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    Organization: Field Ready
    Country: Jordan
    Closing date: 29 Jan 2018

    ABOUT FIELD READY

    Field Ready is a non-governmental organization that is dedicated to bringing innovation to international disaster relief. Our vision is to meet humanitarian needs by transforming logistics through technology, innovative design and engaging people in new ways. We make useful items to solve problems locally in various sectors such as health, water, and sanitation. We do this by using the latest technology as well as traditional manufacturing machines. We pass on these skills to others through training and pioneering innovative approaches to the toughest challenges. The impact of this is dramatically improved efficiency in aid delivery by quickly meeting needs and cutting procurement costs. We expect our approach to be truly effective and groundbreaking.

    SUMMARY OF THE CONSULTANCY

    Field Ready is looking for a Market Analyst/Research Consultant (short-term) to start a market analysis in Jordan as soon as possible for a 5-week period. This entails all aspects of a market analysis with regard to a specific product line. Tasks include the monitoring of prices locally and internationally, ground research and the visit to industrial partner. The candidate will be responsible for coordinating the work in the field with the international team of Field Ready.

    The work is to be undertaken primarily in Amman with regular field trips to other locations close to Amman.

    SPECIFIC TASKS AND DELIVERABLES

    The primary deliverable is to conduct a market analysis leading to a report of recommendations concerning the manufacture and sale of products made from recycled plastic.

    In order to undertake this work you will:

    • Use different market analysis tools to conduct on the ground research in order to explore different products

      and their ability to be locally produced.

    • Visit local markets and research international markets with regard to a number of selected products.

    • Evaluate the cost of buying the product wholesale and in the markets in Jordan, in relation to its production

      cost. This will be done with special emphasis on humanitarian items.

    • Produce a final report and an interim report with the project manager in which you advise our partner about

      the research outcomes.

      SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE

      You will have the competencies to:

    • Use the EMMA rapid market analysis tool;

    • Write, manage and implement surveys and questionnaires;

    • Conduct original research and market analysis;

    • Lease with trade chambers and international companies;

    • Coordinate findings with our legal counsel;

    • Conduct qualitative or quantitative surveys, which may involve field, interview or focus group assessments;

    • Use statistical software to manage and organize information;

    • Monitor the progress of research projects;

    • Analyze and interpret data to identify patterns and solutions;

    • Write detailed reports and present results;

    • Advise senior management on how to best utilize the research findings;

      QUALIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS

      An effective application will combine relevant technical know-how with quantitative as well as qualitative research skills. You will be able to coordinate and conduct assessments, work with different Market Assessment Toolkits and have experience with working with engineers.

      Required:

    • First-rate research with a wide range of experience using various research and analysis tools.

    • Several years of market research experience.

    • Extensive experience in using EMMA and other market assessment tools.

    • Fluent in English and Arabic.

    • Experience working with NGOs and/or in Jordan.

    • Consummate self - starter but also a close listener and a team player. Actively promotes a congenial work

      environment.

    • Ability and willingness to travel to and work in areas without regular conveniences.

    • Ability to adapt and get things done under challenging conditions.

    • Ability to work in line with Field Ready’s commitments to humanitarian sector codes of conduct.

      Preferred:

    • Prior experience with plastics industry or plastics recycling in Jordan.

    • Networks helpful to the research, in government and industrial sector in Jordan.

    • Appreciation of and familiarity with external communications and consultancy projects.

    • Degree qualification in relevant subject.

    • Experience working with INGOs and engineering in the development sector.

      Note: Ideally, candidates will have experience especially working on programs in complex emergency/post- conflict settings with management and supervisory responsibilities. While good applicants may not have prior humanitarian relief experience, they must have the aptitude and desire to work in such areas. In other words, the best candidate will possess a deep passion for humanitarianism, cultural/language skills, good humor, and a willingness to travel.

      Note: All contracts are subject to available funding.


    How to apply:

    Submit a cover letter that describes your qualifications, reasons for applying and understanding of the requirements outlined above. This letter should be in English and no more than two pages. Please submit this cover letter along with your detailed CV to info(at)fieldready.org. The title “Jordan Short Term Consultancy: Market Analysis/Research Consultant” must be included in the subject line.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is found and this notice is withdrawn from our website. Given the high volume of applicants we expect for this position, only short-listed candidates will be contacted and some may be asked if they are interested in joining our roster for future emergency deployments. Thank you for your interest and understanding.


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    Organization: Field Ready
    Closing date: 12 Jan 2018

    ABOUT FIELD READY

    Field Ready is a non-governmental organization that is dedicated to bringing innovation to international disaster relief. Our vision is to meet humanitarian need by transforming logistics through technology, innovative design and engaging people in new ways. In the short-term, we address humanitarian and reconstruction needs with a unique problem-solving approach that cuts across traditional sectors. In the long-term, we are transforming the way aid is delivered worldwide. The impact of this is dramatically improving efficiency in aid delivery by meeting people’s needs wherever they are found. Field Ready is a US-based non-profit 501c3; more information can be found at www.fieldready.org.

    POSITION SUMMARY
    Field Ready is expanding its programming in response to the number of ongoing and incipient humanitarian concerns worldwide. A talented engineer/maker is sought to join Field Ready’s team to help in relief, recovery and reconstruction activities. This is a special opportunity for someone who wants to apply their hard earned skills and abilities to improve people’s lives.

    The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for the technical and programmatic aspects which includes: 1) manufacturing (“making”) items identified by affected people, partners and other Field Ready staff, 2) training and capacity building as needed, and 3) partner relations. The Manufacturing Engineer also has a number of secondary tasks such as ensuring sound program design and quality, contributing to resource mobilization and organizational representation.

    An effective Manufacturing Engineer will combine relevant technical know-how with excellent people skills. The best candidate will be highly adaptable and be able to get things done under the most challenging conditions. The exact location will be determined at the time of each assignment (the incumbent will thus serve in a “roving” capacity on missions lasting from 1-2 weeks up to 3-6 months at a time depending on programmatic and organizational need). The person hired will be expected to live/work from home when not deployment.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    The following are illustrative responsibilities that are expected to evolve over time and depend on organizational and programmatic needs. The Roving Manufacturing Engineer will be expected to provide leadership in developing this position further.

    · Contributes to assessments and fact-finding efforts (e.g., assessing manufacturing capabilities in new areas, specific needs and feasibility of new initiatives); writes related updates and reports in ways that lead to successful planning and implementation of assistance projects.

    · Leads manufacturing efforts techniques and related interventions including assuring product and process quality by designing testing methods; testing finished products and process capabilities; complying with/establishing standards; confirming manufacturing processes.

    · Provides manufacturing decision-making information by calculating production, labor, and material costs; reviewing production schedules; estimating future requirements.

    · Assesses training needs, organizes and conducts training as appropriate for Field Ready staff in related to manufacturing and making.

    · Develops an overall program work-plan and ensures implement their respective components according to agreed schedules.

    · Closely monitors program implementation and budget utilization and ensures that all program and spending targets for all grants are being met.

    · Ensures regular communication between different parts of the organization.

    · Takes an active role in tender document preparation, concepts and proposals, bid evaluations, contracting, and facilitation of contracts payments.

    · As directed, represents Field Ready and coordinates work with relevant UN agencies, NGOs and technical counterparts at local, state and ministerial levels.

    · Any other duties assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS & CHARACTERISTICS

    Required (please do not apply unless you truly possess have all of these):

    · First rate “maker” and skilled in the use of a wide range of manufacturing equipment such as 3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutters and other fabrication tools.

    · Have an ability to see connections that leave others stumped and quickly problem-solve in very practical and tangible ways (this includes being able to work outside an “engineer’s mindset”).

    · Prior training delivery and mentoring experience.

    · Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject with good analytical, writing and presentation skills.

    · Consummate self-starter but also a close listener and team player. Actively promotes a congenial work environment.

    · Ability and willingness to travel to and work in areas without regular conveniences.

    · Commitment to humanitarian principles and an interest learning Field Ready’s approach.

    · A good sense of humor and an understanding/readiness to work with an organization experiencing growth.

    Preferred:

    · Strong connections in the maker community and ability to use those connections for the furtherance of Field Ready’s mission.

    · Experience in countries undergoing relief and reconstruction.

    · Appreciation of and familiarity with external communications.

    · Master’s degree in relevant subject and fluency in at least one other language.

    · Experience working with grant funds and fundraising priorities.


    How to apply:

    Please submit a cover letter that describes your qualifications, reasons for applying and understanding of the requirements outlined above. This letter should be in English and be no more than two pages. Please submit this cover letter along with your detailed CV to: info (at) fieldready.org. The title “Roving Manufacturing Engineer” must be included in the subject line.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is found and this notice is withdrawn from our website. Given the high volume of applicants we expect for this position, only short-listed candidates will be contacted and some may be asked if they are interested in joining our roster for future emergency deployments. Thank you for your interest and understanding.


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  • 01/16/18--07:55: Thailand: Internship
  • Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 14 Feb 2018

    UNFCCC-IGES Regional Collaboration Center
    2018 Internship Announcement
    Job function: Research Topic: Climate finance and carbon markets
    Starting Date: Flexible Duration: 12 weeks
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand Salary: Unpaid

    Background

    The Regional Collaboration Centre (RCC) Bangkok was established in September of 2015 by the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) to provide hands-on support to governments, NGOs, and the private sector in Asia and the Pacific region to develop their mitigation efforts through capacity building, direct technical assistance, and strategic networking - sourcing the know-how and resources to drive clean development. RCC Bangkok provides support to regional stakeholders in the identification and development of potential Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project activities and programmes of activities, and in so doing create more sustainable capacity for future local engagement in the global carbon market. Since the adoption of the Paris Climate Change Agreement in December 2015, we have broadened our role to also support the development and implementation of countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under that agreement, with a focus on markets and mechanisms.

    Terms of Reference

    The intern, under the supervision of the RCC Team, will support the implementation of the following activities:

    a) Support to Climate Finance work
    • Research and analyse the data related to various regional actors working in the climate finance sphere;
    • Prepare a database of regional institutions (government, private sector, NGOs) working in climate finance;
    • Develop an information seeking survey to be sent out to relevant regional financial institutions regarding their green investment portfolio;
    • Support the team in data gathering activities and compile and present the data generated from surveys;
    • Conceptualize outreach activities to establish links with regional financial networks, including but not limited to media outreach and web based promotion.
    b) Support to market mechanisms work
    • Track the regional distribution of CDM projects in Asia and the Pacific and research their operational status;
    • Prepare a matrix of information by regional distribution, categorized according to where the projects are on the CDM project cycle, operational status, barriers, need of support, etc.;
    • Prioritize focus countries from the matrix for seeking understanding on the underlying causes for the CDM implementation trends;
    • Draft a questionnaire aimed at seeking feedback from focus countries;
    • Support the team in reaching out to national representatives and project developers from these countries with the questionnaire and other channels of communication;
    • Support the development of a knowledge product based on the information gathered.
    c) Support to Standardized Baseline (SB) work
    • Conceptualize and design a survey to be sent to national representatives seeking information on the trends and penetration of SBs in their country;
    • Collect and compile country specific data on this subject;
    • Support the follow up by other channels of communication, e.g. video calls
    • Support the preparation of a report on this subject.

    The internship will help the selected candidate gain significant insight into climate policy challenges in Asia.

    Responsibilities

    The work will include but not be limited to:

    • Conducting literature reviews on an assigned topic and synthesizing such findings in writing;
    • Quantitative policy research and analysis, including drafting reports and making presentations, on some of the topics mentioned above;
    • Updating and maintaining stakeholder databases;
    • Support the identification and mapping of donors and analyses on their profiles relating to our work streams;
    • Planning and execution of outreach activities with various stakeholders;
    • Assisting with outreach and logistical preparation for events organized by RCC Bangkok;
    • Production of knowledge products and other related duties and back-up functions when required.

    Educational Background

    A Bachelor's degree (or higher) in a field associated with climate policy (economics, environmental law, political science, international relations, natural sciences or a related discipline).
    Skills and Requirements
    • Fluency (oral and written) in English is required
    • Good working knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office Suite and research databases is required.
    • Strong research and analytical skills
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Ability to compile data and present it in easy to access formats
    • Innovative conceptual and operational thinking
    • Experience interacting with a variety of stakeholders, including government officials, is an asset.
    • Knowledge of climate change mitigation issues, sustainable development, and/or economics is desirable.
    • An attention to detail and enthusiasm for protecting the environment are essential.

    Further Details
    Internships require a commitment of 5 days per week for 12 weeks. Internship start and end dates are flexible. Please make sure to indicate your availability.
    Citizens of any country may apply. However, candidates who are not Thai citizens or residents are responsible for their legal status in Thailand. Neither the UNFCCC nor IGES are able to provide visa support.


    How to apply:

    Please submit the following with your application

    • an updated resume,
    • a detailed cover letter explaining your interests, your experience, and what you hope to gain through an internship,
    • a list of publications if applicable
    • and, a writing sample, 2-5 pages in length, can be part of a longer paper.

    Electronic submissions to Ms. Ariel Yu at the email address yu@iges.or.jp are preferred.


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: France
    Closing date: 28 Feb 2018

    Fondée en 1994, la Chaînede l’Espoirintervient dans plus de vingt-cinq pays pour offrir un accès aux soins et à l’éducation aux enfants démunis.

    Dans le domaine de la santé, l’action se divise en trois volets : les soins en France (100 enfants opérés chaque année), les missions de formation à l’étranger (100 missions médicales chaque année pour assurer un transfert de compétences aux équipes soignantes locales), les projets hospitaliers (appui à un projet de construction d’établissement ou de service hospitalier : Projet médical, infrastructure, équipement, achat et logistique, organigramme, organisation des services, recrutement des RH et formation, business plan, aspects juridiques).

    Dans le domaine de l’éducation, elle favorise l’accès à l’éducation d’enfants parmi les plus vulnérables, et développe des programmes d’aide à une scolarisation de qualité.

    L’association organise plus d’une centaine de missions chaque année, missions médicales, missions de coordination de projets, missions plus techniques ou politiques

    Basé(e) à Paris, vous êtes en charge de poursuivre la mise en place du contrôle interne et de gestion des risques de la Chaîne de l’Espoir. Rattaché à la Direction Générale, vous accompagnez notre association dans son évolution et sa structuration pour la doter d’un pilotage efficient et sécurisé de ses actions et de leur financement. Vous assurez la mise en conformité de nos procédures vis-à-vis de nos partenaires (bailleurs institutionnels, labels, …). Vous réalisez ou supervisez des missions d’audit interne au siège et sur le terrain.

    Principales tâches

    * Finalisation du manuel de procédures

    A partir des procédures existantes, et de la cartographie des risques et des recommandations de nos auditeurs et bailleurs institutionnels (notamment ECHO), vous êtes en charge de la finalisation du manuel de contrôle interne et de la mise en application des procédures en étroite collaboration avec les responsables des départements.

    o Reprendre et s’approprier les travaux déjà entamés

    o Evaluer le reste à faire pour atteindre les objectifs de maîtrise des risques

    o Animer les groupes de travail

    o Sensibiliser et former les acteurs aux procédures mises en place

    * Animation du contrôle interne

    o Faire vivre la fonction au sein de l’Association

    o Tester la mise en œuvre des contrôles clés au siège et sur le terrain et identifier les zones de risques

    o Participer au renforcement des capacités des équipes au siège et sur le terrain

    o Pour tout nouveau contrat, participer à la revue des éléments contractuels, plans d’achats et autre documentation

    * Mise en conformité RGPD

    o Conduire le projet de mise en conformité au règlement européen sur la protection des données avec les différentes parties prenantes

    * Missions d’audit interne

    o Mettre en évidence les besoins au siège et sur le terrain en termes d’appropriation, de suivi des procédures et des recommandations

    o Organiser et mettre en œuvre des missions d’audit interne (y compris via des missions externalisées)

    o Avoir un rôle d’alerte sur le risque de non-conformité et de pertes financières

    o Participer à la préparation des missions d’audit bailleurs pour limiter les risques financiers

    Formation / Expérience

    Issu d’une formation supérieure en gestion/finances de type Bac +5 (école de commerce ou université), vous justifiez d’une expérience significative dans l’audit ou le contrôle interne. Vous avez une bonne connaissance des critères d’organisation et de contrôle interne exigés par ses bailleurs institutionnels.

    Vous parlez couramment l'anglais

    Orienté résultats, vous êtes rigoureux et organisé.

    Vous êtes force de proposition et savez gérer un projet de manière autonome.

    Vous avez un bon esprit de synthèse et d’excellentes capacités rédactionnelles.
    Vous vous distinguez par vos qualités relationnelles et vos qualités d’écoute.


    How to apply:

    Adresser un CV et une lettre de motivation à :

    Philippe Le Goff

    Directeur des Ressources Humaines

    plegoff@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 21 Mar 2018

    Terms of Reference for Framework of Support (Consultancy - Senior Expert) – Entity or Individual

    Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA)

    The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is a non-profit policy research institute promoting sustainable development across the Asia-Pacific region. Established in 1998, IGES is headquartered in Hayama, Japan and has branch offices and desks in Bangkok, Beijing, Kansai, Kitakyushu, New Delhi, and Tokyo.

    Since the year 2015, IGES has partnered with UN Climate Change to establish the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centre for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand.

    IGES, on behalf of UN Climate Change and the regional Collaboration Centre, Bangkok (RCC Bangkok), seeks to hire a consultant to carry out activities related to the ‘Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA)’ initiative in Pakistan as described in the ‘Objectives and Details of Project’ section below.

    Background

    Carbon pricing is a straightforward approach for addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as it puts a price signal on carbon, creating an incentive for cutting emissions and investing into more climate friendly solutions.

    The Paris Agreement, which has already been ratified by 176 Parties (as of 29 January 2018), among which Pakistan, explicitly recognizes the important role of carbon pricing (decision CP21/1 para. 136).

    Recognising the growing number of Parties to the Paris Agreement that are considering carbon pricing instruments as an approach for implementing their climate action and the related need for support, the CIACA initiative was announced during the COP22 in Marrakech. The initiative’s objective is to support Parties in the development of carbon pricing approaches for implementing their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) under the Paris Agreement and foster cooperative climate action with other jurisdictions

    The initiative is operationalized regionally through the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centres (RCCs).

    Purpose of the Assignment

    Carbon pricing instruments can help guide economies towards a sustainable low carbon future and, therefore, support the achievement of NDC targets. However, such economic instruments for climate action do not exist in isolation, but are part of a much wider context which includes among others the international climate regime, domestic climate action and policies, and other national circumstances.

    Recognizing that an effective carbon pricing instrument should be rooted in the national context, be aligned with national priorities, and take into account the views of key national stakeholders, from both the public and private sectors, the Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan has expressed interest in launching of a study, supported by the CI-ACA in initiative, on the design of carbon pricing instruments for the country.

    Since many possible designs for carbon pricing instruments are possible, the purpose of this assignment is to determine which approach would be the most appropriate and beneficial for Pakistan.

    Role and structure

    In this context, through RCC Bangkok the CI-ACA initiative of UN Climate Change is seeking an expert in launching and execution of this study. The senior expert will be joined by a junior expert who will be placed in Pakistan with the Ministry of Climate Change to execute the study and gather data on the ground. The senior expert will be responsible for guiding the work of the junior expert, and ensuring the timely delivery of outputs as well as their quality. The Senior expert is in particular expected (i) to be responsible for ensuring the quality and timing of deliverables and (ii) to provide substantial input to analysis of instruments in the national context and regarding their amenability under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

    The team conducting the study will be supervised by the Ministry of Climate Change in Pakistan. The team will work under the guidance of representatives of the CI-ACA initiative and UN Climate Change staff at RCC Bangkok.

    The expert will be contracted by RCC Bangkok partner IGES and required to be located at RCC Bangkok and on site (Islamabad, Pakistan) as required. The assignment may also include, as required, missions to Pakistan.

    Objectives and Details of Project

    Specifically, the objective of the project and the study is to support the Ministry of Climate Change of Pakistan in considering and drafting a proposed instrument (or set of tools) that provide a price signal on carbon emissions - in order to contribute to the achievement of the NDC of the country at the domestic level, considering the national context and priorities, while enabling potential cooperative mitigation action under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

    The project will culminate in a study which will compare the merits of the different approaches, taking into account the needs and specific priorities of the country with regard to potential carbon pricing instruments and issue recommendations in the following areas:

    · Which type of instrument with specific design would be the most appropriate and beneficial in the context of Pakistan

    · How the proposed instrument would in practice enable cooperative mitigation action under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

    Set of actions which would be required to introduce the instrument in practice, considering in particular potential needs for capacity-building, awareness raising, policy development and institutional arrangements.

    The study will incorporate the feedback of key public and private stakeholders at the federal and provincial levels, and therefore the consultant will additionally be responsible for convening of relevant meetings and roundtables in the country.

    The study is expected to be between 70 and 100 pages and is to be written in English.

    The study must address and incorporate the following topics, among others:

    ● Background on carbon pricing

    ○ Presentation of main existing types of approaches

    ○ Experiences to date, lessons learned and current developments in the Asia-Pacific region and internationally

    ● Analysis of the National Context

    ○ Identify key stakeholders and gather their views

    ○ Mapping of key national social, economic and fiscal and strategic objectives to be taken into account

    ○ Mapping of national climate and energy objectives and priorities to be taken into account

    ○ Mapping the landscape of relevant existing or planned policies and initiatives and institutions

    ■ For achieving social, economic and fiscal and strategic objectives

    ■ For achieving climate and energy objectives

    ○ Identify key sectors that emit GHGs (with regard to direct and indirect emissions), as well as measures with high GHG mitigation potential

    ○ Identification of strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for introducing carbon pricing and how threats and weaknesses could be addressed

    ○ Description of the national institutional architecture and decision-making process

    ● Identification and evaluation of carbon pricing options

    ○ Identification of options

    ○ Analysis of options and their merit, including the potential for interaction with other policies and instruments at national and international levels.

    ○ Options for international cooperation under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

    ■ Identification of requirements regarding principles as well as rules under development for Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

    ■ Identification of approaches for concrete implementation

    ○ Recommendations with regard to the approach to be selected and details of design

    ○ Identification of actions needed for implementation and tentative roadmap for next steps

    It is expected that the described study is developed in close collaboration with the Federal Government of Pakistan and interested parties.

    Expected date for start of work

    The work will start in March 2018.

    Duration

    The work will initially be of a 6-month duration. The international consultant will be allocated 60 working days.

    Duty Station

    The duty station of the expert shall be their regular place of work, the Ministry of Climate Change in Islamabad, or UN Climate Change’s Regional Collaboration in Bangkok. The consultant will be required to undertake missions to Pakistan and may be required to work in the offices of the local entity designated as national focal point for this project for extended periods of time (1 to 4 weeks). In addition, the consultant may be required to travel in the region or internationally for one or two missions in order to present interim or final results, as required. Travel and subsistence allowance will be provided at prevailing rates.

    Implementation and Reporting

    Staff of the UN Climate Change secretariat, especially those at the Regional Collaboration Centre Bangkok will provide support and act as reviewers. The Federal Government of Pakistan will also review and validate stages of the study of sub-packages of work.

    The assignment shall be implemented based on a mutually agreed timeline. All deliverables shall be submitted to the CI-ACA project with a copy to the responsible Regional Collaboration Centre and the country focal person/s.

    Qualifications and Competencies

    ● Advanced educational qualifications in a relevant field (environmental economics, public policy, or any relevant discipline) along with relevance of experience,)

    ● At least 6 years of professional experience in climate change, particularly at institutional and policy level; including 2 years of concrete experience in designing and/or analysing domestic carbon pricing and carbon market schemes such as carbon tax, emission trading systems and carbon funds.

    ● Familiarity with the following subtopics related to carbon pricing is desirable: scope and coverage, oversight and institutional arrangements, flexibility provision, setting of cap/price, allocation or management of price impact, linking and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

    ● Strong technical expertise in market and pricing mechanisms.

    ● Knowledge of international developments in the field of carbon pricing.

    ● Experience in climate policy, including working with government and non-government stakeholders

    ● Demonstrated knowledge of latest developments in the field of carbon pricing.

    ● Experience working with and managing multicultural teams.

    ● Working experience in the region, and preferred experience of working in Asian counties (preferably Pakistan)

    ● Desired skills: Report writing, research and analysis, presentation, consulting and advisory.

    ● Language skills: Proficiency in written and spoken English is essential. Proficiency in spoken Urdu or another local language is highly desirable.


    How to apply:

    Candidates, whose qualifications and experience match what we are looking for, please send the documents cited below to Ms. Ariel Yu (yu@iges.or.jp) and copy regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp. Please indicate “Senior expert - carbon pricing” in your email subject.

    This position is open for either entities or individual consultants to apply. In case of an application received from an entity, please submit the below listed documents for the Senior Expert as well as the documents listed in the ToR for the Junior expert under this project. Applications from entities received without complete documents for both experts will not be accepted.

    Only candidates under serious consideration will be invited for an interview via teleconference.

    Please include the following documents in your application:

    ● Up to date CV

    ● Cover Letter

    ● A technical proposal that will have a description of methodology for implementing the assignment and the tasks therein, including essential topics to address that may be additional to the topics mentioned in the ToR.

    ● A financial proposal that will constitute a budget for the work described in this ToR, with a proposed payment schedule;

    ● A timetable for the completion of the work aligned with the reporting requirements and tentative timeline which should include a timeline for in-country presence for information gathering, coordination, meetings and roundtables.

    Assessment criteria, based on desk review of submitted material:

    ● Listed Qualifications (1-10 points)

    ● Technical Proposal and Timeline (1-10 points)

    ● Financial Proposal (1-10 points) o


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Pakistan
    Closing date: 21 Mar 2018

    Terms of Reference for Framework of Support (Consultancy - Junior National Consultant)

    Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA)

    The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is a nonprofit policy research institute promoting sustainable development across the Asia-Pacific region. Established in 1998, IGES is headquartered in Hayama, Japan and has branch offices and desks in Bangkok, Beijing, Kansai, Kitakyushu, New Delhi, and Tokyo.

    Since the year 2015, IGES has partnered with UN Climate Change to establish the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centre for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand.

    IGES, on behalf of UN Climate Change and the regional Collaboration Centre, Bangkok (RCC Bangkok), seeks to hire a junior national consultant to carry out activities related to the Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA) initiative, in Pakistan as described in the ‘Objectives and Details of Project’ section below.

    Background

    Carbon pricing is a straightforward approach for addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as it puts a price signal on carbon, creating an incentive for cutting emissions and investing into more climate friendly solutions.

    The Paris Agreement, which has already been ratified by 176 Parties (as of 29 January 2018), among which Pakistan, explicitly recognizes the important role of carbon pricing (decision CP21/1 para. 136).

    Recognising the growing number of Parties to the Paris Agreement that are considering carbon pricing instruments as an approach for implementing their climate action and the related need for support, the CIACA initiative was announced during the COP22 in Marrakech. The initiative’s objective is to support Parties in the development of carbon pricing approaches for implementing their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) under the Paris Agreement and foster cooperative climate action with other jurisdictions

    The initiative is operationalized regionally through the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centres (RCCs).

    Purpose of the Assignment

    Carbon pricing instruments can help guide economies towards a sustainable low carbon future and, therefore, support the achievement of NDC targets. However, such economic instruments for climate action do not exist in isolation, but are part of a much wider context which includes among others the international climate regime, domestic climate action and policies, and other national circumstances.

    Recognizing that an effective carbon pricing instrument should be rooted in the national context, be aligned with national priorities, and take into account the views of key national stakeholders, from both the public and private sectors, the Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan has expressed interest in launching of a study, supported by the CI-ACA in initiative, on the design of carbon pricing instruments for the country.

    Since many possible designs for carbon pricing instruments are possible, the purpose of this assignment is to determine which approach would be the most appropriate and beneficial for Pakistan.

    Role and structure

    In this context, through RCC Bangkok the CI-ACA initiative of UN Climate Change is seeking a consultant (junior) for supporting the designing, launching, and execution of this study.

    Under the overall supervision of the Senior Consultant, the consultant (junior) will work with other members of the team in Pakistan and with the Ministry of Climate Change to support the design, launch, and execution of the above-mentioned study at the national level.

    The junior consultant will be responsible for the following tasks:

    · Provide backstopping support as well as technical support to the team, including data collection, data analysis, desk research, drafting and editing project documents;

    · Track data and trends on global and regional market based instruments;

    · Draft summaries and conduct research as it relates to the topics of the study;

    · Develop, plan, and execute in-country data gathering initiatives and events ;

    · Support the development and formulation of the study in the capacity of both a research and technical resource.

    · Local coordination for meeting/ consultation/ stakeholder engagement and holding/ organizing events (meetings, dialogues, workshops as required).

    · Regular coordination with Ministry of Climate Change and UNFCCC Regional Collaborative Centre for update of progress and support in conduction of activity

    The junior consultant will be placed in Pakistan with the Ministry of Climate Change.

    The junior consultant will be part of a small team working on this study, the team will be supervised by a Ministry of Climate Change in Pakistan. The team will be guided by representatives of the CI-ACA initiative and UN Climate Change staff at RCC Bangkok.

    The consultant will be contracted by RCC Bangkok partner IGES.

    Objectives and Details of Project

    Specifically, the objective of the project and the study is to support the Ministry of Climate Change of Pakistan in considering and drafting a proposed instrument (or set of tools) that provide a price signal on carbon emissions - in order to contribute to the achievement of the NDC of the country at the domestic level, considering the national context and priorities, while enabling potential cooperative mitigation action under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

    The project will culminate in a study which will compare the merits of the different approaches, taking into account the needs and specific priorities of the country with regard to potential carbon pricing instruments - including potential for the use of these instruments with recommendations on required capacity-building and policy development.

    The study will incorporate the feedback of key public and private stakeholders at the federal and provincial levels.

    It is expected that the described study is developed in close collaboration with the Federal Government of Pakistan and interested parties.

    Expected date for start of work

    The work will start in March 2018.

    Duration

    The work will initially be of a 6-month duration. The consultant will be allocated 90 working days.

    Duty Station

    The duty station of the consultant shall be the Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan. Travel and subsistence allowance will be provided at prevailing UN Climate Change rates for any project related travel the consultant may need to undertake during the course of the consultancy.

    Implementation and Reporting

    Staff of the UNFCCC secretariat, especially those at the Regional Collaboration Centre Bangkok will provide support and act as reviewers. The Federal Government of Pakistan will also review and validate stages of the study of sub-packages of work.

    The assignment shall be implemented based on a mutually agreed timeline. All deliverables shall be submitted to the CI-ACA project with a copy to the responsible Regional Collaboration Center and the country focal person/s.

    Qualifications and Competencies

    ● Advanced educational qualifications in a relevant field (environmental economics, public policy, public administration) in combination with relevance of experience

    ● 2 years of professional experience in climate change mitigation; some concrete experience in designing and/or analyzing domestic carbon pricing and carbon market schemes such as carbon tax, emission trading systems and carbon funds is desirable.

    ● Familiarity with the following subtopics related to carbon pricing is desirable: scope and coverage, oversight and institutional arrangements, flexibility provision, setting of cap/price, allocation or management of price impact.

    ● Knowledge of latest national, regional, and international developments in the field of carbon pricing.

    ● Experience working with government and non-government stakeholders.

    ● Previous working experience in Pakistan strongly desired.

    ● Desired skills: Report writing, research and analysis, presentation, consulting and advisory.

    ● Language skills: Proficiency in written and spoken English and Urdu (or another local language) is essential.

    ● Technical Proposal and Timeline (1-10 points)

    ● Financial Proposal (1-10 points)


    How to apply:

    Candidates, whose qualifications and experience match what we are looking for, please send the documents cited below to Ms. Ariel Yu (yu@iges.or.jp) and copy regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp. Please indicate “Junior consultant - carbon pricing” in your email subject.

    This position is open for either entities or individual consultants to apply. In case of an application received from an entity, please submit the below listed documents for the Junior Expert as well as the documents listed in the ToR for the Senior expert under this project. Applications from entities received without complete documents for both experts will not be accepted.

    Only candidates under serious consideration will be invited for an interview via teleconference.

    Please include the following documents in your application:

    ● Up to date CV

    ● Cover Letter

    ● A technical proposal that will have a description of methodology for implementing the assignment and the tasks therein. Please include a list of key questions that, according to you, would need to be explored in the course of conducting the study.

    ● A financial proposal that will constitute a budget for the work described in this ToR, with a proposed payment schedule and indicating the daily rate;

    Assessment criteria, based on desk review of submitted material:

    ● Listed Qualifications (1-10 points)


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Pakistan
    Closing date: 21 Mar 2018

    Terms of Reference for Framework of Support (Mitigation Instruments Research Officer)

    Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA)

    The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is a nonprofit policy research institute promoting sustainable development across the Asia-Pacific region. Established in 1998, IGES is headquartered in Hayama, Japan and has branch offices and desks in Bangkok, Beijing, Kansai, Kitakyushu, New Delhi, and Tokyo.

    Since the year 2015, IGES has partnered with UN Climate Change to establish the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centre for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand.

    IGES, on behalf of UN Climate Change and the regional Collaboration Centre, Bangkok (RCC Bangkok), seeks to hire a junior national consultant to carry out activities related to the Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA) initiative, in Pakistan as described in the ‘Objectives and Details of Project’ section below.

    Background

    Carbon pricing is a straightforward approach for addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as it puts a price signal on carbon, creating an incentive for cutting emissions and investing into more climate friendly solutions.

    The Paris Agreement, which has already been ratified by 176 Parties (as of 29 January 2018), among which Pakistan, explicitly recognizes the important role of carbon pricing (decision CP21/1 para. 136).

    Recognising the growing number of Parties to the Paris Agreement that are considering carbon pricing instruments as an approach for implementing their climate action and the related need for support, the CIACA initiative was announced during the COP22 in Marrakech. The initiative’s objective is to support Parties in the development of carbon pricing approaches for implementing their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) under the Paris Agreement and foster cooperative climate action with other jurisdictions

    The initiative is operationalized regionally through the UN Climate Change Regional Collaboration Centres (RCCs).

    Details of position

    The Research Officer (RO) will work under the Director General for Environment & Climate Change, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Pakistan. He will assist in the implementation of the initiative “Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action” (CI-ACA). The initiative supports Pakistan in relation to the consideration and development of economic instruments for climate change mitigation and sustainable development at the national level, while exploring options for cooperative climate action under the international climate regime.

    The RO is expected to provide practical and conceptual support to the consideration and development of domestic mitigation instruments and support the Ministry on all matters related to international cooperative climate action under the evolving international climate regime and in particular Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. In his capacity, the RO is expected to conduct research activities, liaise with a broad range of entities involved, develop reports and recommendation to the project steering group and report to the ministry and the project board.

    In the frame of his activity, the RO is expected to develop key expert on the topic of carbon pricing, mitigation instrument and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement for cooperative climate action.

    The RO will be responsible for leading or contributing to the following tasks:

    · Support with the identification and review of main types of approaches implemented to set a price on signal on greenhouse gases emissions at the conceptual and practical level, in particular by analyzing current status and development at the international level;

    · Map the landscape of existing or planned policies and initiatives at the national level with relevance to carbon pricing, especially regarding (i) social, economic and fiscal policies as well as (ii) climate and energy related policies and initiatives;

    · Support and organise the identification and gathering of information of energy use and greenhouse gases emissions for the main emitting sectors and facilities at the domestic level;

    · Analyse qualitatively and if required quantitatively the potential impact of various carbon pricing which could be considered in Pakistan considering their strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, including specifically in the national context, and prepare recommendations on how to address possible threats and weaknesses;

    · Preparing reports assessing the merits of different instruments;

    · Developing roadmaps for the further consideration and elaboration of instrument at the national level;

    · Assist the Ministry and serve as focal point on all matters related to the implementation and as needed the further elaboration of the Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement with regard to mitigation action;

    · Assist, as needed, in the preparation of conceptual notes for the Ministry on topics related to climate action in the frame of the Paris Agreement, especially regarding the development, implementation and use of instruments of cooperative climate action and on topics related to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement;

    · Liaise as needed with representatives of sectors, civil society, Government Officials from other agencies, other Government branches as well as donors and coordinators involved in the CI-ACA initiative and act as focal person for the consideration and development of carbon pricing instruments at the domestic level and in the international context;

    · Seek feedback and manage interactions with key national actors to be consulted

    · Support as required the development of a continuous Monitoring, Reporting and Verification System for entities and sectors to which a system of carbon pricing may apply;

    · Assist with all administrative and logistical arrangements for meetings, workshops and conferences;

    · Coordinate with UNFCCC/ RCC and study team to ensure improved coordination for timely completion of assigned tasks;

    · Prepare reports to update on progress of work

    · To perform any other duties as required by the NPD for achieving the above objectives.

    Qualification/Experience

    · Master degree preferably in a related field (Environment, Economics, Public Policy International Relations or Public Administration))

    · Excellent research, conceptual and analytic skills

    · Good data compiling and analysis skills

    · Excellent writing skills;

    · Fast learner with good problem-solving skills and result oriented approach;

    · Computing skills, particularly in handling accounting software

    · Good understanding of climate change mitigation

    · Familiarity with climate change and energy related programmes and policies in Pakistan

    • Language skills: Proficiency in written and spoken English and Urdu (or another local language) is essential.

    · Familiarity with the following topics would be desired: economic instruments for climate change mitigation (in particular carbon taxes, emission trading systems, climate funds, climate finance, CDM), accounting of greenhouse gases emissions, Paris Agreement and the international climate regime, developments in the field of international climate action.

    Expected date for start of work

    The work will start in March 2018.

    Duration

    The post is purely on contract basis for a period of eight months.

    Duty Station

    The duty station of the consultant shall be the Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan.

    Remuneration

    A competitive monthly remuneration will be provided.


    How to apply:

    Candidates, whose qualifications and experience match what we are looking for, please send an up to date CV and cover letter to Ms. Ariel Yu (yu@iges.or.jp) and copy regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp.

    Please indicate “Mitigation Instruments Research Officer” in your email subject.

    Only candidates under serious consideration will be invited for an interview via teleconference.


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: France
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2018

    Fondée en 1994, la Chaînede l’Espoirintervient dans plus de vingt-cinq pays pour offrir un accès aux soins et à l’éducation aux enfants démunis.

    Dans le domaine de la santé, l’action se divise en trois volets : les soins en France (100 enfants opérés chaque année), les missions de formation à l’étranger (100 missions médicales chaque année pour assurer un transfert de compétences aux équipes soignantes locales), les projets hospitaliers (appui à un projet de construction d’établissement ou de service hospitalier : Projet médical, infrastructure, équipement, achat et logistique, organigramme, organisation des services, recrutement des RH et formation, business plan, aspects juridiques).

    Dans le domaine de l’éducation, elle favorise l’accès à l’éducation d’enfants parmi les plus vulnérables, et développe des programmes d’aide à une scolarisation de qualité.

    L’association organise plus d’une centaine de missions chaque année, missions médicales, missions de coordination de projets, missions plus techniques ou politiques.

    Description du poste

    Le/la Contrôleur/euse de gestion senior exerce ses fonctions au sein d’une équipe de deux personnes, sous la responsabilité du Responsable Comptabilité/Gestion au sein de la Direction Administrative et Financière de la Chaîne de l’Espoir.

    A ce titre, il/elle :

    – est le référent Gestion/Administration des équipes siège (Coordinateurs et Responsables Programmes) et terrain (support, aide à la formation),

    – garantit le respect des procédures des bailleurs privés ou institutionnels,

    – participe à l’amélioration des procédures internes de gestion au siège et sur le terrain,

    – produit les états de gestion et le suivi budgétaire de l’association à l’attention de la Direction,

    – collabore avec les Ressources Humaines pour le processus de recrutement, l’affectation et le suivi du personnel expatrié,

    – assure le lien entre les bailleurs et les autres services de l’Association, notamment : Financements Institutionnels, Partenariat, cellule Hôpital Construction

    MISSIONS

    Pilotage financier

    – être garant de l’information financière dans l’outil de gestion en établissant des règles de gestion en collaboration Coordinateurs Programmes et contrôlant les imputations analytiques et les lignes de financements en comptabilité

    – valider la légitimité et la conformité budgétaire des transferts de fonds vers le terrain

    – analyser les coûts Budget/Réalisé, produire des indicateurs et commentaires

    – produire les réestimations lors des clôtures semestrielles et annuelles

    – communiquer les états de gestion à la Direction et aux Coordinateurs et Responsables terrain, et alerter sur les risques financiers

    Gestion des missions terrain

    – contrôler le respect des procédures utilisées par les équipes sur le terrain

    – superviser et contrôler la conformité des éléments remontés au siège par le terrain (documents comptables, fiches d’inventaires terrain, …)

    – réaliser des visites sur le terrain pour support aux équipes

    Gestion des financements bailleurs

    – garantir aux bailleurs le respect des exigences budgétaires et financières

    – contrôler et superviser les reportings financiers intermédiaires et finaux selon les dispositions des bailleurs

    – garantir les entrées de fonds : prévisionnel d’encaissement, préparation des demandes de paiements bailleurs avec le service Financements Institutionnels, suivi des créances bailleurs avec le service Comptabilité

    – préparer et piloter les audits bailleurs sur le terrain et au siège

    PROFIL RECHERCHE

    – formation initiale en gestion, finances, comptabilité, avec plusieurs années d’expérience en contrôle de gestion et/ou audit interne,

    – expérience de terrain indispensable en ONG de solidarité internationale, en qualité de coordinateur administratif et financier (minimum 24 mois de mission),

    – maîtrise des outils informatiques (Excel, Word),

    – connaissance du logiciel SAGA très appréciée,Bon niveau d’anglais indispensable.

    Bon niveau d’anglais indispensable.

    QUALITES

    – goût pour le travail en équipe et véritable aisance relationnelle,

    – rigueur et fiabilité,

    – capacité de travail, bonne gestion du stress, réactivité et efficacité


    How to apply:

    CV + Lettre de Motivation

    Philippe Le Goff

    Direction des Ressources Humaines

    plegoff@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Afghanistan
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2018

    I. CONTEXTE

    La Chaîne de l’Espoir est une ONG française offrant un accès à des soins médicaux pour les enfants vulnérables dans les pays en développement.

    En 2005, la Chaîne de l’Espoir a construit l’Institut Médical Français pour l’Enfant (IMFE) à Kaboul, un hôpital pédiatrique à but non lucratif, afin de fournir des soins chirurgicaux de haute qualité pour les jeunes patients. Depuis 2006, le Réseau Aga Khan de développement (AKDN) est responsable de la gestion globale de l’IMFE, la Chaine de l’Espoir restant en appui médical. En 2016, l’hôpital s’est agrandi avec l’ouverture du Pôle Mère-Enfant offrant des services de gynécologie, obstétrique et néonatologie. Les actions de la Chaine de l’Espoir en Afghanistan sont donc de fournir :

    · Un appui-conseil, formation et appui-technique médical, paramédical, biomédical, technique, par des missions de bénévoles de la Chaine dans leur domaine d’expertise.

    · Une contribution au fonds de solidarité, programme social de l’IMFE qui vise à faciliter l’accès aux traitements médicaux et chirurgicaux pour les enfants démunis.

    · Un accès aux services de soins de santé pour les enfants et les femmes les plus démunis des régions reculées de l’Afghanistan à travers le programme “pavillon des enfants”.

    Contexte spécifique à cette mission en 2018 : La Chaîne de l’Espoir poursuivra l’accompagnement de la qualité des soins avec un accent particulier sur l’activité de gynécologie-obstétrique, la cardiologie et chirurgie cardiaque notamment pour les adultes, le développement des compétences en chirurgie de la rétine et le laboratoire de microbiologie. La Chaine de l’Espoir développe aussi sa participation à la formation académique en plus de la formation assurée au sein des services de l’hôpital. La Chaîne de l’Espoir continuera de défendre l’accès gratuit aux soins spécialisés de qualité pour les enfants et femmes afghans les plus vulnérables. L’année 2018 est aussi celle de l’opérationnalisation de l’accueil des femmes au Pavillon.

    II. RÉSUMÉ DE LA MISSION GÉNÉRALE DU POSTE

    Dans le cadre de la politique générale des programmes mise en place par la Chaine de l’Espoir et des grandes orientations définies pour le programme Afghanistan, le titulaire du poste est en charge d’assurer le suivi technique et financier des projets sur le terrain en étroite collaboration avec le Coordinateur Pays basé à Kaboul, les partenaires locaux et les équipes projet locales.

    III. POSITION DANS L’ORGANISATION

    · N+2 : Coordinateur de programmes (basé au siège)

    · N+1 : Coordinateur Pays

    IV. PRINCIPALES ACTIVITÉS

    Il soutient le Coordinateur Pays dans la partie administrative, logistique et financière des tâches de coordination (appui à l’organisation des missions médicales, paramédicales et de coordination, mise à jour du planning des missions, communication avec les services concernés de l’hôpital notamment le transport et la sécurité, briefing à l’arrivée, transmission des informations aux partenaires).

    Il appuie le Coordinateur Pays dans le suivi technique et financier du Programme. Il participe au suivi technique et financier des projets avec l’équipe locale et les partenaires, et à la rédaction des rapports auprès des bailleurs institutionnels et privés.

    Sous la responsabilité du Coordinateur pays, il a pour mission d’assurer la réalisation d’outils de communication (articles), la logistique ou la mise en œuvre d’évènements de communication.

    Il ou elle a un rôle essentiel puisqu’il est le relais officiel et opérationnel du Coordinateur Pays. En son absence, il assurera les responsabilités qui lui seront déléguées (représentation, sécurité etc.).

    Ville : Kaboul, Afghanistan

    Formation

    · Diplômé en gestion de projets de développement et/ou humanitaire ou en sciences sociales, relations internationales avec une expérience dans la gestion technique et financière de projets de développement.

    Expérience

    · Expérience préalable dans la gestion de projet de développement et/ou humanitaire

    · Au moins une expérience en expatriation

    · Une expérience dans le secteur de la santé est un atout

    · Une connaissance de la région Afghanistan / Pakistan est un atout

    Langues parlées

    · Français et anglais courants, dari est un atout

    Qualités requises

    · Capacité à travailler dans un contexte fragile

    · Souplesse du comportement

    · Dynamisme, sens des responsabilités, attitude proactive

    · Autonomie

    · Axé sur les résultats

    · Bonne représentation et diplomatie

    Type de contrat : CDD, Volontariat

    Rémunération : en fonction de l’expérience

    Rythme de la mission : deux semaines de congés toutes les huit semaines hors du pays de mission

    Date de démarrage souhaitée : avril 2018


    How to apply:

    Adresser CV+lettre de motivation + 3 dernières références à
    Philippe LE GOFF
    Direction des Ressources Humaines
    mail : plegoff@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: France
    Closing date: 15 May 2018

    Fondée en 1994, la Chaînede l’Espoirintervient dans plus de vingt-cinq pays pour offrir un accès aux soins et à l’éducation aux enfants démunis.

    Dans le domaine de la santé, l’action se divise en trois volets : les soins en France (100 enfants opérés chaque année), les missions de formation à l’étranger (100 missions médicales chaque année pour assurer un transfert de compétences aux équipes soignantes locales), les projets hospitaliers (appui à un projet de construction d’établissement ou de service hospitalier : Projet médical, infrastructure, équipement, achat et logistique, organigramme, organisation des services, recrutement des RH et formation, business plan, aspects juridiques).

    Dans le domaine de l’éducation, elle favorise l’accès à l’éducation d’enfants parmi les plus vulnérables, et développe des programmes d’aide à une scolarisation de qualité.

    L’association organise plus d’une centaine de missions chaque année, missions médicales, missions de coordination de projets, missions plus techniques ou politiques.

    Description du poste

    Rattaché(e) à la Responsable du Contrôle de gestion, au sein de la Direction Administrative et Financière, vous travaillez en étroite collaboration avec la Direction des programmes, les équipes terrain, les responsables de services et la comptabilité du siège.

    Vous vous assurez de la bonne gestion administrative et financière des projets et des dossiers du siège dont vous avez la charge. Vous êtes l’interlocuteur privilégié du terrain pour toutes les questions administratives et financières.

    Principales activités :

    · Participation à l’élaboration des budgets, contrôle du montage financier des projets et de la mise à jour des plans de financement

    · Réalisation du suivi budgétaire, des analyses et commentaires sur les écarts entre budget et réalisé

    · Contrôle de la gestion administrative et comptable des projets

    · Validation des transferts de fonds sur le terrain

    · Contrôle et supervision des rapports financiers aux bailleurs publics et privés

    · Contrôle du respect des règles des bailleurs, des procédures internes dans la mise en œuvre des programmes

    · Participation aux audits internes ou externes des projets financés

    · Participation à l’amélioration des procédures et des outils administratifs et financiers

    · Formation en interne et externe (partenaires opérationnels) aux outils et procédures administratives, comptables et financières.

    Dans le cadre de ces activités, vous êtes amené(e) à vous déplacer sur le terrain pour des missions de courte durée.

    PROFIL RECHERCHE

    – formation initiale en gestion, finances, comptabilité, avec plusieurs années d’expérience en contrôle de gestion et/ou audit interne,

    – expérience de terrain indispensable en ONG de solidarité internationale, en qualité de coordinateur administratif et financier (minimum 24 mois de mission),

    – maîtrise des outils informatiques (Excel, Word),

    – connaissance du logiciel SAGA très appréciée,Bon niveau d’anglais indispensable.

    Bon niveau d’anglais indispensable.

    QUALITES

    – goût pour le travail en équipe et véritable aisance relationnelle,

    – rigueur et fiabilité,

    – capacité de travail, bonne gestion du stress, réactivité et efficacité


    How to apply:

    CV + Lettre de Motivation

    Philippe Le Goff

    Direction des Ressources Humaines

    plegoff@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Jordan
    Closing date: 18 May 2018

    Description of the organization:

    La Chaine de l’Espoir is a French non-profit organization founded in 1994. It is an independent and impartial international aid organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. La Chaîne de l’Espoir is a network of medical and surgical expertise. A key player in healthcare, the organization is committed to providing medical treatment and education to the children who need it the most.

    MISSIONStarting Date: 01/06/2018

    Base: Amman (Jordan) with regular visits in Lebanon (Beirut, Bekaa…)

    Status: Volunteer

    Goal / Purpose: To lead the implementation of CDE projects in Jordan and Lebanon including in terms of:

    • Quality programming

    • internal and external coordination

    • financial, administrative, human resources, logistic and security management

    • compliance and accountability both internally and externally

    JOB

    The Field Coordinator is responsible to perform the following tasks (non-exhaustive list):

    Project management andstrategy development

    • Propose and develop an operational strategy in line with the association's policies and the population's needs.
    • Propose new operational directions in accordance with the evolving context.
    • Ensure the needs’ identification, formulation, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the projects.

    · Make sure the projects are implemented in a timely, efficient and relevant manner while being consistent with commitments made.

    Partnership leadership and management

    · Propose and build partnerships with relevant stakeholders

    · Develop partnership agreements whenever required

    · Organise meetings with partners in order to monitor the implementation of the partnership activities and objectives and continuously improve the quality of the partnership.

    Resource management / compliance

    • Propose the human, financial and logistical resources required for the implementation of the projects.
    • Ensure that financial resources and other means necessary to the implementation of the projects are mobilized.
    • Guarantee the appropriate use of resources in accordance with existing procedures and compliance with donors’ rules.

    Human resource management

    • Manage CDE’s team in Jordan (and Lebanon as relevant)
    • Monitor the implementation of CDE’s human resources policy and procedures; propose adaptations to those in accordance with the local context as relevant.
    • Provide support and guidance to the team in order to achieve their objectives.

    Internal coordination

    • Ensure that documents produced meet deadlines and quality standards
    • Ensure that all internal reporting respects the standard formats and procedures
    • Organise regular internal and external coordination meetings
    • Ensure that key operational information circulates properly, between HQ, CDE teams in Jordan (and Lebanon as relevant) and partners

    External coordination

    • Coordinate with local stakeholders in Jordan and Lebanon for aid workers, administrative, political and local authorities, civil society (partners, other NGO…), donors and the media

    · Be an active participant in humanitarian forums and relevant coordination meetings

    · Represent CDE and the program towards donors including for reporting and fundraising

    · Supervise CDE’s registration in Jordan (and Lebanon as relevant) and ensure that the internal process is adapted to the new status of CDE’s (Human resources, registration to MoPIC, etc…)

    Security

    · Guide the security and safety of CDE staff and missions

    · Ensure a security monitoring and propose measures to prevent, adapt and react to security incidents

    · Report security and safety incidents whenever relevant

    Reporting

    · Be in charge of the reporting to the donor

    · Be in charge of the monthly reporting to HQ

    Team relations

    The field coordinator:

    · Is under the direct supervision of CDE Programs Coordinator at HQ?

    · Is the direct manager of the team in Jordan (a local representative/office manager and a case management officer) and in Lebanon as relevant?

    · Liaises with CDE HQ technical referents any time required

    · Works closely with the hospitals, the surgical teams, the key informants and any other relevant stakeholders

    PROFILE

    Education and professional experience

    Degree in the field of humanitarian project management, development studies, international cooperation / relations

    Previous field experience with an international NGO in a similar position – project manager, program coordinator or field coordinator (essential)

    Demonstrated experience in context analysis, strategy development, project cycle management including reporting, monitoring and evaluation

    Previous experience in managing institutional funding (desired)

    Previous work experience in Jordan, Lebanon or in the Middle East and/or in the health sector (desired)

    Interpersonal skills

    Strategic thinking, capacity to analyze and propose solutions

    Good verbal and written communication skills

    Listening skills, patience and sense of diplomacy in operational environment

    Polyvalence and flexibility

    Adherence to humanitarian principles and CDE code of ethics

    Language and IT

    Good command of spoken and written English (essential)

    Command of or interest to learn Arabic is a plus

    Command of Microsoft software tools


    How to apply:

    Send CV + Cover Letter to :
    Lucie DECHIFRE
    Coordinator Project
    ldechifre@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: France
    Closing date: 29 Jun 2018

    Fondée en 1994, la Chaîne de l’Espoir (CDE) intervient dans plus de 25 pays pour offrir un accès aux soins et à l’éducation aux enfants les plus démunis, leurs familles et leurs communautés.

    Dans le domaine de la santé, l’action de la CDE se divise en 3 volets :

    · les traitements médicaux et chirurgicaux en France et à l’étranger,

    · les missions de formation médicale aux équipes soignantes locales à l’étranger (pour assurer un transfert/renforcement de compétences)

    · les projets hospitaliers (mise en place et/ou appui à des établissements ou des services: infrastructures, équipements, organisation, recrutements et formations du personnel médical).

    Dans le domaine de l’éducation, l’action de la CDE favorise l’accès à l’éducation d’enfants en situation de vulnérabilité et développe des programmes d’aide à une scolarisation de qualité.

    Les équipes de la CDE comptent une centaine d’employés (44 au siège, 59 sur le terrain) et un grand nombre de volontaires (y.c. docteurs, infirmier.e.s et techniciens hospitaliers, familles d’accueil, etc.)

    Principalement financée par la générosité du public, la CDE s’est engagée depuis quelques années dans le développement et la diversification de ses sources de financements institutionnels (actuellement environ 20% des ressources de la CDE) et poursuit sa structuration et le développement de ses compétences en matière de gestion de tels financements. La CDE bénéficie notamment de financements de la DG ECHO, d’UNOCHA, de l’AFD du Centre de Crise et de Soutien (MAE français) et du Conseil Régional d’Île-de-France.

    La CDE collabore avec d’autres ONG, particulièrement les organisations locales, des structures de santé, des universités, les autorités nationales et locales, particulièrement les Ministères de la santé et de l’éducation tant au niveau de son siège que de ses antennes situées en Europe, en Afrique et au Moyen-Orient.

    Les activités et le fonctionnement de la CDE sont régis par un code d’éthique qui inclut les principes humanitaires (humanité, indépendance, neutralité et impartialité). La CDE est membre du Comité de la Charte et certifié IDEAS.

    I.Contexte et projet

    a)Contexte

    Après le déploiement de missions ponctuelles de chirurgie cardio-pédiatrique au Kurdistan irakien jusqu’en 2015, la CDE a assis sa présence de manière permanente en Irak depuis Février 2016.

    L’objectif de la CDE est de prodiguer des soins d’urgence médico-chirurgicaux dans les zones affectées par la guerre au profit des personnes les plus vulnérables dont les blessés, les personnes déplacées en interne, les minorités et les populations enclavées, tout en participant au processus de stabilisation de la région grâce au renforcement des compétences locales en matière de prise en charge chirurgicale.

    b)Résumé du projet

    Projet d’appui à la chirurgie d’urgence et à la chirurgie générale dans les zones de Rabbia/Sinoni, affectées par la guerre, lancé le 1er juin 2016, pour une durée de 19 mois, jusqu’au 31 décembre 2017.

    Le projet a pour objectifs de permettre :

    ØL’accès à des soins chirurgicaux d’urgence dans les zones affectées par le conflit au travers de la mise en fonctionnement de deux blocs de chirurgie générale - à Rabbia (pop. arabes) et à Sinoni (pop. Yézidie).

    La prise en charge, le suivi et le référencement des patients à l’hôpital des urgences et l’hôpital pédiatrique de Dohuk au travers de missions de chirurgie et de formations du personnel (chirurgie viscérale et orthopédique adultes et enfants).

    : Il s’agit d’un projet cofinancé par quatre organisations intervenant à différents niveaux de la réponse humanitaire d’urgence : le Centre de Crise et de Soutien du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères Français (CDCS), l’Union Européenne à travers la Protection Civile et les Opérations d’Aide Humanitaire (DG ECHO), les Nations Unies à travers l’ « Iraq Humanitarian Pooled Fund » (IHPF – OCHA) et la CDE.

    c)Motifs de la mission

    Au cours du projet une mission d’audit/évaluation a été réalisée par le Responsable de la Comptabilité et du Contrôle de Gestion de la CDE et une consultante externe (FrontView) en Avril 2017.

    Par ailleurs, en fin de projet, une mission d’audit (non exhaustif, réalisé par sondage. Afin d’anticiper des non-conformités qui pourraient surgir des audits bailleurs finaux,) et d’évaluation des risques en terme de gestion de ces trois subventions a été réalisée par le cabinet Donnadieu & Associés en Mars 2018.

    Le cadre de référence, concernant les principes et les procédures devant être suivis, choisi a été celui exigé par la Commission Européenne (le plus contraignant des 3 bailleurs, part majoritaire du cofinancement et forte probabilité de mission d’audit).

    Ces missions ont identifié un certain nombre de risques et d’axes d’amélioration liés à:

    · La gestion financière : complétude et qualité des pièces justificatives, gestion des allocations de coûts, éligibilité des dépenses, etc.

    · Le respect des principes et des procédures de passation de marché : complétude et qualité des dossiers d’achats, etc…

    · La gestion des stocks et des équipements

    · La gestion des ressources humaines : respect du cadre social local, respect des outils et procédures RH mis en place, etc.

    d)Objectifs de la mission

    La CDE souhaite faire réaliser une mission de pré-audit exhaustif qui visera à identifier les faiblesses dans la documentation et la conformité, proposer et mettre en œuvre des actions correctives pertinentes et estimer le risque résiduel.

    Il s’agira avant tout de :

    · Reprendre et s’approprier les travaux déjà réalisés en termes d’identification des risques financiers et de recommandations de mise en conformité sur ce périmètre

    · Procéder à la mise à jour et la mise en conformité des documents justificatifs

    e)Plan de travail et calendrier

    · Briefings, cadrage de la mission (contexte, planning, méthode, outils, etc.)

    · Localiser et consolider les informations nécessaires (liste des dépenses imputées, listes d’équipements, états de stocks, listes du personnel, etc.)

    · Localiser l'ensemble des pièces (physiques et/ou digitales) comptables, logistiques et RH concernées et s'assurer de leur présence complète et de leur bon ordre

    · Contrôler l’intégralité des pièces comptables, des dossiers d’achats et des dossiers du personnel international et national

    · Sur cette base, identification des éléments non-conformes, au travers d’outils de vérification de l’application des procédures et principes de bonne gestion (qualité, complétude, cohérence et conformité de la documentation, éligibilité et bonne affectation des dépenses, cohérence Log – Finance et RH – Finance, présence et cohérence des validations, etc.)

    · Organiser et superviser la recherche des informations et documents manquants, en coordination avec tous les départements concernés

    · Reporting/synthèse, y compris :

    o Tableaux de vérification

    o Estimation du risque financier prévisionnel initial

    o Proposition des actions correctives/de régularisation qu’il serait souhaitable et possible de réaliser afin de réduire ce risque financier prévisionnel initial

    o Proposition d’un calendrier de mise en œuvre des actions correctives/de régularisation

    · Arbitrages

    · Procéder aux régularisations, en produisant si besoin des documents de régularisation

    · Reporting final & débriefing, y compris :

    o Tableaux de vérification

    o Estimation du risque financier résiduel prévisionnel après régularisation (et du risque résiduel incompressible)

    o Formulation de recommandations résultant des dysfonctionnements observés et des risques identifiés

    Le nombre de jours estimés pour la réalisation de l’action est de 6 semaines, à compter de la date de démarrage de la mission (idéalement en Juillet 2018).

    f)Livrables de la mission

    · Rapport final, y compris :

    o Tableaux de vérification complétés

    o Estimation du risque financier résiduel prévisionnel après régularisation (et du risque résiduel incompressible)

    o Formulation de recommandations résultant des dysfonctionnements observés et des risques identifiés

    · Regroupement et classement physique des dossiers et/ou scans des documents nécessaires aux audits ultérieurs par le(s) bailleur(s)

    g)Hiérarchie

    Travaille sous la responsabilité du Responsable de l’Audit et du Contrôle Interne de la CDE et en lien et en étroite collaboration avec les différents départements et services du siège, ainsi que l’antenne de la CDE au Kurdistan irakien.

    II.Le missionnaire

    a)Le profil du missionnaire

    · Formation supérieure en gestion/finances et/ou en logistique

    · Expérience significative (plus de 5 ans) dans le milieu de l’aide humanitaire et/ou au développement, de préférence en ONG et basé sur le terrain

    · Expérience significative (plus de 5 ans) dans l’audit, le contrôle interne, le contrôle de gestion et/ou la logistique

    · Très bonne connaissance des principes et procédures de bonne gestion exigés par la DG ECHO ; celle d’autres bailleurs institutionnels sera un plus

    · Anglais et Français courant. La maitrise de l’arabe est un avantage.

    · Très bon esprit de synthèse et excellentes capacités d’analyse

    · Rigoureux et organisé

    · Force de proposition et autonome

    · Bonnes qualités relationnelles et d’écoute

    · Capable d’évoluer dans un environnement multiculturel

    b)Contractualisation

    Missionnaire salarié(e)**(CDD 6 semaines, basé(e) à Paris)** ou consultant


    How to apply:

    Adresser CV + lettre de motivation à :

    Eric LEGENDRE
    elegendre@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 08 Jul 2018

    Vacancy Announcement

    Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

    Regional Centre in Bangkok

    Position title: Programme Officer, Sustainable Cities(1 position for Thai national)

    Salary: Depending on experience

    Contract: Initially one year contract with 3 months probationary period and possible extension

    Work hours/days: Full-time (7.5 hours/day), 5 days per week except for Saturdays and Sundays

    Place of work: IGES Bangkok Regional Centre, Thailand

    Background:

    IGES Bangkok Regional Centre (BRC) is seeking qualified Thai applicants for the position of Programme Officer, Sustainable Cities for the ASEAN SDGs Frontrunner Cities Programme (SDGs-FC) funded by the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF). The SDG-FC aims to support ASEAN cities in achieving inclusive, sustainable, resilient and dynamic development in line with ASEAN Vision 2020 by aligning city actions with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. To attain the goal, the Programme will support the planning and implementation of multi-benefit model projects, as well as developing the capacity of next generation cities, and sharing the experiences and knowledge generated from the Programme among ASEAN Member States (AMS) to promote the replication of innovative ground policies/practices towards clean and green ASEAN.

    The Programme Officer is expected to have extensive engagement to strengthen partnerships with the ASEAN Secretariat, the ASEAN environmental-related Working Groups, Thailand’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment as well as leading experts, civil society, media and private sector entities in the global development community. The position will play a critical role in shaping the expansion of IGES’ programmes related to sustainable cities within Thailand and the ASEAN region. Specifically, he/she will contribute to the research, design, fund-raising and management for new regional programmes within ASEAN. This position is also expected to contribute to elevating IGES’ profile on ASEAN issues, through contact with the media and social/cultural influencers.

    Duties and responsibilities:

    Under the supervision of the Programme Manager, Sustainable Cities, the Programme Officer will perform the following duties:

    · Conduct general tasks to ensure the smooth operation of the SDGs Frontrunner Cities Programme(SDGs-FC) and related projects, including but not limited to:

    o Overall coordination of logistical and financial reporting responsibilities for programme activities (i.e. meetings, regional seminars and workshops etc.).

    o Contribute to policy research work for the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of pilot projects in cities, especially those in Thailand. This may include translating and/or interpret between Thai and English to facilitate stakeholder meetings, events, outreach/communications and research work;

    o Attend activities within Thailand for networking and fund raising.

    o Provide strategic inputs for the design, publicity/communications and fund-raising initiatives of IGES new cities-related programmes.

    · Carry out any other additional tasks as may be assigned by the Director of IGES Regional Centre.

    Competences and Qualities

    · Passionate about sustainability and the environment;

    · Aspires to develop a career in project management and international diplomacy;

    · Creative, pays attention to details, respects deadlines and comfortable with multi-tasking.

    · Excellent at listening, writing and public speaking.

    · Genuinely enjoy social activities and excellent at networking;

    · Service-minded personality and able to flexibly adjust communication styles to suit different type of stakeholders;

    · Knowledgeable and skillful at navigating protocols associated with supporting high-level officials and stakeholders;

    · Sensitive and courteous in multi-cultural environments;

    · Skilled at interacting with, and handling the challenges of dealing with high-level government officials and organizational representatives.

    Requirements

    · Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in development, environment or related fields. At least two to three years of experience in the environment, development and sustainability sector;

    · Knowledgeable about environmental and development issues

    · Experienced in working with a wide range of stakeholders, especially the government sector;

    · Native-level Thai and strong command of English in terms of speaking, writing and reading.

    · Ability to prioritise tasks and deliver assignments on time under limited supervision

    · Computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access database, etc.);

    · Willingness to travel regularly within ASEAN countries, especially Thailand.

    The following attributes are optional and will be evaluated as ‘plus’ points:

    · Previous working experience in ASEAN-related and Japanese contexts.

    · Skills related to communications/outreach, such as for website development, photography, arts & design, multimedia production and social media.

    Reporting:

    The Programme Officer will report to the Programme Manager, and ultimately to the Director of IGES Regional Centre.

    Term of Employment:

    The term of this position is initially offered for one year with a possible extension subject to fund availability. A probationary period of three months at the beginning of the term of employment will be also considered for applicants.

    Place of Work:

    The IGES Regional Centre office located in downtown Bangkok (604 SG Tower, 6th Floor 161/1 Soi Mahadlek Luang 3, Rajdamri Road, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330).

    Compensation:

    Salary will conform to the IGES Regional Centre’s payment system. Relevant work experience and professional skills will be taken into account. Income tax withholding and other requirements will be complied with under Thai laws.

    Working conditions:

    Annual paid leave and other holidays will conform to the practice in Thailand and in accordance with the relevant rules observed at IGES Regional Centre under Thai labour laws.

    About IGES and IGES Regional Centre:

    Established in 1998, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is an independent, non-profit environmental policy think-tank, with headquarters based in Japan that goes beyond research to provide practical ways to protect the earth's environment and to realise greater sustainability and equity in the global community. While the outlook of IGES is global, the principal geographical scope of its activities is the Asia-Pacific region. IGES activities include strategic research, outreach, networking/multi-stakeholder dialogue, and capacity development (http://www.iges.or.jp/).

    Since 2003, IGES has been operating a project office in cooperation with the Regional Resources Centre for Asia and the Pacific (RRC.AP) of the Asian Institute for Technology (AIT), Pathumthani, Thailand. In 2011, the project office was upgraded to the IGES Regional Centre located in downtown Bangkok (Patumwan, Bangkok) to strengthen its functions and expand activities under the missions of IGES. IGES Regional Centre is a growing operation unit to respond to the needs of the institute as well as stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region.

    The main role of the IGES Regional Centre is to manage three networks that IGES provides secretariat services for, including Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN), Asian Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Network (AECEN), Network for Integrated Planning and Sustainable Development Strategies in Asia-Pacific Region (SDPlanNet-AP), conduct/implement various region-wide activities including those that each network above has planned and others (ADAPT Asia-Pacific project, etc.), and to coordinate collaborative research with international, regional and national organisations and research institutes in the Asia-Pacific region. (http://www.iges.or.jp/en/bangkok/index.html)


    How to apply:

    A cover letter, recent CV (with photo), and salary history must be sent by email to the following address. The position is available now and will remain open until filled. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Reference letter(s) from your supervisor(s) in the past positions (latest preferred) may be requested for short-listed candidates. Additional materials may be also requested in time for the interview.

    Send your application to:

    regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp ,teoh@iges.or.jp

    The application documents are not returnable.


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 30 Jun 2018

    I.KEY INFORMATION

    Job title: Medical Coordinator

    Job location: Erbil and Dohuk, Kurdistan, Iraq

    Starting date of mission: ASAP

    Minimum duration of mission: 6 months

    Place within the organization: Hierarchically accountable to the Head of Mission and functionally accountable to the Medical Referent in HQ.

    Job dimension: Responsible for the overall medical (surgical) strategy and content of programme in Iraq. Functionally manages medical / technical aspects at programme level and advises the national Project Manager on technical medical issues and management of surgical teams.

    This includes:

    • Define medical strategy for the mission
    • Providing medical leadership and direction in the mission.
    • Defining and developing CDE medical and surgical policies and standards into implementation strategies.
    • Safe-guarding medical ethics and the quality of medical and surgical programming (ie relevance, effectiveness, safety, accessibility and appropriateness, as well as “best practice” clinical management of patients).
    • Assisting in the assessment and development of new CDE humanitarian medical and surgical programmes within Iraq / regionally.
    • Management and analysis of health projects data in conjunction with Medical Officer.

    Conditions of employment: Attractive package, negociable based on profile and experience

    II.GENERAL PRESENTATION:

    Description of the organization:

    La Chaine de l’Espoir is a French non-profit organization founded in 1994. It is an independent and impartial international aid organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. La Chaîne de l’Espoir is a network of medical and surgical expertise. A key player in healthcare, the organization is committed to providing medical treatment and education to the children who need it the most.

    Mission's context

    La Chaine de l’Espoir has established a permanent mission in Iraq in 2016 to provide essential medical and surgery services in Dohuk Governorate. Currently CDE in Irak is running 1 Operation Theater room in cooperation with the Directorates of Health for Dohuk. The surgical projects are addressing strategic emergency and life-saving humanitarian needs in under-served areas. CDEs global strategy is also based on a post-crisis environment intervention approach with a stabilization and reconstruction objective, aiming to improve the sustainability of the actions engaged, building the capacity of governmental health departments including with direct coordination and collaboration with the governmental health departments.

    III.DESCRIPTION OF CORE RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

    A: Surgical policy and planning

    • Participates in developing/updating CDE’s policies (inclusive of surgical policy) and operational strategy within Kurdistan / Iraq.
    • Advises and supports the Medical Officer and surgical teams in the translation of the CDE surgical policy and project objectives in order to meet anticipated results.
    • Advises and informs the Head of Mission (in conjunction with Medical Officer) regarding the development and progress of the ongoing medial and surgical pro­gramme against the projects objectives and workplan.
    • Monitors the health needs (particularly relating to surgical / emergency needs etc) and priorities in the country.
    • Proposes and conducts new assessments/fact finding missions in Iraq in allignment with CDEs global and country-level strategy.
    • Participates with the Head of Mission and Medical Manager in initiating, drafting and reviewing new project concepts and proposals and presenting them to existing and identifying new potential donors.

    B: Monitoring and Reporting role

    • Monitoring, evalaution, reporting, and assessment of medical and surgical projects to ensure quality and relevance (in conjunction with Medical Manager)
    • Supporting Medical Officer in preparing monthly reports for the Head of Mission and Program Coordinator at HQ, based on adequately compiled analysis of project medical and surgical data and related referral activities;
    • Ensure monthly data collection and statistics collected is relevant and compatible with national HMIS, and donor reporting requirements (logframe indicators).

    C: Clinical Support/Capacity Buidling role

    • Ensuring adequate clinical supervision of surgical staff
    • Ensure all clinical / surgical staff are maintaining good practice in pre and post operative patient care.
    • Ensure adequate standards are being maintained in sterilisation and surgical laundry procedures.
    • Ensure adequate standards are maintained in collection and disposal of clinical waste.
    • Provide direct hands-on practical technical training regularly at CDE’s project OT sites to national surgical and medical teams in accordance with CDEs program requirements.

    D: Representation/communication:

    • To provide medical representation for CDE as required to local/national health authorities and relevant stakeholders.
    • To maintain contact between CDE, the local health authorities and other relevant organisations regard­ing the planning and implementation of CDE’s program; to initiate and stabilize contacts/networks and to stimulate cooperation.

    E: Human Resources Management:

    • Write, revise and update the job descriptions of the surgical teams.
    • Supervise, coach and support the medical and surgical teams with technical information and in achieving/maintaining good quality medical and surgical cares and follow up.
    • Supervise, coach and support the Medical Manager and the Health Officer.
    • Ensure that one nurse per surgical team will be in charge of the medical side of stock and supply management, including inspection of quality of stock keeping, collating of consumption data and forecasting of consumption needs in collaboration with the Operations Coordinator and the logistics team.

    F: Other Specific Tasks

    • Responsible for ensuring that quality drug and material supply (with Logistics support) is maintained in projects. This includes ensuring medical overview of drug (anaesthetic) and consumable stocks (including regular supervision and control), management of data for forecasting and ordering drug and medical materials and training of non-medical/logistics staff, as relevant.
    • Ensure safety and quality of health care structures and facilities in CDE projects (including water, hygiene and sanitiation, universal precautions, infection control and other preventive measures).
    • Medical supply and stock management is a shared responsibility between the MedCo and the Operations Coordinator, and they must collaborate in this. The specific role of the Medco in this collaboration is to ensure that the appropriate medical products are used, and that accurate monitoring and forecasting of consumption is done. In addition, the MedCo reviews and approves all medical orders. Ensures surgical equipment and devices are regularly maintained in collaboration with the Operations Coordinator and logistics team.
    • Ensure blood donation and blood storage protocol is followed in each project location and support laboratory technicians in ensuring blood donation, typing and cross-matching, screening, criteria for donors is carried out according to international standards.
    • Support the International surgical mission teams and develop / liaise on their missions with Dohuk Emergency Hospital Manager and Dohuk health authorities.
    • Contribute to the definition of the operational strategy, carry out exploratory missions to assess needs, relevance and feasibility of medical actions and participate to proposals writing.
    • Paricipate in and contribute to the missions Senior Management Team (SMT)

    III.REQUIREMENTS

    Professional Training:

    • Medical qualification (Senior Medical doctor or Nurse)
    • Specialisation in surgery or anaesthesia an advantage.

    Working experience:

    • Preferably 18-24 months international NGO field experience in at least two different humanitarian emergency contexts. Expereince and knowledge of Iraq/Northern Iraq context highly desireable.
    • Experience in management of medical programmes and supervision of national medical staff.
    • Knowledge of clinical topics relevant to surgical care i.e. infection control, sterilisation techniques, post-operative infections, blood transfusion etc.
    • Experience in developing policies/plans beyond the operational aspects of projects.
    • Experience in designing medical project proposals in conflict areas and in wirting proposal.

    Specific Skills:

    • Computer literacy: WORD, Excel, SPSS and/or statistical software
    • Good written skills, with proven ability in report writing (medical reports, assessment reports etc).
    • Excellent communication skills; ability to motivate and lead medical colleagues
    • Excellent clinical skills and ability to mentor/coach medical staff
    • Coaching and supervision experience very advantageous; management/team leadership experience a definite plus.
    • Experience of working in insecure environments or complex emergency contexts. Linguistic competence:

    • Fluent in English (spoken, reading and writing);

    • Arabic or Kurdish language skills an advantage


    How to apply:

    Application process : CV + Cover letter + 3 references to be sent by email to nbenoliel@chainedelespoir.org and plegoff@chainedelespoir.org and hr.cde.recruit@gmail.com

    Deadline for application :June, 30th 2018. Due to the urgent need to fill this position, candidates could be interviewed before the deadline for application. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    Candidates who already applied for this position are requested not to send their application again.


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Afghanistan
    Closing date: 15 Jul 2018

    I. CONTEXTE

    La Chaîne de l’Espoir est une ONG française offrant un accès à des soins médicaux pour les enfants vulnérables dans les pays en développement.

    En 2005, La Chaîne de l’Espoir a construit l’Institut Médical Français pour la mère et l’Enfant (IMFE) à Kaboul, un hôpital pédiatrique à but non lucratif, afin de fournir des soins chirurgicaux de haute qualité pour les jeunes patients. Depuis 2006, le Réseau Aga Khan de développement (AKDN) est responsable de la gestion globale de l’IMFE, La Chaîne de l’Espoir restant en appui médical. En 2016, l’hôpital s’est agrandi avec l’ouverture du Pôle Mère-Enfant offrant des services de gynécologie, obstétrique et néonatologie.

    Les actions de La Chaîne de l’Espoir en Afghanistan sont donc de fournir :

    · Un appui-conseil, formation et appui-technique médical, paramédical, biomédical, technique, par des missions de bénévoles de La Chaîne dans leur domaine d’expertise.

    · Une contribution au fonds de solidarité, programme social de l’IMFE qui vise à faciliter l’accès aux traitements médicaux et chirurgicaux pour les enfants démunis.

    · Un accès aux services de soins de santé pour les enfants et les femmes les plus démunis des régions reculées de l’Afghanistan à travers le programme “Pavillon des femmes et des enfants”.

    · Le programme de la Chaîne de l’Espoir est ainsi composé de deux projets : (i) Formations et soins à l’IMFE et (ii) Pavillon des Enfants

    II. RÉSUMÉ DE LA MISSION GÉNÉRALE

    Le titulaire du poste est en charge d’appuyer le Coordinateur Pays dans le renforcement des fonctions administratives, logistiques, financières et en matière de suivi des projets.

    III. POSITION DANS L’ORGANISATION

    · N+2 : Coordinatrice de programmes (basée au siège)

    · N+1 : Coordinateur Pays

    IV. PRINCIPALES ACTIVITÉS

    Il/elle appuie le Coordinateur Pays dans le suivi technique et financier du Programme.

    Il/elle apporte un appui spécifique au niveau du Pavillon des femmes et des enfants sur les fonctions supports (administratives, logistiques, financières et ressources humaines).

    Il/elle accompagne et contrôle la bonne mise en œuvre des procédures.

    Dans le cadre du projet « formations et soins à l’IMFE », il/elle apporte un appui spécifique dans l’organisation des missions médicales, paramédicales et de coordination (environ 80 missions par an).

    Il/elle appuie la préparation des audits financiers annuels, en liaison avec l’équipe nationale et le siège.

    Il/elle a un rôle essentiel en tant que relais officiel et opérationnel du Coordinateur Pays. En son absence, il/elle assurera les responsabilités qui lui seront déléguées (représentation, sécurité etc.).

    Il/elle participe à la rédaction des rapports auprès des bailleurs institutionnels et privés.

    Formation :

    Diplômé(e) en gestion administrative et financière et/ou de projet.

    Expériences :

    · Expérience préalable dans la gestion administrative et financière et/ou de projet, sous financement de bailleurs institutionnels.

    · Au moins une expérience en expatriation.

    · Une expérience dans le secteur de la santé est un atout.

    · Langues parlées : Français et anglais courants.

    Qualités requises :

    · Capacité à travailler dans un environnement culturellement différent.

    · Capacité à travailler dans un contexte volatile, avec des contraintes de mouvements stricts.

    · Dynamisme, sens des responsabilités, attitude proactive.

    · Capacité de travail en équipe, et de manière autonome.

    · Capacité d’analyse et rigueur.

    · Capacités rédactionnelles.

    · Bonne représentation et diplomatie.

    Type de contrat : CDD, Volontariat.

    Rémunération : En fonction de l'expérience.

    Rythme de la mission : 2 semaines de congés toutes les 8 semaines hors du pays de mission.

    Durée du poste : 1 an renouvelable.

    Date de démarrage souhaitée : juillet 2018.


    How to apply:

    Adresser CV+lettre de motivation + 3 dernières références à
    Philippe LE GOFF
    mail :plegoff@chainedelespoir.org

    et Sophie Tran mail : stran@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 30 Jul 2018

    Vacancy Announcement

    Post Title: Project Coordination and Communications Officer

    Location: Bangkok, THAILAND

    Type of Contract: Fixed Term

    Duration: 1 year with renewal

    Project: Japan-ASEAN Integrated Fund (JAIF) project on disaster risk reduction (DRR) by integrating climate change projection into risk assessment

    Background

    Established in 1998, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is an independent think tank and strategic policy research institute that contributes to sustainable development and environmental preservation. The Institute’s mission is to achieve a new paradigm for civilization and conduct innovative policy development and strategic research for environmental measures, reflecting the results of research into political decisions for realising sustainable development both in the Asia-Pacific region and globally. IGES works closely with national governments, local authorities, international organisations, research institutes, businesses, NGOs and local communities on various critical environmental issues including climate change mitigation and adaptation, forest and biodiversity conservation, water resource management, sustainable consumption and production, waste management, integrated policies for sustainable societies and sustainable cities.

    Based in Hayama, Japan, the Institute has a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region, with offices in Bangkok, Beijing, Kansai, Kitakyushu, New Delhi and Tokyo.

    Statement of Intent

    IGES Bangkok Regional Centre (BRC)[1] is currently seeking a qualified candidate for the position of
    Project Coordination and Communications Officer for the ASEAN Project on disaster risk reduction (DRR) by integrating climate change projection into risk assessment supported by Japan-ASEAN Integrated Fund (JAIF). S/he will assist the Programme Manager in overseeing the implementation of the project plan, specifically on the coordination/liaison with ASEAN government agencies and national focal points from the disaster management, natural resources and environment, agriculture and livelihoods, and construction departments.

    The project aims to support/improve the DRR systems in the region; and contribute to the enhancement of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation of the peoples and communities in ASEAN. Activities will be implemented in the region with specific pilot projects and exchange/case visits to selected flood and landslide sites, intended to showcase the integration of climate change considerations into DRR.

    Read more about the previous projecthttps://www.drrandcca.com/

    Duties and Responsibilities

    S/he will work under the guidance and supervision of the Programme Manager to assist the implementation of the ASEAN Project on disaster risk reduction (DRR) by integrating climate change projection into risk assessment on a daily basis as summarized below:

    Key Functions

    • Coordinate with ASEAN government agencies and national focal point for effective delivery of the project;
    • Produce all communications and reports pertaining to project activities including flood and landslide risk assessment field studies and exchange/case visits;
    • Develop internal and external communication/promotional materials for the project.

    Coordination and Liaison

    • Work closely with ASEAN government counterparts of various agencies namely disaster management, natural resources and environment, agriculture and livelihoods, and construction departments in the project provinces and districts to ensure the smooth implementation of the project;
    • Coordinate/liaise with ASEAN government counterparts and national focal points on the submission of annual progress report and work plan on the integrating DRR and CCA;
    • Maintain close liaison with national partners, ensuring optimum participation and promoting ownership of the Government in the implementation of the river basin pilot projects;
    • Provide technical support on development plan formulation, implementation and monitoring including capacity building of relevant government agencies;
    • Provide support to the provincial and district disaster management officers in the implementation of flood and landslide risk assessment, as necessary.**Reporting and Communications**

    • Review, verify and compile national progress report, data and action plan on disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) integration from the 10 ASEAN member countries;

    • Synthesize the ASEAN Regional Report for the ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management, ASEAN Working Group on Climate Change, and ASEAN-Japan Integrated Fund submission;

    • Identify best practices and lessons learnt from country’s progress and activities;

    • Ensure that information and data from the field is captured, documented, analysed and reported in a result-based and timely manner;

    • Prepare reports, including progress and annual reports, as well as ad-hoc technical reports;

    • Produce mission reports, including finance clearance after each mission;

    • Ensure effective communications, visibility and knowledge management.

    Project Monitoring

    • Contribute to the implementation/monitoring plan of the project activities including the field survey of pilot projects and case visits to flood and landslide risk assessments;
    • Facilitate programme monitoring and evaluation, as well as audit activities;
    • Record and maintain documents on relevant project activities, good practices and lessons learnt;
    • Ensure conformity of project disbursement request with procedures, work plane and availability of resources;
    • Assist the project team in preparation of project activities and follow-up actions

    Other Responsibilities

    • Support the river basin pilot project (RBP) team, national project management committee (NPMC) and partners;
    • Assist the project team on internal and external communication and promotional materials in collaboration with the river basin pilot project (RBP) team, national project management committee (NPMC) and partners;
    • Assist the Programme Manager in conducting project activities/meetings.
    • Carry out any other related duties as may be assigned.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Requirements

    • Thai national, with a minimum of 4 years’ of experience in project/programme development and coordination, communication and advocacy, reporting, research;
    • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, social sciences, journalism or related fields;
    • Analytic capacity and demonstrated ability to process, analyse and synthesise complex, technical information/report;
    • Proven ability to produce clear and concise reports, and well versed in the publishing methods
    • Strong computer skills, including use of Microsoft applications;
    • Good advocacy, communication and negotiation skills and ability to work as a team member;
    • Excellent writing, editing and speaking skills in both English and Thai

    Desirables

    • Self-motivated, demonstrate ability to plan and organize work and time independently;
    • Ability to perform work of confidential nature and handle a large volume of work with frequent deadlines;
    • Strong networking capacity and understanding of development work at local and regional scales;

    • Strong diplomatic skills in handling counterpart/ high-level government officials relations;

    • Familiarity with the context of disaster risk reduction, adaptation in the ASEAN region;

    • Experience with international organization, working with ASEAN would be an asset;

    • Experience working in multi-cultural environment and team;

    • Experience in communication and/or new media would be an asset.

    Terms of Employment

    The term of this position is initially offered for one year with possible extension subject to fund availability. A probationary period of 3 months at the beginning of the term of employment will be considered.

    Compensation

    Salary will conform to the IGES Regional Centre’s payment system. Relevant work experience and professional skills will be taken into account. Income tax withholding and other requirements will be compiled with under Thai labour laws.

    **
    Working Conditions**

    Annual paid leave and other holidays will conform to the practice in Thailand and in accordance with the relevant rules observed at IGES Regional Centre under Thai labour laws.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to submit the following to:

    regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp CC keaokiriya@iges.or.jp

    • Letter of Motivation explaining why you are interested in the position
    • Detailed curriculum vitae indicating previous positions, current and expected salary
    • Three professional referees
    • Samples of writing and/or publication,

    Female candidates are encouraged to apply.
    Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for written test and/or interview

    Additional Information

    • This position is open for Thai national only
    • This post is Bangkok-based, with frequent international travels to South East Asian countries
    • Willingness and availability to travel periodically under sometimes adverse conditions.

    Closing Date for Applications is Monday 30th July, midnight Bangkok Time (UTC+7)


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    Organization: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 30 Jul 2018

    Vacancy Announcement

    Post Title: Logistics and Administrative Officer

    Location: Bangkok, THAILAND

    Type of Contract: Fixed Term

    Duration: 1 year with renewal

    Project: Japan-ASEAN Integrated Fund (JAIF) project on disaster risk reduction (DRR) by integrating climate change projection into risk assessment

    Background

    Established in 1998, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is an independent think tank and strategic policy research institute that contributes to sustainable development and environmental preservation. The Institute’s mission is to achieve a new paradigm for civilization and conduct innovative policy development and strategic research for environmental measures, reflecting the results of research into political decisions for realising sustainable development both in the Asia-Pacific region and globally. IGES works closely with national governments, local authorities, international organisations, research institutes, businesses, NGOs and local communities on various critical environmental issues including climate change mitigation and adaptation, forest and biodiversity conservation, water resource management, sustainable consumption and production, waste management, integrated policies for sustainable societies and sustainable cities.

    Based in Hayama, Japan, the Institute has a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region, with offices in Bangkok, Beijing, Kansai, Kitakyushu, New Delhi and Tokyo.

    Statement of Intent

    IGES Bangkok Regional Centre (BRC)[1] is currently seeking a qualified candidate for the position of
    Logistics and Administrative Officer for the ASEAN Project on disaster risk reduction (DRR) by integrating climate change projection into risk assessment supported by Japan-ASEAN Integrated Fund (JAIF). The Logistics and Administrative Officer will be expected to provide support and assistance to ensure smooth and timely operation of the planned activities by working closely with the project management team, project committee and government counterparts of various agencies namely disaster management, natural resources and environment, agriculture and livelihoods, and construction departments.

    The project aims to support/improve the DRR systems in the region; and contribute to the enhancement of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation of the peoples and communities in ASEAN. Activities will be implemented in the region with specific pilot projects and exchange/case visits to selected flood and landslide sites, intended to showcase the integration of climate change considerations into DRR.

    **
    Read more about the previous project **https://www.drrandcca.com/

    Duties and Responsibilities

    S/he will work under the guidance and supervision of the Programme Manager, who will provide general guidance and work plans for identifying work priorities and appropriate approaches.

    • Provide procurement, logistical and administrative support for project activities and events, including field surveys, exchange/study visits for ASEAN government counterparts, regional seminars and national workshops;
    • Initiate procurement procedures for the project, as necessary;
    • Lead travel and logistical arrangements for government counterparts and team members including travel and hotel reservations, preparation of travel authorizations, processing request for visas, daily subsistence allowance (DSA) calculation, as necessary;
    • Facilitate necessary travel documents including advance financial request, invitation letters for the project team and participants;
    • Provide administrative support to contract management processes; maintain databases and roster of suppliers;
    • Review, verify and record all receipts/invoices are correctly filed and are eligible for accountancy;
    • Monitor, update and prepare monthly expenditure report;
    • Carry out any other related duties as may be assigned.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Requirements

    • Thai national, with a minimum of 4 years’ experience in contract management and/or contract administration, procurement, project/programme management support;
    • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in procurement management, business administration, accounting/financial management, development or related fields;
    • Knowledge of project/programme management and procurement cycle with emphasis onresult-based planning, budgeting and accounting;
    • Strong computer skills especially in word-processing and spreadsheets;
    • Good advocacy, communication and negotiation skills and ability to work as a team member;
    • Excellent English proficiency in oral and written communication .

    Desirables

    • Self-motivated, demonstrate ability to plan and organize work and time independently;
    • Ability to perform work of confidential nature and handle a large volume of work with frequent deadlines;
    • Strong networking capacity and understanding of development work at local and regional scales;
    • Skilled at dealing with high-level government officials and organizational representatives;
    • Familiarity with the context of disaster risk reduction, adaptation in the ASEAN region;
    • Experience with international organization, working with ASEAN would be an asset;
    • Practical experience working in multi-cultural environment and team.

    Terms of Employment

    The term of this position is initially offered for one year with possible extension subject to fund availability. A probationary period of 3 months at the beginning of the term of employment will be considered.

    Compensation Salary will conform to the IGES Regional Centre’s payment system. Relevant work experience and professional skills will be taken into account. Income tax withholding and other requirements will be compiled with under Thai labour laws.

    Working Conditions

    Annual paid leave and other holidays will conform to the practice in Thailand and in accordance with the relevant rules observed at IGES Regional Centre under Thai labour laws.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to submit the following to:

    regionalcentre-HR@iges.or.jp CC keaokiriya@iges.or.jp

    • Letter of Motivation explaining why you are interested in the position
    • Detailed curriculum vitae indicating previous positions, current and expected salary
    • Three professional referees Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

    Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for written test and/or interview

    Additional Information

    • This position is open for Thai national only
    • This post is Bangkok-based, with frequent international travels to South East Asian countries
    • Willingness and availability to travel periodically under sometimes adverse conditions.

    Closing Date for Applications is Monday 30th July, midnight Bangkok Time (UTC+7).


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: France
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

    Fondée en 1994, La Chaîne de l’Espoir intervient dans plus de vingt-cinq pays pour offrir un accès aux soins et à l’éducation aux enfants démunis.

    Dans le domaine de la santé, l’action se divise en trois volets : les soins en France (100 enfants opérés chaque année), les missions de formation à l’étranger (100 missions médicales chaque année pour assurer un transfert de compétences aux équipes soignantes locales), les projets hospitaliers (appui à un projet de construction d’établissement ou de service hospitalier : projet médical, infrastructure, équipement, achat et logistique, organigramme, organisation des services, recrutement des RH et formation, business plan, aspects juridiques).

    Dans le domaine de l’éducation, elle favorise l’accès à l’éducation d’enfants parmi les plus vulnérables, et développe des programmes d’aide à une scolarisation de qualité.

    L’association organise plus d’une centaine de missions chaque année, missions médicales, missions de coordination de projets, missions plus techniques ou politiques.

    Dans ce cadre l’association recrute son (sa) chargé(e) de voyages.

    Principales activités

    1. Gestion des déplacements des missionnaires

    · Gère les réservations de billets d’avion (parfois de trains) destinés au transport des missionnaires de La Chaîne de l’Espoir, en France et à l’étranger.

    · Assure la gestion des demandes de visas pour toutes les missions de La Chaîne de l’Espoir.

    · Assure les réservations d’hôtels en France et à l’étranger pour toutes les missions de La Chaîne de l’Espoir.

    · Garantit, avant chaque départ en mission, l’octroi des indemnités de déplacement (Per Diem) auprès des collaborateurs de La Chaîne de l’Espoir.

    · Se charge de l’édition du carnet de voyage destiné à chaque collaborateur en déplacement en France comme à l’étranger.

    · Assure le lien entre les coordonnateurs de programmes et les correspondants locaux afin d’assurer une information permanente sur le déroulement des missions.

    · Réalise la mise à jour permanente du tableau reprenant l’ensemble des missions en cours ou prévisionnelles de La Chaîne de l’Espoir.

    · Réalise un tableau de suivi statistiques des frais liés aux déplacements aériens afin d’optimiser le budget destiné à ce poste.

    1. Acheminement des enfants opérés en France

    · Assure, dans le cadre de l’accueil des enfants opérés en France, l’intégralité des opérations administratives et logistiques depuis leur acheminement initial, jusqu’à leur retour dans leur pays d’origine.

    · Assure, dans ce cadre, l’information en temps réel de l’ensemble des antennes de La Chaîne de l’Espoir, afin de permettre une coordination efficace entre les différents intervenants prenant en charge les enfants.

    · Assure le lien constant avec les partenaires institutionnels et privés de La Chaîne de l’Espoir, dans le cadre des actions liées à son périmètre d’activité. (Consulats / Ambassades / ASF etc.)

    Ville : Paris 15ème

    Expériences / Formation du candidat :

    · Expérience de 3 ans minimum sur des achats diversifiés et /ou dans le domaine des voyages et déplacements

    · Formation supérieure bac+3 minimum

    Langues parlées : Anglais courant indispensable

    Qualités du candidat :

    · Autonomie, rigueur, capacité à gérer les priorités, capacité à gérer le stress, réactivité.

    · Très bon relationnel, souplesse de caractère, sens du service.

    · Capacité de négociation.

    · Disponibilité pour des horaires parfois décalés.

    · Maîtrise du pack office.

    · Connaissance de la géographie internationale.

    · Goût pour le travail associatif et intérêt pour les causes défendues par l’association.

    Contrat : CDD de 6 à 12 mois


    How to apply:

    Adresser CV + lettre de Motivation à :

    Thomas MOUGEL : tmougel@chainedelespoir.org

    Philippe LE GOFF : plegoff@chainedelespoir.org


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Senegal
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

    DESCRIPTION

    Le Centre cardio-pédiatrique CUOMO (CCPC) destiné à prendre en charge, dans des conditions d’excellence, des enfants sénégalais et de la sous-région souffrant de pathologies cardiaques, a été ouvert au sein du CHNU de Fann à Dakar en Janvier 2017. Il offre une prise en charge médicale et chirurgicale pour les enfants atteints de pathologies cardiaques de tous ordres. Un Pavillon des Enfants à destination des enfants les plus démunis du Sénégal et des enfants en provenance de la sous-région, assure un hébergement durant les phases pré et post-opératoires.

    Ce centre est piloté par un Chef de projet sous la direction des trois partenaires du projet que sont le CHNU Fann, la Fondation CUOMO (Monaco) et La Chaîne de l’Espoir (France).

    Le Responsable Logistique et Approvisionnement sera basé à Dakar, sous la responsabilité du Chef de projet et aura pour objectif principal de planifier, coordonner et effectuer le suivi de toutes les activités liées à la logistique et l’approvisionnement dans le Centre Cardio-Pédiatrique Cuomo (CCPC), sous la supervision du Chef de projet.

    RESPONSABILITÉS

    o Définir, sous la supervision du Chef de projet et effectuer le suivi des activités de logistique du Centre Cardio-Pédiatrique Cuomo, de concert avec les équipes du CCPC et les autres responsables de services du CHNU Fann afin d’identifier et donner réponse aux besoins des activités du CCPC ;

    o Superviser quotidiennement la mise en œuvre des activités logistiques/techniques du CCPC (construction, stock et approvisionnement en matériel médical et non médical, transport, communication et IT, eau et assainissement, équipement/installation et infrastructures, etc.) et rendre compte au Chef de projet;

    o Être responsable, sous la supervision du Chef de projet, que ce soit lors de leur création, installation, entretien ou mise à niveau, de la mise en œuvre et du bon fonctionnement des installations et équipements hospitaliers (à savoir bâtiments, énergie, EHA, matériels médicaux ou non, communication, chaîne du froid, équipement bio médical, etc.);

    o Définir la stratégie d’approvisionnement du CCPC en collaboration avec le Chef de projet et des partenaires en fonction du contexte et des besoins opérationnels, en assurer la mise en œuvre, le suivi et l’évaluation;

    o Faire le suivi des différents processus d’approvisionnement ainsi que de l’usage des différents outils et de la bonne application des procédures d’approvisionnement, et procéder aux ajustements nécessaires;

    o Organiser les systèmes d’approvisionnement et d’entreposage;

    o Valider l’utilisation des tiers impliqués dans l’approvisionnement (fournisseurs, entreprises de transport, transitaires, etc.) en coopération avec les référents techniques des partenaires le cas échéant;

    o Mettre en œuvre toutes les activités liées à l’administration de la logistique (commandes, assurances, contrats, etc.);

    o Participer à la planification en collaboration avec le Chef de projet et le Coordonnateur du CCPC, et mettre en œuvre les processus liés aux RH (recrutement, formation, évaluation, détection de potentiel, développement et communication) du personnel logistique/approvisionnement du projet en vue d’assurer l’évaluation et la quantité de connaissances requises pour effectuer correctement toutes les activités de logistique;

    o Assurer la référence technique de tous les problèmes logistique/technique du projet et offrir un encadrement au personnel de logistique/approvisionnement sous sa responsabilité;

    o Participer aux rapports et aux réunions hebdomadaires

    Ville

    DAKAR

    Expériences / Formation du candidat

    FORMATION

    Le diplôme d’études secondaires est essentiel ainsi qu’un diplôme technique ou un diplôme technique universitaire

    EXPÉRIENCE

    Doit posséder au moins cinq ans d’expérience de travail en logistique/approvisionnement liée aux activités. Une expérience précédente avec une ONG est nécessaire, tout comme une expérience de travail dans les pays en développement.

    Langues parlées

    La maîtrise du français à l’oral et à l’écrit est essentielle, la langue locale est souhaitable

    Qualité du candidat

    COMPÉTENCES

    o Management d’équipe

    o Souplesse de comportement

    o Résultats et sens de la qualité

    o Travail d’équipe et coopération

    INFORMATIQUE

    Bonnes connaissances en informatique

    Fonctions

    Autre

    Activités

    Santé

    Pays

    Afrique, Sénégal

    Contrat

    Contrat local

    Durée du contrat

    CDD renouvelable

    Salaire / Indemnité

    En fonction de la formation et de l’expérience


    How to apply:

    Documents à envoyer

    CV + Lettre de motivation

    Nom de la personne contact

    Laurianne THIAM

    Chef de projet Centre Cardio-Pédiatrique Cuomo

    Email de la personne contact

    recrutement.ccpc@gmail.com


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    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Senegal
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

    Description

    Le Centre cardio-pédiatrique CUOMO (CCPC) destiné à prendre en charge, dans des conditions d’excellence, des enfants sénégalais et de la sous-région souffrant de pathologies cardiaques, a été ouvert au sein du CHNU de Fann à Dakar en Janvier 2017. Il offre une prise en charge médicale et chirurgicale pour les enfants atteints de pathologies cardiaques de tous ordres. Un Pavillon des Enfants à destination des enfants les plus démunis du Sénégal et des enfants en provenance de la sous-région, assure un hébergement durant les phases pré et post-opératoires.

    Ce centre est piloté par un Chef de projet sous la direction des trois partenaires du projet que sont le CHNU Fann, la Fondation CUOMO (Monaco) et La Chaîne de l’Espoir (France).

    Le Responsable Administration et Finance sera basé à Dakar, sous la responsabilité du Chef de projet et aura pour objectifs principaux :

    Planifier, coordonner et superviser la gestion financière projet et l’administration financière projet du CCPC (budget, comptabilité, trésorerie, rapports, liaisons avec les donateurs, audits locaux, procédures d’audit, obligations financières et administratives, etc) sous la supervision du Chef de projet, en collaboration étroite avec les services du CHU Fann.

    Définir, adapter, planifier et superviser la mise en œuvre des procédures en matière de ressources humaines du CCPC, en s’assurant qu’elles respectent la politique du CHU Fann

    Responsabilités

    o Sous la supervision du Chef de projet, appuyer la production et la coordonner le budget annuel du projet de la façon la plus précise et la plus réaliste, avec les détenteurs de budget et suivant le plan opérationnel annuel, mettre à jour le budget tout au long du cycle budgétaire, s’assurer que le budget est approprié et proportionné, anticiper les changements et les défis et planifier en conséquence.

    o Faire le suivi des dépenses par rapport au budget de manière régulière, analyser les écarts et proposer des mesures correctrices au Chef de projet.

    o Produire des indicateurs réguliers et appropriés permettant de mesurer la situation financière du projet, produire des analyses de coûts pertinentes et les diffuser après validation du Chef de projet.

    o S’adapter au contexte juridique du CCPC pour élaborer des procédures et des outils permettant d’optimiser la gestion des ressources financières du projet en collaboration avec les services du CHU Fann.

    o Mettre en œuvre la stratégie de financement du projet, telle qu’elle a été définie par le Chef de projet en coopération avec les partenaires. Sous la supervision du Chef de projet, gérer les accords de financement avec les donateurs et en particulier:

    o coordonner et préparer les propositions pour les donateurs;

    o préparer les rapports financiers destinés aux donateurs;

    o faire le suivi des contrats avec les donateurs et évaluer le besoin d’avenants, vérifier les rapports financiers;

    o Former et encadrer le personnel financier du projet sur tous les points relatifs à la comptabilité, aux finances et au budget; sensibiliser les détenteurs de budget et les gestionnaires concernés aux risques financiers et à leurs responsabilités financières.

    o Évaluer les risques financiers du projet et proposer des mesures correctrices, s’assurer de la mise en place de systèmes de contrôles internes fiables et du respect de la déontologie financière au sein du projet

    o Superviser les contrats de service du projet, rédiger et vérifier les contrats et les ententes par rapport au cadre juridique en cours, obtenir des avis juridiques au besoin.

    o Assumer la responsabilité, coordonner et s’assurer d’une gestion de trésorerie qui permette le bon déroulement des opérations et garder le plus grand contrôle possible sur les risques de sécurité.

    o Définir le niveau minimal de l’encaisse,

    o Anticiper les dépenses prévues,

    o Gérer le compte bancaire et les transferts de fonds entre les partenaires et le projet,

    o Gérer les relations avec la banques,

    o Faire le suivi du paiement des fournisseur,

    o Coordonner et superviser l’exécution d’audits locaux en collaboration avec le Chef de projet,

    o Sous la supervision du Chef de projet, coordonner la clôture mensuelle des comptes avec l’objectif que l’état financier reflète bien la situation financière du projet.

    o Proposer une structure organisationnelle appropriée pour le projet, afin de s’assurer de respecter toutes les obligations financiers tout en réduisant les risques.

    o Proposer, en collaboration avec les services du CHU Fann des procédures RH et des processus connexes (recrutement, formation, briefing/débriefing, évaluation de performance, perfectionnement professionnel du personnel et communication interne) afin de s’assurer de disposer à la fois du nombre de personnes et de la somme des connaissances nécessaires pour les activités.

    o Responsable de la collecte des informations sur les ressources et d’en tirer un budget.

    Proposer des organigrammes et les descriptifs de postes. Planifier les besoins opérationnels et budgétaires des RH afin de s’assurer de disposer à la fois des ressources humaines et des capacités pour le projet.

    Expériences / Formation du candidat

    FORMATION

    Diplôme universitaire, de préférence en économie, en finances ou en gestion des RH

    Bonnes connaissance en informatique

    EXPÉRIENCE

    Doit posséder au moins cinq ans d’expérience de travail en RH/Administration/Finances liée aux activités. Une expérience précédente avec une ONG est souhaitable, tout comme une expérience de travail dans les pays en développement.

    Langues parlées

    La maîtrise du français à l’oral et à l’écrit est essentielle, la langue locale est souhaitable

    Qualité du candidat

    o Management d’équipe

    o Planification et organisation

    o Résultats et sens de la qualité

    o Travail d’équipe et coopération

    Fonctions

    Organisation, Administration

    Activités

    Santé

    Contrat

    Contrat local

    Durée du contrat

    CDD renouvelable

    Salaire / Indemnité

    En fonction de la formation et de l’expérience


    How to apply:

    Documents à envoyer

    CV + lettre de motivation

    Nom de la personne contact : Laurianne THIAM

    Chef de projet Centre Cardio-Pédiatrique Cuomo

    Email de la personne contact

    recrutement.ccpc@gmail.com


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