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Project Officer - WFP (Akkar)

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The project officer will be responsible for implementation of the WFP in kind distribution project and will engage/support and supervise the target group meanwhile administering the components of the project. Position holder will also provide support in terms of data quality check, reconciliations and other miscellaneous tasks

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

% Time

Major Activities

(80%)

Ensure accurate project database

  1. Identify and target beneficiaries including data gathering and management;

  2. Conduct data cleaning and entry including maintenance of the data base;

  3. Follow up on the running of the daily activities in close coordination with the team leaders and the casual workers;

  4. Assist the registration process;

  5. Implement assigned tasks as per the weekly detailed distribution and data gathering implementation plan;

  6. Comply and abide by WV best practices and donor regulations in distributions and data gathering;

  7. Inform the team leader of any deviations from the planned activities;

  8. Purchase items in line with the budget and instructions given by the Programme Manager via the project coordinator;

  9. Deliver high quality, accurate and timely daily reports;

  10. File all relevant project documents in line with WV’s requirements for project auditing;

  11. Support in the donor and partner visits

  12. Hold information sessions amongst project and WFP staff on findings of the outreach activities;

  13. Maintain all documentation relating directly to the distribution and to work activities required to ensure that referrals are being done internally and externally when needed

  14. Prepare the distribution sites in close collaboration with the logistic officer and the local stake holders (owner, municipalities…)

  15. Participate in Programme evaluation and share trends with Project Manager.

  16. Action protection mainstreaming standards suggested by the Project Manager.

  17. Work Closely with IMO to ensure the standardization of tools across areas.

10%

Handle documentation and reporting of the distribution

  • Oversee the distributions and ensure that all tools and MoVs are in place.

  • Support team leader and the logistic officer in ensuring that all distribution supporting documents are in place (issuance note, return note, Daily distribution report…).

  • Support team leader in preparing daily distribution reports as per donor and WV required templates.

  • Report any issues/challenges faced at field level to team leader.

  • Make sure to refer any protection case to team leader

10%

Perform Other duties as required

  • Attend and participate in capacity building trainings locally and internationally.

  • Attend and participate in WVL’s spiritual nurture and other organizational events.

  • Responsible of own security and actively contribute to a positive security culture.

  • Abide by the security policies and procedures and report any incidents or breaches to line manager and / or security manager.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Line Manager

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • University diploma preferred in economics, business administration, marketing, social work...), Able to use a computer, with word-processing (e.g. Microsoft Office) and spreadsheets, internet and e-mail.

  • 2-3 years' experience in NGOs

  • Experience in data gathering at household level and focus group discussions;

  • Experience in supervision of public works involving large number of workers

  • A valid driver’s license (more than 1 year old);

  • Good level of English and Arabic (oral and written);

Project Manager - Ninewa/Duhok

Project Manager

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The Project Manager, reporting to the Operations Manager, will provide overall leadership and management to the implementation of the ANCP funded Projects in Ninewa Governorate. This position will be accountable for leadership, planning, support and management of the project so that activities and outputs remain on track and the program contributes to its main goal of the project and ensuring its contribution to WV Iraq Strategy.

The project aims to create market systems that are resilient, sustainable and inclusive of women, PwDs and those suffering the psychosocial consequences of conflict and displacement. The project aims to support local livelihoods by creating better market environments by addressing issues including lack of access to capital, gender inequality, poverty, fragile market systems, lack of livelihood diversification, exclusion of marginalized groups, inefficient safety nets, weakened social cohesion, and the detrimental impact of post-traumatic stress syndrome on economic productivity.

The project aims to do this by strengthening household institutions for enhanced economic participation; strengthening market systems for inclusive economic development; supporting conflict prevention and greater social cohesion; building capacity in natural resource management and climate resilience; conducting local level advocacy on mental health, gender and disability inclusion, and; ensuring the long-term sustainability of actions.

The project aims to work at three levels – household, community, systemic/structural - to ensure sustainable impact amongst internally displaced people, returnees and host communities within Ninewa Governorate.

The project will use the Community-Led Targeting Methodology which establishes an inclusive community-based committee (comprised of men, women, PwDs, marginalized groups, small-scale farmers, representatives of microenterprises etc.) supported by the local leadership, to ensure that approaches and activities are socially inclusive and sensitive to the different needs of various people groups.

In the first year, the project will focus on the Design and Assessment, includes gender, disability, safeguarding assessments and baselines surveys.

The main objectives of the project are:

a. Providing access to credit and training in financial literacy.

b. Promoting the adoption of new or improved livelihood opportunities.

c. Engaging men in discussions around gender inequality; establishing strong referral networks for victims of gender-based violence.

d. Providing business coaching and mentoring opportunities; conducting local value chain assessments for income diversification.

e. Facilitating access to business development and advisory services.

f. Providing psychosocial support to those who have experience trauma.

g. Building the capacity of faith/community leaders and children to be peace builders; and so forth.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Leadership

  • Demonstrate World Vision’s core values, vision and mission in all aspects of the role.

  • Build a team of highly committed and competent staff, ensuring cooperation and coordination among relevant staff within the Project.

  • Provide leadership and direction to the overall project.

  • Create a learning environment in which staff regularly reflect, learn from mistakes and use lessons for personal growth and to revise work plans to improve ministry impact.

  • Ensure that staff and local partners understand and follow the World Vision (WV) child protection policy and that awareness-raising on child protection, response and incident reporting is occurring.

Project Management (Quality Implementation, Financial & Risk Management)

  • Coordinate with Operations Manager, programs, sector leads, finance, and administration staff to ensure operational systems are in place to support field activities.

  • Ensure that the program systems and staff are working to achieve the project goals and objectives and that the project is maintaining World Vision and donor accountability standards.

  • Ensuring appropriate structures, internal and external standards, staffing, resources and policies as well as all grant requirements are adhered to.

  • Ensure clear understanding of project assumptions by all project staff to aim at effective and timely achievement of project goals, outcomes and outputs.

  • Ensure that all terms and conditions agreed in the signed MoUs with donor and government departments are adhered to throughout the life of the project.

  • Manage and mitigate any risks within the Project that could have financial, Human Resources (HR) or Legal consequences or negatively impact ministry or World Vision reputation.

  • Ensure that proper community development practices and “Do No Harm” practices are incorporated and upheld throughout the planning and implementation of the project.

  • Support in the development of accurate and complete Bill of Quantities

  • Prepare and submit procurement plan in close coordination with the team.

  • In coordination with the PDQA, regularly monitor and evaluate the progress of the project.

  • With support from WV Iraq’s Finance Department, assume primary responsibility for budget reviews and monthly financial reports, highlighting concerns as they arise.

  • Ensure compliance with WV and donor financial policies and procedures and promoting a culture of transparency and accountability.

  • Ensure proper coding and budget availability of all project expenses.

  • Oversee the submission of monthly cash requests for project operations.

  • Ensure contractors and creditors are paid in a timely manner.

Review and approve expenditures and contract according to assigned levels of authority.

Personnel Management

  • Manage direct reports and provide overall project leadership

  • Coordinate and oversee the hiring process for project staff.

  • Coordinate and implement new employee project orientations and trainings.

  • Monitor staff performance and raise any issues with Human Resources if necessary.

  • Initiate and perform, with support from others, staff performance appraisals.

  • In coordination with P&C, maintain accurate employee data files and oversee completion of routine issues such as contract renewals, leave, salary adjustments.

  • Develop the capacity of staff to plan, monitor and coordinate service delivery.

  • Identify staff capacity needs and undertake pro-active on-the-job training to strengthen their capacity to deliver interventions.

Monitoring, Reporting and Administration

  • Ensure accurate quality narrative and financial reports are submitted in a timely manner and according to donor requirements.

  • Work closely with Program Officer in ensuring that all reports meet donor requirements.

  • Track the performance of the project activities and outputs against expected results and adjust implementation processes to ensure the project is progressing towards the intended outcomes.

  • Annalise the impact of project and promote learning by documentation of best-practices. Use this information to support decision-making processes.

  • Track project progress, project expenditure against approved budgets, anticipate any deviations and recommend and take action on relevant and required adjustments.

  • Track project risk in order to timely adjust and implement the existing contingency plan.

  • Travel regularly to all project sites to ensure proper implementation of project activities.

  • Create and present monthly summaries of project activities and future plans to World Vision Iraq leadership.

Other

  • Ensure that organizational security measures and directives are integrated into project

  • Any other duties relating to the nature of the job

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject (International Development, International Relations, Health, Environmental Engineering, Nutrition, Management etc).

  • Relevant master’s degree would be an advantage.

  • Experience managing and leading grant implementation, specifically UN grants, is highly advantageous.

  • 4-6 years’ experience in grant project management. Strong generalist background essential, but technical sector expertise advantageous.

  • Demonstrated experience working with UN projects in a leadership role

  • Demonstrated experience in emergency response

  • 4-6 years of development and/or relief work at the programmatic level.

  • Experience in integrated program/project cycle management

  • Experience living and working in a fragile context

  • Mentoring within cross cultural contexts.

  • Working knowledge of English and ability to write reports in English.

  • Knowledge of local language

  • Demonstrated technical and professional aptitude in project management in a fragile context. Understanding of multi-sector project implementation essential i.e. a thorough understanding of key sector interventions at a programme/operational level i.e. familiarity with Economic Recovery Interventions, Food Security, Cash Assistance programming.

  • Relevant professional experience managing and implementing large emergency/development projects

  • Thorough knowledge of MS Office i.e. Excel, Powerpoint, Word etc

  • Demonstrated understanding of the humanitarian sector

  • Demonstrated understanding of the workings of major donor agencies, particularly USAID/FFP/OFDA.

  • Advanced written and oral English skills i.e. the ability to express ideas clearly and effectively, both in spoken and written English.

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Knowledge of project cycle elements, M&E systems design and management.

  • Understanding of integrated rural community development programming and processes.

  • Strong capacity building and facilitation skills.

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

  • Self-starter who can work independently under pressure and who has ability to manage work tasks without direct supervision.

  • Effective in establishing priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor activities, juggle competing demands and work to tight deadlines.

  • Strong ability to work with and relate to diverse personality types, to practice relational and ideological tolerance, and to contribute to a positive organizational culture.

  • Ability to maintain performance expectations and healthy social interactions in psychologically stressful environments and physical hardship conditions with limited resources.

  • Willing to travel as required.

  • Able to live and work within a fragile context and restricted environment.

  • Commitment to World Vision Core Values, Vision and Mission Statement.

  • Knowledge of and adherence to the Red Cross and NGO Code of Conduct and capability of incorporating standards in implementation and evaluation of relevant projects.

  • 4-5 years of experience focused in the management of humanitarian programs involving rural communities to promote humanitarian response.

  • Experience in project management and programming knowledge in Livelihood.

Work Environment

Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.

  • Up to 40 Per Cent domestic travel.

Community Leadership Engagement Officer

Community Leadership Engagement Officer

G12

Reporting:

Supervised by Project Manager (PM)

The Swaziland Ready, Resourceful, Risk Aware (Triple R) locally name Insika Yakusasa OVC,AGYW Project aims to prevent new HIV infections and to reduce vulnerabilities amongst orphans and vulnerable children (OVC);adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in Swaziland, to advance the country’s progress towards the 95-95-95 target and epidemic control. Triple R helps HIV negative OVC and AGYW stay HIV- free and supports those who are HIV positive to lead healthy lives. To these ends, the project increases socio-economic, resilience to the impact of HIV and uptake of high impact HIV, sexual and reproductive health , family planning and sexual and gender based violence services amongst OVC and AGYW.

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all community leadership engagement activities in the project catchment area

  • Review mapping data of local CBOs through chiefdoms to determine points of collaboration

  • Review and connect to existing community leadership support structures and activities being implemented by NERCHA and other implementers to capitalize on synergies and reduce potential duplication.

Specific Responsibilities:

Community awareness on factors influencing AGYW vulnerability:

  • Write quarterly reports in collaboration with FOs to identify key results to be shared with chiefdom leadership and identify critical issues and data points that require Chiefdom level engagement.

  • Schedule and execute community leadership engagement meetings.

  • Compile quarterly chiefdom specific reports of key project results for DREAMS interventions pertaining to AGYW including HIV prevention, SGBV, teen pregnancy and school dropouts.

  • Conduct quarterly engagement and feedback meetings with key community leaders and stakeholders (CDCs plus IPs, NERCHA and Mobile units) to review project results and discuss challenges/solutions related to service uptake, GBV teen pregnancy, school dropouts, and promotion of positive gender norms.

  • Document feedback and action items from the chiefdom engagement meetings, especially related to how community leadership can support AGYW and the community to address issues of negative gender norms, GBV, and teen pregnancy.

  • Support community leadership to implement action items and track completion.

  • Collaborate with the Communication department in using the WVE radio slots raise awareness and to deliver messages on positive gender norms and behaviors to communities: utilize voice recordings from community leaders/CDCs speaking about positive norms/protecting AGYW and how chiefdoms can support.

  • Facilitate the dissemination of WVE approved materials to raise awareness about harmful gender norms: posters & pamphlets for CDCs and Chiefs

  • Participate in policy makers sessions scheduled at Inkhundla level to advocate on AGYW related issues, including GBV, teen pregnancy and gender norms.

Engage male partners of AGYW:

  • Collaborate with LMs in your chiefdoms to identify and engage small groups of men who are partners to enrolled AGYW

  • Facilitate discussion sessions with AGYW and partners within the chiefdom level structures on positive gender norms in relation to supporting uptake of clinical services to prevent unwanted pregnancies, GBV, and HIV infections.

  • Documents key findings and support the execution and follow up of chiefdom level actions developed in line with this intervention

Traditional leadership sensitized to the role of harmful cultural practices and SGBV in HIV risk:

  • Participate in NERCHA regional coordination meetings, and mentorship and community data activities & incorporate negative gender norms themes that impact AGYW.

  • Where chiefdoms have developed gender policies and action plans through HC4, work with NERCHA to review action plans and identify areas for collaboration.

  • Where gender policies are not developed, work with NERCHA mentorship platform to engage the leadership for successful completion of the plans

Coordination between stakeholders at chiefdom level:

  • Participate in meetings led by NERCHA focused on community data (CDAP) and chiefdom mentorship.

  • Participate in partner national and regional coordination meetings that focus on updates, monitoring and problem solving on AGYW and OVC particularly around teen pregnancy and school drops

  • Work with chiefdoms to support AGYW linkage to auxiliary services: e.g. business mentorship/internships at community level in line with Insika livelihoods program

  • Participate in community events organized other IPs and chiefs to provide services and support education: use community platforms to address stigma and dispel myths and misperceptions about condoms, FP, VMMC, ART and other high impact services.

  • Work with FOs for community entry, recruitment and presentation of community cadre to traditional leadership; and, dealing with challenges at chiefdom level.

Building Relationships with Health facilities.

  • Utilize existing meeting points with chiefdoms and HCF such as Clinic health Committees. Or, create an engagement platform to meet IP clinical support needs

Minimum Requirements:

1. A Diploma or bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social and/or Behavioral Sciences or a related field, with specific emphasis on community-level health promotion and/or education. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

2. Knowledge and understanding of HIV prevention and sexual reproductive health services relevant to AGYW, including PrEP, PEP, pregnancy prevention, condoms, and HIV testing.

3. Knowledge and experience working within traditional community leadership structures

4. Personal or work experience with Adolescent Girls & Young Women (AGYW) populations.

5.Minimum 1-year experience in implementing/supporting community-level HIV prevention programmes involving multiple stakeholders.

6. M&E knowledge and/or experience in conducting data analysis for reporting purposes

7. Excellent interpersonal, facilitation, team building and problem-solving skills.

8. Demonstrated ability to establish and sustain professional relationships.

9. High integrity, self-driven, team player able to work with minimum supervision.

10. Good command of both official languages (English and Siswati).

11. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

OVC Program Officer

OVC (Linkages) Program Officer

G12

Reporting:

Supervised by Project Manager (PM)

The Swaziland Ready, Resourceful, Risk Aware (Triple R) locally name Insika Yakusasa OVC,AGYW Project aims to prevent new HIV infections and to reduce vulnerabilities amongst orphans and vulnerable children (OVC);adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in Swaziland, to advance the country’s progress towards the 95-95-95 target and epidemic control. Triple R helps HIV negative OVC and AGYW stay HIV- free and supports those who are HIV positive to lead healthy lives. To these ends, the project increases socio-economic, resilience to the impact of HIV and uptake of high impact HIV, sexual and reproductive health , family planning and sexual and gender based violence services amongst OVC and AGYW.

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Identification and offering of enrolment to OVC Sub populations

  • Overall provision of support to C/ALHIV, HEI and their caregivers(than 95% of C/ALHIV enrolled and collecting treatment from facilities in the WVE Tinkhundla)

  • Provision of OVC Comprehensive package of services to enrolled beneficiaries

  • Maintenance of relationships between WVE and health facilities in the project catchment area

Roles and responsibilities

Identification and linkage of newly diagnosed C/ALHIV to Insika project

  • Support with identification of newly diagnosed C/ALHIV from the facilities and initiate discussions on the Insika project in collaboration with OVCFO/Case worker.

  • Establish and implement procedures for contacting eligible families, introducing the project, and getting referral consent.

  • Make an offer to refer the C/ALHIV to the project and document following actions a-d above

Review all the HCF registers for identification of all C/ALHIV who refill from those facilities.

  • Using national and facility level data on C/ALHIV and in collaboration with clinical partners, establish total C/ALHIV who are eligible for enrollment from each facility.

  • Create a database / list of current C/ALHIV at each HCF

  • Identify those already enrolled under Insika and receiving OVC services

  • Identify those NOT enrolled and make an offer following steps a-d above

  • Establish and implement procedures for contacting eligible families, introducing the project, and getting referral consent.

Document C/ALHIV from other Insika Tinkhundla refilling in distant HCF

  • Identify C/ALHIV refilling in Insika Tinkhundla facilities who are not residents in the same inkhundla.

  • Document reasons for not refiling at their nearest facilities

  • Identify those who are coming from one Insika Inkhundla to a different Insika inkhundla (other than their own).

  • Make referral to the client’s insika inkhundla of residence for OVC care management

Teen club attendance monitoring

  • Review the ALHIV who refill at the HCF and make an analysis as to whether they attend teen clubs.

  • Make an analysis of where they attend teen clubs

  • If teen club attendance is different from where they do refills- establish reasons why

  • Co-facilitating teen clubs with FOs (Considering those with many teen clubs which sometimes happen on the same day

  • Co-facilitating C/ALHIV Caregiver quarter support groups

Support with C/ALHIV case conferencing for improved treatment adherence

  • Schedule case conferencing in close liaison with OVC FOs

  • Document all case conferencing

Identify all AG presenting at the HCF pregnant or with a baby for enrolment to program and repeat actions a-d for enrolment

Minimum Requirements:

1. A Diploma or bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social and/or Behavioral Sciences or a related field, with specific emphasis on community-level health promotion and/or education. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

2. Knowledge and understanding of HIV prevention and sexual reproductive health services relevant to AGYW, including PrEP, PEP, pregnancy prevention, condoms, and HIV testing.

3. Knowledge and experience working within traditional community leadership structures

4. Personal or work experience with Adolescent Girls & Young Women (AGYW) populations.

5. Minimum 1-year experience in implementing/supporting community-level HIV prevention programs involving multiple stakeholders.

6. M&E knowledge and/or experience in conducting data analysis for reporting purposes

7. Excellent interpersonal, facilitation, team building and problem-solving skills.

8. Demonstrated ability to establish and sustain professional relationships.

9. High integrity, self-driven, team player able to work with minimum supervision.

10. Good command of both official languages (English and Siswati).

11. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Chef de Projet Pessc II

WORLD VISION MAURITANIA

RECRUTE POUR SON BUREAU DE BOGHE

Vision Mondiale est un organisme d’aide à l’étranger des enfants ciblés pour leurs bien être.

POSITION : CHEF DE PROJET PESSC II

GRADE: 15

LOCALISATION : BOGHE

DUREE : 1 ans renouvelable

But du Poste : Assurer la gestion générale du projet en s’assurant que les ressources allouées au projet sont utilisées en alignement avec les politiques, standards et procédures de World Vision et ses bailleurs du fonds pour atteindre une performance du projet de qualité et (2) assurer un leadership sur la mise en œuvre effective d’un projet de renforcement et l’accompagnement des Organisations de la Société Civile dans le pôle d’activités de Boghé.

Responsibilites Majeur:

1-Assurer la planification, mise en œuvre, suivi et évaluation du projet conformément aux accords avec le donateur sur les plans d’action et les budgets pour assurer que le but et objectifs du projet sont atteints.

2- S’assurer de l’encadrement et accompagnement de Tenmiya avec la mise en œuvre de ses responsabilités du projet.

3-Faciliter le renforcement des compétences du personnel et les partenaires du projet avec le support du staff du Bureau National de World Vision pour un service de qualité et une amélioration des performances du projet.

4- Contrôler l’assurance qualité de la mise en œuvre des activités du projet de renforcement des OSC.

5-Assurer l’allocation efficiente et effective des ressources financiers et matériaux.

6- Créer et gérer les relations de partenariat avec le donateur (FED-PESCC) et les autres partenaires impliqués dans le projet, les communautés, les services techniques, et les associations locales pour leur participation à la mise en œuvre, au suivi, à l’évaluation et à la dissémination des résultats.

7- Préparer dans les délais et avec qualité les plans d’actions, les rapports de progrès (mensuels, trimestriels, mi-projet et fin-projet) et faire l’analyse des rapports financiers mensuels du projet et assurer la consistance avec les objectifs et leur soumission aux parties prenantes dans un délai opportun.

8-Organiser et participer dans des réunions avec les partenaires et/ou organisée par le bailleur de fonds

Autres Compétences/Attributs:

  • Effectuer les autres devoirs quand nécessaire

Qualifications : Education/Connaissance/Compétences Techniques et Expérience acquises à travers une combinaison d’éducation formelle ou informelle, expérience précédente, ou formation en cours d’emploi :

  • Qualification minimum nécessaires :

    • Master ou diplôme équivalent dans le domaine de gestion de projets, développement communautaire, sciences sociales ou autre domaine connexe.

    • Qualifications/ travaux de cours/ expériences au terrain liés au renforcement des Organisations de la Société Civile fortement souhaités.

  • Expérience :

    • Minimum 4 à 5 ans d’expérience dans les activités d’encadrement de la Société Civile

    • Minimum 3 ans d’expérience dans la gestion de programmes/projets.

  • Connaissances et Compétences Techniques :

  • Compétences en informatique

  • Compétences interpersonnelles et de leadership

  • Capacité démontrée de suivi et direction

  • Expériences dans la Gestion de Partenariat

  • Connaissance des bailleurs publics, leur financement et leurs attentes

  • Compétences de planification et organisation

  • Capacité de maintenir les relations effectives de travail avec le staff, public et autres parties prenantes de tous niveaux

  • Connaissance d’au moins 2 langues locales de la zone d’exécution du projet

Environnement de Travail / Conditions :

  • Environnement de travail : Basé au bureau avec voyages fréquents au terrain

  • Voyages : 20% Domestique/voyage international est aussi requis.

Executive Associate to the National Director

You will be required to produce a current (within 3 months) Original Police Clearance Certificate or waiting receipt during interview In case you are shortlisted

You will be required to produce a current (within 3 months) Original Police Clearance Certificate or waiting receipt during interview In case you are shortlisted

Job Title : Executive Associate to the National Director

Reporting to : National Director

Grade Level : 15

Work Location : Nairobi

Purpose of Position

To offer executive and administrative support to the National Director ensuring that the office of the National Director is supported administratively for efficiency and supporting the National Director in his/her engagements with the Board including acting as an executive Board Liaison Person, the clerking of regular Executive Board and Committee meetings, supporting the engagement and collaboration with Board members, Chairs of Board Committees in order to support Governance and compliance for World Vision Kenya.

Major Responsibilities

Governance & Legal 50%

  • Provide excellent secretariat services to the WVK Board and governance team

  • Support the Legal, Risk & Governance Senior Manager in planning, arranging and monitoring a schedule of meetings for the WVK Executive Board, Committees and other Board-related events.

  • Attend and keep accurate records of Board, Board sub-committees and other meetings, collating and distributing agendas, minutes, meeting papers and other relevant documentation as required, using Boardvantage.

  • Assist with administrative requirements associated with the appointment and resignation of Board members, including statutory registers / filings and to monitor terms of office.

  • Maintain and regularly monitor Executive Board compliance in terms of documentation, conflict of interest, child protection & safeguarding, police clearances and submission of appropriate regulatory documents to the NGO Coordination Board.

  • Support the Legal Risk & Governance Senior Manager in ensuring WVKs compliance with statutory governance requirements through the collation of information or amendments to documents.

  • Assist in the collation and preparation of statistics, management information and reports relating to Governance as required by the National Director & Senior Legal and Governance Manager.

  • Assist with arranging, developing and maintaining programmes of induction, recruitment and training for Executive Board members and to monitor and record Board participation and engagement with training delivered by WVK.

  • Liaise with Human Resources and Safeguarding team to monitor and ensure that Board Members checks and child protection training respectively.

Executive support for the National Director 35%

  • Provide efficient administration functions of National Directors Office to ensure cohesion and efficiency

  • Conduct the post as an ambassador of the values and ethos of the organization with a focus on ensuring the best possible support for the delivery of high quality work

  • Undertake any appropriate administrative or clerical work to support the National Director including data entry, filing, photocopying, diary management and mail distribution.

  • Provide timely consolidation of the National Office monthly newsletters & Quarterly management reports.

  • Coordinate and offer secretarial services to the Senior Leadership Team and Senior Management Team ensuring timely documentation and follow up on action points.

  • Monitor implementation of plans of actions from taskforces and other stakeholders that report to National Director.

  • Review contracts and documents forwarded for National Directors approval to ensure correctness and validity.

  • Ensure safe custodial of NDs office assets and sufficient office supplies for efficiency

  • Manage callers and visitors to the NDs Office ensuring a win-win situation in access to the NDs time

  • Coordinate the domestic and internal travel plans for the ND, itineraries and agendas

  • Support in the timely procurement, cash requisitions and reimbursements for NDs Office business expenses.

Collaboration & Networks 10%

  • Participate in committees and taskforces, as assigned

  • Participation in Inter agency workgroups and other Networks

Any other Duty assigned by supervisor or designee 5%

  • Participate in Trans teams and support other initiatives by partners in the spirit of integration

  • Any other duties as might be assigned from time to time

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor of Laws degree from a recognized institution

  • Professional certification as Certified Public Secretary

  • At least 5 years’ hands-on experience in corporate governance or legal services preferably in a Non- Governmental organization

  • Strong governance and legal background.

  • Essential Desirable Substantial experience of working in clerking or secretarial role

  • Experience of taking formal / professional minutes

  • Strong written and verbal communication

  • Demonstrable resilience and interpersonal skills

  • Effective personal organizational skills

  • Strong IT skills (including Word, Excel, Outlook)

  • Analytical and critical thinker with ability to work with tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent projects.

Office Orderly (Bulawayo Office)

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.

Title: Office Orderly

Location: Bulawayo

Purpose of the Position:

To make sure all offices and rest rooms are clean and tea is prepared for all staff.

Major Accountabilities/ Responsibilities:

  • Cleaning of all offices

  • Cleaning of rest rooms and workplace.

  • Preparation of teas, washing of dishes and towels

  • Filling water tanks

  • Cleaning the yard and watering of plants.

  • Replenishing of kitchen stocks from stores.

  • Assist when there is need at the switchboard/reception area.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • 5 O levels including English.

  • A Certificate in Hospitality or any relevant field will be an added advantage.

  • Ability to prioritize tasks in a timely and cost effective way.

  • Good time-management skills.

  • Ability to work with minimum supervision.

  • Computer literacy is a necessity.

NB: Shortlisting will be done as applications are received. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Qualified women are encouraged to apply!!!!!!

Learning Advisor/Course Manager

*Preferred position location: Manila, Philippines. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe where WVI is registered to operate.

*Please submit your CV in English.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

You will manage the delivery of a suite of facilitated online courses ("eWorkshops") for WV field-based technical staff worldwide, in a way that ensures a high-quality, engaging and effective learning experience for all participants.

This includes set-up and maintenance of course instances on the learning platform (Moodle); coordination and coaching of a team of subject-matter expert facilitators; monitoring participant engagement and supporting them with technical and administrative issues; and ongoing evaluation and update of the courses (with support from designers and subject-matter experts). You will support the development of new course materials on the platform, and seek to optimise our use of Moodle and learning technologies.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Support Course Design and Preparation:

  • The Senior Learning Designer is supported in the re / design of orientations and eWorkshops.

  • Course sites in Moodle are set up according to Technical Academy style guide.

  • When required, design elements are produced (Rise/Storyline Modules, Facilitator Guide etc).

  • The Training Administrator is supported in course marketing, enrollments and eFacilitator recruitment.

  • Pre-course information for participants is accurate, helpful and timely.

  • eFacilitators adequately prepared and inducted.

Course Management - eWorkshop and Facilitator Coordination:

  • Multiple eWorkshops planned for and managed simultaneously.

  • Workshops coordinated effectively in line with Technical Academy guidance, to optimise learner and facilitator experience.

  • eFacilitators supported to facilitate to high quality standards, through mentoring, coaching and constructive feedback.

  • Learners supported to complete the courses through careful monitoring and engagement.

  • Evaluation reports produced to inform decision making and quality improvement.

Course Quality Improvement:

  • Course design and guidance for learners are informed by the latest Moodle developments.

  • Course administration / coordination / quality improvement innovations are shared and standardised across all Technical Academy offerings (where applicable).

  • Updates to courses reflect evaluation outcomes and the most up-to-date WV programmatic guidance [and] respond to target audience needs, [helping participants to] drive performance and continually increase programme effectiveness.

Team Collaboration:

  • Contribution to Technical Academy planning and strategy

  • Contribution to the ongoing evolution of online learning approach and processes.

  • Establishment and strengthening of linkages and networks with relevant WV communities of practice and experts, stakeholders and partners.

  • Contribution to team projects and activities.

  • Participation in team meetings, one-on-one meetings, and representation of the team at relevant stakeholder meetings.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience running events / courses.

  • Able to (remotely) build and maintain positive and professional relationships with a wide range of stakeholders across boundaries of seniority, language and culture.

  • Advanced knowledge of Moodle course administration and editing, including ability to troubleshoot and research solutions independently.

  • Graphic Design / editorial experience (esp web editorial).

  • Experience of effective remote collaboration with globally dispersed colleagues.

  • Managing/coordinating translation projects.

  • Capacity building and facilitation (preferably online), including deployment of adult learning principles.

Your professional experience is evidenced by the following attributes:

  • Highly organised with excellent attention to detail.

  • Able to set and balance multiple priorities and tasks, including effective coordination with others.

  • Very strong verbal and written communication skills: able to communicate online (verbal and written) with confidence, clarity, warmth and respect.

  • Solutions-focused with a collaborative approach to problem-solving, viewing mistakes and challenges as learning opportunities.

  • Highly organised with excellent attention to detail.

  • Able to set and balance multiple priorities and tasks, including effective coordination with others.

  • Very strong verbal and written communication skills: able to communicate online (verbal and written) with confidence, clarity, warmth and respect.

  • Solutions-focused with a collaborative approach to problem-solving, viewing mistakes and challenges as learning opportunities.

  • Articulate storyline / Rise Moodle (preffered), Adobe professional (optional).

  • High degree of proficiency in using email, MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Familiarity with Teams / similar online collaboration software.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree (in one of the following or related disciplines: International Development, Human Resources Management, Adult Learning, Business Management).

  • WVI Technical Sector knowledge and / or experience (Education, Child Protection & Participation, WASH, Health & Nutrition, Livelihoods, Faith & Development, Social Accountability).

  • Fluency in French (preferably West African) or Spanish.

  • Managing/coordinating translation projects.

  • Capacity building and facilitation (preferably online), including deployment of adult learning principles.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Flexible work hours required due to working across timezones.

  • Timezone and regular working hours compatible with Indonesia.

  • Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 10% of the time.

  • Ability to work from home without distraction.

Psychosocial Support Officer

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The Psychosocial Support Officer (PSSO) will be 100% field based and will support the implementation of the protection objectives and activities related to the OFDA project to be carried out in Rutana, Cankuzo and Ruyigi.

He / she will be in charge of the implementation of all activities related to the PSSO or level of Rutana, Cankuzo or Ruyigi under the OFDA project, including the collection of trainings on the Psychosocial support (PSS) to the health centers identified in the project, as well as the organization of Psychosocial support sessions within the communities of Rutana, Cankuzo or Ruyigi.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Set up training for the health centers identified in the project;

  • Train local focal points on COVID-19 presentative measures;

  • Disseminate the COVID-19 key messages in health centers identified in the project;

  • Organize the community sessions on the PSS;

  • Support community discussions on COVID-19 and other topics such as GBV;

  • Support the referencing of protection cases identified in the project;

  • Identify of beneficiaries in the project;

  • Support beneficiaries in PSS matters;

  • Strengthen the capacities of health centers in identifying vulnerable cases and legal referral;

  • Work through different actors on the identification of beneficiaries;

  • Provide capacity building of staff under his supervision.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Have a university degree in psychology / social science or political science;

  • Have 2 years of experience in a similar position’;

  • Field experience in the field of protection, child protection, GBV or trafficking;

  • Experience in providing training;

  • Excellent skills in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint;

  • Advanced command of French; fluency in English desirable;

  • A good understanding of humanitarian issues.

How to apply:

Should you wish to apply for this position, please go to http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-burundi. If this is your first time applying online via the World Vision International careers website, you will need to register an account along with your application details. This site will provide you with additional functionality, such as saved searches and email alerts. Registration requires minimal information to create your account. Further details will be collected during the application process. All applicants must apply using our online application system, CVs received via email or standard post will not be considered.

In case you face challenges applying through the online system, please call HR department for support. The closing date for submission of applications (Updated and signed CV, motivation letter, certificates of service, and Certified Degrees) is September 24, 2020. No late applications will be accepted.

Important Note:

  • World Vision Burundi does neither use employment agencies nor does it charge money for recruitment, interviews or medical checks.

  • As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children.

  • Although all applications will be considered on their individual merit, suitably qualified women are especially encouraged to apply.

Technical Program Manager - Integrated Health and WASH

You will be required to produce a current (within 3 months) Original Police Clearance Certificate or waiting receipt during interview In case you are shortlisted

Job Title : Technical Program Manager- Integrated Health and WASH

Reporting to : Director - Program Effectiveness & Impact

Grade Level : 17

Work Location : Nairobi

Purpose of Position

To provide overall leadership and management of the Integrated Health and WASH Technical Program that successfully supports World Vison Kenyas efforts to promote Child wellbeing Outcomes in line with World Vision Kenya strategy.

Major Responsibilities

Technical Leadership and Management,30%

  • Provide leadership in the management and implementation of the Integrated Health and WASH Technical Program in the National office

  • In collaboration with the finance unit, ensure planning and budgeting, project funding, expenditures and process are aligned and operating smoothly.

  • Lead the designing and adaptation of Technical Program

  • Lead the setting-up of the technical standards to be adhered to by all implementing staff and partners

  • Approve the technical detailed implementation plans

  • Prepare and produce technical program reports for dissemination to various stakeholders

  • Review and approve all the technical reports prepared from the field

  • Work closely with Strategy & Program Effectiveness unit to develop practical tools in monitoring and evaluation of the Technical Program

  • Develop operating business plan for the technical area in collaboration with the other technical managers and departments

  • Ensure that advocacy is integrated in the Technical Program.

Monitoring, Accountability and Innovation, 20%

  • Ensure quality programming, innovative designs, monitoring, evaluation, reflection, learning and reporting of all projects in the Technical program

  • Promote research, documentation and scaling up of best practices

  • Ensure the development of the TP capacity to focus strategically on initiatives which generate high quality programing leading to measurable and sustainable development

  • Ensure proper management and stewardship of donor and organizational resources

  • Ensure that findings and recommendations from various accountability mechanisms such as Peer Review, Operational and Finance Audits, Program evaluations, Program Capability Review, are acted upon in a timely and effective manner

  • Develop departmental risk register, ensure its implementation to mitigate risks and ensure accountability.

Donor Engagement and Fund raising, 20%

  • In collaboration with the Resources Acquisition & Management Team, develop and market quality concepts, proposals, partner profiles and capacity statements to increasing funding portfolio for the technical program and related grants

  • In coordination with RAM Department develop annual growth plans for the technical program area in line with the National Office strategy.

  • Actively engage in funding negotiations with support offices and coordination with RAM Department and in alignment with Regional Grants Acquisition & Management Strategy & the Regional Working Group Decisions

  • Provide advice on donor management (government/private donors and support offices) ensuring proper resolutions

  • Provide support to RAM in responding to appropriate request for applications for bilateral and multilateral sources in coordination with relevant SOs and management of grant funded program

  • Actively participate in the “Go / No-go” decision making process and ensure that all risks are addressed consistently.

Collaboration and Advocacy, 20%

  • In coordination with Program Effective and Impact Director and Support Offices, develop and maintain pro-active relationships with bilateral and multilateral representatives in the country.

  • Maintain effective communications and pro-active relationships with Support Office partners, including visits by donors.

  • In coordination with the Program Effective and Impact Director, develop and maintain good relationships with national government ministries, other NGOs and the development sector in general.

  • In coordination with the Senior Management Team ensure implementation of Partnership initiatives, capacity building of national office staff and knowledge sharing within the NO.

  • In coordination with the PE&I Director, and program staff, participate in national level coalitions on specific advocacy issues.

  • In the spirit of twin citizenship, contribute to knowledge sharing and collaborative learning through internal avenues such annual reflection forum

Team Management, 5%

  • Model a high standard of personal Christian leadership, ministry and integrity through lifestyle and work relationships that support spiritual development of the team.

  • In close collaboration with P&C, ensure right program staff are recruited, retained, and provided with intentional opportunities, mentoring and coaching for development.

  • Assess and plan for staff capacities/competencies.

  • Engage appropriate Subject Matter Experts for identified training gaps

  • Facilitate capacity building of staff on technical modules, through trainings, workshops, On the Job Training and technical backstopping etc.

  • Provide Staff supervision and guidance to ensure overall quality and comprehensive management of technical program

Any other Duty assigned by supervisor or designee 5%

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

  • Participate and contribute in committees and task forces as may be signed from time to time

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Medicine, Bachelor in Nursing or related health sciences and a Master’s degree in Public Health, Epidemiology or Sexually & Reproductive Health / Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition or any other related health/nutrition specialties.

  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience with a thorough understanding of all areas of project management cycles in a complex, international development organization especially in development and Relief Projects. 5 years should have been at a managerial level.

  • Training or certification in Portfolio and/or Program Management with accredited institutions.

  • Demonstrated track record in proposal development, funding acquisitions and grant management for major government donors preferred.

  • The position holder must be results oriented and team a player.

  • Deep knowledge of WVI working systems, policies and standards will be an advantage