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Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Lieu de l'emploi : Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to other governorates: Hajja, Ibb, Taiz, Lahj, Hadramout /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 09/05/2019
Date limite : 23/05/2019

Profile

Education

  • Hold a Master degree in social science or any related field (unless compensated with minimum 5 year of relevant work experience)

Professional Experience

  • At least 3 years of direct professional experience working as a technical expert in Monitoring and Evaluation in emergency contexts.

  • Solid knowledge of different donors’ guidelines regarding monitoring and evaluation

  • Prior experience in working in complex emergency setting, involving displacement.

Professional Requirements

  • Experience in data collection and analysis (creation and management of database at mission level and at project level, data analysis and management, drafting of reports combining quantitative and qualitative information).

  • Demonstrated ability to carry out assessments and evaluations, to produce reports and present findings to donors’, Clusters, and other relevant stakeholders.

  • Experience in working through systems of community participation and accountability

  • Demonstrated experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with different stakeholders

  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular excellent Excel knowledge is a must) and high-level expertise in working with smart tools (ODK and KOBO)

  • Ability to provide capacity building to national staff – both coaching on the job and through structure training.

  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Demonstrated experience in staff supervision and remote management

  • Readiness and ability to move around in Yemen

  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • Excellent written and spoken English

  • Native Arabic would be asset

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multicultural environment

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity

  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)

  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (proactive)

  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)

  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management

  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills

  • Practical and problem-solver

  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure



HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

https://www.intersos.org/posizioni-aperte/#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5cd1e0c92bc32b000acf53bd/

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and at least 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org, with subject line: "SR-35-1038 - MEAL Expert - Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: MEAL Expert

Code: SR-35-1038

Duty station: Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to other governorates: Hajja, Ibb, Taiz, Lahj, Hadramout

Starting date: 01/07/2019

Contract duration: 6 months - renewable

Reporting to: Head of Mission

Supervision of: M&E Officers, Feedback & Complaint Officers

Dependents: n/a

 

General context of the project

In Yemen, INTERSOS has been engaged since 2008, providing protection assistance to refugees and migrants (mostly but not exclusively from the Horn of Africa). Since 2015 INTERSOS scaled up its operations to ensure a robust response to the IDPs crisis and the needs of other conflict affected Yemenis, and also expanded its geographical scope (covering Aden, Taiz, Hajja, Ibb, Hadramout and Lahj). INTERSOS’ protection programming for IDPs and conflict affected Yemenis focused on provision of emergency protection services: protection monitoring, provision of legal assistance, general case management services for GBV/PwSN/CP, including provision of cash assistance, rental subsidies, material assistance, livelihoods and life skills trainings. Moreover, from 2015 onwards INTERSOS started to implement health programming (with integration of nutrition), based on a needs-analysis of the conflict- affected communities in Yemen: with the rapidly collapsing Yemeni health care system, it has been paramount to support partially and non-functional health facilities to prevent total collapse/meltdown of health care system. Such programme includes: immunization, ANC, PNC, BEmONC, IMCI, OPD screening for malnutrition, treatment of SAM cases, health education, deworming, vitamin A supplementation and referral services. Besides attention for EPHC, INTERSOS ensures also attention for Secondary Health care to ensure referral services, while supporting the WHO/MOPHP strategy to ensure the minimum service package (MSP).
Moreover INTERSOS has integrated livelihoods and WASH activities in its main programming.

 

General purpose of the position

The MEAL Expert will support in completing the setting up, implementation and supervision of the MEAL Unit in the INTERSOS Yemen Mission ensuring strong coordination with Program Unit and under the supervision of the HoM.
S/he will accomplish this through leading the development and implementation of a mission MEAL framework / strategy, focusing on mentoring and/or building capacities of relevant programme and M&E staff, as well as promoting and fostering a culture of shared learning and accountability, and promoting innovation within the programme. This includes the development and integration of accountability, learning and programme quality standards in programme assessments, design, monitoring, review and evaluation as well as consistent documentation of learning and progress in this area.
Once fully developed, the MEAL Expert will be expected to lead on MEAL system implementation including monitoring, accountability initiatives, support evaluations, compile lessons learnt, MEAL budgeting and recruitment.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

Strategic development

  • Carry out an analysis of the M&E department in INTERSOS Yemen

  • Steers the development of the MEAL strategy for the mission

  • Develop MEAL SoPs and tools for the mission

  • Suggest efficient and effective structure for the department

Assessments

  • Coordinates and validates ToR (including data collection tools, in coordination with Technical and Program Coordinators)

  • Supports the development of multisectoral assessment tools

  • Coordinates the implementation of assessments

  • Coordinates and validates the drafting of report (second layer of validation by the HoM and Coordinators)

Monitoring of projects

  • Provides the technical framework and tools of all monitoring activities

  • Support HoM in enhancing the common monitoring framework for overall programme in place (Project Appraisal Tool system in particular)

  • Support the implementation of a system to manage information generated by MEAL activities, such as beneficiaries’ databases

  • Support and improve the current system for data collection and analysis

  • Conduct data analysis and present and disseminate information to inform programme management

  • Supports the management of external (donor) monitoring visits

Evaluations

  • Coordinates and validates ToR (including data collection tools)

  • Supports more proactively the development of multisectoral evaluations tools

  • Coordinates the implementation of evaluations

  • Coordinates and validates the drafting of reports. Where reports are being submitted to external stakeholders (donors or diffusion to partners) there will be a second layer of validation by the HoM

Accountability

  • Supervise and improve the implementation of accountability mechanisms at field level, e.g. complaint and feedback mechanisms for beneficiaries and staff

  • In coordination with other department (in particular Protection), develop accountability SOPs for the mission

  • Responsible for the smooth rolling out of the INTERSOS Feedback and Complaint mechanism

  • Ensure the roll out of and training on accountability SOP for each project

  • Support Program Unit to ensure that the overall program is including strategies and mechanism for promoting high level of community participation.

Capitalisation and knowledge management

  • Coordinates and steers the development of ToR for capitalisation activities

  • Facilitates capitalisation activities

  • Steers and / or develop (based on circumstances) the capitalisation reports

  • Manages the knowledge cycle (i.e. how the knowledge is transformed in better quality operations)

HR Management

  • Support in the recruitment and management of staff (induction, performance management and training)

  • Identify learning and training opportunities for MEAL staff and work as a mentor for national staff.

  • Support the design and supervision of training and awareness raising activities for operations and programme staff at field level regarding MEAL priorities and quality standards

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to the project governorates: Hajja and Aden /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion de projet
Date de publication : 19/04/2019
Date limite : 30/04/2019

Profile

Education

  • Hold a Master degree in any relevant field

Professional Experience

  • At least 3 years of direct professional experience working as humanitarian project manager, including financial management responsibilities.

  • Prior work experience in INGO in project management.

  • Demonstrate minimum 3 year experience in the implementation of multi-sector humanitarian programming in complex emergencies, including protection services and health and/or nutrition services

  • Prior experience in working in complex emergency setting, involving internal displacement

  • Prior experience working with DG ECHO as donor will be an added value

Professional Requirements

  • Admin/finance skills;

  • Demonstrable experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with donors and government counterparts.

  • Experience with donor compliance and reporting

  • Strong representation and negotiation skills

  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular Excel knowledge is a must).

  • Demonstrated experience in staff supervision and remote management

  • Strong experience with monitoring tools and systems

  • Readiness and ability to move around in Yemen

  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • Excellent written and spoken English

  • Native Arabic would be asset

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity

  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)

  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (pro-active)

  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)

  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management

  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills

  • Practical and problem-solver

  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure

 

HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

https://www.intersos.org/posizioni-aperte/#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5ca2e31d38d3a0568e16cf9d/

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-994 - Project Manager Multi Sector - Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: Project Manager – multi sector (health-nutrition-protection)

Code: SR-35-994

Duty station: Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to the project governorates: Hajja and Aden

Starting date: 01/05/2019

Contract duration: 11 months

Reporting to: Hierarchically to Program Coordinator, functionally to Health-Nutrition Coordinators and Protection Coordinators

Supervision of: 3 protection teams: 2 roving protection teams in Hajja (1 in Qafl Shamer and 1 in Ku’aydina) linked to 3 health facilities and 1 protection team running a community center in Al-Buraiqa in Aden. 5 health and nutrition teams: 3 at 3 health facilities in Hajja (1 in Qafl Shamer and 2 in Ku’aydina) and 2 running 2 mobile clinics covering collective IDP sites in Dar Sa’ad and Al-Buraiqa (Aden). The total number of staff for all 8 teams is in total about: 129 staff, in addition to 32 volunteers The project manager is supervising 2 national project managers, 1 for Hajja and 1 for Aden.

Dependents: /



General context of the project

The project targets Qafl Shamer and Ku'aydinah in Hajja and Al-Buraiqa and Dar Sa'ad in Aden, providing emergency health and nutrition services, integrated with protection services for conflict and displacement affected people. For health and nutrition services, the project follows the by cluster defined MSP - by level of care (incl. mental health and GBV medical services). The services at health facilities-HFs (Hajja) or provided by mobile clinic teams-MCTs (Aden) include Reproductive Health/Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health, deliveries and antenatal and postnatal care for mothers; newborn care, immunization, deworming, vitamin.

A supplementation, screening for malnutrition, treatment for acute malnutrition cases, health education, outpatient treatment for common ailments, integrating Infant and Young Child Feeding in nutrition treatment and prevention. For protection, the project provides emergency protection services for the most vulnerable, targeting Persons with Specific Needs (incl. persons with disabilities), Child Protection cases and GBV survivors, integrating protection activities with health, providing individual case management services and collective PSS provided from a community center (CC) or a HF, while community volunteers ensure community acceptance, outreach and referral. Community awareness will be tailored per target, age and gender group. For Hajja, INTERSOS will support 3 existing HFs, by support for staff, drugs, equipment and running cost, as well as running 2 ambulances, and will have 2 protection teams covering to the catchment area of the 3 health facilities, working from a room provided in the health facility. For Aden, INTERSOS will run 2 MCTs, targeting the IDPs staying in collective shelters and other concentration areas in Dar Sa'ad and Al-Buraiqa districts. A CC will be set up in Al-Buraiqa, to address the protection needs of the IDPs and HC (while a CC was already established in Dar Sa'ad with OCHA funding).

 

General purpose of the position

The Project Manager is in charge of the implementation and the supervision of the DG ECHO funded project entitled: “Provision of emergency primary and secondary health & nutrition services, with integration of protection services, for conflict and displacement affected people, in Aden and Hajjah governorates”.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

Main responsibilities:

  • Ensures the planning, implementation and monitoring/evaluation and sets targets as included in the project description.

  • Guarantee an efficient financial management for the project in compliance with INTERSOS’ model and donor regulations.

  • Team management (staff and volunteers)

  • Deliver quality project activities reporting, including the findings in terms of impact/changes at the level of beneficiaries achieved through the project.

More specifically:

Ensure the full and timely implementation of the project proposal as approved, pro-actively respecting deadlines for reporting:

  • Team recruitment, liaise with admin-fin department to secure up to date HR files

  • Prepare and organize training for volunteers and staff

  • Project kick-off and presentation/sharing of project with teams

  • Review and prepare a detailed activity plan with team

  • Agree and establish clear reporting and communication lines

  • Verification on the targeting of beneficiaries

  • Ensure sector SOPs and guidelines are properly applied and adhered to

  • Permanent on-job coaching of teams to work on quality in delivery

  • Ensure security assessment for teams’ daily movement and report incidents/concerns in a pro-active manner to the Head of Mission and Security Focal point

  • Secure drug store management

Financial management and procurement:

  • Prepare, monitor and implement financial and procurement plan

  • Prepare weekly liquidity plan

  • Approval of all purchases/contracting and budget line allocations

  • Verify on a weekly basis the bookkeeping entries in the INTERSOS accounting spread sheets (PN): verify budget line allocations, budget expenditure status against actual delivery and the financial plan for the remainder project implementation period

  • Ensure for all purchases/contracting of goods/services/supplies the correct INTERSOS procurement guidelines are applied and properly documented (also for the procedures applied by the municipalities), in close coordination with the admin-fin and logistics department

  • Verify the list of expenditures prior to finalizing the interim and final financial reports

  • Holds final responsibility for verification of all support documents’ completeness and correctness

Manage team and to provide relevant capacity building and on-job coaching to the project team:

  • Manages and evaluates the performance of the project staff

  • Conduct weekly and monthly meetings with the team to review the planning and discuss the main concerns to focus on for the upcoming period

  • Ensure use of correct/relevant forms for assessments and reporting by the team

  • Ensure fluent chain of information/data transfer from field to supervisors

  • Ensure timely processing of information/data and conduct coaching for teams on the analysis of the processed data

  • Continuous/fast verification of data quality collected and received from field staff

  • Establish a participatory process to inform/develop relevant response strategies for conflict mitigation and enhanced social cohesion.

  • Undertake (if security situation allows) field visits to provide technical guidance and supervision to the team and to monitor the progress and quality of the different project activities.

  • Ensure good practice and system for internal and external referral of most vulnerable cases, in close coordination and collaboration with other INTERSOS programmes/project staff.

  • Oversee team attendances and authorize holidays, liaise with admin-fin department to secure up to date HR files

  • Ensure teams respect INTERSOS rules and guidelines to the mission and adhere to INTERSOS code of conduct and charter of values

Monitoring & evaluation:

  • Ensure monitoring and verification for the targeting of beneficiaries.

  • Applying a result-based management approach, monitor the project outcomes, in addition to the outputs and activities, including changes at the household and community level achieved through the project.

Reporting:

  • Ensure quality reporting on achievements through daily short briefings, monthly and weekly planning presented against weekly and monthly performance reports containing clear quantitative and qualitative information related to the activities.

  • Secure weekly and monthly reporting per team and compile, review and analyses reports on monthly bases to be reflected in INTERSOS PAT reporting tool

  • Prepare ad hoc progress reporting for the donor and official required interim and final project reports: Prepare interim and final narrative reports for the donor in a timely and qualitative manner, looking into achievements against outcomes and output and reflect lessons learnt clearly into recommendations for future programming. Reporting must at all times be gender and age disaggregated per OCHA gender and age marker guidelines.

  • Holds final responsibility for all support documents (means of verification) and general project documents

  • Delivers regular communication products (including pictures) on the project to be used by the INTERSOS communication department in different outlets

Coordination and representation:

  • Attend the health cluster meetings and ensure timely reporting of highlights to HNC, program coordinator and HoM.

  • Conduct regular meetings with the donor representatives and facilitates field visits by donor missions (when security allows for).

  • Coordinate with MoPHP, Executive Unit for IDPs and MOPIC to assure the timely signature of sub-agreement.

  • Support INTERSOS with the outlining of its Yemen Country strategy, in particular for the development of an integrated strategy towards end of 2019.

  • Contribute to the coordination between the different project-teams for the projects in Yemen. Proactively participate in health cluster meetings and other relevant working groups for Yemen, also relevant inter-sectorial coordination meetings at national level.

  • Ensure systematic information and update sharing with the HOM and other programme staff.

  • Coordinate with other INTERSOS projects/sectors for effective and efficient referral of cases between INTERSOS projects/sectors

Other:

  • Perform any other related duties as required.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Lieu de l'emploi : Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to the project governorates: Hajja and Aden /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion de projet
Date de publication : 04/04/2019
Date limite : 18/04/2019

Profile

Education

  • Hold a Master degree in any relevant field

Professional Experience

  • At least 3 years of direct professional experience working as humanitarian project manager, including financial management responsibilities.

  • Prior work experience in INGO in project management.

  • Demonstrate minimum 3 year experience in the implementation of multi-sector humanitarian programming in complex emergencies, including protection services and health and/or nutrition services

  • Prior experience in working in complex emergency setting, involving internal displacement

  • Prior experience working with DG ECHO as donor will be an added value

Professional Requirements

  • Admin/finance skills;

  • Demonstrable experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with donors and government counterparts.

  • Experience with donor compliance and reporting

  • Strong representation and negotiation skills

  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular Excel knowledge is a must).

  • Demonstrated experience in staff supervision and remote management

  • Strong experience with monitoring tools and systems

  • Readiness and ability to move around in Yemen

  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • Excellent written and spoken English

  • Native Arabic would be asset

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity

  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)

  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (pro-active)

  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)

  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management

  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills

  • Practical and problem-solver

  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure



HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

https://www.intersos.org/posizioni-aperte/#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5ca2e31d38d3a0568e16cf9d/

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-994 - Project Manager Multi Sector - Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: Project Manager – multi sector (health-nutrition-protection)

Code: SR-35-994

Duty station: Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to the project governorates: Hajja and Aden

Starting date: 01/05/2019

Contract duration: 11 months

Reporting to: Hierarchically to Program Coordinator, functionally to Health-Nutrition Coordinators and Protection Coordinators

Supervision of: 3 protection teams: 2 roving protection teams in Hajja (1 in Qafl Shamer and 1 in Ku’aydina) linked to 3 health facilities and 1 protection team running a community center in Al-Buraiqa in Aden. 5 health and nutrition teams: 3 at 3 health facilities in Hajja (1 in Qafl Shamer and 2 in Ku’aydina) and 2 running 2 mobile clinics covering collective IDP sites in Dar Sa’ad and Al-Buraiqa (Aden). The total number of staff for all 8 teams is in total about: 129 staff, in addition to 32 volunteers The project manager is supervising 2 national project managers, 1 for Hajja and 1 for Aden.

Dependents: /



General context of the project

The project targets Qafl Shamer and Ku'aydinah in Hajja and Al-Buraiqa and Dar Sa'ad in Aden, providing emergency health and nutrition services, integrated with protection services for conflict and displacement affected people. For health and nutrition services, the project follows the by cluster defined MSP - by level of care (incl. mental health and GBV medical services). The services at health facilities-HFs (Hajja) or provided by mobile clinic teams-MCTs (Aden) include Reproductive Health/Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health, deliveries and antenatal and postnatal care for mothers; newborn care, immunization, deworming, vitamin.

A supplementation, screening for malnutrition, treatment for acute malnutrition cases, health education, outpatient treatment for common ailments, integrating Infant and Young Child Feeding in nutrition treatment and prevention. For protection, the project provides emergency protection services for the most vulnerable, targeting Persons with Specific Needs (incl. persons with disabilities), Child Protection cases and GBV survivors, integrating protection activities with health, providing individual case management services and collective PSS provided from a community center (CC) or a HF, while community volunteers ensure community acceptance, outreach and referral. Community awareness will be tailored per target, age and gender group. For Hajja, INTERSOS will support 3 existing HFs, by support for staff, drugs, equipment and running cost, as well as running 2 ambulances, and will have 2 protection teams covering to the catchment area of the 3 health facilities, working from a room provided in the health facility. For Aden, INTERSOS will run 2 MCTs, targeting the IDPs staying in collective shelters and other concentration areas in Dar Sa'ad and Al-Buraiqa districts. A CC will be set up in Al-Buraiqa, to address the protection needs of the IDPs and HC (while a CC was already established in Dar Sa'ad with OCHA funding).

 

General purpose of the position

The Project Manager is in charge of the implementation and the supervision of the DG ECHO funded project entitled: “Provision of emergency primary and secondary health & nutrition services, with integration of protection services, for conflict and displacement affected people, in Aden and Hajjah governorates”.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

Main responsibilities:

  • Ensures the planning, implementation and monitoring/evaluation and sets targets as included in the project description.

  • Guarantee an efficient financial management for the project in compliance with INTERSOS’ model and donor regulations.

  • Team management (staff and volunteers)

  • Deliver quality project activities reporting, including the findings in terms of impact/changes at the level of beneficiaries achieved through the project.

More specifically:

Ensure the full and timely implementation of the project proposal as approved, pro-actively respecting deadlines for reporting:

  • Team recruitment, liaise with admin-fin department to secure up to date HR files

  • Prepare and organize training for volunteers and staff

  • Project kick-off and presentation/sharing of project with teams

  • Review and prepare a detailed activity plan with team

  • Agree and establish clear reporting and communication lines

  • Verification on the targeting of beneficiaries

  • Ensure sector SOPs and guidelines are properly applied and adhered to

  • Permanent on-job coaching of teams to work on quality in delivery

  • Ensure security assessment for teams’ daily movement and report incidents/concerns in a pro-active manner to the Head of Mission and Security Focal point

  • Secure drug store management

Financial management and procurement:

  • Prepare, monitor and implement financial and procurement plan

  • Prepare weekly liquidity plan

  • Approval of all purchases/contracting and budget line allocations

  • Verify on a weekly basis the bookkeeping entries in the INTERSOS accounting spread sheets (PN): verify budget line allocations, budget expenditure status against actual delivery and the financial plan for the remainder project implementation period

  • Ensure for all purchases/contracting of goods/services/supplies the correct INTERSOS procurement guidelines are applied and properly documented (also for the procedures applied by the municipalities), in close coordination with the admin-fin and logistics department

  • Verify the list of expenditures prior to finalizing the interim and final financial reports

  • Holds final responsibility for verification of all support documents’ completeness and correctness

Manage team and to provide relevant capacity building and on-job coaching to the project team:

  • Manages and evaluates the performance of the project staff

  • Conduct weekly and monthly meetings with the team to review the planning and discuss the main concerns to focus on for the upcoming period

  • Ensure use of correct/relevant forms for assessments and reporting by the team

  • Ensure fluent chain of information/data transfer from field to supervisors

  • Ensure timely processing of information/data and conduct coaching for teams on the analysis of the processed data

  • Continuous/fast verification of data quality collected and received from field staff

  • Establish a participatory process to inform/develop relevant response strategies for conflict mitigation and enhanced social cohesion.

  • Undertake (if security situation allows) field visits to provide technical guidance and supervision to the team and to monitor the progress and quality of the different project activities.

  • Ensure good practice and system for internal and external referral of most vulnerable cases, in close coordination and collaboration with other INTERSOS programmes/project staff.

  • Oversee team attendances and authorize holidays, liaise with admin-fin department to secure up to date HR files

  • Ensure teams respect INTERSOS rules and guidelines to the mission and adhere to INTERSOS code of conduct and charter of values

Monitoring & evaluation:

  • Ensure monitoring and verification for the targeting of beneficiaries.

  • Applying a result-based management approach, monitor the project outcomes, in addition to the outputs and activities, including changes at the household and community level achieved through the project.

Reporting:

  • Ensure quality reporting on achievements through daily short briefings, monthly and weekly planning presented against weekly and monthly performance reports containing clear quantitative and qualitative information related to the activities.

  • Secure weekly and monthly reporting per team and compile, review and analyses reports on monthly bases to be reflected in INTERSOS PAT reporting tool

  • Prepare ad hoc progress reporting for the donor and official required interim and final project reports: Prepare interim and final narrative reports for the donor in a timely and qualitative manner, looking into achievements against outcomes and output and reflect lessons learnt clearly into recommendations for future programming. Reporting must at all times be gender and age disaggregated per OCHA gender and age marker guidelines.

  • Holds final responsibility for all support documents (means of verification) and general project documents

  • Delivers regular communication products (including pictures) on the project to be used by the INTERSOS communication department in different outlets

Coordination and representation:

  • Attend the health cluster meetings and ensure timely reporting of highlights to HNC, program coordinator and HoM.

  • Conduct regular meetings with the donor representatives and facilitates field visits by donor missions (when security allows for).

  • Coordinate with MoPHP, Executive Unit for IDPs and MOPIC to assure the timely signature of sub-agreement.

  • Support INTERSOS with the outlining of its Yemen Country strategy, in particular for the development of an integrated strategy towards end of 2019.

  • Contribute to the coordination between the different project-teams for the projects in Yemen. Proactively participate in health cluster meetings and other relevant working groups for Yemen, also relevant inter-sectorial coordination meetings at national level.

  • Ensure systematic information and update sharing with the HOM and other programme staff.

  • Coordinate with other INTERSOS projects/sectors for effective and efficient referral of cases between INTERSOS projects/sectors

Other:

  • Perform any other related duties as required.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 28/03/2019
Date limite : 04/04/2019

Profile

Education

Hold a master’s degree in social science or any related field (unless compensated with minimum 5 year of relevant work experience).

Professional Experience

  • At least 2 years relevant coordination experience in the protection sector in emergency settings

  • Familiarity with the Cluster system and OCHA functions is mandatory

  • Prior experience in providing coordination, training and guidance to partners (UN agencies, INGOs, NNGOs) in carrying out protection & multi-sector rapid assessments and intention surveys in challenging environment

  • Prior experience in roles of coordination & representation of national and international NGOs

  • Deep knowledge of protection mainstreaming, referral pathway mechanisms and service mapping

  • Prior experience in working in protracted complex emergency setting, involving internal displacement

  • Demonstrated knowledge of project proposal writing, while prior experience in Cluster defense would be an asset

Professional Requirements

  • Demonstrable experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with a variety of stakeholders including, donors and government counterparts, INGOs, NGOs, other Clusters, UN agencies representatives

  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular excellent Excel knowledge is a must)

  • Experience in data collection and analysis (data analysis and management, drafting of reports combining quantitative and qualitative information), including ability to work smoothly with SMART tools such as ODK and KOBO

  • Demonstrate ability to provide capacity building to national staff – both coaching on the job and through structure training

  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Strong experience with monitoring tools and systems

  • Basic IM and design skills would be an asset

  • Readiness to move around in Yemen

  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • EXCELLENT English language skills – reading, speaking, writing

  • Knowledge of Arabic language will be considered as an asset but is not compulsory

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity

  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)

  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (pro-active)

  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)

  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management

  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills

  • Practical and problem-solver

  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure and flexible working hours



HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

 

https://intersos.knack.com/imp#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5badea400c81e06b191de486/

 

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-705 - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator- Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator

Code: 35-705

Duty station: Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates (meetings, assessments, surveys). Other governorates include: Lahj, South Taiz, Al-Dhale’a, Abyan, in addition to Mukalla-hub (Shabwa, Hadramout and Al-Mahra) until present presence is established by protection cluster in Mukalla.

Starting date: 07/04/2019

Contract duration: 9 Months

Reporting to: INTERSOS - Head of Mission & UNHCR - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (UNHCR SN-PCC)

Supervision of: n/a

Dependents: n/a

 

General context of the project

Yemen finds itself in a man-made protracted crisis with devastating effects on the lives of ordinary people. The protection of civilians is continuously undermined and/or ignored by the parties to the conflict. Armed conflict, risk of famine and disease outbreaks in Yemen have resulted in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis with over 18 million people estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance. At the heart of this man-made humanitarian emergency is a protection crisis that threatens the life, safety and well-being of millions of civilians, not least the most vulnerable already struggling to survive. Underlying the armed conflict, deep financial and economy crisis, and collapse basic services and institutions, are ongoing violations of international human rights law (IHRL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) and that result in civilian casualties, displacement, damage to civilian infrastructure and disruption and loss of livelihoods. These factors have exacerbated the vulnerabilities of the Yemeni population, leading to households and individuals resorting to negative coping mechanisms, such as child marriage, child labor, forced recruitment, etc. Moreover there is an increased family separation and the breakdown of community support structures, not to mention increased psychosocial and mental distress.

 

General purpose of the position

With protection being strategic and cross-cutting, the Sub-National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (SN-PCCC), together with the Sub National Protection Cluster Coordinator (SN-PCC), under leadership of UNHCR, assumes the responsibility of promoting the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response in the southern governorates. In addition to ensure access to qualitative protection services, the Sub-National Protection Cluster, under the leadership of the SN-PCC, is also responsible for providing training and guidance so that protection is sufficiently mainstreamed across clusters and sectors. 

The SN-PCCC represents the Protection Cluster in inter-cluster coordination mechanisms, at the Inter-Cluster Working Group and in other relevant fora (as necessary). The SN-PCCC represents the interests of the members of the Protection Cluster, respecting and promoting the humanitarian principles.

The SN-PCCC supports the work of the sub-clusters (Child Protection, GBV and the MATWG) while ensuring a holistic and coordinated approach in the protection response and ensures consultation to represent interests of sub-clusters.

Moreover the SN-PCCC will ensure:

  • Timely and coordinated action to address the protection needs of affected populations by Sub-National Protection Cluster members

  • Relevant and robust coordination mechanisms, incl. information management, are established and maintained with Sub-National Protection Cluster members, government counterparts and donors, for timely and effective needs assessments, planning, prioritization, implementation, reporting and evaluation

  • Quality analysis of context and data, permitting prioritization of protection related response activities, considering age, gender, disability and other diversities of the affected populations

  • Ensure that Sub-National Protection Cluster members are accountable to affected populations through consultation, participation, feedback and response mechanisms integrated throughout the programming cycles

  • Timely and evidence-based advocacy for adequate funding of activities delivered by the Sub-National Protection Cluster.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

  • Support the SN-PCC to convene and facilitate Sub-National Protection Cluster meetings in line with the Principles of Partnership, ensuring that meetings are consultative and results-oriented;

  • Promote the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response throughout the humanitarian program cycle, incl. timely and comprehensive protection analysis and recommendations for action;

  • Ensure that the protection response is driven by a Protection Cluster strategy, which is informed by protection considerations and humanitarian principles, developed in a consultative process with Sub-National Protection Cluster members and external partners;

  • Ensure monitoring and reporting on activities, needs, and performance against the Protection Cluster strategy and agreed results;

  • Proactively represent the Sub-National Protection Cluster and the interests of Sub-National Protection Cluster members in inter-cluster working group, including with the government, ensuring consultation with Sub-National Protection Cluster members on key messages and adherence to humanitarian principles of impartiality, independence, neutrality and humanity;

  • Ensure coordination with government counterparts and other relevant authorities as well as complementarity with government policies and plans;

  • Co-lead and coordinate protection needs assessments, including participatory assessments of all affected populations within the Protection Cluster or at the inter-cluster level;

  • Ensure evidence-based collaborative planning;

  • Provide timely information as available and appropriate to Sub-National Protection Cluster members concerning funding opportunities as well as advocating of funding of protection activities in southern Governorates;

  • Co-coordinate and contribute to initiatives, including the delivery of protection training activities, to build the protection capacity of inter alia Sub-National Protection Cluster members and local authorities, external partners and civil society;

  • Co-facilitate reporting and information sharing within the Sub-National Protection Cluster and at the inter-cluster level;

  • Ensure the collection, analysis and use of sex and age disaggregated data, and that reporting captures gender, age and diversity dimensions.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 21/03/2019
Date limite : 28/03/2019

Profile

Education

Hold a master’s degree in social science or any related field (unless compensated with minimum 5 year of relevant work experience).

Professional Experience

  • At least 2 years relevant coordination experience in the protection sector in emergency settings

  • Familiarity with the Cluster system and OCHA functions is mandatory

  • Prior experience in providing coordination, training and guidance to partners (UN agencies, INGOs, NNGOs) in carrying out protection & multi-sector rapid assessments and intention surveys in challenging environment

  • Prior experience in roles of coordination & representation of national and international NGOs

  • Deep knowledge of protection mainstreaming, referral pathway mechanisms and service mapping

  • Prior experience in working in protracted complex emergency setting, involving internal displacement

  • Demonstrated knowledge of project proposal writing, while prior experience in Cluster defense would be an asset

Professional Requirements

  • Demonstrable experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with a variety of stakeholders including, donors and government counterparts, INGOs, NGOs, other Clusters, UN agencies representatives

  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular excellent Excel knowledge is a must)

  • Experience in data collection and analysis (data analysis and management, drafting of reports combining quantitative and qualitative information), including ability to work smoothly with SMART tools such as ODK and KOBO

  • Demonstrate ability to provide capacity building to national staff – both coaching on the job and through structure training

  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Strong experience with monitoring tools and systems

  • Basic IM and design skills would be an asset

  • Readiness to move around in Yemen

  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • EXCELLENT English language skills – reading, speaking, writing

  • Knowledge of Arabic language will be considered as an asset but is not compulsory

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity

  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)

  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (pro-active)

  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)

  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management

  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills

  • Practical and problem-solver

  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure and flexible working hours



HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

 

https://intersos.knack.com/imp#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5badea400c81e06b191de486/

 

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-705 - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator- Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator

Code: 35-705

Duty station: Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates (meetings, assessments, surveys). Other governorates include: Lahj, South Taiz, Al-Dhale’a, Abyan, in addition to Mukalla-hub (Shabwa, Hadramout and Al-Mahra) until present presence is established by protection cluster in Mukalla.

Starting date: 07/04/2019

Contract duration: 9 Months

Reporting to: INTERSOS - Head of Mission & UNHCR - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (UNHCR SN-PCC)

Supervision of: n/a

Dependents: n/a

 

General context of the project

Yemen finds itself in a man-made protracted crisis with devastating effects on the lives of ordinary people. The protection of civilians is continuously undermined and/or ignored by the parties to the conflict. Armed conflict, risk of famine and disease outbreaks in Yemen have resulted in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis with over 18 million people estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance. At the heart of this man-made humanitarian emergency is a protection crisis that threatens the life, safety and well-being of millions of civilians, not least the most vulnerable already struggling to survive. Underlying the armed conflict, deep financial and economy crisis, and collapse basic services and institutions, are ongoing violations of international human rights law (IHRL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) and that result in civilian casualties, displacement, damage to civilian infrastructure and disruption and loss of livelihoods. These factors have exacerbated the vulnerabilities of the Yemeni population, leading to households and individuals resorting to negative coping mechanisms, such as child marriage, child labor, forced recruitment, etc. Moreover there is an increased family separation and the breakdown of community support structures, not to mention increased psychosocial and mental distress.

 

General purpose of the position

With protection being strategic and cross-cutting, the Sub-National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (SN-PCCC), together with the Sub National Protection Cluster Coordinator (SN-PCC), under leadership of UNHCR, assumes the responsibility of promoting the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response in the southern governorates. In addition to ensure access to qualitative protection services, the Sub-National Protection Cluster, under the leadership of the SN-PCC, is also responsible for providing training and guidance so that protection is sufficiently mainstreamed across clusters and sectors. 

The SN-PCCC represents the Protection Cluster in inter-cluster coordination mechanisms, at the Inter-Cluster Working Group and in other relevant fora (as necessary). The SN-PCCC represents the interests of the members of the Protection Cluster, respecting and promoting the humanitarian principles.

The SN-PCCC supports the work of the sub-clusters (Child Protection, GBV and the MATWG) while ensuring a holistic and coordinated approach in the protection response and ensures consultation to represent interests of sub-clusters.

Moreover the SN-PCCC will ensure:

  • Timely and coordinated action to address the protection needs of affected populations by Sub-National Protection Cluster members

  • Relevant and robust coordination mechanisms, incl. information management, are established and maintained with Sub-National Protection Cluster members, government counterparts and donors, for timely and effective needs assessments, planning, prioritization, implementation, reporting and evaluation

  • Quality analysis of context and data, permitting prioritization of protection related response activities, considering age, gender, disability and other diversities of the affected populations

  • Ensure that Sub-National Protection Cluster members are accountable to affected populations through consultation, participation, feedback and response mechanisms integrated throughout the programming cycles

  • Timely and evidence-based advocacy for adequate funding of activities delivered by the Sub-National Protection Cluster.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

  • Support the SN-PCC to convene and facilitate Sub-National Protection Cluster meetings in line with the Principles of Partnership, ensuring that meetings are consultative and results-oriented;

  • Promote the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response throughout the humanitarian program cycle, incl. timely and comprehensive protection analysis and recommendations for action;

  • Ensure that the protection response is driven by a Protection Cluster strategy, which is informed by protection considerations and humanitarian principles, developed in a consultative process with Sub-National Protection Cluster members and external partners;

  • Ensure monitoring and reporting on activities, needs, and performance against the Protection Cluster strategy and agreed results;

  • Proactively represent the Sub-National Protection Cluster and the interests of Sub-National Protection Cluster members in inter-cluster working group, including with the government, ensuring consultation with Sub-National Protection Cluster members on key messages and adherence to humanitarian principles of impartiality, independence, neutrality and humanity;

  • Ensure coordination with government counterparts and other relevant authorities as well as complementarity with government policies and plans;

  • Co-lead and coordinate protection needs assessments, including participatory assessments of all affected populations within the Protection Cluster or at the inter-cluster level;

  • Ensure evidence-based collaborative planning;

  • Provide timely information as available and appropriate to Sub-National Protection Cluster members concerning funding opportunities as well as advocating of funding of protection activities in southern Governorates;

  • Co-coordinate and contribute to initiatives, including the delivery of protection training activities, to build the protection capacity of inter alia Sub-National Protection Cluster members and local authorities, external partners and civil society;

  • Co-facilitate reporting and information sharing within the Sub-National Protection Cluster and at the inter-cluster level;

  • Ensure the collection, analysis and use of sex and age disaggregated data, and that reporting captures gender, age and diversity dimensions.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 12/03/2019
Date limite : 21/03/2019

Profile

Education

Hold a master’s degree in social science or any related field (unless compensated with minimum 5 year of relevant work experience).

Professional Experience

  • At least 2 years relevant coordination experience in the protection sector in emergency settings
  • Familiarity with the Cluster system and OCHA functions is mandatory
  • Prior experience in providing coordination, training and guidance to partners (UN agencies, INGOs, NNGOs) in carrying out protection & multi-sector rapid assessments and intention surveys in challenging environment
  • Prior experience in roles of coordination & representation of national and international NGOs
  • Deep knowledge of protection mainstreaming, referral pathway mechanisms and service mapping
  • Prior experience in working in protracted complex emergency setting, involving internal displacement
  • Demonstrated knowledge of project proposal writing, while prior experience in Cluster defense would be an asset

Professional Requirements

  • Demonstrable experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with a variety of stakeholders including, donors and government counterparts, INGOs, NGOs, other Clusters, UN agencies representatives
  • Excellent computer skills (proven computer literacy, in particular excellent Excel knowledge is a must)
  • Experience in data collection and analysis (data analysis and management, drafting of reports combining quantitative and qualitative information), including ability to work smoothly with SMART tools such as ODK and KOBO
  • Demonstrate ability to provide capacity building to national staff – both coaching on the job and through structure training
  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Strong experience with monitoring tools and systems
  • Basic IM and design skills would be an asset
  • Readiness to move around in Yemen
  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages

  • EXCELLENT English language skills – reading, speaking, writing
  • Knowledge of Arabic language will be considered as an asset but is not compulsory

Personal Requirements

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment
  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity
  • Attention to detail and structured way of approaching tasks (very organized)
  • Ability to plan ahead and output oriented (pro-active)
  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment (stress-resilient)
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and respect line management
  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills
  • Practical and problem-solver
  • Ability to deal with heavy work pressure and flexible working hours

 

 

HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

 

https://intersos.knack.com/imp#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5badea400c81e06b191de486/ 

 

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-705 - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator- Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Terms of reference

Job Title: Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator

Code: 35-705

Duty station: Aden, but with regular field visits for cluster-related purposes to other governorates (meetings, assessments, surveys). Other governorates include: Lahj, South Taiz, Al-Dhale’a, Abyan, in addition to Mukalla-hub (Shabwa, Hadramout and Al-Mahra) until present presence is established by protection cluster in Mukalla.

Starting date: 07/04/2019

Contract duration: 9 Months

Reporting to: INTERSOS - Head of Mission & UNHCR - Sub National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (UNHCR SN-PCC)

Supervision of: n/a

Dependents: n/a

 

General context of the project

Yemen finds itself in a man-made protracted crisis with devastating effects on the lives of ordinary people. The protection of civilians is continuously undermined and/or ignored by the parties to the conflict. Armed conflict, risk of famine and disease outbreaks in Yemen have resulted in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis with over 18 million people estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance. At the heart of this man-made humanitarian emergency is a protection crisis that threatens the life, safety and well-being of millions of civilians, not least the most vulnerable already struggling to survive. Underlying the armed conflict, deep financial and economy crisis, and collapse basic services and institutions, are ongoing violations of international human rights law (IHRL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) and that result in civilian casualties, displacement, damage to civilian infrastructure and disruption and loss of livelihoods. These factors have exacerbated the vulnerabilities of the Yemeni population, leading to households and individuals resorting to negative coping mechanisms, such as child marriage, child labor, forced recruitment, etc. Moreover there is an increased family separation and the breakdown of community support structures, not to mention increased psychosocial and mental distress.

 

General purpose of the position

With protection being strategic and cross-cutting, the Sub-National Protection Cluster Co-Coordinator (SN-PCCC), together with the Sub National Protection Cluster Coordinator (SN-PCC), under leadership of UNHCR, assumes the responsibility of promoting the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response in the southern governorates. In addition to ensure access to qualitative protection services, the Sub-National Protection Cluster, under the leadership of the SN-PCC, is also responsible for providing training and guidance so that protection is sufficiently mainstreamed across clusters and sectors. 

The SN-PCCC represents the Protection Cluster in inter-cluster coordination mechanisms, at the Inter-Cluster Working Group and in other relevant fora (as necessary). The SN-PCCC represents the interests of the members of the Protection Cluster, respecting and promoting the humanitarian principles.

The SN-PCCC supports the work of the sub-clusters (Child Protection, GBV and the MATWG) while ensuring a holistic and coordinated approach in the protection response and ensures consultation to represent interests of sub-clusters.

Moreover the SN-PCCC will ensure:

  • Timely and coordinated action to address the protection needs of affected populations by Sub-National Protection Cluster members
  • Relevant and robust coordination mechanisms, incl. information management, are established and maintained with Sub-National Protection Cluster members, government counterparts and donors, for timely and effective needs assessments, planning, prioritization, implementation, reporting and evaluation
  • Quality analysis of context and data, permitting prioritization of protection related response activities, considering age, gender, disability and other diversities of the affected populations
  • Ensure that Sub-National Protection Cluster members are accountable to affected populations through consultation, participation, feedback and response mechanisms integrated throughout the programming cycles
  • Timely and evidence-based advocacy for adequate funding of activities delivered by the Sub-National Protection Cluster.

 

Main responsibilities and tasks

  • Support the SN-PCC to convene and facilitate Sub-National Protection Cluster meetings in line with the Principles of Partnership, ensuring that meetings are consultative and results-oriented;
  • Promote the centrality of protection in the overall humanitarian response throughout the humanitarian program cycle, incl. timely and comprehensive protection analysis and recommendations for action;
  • Ensure that the protection response is driven by a Protection Cluster strategy, which is informed by protection considerations and humanitarian principles, developed in a consultative process with Sub-National Protection Cluster members and external partners;
  • Ensure monitoring and reporting on activities, needs, and performance against the Protection Cluster strategy and agreed results;
  • Proactively represent the Sub-National Protection Cluster and the interests of Sub-National Protection Cluster members in inter-cluster working group, including with the government, ensuring consultation with Sub-National Protection Cluster members on key messages and adherence to humanitarian principles of impartiality, independence, neutrality and humanity;
  • Ensure coordination with government counterparts and other relevant authorities as well as complementarity with government policies and plans;
  • Co-lead and coordinate protection needs assessments, including participatory assessments of all affected populations within the Protection Cluster or at the inter-cluster level;
  • Ensure evidence-based collaborative planning;
  • Provide timely information as available and appropriate to Sub-National Protection Cluster members concerning funding opportunities as well as advocating of funding of protection activities in southern Governorates;
  • Co-coordinate and contribute to initiatives, including the delivery of protection training activities, to build the protection capacity of inter alia Sub-National Protection Cluster members and local authorities, external partners and civil society;
  • Co-facilitate reporting and information sharing within the Sub-National Protection Cluster and at the inter-cluster level;
  • Ensure the collection, analysis and use of sex and age disaggregated data, and that reporting captures gender, age and diversity dimensions.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Handicap International Belgium
Site web : http://www.handicapinternational.be
Lieu de l'emploi : Aden /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 27/12/2018
Date limite : 19/01/2019

Profile

PROFILE

Qualification(s):

  • Diploma in a field related to the job (humanitarian, Sciences Po, etc.)

Experience :

  • At least 4 years of professional experience
  • At least 3 years of professional experience in humanitarian contexts, preferably in the management of emergency/conflicts area
  • Previous coordination experience (Field, Project, Admin, Log) is mandatory
  • Previous security management experience is mandatory
  • Proven managerial experience
  • Proven representation experience

Skills:

  • Fostering teamwork
  • Empowering and developing others
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
  • Strong writing and reporting skills
  • Analytical thinking
  • Integrity and accountability
  • Planning/Organizational skills
  • Results oriented

Personal qualities:

  • Self confidence
  • Adaptability
  • Strong interpersonal and multicultural skills
  • High level of autonomy and initiative
  • Ability to work under high pressure
  • Sense of humour

CONDITIONS

  • Starting date : January 2019
  • Length of the contract: 6 months renewable
  • Salary from 2970 € gross/month regarding the experience of the candidate
  • Perdiem : 550 € net/month
  • Hardship allowance: 500 € net/month
  • Insurances : medical hearth coverage, retirement planning, repatriation
  • Paid holiday : 25 days per year
  • R&R : 7 days every 8 weeks
  • Housing : Collective housing fully covered by HI

Description

HI PRESENTATION

Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
Handicap International is changing his name and becomes « Humanity & Inclusion ». HI, Humanity & Inclusion is an independent and impartial aid and development organization with no religious or political affiliations operating in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.
Since the organization was first founded in 1982, we have set up development programs in more than 55 countries and responded to many emergencies. Today we have a budget of around 150 million euros, with 3500 employees worldwide.

MISSION CONTEXT

HI have been intervening in Yemen on and off for the last 12 years, with its actions initially focused on development issues, notably through the support to the development of physical and functional rehabilitation services for people with disabilities (PwDs) as well as through the capacity-building of the national networks of Yemen Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs).
Since 2015, HI interventions have been adapted to the current context of conflict in Yemen. With the support of different donors, HI has been supporting two hospitals and one physical and functional rehabilitation centre in Sana'a City, building the capacities of their key staff in early rehabilitation care and psychological first aid (including specifically for children), supplying rehabilitation equipment, and directly providing functional rehabilitation care and psychosocial support to war affected people (including through the donation of assistive devices and provision of Prosthesis). In 2017, these activities have extended to new facilities in and around Sana’a.
In parallel, HI is implementing an inclusion and protection mainstreaming project, to increase the knowledge and capacities of the staff International NGOs in the inclusion of the most vulnerable persons in their humanitarian response (including PwD), so as to increase their access to essential services.
In addition, the mission is also expanding its sector of intervention through Risk education and Cash support. Eventually, the set-up of advocacy mechanisms considering the country and regional environment is another major goal of the mission.
While all of HI activities were done so far in Sana’a governorate, HI is about to expand its activities in the Northern part of the country including Hudaydah and in the Southern part of the country including Aden.

DESCRIPTION

Line manager: Head of Mission
Funder(s): Multiple donors
Size of budget to be managed: 2.5 M.
Duration of funding (project: 24 months
Size of the team: Approximately 40/50 persons
Number of persons under direct supervision: 5 to 6 persons

Objective:
Working in emergency project since 2015 in Sanaa, HI has the aim to develop the mission within the country and will open a new base in Aden in January 2019. The Area coordinator will set up the base and launch the projects in the South with the support of the coordination team.

Job description:

General mission: Coordination of the area and supervision of teams to ensure the quality of the projects implemented in the southern part of the country – with a base in Aden.

  • Responsibility 1: To open Aden base and set-up activities in the area with the close support of the coordination team.
  • Responsibility 2: To represent HI (Hub level)
  • Responsibility 3: To develop a strategy
  • Responsibility 4: To coordinate and implement projects
  • Responsibility 5: To ensure the coordination and application of processes/supporting documents
  • Responsibility 6: To manage team
  • Responsibility 7: To follow up context and security
  • Responsibility 8: To manage security
  • Responsibility 9: To manage communication, advocacy and confidentiality
  • Responsibility 10: To report

The complete job description will be shared with short-listed candidates.

SPECIFICITIES

The position is based in Aden – Yemen, but during the first part of the mission, the expatriate will be based in HI remote office in Amman, until his/her VISA for Yemen is approved. The office in Amman is used as a back-up office for HI expatriates to follow-up the mission, until they can visit Yemen.

In Aden, shared guesthouse well equipped with a safe room, most of the work is done at the office but few possibilities to go out for work purpose and for some extra professional activities. All movement are done by car. HI has set-up a curfew and strict security rules are applied. The situation in Aden is tense nowadays.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : http://https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Yemen - roving /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion de projet
Date de publication : 18/11/2018
Date limite : 28/11/2018

Profile

Education 

  • MA in social sciences or related field

Professional Experience 

  • Minimum 3 years relevant working experience in humanitarian project management with INGO, including direct financial management of project budget and implementation of multi-sectoral programming in complex emergencies, including protection, health and livelihoods.
  • Demonstrated experience in staff supervision and remote management
  • Strong experience with monitoring and accountability tools and systems, including set-up and management of reporting/complaints mechanisms.
  • Prior experience in working in complex emergency setting, involving displacement and armed conflict.
  • Strong experience in working with communities

Professional Requirements 

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity
  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment
  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills
  • Practical and problem-solver
  • Excellent ability to establish inter-personal relations and good negotiation skills
  • Good knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and other relevant software
  • Ability to deal with stress and demanding working environment
  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages 

  • Excellent command of written and spoken English
  • Knowledge of Arabic language will be considered as an asset but is not compulsory

Personal Requirements 

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment
  • Strategic vision and planning
  • Teamwork
  • Ability to work and adapt in different environments
  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills
  • Practical and problem-solver

HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

https://intersos.knack.com/imp#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5be5bd27dd2041325ed08c9b/ 

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-773 – Programme Coordinator - Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Job Title: Programme Coordinator

Code: SR-35-773 

Duty station: Yemen - roving

Starting date: 01/01/2019

Contract duration: 12 months

Reporting to: Head of Mission

Supervision of: Project Managers, activity coordinators and reporting officers

Dependents: n/a 

General context of the project

INTERSOS has been working in Yemen since 2008. The target populations are: conflict affected populations (IDPs, returnees and host communities), both rural and urban areas, refugees and asylum seekers and migrants. The Main invention sites: Sana’a, Aden, Hadramout, Taiz, Ibb, Hajja and Lahj; with further outreach and coverage in all other governorates in Yemen (except for Al-Rayma, Socotra, Marib and Al-Jawf) through local implementing partners and a legal network of lawyers. Main sectors of intervention are:

  • protection (protection monitoring, detention monitoring, legal assistance, individual case management and collective PSS for SGBV, CP, PwSN);
  • integrated health and nutrition programming;
  • integrated WASH programming;
  • technical and vocational education for adolescents,
  • rental subsidies for IDPs;
  • protection mainstreaming in different sectors.

Approaches:

rights-based approach and community engagement; gender and protection mainstreaming putting the beneficiaries at the center of the operation (working with the people/communities and for the people/communities); working on emergency programming while ensuring positive impact beyond implementation, aimed at recovery, rehabilitation and capacity strengthening, with durable solutions as final aim where needed and possible.

General purpose of the position

The Programme Coordinator will assist the Head of Mission specifically following the overall country programme: development, implementation, monitoring/evaluation and reporting. The Programme Coordinator will be primarily responsible to ensure quality assurance and enhanced accountability.

Main responsibilities and tasks

Strategy development:

  • Support the implementaiton of INTERSOS country strategy 2019 with an operational action plan, set-up the appropriate structure to implement.

Development and management of INTERSOS’ programmes:

  • Provide leadership and support to the INTERSOS programme team.
  • Leading role in project design.
  • Leading role in the development and management of a multi-sector and holistic resilience programme and ensure strong coordination between the different sub-offices, programme sectors and Project Managers.
  • Define partnership strategy for national counterparts (CBOs, NGOs, local authorities, different line ministries, etc.) and design appropriate action plan.
  • Input into the fundraising strategy, and coordination of fundraising opportunities alongside and supported by the Head of Mission.
  • Ensure that programmes are implemented in a consultative, participative, and transparent and gender sensitive way.
  • Ensure INTERSOS representation in appropriate external programmatic forums/working groups and clusters.
  • Ensure active participation of INTERSOS partners in all steps of the Programme Cycle Management and strengthening partners’ capacities in pre-identified areas; including community participation.

Driving improvements in programme quality:

  • Monitor and evaluate programme work to maintain and/or improve the quality, incorporating learning in the programme and ensuring achievement of desired impact.
  • Initiate research on specific thematic aiming at building evidence for quality proposal development (assessment), programme delivery (monitoring/evaluation materials processing) and on change processes putting the affected population at the centre of the research (learning) and when possible evidences to feed joint leverage-advocacy efforts (INGO forum or at Cluster level).
  • Guarantee innovation and use of smart tools for the implementation of programmes

Accountability: Assessment, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning:

  • Test INTERSOS programming against Core Humanitarian Standards and promote a proactive integration of the benchmarks throughout the different phases of the project cycle.
  • Promote beneficiary/affected population centred approach.
  • Ensure each project of INTERSOS is regularly reviewing frameworks and monitoring results against set indicators.
  • Supporting teams in capacity building on Accountability, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
  • Ensure external evaluations which are programmed and budgeted are executed, and information found is used for internal lessons learnt, donor reporting and proposals.
  • Ensure proper follow up of monitoring results, sharing relevant results to senior management and having overall strategic awareness of programme impacts.
  • Work with team to develop innovative ways for community feedback (e.g. effective complaint mechanisms).

As a transversal approach and indirect outcome: building effective programme teams:

  • Leading role in reflection on collaborative ways of working within the team and with other teams, and role modelling these behaviours.
  • Helping individuals and the team to achieve objectives through day-to-day support, monthly face to face meetings, regular team meetings, which include discussions of progress against objectives, giving feedback, challenges and encouragement.
  • Supporting personal and career development of direct reports (and the team as a whole).
  • Ensuring a secure, safe and healthy working environment.
  • Guide internal capacity building efforts for INTERSOS teams on Accountability/AMEL tools (generic).
  • Develop and ensure capacity building for an effective transition toward increase nationalisation of management positions.

Gap filling for project managers:

  • To perform any other work-related duties if applicable.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : INTERSOS - Organizzazione Umanitaria Onlus
Site web : http://https://www.intersos.org/en
Adresse email : recruitment@intersos.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Aden, Yemen, with frequent travels to Lahj (Kharaz) and Hadramout (Mukalla) /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion de projet
Date de publication : 06/11/2018
Date limite : 19/11/2018

Profile

Education 

  • MA in social sciences, law or related field

Professional Experience 

  • Minimum 2 years relevant working experience in protection programming, including for refugees
  • Prior experience working with UNHCR funded projects
  • Demonstrated experience in staff coaching and training
  • Strong experience with case management
  • Experience in protection monitoring is an asset
  • Prior experience in working in complex emergency setting, involving displacement and armed conflict.
  • Strong experience in working with community-based protection mechanism

Professional Requirements 

  • Excellent analytical skills, observation and analysis capacity
  • Able to ensure quick quality delivery in stressful environment
  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills
  • Practical and problem-solver
  • Excellent ability to establish inter-personal relations and good negotiation skills
  • Good knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and other relevant software
  • Experienced in working with SMART tools (ODK and/or Kobo)
  • Ability to deal with stress and demanding working environment
  • Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, mission and vision of INTERSOS

Languages 

  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Arabic would be asset (read and write)

Personal Requirements 

  • Strong team spirit, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment
  • Strategic vision and planning
  • Teamwork
  • Ability to work and adapt in different environments
  • Very strong interpersonal skills: strong communication and diplomatic skills
  • Practical and problem-solver

HOW TO APPLY:

For further information and to apply, follow the link below:

https://intersos.knack.com/imp#intersosorg-vacancies/vacancy-details/5bded4898111e3423230691a/ 

In case you encounter difficulties applying through INTERSOS' platform, you can also apply by sending your CV, motivation letter and 2 references via email to recruitment@intersos.org , with subject line: "SR-35-763 – Protection Officer – Yemen".

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

Description

Job Title: Protection Officer - Protection of Refugees and Asylum seekers

Code: SR-35-763 

Duty station: Aden, Yemen, with frequent travels to Lahj (Kharaz) and Hadramout (Mukalla)

Starting date: 15/01/2019

Contract duration: 12 months

Reporting to: Refugees Project Manager (overall – day to day) Protection Coordinator (protection specific) & Program coordinator (programmatic general)

Supervision of: n/a - advisory role

Dependents: n/a 

General context of the project

The project "Enhancing protection and assistance to refugees and asylum seekers in the Southern Region - Yemen” will provide refugees and asylum seekers in South Yemen, with a comprehensive protection assistance package to respond to their most urgent protection needs, in addition to help them to realize voluntary return for Somali refugees.

The proposed intervention aims to improve the protection of and strengthen the self-reliance of refugees and asylum seekers by facilitating access to basic services and targeted assistance in 3 major areas – Basateen, Aden governorate; Kharaz Camp, Lahj governorate and Mukalla/Sayoun, Hadramout governorate with monitoring activities in Al-Dhale’a, Abyan, Shabwa, Taiz and Al-Mahra.

6 rights groups are targeted by the project: Basic Needs and Essential Services, Community Empowerment and Self-Reliance, Fair Protection Processes and Documentation, Favourable Protection Environment, Security from Violence and Exploitation and Durable Solutions. Services provided to the most vulnerable PoC will include case management for SGBV, PwSN and CP, referral (in and out) to specialized services such as psychosocial counselling, legal assistance, material and/or cash assistance, and educational activities. Moreover the project will seek to strengthen and expand community mobilisation, encourage and support refugee documentation and registration, continued detention monitoring and lastly also support refugees to exercise their right return through an assisted spontaneous return program (ASRP) component.

Intended impact:

  • Enhance the access of PoC to protection mechanisms available in the country through Information campaigns and specific thematic surveys, implementation of systematic protection monitoring, through static and mobile protection monitoring or outreach teams and referral for protection services.
  • Provide direct assistance to vulnerable PoC through a comprehensive case management package for PwSN, SGBV survivors and child protection cases (CP).
  • Identification and issuance of vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers for cash grant support.
  • Ensure systematic monitoring of detention centers and detention conditions to assure freedom of movement for refugees and access to juridical assistance for detainees or PoC at risk of detention.
  • Livelihood opportunities for refugees who are recipients of cash grants: promote self-reliance of PoC by facilitating the enrolment of refugees into long-term and short-term formal technical and vocational training for refugee youth, and providing soft skill sessions for SGBV survivors and PwSN aimed at greater community (re)integration and reduced vulnerability.
  • Ensure to strengthen and expand community mobilization by working with refugee and asylum seeker communities to ensure refugees’ and asylum seekers’ participation and community-based approach.
  • Increase level and quality of civil registration and civil status documentation of PoC.
  • Enhance refugees’ access to durable solutions, to exercise their right return through assisted spontaneous return (ASR).

General purpose of the position

  • Training/Capacity building on case management and protection monitoring for project staff.
  • Review/develop SOPs for case management, referral pathways and protection monitoring.
  • Support in report writing, data analysis and provide protection trend analysis.
  • Coach/support project staff in using case management and reporting tools.

Main responsibilities and tasks

  • Update SoP and formats in collaboration with UNCHR protection unit for case management and protection monitoring.
  • Capacity building for the staff on case management and protection monitoring for the following categories: CP/SGBV/PwSN.
  • Train and coach the key protection staff on management of community-based protection activities.
  • Develop a standard training package: basic training package (general protection, protection mainstreaming, case management principles and steps, CP, GBV, PSFA) for all project staff.
  • Strengthen the project team’s capacity to meet protection and gender minimum standards.
  • Mentoring for staff on protection technical aspects and databases filling and use and adherence to data protection protocols.
  • Coach/supporting the team in using reporting and case management (BIA, BID, GBV Intake forms, etc.) tools in informed manner, aimed to increase quality and consistency of data collection and assessment; to guide the team towards enhancing the quality of the information (to prepare to use for advocacy, reporting, case assessment etc.).
  • Provide ongoing protection analysis (including aspects of conflict analysis, gender, and risk management) and lessons from project experience to inform the project manager and protection coordinator, and program coordinator and head of mission in improved program development, implementation and policy/advocacy work.
  • Support the analysis and reporting process of the collected data (both case management and protection monitoring).
  • Review Case Management lists put forward on monthly basis for cash assistance.
  • Review case management intake forms to ensure quality & completes and monitor case follow-up systems in place post referrals (internal and external).
  • Conduct field monitoring and ensure that data protection procedures and processes are followed by Protection and other INTERSOS staff involved in handling confidential data.
  • Ensure solid roll out of hotlines services and complaint-feedback mechanism per SOPs put in place.
  • Participate in internal strategic and technical meetings as well as coordination meetings with other stakeholders.
  • Participate in mixed migration working group and mixed cluster in South.
  • Represent INTERSOS with donor on specific protection programming related issues.
  • Support PM in monthly report production for UNHCR, in supervision of the monthly uploading of activity info data set (randomly cross check the data) and in the delivery of quarterly progress reports.
  • Coach/supervise protection monitor coordinator in the delivery of monthly report and provide for final editing of the monthly protection monitoring reports.
  • Draft and edit protection trend analysis based on data coming from project activity implementation (every 6 months – mid-year and end of year).

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Action Contre la Faim
Site web : http://www.actioncontrelafaim.org
Adresse email : recrut@actioncontrelafaim.org
Lieu de l'emploi : Sanaa /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion financière
Date de publication : 28/02/2018
Date limite : 29/05/2018

Profile

 

You hold a Master’s degree in Master Degree in Humanitarian Assistance, with at least 5 years of experience in first-phase humanitarian response.

You have a proven experience in working in reports and proposal writing, and programs management/integration

You speak and write English fluently.

Previous experience with ACF is preferable.

Description

 

 

Context :

Since the conflict between Al Houthi and the Saudi-led coalition that started in March 2015, Yemen has become one of the three emergency in the world and is thus facing one of the worst humanitarian crisis, with 80 % of the population who is now in need of humanitarian aid. The context is highly challenging in regards to access to the communities despite significant needs in the country. Airstrike, embargo, high prices, etc have caused a profound deterioration of the nutitritional situation and hundreds of thousands lives are at risk. 

Presentation of the mission: 

Since 2012, ACF has been present in Yemen and has been scaling up its emergency intervention substantially throughout 2016. The mission is now amongst one of the largest International NGOs in the country and is recognized as one of the key emergency actors in the country.  ACF in Yemen is responding to the current crisis using a multisector emergency approach (Nutrition & Health, Food Security, WASH and Mental Health programming), and to a multiple large-scale and interconnected emergencies: conflict, food security and cholera epidemic. Along with UNICEF, ACF designed and is piloting the country’s first Rapid Response Mechanism, and is representative of the INGO community on the HCT, ICCM, Access Working Group, the HPF Advisory Board, and on the Steering Committee that manages evacuation for the humanitarian community.

ACF  is operationally working in 2 bases: Hodeida (to target the northern  governorates) and Aden (to target the southern ones), with its  coordination team located in Sana’a. In total, the Yemen mission counts  215 national staff and 17 international staff.

Sanaa has nine expatriates working at the coordination level, including technical and support department under the Country Director (CD) and Deputy Country Director (DCD).

Security situation in Sanaa remained under close observation with limited access to other agencies, few super markets and official meetings in Sanaa. The security situation in Sanaa limits the social aspects of a regular living (limited personal movement outside the office or guesthouse, meeting friends after office, shopping, etc.). Therefore, the applicant must have willingness to work in such security context with minimized social aspects of living.

 

 

The position:

You will be under the direct supervision of the Deputy Country Director, where the main objective will be the overall the management of all internal and external reporting and grants management processes as well as the optimization of grant and program management processes. ACF in Yemen is part of 2 major consortium.

 

More precisely, you will be in charge to:

-  Lead all internal and external reporting processes

- Ensure compliance with donor guidelines and regulations

- Ensure proper relationship with donors; focal point for discussions with Yemen-based UN donors

- Manage Grants and Reporting team (3 people)

- Lead on optimization of grant and program management processes

  - Ensure effective coordination of programs integration; promote thematic and sectoral synergies

 

 

 

 

To know more about Yemen:

The ACF’s blog where you can find further information:

 

Our videos on our YouTube Channel:

 

Status:

Contract: 12 months fixed term contract under French legislation

Remuneration and benefits :

·         Monthly gross salary from 1805 to 2305 upon experience.

·         Per diem and living allowance: 487 € (cf eurocost) net, field paid.

·         + 12 % of monthly gross salary as country allowance

·         + 16% of monthly gross salary as reimbursement of retirement insurance for non-French citizen.

·         + Child allowance, limited to 5 children.

 

 

Transportation and accommodation:

·         Coverage of transportation costs to and in the mission.

·         Individual room in guesthouse covered (préciser si logement individuel)

 

Medical coverage: 100% coverage of medical expenses + repatriation insurance.

 

Leaves and RnR:

·         25 days of paid leaves per year.

·         + 20 RnR per year.   

·         + 215 € at each RnR period (averagely every 3 months – préciser si mission plus favorable).

·         Coverage of the transportation expenses to the RnR area of reference.

 

Training :

·         Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Crossknowledge ©.

·         Technical trainings at HQ or regional level (averagely 1 per year). 

 

 

 

 

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