EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROSTER

*We have consolidated World Vision's Emergency Response Roster. If you have previously applied your information has been retained and is in our database; do not reapply.

*Answer all questions on the application to be considered for the Emergency Response Roster; country location to be determined based on response.

*If you do not meet minimum eligibility requirements, we invite you to support and help through prayer and donations.

World Vision’s Emergency Response Roster is comprised of highly experienced and vetted humanitarian aid professionals available for short term, medium term, and long term emergency response assignments with World Vision. This roster allows World Vision to more rapidly identify and hire for key positions in its humanitarian response offices.

If selected, eligible applicants will first be fully vetted and then approved for the Emergency Response Roster. As vacancies arise in our humanitarian offices, roster members will be considered for employment opportunities.

If you have the required experience and would like to work with us helping protect lives, restore dignity, and renew hope, we’d love to hear from you.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements for all Emergency Response Roster Positions:

  • 5+ years of cross cultural humanitarian emergency experience outside of your home country.

  • Minimum 2 years experience serving successfully in fragile or unstable environments.

  • Experience directly managing staff during humanitarian emergency responses.

  • Ability to work long hours in stressful environments with a variety of skilled professionals.

  • Demonstrated management of budgets in emergency response settings.

  • Willing to serve unaccompanied; most likely in a team house setting.

  • English proficiency; written and verbal.

  • Grant Acquisition Management experience in your personalized expertise.

  • Strong track record in developing good working relationships with governmental institutions and multilateral agencies.

Below are the World Vision Emergency Response Roster positions that are currently open and accepting applications. If a position matching your background and interests is not listed, we encourage you to check back often as a more appropriate roster position may be listed and accepting applications at that time.

When submitting your application to World Vision’s Emergency Response Roster, please indicate in your cover letter / application which roster position you would like to be considered for.

Director positions currently accepting applications (must have 5-7+ years’ in response leadership role):

  • Response Director

  • Operations Director

  • Programmes Strategy & Development Director

Manager/Specialist positions currently accepting applications (must have 5+ years’ related experience):

  • Communication and External Engagement Manager

  • Human Resources Manager

  • Support Services Manager

  • Finance Manager

  • Information Management Manager

  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Humanitarian Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Manager

  • Grant Acquisition and Management Manager

  • Cash Programming Manager/Specialist

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Manager/Specialist

  • Health Manager/Specialist

  • Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager/Specialist

  • Nutrition Manager/Specialist

  • Education in Emergencies Manager/Specialist

  • Livelihoods Manager/Specialist

  • Protection Manager/Specialist

  • Child Protection ManManager/Specialist

Sr. Director, Program Quality and Resource

*Preferred position location: Washington D.C. or Geneva, Switzerland. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.

*No Relocation Assistance available"

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Grant Acquisition & Portfolio Management:

  • Relationship management of multi-lateral donors, strategic planning and portfolio management of approximately $184 million USD Global Fund grants portfolio. Manages risk, increases donor satisfaction and builds capacity and interest with Field Offices to successfully grow and win identified WV health grant opportunities.

Sector Management:

  • Supervises technical specialists for WVI Health and Nutrition programme quality, innovation, multilateral grant resource acquisition and portfolio management. Helps ensure that sector strategy is aligned to WVI strategy and informed by internal and external best practice, and that quality of programming is consistent and high. Advises the Global Sector Leader broadly on sector business functions.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Strategy:

  • Directs a multi-year resource development strategy and business process for multilateral health grants acquisition and management that aligns with WV Partnership Strategy and policy, and with donor, coordinating across multiple entities of the World Vision Partnership.

Sector Management:

  • In collaboration with the Global Sector Lead for Health and Nutrition, ensure that the (1) latest Health & Nutrition Sector Approach and 2) Global Fund portfolio business plans are fully reflective of internal and external strategic priority.

  • Advise the H&N GSL (Partnership Leader) broadly on strategic and operational direction of the health and nutrition team.

  • Provide oversight, supervision and coaching for the Global Fund Coordinator and GC Senior Advisor for Quality and Innovation.

Quality and Innovation:

  • Provides leadership for the sector in improved organizational culture of programmatic quality improvement and innovation in the Health and Nutrition sector.

  • Ensures WV’s technical resources and standards in Health, Nutrition align with and/or exceed industry norms.

  • Ensures that iterative programme design and implementation learning is conducted across prioritized programmes.

  • Ensures the regular and systematic identification, documentation and dissemination of evidence-based programme innovations from the scientific literature, WV’s sector programme portfolio, and other INGO’s and partners’ reports, especially those that are scalable in the WV context.

  • Identifies and provides resources to assist implementation of new, revised/improved mechanisms for monitoring, assuring and improving program quality.

Global Fund Grant Acquisition and Portfolio Management:

  • Provides leadership in the donor engagement and portfolio management, with the Global Fund with portfolio value of $184 million USD.

  • Lead regular review, update and implementation of the Global Fund grant portfolio operational plan, business process and WVI Partnership policies for the Global Fund.

  • Provide regular technical assistance (acquisition, Legal, compliance, risk management) to WVI Partnership entities (SOs and NOs) on Global Fund strategy, policies, and grant acquisition and management processes.

  • Ensure broad capacity building, knowledge sharing and learning across the Global Fund and other multilateral grants portfolio for continual quality improvement.

  • Provide direction, oversight and WVI Partnership coordination for performance monitoring, quality assurance, knowledge management, and reporting of the Global Fund grant portfolio.

  • With Evidence and Learning, ensure increased analysis and reporting (monitoring, evaluations, case studies) of evidence of WV contribution to global health SDG through the grants portfolio.

WVI Health Grant Portfolio External Representation:

  • Establish and maintain productive relationships with major donor representatives and institutions.

  • Represents WVI’s interests to multilateral donors such as the Global Fund, WHO, and World Bank.

Stewardship and Administration:

  • Maintain a global view of revenue streams to support Health and Nutrition programming and opportunity. Measure extent to which resourcing opportunities meet ministry needs and impact child wellbeing.

  • Support the Global Sector Lead and Senior Director of Health and Nutrition on budget planning and monitoring for Health and Resource Development cost centers.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Master of Public Health, Public Administration or similar.

  • 15 years of experience in operational programming for health, nutrition, and related sectors.

  • Strong knowledge and experience (10 years) in public health including maternal, child and adolescent health and infectious disease (HIV, TB, malaria).

  • Significant experience supervising people and leading high performing teams.

  • Strong experience in external engagement and grant acquisition with major institutions and donors in health and nutrition, (experience with the Global Fund, preferred).

  • Significant experience in grant acquisition and management including proposal preparation, donor and partner negotiations, programme design, budgeting, implementation planning, monitoring, audit, start-up and close-out.

  • Familiar with major institutional donors, their regulations and guidelines.

  • Demonstrated leadership experience and ability to develop and implement strategy, supervise and develop staff and direct and influence diverse stakeholders in goal achievement.

  • Excellent networking skills and experience with established networks in the public health, relief and development communities.

  • Some experience with evaluation and research in public health (e.g., MNCAH, TB, HIV, malaria).

  • Strong verbal and representational skills with particular facility in interacting with UN offices, high-level governmental institutional representatives and professionals in global health.

  • Effective in written and verbal communication in English.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Fluency in French or Spanish preferred.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 25% of the time.

Digital Transformation Leader

*Position location open. To be based within a jurisdiction (country or US State) where WVI is registered to operate.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision’s global strategy ‘Our Promise’ sets a bold agenda for change to deepen our commitment to the world’s most vulnerable children. Over the past 3 years we have made strong progress towards this goal however we now recognise the need to accelerate efforts to build digital capability across the organisation.

In order to bring about the global changes necessary, the WVI President and CEO recently established a new Digital Innovation Team (DIGIT) to define a vision for World Vision’s future digital state, find and accelerate projects that take us towards that future state; and create new capabilities addressing opportunities which fall outside the scope of other World Vision entities and teams. To support DIGIT in its mission, a new Initiative Leader for Digital Transformation Leader role has been created to partner with the best digital minds from across the organization, align the organisation to a single vision of a digital future and oversee a portfolio of projects that will help us achieve break through solutions in the following areas:

  • Digital for Field Impact – Leveraging disruptive opportunities to solve problems in new ways, achieving greater reach or deeper impact and using human-centered design approaches to enrich beneficiary/partner interactions with World Vision empowering them to be active participants in their development journey.

  • Digital for In Market Delivery – Applying digital-first disciplines to ensure supporter-centric data/services are analyzed and provided in ways that are relevant to specific market segments, resonate with supporter needs and are relevant in a digital marketplace.

  • Digital for Demonstrating Impact – Building end-to-end capacity to adopt digital-first approaches to organizational problem solving, standardizing data architecture, simplifying data collection at all levels, harnessing AI and automation, and analysing outputs to identify and prioritize additional efforts only where they generate value in the field or market.

DIGIT’s program of work is highly visible within all ranks of World Vision as it has potential to radically transform the way it operates at a global scale. The Digital Transformation Leader represents the operational execution of DIGIT and its initiatives, influencing leaders across the Partnership to align to a single vision of our digital future, modelling new ways to execute with excellence, at pace, and drive outcomes that enable DIGIT to fulfil its vision.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Define and provide leadership to the Partnership’s vision of a digital future:

  • Clearly articulate a vision for World Vision’s digital future that harnesses current and near term digital innovations to transform field impact, donor experience and operational effectiveness.

  • Align the organization to the vision for the Digital Future, acting as a champion, credible expert and influencing senior leaders to gain buy in and support to enact difficult changes required in order to harness digital solutions in support of the Partnership’s global strategy Our Promise.

  • Build effective, trusting relationships with critical partners within and without the Partnership to enable digital transformation.

  • Provide strategic advice and guidance to the Partnership of digital possibilities, choices, trade-offs and risks.

  • Lead the Partnership strategy for data working closely with WV IT and other business owners to establish roles and responsibilities for best practice data management.

  • Provide oversight to a broad and emergent body of work required to move the Partnership closer to its digital future.

  • Work in Partnership with Global Marketing & Communications, the Strategy Realisation & Innovation team, Support Office partners, relevant Global teams and Field Offices to understand current use and adoption of digital approaches and identify latent capacity that is globally distributed across the Partnership.

  • Establish effective external relationships required to help World Vision achieve its digital future.

  • Establish and oversee numerous high performing, transient teams leveraging existing latent skills, dedicated staffing where possible and external partners as required.

Assure high quality outcomes from the newly formed Digital Innovation Team (DIGIT):

  • Ensure the DIGIT has a clearly defined working agenda and governance processes in place to delivery high quality decisions at pace that maximise the resources available.

  • Collaborate with internal partners to determine how DIGIT’s global reach and resources can be best used to accelerate Our Promise.

  • Develop a shared strategy, architecture, and roadmap to help manage key milestones in the evolution of DIGIT’s portfolio.

  • Track, analyze, report and assure delivery of all DIGIT portfolio outcomes.

  • Manage priorities of all DIGIT projects and initiatives, overseeing various operational models from dedicated scrum teams / squads through to more distributed delivery teams embedded within existing structures.

  • Act as the main point of contact for all business partners, stakeholders as well as the primary driver of communication regarding DIGIT activities.

  • Oversee the delivery of business value through various program increments.

  • Report back to DIGIT and other World Vision stakeholders on the overall status and heath of portfolio projects.

Responsible for the delivery of DIGIT projects:

  • Facilitate key decision making, prioritization and initiation of projects.

  • Support internal partners with business case development and project proposals.

  • Define and handle project delivery criteria and report on the realization of project success.

  • Identify and help remove blockers escalating quickly to maintain momentum.

  • Identify and communicate potential risks.

  • Drive cross capability coordination & planning with other project managers and leads.

  • Ensure the creation of project related artifacts and other relevant documentation such as delivery plans, technical documentation and reporting.

  • Partner with fellow DIGIT members, Program Managers, Project Managers, and Vendor(s) to progress the organizational digital agenda.

  • Demonstrate progress towards reducing the $100m cost of data collection in the field.

Develop and introduce a data strategy that supports the Partnership’s digital future:

  • Work with WVIT and other critical partners to establish best in class systems and processes for effective data management.

  • Build organizational capability required to harness data across all parts of the organization.

  • Working with WVIT, establish effective data architecture, infrastructure and governance to ensure Partnership data is fit for purpose and enables us to get the most value from our end-to-end data – from field impact, operational, organizational effectiveness and market analytics.

  • Work with the Global Impact team to accelerate the adoption and use of standard field indicators as a critical dependency for the Digital Future as defined by the DIGIT.

  • Identify opportunities to leverage existing datasets to develop minimum viable products in support of the broad DIGIT agenda and specific desire to transform field data collection and create new market focused fundraising / user experience products.

Drive the adoption of innovative and disruptive technologies to support World Vision’s transformation into a digital first organisation and culture:

  • Keep up to date with the latest digital and technology trends and understands how they can be used to further World Vision’s mission and drive organizational growth.

  • Build support for digital adoption by articulating and demonstrating the experiences, efficiencies, and potential benefits that digital solutions enable.

  • Working with the Strategy Realisation and Innovation team, harness innovation best practice from across the Partnership in support of the DIGIT agenda and desire to accelerate Our Promise by scaling high potential digital solutions.

  • Actively promote and drive the use of disruptive digital technologies to uplift and accelerate World Vision’s digital capability.

  • Advance existing technologies by innovating on their use cases, extending existing capabilities, and adapting new best practices to create increasing value.

  • Understand the value of technology and its capability to transform legacy processes and operating models.

Promote Agile ways of working to accelerate speed to market and drive operational efficiencies:

  • Actively demonstrate agile working approaches, modelling potential benefits of adopting these approaches and creating organizational demand through high quality results.

  • Live out new ways of working to rapidly deliver value without being held back by legacy processes or operating models.

  • Provide guidance and direction on the use of Agile practices to deliver and support in an effective way for all DIGIT initiatives.

  • Iterate on processes, leading continuous improvement and adoption across the organization.

  • Actively work towards a culture that fosters digital innovation by championing, promoting, and adopting grassroots innovation within day-to-day work, team activities, and the organization as a whole.

  • Partner with People & Culture to embed digital mindsets and behaviours within routine operations and existing capability tools / frameworks.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Education/Experience:

  • Proven experience in a Digital Portfolio, Digital Programme or Digital Transformation role with hands on technical delivery skills.

  • Strategic leader with successful track record of leading digital transformation within a complex international context.

  • 10+ years of professional experience working within digital agency/consultancy, ecommerce or IT environment.

  • 5+ years hands-on Agile experience in advanced, large-scale agile settings applying Agile principles, practices and theory.

  • Experience preparing and developing executive level communications.

  • Knowledge of agile software development processes i.e., rapid prototyping, A/B testing, MVP development, test automation, API development, DevOps and CD/CI.

  • Shown ability to connect diverse individuals with different goals, facilitate productive discussion and action.

  • Past success in creating high performance teams, inspiring and empowering them to achieve results.

  • Strong working knowledge of program software (MS project, Jira).

  • Bachelors’ degree in Business, Computer Science or a related field.

  • Change management experience.

  • Ability to achieve results despite high levels of ambiguity.

  • Highly developed influencing skills and demonstrated ability to align stakeholders to an emergent plan.

Competencies/Capabilities:

  • Strong collaboration, listening, written and verbal communication skills, including an ability to clearly influence with key stakeholders.

  • Ability to work with multiple projects/product teams with challenging priorities.

  • Solid understanding of strategic technology-based solutions, particularly those that support wide scale digital transformation and other customer centric applications.

  • Can work autonomously across challenging geographical circumstances.

  • Ability to discern what of the vast universe of digital capability will deliver the best organisational value and outcomes.

  • Ability to influence organisational shifts and change at the highest level, modelling desired behaviour and achieving high quality results.

Work Environment:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel internationally up to 50% of the time.

Regional Operations Director, VisionFund LAC

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate.

Context of Position:

World Vision (WV) operates a number of different ministries to empower the poor in nearly 100 countries worldwide, and VisionFund International (VFI) is a subsidiary of WV responsible for running the network of microfinance institutions (MFIs). Microfinance is one of the ministries supporting economic development. It gives the ability to families who would otherwise not have access to financial services, loans to start businesses which in turn generate income to provide for their children’s education and family well being. Micro finance lending to the entrepreneurial poor is performed through over 30 Microfinance Institutions (MFI’s) globally and the VF network has outstanding loans of nearly $500m to over 1,000,000 clients impacting around 4 million children annually. At the heart of VFI’s work is ensuring that children are impacted positively and sustainably through microfinance.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

VisionFund is seeking a Regional Operations Director (“ROD”) to support and manage the execution of VisionFund’s strategy in the region. The Regional Head is responsible for ensuring the delivery of the ‘double bottom line’ of financial and social performance / impact in the region and delegates certain aspects to the Regional Operations Director who is more directly involved in supporting individual MFIs with achieving their financial and social impact targets.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Building Capacity in the MFI:

  • Supervise MFI CEOs under the Regional Operations Directors remit and manage performance expectations in support to local MFI and global VFI priorities, ensuring balanced achievement of MFI double bottom lines of social and financial performance.

  • Lead the delivery of business plans of individual MFIs. This includes monitoring, analysis, problem identification and recommendations that will ensure improved quality of delivery of financial services, improved control environment and increased alignment of strategy.

  • Lead the regional roll out of regional initiatives including how central services and regional banking software can be deployed to improve service to the MFI’s and their clients and to reduce costs and improve sustainability.

  • Provide timely, and responsive but prioritized consulting services for MFI issues and concerns, based upon an agreed terms of reference.

  • Provide clear and thorough analysis and subsequent recommendations for both the MFI management and VFI regional teams.

  • Work with the WV regional teams to ensure integration and alignment of VFI, MFI and WVNO strategies at the regional and national levels.

  • Ensure effective communication with the Regional Head and with relevent CEO’s when undertaking technical reviews and assessments.

  • Ensure that effective controls and the focus on the “double bottom line” are always assessed (even when not part of a particular terms of reference) and that issues are immediately raised.

Governance and Management:

  • As Regional Operations Director will require to take on a board role within an MFI.

  • The person is expected in their duties as a board member of an MFI to reflect the best interests of VFI and to make, where needed, decisions that support such a position.

  • Responsible for ensuring MFIs have well-operating boards and are in compliance with local laws, regulatory requirements and WV/VFI policies, procedures and directives.

Acting in a Management capacity within an MFI during staffing gaps:

  • If gaps are identified in the CEO, COO or CFO position that are likely to significantly impact the performance of the MFI and in particular put the MFI at risk then the Regional Operations Director will be required under the direction of the Regional Head to take on a management role in the MFI.

  • This can be up to 3 or 6 months while a suitable replacement is being recruited. During this period the ROD will take on the roles of the required position and will continue to report to the Regional Head, but may have an added reporting line into the MFI depending on the position.

Personal and Staff Development:

  • As a Christian VisionFund leader, facilitate the spiritual and professional development of MFI CEOs and direct reports.

  • Develop clear individual goals, manageable and measurable targets and ongoing feedback and support to achieve them.

  • Provide timely and regular staff performance coaching & feedback as well as an annual review of performance and individual development plans.

  • Attend weekly virtual operations meetings and other meetings as required by the regional director.

  • Participation in chapel and devotions

In some cases, the ROD may have responsibility for Security as Focal Point for the region.

ROD will carry out additional responsibilities and projects as assigned, including administrative and planning functions both within and outside the region.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business or Economics, or equivalent level of knowledge gained through work experience.

  • Understanding of balance sheet risk management including interest rate risk, liquidity risk and foreign exchange risk as well as bank funding processes and contracting.

  • Solid understanding of financial reporting and performance measurements and planning/forecasting.

  • 10+ of experience in leadership roles in Microfinance/Financial Inclusion. At least 5 of which as CEO or General Manager of an MFI.

  • Thorough knowledge and extensive experience or exposure working directly with governance entities /Board of Directors and compliance.

  • Proven record of process optimization and strengthening for operational effectiveness in MFIs.

  • Cross-cultural working experience in at least two countries in the region.

  • Fluency in written and spoken English and Spanish is essential.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • MBA or similar Masters degree.

  • Project Management.

  • Credit Risk Management.

  • Project Management experience.

  • Board member experience is preferred.

  • Marketing and Financial Services development experience.

  • Training experience desirable.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 60% of the time. Most travel will be within the specific region, with periods of up to six months in a leadership role in an MFI. Occasional travel to other regions / global conferences or meetings.

Project Officer - Transformed Church for Transformed Community

Position: Project Officer –Transformed Church for Transformed Community

Reporting to: Project Manager

Grade Level: 12

Work Location: Kakuma

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

Purpose of Position

This position provides technical support in planning, implementing and evaluating the Transformed Church for Transformed Community (TCTC) Kakuma project ensuring integration with other Kakuma projects and Faith & Development models and approaches.

Major Responsibilities

Project implementation 30%

  • Ensure timely and effective implementation of all project interventions as well as the successful achievement of proposed outcomes and intended impacts.

  • Establish operational priorities and monitor monthly project performance against targets

  • Ensure that project interventions are integrated with other projects within the Area Program.

  • Facilitate identification of partners (SNC FBOs, Schools, Churches, Pastors Fellowship) processes and systems for effective implementation of the project.

  • Support and document donor visits as per shared schedules

Partnerships, Networking & Advocacy, 30%

  • Facilitate sensitization of staff and partners in the TCTC Project in Kakuma and on Church Engagement policies and approaches

  • Engage and build positive relations with churches, Para-church and other Faith Based Organizations who are significant in the realization of the grant goals and objectives

  • Ensure that there is integration of the TCTC project with other grants and operations in Kakuma.

  • Maintain regular communication with all churches and other FBOs engaged in the project implementation.

  • Ensure that church and other FBOs are involved in the implementation of Spiritual nurture of Children, Celebrating Families Curriculum, Channel of Hope models are according to required standards

  • Ensure training of church leaders in theology and development is implemented as prescribed in the grant.

  • Follow an integrated approach in the implementation all the F&D modules in the grant.

  • Strengthen implementation of all the F&D models and approaches

  • Conduct necessary follow up to ensure successful roll out of all the F&D models and create opportunities for Continuous coaching and mentorship for their roll out

Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting, 20%

  • Conduct monitoring of TCTC activities in line with the Grant M & E plan

  • Prepare and share timely, high quality, accurate and informative project reports for internal and external utilization

  • Participate in Kakuma GFD office planning and review meetings.

  • Ensure timely and appropriate utilization of the budgeted project resources.

  • Ensure that project initiatives meet or exceed planned outcomes and are implemented in full compliance with WVK, the donor and other relevant partnership and international standards and guidelines;

Interfaith Engagement & Staff Christian Formation, 10%

  • Facilitate sensitization of staff and partners in Kakuma on Interfaith policies and approaches

  • Embrace Kakuma multi-religious context and encourage dialogue between Christian and Muslim leaders towards proper implementation of Faith and Development Models and approaches.

  • Maintain a database of all faith institutions engaged in the TCTC Kakuma project.

  • Support staff spiritual formation including leading of daily staff devotions and management devotion Rota.

Resource Mobilization, 5%

  • Develop concepts and proposals for growing the TCTC Kakuma grant Project

  • Participate in concept and proposal writing integrating Faith and Development initiatives.

  • Develop timely and accurate similar funding proposal in line with donor requirements and WVK standards in collaboration with sector specialists.

Any Other duty 5%

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

  • Bachelor's degree Community Development, Development studies, Sociology, Education, Religious studies or any other related field. Training in theology is an added advantage

  • At least 2 years work experience in a programming environment, especially integrating Christian Faith into programming.

  • Experience with international development organization desired.

  • Must have good interpersonal and communication skills

  • Must have proven analytical, problem solving skills and ability to work with minimum supervision.

  • Must be well respected in society for Christian values and professionalism

  • Must be actively involved in a church

  • Proven ability to cultivate long term partnerships with faith community

  • Should demonstrate ability to work in multicultural, multidenominational and multi-faith environments

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience in implementing any of the Christian Commitment models.

Planning, Management of Information Systems (PMIS) Coordinator

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

Job Title: Planning, Monitoring and Information Systems Coordinator

Reporting to: Associate Director Strategy and Programme Effectiveness

Grade Level: 16

Work Location: National Office

Purpose of Position

Coordinate Planning, Monitoring and Information processes for evidence based Programming, accountability and learning while maintaining a comprehensive M&E system for World Vision Kenya.

Ensure that WVK Programmes/ Projects initiatives and operations are in full alignment and compliance with WVI and other international DME standards and guidelines.

Major Responsibilities

Quality Assurance in the Programming Cycle (25 %)

  • Ensure adherence to Programme quality Standards in TP designs and adaptation,

  • Manage an M&E systems (Horizon that will generate timely information and feedback to all stakeholders.

  • Lead Review of all Statutory reports (CWBR, National Office Annual Report, TPs and APs Semiannual, Annual and ensure that they are timely submitted and adhere to all applicable guidelines (LEAP)

  • Lead National Level Data Quality Assessment visits to Area Programmes with Regional M&E Coordinators and conduct field visits for data validation,

  • Review and ensure timely data entry into database and retrieval for analysis and compilation for quarterly and annual reporting and dissemination to stakeholders.

  • Lead NO level monitoring and support visits to Regionals and Area Programmes

  • Routinely verify progress results collated from local programming areas in the Horizon platform.

  • Review quality and ensure timely completion of CESP and Technical Programmes Designs.

  • Review quality and ensure timely submission of Annual Plans including Budgets, DIPs, ITTs and Area Programme Narratives

End Results Expected

  • TP designs and AP plans meets LEAP (DME Programming standards),

  • Functional M&E System

  • 100% quality check on all statutory reports

  • Evidence of data quality checks and field visit reports in place

  • 100% data update in Horizon and M and E Online

  • At least two monitoring visits conducted in a financial year.

  • 100% data quality check in horizon platform

  • High quality Programme designs (Meeting the programming) in place

  • Timely and quality Annual plans submitted

Provide Technical Support in Planning, Monitoring and Data base management (30%)

  • Lead the implementation, management of all partnership Programme related Management and Information systems e.g. Horizon

  • Provide technical assistance to staff, in the implementation of the Programme management information systems in all program and projects within WVK

  • In liaison with the Associate Director – Strategy & Programme Effectiveness, lead the set-up of data management system based on the NO’s established M&E system, appropriate to the Programme.

  • Support the Technical Programs specialists with data analysis for development of the NO Annual Child Well Being Target Report

  • Support the development of monitoring tools and incorporate and incorporate methodologies of visualizing change

  • Guide area programme teams to identify and resolve issues and challenges in monitoring systems, using a coaching approach

  • Rigorously analysis, aggregate and synthesize monitoring and evaluation data to draw inferences at regional and national level.

  • Disaggregate data using a range of relevant variables aligned to NO targets

  • Support in collating monitoring data from across local programming areas to show progress towards the NO strategy and KPIs.

  • Support mainstreaming of Accountability standards (PAF) in WVK programs and projects at all levels.

  • Support the participatory review of Technical programmes logical flow and consistency within the hierarchy of objectives and assumptions.

  • Support the standardisation and Contextualisation of indicators drawing on Area programmes community conversations as appropriate

  • Support the Identification and contextualization methodologies for appropriate targets’ setting and measuring indicators using participatory methods where possible

  • Work proactively with technical programme staff and stakeholder to develop detailed monitoring plan for the technical programme, ensuring clarity of roles and responsibilities

  • Support sustainability and Transition Planning with the inclusion of collaboratively developed sustainability and transition agreements with partners

End Results Expected

  • Full Utilization of Horizon, M&E Online by all Programmes including grants

  • 100% utilization of Horizon and M&E Online

  • Data Management protocols in place

  • Timely data analysis for all Programmes supported

  • Monitoring tools for all TPs and grants in Place

  • Coaching and mentorship in Monitoring systems provided

  • Evidence of Variety of data analysis in reports (Annual monitoring reports, Baselines and Evaluations

  • Evidence of data disaggregation in all reports

  • Well updated KPIs in NO strategy balanced scorecard

  • Evidence of PAF in all Programmes and standalone grant projects

  • Quality log frames in place

  • Detailed standard indicators sheet in place

  • Realistic targets and measurements methodologies for outcome and output level indicators in place

  • Comprehensive monitoring plans in place

  • Area programs and standalone grand projects with relevant sustainability and transition strategies.

Capacity Building, 20%

  • Lead capacity building for compliance and alignment to LEAP framework guidelines, principles and standards for WVK Programmes & Projects, especially with regards to the monitoring, reporting and accountability components.

  • Lead capacity building for Horizon to ensure that staffs have adequate capacity to use the system

  • Support local programming teams to set up and manage complaints and feedback mechanism.

  • Support local programming teams identify bottlenecks in monitoring and implement strategies for addressing them

End Results Expected

  • Staff with capacity to roll out and utilize Leap guidelines and standards

  • Staff with adequate capacity in utilization of Horizon and M&E Online

  • Functioning Complaints and feedback mechanisms in place

  • Strategies of strengthening monitoring in place.

Strategic Engagement, 10%

  • Represent the organization in relevant M&E technical working groups– (Directorate of M&E – Ministry of planning).

  • Support and successfully engage WVK with key internal and external stakeholders, including other WVK entities, UN agencies, national and international research entities, government, church and other civil society representatives on issues related to planning, monitoring, and Data base management

Expected end results

  • Evidence of membership/participation in M&E technical working groups

  • Evidence of WVK publications presented to internal and external stakeholders

Resource Acquisition, 10%

  • Provide support in development of sector related proposals to ensure that they meet or exceed the minimum M&E and donor standards.

Expected end results

  • Proposals meeting LEAP, donor and other international MEAL standards

Other (5%)

  • Perform any other duty as may be assigned by supervisor or designee from time to time.

  • Participate and contribute in committees and task forces

  • Participate and lead devotions

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor's degree in Project Planning & Management, Social sciences, Statistics, Development Studies and other relevant field from a recognized University.

  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of WV working systems, policies and standards will be an added advantage.

  • Minimum 7 years’ experience with regards to designing, planning, implementation, supervising and reporting on projects;

  • Extensive conceptual understanding of and demonstrated practical command for implementing program design, management and evaluation principals:

  • Must have knowledge and practical experience in Research, organizational learning and documentation and have good writing and editing skills.

  • Must have experience in building staff capacities and that of local institutions towards evidence based transformation change

  • Must be results orientated leader who is able to handle a heavy workload as well as network with key policy and development actors in Kenya.

  • Certification in DME Appropriate systems and software; SPSS, STATA, SAS, Epi Info, Ena for SMART, R, Windows Excel, among other Qualitative and quantitative analysis technics

  • Certifications in monitoring, Evaluations, data analysis, Project Management and or in documentation/knowledge management, Programme Management for Development Professional (PMD Pro),

Sponsorship Coordinator

TEXTE DE LA PUBLICATION – SPONSORSHIP COORDINATOR

BUT DE LA POSITION

Gérer les Opérations du Parrainage dans le respect des procédures définis par les Standards Révisés au niveau des Clusters et en conformité avec les exigences du Partenariat afin de contribuer au bien-être des enfants et leur communauté.

RESPONSABILITÉS PRINCIPALES

Major responsibilities

Garantir le bon fonctionnement des activités de parrainage à l’échelle du cluster II.

Assurer la production en temps réel, en quantité suffisante et en qualité des correspondances de Masse (Carte de Vœux et APRs) au niveau de tous les PZs sous sa Supervision

Coordonner toutes les opérations de production d’informations, photos, de contenus vidéos et de traitement de données pour transmissions aux parrains dans les délais impartis.

S’assurer que le quota annuel de RC requis par PZ est respecté et maintenu en tout temps.

Assurer le renforcement de capacité et le coaching de l’équipe sous sa supervision (SSUI Mobile, Horizon Desktop, et tous les Contenus Sponsorship 2.0, etc) y compris le SBT.

Générer mensuellement les rapports de gestions sur les Indicateurs des Operations du Parrainage en vue d’améliorer l’impact des activités du parrainage en faveur des RCs au niveau de chaque PZ.

Assurer la réussite de la visite des Sponsors auprès des communautés et des RCs en coordination avec l’équipe centrale du Parrainage.

Soumettre les rapports de décès des RCs dans le respect des standards et des procédures définis par le Partenariat – et ce de l’assistance à la famille jusqu’au retrait définitif de l’enfant du Système.

CONNAISSANCES, COMPÉTENCES ET APTITUDES

  1. Diplôme / Licence en sciences sociales, ou domaine connexe

  2. Excellentes capacités de communication et de leadership

  3. Compétences avérées en Gestion de projets

  4. Bonnes capacités de communication en Anglais, Français, Créole et Espagnol (un plus)

  5. Capacité à travailler en équipe et à gérer les conflits

  6. Respect des politiques internationales sur la protection des enfants

  7. Grande capacité de coordination, de supervision et d’encadrement du personnel

  8. Parrainage d’enfant

  9. Développement Communautaire

  10. Management de programme de développement.

EXPERIENCES REQUISES

  1. Au moins 3 ans d’expérience dans des projets de développement communautaire avec des ONG internationales dans le domaine de parrainage.

  2. Expérience de travail communautaire et avec des donateurs internationaux

  3. Expérience de travail avec les enfants.

  4. Grande capacité de travail sous pression.

  5. Grande capacité de travailler en équipe

  6. Expériences avérées dans la supervision des équipes multidisciplinaires

LOCALISATION DU POSTE

Le poste sera localisé à Hinche dans le Haut Plateau Central

CONTENU DE L’APPLICATION

  • CV à jour

  • Lettre de motivation

  • Copie de diplômes et de certificat

  • Tout autre document pertinent pouvant supporter la candidature.

Candidature féminine hautement encouragée.

Seuls les candidats sélectionnés pour entrevue recevront un feedback.

Cluster Technical Coordinator

TEXTE DE LA PUBLICATION – CLUSTER TECHNICAL COORDINATOR

BUT DE LA POSITION

Assurer le leadership et la gestion du personnel d’un groupe de Programmes de Zone au niveau du Haut Plateau Central en veillant à ce que les ressources attribuées aux programmes soient utilisées conformément aux politiques, aux procédures et aux normes établies par World Vision International pour atteindre une performance de programme de qualité.

RESPONSABILITÉS PRINCIPALES

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Activités principales

Gestion organisationnelle (5%)

Représenter valablement World Vision auprès des Gouvernements locaux et d’autres partenaires dans les zones d’intervention des Programmes du Cluster.

Aspects techniques (85%)

Travailler avec son équipe dans la conception des plans et budgets de programmes et projets du Cluster.

Coordonner l’implémentation des différents programmes et projets de manière efficace et efficiente pour avoir des impacts réels en regard aux documents de conception de programmes approuvés par les Bureaux de support.

Assurer que la mise en œuvre du programme de parrainage dans chaque PZ est en conformité avec les différents standards définis par le partenariat de WV.

Travailler en étroite collaboration avec l’équipe de DME pour s’assurer que les décisions soient prises à temps pour les programmes en phase de diagnostic, conception et évaluation.

Développer un plan d’affaires annuel découlant des documents de conception approuvés et des documents stratégiques du partenariat et du Bureau national.

Fournir des supports techniques à tout le personnel des programmes et projets du Cluster afin que chaque employé puisse jouer valablement ses rôles.

Aspects administratifs (10%)

S’assurer que les programmes et projets du Cluster reçoivent au besoin des supports administratifs et logistiques adéquats de manière efficace et efficiente.

Superviser et faire le suivi de tous aspects liés à la performance de l’équipe des programmes et projets du Cluster.

CONNAISSANCES, COMPÉTENCES ET APTITUDES

  1. Diplôme / Licence / Maitrise en sciences sociales, Ingénieur- Agronome ou domaine connexe

  2. Excellentes capacités de communication et de leadership

  3. Compétences parfaites en Français et Créole

  4. Bonnes capacités de communication en Anglais, Espagnol (un plus)

  5. Capacité à travailler en équipe et à gérer les conflits

  6. Respect des politiques internationales sur la protection des enfants

  7. Grande capacité de coordination, de supervision et d’encadrement du personnel

  8. Gestion de programmes et projets

  9. Gestion de ressources humaines

  10. Développement local

  11. Grande capacité d’élaboration de documents techniques

EXPERIENCES REQUISES

  1. Au moins 5 ans dans la conception, la mise en œuvre et l’évaluation de projets multiples de développement communautaire

  2. Grande capacité d’analyse de données et d’élaboration de documents technique

  3. Expérience dans l'autonomisation communautaire

  4. Bonne connaissance en SIG/ statistiques.

  5. Expérience avec les donateurs

  6. Expérience dans la gestion des risques et des catastrophes

  7. Expérience dans la conception, l’implémentation et évaluation de Programmes et Projets ;

  8. Expérience de travail avec des partenaires locaux (leaders communautaires), institutionnels et gouvernementaux ;

  9. Expérience de travail en milieu rural haïtien.

LOCALISATION DU POSTE

Le poste sera localisé à Hinche dans le Haut Plateau Central

CONTENU DE L’APPLICATION

  • CV à jour

  • Lettre de motivation

  • Copie de diplômes et de certificat

  • Tout autre document pertinent pouvant supporter la candidature.

Candidature féminine hautement encouragée.

Seuls les candidats sélectionnés pour entrevue recevront un feedback.

VisionFund International, Investigations Director

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The VisionFund International (VFI) Investigations Director (ID) will implement a Global investigation strategy, an annual fraud risk assessment, and lead and direct investigations across the VFI network.

The ID will plan, organize, and manage, as required, all investigations of alleged and actual fraud (i.e. misappropriation, embezzlement, corruption, severe misconduct, mismanagement, misuse of resources, or abuse of authority) through careful collaboration with key stakeholders such as GC and Regional Legal Counsels, People & Culture (HR), Regional Management and the VFI Senior Leadership Team (SLT), on a need to know and do basis.

This position works to mitigate risks to the successful implementation of VFI’s 2030 Strategy through careful analysis of ongoing trends in fraud and corruption, and proactive assessment of VFI policies and procedures that combat these issues.

The incumbent will provide technical support, oversight and direction of investigations of fraud against VFI while sharing results with key stakeholders, including Senior Management Teams, and will ensure the growth and development of staff under his or her direction.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Investigations and Communication:

  • Oversee and/or conduct fraud investigations in accordance with ACFE and internal policy standards.

  • Prepare and present timely, factual, and complete reports on fraud allegations and trends as well as pending and completed investigations and follow up actions to the Global Director Internal Audit.

  • Ensure that all reported fraud allegations are shared with GC Legal, entered into the Integrity Protection Hotline (IPH) or Integrated Incident Management (IIM) system, and investigated according to the VFI Operations Policy.

  • Provide in-depth analysis on key fraud statistics, recurring trends, emerging risks, and other elements that will allow proactive mitigation of future fraud risks to VFI.

  • Where appropriate and necessary, this position will identify, engage and manage internal and external experts and ensure that investigation services are rendered in accordance with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Standards, WVI’s Ant-corruption Policy and WV Investigation protocols.

  • Maintain regular liaison with the WV Director of Global Investigations to provide updates on VFI investigations status.

Policy Development and Strategic Vision:

  • Develops global investigation strategy and fraud risk assessment dashboard to assist in the timely deterrence, detection, prevention, investigation and reporting of fraud, aligned to the WV GIU approach.

  • Leads and continues to build the capacity of VFI Investigations by establishing a credible system for ensuring independent and objective investigations of fraud allegations across the VFI Network.

  • Enforces investigations protocols and procedures, including policies, timelines, roles and responsibilities for initiating and conducting investigations of alleged fraud while forwarding allegations of misconduct, mismanagement, waste of resources and abuse of authority to business owners with respect to the principles of confidentiality, objectivity, and impartiality.

  • Responsible for providing and supporting ongoing fraud detection and awareness training to VFI entities to combat fraud and capitalize on lessons learned.

Staff Development and Training:

  • Establish succession and career advancement plans, including Christian commitment and spiritual development for direct reports and ensure that the same is done for their direct reports; guarantee that all staff in the reporting line obtains at least the annual minimum amount of continuing professional education (CPE) credits to maintain their professional certification(s).

  • Ensure that an effective training and capacity development strategy exists for all VFI Investigation staff (including Internal Audit staff in MFIs, who will be conducting the majority of investigations) through effective capacity building and training programs that address soft and leadership skills and technical competencies.

  • Ensure work-life balance is achieved through appropriate allocation of workload for investigations staff and having a sound analysis of productivity.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, criminal justice, or related field or law degree.

  • Must be a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and ideally also have either a Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Chartered Accountant (CA) or Certified Internal Auditor certification.

  • Willing and able to travel up to 50% of the time.

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Efficient in computer skills and data mining tools and digital technology.

  • Critical thinking and analytical skills.

  • Ability to work under a high level of stress and pressure.

  • 10-15 years relevant experience.

  • At least 5 years working in an internal or external investigation function for a global organization.

  • Experience managing staff on multiple projects and providing direction to team members.

  • Cross cultural experience working in sensitive and challenging environments and ones that may not embrace the need for change, and leading a virtual and cross cultural team.

  • Demonstrated ability to teach and train in both formal and informal processes.

  • CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner).

  • Fluency in English is essential. French or Spanish would also be advantageous.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Solid interpersonal skills, including listening and relationship building.

  • Data mining and analytics, including financial analysis.

  • Proficient Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access skills.

  • Proven record of leading and advising around fraud investigations in a corporate environment.

  • Proven experience in developing and advising on policies focused on risk.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 50% of the time.

Chief of Party - Youth Engagement Activity

SUBJECT TO GRANT AWARD

Job Title: Chief of Party – Youth Engagement Activity

Grade Level: 17

Work Location: To be Advised

Purpose of Position

The Chief of Party (CoP) will lead a major Wholistic Youth Empowerment Project that will be implemented in selected counties in Kenya with a focus on the utilization of evidence to develop and support county-level models that empower youth and connect them directly to social and economic opportunities to improve their livelihoods and well-being.

The CoP shall have a keen understanding of the unique Youth landscape in Kenya and the political, social and economic dynamics that contribute to the status of youth employment in Kenya.

S/he will be involved in high level public decision making processes on youth technical, vocational education and training; youth participation in governance and development affairs; with a specific focus on influencing public decision that would result into more decent and equitable employment and wealth creation opportunities for the youth in Kenya.

Major Responsibilities

% Time

Will vary

Major Activities

End Results Expected

50%

Direct and oversee grant implementation, ensuring that all strategic objectives are met through proper design, staffing, implementation and quality assurance

Grant program results achieved on time, on target and on budget, as agreed to in grant agreement.

Technical leadership, staff management and administrative oversight of the program.

Manage grant/project budget within approved spending levels and ensure accurate and timely financial reports to donors and SO staff.

Manage, sub-recipients, and engagement with youth leaders and other stakeholders and ensure quality, timeliness, and efficiency of all products and activities generated under the grant.

Provides strategic leadership and supervision of sub-grantees and sub-contractors while ensuring the security, feasibility, and sustainability of the program and contribution to Child wellbeing outcomes.

Grant is delivered on time, on target and within allocated budget

Financial reporting is accurate and delivered on time

Ensure grant/project expenses are reasonable, allocated as per assigned budget, prudent and spent in accordance with donor rules and regulations to ensure low risk audits

Audit reports indicate low risk findings

All program expenses are compliant with WV and donor requirements

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

High standards of quality assurance and reporting

Supervise a team of senior level national staff with skills across a diverse set of technical areas

Ensure proper technical capacity of staff to manage complex donor-funded projects

Lead grant staff and short-term consultants

Coordinated technical response in program implementation

Strong performance and teamwork of grants staff

High quality of programme deliverables

Consistently look for more effective and efficient implementation methods and opportunities to increase impact

Participate and conduct on-going lessons learned with key staff and partners/sub-grantees

Positive impact on beneficiaries

Strong stewardship of resources

25%

Manage proactive and responsive relationship with grant donor in close collaboration with World Vision Support Office, Field Regional Office and National Office.

Donor satisfaction with grant implementation and views World Vision as a partner of choice.

10%

Principal institutional liaison to the donor, National and County Government Departments and agencies, Civil Society Organizations, the Private Sector partners and Youth led networks.

The priority needs of the youth in Kenya taken into consideration during government decision making processes

10%

Research new funding opportunities and develop and write funding proposals, if second phase of the grant or cost extension is planned

All planned activities are sufficiently funded

5%

Other

  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor or designee from time to time

  • Participate and contribute in committees and task forces

Organization’s coordination and management effectively supported through assigned and delegated roles

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

  • Master's degree in either Development Studies, Sociology, Political Science, Education or related field or equivalent qualifications in grant management and a technical field in developing countries

  • Minimum 10 years of extensive development experience managing large USAID grant-funded projects, especially those that focus on youth empowerment

  • Experience as a CoP/PD or senior expert advisor

  • Strong leadership qualities and depth and breadth of technical and management expertise; Proven ability to manage technical assistance teams

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program requirements, preferably USAID and/or other funding agencies their policies and regulations

  • Keen understanding of the unique political, social and economic dynamics of the country and ability to work carefully and collaboratively to maintain productive relationships with the various government entities and influence high level public decisions by the executive and legislative arms of government

  • Experience managing sub grants and contracts under grants for complex

  • Proven ability in the management of large integrated grant-funded projects in developing countries

  • Familiarity with USAID programs, their history and their development; mastery of USAID regulations governing such programs

  • At least 5 years’ experience managing a large USAID program preferred

  • Experience in managing inter-agency consortiums is preferred

  • Ability to integrate teams of professionals around common goals

  • Demonstrated accomplishment in working with host-country professionals, ministries and with donor colleagues in country

  • Strong presentation and report writing skills

Safeguarding Coordinator

SAFEGUARDING COORDINATOR – (COORDONNATEUR DE PROTECTION)

TEXTE DE PUBLICATION

OBJET DU POSTE

Le Coordonnateur de protection « Safeguarding coordinator » coordonnera et appuiera la mise en œuvre de la politique de protection des enfants et des adultes de la World Vision, ce qui comprend entre autres la mise à jour et l’opérationnalisation des exigences et des procédures de protection, le renforcement continu des capacités, la sensibilisation aux questions de protection, le respect des exigences internes liées aux rapports et la gestion des cas spécifiques d’incidents de protection, selon les besoins.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS

Coordonner et faire le suivi des politiques

  • En collaboration avec le Directeur de P&C, guider le processus de mise à jour et de contextualisation de la nouvelle politique de protection conformément aux directives du Centre global de la WVI et, le cas échéant, aux exigences des donateurs de subventions.

Renforcer la capacité et la sensibilisation

  • Travailler dans tous les bureaux et départements de la WVIH pour assurer la formation et une sensibilisation continues sur la politique de protection.

  • Élaborer et coordonner une stratégie de renforcement des capacités et de formation de tout le personnel pour protéger les enfants et adultes bénéficiaires.

  • Promouvoir la compréhension des normes de protection par tout le personnel et les affiliés, y compris l’obligation de les appliquer.

  • Appuyer les équipes opérationnelles et autres dans la mise en place de mécanismes de rétroaction communautaire dans tous les programmes communautaires

Coordonner la production de rapports sur la protection

  • Assurer la bonne gestion des incidents signalés dans l’ensemble de la WVI Haïti, conformément aux exigences de la politique de la WVI.

  • Satisfaire à toutes les autres exigences en matière de rapports internes, y compris le rapport de mise à jour sur les mesures de protection.

Gérer les incidents liés à la protection

  • Veiller à ce que tous les incidents liés à la protection soient adressés.

CONNAISSANCES, COMPÉTENCES, CAPACITÉS ET EXPERIENCES REQUISES

  • Formation : un diplôme en droit, en travail social ou dans un autre domaine pertinent

  • Compétences techniques : expérience ou expertise en matière de protection, de PSEA ou de protection de l’enfance dans le cadre d’un programme d’études ou de la mise en œuvre directe de programmes.

  • Expérience : 5 ans d’expérience minimum dans un rôle axé sur la protection, PSEA ou la protection de l’enfance.

  • Expérience de travail au sein d’une grande ONG ou d’une autre grande organisation

  • Une expérience de travail dans le domaine de la violence sexiste est un avantage.

COMPETENCES, CONNAISSANCES ET EXPERIENCE PREFEREES

  • Une grande capacité de gestion des relations, de réseautage et de coordination

  • Personnalité proactive, autonome et très motivée.

  • Maturité spirituelle, connaissance interconfessionnelle et vision biblique du monde - Capacité d’articuler et de vivre notre identité et notre mission chrétiennes de manière inclusive.

  • Preuve de compétences interpersonnelles bien développées, d’excellentes aptitudes à la communication, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit.

  • Compétences éprouvées en matière d’animation

LOCALISATION DU POSTE

Bureau Central, Port-au-Prince

CONTENU DE L’APPLICATION

  • CV à jour

  • Lettre de motivation

  • Copie de diplômes et de certificat

  • Tout autre document pertinent pouvant supporter la candidature.

Seuls les candidats sélectionnés pour entrevue recevront un feedback.

Regional People & Culture Coordinator

REGIONAL PEOPLE & CULTURE COORDINATOR

BUT DE LA POSITION

Gérer et coordonner de différentes fonctions des Ressources Humaines à être implémentées au niveau du Bureau régional, y compris le recrutement, le bien-être et le développement du personnel, la gestion de la performance, conformément aux politiques de Ressources Humaines de World Vision International Haïti (WVIH) et les principes de gestion des Ressources Humaines professionnellement acceptés.

RESPONSABILITÉS PRINCIPALES

Activités principales

Résultats espérés

Gérer le recrutement et la dotation en personnel de la région

  • Mettre en œuvre les plans de recrutement pour la région

  • S’assurer que tous les recrutements sont conformes aux normes établies en la matière

  • Former les gestionnaires d’embauche de la région sur les processus de recrutement et les techniques d’entrevue

  • Assurer le respect de la chronologie et combler les postes vacants suivant les normes définies.

  • Coordonner l'induction et l'orientation complète de tout nouveau staff

  • S’assurer que tout nouveau staff et son superviseur suivent le plan d’intégration

  • Gérer et faire le suivi de la probation de tout nouveau staff

Plan de dotation régional est mis en œuvre

Tous les recrutements sont faits dans le respect de la chronologie et des normes définies

Le personnel est recruté, bien accueilli et orienté.

Les gestionnaires d’embauche régionaux sont bien informés sur les processus de recrutement

Coordonner le système de bénéfices et des avantages sociaux pour le personnel au niveau de la région

  • Mise en place des divers avantages accordés au personnel conformément à la politique de Gestion des avantages sociaux et la politique favorable à la famille.

  • Identifier les lacunes en soins et bien-être du personnel sur le terrain et les actions pour y remédier.

  • Mise en œuvre des programmes de soins et des initiatives de bien-être du personnel dans la région

  • Adresser les griefs et problèmes disciplinaires au niveau de la région

Le système de bénéfices et avantages sociaux sont implémentés au niveau de la région

Des activités de “Staff Care” sont menées au niveau de la région

Les complaintes et mesures disciplinaires sont adressées

Mettre en œuvre les politiques, systèmes, processus et normes de ressources humaines au niveau de la région

  • Communiquer toutes les politiques, procédures et normes a tout le personnel de la région

  • S’assurer que le personnel régional comprend et connait bien le manuel de politiques des RH.

  • Planifier périodiquement des séances de formation continue pour les cadres fonctionnels sur le manuel de ressources humaines et le droit du travail

Les politiques, systèmes, processus et normes de ressources humaines sont mises en œuvre et divulgués au niveau de la région

Gérer efficacement les informations de Ressources Humaines du personnel de la région

  • Surveiller, mettre à jour et gérer les informations du personnel et fournir des renseignements de Ressources Humaines exacts utiles à des prises de décision

  • Garder un système de classement efficace et vérifier périodiquement la fiabilité de l'information du personnel

  • Suivre les déplacements du personnel en ce qui concerne les absences, les visites familiales, les congés de maladie et les congés annuels

Les informations relatives au personnel et toutes les documentations de RH sont gérées de façon confidentielle

S’assurer de la gestion de la performance du personnel de la région

  • Suivre l’évaluation de la performance du personnel au niveau de la région

  • Assurer le suivi de toute évaluation de période probatoire

  • Recueillir, examiner et envoyer au Bureau Central les documents d’évaluation de performance du personnel

Le processus d’évaluation de la performance du personnel au sein de la région est bien géré

Culture Organisationnelle et Gestion de la Réputation

  • Promouvoir une culture organisationnelle saine en fonction des directives du bureau

  • S’assurer de la formation des employés sur les documents clés relatifs au code de conduite et à la réputation de l’Organisation

  • S’assurer que les balises sont mises en place pour empêcher tout cas de risque réputationnel de l’organisation au niveau de la région.

Les employés affichent un comportement conservateur de la réputation de la World Vision

Rapportage:

  • Préparer et soumettre des rapports mensuellement, trimestriellement et annuellement ou sur demande

Les rapports de qualité et utiles sont soumis à temps

CONNAISSANCES, COMPÉTENCES, APTITUDES ET EXPERIENCES

  1. Diplôme universitaire en Administration ou domaine connexe (sciences comptables, Sciences économiques, droit,) et une combinaison de connaissances et de pratiques des fonctions RH

  2. Connaissance pratique et prouvée dans les logiciels de base: Word, Excel et Powerpoint

  3. Bonnes capacités d’expression orale et écrite

  4. Grandes capacités d’organisation du travail

  5. Pouvoir travailler avec un minimum ou sans supervision

  6. Capacités de transmission de connaissances à d’autres personnes

  7. Connaissance des lois et du droit du travail haïtien

  8. Compétences en archivisme

  9. Au moins 3 ans d’expérience dans les Operations de Ressources Humaines

  10. Expérience de travail en équipe

  11. Expérience dans la supervision d’équipe

CONDITIONS DE TRAVAIL

Contrat a durée indéterminée

Le poste est basé à Hinche mais le titulaire fera des déplacements fréquents dans les bureaux de Programme dans les différentes communes d’intervention du Plateau Central

CONTENU DU DOSSIER D’APPLICATION

Lettre de motivation

Curriculum Vitae à jour

Copie diplôme, certificat et tout autre document pertinent pouvant supporter la candidature

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