Restaurando a dignidade

Desastres e crises podem atacar em qualquer lugar. Mas nos países em desenvolvimento, o impacto pode ser particularmente devastador. Ajude-nos a proteger vidas, restaurar a dignidade e renovar a esperança nos lugares mais difíceis do mundo, onde as crianças mais precisam de nós. A sua visão é a nossa visão?

Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Specialist – Rohingya


The Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Specialist – Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program will be a member of the Cash Food Security an Livelihoods Sector and will provide technical support and direction in the design, implementation, quality assurance and program strategy development for the WV Bangladesh – Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program. The role will input into the scale-up of core project models in alignment with WVI’s global sectoral strategic objectives while keeping in line with the Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program Response Strategy. S/he is expected to provide support directly to field teams, working closely with a range of program implementers and senior management teams.


Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Specialist will report to Cash, Food Security and Livelihoods Team Lead and will work in liaison with the Grant Acquisition Management (GAM) and Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning (MEAL) team and other sectors.


Technical Support:

  • Provide technical support in the acquisition. design and implementation of Cash, Food Security and Livelihoods (CFSL)Programming to ensure the projects reach the intended beneficiaries and achieved the intended outcomes in alignment with context, humanitarian needs and response strategy as well as operational feasibility and technical quality.

  • Strive to create and use standardized tools and practices, including SOPs, training manuals and work plans, where appropriate, across projects/programs in the Myanmar Bangladesh Rohingya Refugee Crisis Program.

  • Provide technical support during implementation processes of CFSL Sector projects ensuring that donors and WV standards are adhered.

  • Master CTP modalities and apply knowledge for innovative programming as a methodology of WV Bangladesh humanitarian response.

  • Carry out systematized project/program monitoring visits and provide structured feedback in a way that can improve project/ program progress and impact.

  • Provide support the response in the integration of resilience into programming and assist in creating emergency preparedness plans to achieve targeted response to food insecurity, livelihoods and protection.

  • Quality review of donor reports related to the CFSL.

  • Ensure that key cross-cutting themes, such as Child Protection, community participation, partner capacity building, good M&E, coordination, inclusion of women, and inclusion of disadvantaged groups are emphasized and integrated into all projects/programs.

Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning:

  • In collaboration with the MEAL team, the Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Specialist will provide technical support in the design, implementation of MEAL system and structures. The Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Specialist is responsible to ensure that all the receommendation and feedback from MEAL system is used to inform quality implementation of the program. The Specialist will provide support in rolling out quantitative and qualitative monitoring and evaluation approaches aiming to build contextually-grounded learning into program activities for Myanmar Bangladesh refugee Crisis Response Program.

  • Work closely with the project, NO and Regional based teams to publish relevant lessons learnt and/or case studies regarding CTP within the Bangladesh context.

  • Facilitate setting up of monitoring systems for all cash transfer projects (post distribution monitoring, onsite/agents monitoring, market monitoring, etc) as required by each grant and oversee/lead data collection, analysis, and reporting as per donor's and WVI DMT requirements in coordination with other DME functions of WVSL.

  • Review and ensure reports related to funds distributed to beneficiaries or vendors and number of beneficiaries (adult male / female, boys and girls) are produced on time for submission and tally with the reports produced by other department.

External Networking & Representation:

  • Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with member of Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Response cluster technical groups.

  • Ensuring high-visibility of WV Bangladesh portfolio, representation and technical leadership among peer organizations

  • Represent WV Bangladesh CFSL programming on a regional level to relevant bodies and networks, including clusters, working groups, task forces and donor meetings, and identify changes to their policies and priorities that may create opportunities or threats for the programme objectives.

  • Engage with donors at regional level in support of fundraising, profile-raising and scoping of opportunities, working in close collaboration with colleagues at Regional and Headquarters level.

Fundraising and Capacity Development:

  • Proactively conduct trainings and develop the capacity of in-country staff working on CTP interventions through mentorship, accompaniment and inhouse training.

  • Support Myanmar Bangladesh Rohingya Refugee Crisis Program in effective resource management, including identifying and addressing technical capacity gaps and if necessary staff recruitment.

  • Provide support and technical capacity building to key staff in field offices.

  • Proactively identify programming opportunities through field observation as well as by developing relationships with key donors and partners working in FSL, economic empowerment, and resilience-based programming.

  • Engage directly with donors as required, presenting approaches, concept notes and funding proposals in collaboration with hub and regional office.


  • Work closely with the security team to develop and maintain systems that ensure the safety and security of the team and beneficiaries when implementing CTP.


  • First Degree in Social Sciences/Business or related field.

  • 5 years experience in Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods Programming.

  • 5 years of relevant experience in Cash Transfers Programming.

  • Fluency in English and the relevant other UN language, if it is officially used in the country.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience is use of E-Vouchers and direct cash distribution.

  • Experience using WFP SCOPE and Last Mile Mobile Solution.

  • Experience working in refugee or IDP Camp settings.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Be prepared to travel to implementation sites and regional, global meetings as required.

Project Coordinator


Project Coordinator – Erbil

Purpose of position:

To effectively co-ordinate the implementation of a food assistance project through digital skills training and professional support to vulnerable Syrian refugees, Internally Displaced Iraqis and host communities in various Governorates of Iraq.

The Project coordinator will work closely with project managers to ensure creating sustainable livelihood opportunities for vulnerable communities by transforming and making their skills “portable”, giving them access to the digital workplace and the future of work, as well as providing them with opportunities to generate income and improve household food security and ensuring compliance to Donor and World Vision requirements /guidelines and uphold commitment to beneficiary entitlement.

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


Coordination and Management

  • Ensure the project activities implementation as per the project planning in co-operation with the Project Manager

  • Perform monitoring for all project activities to ensure proper implementation.

  • Attend and represent WVI at the coordination meetings (clusters and others) as agreed with the PM.

  • Ensure liaison with other international and national NGOs, camp management, relevant local administration and institutions for coordination and cooperation relevant sector

  • Support the PM with the management of budget expenditures for project activities as per WV standards.

  • Keep abreast of all (potential) changes in the sector and ensure communication on this to the PM.

  • Regularly update PM on project’s progress and to timely inform about issues related to the project and propose solutions to further implementation.

  • Preparation of the monthly and quarterly project reviews and follow-up of key actions with the support of the Project Manager

  • Ensure programme compliance to Humanitarian Accountability standards.

  • Ensure that all resources earmarked to target populations are properly handled, stored, transported, distributed, tracked, fully accounted for and reported on according to World Vision standard procedures and Donor policy.

  • Visit target communities on regular basis to get their perceptions and experience so as to assist in planning and implementing relevant community-oriented programs.

  • Facilitate the identification designing and implementing of appropriate training needs for district staff and target communities.

Staff Management

  • Ensure effective and efficient management of the direct reports

  • Develop staff planning

  • Perform staff appraisal, promote staff capacity building by identifying support needs and report the suggestions to the Project Manager

  • Keep a positive, flexible and dynamic work environment

  • Leads capacity development with field staff to ensure competency levels which allow staff to do their work accordingly.

Work with the Project Managers to supervise and provide training for all the staff.

Coordination and Collaboration

  • Co-ordinate with other Agencies, Local Authorities and Government stakeholder in the District and ensure that food voucher project is targeted to the appropriate target population (IDPs).

  • To co-ordinate and foster relations with other World Vision Programs in the district so as to ensure proper allocation and sharing of resources.

  • Participate in regular coordination meetings in WV and outside agencies including the donor.

Project Filing

  • Ensure project sector documentation is up to date and audit compliant

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

  • At least Bachelor’s degree in IT, English, Business Administration, General Management, or related field.

  • Minimum 3 years of work experience in Education Management.

  • Fluent in English, Arabic and/or Kurdish (speaking and writing).

  • Effective in written and oral communication in English and Arabic/Kurdish.

  • Computer aptitude and experience with word processors.

  • Good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural sensitivity.

  • Ability to work in a challenging situation (camp settings).

  • Ability to cope and work under pressure.

  • Well-organized, self-motivated, solution oriented, independent and ability to work in a team.

  • Knowledge of commodities & logistics operations, specifically those that relate to distributions, handling, reporting, tracking, monitoring etc.

  • Full adherence to World Vision Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.

  • Self-disciplined with good time management skills.

  • The ability to produce clear and well organized documents.

  • Proven planning, team work and managerial experience and skills.

  • At least one-year experience in project management working with international organizations.

  • Experience in Community Mobilization activities.

  • Work experience with budget management and procurement procedures.

  • Management experience (especially managing the diverse team of staff/ volunteers).

Work Environment

Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.

Food Security and Livelihoods Manager, Somalia


To provide overall leadership and team management and coordinate management of food security and livelihood initiatives and projects and ensure facilitation of smooth, cost effective, efficient management of resources and timely implementation of project activities by supporting, supervising and coordinating the activities and staff in realizing program objectives and the management and decision-making on the Food Security and Livelihood projects. To assess, design, implement and document various WV funded (OFDA, Gift Catalogue) projects geared towards creating self-sufficiency and improved household food security among the poor rural communities of Somalia.


Leadership and Management:

  • Provide leadership to the project team in fulfilling of the project objectives.

  • Provide guidance and create conditions necessary for the effective execution of project by the staff team, partners as well as the community.

Project Assessment, Design Implementation and Monitoring:

  • Ensure that all document guiding implementation such as budgets, DIPs, projections are developed and/ or periodically updated used correctly.

  • Implement and support sustainable agriculture and livelihood projects implementation in the region.

  • Implement and support community-based disaster risk management.

  • Support livelihoods emergency response and transition.

  • Provide oversight for livelihoods evidence building across the Program implementation areas.

  • In consultation with the Program Development & Quality Assurance department and in partnership with local institutions and partners, contribute to the development of concept papers/proposals for new projects on ongoing basis.

  • Ensure that projects are designed with agricultural technology and innovation packages aimed at creating self-sufficiency, enhancing food security status of local community and improving their water and rangeland/ pasture management systems.

  • Ensure that baseline data on existing agro-pastoralism/pastoralism, farming and water management technique is updated.

  • Regular monitoring and reporting of project implementation.

  • Ensure timely Submission of quality narratives, monthly, quarterly and annual program reports to the Program Officer/AM.

  • Initiate market based/ whole value chain agricultural intervention approach by linking farmer/pastoralist groups to private sector market agencies.

  • Capture and incorporate challenges and lessons learnt through, monitoring and evaluation, in the future proposal designs.

  • Develop and guide training focusing on issues of germ-plasm selection, improved farming practices (good livestock and animal husbandry, pasture/rangeland/water resource management and agroforestry practices.

  • Ensure that women are involved as beneficiaries in food security/agriculture trainings and are given technical support.

  • Provide Technical backstopping/agronomical technical assistance and follow ups to all food security and livelihood activities in the program area.

Maintain and create strategic partnerships and networks with donors, Government departments, UN, other NGOs, local community groups and other stakeholders:

  • Keep and share information from INGO meetings, government correspondences and internal World Vision Lessons Learned.

  • Ensure that World Vision is represented in coordination forums and review meetings.

  • Coordinate community mobilization activities and ensure that community, fully participate in selecting the beneficiaries and project sites, availing the local labor and materials as per the project design.

Staff Management and Capacity Building:

  • Ensure that recruitments are conducted as per HR policy and local considerations.

  • Ensure staff appraisals are done and clear performance goals agreed upon.

  • Ensure that all project staff grievances and disciplinary issues are managed appropriately.

  • Ensure that staff capacities are developed and constantly improved to meet the challenges of their job by conducting training needs assessment and organizing workshop for the staff.

Community and Community Based Organisation (CBO) Capacity Building and Linkages:

  • Work with the Technical Unit, conduct training needs assessment and coordinate delivery of capacity building to communities.

  • Ensure that training plans and curriculum for the community and the CBOs are in place.

  • Coordinate training of training for communities and CBOs to help create or improve productive assets for food production for household consumption and marketing.

  • Work with communities to explore the Indigenous Technical Knowledge on Rangeland and Natural Resource Management.

  • Ensure that enhanced DRR and rangeland Management are well understood and being executed by the Community.

Financial and Budget Controls:

  • Establish and oversee implementation of sound financial systems for efficiently controlling the quality of technical food security and livelihood project works/activities by closely tracking work progress against payment and work plans

  • and controlling the quality of final project outputs as per the donor and user community expectations.

  • Ensure optimal use of financial resources in the project through timely requisition of all necessary supplies/contracts for project implementation.

  • Ensure that monthly financial projections are prepared and submitted in a timely manner.

  • See to it that management response to audit queries is done on a timely basis.

  • Ensures that Asset inventory is in place and regularly updated.

  • Facilitate preparation of program budgets, narrative reports, updates, financial reports and submit them with the agreed time frames.


  • University degree in Agriculture/ Agriculture Extension Education/ Animal Production/Agriculture Home Economics, Natural Resource Management, Development Studies, Disaster Management and/or other relevant disciplines with experience in

  • Food Security projects management in Pastoralist context.

  • At least three years’ experience in Food Security/crop/animal production/ livelihood project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation in a complex humanitarian context.

  • Extensive knowledge of development issues and understanding of the Food Security, Nutrition and Livelihood issues.

  • Knowledgeable of MS Word, Excel, Power Point etc.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience in writing proposals, project documentation, reporting, program information for donors and the World Vision/partnership.

  • Familiarity with grant compliance and procedures of key donors in the field of Food Security and Livelihood as well as SPHERE Standards and Good Enough Guide.

  • Capacity to provide solid leadership and decision-making skills for efficient and effective project implementation.

  • Ability to work with different partners, local authorities, local organizations and NGOs, to develop and maintain positive relationships.

  • Knowledge and experience on project implementation through local partners.

  • Willingness to assume other project tasks as required.

  • Experience working with local /INGOs or CBOs in an emergency or development context.

  • At least one year managing major donor funded grants including USAID grants.

  • Strong understanding of the Local culture, political context and religion.

  • Effective in written and verbal communication in English.

  • Strong understanding of systems design and implementation protocols.

  • Strong inter-personal skills, and proven team-player.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Proven ability to manage competing priorities.

  • Able to solve complex problems and to exercise independent judgment.

  • Able to work in a cross-cultural environment with a multi-national staff.

  • Perform other duties as required.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Knowledge on sustainable livelihoods frameworks, transitional development and community resilience programming.

  • Strong coordination and engagement with UN Agents, Government, Local & International NGOs.

Work Environment/Travel:

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

AM&E Assistant


AM&E Assistant – Erbil

Purpose of position:

To ensure the Refugee project processes of distribution (on site distribution), shop transaction monitoring are implemented according to World Vision standard procedures and providing monitoring and accounting documentation on food voucher project processes.

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 Activities

  • On site monitoring and consultation with beneficiaries

  • Present in the distribution and service sites to ensure the distribution processes meet the expected standard as per the project objectives

  • Conduct focused group discussions with beneficiaries

  • Conduct interviews with beneficiaries to understand the problems and issues faced by them

  • Visit shops and conduct shop and transaction monitoring

  • Part of the indicator and performance tracking and reporting

  • Part of the post implementation monitoring survey exercise

Accountability and reporting

  • Support the MEAL officer in managing the accountability input system at the distribution and service sites

  • Ensure support and management of the help desk

  • Ensure support in the design and production and dissemination of banners and posters about the project and updates

  • Assist the MEAL Officer in ensure follow up of the complaints and responses

Coordination and data processing

  • To co-ordinate and foster relations with other World Vision Programs and departments in the governorate so as to ensure proper allocation and sharing of MEAL resources is in place. Good working relationship established between Ops, MEAL and programs teams

  • Support in data cleaning and run basic analysis for transforming data to information

  • Be effective in communicating key accountability messages with beneficiaries and stakeholders in the field

Project Filing

  • Ensure project documentation is up to date and audit compliant

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

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

  • Basic graduate degree and or basic diploma education

  • Fluent in Arabic and/or Kurdish (speaking and writing).

  • Strong skills in Microsoft office especially database and MS Excel and reporting writing skills.

  • Ability to cope and work under pressure.

  • Well-organized, self-motivated, solution oriented, independent and ability to work in a team.

  • Full adherence to World Vision Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.

  • Self-disciplined with good time management skills.

  • Strong analytical and detail orientation skills and ability to produce clear written reports.

  • Ability to perform field assignments and willingness to travel for long period of time in difficult terrain, harsh and demanding conditions.

Livelihoods Advisor, Syria Response


World Vision International is seeking a Livelihood Adviser for Syria (75%) and Jordan (25%). The position will report to the Syria Head of Programmes and specifically to the Jordan Response Manager for Jordan related work, and will be based at the World Vision office in Amman, Jordan. The successful candidate will be expected to:

  • Lead on developing and implementing a Livelihood Programming Strategy for World Vision’s Syria Response as a whole, and for each of the countries included in the Response.

  • Lead on ensuring technical expertise and staff capacity, innovation, quality results and organisational learning within World Vision based on credible evidence gained through livelihoods programming.

  • Have up-to-date sectoral knowledge to ensure that current thinking is reflected in World Vision’s Livelihood and Resilience programmes, and that they in turn influence across the response.

  • Lead livelihoods specific and/or integrated research and learning initiatives.

  • Represent World Vision in external engagement with technical sectors, donors, governments and other relevant stakeholders in the humanitarian community.

  • Serve as the technical specialist in resource acquisition related to livelihood programming.

  • Model and promote World Vision’s values that aspire to achieving a safe and secure future for children.


Program Development Leadership:

  • Facilitate and formulate livelihood strategies within the framework of the country operational strategy.

  • Coordinate with the Global Centre and MEER regional office to ensure strategic alignment of the livelihood sector.

  • Formulate guidelines, processes, measurements, and standards for the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of livelihood and resilience projects in collaboration with other advisers and MEAL.

  • Design and carrying out assessments as needed in conjunction with other sectors.

Develop an integrated livelihood plan, budget, program and detailed implementation plan that is aligned with

  • Response strategy.

  • Coordinating mechanism strategy.

  • Sphere Standards.

  • WVI Child Wellbeing outcomes.

  • WVI Humanitarian Accountability Framework.

  • Include sector focused advocacy issues and cross-cutting themes in design where appropriate.

  • Develop and implement sector plans with community engagement and utilizing Do No Harm approach.

  • Ensure that accountability mechanisms are in place for community and stakeholders feedback on sector as well as semi-annuals are reviewed with communities based on the concept of Community Based monitoring and evaluation.

  • Determine sector organizational structure and staffing plan and ensure reviewing/adjustments of JDs/ appropriate budgets as well as contribute in setting of performance indicators.

  • Contribute to the recruitment of relevant staff for each project.

  • Ensure sector programme and project logframes refer to technical standards, consider government standards, Sphere Standards, WVI Humanitarian Accountability and Protection and are aligned with the organization DADDs and sector packages.

  • Ensure that the compliances with grants, technical standards and budgets are met.

Leadership and Capacity Building:

  • Coach /mentor /manage the unit members: Delegation of authority/ responsibility with clear standards of accountability, etc.

  • Ensure that that all team members are providing proper leadership and support to the projects according to their area of expertise and based on a defined action plan with Sector Lead.

  • Work on empowering team members to take the appropriate decisions and actions and call for regular meetings for the unit staff.

  • Assist staff in understanding and adapting project models to local contexts in alignment with local strategy.

  • Identify the capacity needs in the areas of livelihoods programming and develop plans for building the capacity of the projects staff and partners in collaboration with P&C department and Program Managers.

  • Identify staff to build their specific capacities in the sector’s principles, minimum standards and other vital knowledge in order to have them as back-ups for the specialist’s role in case of transition needed and for more sustainability of programs / planning in the organization.

  • Build the capacities of partners (whether local government entities or at the national level as well as CBOs).

Leadership in the area of Relationship Building, Networking and Fundraising:

  • Represent World Vision at interagency coordination and donor meetings on livelihoods and resilience.

  • To meet, build relationships and coordinate with the UN, NGO/INGOs and livelihoods fora.

  • Seek opportunities for interagency collaboration.

  • Strengthen and establish a strong network of national partners and stakeholders.

  • Liaise and network with other WV entities within the partnership for sharing and dissemination of best practices, information access, and resource acquisition.

  • Ensure WV’s livelihoods projects/programs are highlighted in the media in coordination with the communications department.

  • Share with management alarming trends or new parameters that could affect the implementation of current or future projects in a certain sector.

  • Work collaboratively with Grants Acquisition and Management team to develop livelihoods fundraising plan and support rollout of plan. This is likely to include donor positioning, donor interaction, strategy development, proposal submission etc.

Learning and Research:

  • Ensure experiences and lessons learned are shared among the team of commodities field staff

  • Collaborate with MEAL department, local and/or international research institutes in-country and identify potential opportunities for joint research initiatives.

  • Ensure accurate assessments are conducted in the relevant fields to come up with accurate findings when needed and evidence based information.

  • Ensure that reflection meetings are conducted on a regular basis to document lessons learned and make sure that these lessons learned, whether from previous or ongoing projects, are taken into consideration for future projects designs and implementation.

  • Identify new trends and opportunities to feed in new projects models or technical approaches.

  • Test new project models / technical approaches and/or new areas of coverage.

  • Share any alarming information or relevant one related to programming with the Response Sector in order to adjust or modify any necessary programming.

Support Implementation, Monitoring and Reporting:

  • Strengthen the quality of livelihoods interventions in coordination with operations staff, programme staff and DME.

  • Provide ongoing assistance and coaching to related field staff in order to ensure timely and quality implementation of projects ’activities.

  • Review and refine livelihoods programs including their budgets as and support baseline measurements.

  • Oversee the implementation of projects in WV’s area of intervention through establishing appropriate monitoring system in close collaboration with MEAL dept.

  • Provide technical input and recommendations to procurement activities related to services that affect the quality of livelihoods programs.

  • Review, analyze, and provide feedback on the livelihoods based component of program / projects reports (including assessment reports, PDDs, monitoring and management reports as well as evaluation reports).

  • Ensure compliance to organizational and donors standards in the management of livelihoods based programs.

  • Ensure quality and timely reporting in line with donors and SOs standards.

  • Intervene, when necessary, at procurement level, to facilitate/find solutions to material purchase difficulties or delays that are affecting the program quality implementation.

  • Assist in setting up appropriate indicators and tools for monitoring along with the M&E department and establish systems to extract relevant information when needed for each sector.

  • Review MEAL data with Programmes and Operations to make operational improvements.

  • Review context analysis with Programs for better adaptation to sector plan and implement early warning systems in all sectors to be able to detect any new context information.

  • Establish and implement internal monthly sector reporting system in coordination with DME.

  • Provide inputs for grants/donor and programme milestone reports to Programmes as per schedule as well as review all semi-annual and annual reports related to the sector.


  • Perform other duties as required from the Direct Supervisor.


  • University degree in Economy/Human Development/Social Sciences or related field.

  • Master degree in relevant field required.

  • At least five years working experience at a senior level in Livelihoods and Resilience sector in a humanitarian context.

  • Excellent technical understanding of Sustainable Development, Economic Development and Livelihoods and Resilience, including agriculture and IT sectors.

  • Experience designing and facilitating Livelihoods capacity building activities and training.

  • Good understanding of humanitarian architecture.

  • Substantial experience in networking and positioning with external stakeholders.

  • Extensive experience in developing successful project proposals.

  • Experience in advocacy, preferably on trans-national level.

  • Experience of working in the Syria Response Region would be an advantage.

  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.

  • Excellent spoken and written English language skills required.

  • Arabic language skills an advantage.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Ability and willingness to learn new things and support new initiatives.

  • Capacity to engage in policy dialogue.

  • Excellent networking and relationship management skills with the actors of the Livelihoods and Resilience sector (Government, NGO, civil society).

  • Strategic, critical and innovative thinking.

  • Ability to establish and maintain strategic partnerships.

  • Understanding of community mobilization and empowerment principles and approaches.

  • Excellent communication, coordination, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

  • Programme design and proposal development skills.

  • Coaching and staff capacity building skills.

  • Events/ processes facilitation skills.

  • Experience in advocacy initiatives, coalition building and ability to rally coalitions and networks to take positions on specific policy issues.

  • Ability to engage in personal learning and development.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and work under pressure, efficient task prioritization and time management.

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills (oral and written in English; Arabic would be an advantage).

  • Experience of communicating with Government, Non-Government, organizations and other sectoral stakeholders.

  • Experience of engaging with private sector companies.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Willingness to be flexible with hours when necessary and ability to travel locally and internationally up to 50% of time.

DME Officer

Purpose of the position:

To provide effective help in the follow-up, data collection, supervision and the assessments of the projects and programs according to the donor within Programs and assure the creation, update and the adequate management of data base.

Major Responsibilities:

Inquire and appropriate of the strategic orientations of the partnership and the organization (setting of the transformational development, strategic objectives of WVN, policies and procedures, etc;)

Help team and partners in the definition of accessible performance indicators in concordance with the objectives and results waited.

Facilitate the development of simple tools of monitoring that help in the tracking of the key indicators while reinforcing the capacities of the teams in the application of the tools.

Assist the Team Leader to the development of a system (Field visits, exchanges,…) and tools of periodic supervision of the programs and projects.

Insure the quality of data by verification of data and realization on the field.

Ensure the coordination in the preparation and the execution of assessments of ADP: determination of the TOR, research tools and human resources, execution, reports.

Assist the Team Leader in the management of reports review .

Assist in the management of data’s and the documentations.

Help supervisors to assure the follow-up and the setting in work of the evaluation and audits recommendations.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

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

  • Qualification minimum exigée: Bac + 4 ans en développement, économie, sociologie et agriculture

  • Expérience: 2 ans dans l’animation rurale et de développement, la gestion des projets et programmes

  • Avoir au moins deux ans d’expérience en tant que Manager

  • Niveau d’éducation préféré : Master 2 en économie, sociologie, agriculture, développement et statistique

  • Compétence technique requise: Facilitation et animation, SPSS, Connaissances informatiques, NTIC, en management des projets, connaissances des droits de l’enfant, politiques au Tchad

  • Other: Permis de conduire

Accountability, Monitoring & Evaluation Field Officer

Background Information

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We are a community of close to 40,000 staff working across the world to help change the lives of vulnerable children. Our supporters, partners and staff join forces with communities on the ground to help children enjoy good health, be educated for life, experience the love of God and their neighbours and be cared for, protected and participating in addressing issues that affect their lives. World Vision has been active in Zimbabwe since 1973. Our operations are spread across 9 out of 10 provinces, with a majority of over 1.75 million beneficiaries in rural areas. Our current programs focus on improving the well-being of boys and girls in three priority sectors: health and nutrition, livelihoods and education. We also focus on child protection, gender and disabilities, emergency assistance and resilience building as cross cutting priorities across our programs. If you share the same vision, JOIN US and contribute to life in all its fullness for the children and communities we serve.

Position Title: Accountability, Monitoring & Evaluation Field Officer

Location: Field- based [Matebeleland North]

Purpose of the Position:

This position functions to lead field level monitoring, learning and accountability activities at district level.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Conducting context, scoping and analysis within the district to inform adaptive decision-making.

  • Supporting teachers in conducting learning assessments for primary and secondary schools.

  • Monitoring and reporting on project intermediate outcome targets as well as identifying trends for use in decision making using online database.

  • Ensuring quality assurance and data validation on the project MIS to ensure timely and accurate project information is produced.

  • Lead training and rollout of digital monitoring system for all field staff and stakeholders.

  • Mentor and coach field team members to become highly technical in activity and process monitoring systems

  • Assist in designing of appropriate monitoring tools, strategies and frameworks

  • Assisting the design and execution of special project formative and summative studies

  • Analyse and consolidate district performance dashboard.

  • Manage and report monthly on the Beneficiary Feedback File.

  • Lead the documentation, editing and packaging of impact and stories.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Operations Research, M& E is preferred

  • 3 years’ experience in M&E and/or Accountability systems

  • Working knowledge of statistical packages (SPSS, CS-Pro, Epi-Info and Excel) and data analysis processes/techniques.

  • Knowledge of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Code of Conduct, HAP-I Standard, ECB Good Enough Guide, Sphere Standard (Humanitarian Charter and Participation Standard), GEC Projects guidelines.

  • Ability to speak English and local languages.

  • Independent, ability to work with minimum supervision.

  • Good contextual knowledge of local community and social/cultural constraints, realities and relationships.

Project Assistant - DME and Advocacy


World Vision is a Christian relief and development organisation working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. As a child-focused organization, WVs work focuses on children, ensuring they are protected and their basic needs are met. WVV has a total income of around US$ 18,000,000 (FY18) with funding from 14 support countries in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Funding of WVV consists of sponsorship program funding (70%) and PNS/grants (30%). WVV employs about 440 staff, of which 99% are Vietnamese nationals.

Currently, World Vision Vietnam is implementing 37 Area Programmes (APs) which operate in 5 zones: North1 ( Hoa Binh, and Dien Bien), Yen Bai Tuyen Quang, North 2 (Hung Yen, Thanh Hoa, Hai Phong); Central (Quang Tri, Quang Nam Danang) and South (Quang Ngai, Binh Thuan, Ho Chi Minh, DakNong). From FY18, WVV adopts and implements the new operating model, therefore, the name of ADP will be changed to AP (Area Programme). WVVs APs usually focus within one administrative district of a province which populated by ethnic minority people with high rates of poverty. A uniqueness of WVVs Development Program Approach (DPA) is that AP team members are based at district level where the AP is located, which enables them to work closely with government partners and communities on a daily basis. Beside the APs, WVV is also implementing different Special and Grant Projects to meet the specific needs of vulnerable children in both AP and non-AP areas.

EVAC project in Viet Nam is to care for and protect vulnerable children and youth from child trafficking, abuse, neglect, exploitation and all other forms of violence within supportive families and communities in 4 APs (Luc Yen and Van Chan APs in Yen Bai province; Muong Cha and Tuan Giao APs in Dien Bien province). From October 2017 to September 2019 (2 years), the project plans to achieve 4 main outcomes: (i) children and youth, especially the most vulnerable, are empowered with the skills and knowledge to reduce their personal risk to trafficking and related forms of violence; (ii) families and caregivers are provided with access to adequate and appropriate services in order to care for and protect their children; (iii) communities are strengthened and working together to create a safe and protective environment for all children; (iv)Systematic barriers are reduced to addressing violence against children, including trafficking.


This position will assist the project manager in maintaining an effective DME system; assist the project manager to build capacity for project staff and local partners on DME, and to document promising practices of the project for advocacy. This position also supports the project manager, project coordinator, project officers in implementing the outcome 4 of the project.


  • Design – Monitoring and Evaluation

- Support the project manager in working with donor, consultants, and local partners to complete the end project evaluation.

- Support the project manager in tracking output achievement, provide reasons for any output with more than 10% variance of achievement against the plan.

- Support project manager to develop/contextualize tools for measuring indicators.

- Assist project manager to organize trainings/workshops for staff and Project stakeholders at national and provincial levels.

- Assist the project manager in preparing and ensuring monthly, quarterly, reports are used by the team and partners for follow-up actions

- Assist the project manager and coordinator to establish a regular reflections with district, provincial partners for the application of monitoring results for decision-making;

- Support project manager and project coordinator to document best practices and share with stakeholders when appropriate.

- Other relevant supports upon project manager’s request.

  • Implementation of outcome 4 “Systemic barriers are reduced to addressing violence against children, including trafficking”.

- Assist the project manager in working with project staff and local partners to implement all activities in the approved POA FY19 of outcome 4 of the project.

- Assist the project manager in ensuring high quality, accurate, and timely reports as required, including narrative progressive reports and financial report.

- Assist the project manager in maintaining effective partnerships with selected government ministries, UN agencies, NGOs

- Assist the project manager in documentation of lessons learned.

- Assist project manager in delivering a significant contribution to the Counter Trafficking Network including UNIAP, key NGO and government partners.

- Assist the project manager in providing effective coordination, support and networking with/ between implementing partners of EVAC program in East Asia.

- Support project manager upon request.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

(The following knowledge, skills, and abilities may be acquired through a combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience, or on-the-job training.)

  • Education

- A Bachelor Degree in Social work, Law, English language… -

  • Knowledge & Skills

- Conceptual understanding of and commitment to development work, especially Christian, child-focused, community-based development concepts, approaches and processes.

- Good skills in communicating in both English and Vietnamese.

- Basic knowledge and understanding of key aspects of development work; including child protection, health care, education…).

- Knowledge about in M & E

- Demonstrated capacity in project management, with conceptual understanding and required competency in DME functions.

- Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds.

- Good interpersonal skills.


- Working experience in community development.

- Experience in program implementation, community mobilization and participatory approach would be an advantage.

- Experience in M & E and management of information systems.

World Vision Vietnam is a Christian non-government organization. Applicants having working experience in a similar kind of organization will be an advantage.

Our contact details are: People and Culture DepartmentWorld Vision International - VietnamAddress: 4th floor, the HEAC building, 14-16 Ham Long street, Hanoi, Tel: 024. 39439920 (ext.118)

We give equal opportunity to every candidate, regardless of religion, race and gender.

A competitive salary, benefits and career development opportunity will be offered and commensurate with the experience, qualifications and responsibilities.

Head of Quality Assurance, M&E, Innovation & Knowledge Mgmt


To lead and manage the Design, Monitoring & Evaluation (DM&E), quality assurance and learning functions for Somalia Resilience Programme (SomReP) consortium. The Quality Assurance (QA) and Knowledge Manager will develop and implement an organization-wide strategy in design, monitoring and evaluation, including quality program development, resilience impact research and program knowledge management. The QA & KM manager will provide capacity building to M&E staff within the 7 consortium member NGOs to help them move through the donor program/project cycle.


DM&E Leadership:

  • Lead the DM&E team and DM&E working group to improve program design and adaption to achieve measurable resilience outcomes and impact.

  • Lead the development and implementation of SomReP M&E framework to ensure adherence to and integration of DM&E standards and practices with in development and humanitarian funded grants.

  • Lead the capacity building of partner agencies in implementing DM&E plans to build knowledge and skills of resilience concepts, DM&E standards and best practices.

  • Support the SomReP technical unit with design input and review new proposals and designs to ensure programming reflects best practice.

  • Design, coordinate and implement staff training programs to build knowledge, attitudes, skills and behaviors around the resilience DM&E standards.

  • Support Chief of Party in reaching strategic goals to facilitate measurable resilience outcomes.

  • Support Chief of Party and SomReP Technical Advisors for fundraising and new proposals/designs.

Research & thought Leadership:

  • Lead the design and coordination of research, academic partnerships, learning and evaluation functions to contribute to the improvement SomReP programming, Theory of Change and DM&E.

  • Strong participation with resilience learning networks, practitioners and research institutions to promote SomReP learning and best practices and to gather current global thinking that can be used to improve SomReP programming, DM&E and

  • technical approaches.

  • Ensure SomReP learning influences regional and global resilience thinking by documenting and promoting SomReP learnings with donors, Federal Government of Somalia, research institutions, academics and at relevant resilience forums.

Knowledge Management & Continuous Improvement:

  • Lead the development and implementation a program learning system to document, assess, share and replicate and apply lessons learned and Best Practices into SomReP DM&E programming technical approaches.

  • Lead quarterly data analysis on program performance and subsequent learning to contribute to program adaption and performance improvement and recommend early warning early action programming.

  • Manage Knowledge Management Officer in data analysis of M&E and Early Warning Early Action information to ensure that programming and program adaption are evidence based.

  • Manage Knowledge Management Managers in the building and management of a management information system, ensuring collaborative use by SomReP members as well as effective use program data and analysis in presentations and reporting

  • support to programming team in communications to donors and the wider resilience community.


  • A Master’s Degree related to the science and practice of community development, program design, statistics and monitoring & evaluation.

  • At least 3 years’ experience managing people and programs in an international NGO context or academia (related to emergency/development research).

  • Extensive experience and recognized expertise in the full range of evaluation theories, models and tools, and ability to adapt, contextualized and apply appropriately to all project scenarios.

  • Proven track record as a staff and community trainer and capacity builder in DM&E using a wide variety of training methods, facilitation and capacity building strategies, and organizational development.

  • Thorough understanding and experience in quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, including comparative random sampling, questionnaire and survey design, data entry and analysis and the application of these methods to project Design, Monitoring and Evaluation standards in key technical sectors.

  • Experience working with a consortium programme, and/or highly complex programmes with multiple stakeholders preferred.

  • Should demonstrate experience in high-level expertise in Results-Based management, Logical Framework Analysis, and Result-Based Performance Monitoring and Evaluation.

  • Ability to link professional, academic and community-based learning models.

  • Experience in appraisal/Participatory Learning & Action, PEP, Appreciative Inquiry, etc.

  • Demonstrates well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as negotiation skills and professional maturity. Highest proficiency in written English.

  • Strong aptitude for organizational change, participatory and servant leadership, innovation, learning, team building.

  • Experience in adhering to/working with HAP, Sphere Standards and international humanitarian and development standards.

  • Full ability to communicate cross-culturally and be cross-culturally sensitive.

  • Full computer and Internet skills including MS Office for word processing, graphic presentation.

  • At least 3 years’ experience managing people and programs in an international NGO context or academia (related to emergency/development topics).

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Masters or higher (in-training for PHD program acceptable).

  • Full computer and Internet skills including MS Office for word processing, graphic presentation.

  • Experience working with a consortium programme, and/or highly complex programmes with multiple stakeholders preferred.

  • Experience in adhering to/working with HAP, Sphere Standards and international humanitarian and development standards.

  • Full ability to communicate cross-culturally and be cross-culturally sensitive.

Work Environment/Travel:

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

Gender and Advocacy Officer- KFNP Project

Purpose of the position:

To provide overall guidance and coordination to support World Vision Tanzania’s efforts to mainstream safeguarding (Child and Adult protection) within WVT’s program areas aimed at achieving Child Well Being Outcomes (CWBO).

To advance gender equality, women’s and girls’ empowerment through successful coordination and effective implementation of activities related to prevention and response to Gender Based Violence (GBV) in communities thus contribute to children wellbeing outcomes. Support and advocate for Partnership campaigns such as End Violence Against Children (EVAC), It Takes US All (ITUA). Ensure strong partnership with project partners working and engaging directly with field teams, consistency and quality in programming, as well as supporting coordination for advocacy on girl’s and women’s protection and empowerment.

Major Responsibilities:

  1. Implementation and technical support

  • Lead in the development of the project design and ensure sustainability is incorporated

  • Responsible for harmonized implementation of Protection and GBV project activities (in align with WVT approaches) across the three current refugee camps i.e. Nyarugusu, Nduta and Mtendeli looking at both the donor requirements and local practices on Protection and GBV prevention and response.

  • Ensure quality GBV interventions by providing technical assistance field staff and consultations with the Area Program Ministry Facilitators (AMPF).Guide planning and implementation of the Protection and Gender/GBV work plans and conduct regular technical monitoring visits to the field sites to ensure quality delivery of the programme;

  • Contextualize/adopt design guidelines and ensure utilization at Project/AP level

  • Provide technical support to the Kigoma Refugee Response (Kigoma Food and Nutrition Project) in developing and implementing a multi-sectoral and coordinated Protection (child and adult) and GBV prevention and response programme to include referral and reporting mechanisms, information sharing, coordination, and monitoring/evaluation.

  • Facilitate establishment of well-coordinated Protection and GBV collaborative network among key Partner Agencies i.e. UNHCR, WFP and government institutions

  1. Monitoring, Reporting and Documentation

  • Maintain mutually beneficial relationship with all implementing partners.

  • Ensure knowledge transfer to government and implementing partners, including documenting best practices and lessons learned.

  • Analyze and report on programme and project progress in terms of achieving results, using existing monitoring and evaluation tools and introducing new mechanisms and systems where necessary and as the context dynamics allow.

  • Liaise with focal point persons when needed and ensure preparation and submission of project reports.

  • Provide oversight for programme monitoring including setting up of protection and accountability mechanisms.

  • Share monitoring data and utilize for decision making

  • Contribute to evaluation planning, support data collection, analysis and interpretation

  • Facilitate dissemination and use of baseline and evaluation findings; and lead implementation of recommendations.

  1. Capacity Building

  • Work with staff and partners to identify capacity building/training needs and maintain a training matrix.

  • Develop and revise training materials according to local context and conduct relevant Protection and GBV training sessions for partners, local authorities, WVT staff and other stakeholders.

  • Facilitate capacity building of project staff and partners in Protection and GBV enable them effectively advocate for and implement effective Protection and GBV interventions.

  • Conduct orientations and refresher trainings to staff, local volunteers and contracted workers who directly interact with adults and children on WVT’s safeguarding management Policy standards and ensure compliance.

  • Lead the capacity building initiatives of communities and partners on monitoring and ensure participatory monthly data collection.

  1. Engagement, Networking and Fundraising

  • Represent the Project in interagency working groups, meetings and coordination forums on Protection and Gender issues within the Kigoma Refugee Response established frameworks.

  • Support the National Gender and Advocacy Manager and National Child Protection Coordinator in representing WVT in Protection and GBV stakeholder meetings at National and Regional levels in collaboration with the Program Team Leader, Regional Manager and National Coordinators.

  • Report on resource mobilization opportunities at National and Regional levels

  • Participation in National/International Protection and GBV/FGM key advocacy days at National and Regional levels in collaboration with the Program Team Leader, Regional Manager, National Coordinators and other Partner Agencies.

  • Work closely with UNHCR Protection Unit and Lead Protection Agencies in Protection and Advocacy, and government affiliated departments within ministries for technical direction and leveraging of resources to support Protection and GBV/FGM interventions in the project area.

  • Support fundraising initiatives in collaboration with Grants Acquisition and Management and Quality Assurance Teams.

  • In collaboration with working group members, support the development of advocacy activities to raise awareness on Protection and Gender Based Violence including through events such as the 16 Days of Activism, etc

  • In collaboration with other actors, assist in developing initiatives to ensure regular and consistent advocacy on GBV concerns.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

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

  • A Bachelor’s degree in social sciences such as Social Work, Gender Studies, Development Studies, Community Development, Sociology or their equivalent

  • A minimum of 3 years working experience in implementing Protection and/or GBV projects at community level with proven leadership experience with evidence of successful implementation

  • A good understanding of the international gender mainstreaming approaches and the international protection framework for refugees and asylum-seekers.

  • Proven track record in engaging with government ministries and other stakeholders

  • Proven track record as a staff and community trainer and capacity builder in Gender and Development, prevention and response to GBV and other harmful cultural practices.

  • Proven ability in integrating Gender in sector specific project cycle

  • Good understanding and working experience of development, advocacy and emergency affairs approaches.

Key Competencies/Attributes:

  • Experience and understanding of Protection and Gender/ GBV programming on the ground the understanding of the role and importance of addressing gender justice and GBV in the development or humanitarian field.

  • Experience in training development, delivery of staff training, adults learning and development.

  • Familiarity and understanding of Protection and Gender/GBV in the community setting and gender/GBV industry progress in related fields and the contribution of Civil Society Organizations’s and faith-based agencies.

  • Understanding of gender norms and the contribution of cultural and religious social teachings towards gender justice, protection, safety and elimination of violence, in particular against women and girls.

  • Must have good oral and written communications and relationship skills

  • Ability to take initiatives, team player who is able to work with minimum supervision

  • Good computer skills in MS office (Excel, word, PowerPoint), Skype, WebEx etc

  • Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment: Project-based with frequent travel in project intervention areas

  • Travel: 30% Domestic travel is required.

  • On call: Available as required.