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Strategic Business Development Lead

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision is dedicated to working with the worlds most vulnerable people regardless of their religion, caste, gender or ethnicity. World Vision has been in Sri Lanka since 1977 and currently works through 35 development and relief programmes in 20 Districts across the country.

At World Vision we are passionate about children and committed to bringing fullness of life to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Every day for forty years, that is what our team at World Vision has been doing.

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

Strategic Business Development Lead

Location – Colombo

Job Profile

World Vision Lanka has extensive private sector partnerships which leverage and contribute to social outcomes across its multiple thematic development areas. This position will lead the emerging practice of generating revenue through enterprise to contribute to the organization’s programs and development goals.

Responsibilities

  • Contribute to the formulation and revision of new business development strategies, models and programmes.

  • Provide necessary technical inputs for the formulation and submission of project proposals, business plans, cash flows, etc.

  • Ensure quality of products / services being marketed to meet the quality demands of stakeholders for a business venture.

  • Build and maintain World Vision Lanka’s relationships with external stakeholders.

  • Map out and approach potential partners for strategic engagement, aligned to World Vision Lanka’s strategy.

Required Qualifications, Experience & Competencies

  • Master’s degree in Economics / Finance / Business Development / relevant field.

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience directly working in the development sector / social enterprise space including a minimum 6 years’ experience leading and managing teams.

  • Experience in setting up and managing new business including preparation of business cases, cash flows and financial modelling.

  • Extensive knowledge on national and provincial policies and national and international trends of enterprise development, local economic development, and related sectors

  • A thorough knowledge of the social enterprise space, and capacity to develop a strategy for WVL to differentiate itself in this market

  • Excellent interpersonal and networking skills and ability to effectively represent World Vision with multiple internal and external stakeholders

  • Excellent written and oral communication; ability to speak and write fluently in English

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

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

Only short listed candidates will be notified.

Business Development Division Manager

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The role will report to the Assistant National Director for Field Operations and Resource Development and with a functional role to the Regional Resource Development (RDU) Director through a matrix reporting relationship.

The incumbent will provide leadership in developing strategy for resource diversification of World Vision Foundation of Thailand (WVFT) with a focus on bilateral/multilateral donors, enhance capacity and position of WVFT for acquiring & managing bi & multi-lateral grants and meeting donor and WV accountability standards.

This position's core responsibilities include coordination of the development of the National Office's business plan for grant acquisition and management (GAM), coordinate the implementation of GAM processes, proposal formulation, donor liaison, tracking of GAM performance metrics and building the capacity of local staff in the area of resource acquisition, grant management (with the focus on programming) and providing support to projects/programs that ensures quality, and adherence to WV and donor requirements. The focus of this position will be on resource acquisition.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Develop National Office GAM Business Plan:

  • WVFT has a GAM Business Plan, which includes a donor landscape mapping, a prepositioning and donor engagement plan, and an analysis of the NO capacity advantages

  • WVFT has an efficient grant proposal tracking system.

  • NO has identified key partners and is member of key grant networks

  • Prepare monthly management reports for NO and senior management

Donor positioning and intelligence gatherin:

  • Strengthen existing bilateral/multilateral donor relations and develop new donor relationships through systematized relationship building approach (prospecting cultivating, inviting donors to visit WV projects, providing project data to donors for their dissemination and use, etc.)

Develop quality proposals:

  • Review and research possible proposals and recommend whether WVFT should pursue these opportunities within the parameters of the growth targets and strategy.

  • Lead grant applications and review donor proposal requirements.

  • Ensure proposals have a sound design that links seamlessly to a robust monitoring and evaluation plan that emphasizes adaptive management and systematized organizational learning

  • Meet with donors to clarify proposal requirements.

  • Pay field visits to collect data from Programme Managers for inclusion in proposals.

  • Assist in the review of draft proposals prepared by the proposal coordinator and WVFT technical staff, and provide technical inputs when appropriate and needed

  • Ensure proposals submitted by WVFT meet the requirements of donors.

Leadership and Building the Capacity of Local Staff:

  • Assist with building the capacity of WVFT cross functional GAM team in grant acquisition, management and compliance.

  • Develop a strong local second liner to be able to take up increasing grant management responsibility.

  • Build staff capacity on institutional grant project/program management.

Country Security Manager - Niger

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

To support the National Director in ensuring that effective security measures for the National Office programs are both appropriately planned for and addressed within the national context. Lead in the optimization of organizational security and the mitigation of operational risks for ministry effectiveness by establishing security systems and mechanisms for institutionalizing an organizational culture and practice of safety and security.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Strategy & Planning:

  • Develop and implement the National Office security strategy in alignment with WV security policy so as to ensure the operational priorities of the National Office are appropriately supported.

  • Ensure Security Risk Assessments, Country Risk Ratings and Core Security Requirement standards, processes and procedures are completed in accordance with current Office of Corporate Security guidelines and training.

  • Provide leadership/ management of the security team in country.

Security Operations:

  • Work with the National Director and Regional Security Director to carry out Security Risk Assessments as required/directed.

  • Country Risk Ratings are established and updated as required.

  • Ensure Core Security Requirements are implemented in line with Country Risk Ratings.

  • Provide input and support to management in crisis situations and critical incidents.

  • Conduct security investigations when required.

Networking and External Liaison/Engagement:

  • Represent WV at local NGO security network meetings and ensure information from these groups is disseminated to relevant staff.

  • Build ongoing networks for sharing security information and coordination with the UN agencies, the Govt and other relevant partners.

Capacity Building and Technical Training:

  • Coordinate the assessment, development and implementation of the national office capacity building plan for security management based on local security risk assessments.

  • Seek to develop a culture of security awareness and monitor staff compliance.

  • Buy in a stronger organizational security culture by assessing staff security training needs.

Reporting and Documentation:

  • Provide a regular security report to the National Office, Region and Office of Corporate Security.

  • Ensure that all security incidents are reported in accordance with WV Security Policy.

  • Conduct performance reviews of the field-based security focal persons.

  • Collect, analyze and disseminate security information appropriately.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

  • Police/Law Enforcement or military training.

  • At least 5 years’ experience in a proven security or emergency service field (public, private, and government or NGO sectors in military, security or law enforcement services).

  • Operational experience.

  • Strategic / Managerial experience.

  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience working with UN Agency / NGO.

  • HEAT Training (or at least within 90 days of hire).

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

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • First Aid qualified.

  • Computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

  • Demonstrated personal values, attitudes and behaviors that are consistent with World Vision Core Values.

  • Professional - behave in professional manner at all times and demonstrate ability to represent the organization well at interagency meetings.

  • Radio and/or Satellite phone communications experience, operations and management.

  • Valid Passport and Driver’s License.

  • Demonstrated experience in designing and delivering training.

Work Environment/Travel:

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

Security Officer based in Nanyuki

Reports to: Regional Manager

Work Location: Nanyuki

Grade Level: 13

Major Responsibilities

Security Operations 30%

  • Security Risk Assessments for all ADPs in the region are developed.

  • Security Risk Assessments for all ADPs in the Region are reviewed and are current as per risk ratings.

  • Recommendations in the Security Risk Assessment are implemented.

  • Regional management is properly advised and guided in the event of security incidences.

  • Contingency plans for all offices in the Region to include but not limited to Programme suspension, staff hibernation, relocation and evacuation plans are properly developed.

  • Office assessments are periodically conducted to ensure that safety and security equipment are available and in serviceable condition.

  • Developed Regional Security Annual Operating Plans aligned to the National Office Security Strategy.

  • Contracted security staff in all regional offices are professionally managed.

  • An inventory of all security communications equipment including satellite phones, HF and VHF radios in the region well-kept and maintained.

  • All communication equipment in the region are serviceable.

  • Staff movement during working hours is tracked to ensure safe travels

  • Security investigations are conducted when required.

Strategy & Planning, 25%

  • Develop Regional Security Annual Operating Plans aligned to the National Office Security Strategy.

  • Periodically review Security risk rating for the region and ADPs in accordance with Core Security Requirements.

  • Develop security plan for the region and each ADP.

  • Develop and review security standard operating procedures for all offices in the region.

  • Update core security requirements in the region as per security risk ratings to determine compliance levels.

Capacity Building and Technical Training 15%

  • Staff in the Region have undergone the security training as per the security risk rating.

  • Security training in the region is well organized and coordinated in liaison with the National Security Officer.

  • New staff in the Region are well briefed on the security situation of the area of operation within 24 hours of arrival.

Reporting and Documentation, 15%

  • Regular security reports are shared with the Security Manager.

  • All security incidents are reported in accordance with WV Security Policy.

  • Security documents are revised and shared quarterly with the security Manager or in accordance with the security risk rating.

Networking and External Liaison/Engagement 10%

  • WVK is well represented at local NGO security network meetings and information from these groups is disseminated to relevant staff.

  • Developed networks for sharing security information and coordination.

Any other duties 5%

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Security Studies, Military Science, Security Management and Police Science, Security and Disaster Management, Forensic and Criminal Investigations or related fields.

  2. At least three (3) years’ experience in a proven security field (public, private, and government or NGO sectors).

  3. Military/Police/ any law Enforcement Training

  4. No previous criminal record or convictions.

  5. Computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

  6. Demonstrated personal values, attitudes and behaviors that are consistent with World Vision Core Values.

  7. Proof of resignation and clearance from security services.

  8. Ability to work effectively under pressure (particularly in a crisis situation)

  9. Ability to communicate well in English & Swahili (verbal and written)

  10. Professional - behave in professional manner at all times and demonstrate ability to represent the organization well at interagency meetings.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  1. Minimum (2) years’ experience working with UN Agency / NGO plus field security experience.

  2. Radio and/or Satellite phone communications experience, operations and management

  3. Demonstrated experience in designing and delivering training programs.

Program Quality & Resource Mobilisation Mgr. – Solomon Islands

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) is a grant funded office. The purpose of this position is to provide:

  • Leadership in acquiring and managing resources (grants and private funds) according to donor and WV accountability standards,

  • Leadership ensuring that grant opportunities align with WVSI strategy.

  • Management of Program Quality functions, including project designs, baselines, and evaluations, whereby projects contribute to a portfolio of programming aligned with strategic objectives.

This position will ensure that all projects and programs achieve the greatest impact on the well-being of children. This will also help WV and its partners in Solomon Islands to achieve their objectives so that World Vision is seen as a partner of choice for Support Offices and Donor Agencies. The Program Quality and Resource Mobilisation Manager is a member of the WV Solomon Islands Senior Management Team and plays a central role in the implementation of country strategy and business planning. As a member of the Senior Management Team, the position holder will work closely with National Director, Operations, and Finance to review strategic intent and grant priorities.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

High quality proposals developed in line with WVSI strategy and sector priorities:

  • Engage proactively in Senior Management Team, provide regular updates on progress, and facilitate cross-organisational ownership, contribution, and decision making towards successful Grant Acquisition and Management (GAM).

  • Manage the concept development, proposal formulation, and submissions stages of resource mobilisation.

  • Serve as in-country focal point for managing the concept development, proposal formulation, and submissions stages of resource mobilisation. (e.g. consultation with key stakeholders in-country including staff, local government, donors, etc. to formulate programmatic ideas and directions that fit with WVSI strategic areas of focus and donor requirements).

  • Review calls for proposals and recommend whether WVSI should pursue funding opportunities using the Go/No Go Process, with decisions informed by WVSI strategy and technical programs.

  • Advise on prioritising of grants for block or competitive grant opportunities.

  • Ensure budgets are competitively costed within donor requirements.

  • Produce high quality grant proposals, ensuring all proposals submitted by WVSI meet donor requirements.

Regular support provided to Operations Team to ensure high quality Grant Management:

  • Provide regular on-going monitoring and support to Operations team to ensure grants under implementation meet required targets and donor expectations, and major grant performance issues are resolved or appropriately escalated.

  • Ensure that donor requirements and standards are well understood by PQ/Operations and project staff and a clear hand-over process is conducted for the implementation team, ensure that grant opening workshops are conducted, and produce grant/donor requirement summary sheets as required.

  • Provide support to grant/major donor projects on donor standards and regulations for monitoring and evaluation activities as required.

  • Ensure WV Solomon Islands tools for monitoring project activities are fit for purpose and enable data to be used for grant reporting.

  • Build cooperation, team spirit, a supportive and learning environment in collaboration with all other departments.

  • Provide management of PQ team.

  • Support the professional and personal development of the Program Quality team members through on the job coaching and via providing external or on-line training opportunities.

  • Regularly liaise and coordinate PQ issues with the Operations Manager and Operations team.

Program Quality Management and Staff Capacity Building Support:

  • Lead the coordination and drafting of major program quality documents including report writing, designs, baselines and evaluations. Develop annual plans for major PQ events.

  • Ensure documents meet donor and international best practice quality standards.

  • Lead the contracting and management of consultants to ensure high quality technical advice either in PQ products or project activities.

  • Ensure that the programming capacities of WVSI staff are adequately built.

Communication Management and Leadership:

  • Develop, direct and deliver an integrated and contextually appropriate strategic communications plan in line with WVSI’s priority program goals.

  • Ensure team delivers on content requirements in the WVSI content calendar.

  • Provide line-management and support/mentoring to staff within the communications team to ensure timely delivery of key outputs (eg: stories, photos, videos and other communication materials).

  • Maintain close collaboration with South Asia Pacific (SAPO)/Pacific & communications leadership for effective overall coordination.

  • Produces a WVSI emergency communications plan based on the National Disaster Preparedness Plan.

  • Provide supervisor oversight of WVSI Comms team.

Manage Supporter Engagement with major Donors:

  • Serve as the key liaison point for major donor engagement queries originating from Support Offices.

  • Act as the primary liaison for WSI’s relationships with Support Offices with relation to all projects. Ensure effective collaboration and regular communication with Support Offices.

  • Coordinate major donor visits to WVSI project sites.

  • Strategically manage and nurture major donor investment in WVSI.

  • Maintain detailed knowledge of context in which programming occurs, impacts being achieved, and challenges being addressed by WVSI programs.

  • Working closely with the National Director, continue to update/revise supporter engagement strategy and practices to adapt to changing context.

  • Engage with Donors and/or donor relationship managers to support co-creation and reciprocity of ministry.

Relationship management and Representation:

  • Actively network, build relationships, and strengthen reputation and positioning of World Vision with key donors present in Solomon Islands as well as World Vision Support Offices through regular meetings and other engagement activities.

  • Act as the primary liaison for WVSI’s relationships with Support Offices with relation to all grant projects. Ensure effective collaboration and regular communication with Support Offices.

  • Work closely and effectively with a broad breadth of staff (from project based field staff to high level technical advisors) to ensure effective grants management.

  • Ensure that WVSI is represented at appropriate regional or Global World Vision GAM and Programme Quality related meetings.

  • Represent WV at donor meetings, joint agency assessments and task forces, developing and maintaining good relationships.

  • Lead WV Solomon Islands contributions to consortia programming.

Strategic Thinking & Alignment:

  • Lead the development of the Program Quality strategy and related business plans for the country, ensuring alignment and application of WV International objectives i.e. Child Well Being Targets (CWBTs), World Vision’s development program approach and aggregation of metrics (e.g. grant implementation).

  • Ensures integration of all projects and programs bringing a true holistic approach to development.

  • Provides the Senior Management Team (SMT) the necessary Program Quality (PQ) data and analysis that can influence effective decision making for the overall good of Solomon Islands programming initiatives.

  • Encourage the full and appropriate expression of World Vision’s Christian identity.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Bachelors Degree in Development Studies, Business Administration, a technical field (e.g. Public Health, Economic Development, WASH) or related field. Masters preferred.

  • Demonstrated 3-5 years’ experience in successful proposal writing, funding acquisition, and donor relations.

  • At least 5 years’ experience in program or project design, assessment, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and report writing.

  • Excellent written and oral English communication skills.

  • Knowledge of program development and design, resource acquisition, major donors and multi-laterals and donor relations.

  • In-depth knowledge on program design, monitoring and evaluation.

  • Strong planning, organizational and management skills and ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.

  • Ability to contribute to positive organisational development.

  • Demonstrated ability to work with autonomy, whilst working within a team to deliver high quality team products.

  • Demonstrated ability to work well with local staff and build capacity of local staff in a manner than honours their strengths.

  • Strong relational skills, especially in a cross-cultural environment.

  • Ability to work well in a team setting, including giving and receiving feedback to help improve team performance.

  • Ability to maintain calm and work under pressure to strict deadlines.

  • Experience with programming and/or operations in an emergency context is desirable.

  • Eagerness for learning.

  • Competent in use of Microsoft Office computer programs.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Work experience in South Asia and Pacific regions.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position is based in Honiara in the World Vision Solomon Island Office.

  • Ability to travel in-country and internationally is required.

Communication Manager

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Position : Communications Manager

Localisation : Dakar

Nombre : 01

Grade Level : 16

Finalité du poste :

To provide strategic communications direction and support to World Vision Senegal, through the management of communications and public engagement programme that effectively describe and promote the organization’s visibility, mission and impact to children, communities, staff and supporters, partners and diverse audiences who need to be informed and engaged in the ongoing ministry of WV Senegal.

Responsabilités Majeures:

Key Outputs/Responsibilities

(Accountabilities and results)

Weight (%)

1.

Technical & Operations

Lead the development of World Vision Senegal’s communications strategy and business plans, in alignment with and support to corresponding regional and global communications strategies and priorities to build trust and reputation in the country and beyond.

Ensure communications function is disaster ready to respond to the local humanitarian emergency and that the communications team demonstrates emergency communications core competencies.

Develop and implement WV Senegal’s national communication for advocacy plan to advance the work around the global campaign It Takes A World to End Violence Against Children, National Advocacy campaigns, and agreed Global Moments, and key joint global engagement initiatives.

Develop a strong internal communications function that mobilizes staff for strategy, programme execution and impact

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2.

Marketing and Public Engagement

Develop a performing communication & marketing mix function to build organisational capacity to assist local fundraising efforts that sustainably support World Vision’s programmes.

Oversee the production and delivery of compelling high-quality evidence-based and issues-oriented fundraising, advocacy and publicity materials (web-based, digital, print and video) for effective donor and public engagement – both in-country and internationally, and in collaboration with other World Vision Offices if/as appropriate.

Ensure that stories, photos and other materials are produced to standards of quality required for informing, educating and engaging donors and publics via Partnership websites, magazines, adverts, donor appeals, media releases and other communications channels and outlets.

Contribute to the development, mapping, and implementation of the public engagement business planning in partnership with Advocacy, Operations, and Resource Acquisition teams.

Develop and maintain productive working relationships with external stakeholders such as media, donors, UN, policy makers, coalition and other partners and audiences to enhance World Vision Senegal’s credibility and influence in the promotion of children’s well-being.

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3.

Media and social media

Lead the development of contacts and good collaboration with country-level print, audio and audio-visual media to earn coverage of World Vision.

Support the monitoring of national media and use of media tracking through effective tools and establish the overall capacity of WV Senegal to initiate and respond to media contacts with required speed and skill.

Develop and successfully implement a digital and social media strategy that reflects World Vision brand showcasing high-quality and compelling narrative and visuals, and increase engagement from target audiences

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4.

Strategic & Executive Communication

Provide strategic communications guidance to National Director and Senior Leadership Team on business needs as they related to reputation and trust.

Advise and support the National Director and Senior Leadership Team as required, and country office at large on effective engagement with media and publics especially during crises of potential or actual risk to organisational reputation.

Enhance and protects World Vision’s brand, partners and communities by identifying and addressing risk issues that might damage stakeholders’ perception of World Vision and partners.

Promote continuous learning, innovations and best practices internally, within World Vision regionally and in Senegal communications community.

Oversea media, partners, stakeholders and Support Offices visits and ensure approvals, coordination, scheduling, photo opportunities and interviews, are well planned and executed

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5.

Other Competencies/Attributes:

Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

1. A degree or equivalent in journalism or communications/public relations.

2. At least five years professional experience in journalism or public relations is preferred.

3. Sound understanding and experience in media relations, donor and public communications, emergency communications, advocacy communications and internal communications

4. Experience in team management and demonstrated ability to strategically plan and deliver.

5. English language fluency (written and verbal).

6. Excellent writing skills, with photographic and/or video skills also preferred.

7. An energetic, analytical and self-starting approach to projects that involve significant responsibility.

8. General experience in project management, with specific experience in the production of diverse and creative communications projects including publications, multi-media, websites/pages, photo and video reports, etc.

9. Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills.

10. Able to travel and work in the field as an essential function of the position.

11. Deep understanding of or personal faith in and commitment to Jesus Christ, as expressed through World Vision’s vision, mission and core values.

12. Audience analysis, segregation and targeting through most relevant platforms

13. Social media analytics and strategy

Working Environment / Conditions:

Work environment: Office-based with travel to the field

Travel: 30% Domestic/international travel is required.

On call: 15%

WV’s Core Competencies

Be Safe and Resilient

Build Relationships

Learn and Develop

Partner and Collaborate

Deliver Results

Be Accountable

Improve and Innovate

Embrace Change

Process of hiring: individual interview with a panel.

Application:

To apply, you need to send a letter of motivation addressed to the National Director of World Vision Senegal, accompanied by a CV, the diploma required as following:

Internally, please go to Our People in your ESS in JOBS (Development Actions- Open Position).

Externally, go through the link http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-senegal

Date limite de dépôt : 05 avril 2020

Team Management

Lead, manage, and provide capacity building support to employees in the Communication Unit by ensuring clear goals and accountabilities are established and achieved.

Ensure individuals’ performance and development needs are met, and employees are high performing and engaged.

Lead the process of continuous learning on appropriate communications systems and tools, as appropriate to the context of World Vision Senegal.

Project Officer - A,M&E (Turkana)

Please note that 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.

Position: Project Officer – A, M&E

Reporting to: Project Manager

Grade Level: 12

Work Location: Turkana

Purpose of Position

To ensure that Monitoring and Evaluation of the food assistance programme and Accountability mechanisms are established to allow World Vision remain accountable to the community and other stakeholders.

Major Responsibilities

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected

30%

DME implementation

  • Provide support and participate in project design (assessments baseline surveys) and in the production of well-designed DMT proposals that are LEAP aligned and reflective of community needs and contexts.

  • In Liaison with the National Office team provide support in project designs and ensure that the Food Assistance log frame and M&E plan are realistic.

  • Ensure that M&E activities are adequately budgeted for, these includes monitoring and end of project evaluation for the specified project.

  • Ensure that all Monitoring activities are carried out and reported on time such as (PDMs, CSI on site distribution monitoring etc

  • Ensure that Monitoring data is regularly reviewed for its appropriateness and usefulness in measuring progress toward the achievement of the project objective.

  • Prepare quality monthly, quarterly and end of phase narrative reports in time.

  • Review field visit reports from Field Monitors and ensure that they are in line with the project design

  • Prepare schedule for monitoring together with communities and partners at county and sub county level.

  • Ensuring that data collection plans employ an appropriate mix of quantitative methods using the Open Data Kit (ODK Platform) and qualitative research methods remaining simple, practical, context-appropriate, and cost-effective.

  • Proposal development process factors in LEAP requirement and contextualized to community needs

  • Realistic project designs and food assistance log frame and M&E Plan in place.

  • Realistic Budgets on M&E activities developed.

  • PDM/CSI reports reviewed regularly and results timely utilized in decision making processes.

  • Monitoring Data reviewed regularly to enhance its appropriateness and relevance in meeting project objectives

  • Monthly, quarterly, end of phase and other periodic reports prepared and submitted on time.

  • Schedule for Monitoring developed with communities and

adhered to.

30%

Reporting and documentation

  • Plan tracking for key CWB indicators of strategic relevance through use of secondary data from LRAs/SRAs, SMART surveys etc and primary data, with partners and communities. Consolidate and analyze field data to that it effectively informs the annual child well-being report.

  • Ensure continuous learning and documentation of lessons learnt and best practices for project design, monitoring and evaluation frameworks.

  • Provide support in the review of reports at project level and ensure alignment with LEAP and donor standards.

  • Child well-being reporting achieved through reliable and validated data sources.

  • Program design process remains privy to documented evidence and learning for food/cash and emergency response projects.

  • DM Reports aligned to LEAP and Donor requirements.

10%

Humanitarian Accountability

  • Ensure established linkages between the M&E system of the food program and the Humanitarian accountability requirements.

  • Work closely with the NO Team in the development, contextualization and refining of M&E tools and resources needed to implement humanitarian accountability issues.

  • With the support from the DME Officer at the National Office Conduct the Accountability Assessments.

  • Work with the communities and beneficiaries to ensure that the Four Pillars of the Program Accountability Framework (PAF) Information Provision, Community consultation, participation, and complaints and response mechanisms have been set up and are functional.

  • Ensure that International humanitarian standards such as the; Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) , Sphere standards and Red Cross Code of Conduct and DO NO HARM are well articulated and utilized by project staff.

  • Ensure that protection issues that come from the PDM and CRM are addressed appropriate.

  • Ensure implementation of a safe, efficient and effective system for receiving and processing of feedback, ensuring a two-way communication between communities, beneficiaries and World Vision.

  • Prepare Monthly reports highlighting type(s) and number of community complaints / feedback by project sites. The report should include how these have been analyzed, followed up and used to improve community engagement and project implementation.

  • Linkages in place on food/cash programmes for humanitarian accountability.

  • M&E tools and resources refined to suit humanitarian accountability standards.

Accountability assessments conducted and findings utilized in establishment and strengthening the use of the PAF.

The Four Pillars of PAF set up and utilized.

Humanitarian Standards well-articulated by field staff and utilized effectively in project implementation.

Protection issues emerging from PDMs addressed effectively by the relevant sectors in WVK and partners.

Safe and efficient system for receiving and processing feedback from the community is in place.

Comprehensive CRM monthly reports submitted in time to facilitate prompt remedial measures.

10%

Capacity building

  • Ensure that capacity building plan for the Project Field staff on Monitoring and Evaluation is in place and utilized.

  • Work closely with partners in order to effectively collect monitoring data on CWB outcomes of strategic relevance.

  • DMT staff at Feld level well trained and versed in M&E processes.

  • M&E capacity building plan developed for field staff and utilized.

  • Partners well trained in data collection on CWB outcomes at County and Sub County level.

10%

Resource Mobilization

  • Provide support in the development of proposals and LEAP design documents at project level

  • Sustained funding for DM

  • DM Proposals are LEAP aligned

5%

Networking and Collaboration

  • Network and collaborate with relevant partners, and represent World Vision in Interagency Working Meetings at the County and sub County level

  • WVK well networked and remains proactive in inter-agency fora.

5%

Others

  • Any other duties as assigned by the Supervisor

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

  • A degree related to the science and practice of community development, program design, statistics and evaluation;

  • Two years’ experience in M&E positions including participatory research and impact measurement;

  • Proven technical ability around M&E (i.e. experience in managing data entry and conducting data analysis and interpretation)

  • Experience with SPSS and other related statistical software packages.

  • Demonstrated understanding of quality assurance systems, and continuous improvement, with particular emphasis on integration of accountability measures into all aspects of the project cycle;

  • Empirical knowledge of humanitarian codes, principles and practice;

  • Good team player, self-starter, has ability to work under minimum supervision and maintain good relationships.

  • Strong commitment to WV Values, Mission and Vision.

Project Coordinator - Health (Kilifi)

Please note that 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.

Position: Project Coordinator – Health

Reporting to: Area Programs Manager

Grade Level: 13

Work Location: Kilifi

Purpose of Position

Provide overall project coordination and technical leadership of Mother to Mother project and ensure successful implementation of the interventions aimed at improved maternal and child health in Bamba and Jaribuni wards. Provides technical assistance and leads implementation of the health component of the project.

Major Responsibilities

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected

(40%)

Project Coordination, implementation and technical leadership to the Maternal child health implementation

  • Provide overall coordination of the project to ensure timely implementation of activities.

  • Work with County and Sub county health management teams to integrate Maternal Child, nutrition and livelihood interventions.

  • Represent the project in county and sub county Maternal and Child Health technical working groups (TWGs).

  • Coordinate local structures to ensure that community awareness meetings on Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health components are conducted.

  • Work with local structures to foster positive knowledge, attitudes & practices by community members on up take of Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health services.

  • Provide coordination to project staff to ensure project targets are achieved

  • Manage community expectations in terms of the support that WV can provide, enhance accountability & transparency mechanisms.

  • Facilitate communities to identify viable project Interventions and ensure community participation in project implementation.

  • Ensure the project focuses on the right beneficiary as intended.

  • Develop, a detailed plan that will support delivery of the project objectives throughout the project period appreciating the unique context.

Technical soundness within the project

Timely and quality project implementation

(30%)

DME, Reporting and Documentation

  • Utilize Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health, national and county M&E tools and follow on set targets and timelines of reporting and documentation.

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

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

  • Liaise with National Office technical specialists for their contribution to the technical aspects of the project design.

  • Provide technical oversight to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health quarterly data reviews and reporting

  • Provide budget oversight and ensure adherence to approved plans and budgets

  • Timely preparation for Routine Data Quality Assessment (RDQA), ensuring quality reports are availed.

  • Participate in the project/ program assessments, designs, Annual Operating Plans development and reviews

  • Coordinate development and submission of timely and quality reports as per the requirements organization and donor requirements.

  • Seek out and document lessons learnt and project success.

  • Gather and provide quality feedback and data to be used to develop technical papers and recommendations on key issues for external engagement with decision makers.

  • Together with MOH and other partners, conduct regular reflection and learning events.

Quality and timely reporting that meets set targets

Capacity Building 10%

  • Organize and facilitate specific and relevant trainings for MOH staff, Community Health Volunteers and CVA groups.

  • Facilitate MOH to supervise Community Health Volunteers to deliver on the targets.

Stakeholders having capacity to address existing gaps.

Advocacy, Partnerships, Engagement and Networking (15%)

  • Link and engage with the County and Sub County to ensure timely consultation and technical support.

  • Work with the Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health networks, MOH for technical direction and leveraging of resources to strengthen the health systems to achieve the Project objectives.

  • Work with other partners implementing Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health interventions for synergy and achievement of bigger impact and sustainability.

  • Facilitate community members to identify issues related to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health and support community advocacy to enable the relevant stakeholders to take appropriate action.

  • Support and attend stakeholder’s forum related to Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health interventions.

Harmonized coordination with MOH, other partners and donors

Others (5%)

  • Participate in daily devotions and other organizational meetings as required

  • Effectively manage other assignments as may be delegated to you by the supervisor from time to time.

Enhanced Team work

Other duties well supported.

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

  1. A degree in Nursing Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Public health and Environmental health.

  2. A minimum of 4 years working experience in Health and Nutrition projects at community level two of which should be direct Reproductive Maternal Child Health project implementation experience

  3. At least two (2) years of supervisory level (people management) experience.

  4. Experience working with the devolved system at county and sub county level and familiarity.

  5. Experience engaging with donors

Sponsorship and Program Facilitator (SPF)

Purpose of the position:

Effectively and efficiently facilitate Implementation of program development and sponsorship at the project level to ensure that communities are empowered for sustainable development and they contribute to child well being outcome as per World Vision standards

Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

Major Responsibilities: (please define in output format – 1--6 things of what you expect to see as a result of this position)

Key Outputs/Responsibilities

(Accountabilities and results)

Weight (%)

Implementation and reporting of planned activities

  • Participate in planning and budgeting, preparation of work plans, implementation of planned activities and monitoring/ reporting of progress.

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

  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and Seminars.

  • Identify local level partners, support and facilitate the partnership in the implementation of planned activities.

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

  • Support the collection and documentation of impact and success stories on monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annually.

20

Community engagement and advocacy

  • Sensitize community empowerment through TEAM approach by organizing commercial producer groups (CPG) and formation of commercial villages.

  • Mobilize and facilitate integration of Vision Fund Tanzania(VFT) and Resilience Project Models such as Market Led Agriculture, Local Value Chain Development (LVCD), Standardized Saving Groups (eg Village loan saving Association (VSLA) and other Economic development initiatives

  • Innovatively support communities including RC households to participate and benefit from the programme development and make intentional inclusion of RC families in CPG, VSLA, Village Community Bank (VICOBA) and other program economic activities

  • Sensitize community on sponsorship (RC parents/ guardians, community leaders and other community members) and facilitate participation in the sponsorship management project activities

  • Mobilize and facilitate active participation of children and their communities to participate in planning, monitoring and implementation and evaluation of community development initiatives.

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

  • Follow-up on commitments by leaders on improvement of the wellbeing of children.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in annual children care and protection days – such as the Day of African child.

25

Management of sponsorship performance

  • Monitoring of RC in line with partnership standards.

  • RC records and files well managed and stored securely.

  • Support RCs to correspond with sponsors in a timely manner.

  • Facilitate processing of all special mails; Christmas cards, Spontaneous letters, APR, introductory letters within partnership standard.

  • Support children to respond to sponsor correspondences- Sponsor letters and introductory letters.

  • Support management of Support Office Queries, Gift Notifications, mails, and file copies of correspondences in children’s files.

  • Conduct and produce quality periodic mailings Annual Progress Report – (APR) and Christmas Cards.

  • Take quality pictures according to the required standards.

  • Mobilize and support RC families to adequately prepare for and manage sponsor visits.

25

Monitoring of Registered Children

  • Support development of integrated monitoring plan in assigned area with ADP stakeholder

  • Analyze STEP management report and follow up critical RCs findings by using case management tool

  • Analyze Child well being (CWB) RC visits and Service Operation Indicator (SOI) reports from STEP and share them with ADP stakeholders

  • Compile monitoring reports for management action.

  • Hold monthly / quarterly meetings with Child Monitors and guardians/parents and child protection committees to address findings from monitoring.

  • Identify, train volunteers/monitor, partners and train on sponsorship philosophy and partnership standard.

  • Provide quality and accurate information on presence, support and benefit to enable entry in STEP database.

10

Child Protection and Wellbeing

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

  • Work with local leaders to protection children from child violations and abuses on child protection.

  • Sensitization of children including all RC on child protection.

  • Sensitize children, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities with a view to identify child violations.

  • Facilitate spiritual nurture of children.

10

Networking:

  • Facilitate networking relationships and participation with wide stakeholders such as government, church, faith based organization leaders and other key partners at local level such as NGOs, CBOs, IGA groups

  • Facilitate WVT/VFT integration for profitable agriculture, livestock production and enterprise development (high value agriculture crops and livestock breeds).

  • Foster partnership with local institution in RC monitoring

10

PROFILE: Core Capabilities: (proficiency levels; 1=developing 2 =proficient 3=advanced)

Core Capability

Proficiency level

(1, 2, 3)

Examples of advanced proficiencies

(A full list of indicators available in Core Capabilities into Job Descriptions – Facilitator’s Guide)

Indv

Ldr

Achieving Capabilities

Achieving quality results and service

2

1

Example:

  • Clarifies goal and purpose of work tasks

  • Completes tasks in a timely, cost effective manner

  • Responds promptly in a professional manner

  • Solves routine workplace problems quickly and efficiently

  • Achieves predefined results and outcomes using ethical, efficient methods

  • Clarifies the standards that need to be followed

  • Demonstrates personal integrity and trustworthiness

  • Pursues thoroughness and appropriate detail

  • Communicates with integrity to different stakeholders

  • Takes initiative to focus on quality outcomes and services to beneficiaries and customers

  • Effectively communicate with others to create shared meaning and understanding

Practicing accountability and integrity

2

1

Communicating information effectively

2

1

Thinking Capabilities

Thinking clearly, deeply and broadly

2

1

Example:

  • Identifies gaps, trends, priorities and key issues Understanding various sectors of the humanitarian industry, key stakeholders and operational context

  • Identifies some historical changes in Humanitarian industry and stays aware of changing trends

  • Lists key information sources that keep knowledge current

  • Understands WV core documents (vision, mission, core values, covenant of partnership and ministry policies)

  • Represents World Vision as a child focussed organisation

  • Supports new approaches to work

  • Finds fulfilment in work through creativity

Understanding the Humanitarian industry

2

1

Understanding WV’s mission & operations

2

1

Practicing innovation & change

2

1

Self-managing Capabilities

Demonstrating Christ-centered life and work

2

1

Example:

  • Models a life style of Christ centred witness and service

  • Respects WV’s core values in work and life

  • Understands why work with the poor and disadvantaged children is important for followers of Christ

  • Understands the basic beliefs of the Christian faith

  • Respects and relates appropriately to people of other faiths

  • Accepts and supports corporate spirituality

  • Sets development goals and pursues learning both formally and informally

  • Commits personal time to growth and development

  • Receives feedback on performance and acts on it to improve performance

  • Routinely look for opportunities to learn, improve, change and grow

  • Maintains balance in work, life and relationships (especially family and friendship relationships and support networks)

  • Prioritises many demands without losing focus

  • Has realistic self awareness of abilities and development needs

  • Manages personal emotions and their effects

Learning for growth and development

2

1

Maintaining work/life balance

2

1

Relational Capabilities

Building collaborative relationships

2

1

Example:

  • Treats others with honour and respect

  • Builds and maintains strong relationships

  • Cooperates well with other team members

  • Develops personal networks of effective relationships within World Vision

  • Respects and is sensitive to different groups

  • Adapts personal style to new environments and cultures

  • Appreciates and embraces differences

  • Understands own preferences, culture and perspective

  • Expresses own beliefs in culturally appropriate manner

  • Interprets and presents information with influence and impact

  • Uses different styles to impact different individuals or groups

Other Competencies/Attributes:

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

  • Perform other duties as required.

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:

  • Minimum Qualification required: Diploma in Social Science from accredited College/University in Agric. Economics., Sociology, Community Development, Psychology & related field.

  • Preferred: Degree /Advanced Diploma in Agric. Economics, Sociology, Community Development, Psychology & related field.

  • Experience: 1 - 2 years in programming

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • High integrity.

  • Partnering and engaging with stakeholders

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.

  • Report writing skills

  • Networking and influencing skills.

  • Highly reliable and dependable.

  • Passion for children.

  • Skills in Programming.

  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and donors

  • Computer skills

  • Community Facilitation skills

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment: Few office work with frequent visits to the field

  • Travel: 02% Domestic travel is required and On call: 05%

Facilitador de Desarrollo Integral - PA Gualca (Boaco)

Puesto: FACILITADOR DE DESARROLLO INTEGRAL

Área OPERACIONES

Reporta a SUPERVISOR DE AREA

PROPÓSITO DEL PUESTO

Asegurar el Bienestar de Niñez registrada en patrocinio y del área de enfoque primario asignado desde la implementación de los Programas Técnicos y CESP, en asocio con organizaciones e instituciones presentes.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILIDADES

Responsabilidades Principales

  1. Asegurar patrocinio en la programación en las operaciones de campo, a través de la implementación de los modelos y metodologías y acciones estratégicas a favor del bienestar integral de la niñez y adolescencia.

    Garantizado la retención del RC del área de enfoque primario, a través del relacionamiento entre la familia y la niñez.

    Fortalecido el bienestar integral de la niñez, adolescencia, juventud sus familias y comunidades.

    Asegurada la participación e inclusión de los NNAJ registrada acompañada en las actividades orientadas al bienestar de la niñez.

    Asegurado el monitoreo del bienestar integral de la niñez y adolescencia, a través de las intervenciones programáticas.

    Asegurada calidad y estándares de tiempo de las comunicaciones (SL, IL, GN, TN, QU, APR, videos y fotografías) entre niñez patrocinada y patrocinadores.

    Garantizada la orientación comunitaria en cada comunidad asignada.

    Asegurada la actualización de indicadores de Bienestar de Niñez en Horizon.

    Asegurada la administración del RC acordada con la Oficina de Soporte anualmente.

    Reportados incidentes de protección, salud y educación.

    Seguimiento a los casos especiales de protección, salud y educación.

    50%

  2. Coordinar condiciones logísticas para la implementación de los programas técnicos y CESP.

    Garantizada la recepción y distribución de bienes y servicios a los grupos metas, asegurando los correspondientes soportes tales como actas de entrega y lista de participantes.

    Gestionar logística para la entrega de beneficios por fondos especiales birthday bounceback, community gift, gift cathalogue y GN comunitarios.

  3. Desarrollar competencias en grupos metas comunitarias y, liderazgo local y voluntariado comunitario sobre bienestar.

    Garantizada la consolidación de redes de voluntarios comunitarios que se involucren y participen en actividades de patrocinio y programación, asegurando la sostenibilidad de las acciones a favor del bienestar de la niñez, de acuerdo a las necesidades de cada Área de Enfoque Primario.

  4. Realizar acciones conjuntas con socios y actores locales para el bienestar integral de la niñez y adolescencia conforme acuerdos establecidos para el asocio.

    Fortalecidas las relaciones de asocio para la implementación conjunta de proyectos a favor del Bienestar Integral de la Niñez y Adolescencia.

  5. Asegurar la atención a visitas de patrocinadores en las comunidades.

Asegurar el llenado de los documentos de soporte de autorización y aceptación de las visitas.

Garantizar el cumplimiento de los protocolos de protección de la niñez.

Garantizar el desarrollo de las actividades que forman parte de la agenda de la visita.

CONDUCTAS BASICAS PARA EL PUESTO

Conducta Resultados esperados

  1. Respetar e implementar la Política de Protección de la Niñez.

    Garantizado que WV es una Organización Segura para la Niñez

  2. Respetar las políticas y procedimientos establecidos como parte de los controles internos inherentes al puesto.

    Se ha prevenido y disminuido el Riesgo en las Operaciones.

  3. Demostrar que el manejo de las relaciones con el personal, NNAJ y socios, es congruente con valores y principios cristianos.

Evidenciada la congruencia entre los valores de la organización y la forma de relacionarse.

CONOCIMIENTOS, DESTREZAS Y HABILIDADES

Formación académica

Licenciaturas en: Trabajo Social, Sociología, Antropología Social, Ingenierías, Derecho, Administración y carreras afines, Nutrición, Enfermería, Psicología, Pedagogía.

Conocimientos y habilidades

Planificación operativa.

Manejo de la legislación nacional en temas de familia y protección de la niñez Manejo de metodologías participativas con niños, niñas y adultos.

Dominio de paquetes computarizados en ambiente Windows e Internet.

Trabajo en equipo multidisciplinario.

Capacidad de análisis y síntesis.

Licencia de conducir motocicleta.

Manejo de técnicas para la resolución de conflictos.

Capacidad para organizar, dirigir y facilitar eventos.

Coordinación con voluntariado y socios locales.

Experiencia

Manejo de metodologías participativas con niños, niñas y adultos

Capacidades Centrales

Capacidades de logro

Lograr resultados y servicio de calidad.

Inspirar confianza dentro y fuera de la organización.

Comunicar eficazmente la información.

Capacidades de pensamiento

Identificar puntos críticos enfrentados por la organización.

Entender el sector humanitario.

Capacidades de autogestión

Mostrar una vida y un trabajo centrados en Cristo.

Reflejar valores cristianos en el trabajo y la vida

Aprender para el crecimiento y el desarrollo.

Mantener equilibrio y efectividad en el trabajo/la vida.

Capacidades relacionales

Desarrollar relaciones de colaboración.

Influir a las personas y a los grupos.