Restaurando a dignidade

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Livelihoods Officer (La Gonave)

Titre du Poste

Livelihood Officer (1 position pour La Gonave)

HAY Grade

12

OBJECTIF DU POSTE

Coordonner et gérer la mise en œuvre des activités de sécurité alimentaire dans les différentes zones de programmes tout en animant le développement communautaire et la résilience. Assurer les activités de subsistance dans tous les aspects du programme, y compris le travail de représentation et de l’approche technique collectivement conçu pour susciter un changement durable en matière de sécurité alimentaire et moyens de subsistance.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITES

Responsabilités Principales

% Temps

1.

  • Travailler avec les partenaires étatiques et communautaires afin de diriger la conception de la sécurité alimentaire et moyens de subsistance alimentaire grâce à des interventions novatrices et appropriées, qui renforcent la capacité du programme à livrer les objectifs programmatiques avec ceux de la stratégie national du bureau.

5%

2.

  • Travailler avec les Clusters Managers et autres techniciens au sien du cluster afin d’assurer l’intégration de l’approche de WV à des moyens de subsistance (le leadership des femmes économique, le pouvoir des marchés et de l’adaptation et de réduction des risques) dans les

  • programmes et portefeuilles de partenaires. Cela permettra notamment de soutenir l’élaboration de

  • plans de programme, les propositions de projets et le suivi des projets et des avis d’évaluation.

10%

3.

  • Soutenir le développement des mécanismes et des outils qui facilitent aux personnels et partenaires de documenter les leçons apprises et des modèles de bonnes pratiques de nos moyens de subsistance et partager ces bonnes pratiques.

  • Organiser des réunions d'examen trimestrielles pour les partenaires et les communautés sur les sites de projet afin de réfléchir aux approches, outils, impact des interventions, meilleures pratiques, stratégies de sortie et de durabilité des programmes / projets, ainsi que pour créer des espaces et des opportunités d'apprentissage par l'action et de débat

20%

4.

  • Identifier, enrôler et former les mutuelles de solidarité tout en s’assurer qu’elles soient opérationnelles

  • Assure/ Participe dans la mise en place et la formation des membres des communautés sur l’approche Savings Groups/ S4T, ses principes généraux de fonctionnement et son caractère comme outil de résilience á moyen et long terme pour les Communautés.

50%

6.

  • Préparer et soumettre des rapports d’avancement mensuels complets, ainsi que des rapports d’activités spécifiques et tout autre rapport, si nécessaire, à son superviseur dans les meilleurs délais.

5%

7.

  • Mobiliser les agents de projet sur le terrain afin d’organiser les formations à la maîtrise du savoir-faire et les compétences commerciales des groupes de bénéficiaires ciblés et de renforcer leurs capacités par le biais d’un mentorat et d’un accompagnement.

  • Mobiliser et guider les agriculteurs pour qu'ils forment des groupes / Groupe de développement et d'épargne, c'est-à-dire établir la structure de direction, les constitutions, les règlements, l'enregistrement auprès du Bureau de développement communautaire

5%

8.

  • Représenter le projet dans les réunions du groupe de travail sur la sécurité alimentaire et les moyens d'existence

5%

CONNAISSANCES, COMPETENCES ET CAPACITES :

Description

Niveau

Minimum

Préférence

Education

Avoir au minimum une licence ou diplôme d’ingénieur/Agronome, agroéconomie ou en nutrition.

Au moins 3 ans d'expérience dans la mise en œuvre de multi-projets sectoriels en microentreprises, microfinances et développement communautaire.

Expériences

  1. Maitrise de Microsoft Office (World, Excel) et compréhension des systèmes d’Information (MIS).

  2. Maitrise de créole, maitrise du français écrit et oral.

  3. Connaissance en anglais souhaité mais non-obligatoire.

  4. Bonne capacité de présenter des contenus techniques en français et en créole.

  5. Bonne connaissance des acteurs locaux.

  6. Bonne analyse des besoins de formation. Bon suivi du travail de formation réalisé et de son adéquation avec les besoins locaux ;

  7. Très bonne capacité rédactionnelle

  8. Suivi des activités du projet quantitativement et qualitativement ;

  9. Bonne capacité d’analyse et de synthèse. Bonne capacité à émettre des recommandations et proposer des solutions

  10. Permis de conduire valide (motocyclette) ;

  11. Très bonne capacité d’écouter et de dialoguer. Avoir le sens de responsabilité.

Monitoring and Evaluation Lead, Zimbabwe

*Position contingent upon funding and donor approval.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision seeks a Monitoring and Evaluation Lead for the proposed USAID/Food for Peace -funded Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Zimbabwe.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Lead will provide technical expertise and leadership to generate and analyze quality evidence and data through monitoring, assessments, and evaluations. The M&E Lead will be a technician with demonstrated experience in building or strengthening monitoring systems, quantitative and qualitative analysis, survey and sample design and effectively promoting evidence-based program management.

S/he will also provide technical guidance and supervision of sub-grantees and/or sub-contractors on Monitoring and Evaluation related issues.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Refine and implement the project monitoring and evaluation strategy, and recommend any possible changes based on the lessons learned.

  • Set up operational arrangements for collecting, analyzing, and reporting project data, and for investing in capacity building, to sustain the Monitoring and Evaluation function

  • Coordinate with communities, service providers, and local governments, consortium members and donor representative to reach agreement on the M&E system set up and continuously review the M&E practice to ensure meaningful participation of stakeholders in improving the system

  • Identify information requirements of components concerning planning, monitoring and evaluation.

  • Develop and ensure that the established guidelines on project monitoring and evaluation for different project components are respected by WV team as well as consortium members in alignment with the agreements reached. Coordinate with World Vision staff and sub-grantees staff on meeting the monitoring and evaluation requirements.

  • During the life of the intervention, review the performance indicators and reports produced by different stakeholders and suggest necessary changes.

  • Monitor and report on the performance of the project and suggest measures to improve the monitoring system.

  • Ensure timely and effective communication and information sharing between different stakeholders.

  • Serve as a liaison between the project team, consortium members, project participants and the donor representative to ensure harmonization, shared learning, collaboration and alignment of efforts in monitoring and evaluation.

  • At regional level assess training needs relevant to monitoring, evaluation and information management systems and provide, if required, training to local stakeholders.

  • Prepare TORs for special studies when necessary and participate in the recruitment of any potential consultant that will carry out the study. In collaboration with the COP, review and approve proposed study designs and oversee the work during the studies to ensure protocols are followed to meet internal and external validity requirements of that given study.

  • Review the final report of any study undertaken in the life of this intervention and ensure that the quality standards are met and conclusions are accurate.

  • Facilitate processes according to which consortium members, relevant government representatives and donor representatives are collaborating, reflecting on the M&E data, drawing lessons learned and making recommendations to project leaders for further improvements and adaptations in project implementation for higher efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Prepare quarterly and annual reports, and assist in the preparation of the annual work plans for all consortium members.

  • Ensure that data audits are planned for and are performed on regular basis. Lessons learned are drawn and shared and course correction is undertaken to continuously improve and strengthen the M&E system.

  • Supervise staff that report directly to this position. Conduct regular coaching and implement the Performance Development Management system.

  • Work with the Strategic Learning Lead to ensure high quality, coordinated, and demand driven learning, knowledge management and capacity strengthening activities.

  • Conduct regular field visits to monitor implementation, to ensure compliance with operational procedures and assess progress as well as to deliver technical support to field staff, provide resources, and make clear recommendations on ways to strengthen the program and share learning across programs.

  • Perform other duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Required:

  • A Master's degree or above in a quantitative field (economics, agricultural/development economics, statistics, bio-statistics, nutrition, applied sociology, anthropology, or other relevant subject) with significant training in quantitative methods.

  • Seven (7) years or more relevant experience is required.

  • Demonstrated experience in leading the M&E of a large award (multi sectoral and multi stakeholder US Government funded project).

  • Strong conceptual knowledge about Theory of Changes (ToCs), logic model, food and nutrition security indicators, M&E plans, data quality assurance, data utilization, and gender integration into M&E.

  • Demonstrated experience and expertise in developing and operationalizing a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation plan.

  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in developing and operationalizing routine monitoring systems designed to track both output and outcome indicators.

  • Demonstrated expertise in designing annual monitoring surveys including annual beneficiary-based sample surveys, probabilistic sampling strategy and estimating sample size, developing a proper sampling frame and establish appropriate weights, clean, process, store quantitative data.

  • Demonstrated expertise in designing qualitative studies, in-depth knowledge about qualitative sampling, and experience in using interview and interactive tools to generate qualitative information and analysis.

  • Demonstrated experience in developing data quality assurance strategies, data management, use of technology for getting just in time data and data visualization.

  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in data utilization strategies and ability to think creatively about active data sharing techniques.

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program Monitoring and Evaluation requirements, preferably USAID Office or Food for Peace (FFP) policies.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work cross-culturally with diverse teams.

  • Ability to work with host-country professionals, ministries and with donor colleagues in country.

  • Experience working/living in countries in Africa. Familiarity with the Zimbabwe context.

  • Strong verbal communication skills, strong presentation and report writing skills.

  • Ability to achieve results through partners.

  • Experience as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist required.

  • Experience working with sub grantees and contracts under grants for complex projects.

  • Fluency in English.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.

  • Professional licenses, as required in the field and by the donor.

Preferred:

  • Strong management and interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.

  • Mentoring and facilitation skills.

  • Ability to network and communicate with a wide range of stakeholders.

  • Experience working overseas in low-resource environments.

  • Experience using M&E MIS systems and technology to track program outputs and indicators

  • Ability to use data analysis software such as SPSS, STATA, Epi Info, etc.

  • Other skills and knowledge required for this position can be found in the FSN Network M&E Manager Core Competencies.

  • Previous experience with Development Food Assistance Programs (DFAP)s, Multi Year Assistance Programs (MYAP)s, and/or Development Assistance Programs (DAP)s is preferred.

Work Environment:

  • Mandatory travels to implementation sites and regional, global meetings as required.

Project Officer - Youth and Disability Inclusion

Position: Project Officer – Youth and Disability Inclusion

Reporting to: Area Program Manager

Grade Level: 12

Work Location: Nairobi

Please indicate in your cover letter the nature of disability and the kind of support you may require during the interview process.

Purpose of Position

To ensure successful implementation and monitoring of the Youth and Disability Inclusion Project that is aimed at improving livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth living with disabilities.

Major Responsibilities

Project implementation 40%

  • Facilitate the mobilisation, identification and pre-screening of vulnerable youth living with disabilities for employability training and coaching program.

  • Support trainings on mentoring and coaching in soft skills, financial literacy and other relevant skills in order to equip and motivate the youths in the uptake of available relevant employment opportunities.

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

  • Coordinate the disability accessibility assessment and support readiness and inclusion for hotels and staff in the project.

  • 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, processes and systems for employment linkages for the program graduates

  • Follow up with hotels institution to discuss any issues with training students with disability

  • Facilitate pastoral support as necessary, and monitor students during the project period.

Quality Assurance - Monitoring, Reporting and Documentation, 35%

  • Participate in the development of the project design and ensure compliance with WVK and donor guidelines and standards.

  • Ensure individual assessment reports are conducted for each learner and safeguarded for only use by the hotel in improving the working environment youth with disability.

  • 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;

  • Ensure consistent monitoring of students throughout their education and post training period to ensure maximum return on investment.

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

  • Ensure proper application of business processes, standards and guidelines related to the project in accordance with the donor requirements.

  • Ensure that the project achieves acceptable financial and operational audit results by implementing activities in accordance with established norm and policies.

  • Ensure that, in general, project monitoring arrangements comply with the project agreement and, in particular, the provisions of this agreement are fully observed in the design of project M&E.

  • Ensure quality monthly, quarterly, semi annual and annual reports are compiled and submitted in a timely manner in line with the donor requirements.

  • Report basic programmatic information periodically to WVK and donor

Advocacy, Engagement, Networks & Partnerships, 20%

  • Ensure adequate representation with the donor, government of Kenya officials, private sector, civil society groups, including educational institutions, People with Disability Organization (DPO), Private Sector, faith-based groups and youth associations.

  • Ensure close working collaboration with key Government line ministries and other like-minded partners.

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

  • Effectively advocate for the project to ensure visibility and timely implementation of interventions

Explore linkages for the youth project for employment and economic empowerment

Any Other duty 5%

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

  • Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Special needs Education, Development Studies, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field from a recognized University.

  • Must have a minimum of two years relevant experience with regards to designing, planning, implementation and reporting on disability programming, integrated development, relief and/or advocacy.

  • Experience in youth livelihoods development programming with focus on Gender, Disability and social inclusion.

  • Have practical skills in research, monitoring and evaluation, training and report writing

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience in Advocacy, Community Development with strong partnership with GoK ministries and other relevant stakeholders like private companies and corporate bodies

Passionate about youth empowerment and disability initiatives

Food Security Technical Coordinator, Zimbabwe

*Position contingent upon funding and donor approval.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision seeks a Food Security Technical Coordinator for the proposed USAID/Food for Peace -funded Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Zimbabwe.

The Food Security Technical Coordinator (FSTC) will be charged with ensuring that all of the technical sectors work together to create multiplier effects across and between sectors. The FSTC will also ensure that overall technical implementation quality remains consistent and of high quality among all of the sub-awardees and implementation locations in the award. The FSTC will also ensure technical interventions are integrated, layered and sequenced appropriately at all levels of implementation within the FFP activity.

S/he will work closely with the Community Visioning (CV) Lead to ensure that the implementation meets the needs of the people in the targeted communities and aligns with participant aspirations. In collaboration with the CV Lead, the incumbent will lead any necessary adaptation to the technical approach of activities in order to address challenges articulated by participants in their journey to realize development aspirations. The FSTC will work closely with the M&E Lead and the CLA Lead to ensure that M&E and learning feedback loops are properly fed into and utilized by the technical field staff.

S/he will also provide technical guidance and supervision of sub-grantees and/or sub-contractors on a broad spectrum of food security technical focus areas. S/he will supervise technical specialists in the relevant sectoral areas.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide technical support and guidance to ensure technical interventions are integrated, layered and sequenced appropriately at all levels of implementation within the food security related activities in accordance with World Vision strategies and USAID/FFP guidelines.

  • Responsible for ensuring that all of the technical sectors work together to create multiplier effects across and between sectors.

  • The FSTC will also ensure that overall technical implementation quality remains consistent and of high quality among all of the sub-awardees and implementation locations in the award.

  • Conduct regular field visits to monitor implementation, deliver technical support to field staff, conduct trainings, provide resources, and make clear recommendations on ways to strengthen the program and share learning across programs.

  • Ensure that cross-cutting themes such as gender and youth, social cohesion, and social accountability are fully included within the Food Security interventions and strategy.

  • Work closely with the M&E Lead and the CLA Lead to ensure that M&E and learning feedback loops are properly fed into and utilized by the technical field staff.

  • Work with the Strategic Coordination and Learning Adviser to ensure high quality, coordinated, and demand driven learning, knowledge management and capacity strengthening activities.

  • Liaise with different stakeholders at HQ level - and at the field level to ensure up-to-date knowledge of the global food security policies, including USAID policies and strategies, for improving food security and nutrition for the most vulnerable.

  • Supervise technical specialists that report directly to this position. Conduct regular coaching and implement the Performance Development Management system. Ensure the Technical Working Groups are implementing the technical design and the learning agenda.

  • Act on behalf of the Deputy Chief of Party when requested and carry out additional responsibilities as assigned.

  • Perform other duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Required:

  • A master’s degree in development studies, international relations, agriculture, nutrition, public health, business administration, or a related field, plus six years of relevant experience is required, or a PhD plus a minimum of five years relevant experience, or a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven years of relevant experience is required.

  • Highly experienced in a broad spectrum of food security technical focus areas such as nutrition and health, disaster risk reduction, livelihoods as well as cross cutting interventions such as gender, youth and social dynamics that affect food security and nutrition.

  • Demonstrated experience in developing—and ensuring quality control over—technically rigorous food security activity integration and collaboration.

  • Knowledge of nutrition, agriculture and food security programming in both humanitarian and development settings.

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program preferably USAID Office or Food for Peace (FFP) policies.

  • Experience working/living in Southern Africa. Familiarity with the Zimbabwe context.

  • Previous experience managing local staff.

  • Previous experience with managing sub-contractors is highly desirable.

  • Ability to work cross-culturally with diverse teams.

  • Strong presentation and report writing skills.

  • Ability to achieve results through partners.

  • Experience as a Food Security Specialist required.

  • Experience working with sub grantees and contracts under grants for complex projects.

  • The candidate must be professionally proficient and fluent in written and spoken English.

Preferred:

  • Strong management and interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.

  • Mentoring and facilitation skills.

  • Ability to network and communicate with a wide range of stakeholders.

  • Experience working overseas in low-resource environments.

  • Previous experience with Development Food Assistance Programs (DFAP)s, Multi Year Assistance Programs (MYAP)s, and/or Development Assistance Programs (DAP)s is preferred.

Work Environment:

  • Mandatory travels to implementation sites and regional, global meetings as required.

Monitoring & Evaluation Lead, Nepal

*Position is contingent upon funding and donor approval.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision seeks a Monitoring and Evaluation Lead for the proposed USAID/Food for Peace -funded multi-year Emergency Food Security Program (EFSP) in Nepal.

The Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Lead will be responsible for developing and implementing an M&E system and plan, including a database to store and aggregate collected data. The M&E lead should have extensive experience in designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems as they are practiced in the context of humanitarian response, longer term early recovery and DRR type programs.

S/he will also provide technical guidance and supervision of sub-grantees and/or sub-contractors on Monitoring and Evaluation related issues.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Refine and implement the project monitoring and evaluation strategy, and recommend any possible changes based on the lessons learned.

  • Set up operational arrangements for collecting, analyzing, and reporting project data, and for investing in capacity building, to sustain the Monitoring and Evaluation function.

  • Coordinate with communities, service providers, and local governments, consortium members and donor representative to reach agreement on the M&E system set up and continuously review the M&E practice to ensure meaningful participation of stakeholders in improving the system.

  • Identify information requirements of components concerning planning, monitoring and evaluation.

  • Develop and ensure that the established guidelines on project monitoring and evaluation for different project components are respected by WV team as well as consortium members in alignment with the agreements reached. Coordinate with World Vision staff and sub-grantees staff on meeting the monitoring and evaluation requirements.

  • During the life of the intervention, review the performance indicators and reports produced by different stakeholders and suggest necessary changes.

  • Monitor and report on the performance of the project and suggest measures to improve the monitoring system.

  • Ensure timely and effective communication and information sharing between different stakeholders.

  • Serve as a liaison between the project team, consortium members, project participants and the donor representative to ensure harmonization, shared learning, collaboration and alignment of efforts in monitoring and evaluation.

  • At regional level assess training needs relevant to monitoring, evaluation and information management systems and provide, if required, training to local stakeholders.

  • Prepare TORs for special studies when necessary and participate in the recruitment of any potential consultant that will carry out the study. In collaboration with the COP, review and approve proposed study designs and oversee the work during the studies to ensure protocols are followed to meet internal and external validity requirements of that given study.

  • Review the final report of any study undertaken in the life of this intervention and ensure that the quality standards are met and conclusions are accurate.

  • Facilitate processes according to which consortium members, relevant government representatives and donor representatives are collaborating, reflecting on the M&E data, drawing lessons learned and making recommendations to project leaders for further improvements and adaptations in project implementation for higher efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Prepare quarterly and annual reports, and assist in the preparation of the annual work plans for all consortium members.

  • Ensure that data audits are planned for and are performed on regular basis. Lessons learned are drawn and shared and course correction is undertaken to continuously improve and strengthen the M&E system.

  • Supervise staff that report directly to this position. Conduct regular coaching and implement the Performance Development Management system.

  • Work with the Strategic Coordination and Learning Adviser to ensure high quality, coordinated, and demand driven learning, knowledge management and capacity strengthening activities.

  • Conduct regular field visits to monitor implementation, to ensure compliance with operational procedures and assess progress as well as to deliver technical support to field staff, provide resources, and make clear recommendations on ways to strengthen the program and share learning across programs.

  • Perform other duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • A master’s degree in statistics or economics; or a degree in relevant field with substantial course work in quantitative methods with a minimum of five years of professional experience in designing and implementing M&E systems in the context of humanitarian response or DRR programs is required. Two years of applicable experience can substitute for a master’s degree.

  • Demonstrated experience in leading the M&E of a large award (multi sectoral and multi stakeholder US Government funded project).

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program preferably USAID Office or Food for Peace (FFP) policies.

  • Strong conceptual knowledge about ToCs, logic model, food and nutrition security indicators, M&E plans, data quality assurance, data utilization, and gender integration into M&E.

  • Demonstrated experience and expertise in developing and operationalizing a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation plan.

  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in developing and operationalizing routine monitoring systems designed to track both output and outcome indicators.

  • Demonstrated expertise in designing annual monitoring surveys including annual beneficiary based sample surveys, probabilistic sampling strategy and estimating sample size, developing a proper sampling frame and establish appropriate weights, clean, process, store quantitative data.

  • Demonstrated expertise in designing qualitative studies, in-depth knowledge about qualitative sampling, and experience in using interview and interactive tools to generate qualitative information and analysis.

  • Demonstrated experience in developing data quality assurance strategies, data management, use of technology for getting just in time data and data visualization.

  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in data utilization strategies and ability to think creatively about active data sharing techniques.

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program Monitoring and Evaluation requirements, preferably USAID Office or Food for Peace (FFP) policies.

  • Familiarity with the Nepal context is a plus.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work cross-culturally with diverse teams.

  • Ability to work with host-country professionals, ministries and with donor colleagues in country.

  • Strong verbal communication skills, strong presentation and report writing skills.

  • Ability to achieve results through partners.

  • Experience as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist required.

  • Experience working with sub-recipients and contracts under grants for complex projects.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.

  • Professional licenses, as required in the field and by the donor.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Strong management and interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.

  • Mentoring and facilitation skills.

  • Ability to network and communicate with a wide range of stakeholders.

  • Experience working overseas in low-resource environments.

  • Experience using M&E MIS systems and technology to track program outputs and indicators.

  • Ability to use data analysis software such as SPSS, STATA, Epi Info, etc.

  • Previous experience with Emergency Food Security Program (EFSP) Development Food Assistance Programs (DFAP)s, Development Food Security Program (DFSA), Multi Year Assistance Programs (MYAP)s, and/or Development Assistance Programs (DAP)s is preferred.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Mandatory travels to implementation sites and regional, global meetings as required.

MEAL Manager - Erbil

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Manager - Erbil

WORK CONTEXT / BACKGROUND:

World Vision has had presence in Kurdish region of Iraq, primarily focusing operation in Northern Iraq since October 2014 supporting IDPs and host community members in WASH, health, protection, NFI and food assistance. Given the renewed focus towards the Syrian and Iraqi crisis, there are more opportunities for humanitarian actors to assist the refugee Syrians living in Iraq as well as to extend the service coverage to IDPs. World Vision’s expansion in this region has also shaped the need for effective monitoring of operations, mainstreaming and complying to humanitarian standards, assessing the impact of programs and efficient management and use of information.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision Iraq is recruiting a Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Manager to provide technical leadership and support the development and improvement of programs and service delivery in Iraq. Under the supervision of the PDQA Manager, the MEAL Manager will be responsible to support the development and maintenance of a results based MEAL frameworks throughout the KRI programs, that tracks and reports on project progress against targets & standards, measures and provides evidence on the impact of WV’s interventions, learns & responds to beneficiary feedback within predefined standards, and with centralized accurate data available for both internal & external learning & reporting purposes. The position will be required to establish & mainstream MEAL systems for direct and partner implementation in Iraq in alignment with World Vision & international humanitarian principles. The MEAL Manager will coordinate all MEAL tasks & communication with internal & external entities under the leadership and guidance of the PDQA Manager.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Technical Leadership and Systems Development

  • Support the process of implementation of the Country strategy through the development of strategy realization plans & establish measurement processes, with clearly outline Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and methodologies.

  • Establish and maintain (up to date) country level macro assessments / context assessments on a regular basis.

  • Take leadership in the overall MEAL system and ensure synergy between the different M&E, humanitarian accountability & learning processes.

  • Develop the overall MEAL system based on local capacity, cost-effective approaches and sustainable processes.

Design, Monitoring, Implementation & Reporting

  • Ensure all approved projects have well defined cost effective M&E, accountability & Information management processes that are aligned to the country level MEAL framework and meet the required standards.

  • Take lead of the impact assessment process for WV Iraq programs on a regular basis, in close collaboration with the PDQA Manager.

  • Provide support in project design.

  • Establish systems that enable monitoring of partners & direct implementation on a regular basis for quality standards, and humanitarian principles.

  • Ensure the effective functioning of the MEAL system in prompting critical thinking and influence timely program & strategic direction by the Senior Management.

  • Ensure MEAL findings are presented at the program review meetings on a monthly basis, and prompt critical thinking at project management & senior management level.

  • Ensure the establishment of a Country Monitoring Dashboard that will integrate critical indicators of program results.

  • Help identify and design innovative practices to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness in M&E, Humanitarian accountability, Information management and general project management.

  • Ensure beneficiaries and partners have constant access to information about WV’s programs and to channels that can process complaints & feedback with confidentiality & respond appropriately within predefined standards.

Project closeout, Evaluations, & learning

  • Establish a learning culture within the organization and among implementing partners to document learnings and best practices for ongoing and future programing.

  • Ensure all country level & thematic researches are reviewed for methodological thoroughness, and output quality.

  • Lead and coordinate project and program level evaluations on a periodic basis, and ensure the recommendations are used to inform future programming.

  • Ensure all MEAL related data, reports, and records are clearly organized archived in a central location for future reference.

  • Provide support in developing TORs for evaluations.

Accountability, Coordination and Quality Assurance,

  • Ensure the humanitarian accountability system across the WV Iraq programs uphold and mainstream i. information sharing, ii. Consultation, iii. Participation & iv. Complaints and response of affected people.

  • Ensure WV Iraq is well represented in MEAL related working groups and forums at local & national levels.

  • Ensure that WV Iraq, and Core Humanitarian principles are upheld in all aspects of the MEAL functions and general project management.

  • Ensure clear communication & strong coordination is maintained with the PDQA Manager.

  • Support the Technical Advisors in developing project specific quality benchmarks to ensure quality.

Capacity building & management

  • Ensure all MEAL staff supervised by this position are guided, mentored and their capacities built in order to deliver high quality outputs.

  • Ensure all relevant WV Iraq’s frontline & technical staff are assisted in strengthening their understanding of MEAL concepts & competencies and are equipped with knowledge, tools and resources to support MEAL functions at project and program level, as part of the MEAL system establishment.

  • Ensure partner capacity is built to comply and produce high quality M&E products in-line with WV Iraq & donor standards & requirements.

  • Ensure management of day-to-day M&E tasks are completed with appropriate resources, proper planning and to the highest standard required.

  • Ensure the MEAL unit (staff & functions) are sufficiently funded to operate effectively.

  • Establish a surge capacity with internal (staff & funding) & external resources (consultants) deal with emergency requirements / situations.

  • Support other tasks as required by the PDQA Manager.

  • Sign off on all Surveys (Impact assessment, Post implementation monitoring studies, baselines, evaluations) for sharing with within and outside the organization.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Master’s degree preferably in the field of social sciences, public health, nutrition, statistics or development studies.

  • Minimum of 3 years national & 3 years international (total of 5 years) experience in the field of MEAL, especially in emergency context and grant funding is critical.

  • Proven experience in establishing a fully functional MEAL system for an organization that’s supported by bilateral & multilateral international donors serving more than 100,000 beneficiaries within a period of 12 months.

  • Proven experience in leading Surveys (mix methodologies) from designing to report writing.

  • Proven experience in local staff capacity building

  • Experience in coordinating MEAL functions at a national level for an INGO covering some of the following sectors / thematic areas is critical: Health, Cash, Food, WASH, shelter, Education, Child protection and livelihoods.

  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

  • Thorough knowledge in quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, and analysis is essential, especially the use of SPSS / “R” software’s for quantitative analysis.

  • Thorough knowledge in writing technical MEAL reports is essential.

  • Thorough knowledge on Sphere, Core humanitarian standards, child rights, human rights, DNH, HAP & DAC evaluation criteria are essential.

  • Thorough knowledge on the humanitarian operations coordination, cluster operations, and major donor M&E requirements is essentials.

  • Good understanding on database management and data structures.

  • Thorough knowledge of World Vision processes such as Child-Wellbeing, M&E framework would be an advantage.

  • Fluency in the local languages (Kurdish/Arabic) will be an advantage.

  • Previous working experience in Iraq can be an advantage.

Work Environment

Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.

  • Ability to work and produce high quality outputs in an intense & dynamic working environment, with local and international staff having different working styles and different levels of competencies is essential.

  • Ability to perform well under pressure and comply with donors & partnership deadlines is essential.

Regional Campaign Advisor, Asia Pacific

Preferred position location: Bangkok, Thailand. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate will be located to his/her home-country within Asia Pacific where WVI is registered to operate.

No relocation available.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Provide range of policy analysis, operational and technical leadership and support to the Regional Office and National Offices (NOs) respectively in Asia Pacific Regional Office to strengthen campaign and gender initiatives. The position will support the influencing of policies (through either change or implementation) at national level. The context of Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO) requires active engagement in policy influence, which is evidenced by growing demand for participation in National initiatives and regional networks to engage in policy dialogues targeting systemic and structural changes. Regional Campaign Manager will provide support to National and Regional engagements with international Human Rights perspective contributing in the SDGs, regional and national strategic intent.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Campaign Strategy:

  • Provide support to the Asia and Pacific teams to influence policy through evidence based campaigns, gender and child participation initiatives.

  • Identify regional entities and mechanisms to influence and nurture relationships with key stakeholders.

  • Ensure that influencing strategies are consistent with partnership standards and direction.

Technical & Operation Support:

  • Coordinate the external engagement of World Vision Officesacross the region around key global moments.

  • Assist National Offices submit to UN reporting process such as the Universal Periodic Review and CRC state and optional protocol reporting.

  • Work with NOs to develop Campaign strategy and to design and facilitate review of the NOs strategy in line with global priorities, this includes baseline and evaluations.

  • Work with National office and the global center to generate or otherwise acquire research to sustain regional and global engagement.

  • Develop materials and metrixs related to that can be adapted and rolled out across multiple contexts.

  • Lead in the development of social mobilization initiatives for the campaign at regional level and support NO in the design, conduct and assessment of the same.

  • Act as facilitator for the regional coordination group and initiate subgroups as needed, ensuring the timely sharing of engagement strategies, plans, directives, resources and documents to GHCs, SOs, ROs and NOs.

  • Broaden discussion on targeted issues through building and strengthening alliances and partnership and increasing public participation in campaigns.

  • Provide support to identified national offices on preparation of Policy dialogues/brief with their respective government on identified priority theme.

  • Work with regional sector lead on identified policy agenda and prepare guidance to embed into the LEAP3 processes.

  • Support the preparation of analytical reports on various secotral/thematic researches which could be used for external advocacy purposes including internal data from National offices such as Partnership Strategic Measures etc.

  • Provide technical oversight and inputs in the areas of gender and child participation initiatives.

Capacity Building:

  • Work with the Global and Regional team to ensure economic sustainability of It takes a World to End Violence Against Children Campaign in national offices and regional office.

  • Advise National Offices on programme quality core competencies and capacity requirements (including recruitment support).

  • Work with technical leads on CVA to integrate appoaches in campaign practice.

  • Work with the national offices in developing (including coaching, exchanges, shared learning and other strategic responses appropriate to the scale of the needs) a group that can help build NO and campaign capacity.

  • Liaise with the integrated capacity building team in the development and facilitation of training modules/session plans and other appropriate capacity building initiatives.

  • Engage with Advocacy/ DME and LEAP teams in developing their capacities to review the quality of the campaign.

Quality Assurance:

  • Support national offices in implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the campaign, policy influence and integrating campaign activities into other key sectors such as communications, marketing, Christian Commitments.

Knowledge Management:

  • Support continuous learning through creation, contextualization, documentation, feedback and dissemination of successful advocacy model including campaign models and promising practices within Asia Pacific region.

  • Promote national and regional learning mechanisms for application of lessons and ongoing improvement at all levels of WV organization, including partners.

  • Contribute to establishment and use of regional databases and e-resources including regional good practices relating to Advocacy as part of wider knowledge management strategy.

Internal & External Liaison:

  • Participate and actively contribute in the partnership forums, working Groups and networks related to SDGs and Campaign themes as deemed necessary by regional leadership.

  • Establish networks and alliances with external partners (research institutions, Universities, other NGOs, etc) for the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the health campaign.

  • Facilitate active engagement with donors, partners and audiences to enhance World Vision’s credibility.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Advanced degree (e.g. Master’s degree in social science, development studies or other professional degree) or other relevant degree or experience.

  • Minimum of 5 years relevant advocacy, programming and management experience.

  • Excellent research skills and previous experience in conducting situational analyses.

  • Excellent presentation and communication skills.

  • Proposal and report writing skills.

  • Management, Coaching & Mentoring, Management Skills.

  • Self motivated to achieve quality results and services.

  • Basic understanding and knowledge on Human Rights and UN Convention of the Rights of Child, whereby the Job functions requires the person to conduct analysis on various policies and positions developed by National Office on thematic areas of Child Wellbeing.

  • Campaigning: A past experience in developing and running a systematic campaign on themes related to children will be beneficial.

  • Competent in the use of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Advanced degree (e.g. Master’s degree in social science, development studies or other professional degree) or other relevant degree or experience

  • A successful track record in coordinating / managing advocacy campaigns.

  • Excellent representational ability including public speaking, media interviews, and high-level meetings.

  • Demonstrated experience in leading a team or process.

  • Strong time management skills, ability to work under pressure and prioritise tasks.

  • Program and Research Design and Implementation.

  • Knowledge of various technical sectors of development such as primary health care, nutrition.

  • Basic Statistical Analysis using computer programs.

  • External Engagement: Though not a must but it is preferred for the candidate to have experience in linking externally with UN and other bodies for issues related to advocacy.

Tecnico de Monitoreo y evaluacion Proyecto Salud y Nutricion

Oportunidad de Contribuir

a la tierna protección de la niñez en Honduras

Título del puesto:

Técnico de Monitoreo de Proyecto de Salud y Nutrición

Fecha límite de aplicación:

15 de Noviembre

Localidad del puesto:

Sabanagrande

Fecha de inicio vacante:

25 de Noviembre

Cantidad requerida:

1 Plaza

Esquema de trabajo:

Plaza Permanente

Propósito del Puesto

Desarrollar el proceso de monitoreo en el programa técnico y los proyectos vinculados para proveer información y análisis para la toma de decisiones respecto a la eficacia y eficiencia de le ejecución programática, en cuanto al alcance de los resultados en el bienestar y tierna protección de la niñez y la sostenibilidad de los procesos de desarrollo.

Requisitos Técnicos:

  • Grado Universitario en ciencias sociales, negocios, ingeniería industrial u otras afines.

  • Al menos de 3 años de experiencia en monitoreo de proyectos o en roles de control de calidad y en la gestión de proyectos de desarrollo.

  • Manejar vehículo 4x4 todo terreno.

¿Cuáles serán tus funciones principales?

  • Implementar el sistema de monitoreo establecido a nivel del proyectos, mediante la coordinación de los procesos y el fortalecimiento de las capacidades de los equipos técnicos.

  • Asegurar que los principios y estándares internacionales de DME (Diseño Monitoreo y Evaluación) en Visión Mundial y otros requerimientos de donantes son conocidos y aplicados por el proyecto.

  • Producir información, análisis y recomendaciones del monitoreo del programa técnico basándose en los datos recolectados en el Programa de Área y Proyectos Vinculados.

  • Producir información, análisis y recomendaciones del monitoreo del programa técnico basándose en los datos recolectados en el Programa de Área y Proyectos Vinculados

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Somos una organización cristiana de ayuda humanitaria, desarrollo y promoción de la justicia que sirve a todas las personas, sin distinción de raza, religión, grupo étnico o género.

Al trabajar con nosotros te conviertes en un protagonista que influye en favor de los niños, niñas, familias y comunidades más vulnerables alrededor del mundo. En Honduras tocamos la vida de más de 75 mil niñas y niños en Honduras, en 12 Departamentos, 28 Programas de Área y 694 comunidades.

Nuestra Causa

Una niñez tiernamente protegida, promotora de una sociedad más justa y segura.

Nuestra Visión

Para cada niño y niña, vida en toda su plenitud.

Nuestra oración para cada corazón, la voluntad de hacer esto posible.

Nuestra Misión

World Vision es una confraternidad internacional de cristianos cuya misión es seguir a Jesucristo, nuestro Señor y Salvador trabajando con los pobres y oprimidos para promover la transformación humana, buscar la justicia y testificar de las buenas nuevas del Reino de Dios

Somos Cristianos

Seguimos a Jesús– en su identificación con los pobres, los que no tienen poder, los afligidos, los oprimidos, los marginados; en su especial preocupación por las niñas y los niños; en su respeto por la dignidad otorgada por Dios a las mujeres de igual manera que a los hombres; en su reto por las actitudes y los sistemas injustos; en su llamado para compartir los recursos con los unos y los otros; en su amor por todas las personas sin discriminación o condiciones; en su oferta de una nueva vida por medio de la fe en Él. A partir de Él nosotros derivamos nuestro entendimiento integral del evangelio del Reino de Dios, el cual forma las bases de nuestra respuesta a la necesidad humana.

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Associate Director Advocacy

Back ground

World Vision Uganda is a Christian relief, development and advocacy non-government organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in over 82 districts in Uganda implementing projects in health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH), livelihoods & community 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 the beneficiaries above. 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 qualified and passionate individuals willing to share in our vision and join our team in the position below.

Position: Associate Director Advocacy

Report to: Programme Quality Director

Location: Kampala – National Office

Purpose of the position:

The Associate Director Advocacy will be responsible for leading World Vision Uganda’s advocacy work at local and national levels in both development and refugee response programming. The role will also support World Vision’s international advocacy work, where relevant.

The jobholder will work collaboratively with advocacy staff, technical specialists and others to build World Vision Uganda’s reputation at national level and to engage in policy advocacy with government and other key stakeholders to support child well-being objectives specified in the World Vision Uganda National Strategy.

The role will also include responsibility for technical guidance and strategic oversight to World Vision Uganda’s local-level advocacy and social accountability programming. This position will lead World Vision Uganda’s advocacy campaigns, notably the It Takes a World.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Policy advocacy

  • Develop and maintain a policy advocacy strategy in collaboration with key stakeholders (internal and external).

  • Implement that strategy including direct engagement in advocacy with key stakeholders and decision makers.

  • Stay abreast of key developments in the policy and political environment.

  • Collaborate with relevant colleagues in to support effective advocacy of policy and child well-being issues related to refugees.

  • Enhance the visibility and reputation of WVU as Uganda’s leading child-focused organization.

Local-level advocacy/social accountability

  • Oversee effective implementation of WVU’s Citizen, Voice & Action (CVA) project model across all development programmes.

  • Ensure strong linkages between field-based CVA work and WVU’s national policy advocacy agenda.

Campaigns & collaborations

  • WVU’s major campaigns are well designed and implemented (notably It Takes a World and Joining Forces).

  • WVU actively and effectively participates in selected awareness raising days (e.g. World Breastfeeding Week).

External engagement & representation

  • Develop effective relationships with key stakeholders in government (including Permanent Secretaries and MPs).

  • Develop and maintain effective collaborations with like-minded organizations and foster working relationships for enhanced effectiveness.

  • Represent WVU in various fora as a senior staff member.

Other

  • In collaboration with the Learning & Evidence team, enhance WVU’s capacity to effectively monitor and build evidence around its advocacy work.

  • Support the development process of the new National Strategy and related Technical Programmes to ensure that advocacy is appropriately and effectively included.

Team work and team management

  • Provide effective management to child protection technical team.

  • Contribute to the overall leadership of the Programme Quality division.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Education: post-graduate degree in law, public policy, social sciences or other relevant field is a requirement.

  • Technical skills: academic and/or direct programming experience and expertise in the field of public policy and/or child rights advocacy.

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in advocacy and/or public policy role.

  • Experience in staff management

  • Strong working knowledge of working with Ugandan Government (especially MoES, MoGLSD, and with parliamentary processes)

  • Experience in working with child rights or child-focused issues a strong advantage.

  • Strong capacity in leadership, relationship management/networking, and coordination is essential.

  • Proactive personality, self-driven and strongly motivated.

  • Spiritual maturity, interfaith knowledge and a biblical worldview – ability to articulate and model our Christian identity and mission in an inclusive way.

  • Demonstration of well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Proven conceptual & analytical skills, ability to take an evidence-based approach to programme design.

  • Proven facilitation skills.

  • Team player.

  • Ensure a gender perspective in the scope of work.

Senior Food Assistance Advisor

*Position location preferred: Mbabane, Eswatini. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate in the Southern Africa Region where WVI is registered to operate.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The Senior Food Assistance Advisor for Southern Africa takes a leadership role in expanding the food assistance portfolio by providing strategic guidance to the region in how to use food as a resource for responding to the needs facing the vulnerable communities that have resulted from a rise in malnutrition across the region. With growing conflicts across the globe, the need for food assistance continues to rise. This role provides a strong advisory role and guidance to NO's aimed at the targeting the use of food as a resource.

Additionally, this role is tasked with advising, guiding and providing direction around the implementation of Food Assistance that is both food and Cash. It calculates the risks and guides offices to ensure accountability to donors and communities. Thus the intent of the role is to assist offices in pre-positioning funding opportunities from various donors through the technical oversight of quality food assistance designs, implementation and close-out of projects promoting food assistance across the globe.

The Senior Food Assistance Adviser is also expected to provide technical, macro-level thought-leadership on Emergency Response, Talent Management, Sustainable Livelihood Programming and Capacity Building in all areas of food assistance programming including Local and Regional Purchase and procurement. The position also requires leveraging WV’s influence and excellence in programming to advocate for increased assistance to the needy. The position further focuses on substantive donor engagement in close collaboration with respective SOs and other regional sector staff (e.g. HEA, Food & Livelihoods Security, and Nutrition

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Technical Support:

  • Enhance and maintain excellent performance in the management of food assistance projects in compliance with Donor Standards by providing techinical oversight to the NOs through periodic monitoring visits, overseeing the establishment and implementation of compliance systems and procedures and ensuring that audit risks are identified and minimised in a timely manager.

Emergency Response:

  • Work with National Offices in the design and implementation of food assistance program during emergency response, focus on Southern Africa Region and in Cat 3 Global Emergencies when there is a need.

Technical Capacity Development:

  • Ensuring that Southern Africa Region have adequate food assistance staff capacity to design and implement quality food assistance program.

Strategic Positioning and Engagement:

  • Promoting the WV Way – more working with others integration of activities and plans.

  • Engagement with GC Sector Teams and TSO.

  • Supporting Advocacy, Research and Policy.

  • Lessons learnt, Best Practice and Adaptive Learning.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • A post graduate degree ( MSC / MA) is required.

  • Formal training and specialist knowledge in Food Programming and related systems strongly preferred strong knowledge of major food assistance donors and regulations ( WFP, USAID. USDA, EC, ECHO etc) and Training in community mobilization, TOT / facilitators recommended.

  • 15 Years experience in humanitarian work, ten of which must be in food assistance management as a manager or equivalent.

  • Experience in setting up and operationalizing food programs in Category II and Category II emergency relief operations.

  • A proven ability in donor relations and networking and fundraising. Effectively develop relationships and relate to donors, NGOs, counterparts and government agencies.

  • Requires ability to write and well analyze and express ideas in a sensitive manner within the context of a humanitarian approach.

  • Excellent presentation skills.

  • Fluency in written and spoken English required.

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

Work Environment/Travel:

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