business.

Network/Telecom system hardware and software maintained to provide the highest level of availability and performance to users.



  • Installs, configures and maintains system hardware and software components.

  • May analyze and resolve issues related to facilities bandwidth requirements, capacity planning, and analyzes system interdependencies.

  • Monitors installed equipment.

Telecom system hardware and software components meet the needs of the business.

Telecom system hardware and software maintained to provide the highest level of availability and performance to users.



  • Participates in the set-up and conducts point-to-point audio or video conferencing for meetings, sharing of documents, computer displayed information and whiteboard.

Audio & Video conferencing services meet the needs of the user.


FCAPS MANAGEMENT (Fault, Configuration, Accounting Performance, and Security):

  • Monitors network/telecommunications activity and logs problems.

  • Monitors facilities bandwidth requirements and schedules requests for bandwidth.

  • Adjusts bandwidth on a daily or weekly basis.

  • Assesses network performance to ensure that it meets the present and future needs of the business.

Network/Telecom systems performance meets the needs of the business.



  • Provides support for connectivity or related network/ communication issues for the user community.

  • Provides responsive support for problems found during normal working hours as well as outside normal working hours.

Issues resolved in a timely manner.



  • Provides Level 2 support.

  • Troubleshoots, diagnoses, and resolves diagnoses common problems.

  • Documents problems and resolutions for future reference.

Issues diagnosed and resolved with minimal disruption in service to users.



  • Adheres to policies, processes and standards.

Compliance to established policies, processes and standards.



  • Assists in executing site specific disaster recovery plans.

Can test and execute specific disaster recovery plan, when required.


  • Implements security procedures.

Compliance to security procedures to ensure Network/Telecom systems are secure.



  • May work with vendors to resolve network / Telecommunications problems.

  • May assist in reviewing invoices.

Problems resolved quickly and vendor invoices are accurate for services provided.



  • Gathers and records data on specified vendors' products against defined requirements.

Data available for analysis of vendor’s products.


List education, knowledge & skills, licenses preferred, and all experiences required to perform this position in a fully competent manner.

Minimum Education, Training and Experience Requirements to Qualify for the Position:

List academic, technical skillsor other knowledgerequired as a minimum qualification for this position.

  1. Associate’s degree or technical institute degree/certificate in Computer Science, Information Systems, or other related field. Or equivalent work experience.

List additional work experiencerequired as a minimum qualification for this position.

  1. Typically requires 1-3 years of relevant IT work experience.

2. Willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally, as necessary.

Attitudes and behaviors:

World Vision se réserve le droit de disqualifier un candidat qui a des antécédents relatifs à la violence faite aux enfants ou aux comportements opposés à la protection de l'enfance, et ce même après l'embauche.

How to apply:

*Deadline for submission of applications: April 05th, 2020

*Only short listed candidates will be contacted.


Position: Area Programme Driver - 1

Position Reports to: Area Programme Manager

Location: Katete/Kawaza ( Katete)

Purpose of the Position

To provide secure and timely driving services to Area Programme staff and/or visitors and ensure proper maintenance and management of Area Programme fleet (which includes motorbikes).

Major Responsibilities

  • Facilitate Area Programme staff as well as visiting World Vision staff/visitors.

  • Ensure that all trips that are authorized are in the travel plan.

  • Ensure that the vehicle logbook/platform is utilized and mileage recorded from start and finish mileage.

  • Ensure vehicles and motor bikes fuel allocated is used accordingly as indicated in the movement log-book before undertaking any trip.

  • Ensure that no unauthorized passengers are carried in World Vision Zambia motor vehicles.

  • Prepare vehicle performance report and submit to Transport office timely.

  • Ensure high standards of cleanliness and tidiness both inside and outside motor vehicles under any drivers’ custody all the time.

  • Report all accidents and defects on motor vehicles so that they can be attended to on time by the Transport Officer.

  • Monitor and ensure that the status of motor vehicles e.g. engine oil, water, break fluid and tyre condition etc are in good state before using the motor vehicle.

  • Ensure all vehicles and motorbikes are serviced on time

  • Adhere to the transport and asset (vehicle/motorbike) disposal policy.

  • Ensure all authorised drivers undertake drive for zero training and testing of new staff that are eligible to be authorised to drive.

  • Must participate/lead in devotions and attend WV chapel services to maintain WV Christian ethos and culture.


  • The role holder will have direct contact with children/or young people and adult beneficiaries either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively, because they will be working in the Area Programme. Therefore, the job holder is expected to maintain high levels of Safeguarding to the beneficiaries.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Minimum 2 years working in an NGO

  • Hold a Chartered institute of Transport and Logistics Certificate, and/or its equivalent

  • Grade 12 Certificate a must

  • Defensive Driving Certificate

  • Automotive/mechanics Technician Certificate added advantage

  • Experience using vehicle tracking systems

  • Experience in fleet management added advantage

  • Clean valid driving license

  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment with NGO experience

  • Must be computer literate

  • Ability to prioritize work and need for urgency

Other competencies and abilities

  • Must be a team player

  • Able to communicate fluently in English both written and spoken

  • Good Communication and interpersonal skills essential

  • Understanding of Child Safeguarding issues


“World Vision Zambia is committed to the protection of children and adult beneficiaries from all forms of abuse and sexual exploitation. All employment is conditional upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks".

Women are strongly encouraged to apply, ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Education Advisor

World Vision recrute Un (01) Education Advisor basé(e) à Kinshasa, en République Démocratique du Congo


Ce poste est à la base de l’élaboration de la stratégie globale d’éducation en RDC qui vise à toucher les enfants les plus vulnérables en RDC ;

Dirige la mise en œuvre de la stratégie d’éducation en RDC, fournissant un appui technique à tous les programmes relatif à l’éducation, assurant la qualité des programmes, modèles des projets d’éducation et renforçant les capacités du personnel, des projets et des partenaires.


Compétences techniques

  1. Participer à l’élaboration de la stratégie globale du bureau national et veuillez à ce que les priorités de l’éducation soient reflétées dans la stratégie nationale.

  2. Diriger le développement ou la mise à jour des approches techniques et du programme technique en éducation en veillant à l’alignement sur la stratégie du Bureau National, les priorités régionales et mondiales en matière d’éducation et de considération intersectorielles ;

  • L’approche technique nationale de l'éducation et les lignes directrices de programmation doivent être communiquées au personnel sur le terrain.

  1. Diriger l'élaboration de directives techniques sur l'éducation garantissant des approches pédagogiques pertinentes pour la variété de contextes opérationnels où Vision Mondiale opère (fragile et non fragile).

  • Le personnel sur le terrain a le soutien pour mettre en œuvre efficacement les programmes d'éducation

  1. Évaluer les capacités/compétences du personnel de Cluster

  2. Effectuer des visites sur le terrain pour s'assurer que le personnel de l'éducation est adéquatement informé, formé et doté des outils de travail nécessaires. Peut diviser cette responsabilité avec le personnel technique de niveau Cluster.

  3. Assurer le renforcement des capacités des spécialistes des projets techniques d'éducation en grappes et du personnel sur le terrain, y compris la fourniture de ressources techniques et de liens avec les partenaires et les intervenants

  4. Assurer un suivi de qualité de tous les événements de renforcement des capacités éducatives

  5. Identifier les possibilités d'apprentissage et de recherche et diriger la recherche sur l'éducation dans le domaine

  • La mise en œuvre d'apprentissages fondés sur des données probantes se traduit par une amélioration de l'incidence des programmes sur les activités éducatives.

  1. Soutenir les spécialistes du projet technique d'éducation en grappes afin d'identifier les pratiques exemplaires et prometteuses et les réussites en matière de documentation et de diffusion

  2. Élaborer des publications et/ou des résumés de conférences basés sur les apprentissages et les pratiques exemplaires

Mobilisation des ressources

  1. Prépositionner le Bureau National pour les opportunités de subventions dans le secteur de l'éducation, en collaboration avec l'équipe GAM

  2. Cartographier des donateurs partenaires potentiels ainsi que la compréhension des priorités stratégiques clés du gouvernement dans le secteur de l'éducation

  3. Contribuer à l'élaboration de propositions de projet (subventions et réponses) qui ont un volet Éducation

  4. Fournir des conseils techniques à l'équipe GAM (Grant Acquisition and Management) sur les aspects de l'éducation lors de l'élaboration des propositions

  5. Préparer des états détaillés de capacité d'éducation au niveau du Bureau National

Assurance Qualité

  1. Aider le conseiller en éducation du Bureau National dans la surveillance, la supervision et l'évaluation des programmes d'éducation

  2. Assurer l'alignement du programme avec le programme technique et répond aux normes minimales

  3. Soutenir techniquement l'équipe DME dans la conception, la refonte et l'élaboration de logframes pour les programmes éducatifs

  4. Représenter World Vision lors d'ateliers externes, s'engager avec le ministère de l'Environnement, les donateurs et d'autres partenaires de l'éducation.

  5. Établir des partenariats avec les agences nationales et infranationales de l'éducation, les institutions et d'autres partenaires


  • Diplôme L2 en Education, Sociologie.

  • Avoir une bonne maîtrise des approches techniques de l'éducation, par exemple débloquer l'alphabétisation, stimuler l'alphabétisation, etc.

  • Excellentes compétences en informatique, notamment sous Word, MS Excel, Power Point, Lotus note.

  • Au moins cinq ans d'expérience au travail dans des ONG internationales,

  • Au moins trois ans d'expérience dans la gestion de programmes d'éducation,

  • Expérience éprouvée dans la gestion de projets communautaires,

  • Expérience dans la conception de projets et la gestion de projets,

  • Expérience dans la planification de la surveillance et de l'évaluation,

  • Une bonne connaissance du système d'éducation de la RDC,

  • Compétences interpersonnel, organisationnel, gestion du temps, leadership démontré et bonne capacité de gestion.


  • Excellentes connaissances du Français en communication (orale et écrite),

  • Une connaissance pratique de l'anglais.

Attitudes et comportement

World Vision est une ONG dont le travail est centres sur les enfants. Ainsi World Vision se réserve le droit d’éliminer tout candidat qui aurait un antécédent relatif a l’abus sur un enfant ou des comportements contraires a la protection des enfants ; ce, même après la proclamation des résultats du test.

Les candidats doivent en outre être disposés pour :

  • Un engagement chrétien par le style de vie, les paroles, les pensées et le témoignage ;

  • Un engagement démontré à la vision, à la mission et aux valeurs fondamentales ;

  • Une habileté a travaillé dans un environnement multiculturel et engagé à créer de bonnes relations avec différents groupes