Chef de Projet Salam

WORLD VISION MAURITANIA

RECRUTE POUR SON BUREAU DE NOUAKCHOTT

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POSITION : CHEF DE PROJET SALAM

GRADE: 15

LOCALISATION: NOUAKCHOTT

DUREE: 1 ans RENOUVELABLE

But du Poste : Diriger le projet « Paix et Prospérité » suivant les accords avec le bureau de soutien et les exigences du bailleur et assurer une coordination efficace des activités pour atteindre les objectifs du projet. Assurer la bonne intégration des différentes composantes de la collaboration du projet avec les partenaires au niveau national.

Responsibilites Majeur:

  1. Assurer la gestion des opérations, l'efficacité dans la mise en œuvre des responsabilités entre World Vision et l’AIEJTM et apporter aux agents du projet le soutien (techniques, financiers, logistiques, matériel, etc.) nécessaire pour l’atteinte de leurs objectifs de travail

2- Assurer en collaboration avec l’AIEJTM et en concertation avec le chargé de Suivi-Evaluation, une conduite parfaite des études de base, du suivi de routine pour des prises de décision programmatiques, de la préparation et de l'exécution de l'évaluation finale du projet et ce de concert avec l’équipe DME au niveau national au besoin.

3- S'assurer que les rapports sont produits, documentés et partagés avec le donateur en temps opportun et selon le calendrier établi et maintenir un contact continu

4- Gérer les ressources financières du projet afin d’assurer qu’elles sont utilisées à bon escient et que les systèmes de contrôle mis en place sont bien appliqués conformément aux exigences de World Vision et du bailleur.

5 -Assurer une gestion efficace des ressources humaines, y compris la division du travail, la formation, le développement et l'évaluation.

6- Bâtir et maintenir des relations solides avec le bureau de soutien, l’ambassade USA, le gouvernement, la communauté, les dirigeants des organisations confessionnelles, les agences des Nations Unies, les ONG ainsi que d'autres partenaires de développement dédiés

7- S'assurer que le matériel et l'équipement du projet, les fournitures et la logistique sont bien utilisés conformément aux règles convenues et les acquisitions sont gérées efficacement

8 -Suivre et documenter l'avancement du projet et atténuer les risques pour la mise en œuvre du programme, et s'assurer que les exigences du bailleur est satisfaite.

9 -Veiller à ce que l'apprentissage et la responsabilisation se produisent grâce à la mise en œuvre de mécanismes efficaces de feedback et de plaintes.

QUALIFICATIONS : Éducation/Connaissances/Compétences et expérience techniques

Le candidat sélectionné devra posséder les qualifications et compétences suivantes :

Les éléments suivants peuvent être acquis grâce à une combinaison d'apprentissage formel ou d'auto-éducation, d'une expérience antérieure ou d'une formation en cours d'emploi.

Master en sciences de l'éducation ou en études du développement ou en sciences sociales

Compétences

Avoir une bonne connaissance du droit international et national en matière de protection de l'enfance et de l’adulte et des pires formes de travail

Posséder des connaissances et une expérience dans la planification et la mise en œuvre de projets dans le plaidoyer, l’emploi des jeunes, la protection de l’enfant et de l’adulte.

Avoir des compétences en gestion d'équipe, y compris le renforcement des capacités

Avoir une expérience dans la gestion d'un consortium de partenaires dans la mise en œuvre de projets

Avoir une bonne expérience dans l'interaction avec les donateurs en particulier l’USAID, Département d’Etat Américain

Être en mesure de fournir des rapports de qualité dans les délais requis

Avoir une bonne connaissance de la communauté des ONG et des communes ;

Être capable de gérer les interactions avec les autorités administratives centrales, locales, les associations, les organisations communautaires, les jeunes

Être capable de communiquer efficacement tant à l'écrit qu'à l'oral en français et en anglais ;

Etre capable de communiquer au moins dans 2 langues nationales

Être capable de faciliter les réunions, la formation et le plaidoyer ;

Être capable de créer un bon environnement avec les bailleurs de fonds, les autorités, les partenaires et les populations ;

Être capable de travailler avec différentes couches sociales, y compris les femmes, les jeunes et les personnes handicapées ;

Être capable de travailler sous pression.

Expérience

Avoir au moins cinq (5) ans d'expérience dans la conception, la planification et la mise en œuvre de projets de de plaidoyer, l’emploi des jeunes, protection de l'enfance conformément aux directives nationales et aux normes et standards internationaux.

Une expérience supplémentaire dans les moyens de subsistance

Autres compétences:

Excellentes compétences analytiques/résolution de problèmes et souci du détail dans l'élaboration de documents écrits.

Sensibilité interculturelle, flexibilité, maturité émotionnelle et endurance physique.

Capacité d'afficher un style de vie exemplaire tel qu'interprété dans un contexte culturel local spécifique.

Communication écrite : exprime des idées, des pensées et des concepts clairement et efficacement par écrit en utilisant une grammaire, une structure et une orthographe correctes et appropriées.

Compétences informatiques : Aptitude à maîtriser les applications informatiques, notamment l'utilisation de la suite Microsoft Office, Outlook, Intranet et Internet, ainsi que diverses applications et bases de données couramment utilisées dans l'espace de travail.

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Le poste est basé àNouakchott

  • Descente régulière dans les zones retenues

Project Officer - Child protection

Back ground

World Vision Uganda (WVU) is a Christian relief, development and advocacy non-government organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in 43 districts and have 48 Area Programmes implementing projects in health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH), livelihoods & resilience, education and child protection. World Vision (WV) is committed to the protection of children and adult beneficiaries from exploitation and abuse and will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with these beneficiaries. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.

Due to expansion in scope of our programmes, we are now seeking for a qualified and passionate individual willing to share in our vision and join the team in the following role.

Position: Project Officer - Child Protection

Report to: Area Programme Coordinator

Location: Terego District

Purpose of the position:

The purpose of this job is to timely and quality implementation of Child Protection (CP) interventions within the cluster/AP/Response. Engagement will be at household, community, village, parish, sub-county and district levels. This role requires the staff to have good communication abilities, networking and collaboration abilities, training abilities for communities especially children. Core to the role are skills to raise awareness for prevention and response to child rights violations and ability to link affected children to services in time and documentation of on the ground experiences and emerging issues in child protection.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Program Planning & Implementation

Implementation of the CP program in the cluster/APs shall be the primary responsibility of the Project Officer (PO) – CP. Specifically the officer shall:

  • Actively participate in planning and budgeting processes for CP interventions in the cluster/APs, including development of Area Operational Plans (AOPs), Detailed Implementation plans (DIPs), Work Breakdown structures, Cash-flows, etc.

  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and other forums

  • Facilitate timely and quality implementation of CP interventions in accordance to the CP TP guidance, approved models and approaches, as well as the AOPs and DIPs.

  • Gather, analyze and document community perspectives and needs on different CP issues to inform CP programming.

  • Routinely identify local CP partners (formal and informal), support and facilitate them in the implementation of planned activities

  • Support the collection and documentation of impact and success CP stories.

Capacity Building

The PO shall ensure that children, parents and members of community CP structures are aware and have capacity to engage on CP matters with the aim of facilitating effective service delivery. The PO will therefore:

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

  • Routinely coach and mentor the community CP structures and other actors including but not limited to faith and cultural institutions, teachers, etc on CP matters.

  • Liaise with community-based and other CP actors and provide the relevant materials for the betterment of their work

  • Together with staff in other TPs, train the children’s committees and groups in the respective Aps and Settlement in advocating for their wellbeing.

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

  • Facilitate growth of strong grassroots movements on specific advocacy issues to end violence against children including child sacrifice

Community Engagement

The PO shall engage communities including children, parents, political, cultural and religious leaders, among others. Specifically, he/she will:

  • Mobilize communities to participate in project planning, development, implementation and monitoring.

  • Mobilize government institutions and technical staff in the planning and implementation of CP interventions and plans.

  • Innovatively support communities including RCs and their families to participate and benefit from the CP TP program development.

  • Mobilize grassroots organizations, Faith Communities and other civil society organizations to ending violence against children

  • Mobilize and sensitize community (RC guardians, community leaders and other community members) on CP programs issues and facilitate participation in the management of various community CP initiatives.

  • Follow-up on commitments by local leaders on promotion of protection of all children as well as their general wellbeing.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in the relevant child days and celebrations such as the Day of the African Child, Day of the Girl Child, 16 days of activism against Gender based violence, among others.

  • Participate and represent World Vision Uganda in the health sector review meetings both at facility and sub-county level

Networking, Coordination and Collaboration

In networking, coordinating and collaborating with different actors, the PO will PO will:

  • Facilitate networking with local government institutions and other partners within the Cluster in planning and implementation of CP interventions.

  • Identify and nurture local partnerships with grassroots civil society organizations, faith institutions and Sub Counties.

  • Coordinate with local government and other partners and engage with relevant stakeholders and local authorities in building relationships and consensus on CP interventions.

  • Participate in sub-county and district level planning and budgeting, preparation of work plans, implementation of planned health activities and monitoring/ reporting of progress

  • Support local government in formulation and implementation of ordinances and bye-laws on project issues.

  • Organize dialogue engagements between partners, local government and children.

  • Organize learning forums involving local government, CSOs, FBOs, NGOs and other relevant technical personnel.

  • Represent World Vision at stakeholder engagements at the Settlement, Sub-county and district and be a regular advocate on issues of Child Protection

  • Support multi-sectoral, Inter-agency networking and coordination in establishing Child protection prevention, response and service provision mechanisms/ referral pathways in the Settlement and Sub County level

Child Protection, Wellbeing, Advocacy and Safeguarding

The PO is responsible for ensuring children are protected and their welfare is great. The PO shall therefore:

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

  • Work with local leaders and CP structures to protect children from child violations and abuses

  • Sensitize children including RCs, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities.

  • Facilitate CP advocacy, policy dialogue and campaign interventions by ensuring linkages and coherence between engagements with the CP interventions and district and National levels.

  • Be the Focal Point person for CP in the Cluster and support Cluster teams to report and comply with CP standards including effective roll out of CP models and approaches

  • Facilitate effective and meaningful participation of children as agents of change in all project interventions/processes in line with WV Child Participation guidelines

  • Engage with partners to assess and address the existing child protection related issues in the community

  • Mobilize communities, local organizations, local government and institutions to participate in Child protection implementation and monitoring

  • Facilitate proper formation of Child protection working teams/groups in line with World Vision Uganda Child Protection and Advocacy systems strengthening approach

  • Facilitate child protection advocacy campaigns and engagements to ensure policy implementation and change.

  • Ensure the children meaningfully participate in various for a including the child development and participation centres (CDPCs)

  • Be the point person for any peace interventions in the Clusters/APs

  • Shall be the point person for safeguarding and advocacy interventions at the AP level

Monitoring & Evaluation

In fulfilling their monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning roles, the PO shall:

  • Ensure application of standard monitoring and evaluation tools in project implementation.

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

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

  • Monitor progress and achievements of the CP TP in the cluster/AP.

  • Support and participate in scheduled CP assessments, evaluations, monitoring and designs.

  • Provide technical guidance to the Cluster/AP teams in identifying CP areas for research and conduct research to inform programming.

  • Document and share impact stories, lessons and best practices.

  • Compile quality and timely reports to keep track of progress of implementing planned activities, realizing TP outcomes and targets within the cluster/AP on a monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and annual basis as per WVU requirements.

  • Organize project level forums to assess progress of implementation of planned activities.

  • Monitor progress of project interventions against plans within the Cluster.

  • Together with the TPO – CP, organize review, reflection and learning forums for staff and partners.

  • Provide technical support in the development of Information, Education, and Communication (I.E.C) and other learning materials on CP in alignment to the TP.

  • Compile monitoring and periodic reports for management action and submission to the districts as per NGO requirements and support updating of the databases on children housed by the DPSWOs/CDOs at the sub-county and district.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • Minimum of a degree in Social Sciences, Social Worker, Development Studies, Education or any relevant field. A Master’s degree is an added advantage.

  • Post Graduate Qualification in Human Rights, Project Planning & Management, Development Studies or law from a recognized institution is an added advantage.

  • At least 3 years of child protection programming, preferably in an NGO setting experience in engaging communities and other partners. Experience working with children and partners is an added advantage

  • A good understanding of social justice and Human Rights issues with demonstrated experience in Child Protection and rights advocacy and networking

  • Familiarity with standards and guidelines for Child Protection programming and child and adult safeguarding

  • Ability to build capacities of community – based structures and other actors.

  • Good understanding of local government functions.

  • Skills and experience in networking, collaboration and advocacy at different levels.

  • Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability

  • Writing, reporting and documentation skills

  • Effective communicator (both oral and written) and good documentation skills. Ability to communicate in applicable local language(s).

  • Track record demonstrating high integrity, reliability and dependability.

  • Ability to track budget expenditure on a daily basis and develop a cash flow during planning

  • Must be highly reliable and independent, able to work with minimal or no supervision.

  • Computer literate

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

  • Adapts and able to work under pressure

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.

Project Officer-– House Hold Resilience (HHR)

World Vision Kenya is part of the Inter-Agency Scheme for the Disclosure of Safeguarding-related Misconduct in Recruitment Process within the Humanitarian and Development Sector and all candidates will thus be screened as appropriate for any safeguarding related misconduct

Job Title : Project Officer - House Holds Resilience

Reporting to : Cluster Manager

Grade Level : 12

Work Location: Tunyo and Marafa

Purpose of Position

To ensure the timely and successful implementation and monitoring of the Child Learning and House Holds Resilience Technical Program interventions and outcomes in the Area Program that contribute to the improved child wellbeing outcomes within the AP. In order to successfully accomplish this job purpose, the job holder must be a professional able to effectively communicate World Vision’s Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that serves as a good example to others.

Major Responsibilities

Project design, Planning and Implementation- 55%

  • Contextualize and adopt the Child Learning &House Hold Resilience TP technical guidelines /designs at the AP level.

  • Ensure timely implementation of the House Holds resilience program activities within the AP.

  • Provide effective, innovative and technical support to other programs ensuring effective integration for synergies, efficiencies and greater impact.

  • Identify and ensure implementation and reporting of the Child learning Technical Program activities in the AP

  • Provide effective, innovative and technical support in the Households & resilience project implementation for the AP.

  • Ensure sector programming has a focus on the Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) Registered Children (RCs) from the AP community.

  • Lead in the timely reviews and documentation of APs child learning gaps, interventions and impact

  • Collaborate with relevant line ministries to implement food & nutrition security, and economic empowerment interventions within the AP

  • Work closely with the Project coordinator and the AP manager in identification of existing gaps in Economic Empowerment, Food & nutrition Security & Environment sectors programming

  • Facilitate adoption of best practice/approaches/models in the course of the implementation of the project.

  • Mobilize and sensitize community for empowerment & sustainability

  • Establish specific capacity building methodologies for effective delivery & sustainability of project interventions

  • Build the capacity of partners (FBOs, CBOs, Farmers Groups) to enable them effectively intervene in food security & economic empowerment appropriately

  • Take a lead in building AP staff and community capacities in food & nutrition security & economic empowerment sector interventions through trainings and other information sharing avenues to handle project activities effectively

  • Together with partners, conduct regular reflection and learning events;

  • Mobilize, equip and empower the Church, other faith groups and Community based organization to integrate empowered World development in Livelihood interventions

  • Provide participation data for all children in project activities segregated by RC, non-RC, gender and age.

  • Conduct Child monitoring alongside activity monitoring using horizon mobiles phones;

  • Ensure Horizon GIS mapping for all projects, assets, sponsorship interventions, and grants (including HEA) using horizon mobile phones

  • Ensure Project activity monitoring is updated using horizon mobile phones on monthly basis

  • Ensure Project beneficiary GIS mapping in household’s/populating numbers to community assets/facilities.

Quality Assurance, Monitoring, Reporting and Documentation- 25%

  • Development of Project Designs and Annual Operation Plans. (4D matrices, DIPs, Annual Budgets).

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

  • Develop monitoring plan with communities and partners agreeing on the required standards for monitoring, with support from the DMEAL specialist.

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

  • In Liaison with AP/Project Accountant, track project implementation expenditure levels and manage work plans and budgets & implement & project audit recommendations;

  • Ensure Monthly, Quarterly, Semi- Annual and Annual reports prepared and submitted

Collaborations, Advocacy, Engagement, Networking and Partnerships-15%

  • 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

  • Participate in the Annual County Government’s Planning and Budgeting process and influence resource allocation to the priority needs of the most vulnerable groups within the Program Area

  • Ensure that Program participants and partners are kept informed of all the Government laws and policies in respect to the Technical Program being implemented and any changes to government laws, policies and budgets

  • Work with partners and coalitions to engage in advocacy activities with the government structures at the County level, to address the needs of local communities and inform national level advocacy initiatives;

  • Work with community groups to utilize advocacy approaches such as Citizen Voice and Action (CVA) and Child Protection Advocacy (CPA) to enable service users and local partners to engage directly with local government service providers to improve the quality of government services for children and to generate information and evidence for use in national level advocacy work.

  • Develop timely and accurate funding concepts and proposals in line with donor requirements and WVK standards in collaboration with PC, AP Manager and other sector specialists

  • Mobilize the community for community contribution for project interventions

Others -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 which you may be appointed to

  • Participate and lead devotions as appropriate

  • Any other duty as assigned by the Supervisor

Required Professional Experience

  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written).

  • A team player, capable of building staff and community capacity in HHR sector through training.

  • Ability to take initiative, a team leader able to work with minimum supervision

  • Cross-cultural sensitivity and emotional maturity

  • Ability to maintain performance expectations in diverse cultural contexts

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • Bachelor Degree in Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics or an equivalent field from a recognized university

  • Post graduate Diploma in Education is an added advantage

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in community development work implementing household resilience programs, food security, emergency response and related sectors including cash and voucher programming.

  • Experience in Project Management including program design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and reporting

  • Knowledge of and experience working with the Government and community structures

  • Experience implementing integrated development programs with a focus on Early Child Development and education

  • Good understanding of SPHERE and other international standards.

  • Ability to conduct community House Holds Resilience needs assessment, program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of HHR interventions

  • Must have ability to develop good working relationships/partnership developed with all stakeholders (GoK, INGOs)

  • Excellent communication, Networking and advocacy skills

  • Computer proficiency