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Cluster MEAL Coordinator - Devon & Pathana

World Vision is a Christian, relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

We work through our main sectors – education, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, economic development and child protection – serving all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Our work is always child-focused, participatory and community driven.

World Vision and has been in Sri Lanka since 1977 and currently serves in 30 locations in 13 Districts across the country through development programmes. In 2020 we directly impacted the lives of nearly 100,000 most vulnerable children and their families.

We are currently looking for dynamic & creative individuals to join us in our journey of caring.

Cluster Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Coordinator

Location – Kotagala (Overseeing Devon & Pathana)

Job Profile

The Cluster Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator is responsible for providing technical support by developing a comprehensive MEAL system enabling World Vision Lanka (WVL) programs to demonstrate the impact of its programs while ensuring greater accountability. S/he will harmonize the MEAL approaches to ensure mission efficiency and compliance with World Vision’s MEAL standards, guidelines, and procedures while providing technical support to design methodologies in ensuring the availability of valid and reliable information at the AP. The position will also play an important role in data quality by designing a MEAL system, procedures and Global MEAL Guidelines to harmonize data across different projects. The Cluster MEAL Coordinator will provide technical support to the program and build capacity of the Area Program through harmonizing learning and knowledge sharing.

The Cluster MEAL Coordinator will be responsible for MEAL process and products of two (2) Area Programs under one (1) Cluster program.

Major Responsibilities

  • Lead the formulation and roll out of the project’s Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) plans in line with the broader Technical Program objectives.

  • Ensure that all project indicators are tracked in a database on a regular basis, using the stipulated baselines, means of verifications and data sources in the project framework.

  • Regular analysis of monitoring data.

  • Work closely with Area Program (AP) teams and partners to strengthen systems for qualitative data gathering and analysis.

  • Undertake regular visits to the field to support implementation of results-based project monitoring.

  • Compile project and field-based data and analytical information for the preparation of donor reports.

  • Develop visual presentations aids of data trends and/or results to be incorporated into reports, knowledge and/or outreach products.

  • Responsible for the baseline and evaluation study the AP (sample selection, data collection, data entry, data analysis, reporting, etc.)

  • Facilitate Annual Community Review process of the AP and recommendations.

  • Support to Establish an Accountability Mechanism at Primary Focus Area (PFA) level in the AP.

  • Document and share cross learning with appropriate group/stakeholders.

Required qualifications, experience & competencies

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in MEAL and experience in a donor funded project is preferable with minimum of 3 years’ experience in Community Development.

  • Basic degree in Social Sciences/Development Management/International Development or relevant field.

  • Understand poverty issues, development theories and holistic development.

  • Training and Facilitation skills.

  • Proven report wring skills.

  • Proven management and leadership ability

  • Good time management and organisational skills.

  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office computer programs, SPSS, Epi info, NViVO and other statistical packages.

  • Good analytical skills.

  • Creativity and innovation.

  • Well-developed written and oral communication skills in Sinhala/Tamil. Fluency in written & spoken English.

  • The position requires field visits and willingness to travel to national office as and when required.

World Vision Lanka offers a competitive remuneration package based on individual competence and skills. If you meet the required criteria and wish to apply for this or any of the available vacancies, select the position you wish to apply for & submit your on-line applicationwith your CV and details of three non-related referees on or before the given closing date.

Only short listed candidates will be notified.

MEAL Coordinator - Eravurpattu

World Vision is a Christian, relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

We work through our main sectors – education, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, economic development and child protection – serving all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Our work is always child-focused, participatory and community driven.

World Vision and has been in Sri Lanka since 1977 and currently serves in 30 locations in 13 Districts across the country through development programmes. In 2020 we directly impacted the lives of nearly 100,000 most vulnerable children and their families.

We are currently looking for dynamic & creative individuals to join us in our journey of caring.

Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Coordinator

Location – Eravurpattu (Batticaloa District)

Job Profile

The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator is responsible for providing technical support by developing a comprehensive MEAL system enabling World Vision Lanka (WVL) programs to demonstrate the impact of its programs while ensuring greater accountability. S/he will harmonize the MEAL approaches to ensure mission efficiency and compliance with World Vision’s MEAL standards, guidelines, and procedures while providing technical support to design methodologies in ensuring the availability of valid and reliable information at the Area Program (AP). The position will also play an important role in data quality by designing a MEAL system, procedures and Global MEAL Guidelines to harmonize data across different projects. The MEAL Coordinator will provide technical support to the program and build capacity of the Area Program through harmonizing learning and knowledge sharing.

The MEAL Coordinator will be responsible for MEAL related matters of one (1) Area Programme.

Major Responsibilities

  • Lead the formulation and roll out of the project’s Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) plans in line with the broader Technical Program objectives.

  • Ensure that all project indicators are tracked in a database on a regular basis, using the stipulated baselines, means of verifications and data sources in the project framework.

  • Regular analysis of monitoring data.

  • Work closely with Area Program (AP) teams and partners to strengthen systems for qualitative data gathering and analysis.

  • Undertake regular visits to the field to support implementation of results-based project monitoring.

  • Compile project and field-based data and analytical information for the preparation of donor reports.

  • Develop visual presentations aids of data trends and/or results to be incorporated into reports, knowledge and/or outreach products.

  • Responsible for the baseline and evaluation study the AP (sample selection, data collection, data entry, data analysis, reporting, etc.)

  • Facilitate Annual Community Review process of the AP and recommendations.

  • Support to Establish an Accountability Mechanism at Primary Focus Area (PFA) level in the AP.

  • Document and share cross learning with appropriate group/stakeholders.

Required qualifications, experience & competencies

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in MEAL and experience in a donor funded project is preferable with minimum of 3 years’ experience in Community Development.

  • Basic degree in Social Sciences/Development Management/International Development or relevant field.

  • Understand poverty issues, development theories and holistic development.

  • Training and Facilitation skills.

  • Proven report wring skills.

  • Proven management and leadership ability.

  • Good time management and organisational skills.

  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office computer programs, SPSS, Epi info, NViVO and other statistical packages.

  • Good analytical skills.

  • Creativity and innovation.

  • Well-developed written and oral communication skills in Sinhala/Tamil. Fluency in written & spoken English.

  • The position requires field visits and willingness to travel to national office as and when required.

World Vision Lanka offers a competitive remuneration package based on individual competence and skills. If you meet the required criteria and wish to apply for this or any of the available vacancies, select the position you wish to apply for & submit your on-line applicationwith your CV and details of three non-related referees on or before the given closing date.

Only short listed candidates will be notified.

Regional MEAL Specialist

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: Regional Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Specialist

Report to: Regional Programme Manager

Location: Tororo District.

Purpose of the position:

To plan, develop and manage programme performance, monitoring, evaluation, accountability & learning systems and research for World Vision Uganda Regional Programmes in line with the National Office Strategy and establish a knowledge base through using M&E data/information as evidence for accountability and informing decision-making for management purposes, course adjustments, & future designs.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Capacity Building of staff

  • Develop capacity of staff to utilize existing MEAL tools for proper tracking and reporting in line with World Vision Uganda MEAL Framework (LEAP), including coaching and mentoring for staff, partners and other stakeholders on Design, monitoring, evaluation & research.

  • Provide technical guidance and direction related to MEAL plans and systems, performance management at Regional Level.

  • Develop a capacity building and mentorship program for the MEAL team aimed at enhancing their capacity and skills to assume increased MEAL and programming responsibilities in line with WVU MEAL frame work

  • Guide staff in preparing progress reports in accordance with approved LEAP reporting formats and ensure their timely submission. This includes monthly reports, quarterly progress reports, annual reports etc.

Monitoring, accountability and Reporting

  • Develop and lead the implementation of the overall regional MEAL framework including annual project reviews, participatory impact assessments, process monitoring, operations monitoring and lessons-learned workshops

  • Analyze program data and periodic reports from different APs at Regional Level into periodic management reports usable for demonstrating evidence towards progress on National Office Strategy

  • Support all APs at Regional Level including Regional Grants/PNSFs to undertake activity tracking and results based monitoring of outputs and outcomes using standardized reporting templates/ formats, protocols, guides, dashboards and databases ensuring contribution to the National Office Strategy

  • Provide leadership and guidance in roll out of accountability mechanisms for all APs and projects in the region. This includes routine monitoring & reporting on accountability mechanisms within the region

Evidence based Learning and Reflection

  • Promote evidence based learning through undertaking assessments, baselines and evaluations including operations research and documentation at National and program level

  • Analyze and provide monitoring data generated from MEAL systems and used for management purposes in line with appropriate decision making, course adjustments and future designs through reflection and learning forums organized on a regular basis.

  • Support all APs in the region including grants/PNSFs in documenting and disseminating innovations and new research findings related to MEAL

  • Synthesize and summarize trends in AP monitoring data and data generated from evaluations APs at the region that can be used to inform national level programming

  • Take lead on disseminating Evaluation and Outcome Level findings and track Programme/Project utilization of Evaluation findings

  • Work with Programme/Project teams in organizing for annual Evidence Day Celebrations at Regional Level by providing technical leadership and guidance in the process

Design, Planning and Resource acquisition

  • Coordinate the AP Annual Review and Planning process for region

  • Participate in designing of grants/proposals and ensure alignment of grants to the national office strategy and LEAP frame works

  • Support resource acquisition through development of concepts, proposals and response to RFA

Assessments, Evaluations and Research

  • Provide technical guidance in conducting assessments, baselines and Evaluations in line with established LEAP or donor related guidelines.

  • Support and strengthen adoption and use of Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) methodology using Open Data Kit (ODK) or any emerging recommended software for annual monitoring of grants projects outcomes, assessments, evaluations or baseline surveys

  • Contribute to all program development, research and needs assessments by monitoring the changing needs of target communities, identifying opportunities in line with WV Uganda mission & strategy and monitoring international best practices and development trends

  • Monitor and follow up on utilization of recommendations from evaluation surveys across all APs in the region

  • Conduct meta evaluation of all completed program evaluations to establish key learning and recommendations to inform future evaluations

Data Quality Assurance

  • Perform periodic data quality assessments to ensure validity, integrity, precision, reliability and timeliness of all performance data; identify any deficiencies and suggest corrective actions; and assist the technical team members to maintain electronic and hard copy files.

  • Provide technical support to field staff for all APs in the Region on integration of the strategy standard indicators into ongoing or new programs/projects.

  • Plan for and implement program planning and review meetings in line with the national strategy detailed implementation plan/National Annual Operating Plan

  • Track timely implementation and reporting of programs plans

  • Support grants in reviewing management reports as well as other MEAL reports to ensure validated MEAL data and MEAL compliance with recommended guidelines, formats and standards.

  • Provide technical review and input to MEAL deliverables in the region across all APs and or grant projects.

Information Management Systems

  • Provide technical guidance to MEAL teams in the region in line with utilization of national MIS systems (Horizon, GIS, OVC databases, WASH MIS, Automated Database etc.

  • Roll out partnership initiatives from the EARO and Global Centre such as Horizon, GIS etc. in the region

  • Provide meaningful data summaries and visualization to demonstrate impact of WV interventions in the region

  • Support application of statistical software for results based monitoring and evaluation such as SPSS, EPIDATA, EPIINFO, STATA, GIS, ODK etc

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • A Master’s degree in Monitoring & Evaluation, Statistics, Public health, Demography, Biostatistics, or a related field is required.

  • Minimum of five years of work experience in managing data intensive programs in designing, monitoring, and evaluation methodologies is highly desirable.

  • Experience in proposal writing and development, grants management, Report writing, research, monitoring and evaluation skills

  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative M&E data collection and analysis methods, including tracking outcome indicators, is desirable.

  • Knowledge of designing and managing M&E systems at a national level for effective generation of monitoring data used in tracking Programme and improved service delivery and support related to development programming

  • Experience in designing M&E methodologies and tools, and the ability to coach and train others in their use is desirable.

  • Excellent command of MS Excel, and working knowledge of at least two statistical data management packages/software’s (quantitative & qualitative) e.g., SPSS, Nvivo/Nudist, EPIINFO, STATA etc

  • Demonstrated experience in analyzing, interpreting, and reporting on M&E results so that lessons can be learned and incorporated into programming is desirable.

  • Ability to work with inter-disciplinary teams and a wide range of program/project activities

  • Proactive personality, self-driven and strongly motivated

  • Capacity/potential in leadership, relationship management/networking, and coordination.

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

  • Good interpersonal skills, team player, facilitation skills and strong communication skills, both verbal and written

  • Proven conceptual & analytical skills, ability to take an evidence-based approach to programming

  • Strong report writing and communication skills

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically up to 30% of the time, plus occasional international travel

Food Security Coordinator

Food Security Coordinator

N° Offre: HR/EZO/022/FY21

Fondée en 1950, World Vision est l’une des plus grandes organisations chrétiennes internationales d’aide humanitaire d’urgence et de développement à long terme. Elle aide chaque année plus de 100 millions de personnes à lutter contre la pauvreté, la faim et l’injustice dans près de 100 pays et soutient plus de 15 millions d’enfants.

Depuis plus de 20 ans, World Vision est en activité en République Démocratique du Congo. Ses zones d’interventions couvrent les provinces du Haut Katanga, de Lualaba, Tanganyika, de Haut Lomami, de Kinshasa, du Kongo Central, du Kwango, du Sud et Nord Kivu, du Sud, au Kasaï Occidental et Nord Oubangui ainsi que du Maidombe.

World Vision recrute UN (01) Food Security Coordinator qui sera basé(e) à BENI au Nord-Kivu.

But du postece poste est responsable de la mise en œuvre opportune et de bonne qualité de toutes les activités de réponse du GFFO. Les activités sont conçues pour alléger les souffrances des PDI les plus vulnérables et des membres de la communauté d'accueil à Oicha à la suite de la crise de déplacement la plus récente. En outre, les activités de réponse du GFFO doivent être intégrées dans le projet chapeau existant et alignées sur la nouvelle réponse de Beni.

Principales responsabilités :

  1. Elaborer le plan de mise en œuvre conformément aux directives du donateur et aux stipulations de la proposition. Développer des plans de distribution pour les distributions directes de vivres et de NFI. Remplir les différentes exigences de rapport pour le rapport LMMS et également le rapport au donateur GFFO après le chapeau d'approche. Introduire kobocollect ou ONA comme méthode de collecte de données supplémentaire pour harmoniser les différentes normes de reporting et les demandes de données.

  2. Planifier, organiser et soutenir l'évaluation initiale pour identifier les besoins réels dans la zone de santé d'Oicha et identifier les ménages les plus vulnérables. Assurez-vous que les critères de vulnérabilité sont respectés et que l'évaluation fournit toutes les valeurs pour la ligne de base de la réponse. Planifier, organiser et soutenir l'évaluation rapide pour évaluer les succès / défis de la réponse du GFFO. Collaborez avec l'équipe MEAL à la fois sur l'évaluation et l'évaluation rapide.

  3. Développer un système de suivi et de répartition pour l'entrepôt, planifier les quantités de distribution et suivre le processus d'approvisionnement, coordonner l'intervention en espèces avec le partenaire financier, s'assurer que le processus commercial de distribution de VM est strictement suivi, concevoir des procédures d'atténuation de la fraude et superviser le respect de l'équipe. , Élaborer le plan de site et fournir un soutien en logistique et en équipement

  4. Collaborer avec les autorités locales et la société civile, Superviser l'enregistrement des bénéficiaires en atténuant les risques de mouvement entre l'enregistrement et la distribution, Superviser la distribution proprement dite sur site pour atteindre au moins 1100 ménages bénéficiaires superviser 6 personnes Collaborer avec le service de sécurité pour permettre des distributions sûres dans une zone très fragile.

  5. La réponse du GFFO s'inscrit dans l'approche globale du chapeau: détecter les synergies en collaboration avec les autres coordinateurs du chapeau, les activités contribuent aux évaluations globales du chapeau et à l'ajustement de la stratégie du programme. Mettre en œuvre les ajustements dans la stratégie du programme, Aligner la réponse du GFFO sur la réponse de Beni

  6. Gérer tout le processus d’acquisition des intrants nécessaires pour la prise en charge nutritionnelle et assurer que les structures ciblées sont régulièrement approvisionnées et que les intrants sont bien gérés;

Qualifications: Education / Connaissance / Aptitudes Techniques et ExpérienceEXIGENCES:

  • minimum de cinq ans de travail dans le domaine de la sécurité alimentaire / des moyens de subsistance avec une ONG

  • Doit avoir le sens de travailler dans un environnement multiculturel ;

  • Capacité à communiquer oralement et par écrit

  • Doit être attentif aux détails ;

  • Doit être un chrétien engagé, capable de se tenir au-dessus des diversités confessionnelles ;

  • Assister et participer aux dévotions quotidiennes et aux services hebdomadaires de la chapelle ;

  • Effectuer d'autres tâches au besoin.

  • Doit détenir un diplôme universitaire en nutrition, santé publique , sciences sociales et études en développement ,

  • Capable de travailler dans un environnement multiculturel et stressant ;

  • Bonne connaissance du français, swahili et le kinande. La connaissance de l'anglais est un atout majeur.

ATTITUDES ET COMPORTEMENT

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

CONSTITUTION DU DOSSIER DE CANDIDATURE :

Envoyer votre dossier de candidature (lettre de motivation portant mention du numéro de l’offre, CV avec 3 personnes de références des employeurs précédents dont une référence ecclésiastique , le casier judiciaire, une copie carte de demandeur d’emploi délivré par l’ONEM et les copies des autres documents nécessaires pouvant appuyer votre dossier) sous pli fermé avec mention du numéro de l’offre adressé au Directeur des Ressources Humaines au plus tard le 10 Mars 2021 à 16h00’, et avec objet «Food Security Coordinator » à déposer au bureau de WORLD VISION à Beni .

Les candidatures féminines sont très encouragées.

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LA DIRECTION.

DME Coordinator WASH

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for overall monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the project to the donor. She/ he will have to develop monitoring and evaluations systems, plan and framework outlining indicators and data flow for the project to ensure targets and quality standards of interventions are met. The position reports to the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and a matrix reporting to WASH Technical Programme Manager.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

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

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected

10 %

Carry out quality assessments for all new programs and projects ensuring alignment to CWBO, LEAP and NO strategy.

Assessment reports

10 %

Ensure that programs and project baseline are conducted to identify benchmark statistics for quality programming.

Baselines conducted and reports produced and disseminated

10 %

Ensure that programs/ projects designs and re-designs are prepared that are integrated and aligned to the NO strategy, LEAP and CWBO.

Programs and projects design documents with logframes, DIP, ITTS and M&E Plans

15 %

Prepare and update monitoring tools that will be used in all programmes to ensure alignment to the design documents or project proposals

Data collection tools for all indicators developed, staff trained and tools being used

10 %

Facilitate evaluations for programs and projects in working with consultants to measure program contribution towards CWBO.

Evaluations conducted and reports produced and disseminated

10 %

Attend DME stakeholders meetings both regional level to support new initiatives by both the partnership and stakeholders on M&E. Network and coordinate with all stakeholders at regional level to support new initiatives by both the partnership and stakeholders on M&E

Meeting attended to learn on new partnership initiatives

5 %

Ensures that program transitions and sustainability strategies are developed in alignment with LEAP.

Program transition plans developed

10 %

Plan for regular learning’s for program to identify lessons through conducting research and reflections.

Monthly reflections with APs and TPs

10 %

Conduct DME trainings for project and program staff to ensure proper programming and alignment to DME framework and CWBO.

DME trainings conducted and skill DME competencies enhanced

5 %

Manage all data collected from surveys to ensure accuracy to influence quality programming.

Quality data management ensured in adherence to data quality management protocols

5 %

Provide technical Support before, during, and after evaluations to influence quality programming

DME Technical support provided

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

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

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  1. Bachelor of Arts in social sciences with major in statistics, demography or related field

  2. Training in Information technology, monitoring and evaluation and database management

  3. Ability to use Microsoft programs including Word, Excel, Access and statistical analytical packages including SPSS and Stata

  4. Ability to work to deadlines and attention to detail

  5. Previous experience in similar role

  6. Previous experience in humanitarian organization setting is added advantage

List additional work experience required as a minimum qualification for this position.

  1. Experience in Programme Design including development of Logical Frameworks and indicators

  2. Experience in Database development, management and programme monitoring

  3. Experience in Programme Evaluations, including development of evaluations, data collection, and management of consultants and reporting.

  4. Experience in report writing (management and donor reports)

  5. Mobile data collection and GIS Mapping an added advantage

License, registration, or certification required to perform this position:

If applicable, include language requirement(s) as a minimum qualification for this position.

  1. [Requirement]

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

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  1. Analytic, planning and problem solving skills

  2. Communication, leadership, team management, negotiation and risk management skills

List additional work experience preferred for this position.

Work Environment:

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Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

AHAN Agriculture and Livestock Technical Officer (Temporary)

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION

World Vision (WV) was awarded a multi-million EUR grant from the European Union (EU) to lead a consortium of partners to implement their Accelerating Health Agriculture and Nutrition (AHAN) project under pillar three of the EU Partnership for Improved Nutrition in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR). Consortium partners include World Vision Australia (lead) with 4 implementing partners: World Vision Laos, Agronomes et Vétérinaires Sans Frontière (AVSF), Green Community Development Association (GCDA) and the Burnet Institute.

The AHAN Project has the Overall Objective of creating supportive conditions for enhanced household nutrition through the following Outcomes: 1) Improved access to and availability of sufficient and/or diverse foods year round; 2) Improved dietary and care practices among Women of Reproductive Age (WRA, 15-49 years) and children under five years (CU5); 3) Reduced incidence of selected Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) related diseases/illnesses linked to undernutrition; 4) Improved gender equitable relations at the household level, particularly in decision-making and distribution of workload; and 5) Strengthened multi-sector coordination and support for nutrition. The project will be implemented across 12 districts in three provinces over 36 months.

For its part, AVSF is in charge of the agriculture and livestock component, with the objective of improving the availability and access to diversified food all year round, through support activities for crop production (particularly rice production, market gardening and fruit farming) and animal husbandry (including poultry and cricket raising). As part of the support to livestock, AVSF will work on the establishment (or resumption of activity) of 124 Village Veterinary Workers (training, support). The project also includes activities to improve post-harvest practices such as storage and processing of products. AVSF will coordinate with GCDA who will support the marketing of products and with World Vision who will establish savings groups and support village millers.

The Technical Officer (Agriculture and Livestock) is under the technical supervision of the Technical Advisor in Agriculture and under the hierarchical responsibility of the Team Leader (Line Manager). He/she works in close relationship with the Technical Officer based at the same targeted area and the District Operational Team Leader (WV).

The role of the Technical Officer (Agriculture and Livestock) is to take part in planning and on-site implementation of activities related to the field of agriculture: crops in open fields (paddy), market gardening and fruits, as well as post-harvest management (drying, processing, storage).

  • Organize and implement, in team with DAFO staff, the following activities described in the project proposal: nutrition-sensitive value chain analysis, technical training on primary and secondary crops, market gardening and fruit farming, distribution of low-cost productive inputs, training and support to post-harvest processing and storage practices; For livestock aspect to train 840 households to undertake animal raising and 1200 households to undertake insect farming; train, support and resource 120 Village Veterinary Workers;

  • Contribute to the following, in team with the other Technical Officers and under the leadership of the Advisors:

  • Specify the methodology for activity implementation;

  • Set criteria and method setting for beneficiary selection;

  • Development of training curriculum;

  • Set work plans;

  • Set indicators for monitoring & evaluation;

  • Write activity reports;

  • Participate in meetings and technical workshops, as required by the Management team, inside and outside the districts and provinces of intervention;

  • Contribute to the definition of AVSF Lao PDR strategy orientation;

  • Contribute to the advocacy, communication and associative life of AVSF in Lao PDR and in general.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

A. Building relationships within communities

1. Build close relationships and actively learn within partner communities, through home visits, staying overnight with host families, community events, etc.

2. Build good relationships that communicate World Vision’s mission, values and identity to all appropriate stakeholders, including community groups, local authorities and other NGOs.

3. Manage proactive and responsive relationship with Project Partners, Government stakeholders, and other partners in the field.

B. Building capacities

1. Plan and implement all aspects of project activities in target district, ensuring that all Partners meet their obligations under the project, and meet WV and EU compliance standards

2. Develop clear work plans and ensure quality and timeliness of all program interventions. Develop yearly district work plan and budget, in keeping with the project proposal and activity plans

3. Facilitate formation and ongoing capacity building of communities for holistic sustainable development, ensuring ownership of outcomes by communities.

4. Train partner community groups on appropriate skills and self-assessment methods to build their capacity for management of local initiatives.

C. Learning within community

1. Facilitate community (including children and the marginalized) to participate in the gathering of, reflection upon and learning from local information.

2. Participate in and support the implementation of project measurement and program/project evaluation and facilitate community learning from results.

3. Promote communities to share and learn from their own experiences as part of confidence and capacity building.

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

D. Planning and implementation with community

1. Actively support the Operations Team Lead and District Coordinator in assessment and work plan design processes and collaborate with community nd partners in project planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting processes relevant to assigned area.

2 Ensure that gender analysis, and child protection protocols are integrated within WV initiatives in their assigned communities.

3. Raise awareness and facilitate critical analysis of community issues and opportunities.

4. Mobilize local resources, community planning, participation and ownership for development initiatives.

E. Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Communication

1. Establish and maintain effective project reporting, monitoring, evaluation, and communication systems.

2. Submit timely, accurate data, ensuring quality data collection and analysis.

3. Prepare and submit all reporting requirements ensuring they are on time and meet minimum standards. Ensure any problems or challenges are effectively communicated so that delays can be overcome and the project goals achieved.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Bachelor Degree or Diploma in relevant field.

  • 3-5 years’ experience in working with the rural community on Agriculture, Livestock, Nutrition, Health, Gender or WASH activities

  • Demonstrated experience working in collaboration with District Government on coordination activities

  • 3-5 years’ experience on community mobilization, with demonstrable skills resulting in community behavior change

  • Strong training and facilitation skills, with experience training community volunteers on WASH, Nutrition, or Gender

  • Strong field work and project monitoring experience demonstrating ability to ensure quality deliverables of the project

  • Fluent in local ethnic language and Lao (dependent on target District)

  • Must understand and agree with WV’s vision, mission and Core Values

  • Must be willing to work and stay overnight at the target village areas

  • Must be willing to work within a team

  • Must be willing to learn new things

  • Experience in data collection and report writing

  • Must know how to drive and have a license to drive motorcycle

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Expected to travel 80% of the time in the target village areas

Interested candidates are invited to submit a COVER LETTER and CV to the address below. Please indicate the POSITION TITLE. Deadline for application is 10 March 2021, however applicants are encouraged to apply early as applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and the position will close early if a suitable candidate is found.

Women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Full Job Description is available by contacting through email below

Mail: People and Culture Department

P.O. Box 312 Vientiane 01005

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.wvi.org/laos

Technical Director, Urban Programming

*For World Vision internal applicants only.

*Please submit your CV in English.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The Urban Programming Technical Director is the strategic and technical leader progressing WV’s Transformational Development mandate in urban contexts, stable and fragile, as per our global strategy. In Our Promise – Going Further¸ the urban ministry will be scaled up as part of the strategic initiative “Addressing Vulnerability”. The Urban Programming Technical Director will work directly to support and provide technical guidance to Field, Regional and Support Offices, Global Capitals and select Global Centre teams to improve our impact on the most vulnerable children and families in urban contexts. They will provide strategic leadership for the scale up of WV’s urban ministry through working closely

with Global Field Operations and global GAM team to leverage existing and new resources and capacities in urban programs. Through leading high-profile external engagement, the Technical Director’s role is key for positioning WV as global leader in urban programming, with a niche focus on most vulnerable children in poorest, most violent and fragile cities.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide strategic and technical leadership for the scale up of WV’ Urban Ministry as part of SI “Addressing vulnerability”:

  • Lead the urban workstream of the SI “Addressing vulnerability”.

  • Work with other workstream leads to articulate the intersectionality between extreme vulnerability accelerators in urban and fragile contexts.

  • Prepare for and participate – when required – in WV Leadership dialogues on urban ministry scale up (including SRSC, Board meetings, Triennial Council and Global Leadership Summit).

  • Provide strategic thought leadership on Urban Ministry across the Partnership.

  • Coordinate with GFO, global GAM, and TSO to leverage existing and new resources and capacities in urban areas.

Lead the continual improvement of WV’s urban programming across the Partnership:

  • Co-lead with Global Field Operations the mainstreaming of the Urban Ministry Model and Urban Programming Approach across the Partnership.

  • Support the development of case studies of innovative, promising urban practices that reflect the key elements of WV's Urban Ministry Model.

  • Support the development of funding options for urban ministry.

  • Lead the integration of urban lens in Strategy toolkit and MVC mapping processes.

  • Support the adaptation of project models and approaches, when required, to urban fragile and stable contexts.

  • Support the roll out and adaptation of WV’s Fragile Contexts Programming Approach in fragile cities and other fragile urban environments.

  • Co-lead with Horizon team the mapping of WV’s urban footprint in fragile and stable contexts.

Lead external engagement on Urban Ministry:

  • Represent WV’s Urban Ministry in key global events, networks/alliances and public speaking opportunities.

  • Contribute to externally targeted communication materials about WV’s Urban Ministry and Urban Programming Approach through web presence, including content on wvi.org and wvi.org/urban.

  • Raise WV’s profile as a thought leader on urban programming, especially in fragile cities.

Support Knowledge Management:

  • Oversee and expand the reach of the Urban Community of Practice.

  • Contribute to internally targeted communication material about WV’s Urban Ministry and Urban Programming Approach through wvcentral and the urban CoP newsletter.

Provide technical input for capacity building processes and resources:

  • Support the development and dissemination of competency framework for staff in urban and urban fragile contexts.

  • Support the development and dissemination of e-learning modules for programming in urban fragile and stable contexts.

Supervise and mentor urban programming advisor:

  • Provide supervision to urban programming advisor.

  • Mentor and coach urban programming advisor and ensure they have access to opportunities for professional growth and improvement.

  • Provide matrix management and leadership of secondments as allocated for the scale-up from FY21.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Minimum of 10 years-experience in International Development and Urban Programming, including at least 3 years direct field experience involving programme related work.

  • A proven record of collaborating with leaders in a cross-cultural setting.

  • 7-10 years hands on experience working in a field directly related to urban across fragile and stable contexts in cross-cultural environments.

  • A proven experience of external engagement and public speaking.

  • Master’s degree in international development, community development, urban planning and management, urbanism, social sciences or any related field.

Preferred:

  • Strong understanding of the urban development and humanitarian industry and key global urban players.

  • Experience of working with urban communities in stable and fragile developing countries.

  • Strong leadership skills.

  • Strong communication and influencing skills, especially with departmental leaders.

  • Strong analytical, organizational, coordination, planning, facilitation skills.

  • Strong negotiation, decision making and problem-solving skills.

  • Strategic thinking and analytical skills.

  • Understand financial management and resource allocation.

  • Demonstrated collaboration skills and effective relationship management skills.

  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

MEAL Assistant

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: MEAL Assistant

Report to: MEAL Officer

Location: West Nile

Purpose of the position:

The monitoring and evaluation assistant will support the project in the provision of systematic data and management of up to date databases for timely and evidence based reporting and ensure quality programming and accountability. He/she will support the project in systematic data collection through routine monitoring of field level project activities on a timely manner to aid evident reporting, to ensure quality programming and accountability within the framework of World Vision and donor standards and guidelines at settlement level.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Learning and Reporting.

  • Take part in periodic project Review Meetings.

  • Support M&E officer in the compilation of Monthly, Quarterly, Bi annual and annual reports through provision of timely accurate and updated data.

  • Prepare monthly and Quarterly activity progress report and submit to the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and Child Protection Coordinator.

  • Oversee the documentation of best practices, lessons learnt, assessment reports

  • Prepare and submit bi-weekly project progress reports.

  • Ensure proper filing of project documents and reports.

  • Participate and represent MEAL Team in quarterly reflection meetings with project team

Support for MEAL Team Operations.

  • Perform Routine monitoring of field activities (data collection, processing and entry) and assist in both quantitative and qualitative analysis & preparation of draft M&E reports that will allow for an enhanced output analysis.

  • Take lead in conducting all program assessments to assess the project outcomes and provide actionable recommendations to improve the program.

  • Participate in the setup of a Robust Community Help Desk as a forum to receive community issues and provide timely feedback.

  • Document human interest and success stories to facilitate qualitative outcomes of the intervention on the beneficiaries including best practices and lessons learnt.

Data management

  • Perform Routine data processing, entry and assist in both quantitative and qualitative analysis & preparation of M&E reports.

  • Take lead in systematic data collection through assessments to assess the baseline, outcomes and provide actionable recommendations to improve the project.

  • Keenly track project progress through standardized data collection tools and methodologies

  • Support the project team with data management, identifying programmatic issues and prompt corrective actions to enhance the project objectives.

  • Maintain confidentiality and observe data protection and other associated guidelines

  • Ensure compliance and processing protocols in order to meet standards for quality and accuracy.

  • Capture data into the World Vision database and share the findings with the relevant stakeholders.

  • Give updates on issues related to quality and assist in implementing actions to address compromise in data quality

  • Carry out Routine Field Monitoring of Project interventions and take part in the design of data collection tools to track Project progress

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following; Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Computer & IT, Social Sciences, Development studies, or any related course. Additional training in monitoring and evaluation is an added advantage

  • At least 3 years relevant experience with international organizations in research, monitoring and evaluation of, and reporting on complex (development) programs.

  • Practical experience of at least 2 years designing and implementing Monitoring & Evaluation activities for either Livelihood, Education & Child Protection.

  • Past experience working with interagency Data Protection Protocol

  • Experience in Research and assessment in humanitarian situation, including planning

  • Past exposure and experience with community, stakeholders, children work and coordination

  • Working knowledge of humanitarian industry including sphere standards, NGO code of conduct and humanitarian charter

  • Possess the ability to work with different partners, local authorities, local organizations and NGOs to develop and maintain positive relationships

  • Keen interest and enthusiasm in working for and with children

  • Relevant experience in data input/ data clerk

  • Awareness of children’s rights

  • Comply with the organization’s child protection policy and code of conduct.

  • Very strong communication skills

  • Cross-cultural sensitivity, flexible world view, emotional maturity and physical stamina

  • Self-motivated and a self-starter.

Humanitarian Information and Reporting Officer - Erbil

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The HIRO is responsible for assisting FAIRC and Project Coordinator on reporting and accounting of the food voucher project. This is done through IT systems, Commodity Tracking System, and other reporting formats as prescribed by the donor.

The holder of the position should communicate World Vision’s ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Coordination and Management

  • Assist the HIRC on consolidation of monthly commodity reports from the field into the CTS database in order to produce major reports (CSS, CSR, RSR, and LSR) to donors and other stakeholders.

  • Ensure timely submission of the replication and backups which include field reports, reports etc. by 7th of every month for timely consolidation at the NO.

  • Updating FGDB project progress reports

  • Liaise with Field Coordinators to ensure timely submission of beneficiary lists and backups by 10th of every month,

  • Maintain a neat, organized and chronological filing system, ensuring that hard copies of the recommended reports are available and easy to access at any required time.

  • Update the Loss claim registers and loss files to make sure that the soft copy and the files are up to date for easy accessibility on monthly basis.

  • Make frequent visits to the field locations to assist in CTS documentation and accountability.

  • Collect all the receipts and dispatch summary of vouchers, loss reports, physical inventory, warehouse inspection report, distribution summaries and distribution center visit reports.

  • Responsible to verify physical inventory for all the vouchers to ensure that the book balances match the actual stock in the warehouses, voucher custody and explanations provided for any variances.

  • Review invoices and other Cooperating Partner reports

  • Ensure with preparing all the shops/MTA payments and submit them to finance

Coordination and collaboration

  • Works closely with the HIRC, project coordinator, distribution staff and Field Coordinators, Team leaders on all CTS/reporting issues.

  • Work closely with the Support personnel in all aspects of the technology readiness and rollout, in addition to providing feedback to, and receiving technical instructions from,

  • Developer Officers on IT upgrades, maintenance and new developments.

  • Takes part in the capacity development with field staff to ensure adequate CTS coverage.

  • Work with the HIRC Managers to supervise and provide training for all other WFP voucher staff especially.

Capacity Development

  • Takes part in the capacity development with field staff to ensure adequate CTS coverage.

  • Work with the HIRO Managers to supervise and provide training for all other WFP voucher staff especially.

Other Roles

  • Represent the NO in food assistance forums as advised by NO management

  • Perform any other duties as required by the Project Manager or his/her designee.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in computer Science or IT or any other related course from a recognized University.

  • Minimum 3 years of work experience in Emergency Response in Food Assistance Program Management.

  • Solid networking skills – able to set up, securing and administer wireless ad-hoc peer-to-peer networks. Ability to isolate and troubleshoot network connectivity difficulties accordingly and through running IP configuration tools, resetting wireless connections. Understands TCP/IP protocol.

  • Solid background in the Window Operating System – XP in particular. Comfortable invoking, stopping or restarting System Services, installing and uninstalling software, creating user groups and setting up user privileges.

  • Knowledgeable of Relational Database Management Systems – exposure to MySQL highly desirable, including the use of database management tools (such as MySQL Query Browser and Administrator).

  • Ability to troubleshoot IT problems – both hardware and identify software failings. Aware of how to log, track and systematically troubleshoot IT problems.

  • Very comfortable supporting end-users.

  • Must have strong analytical, problem solving and organizational skills with an attention to details.

  • Requires the ability to effectively present concepts to lay users in various settings and by various means (verbal and written).

  • English, Arabic and Kurdish.

Work Environment

  • Within Iraq governorates

DME Coordinator - PAP

Titre du poste :

DME Coordinator- (1 position pour Port-au-Prince)

Objectif du poste

Le Coordonnateur de Conception, Suivi et Évaluation organise des activités de suivi et évaluation telles qu’indiquées par le Manager de l’unité en coordination avec les autres coordonnateurs de terrain afin d’assurer la qualité et l’intégration des interventions programmatiques découlant des lignes ministérielles.

Activités Principales

1-Effectuer le processus de conception et ré-conception des programmes, projets et dautres initiatives

  • Fournir une orientation technique aux membres du personnel de terrain, des programmes de zone et d’autres acteurs sur la théorie du changement et de matrice de cadre logique.

  • Mettre en œuvre les outils de suivi et évaluation selon les étapes du LEAP. 

  • Sassurer de la participation d’experts techniques dans les processus de suivi et évaluation.

  • velopper des matrices de cadre logique.

  • velopper et concevoir des documents selon les formats proposés par le LEAP.

  • Concevoir des processus de ré-conception.

2-Concevoir et mettre en œuvre des processus et des mécanismes de suivi de performance et d’impact des actions de la World Vision International Haïti

  • S’assurer de la conformité du système de suivi et évaluation avec le LEAP en fournissant une assistance technique et de formation aux différents cadres de terrain.

  • S’assurer de la qualité des indicateurs du cadre logique ainsi que le plan de suivi et évaluation.

  • Sassurer de l’intégration des thèmes transversaux dans la conception des projets.

3-Exécuter des processus de suivi et évaluation des programmes et projets afin de démontrer leur efficacité et efficience

  • velopper des outils pour mesurer les indicateurs en coordination avec les autres secteurs.

  • Coordonner les processus de ligne de base et d’évaluation.

  • Conduire la collecte, lanalyse et l’interprétation des données.

  • Rédiger des termes de référence.

  • Capturer et communiquer lapprentissage.

4-Concevoir des mécanismes de suivi et évaluation pour la systématisation des bonnes pratiques et leçons apprises relative à l’implémentation des projets

  • Coordonner les processus de ré-conception et d’évaluation.

  • Fournir des informations de suivi et évaluation aux différentes parties prenantes.

  • Gérer les processus de réflexion et apprentissage organisationnel.

5-Développer la compétence des cadres de l’unité DME en vue dune programmation conforme au LEAP

  • Sassurer de lorientation des cadres sur les politiques et normes du LEAP.

  • Sassurer de la formation des équipes techniques sur le rapportage.

Connaissances, compétences et capacités

Education

  1. Etre détenteur dun Diplômé d’une Université accréditée et/ou formation/expérience combinée en statistique, agronomie, économie appliquée, gestion de projet ou un domaine connexe.

  2. Démontrer une bonne connaissance des applications informatiques y compris Microsoft Office, aussi des logiciels statistiques (tels que SPSS, CSPro ect.) et de plates formes de collecte de données (ODK, Survey CTO ect.).

Expérience supplémentaire :

  • Avoir au moins 5 ans d’expérience en gestion de programme et de mise en œuvre de projets multisectoriels (USAID/ACDI/EU/BID/BM/CRS).

  • Avoir une très bonne connaissance en suivi et évaluation de projet, en dautres termes, une bonne expérience dans la rédaction des outils de suivi et évaluation (Cadre logique, plan de suivi, plan d’implémentation détaillé, etc.). Très versé en Anglais et lEspagnol.

  • Maitrise du Français (oral et écrit).

Préférences :

  • Licence dans une Université reconnue en Statistiques, Agronomie, Gestion des Systèmes dinformation et/ou disciplines connexes.

  • Excellente capacité d’analyse et de rédaction.

  • Etre capable d’exprimer clairement ses idées à l’oral ou à l’écrit tout en respectant les règles grammaticales.

  • Bonne expérience dans l’utilisation des logiciels statistiques, SPSS est préférable.

  • Avoir au moins 5 ans minimum dans la conception, le suivi et l’évaluation de projet.

  • Avoir une très bonne expérience avec les Grants de donateurs tels USAID, UE, DFID.

Environnement de travail

La position exige la capacité et la volonté deffectuer des voyages domestiques et internationaux jusqu'à 70% du temps.