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    Organization: CTG Global
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 10 Dec 2014

    PositionHuman Resource Management and Recruitment SpecialistPlace of Performance Mogadishu, Somalia (with travel to Nairobi)Contract Duration approximately 4 months, possibly extendable to 6 monthsStarting Date

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG Global is a managed service company specializing in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, Human Resources support services and Monitoring & Evaluation in post disaster and post conflict countries around the world.

    CTG Global provides services to humanitarian organizations, government, non-governmental organizations and corporates that enables public and private sectors to focus on their core business and the achievement of their objectives in hostile and threatening environments as we provide a safe and secure environment for them to do so and alleviate them of their risks, crisis and personnel management problems.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    Under the Somali Compact of September 2013, the Government has established a Government Flagship Programme to build core public sector capacities. This is supported by our client, UNDP and other development partners through the Somalia Development and Reconstruction Facility.

    A key element of this program is the creation of a Capacity Injection Mechanism (CIM) under which key civil service posts in crucial government institutions will be identified and filled through open competition by suitable, long-term civil service appointees. The intention is to strengthen the government's capacity to deliver its key programs by creating a cadre of high-quality civil servants.

    The Capacity Injection Mechanism is made necessary by the urgent change management needs of the government, and will require a substantial volume of work that needs to be performed at speed. The CIM function is to be integrated into the National Civil Service Commission (NCSC). It is intended to engage the services of a firm to provide administrative and technical services to support the CIM functions within the NCSC.

    Prior to the engagement of the firm, our client wishes to engage a Human Resource Management and Recruitment consultant to advise and assist the start-up phase of the recruitment, selection and human resource management aspects of the CIM into the NCSC. The assignment is likely to last for four months but, depending on the procurement process for the HR form, could last for up to 6. Because this assignment will be a start-up operation, the consultant will help to put in place the operational procedures of the the CIM and support fast-track recruitment of critical positions. The consultant will have to show a considerable degree of flexibility and adaptability when approaching this assignment.

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    The HRM and Recruitment Specialist will assist and advise the Director General of the NCSC and the CIM Oversight Committee in a wide range of start-up activities that will include but not be limited to the following:

    · Advise and Assist in the recruitment of a senior level Director to be responsible for implementing CIM strategies.

    · Review and improve NCSC recruitment, selection and placement practices in line with CIM merit based recruitment policy, principles and processes.

    · Establishment of an effective outreach programme and advertising system to identify suitable CIM candidates.

    · Identify, develop and implement recruitment solutions for urgent positions in the Civil Service Commission and across key Ministries.

    · Assist newly recruited NCSC Directors to recruit for urgent positions in their respective teams with a focus on positions for implementation of the CIM;

    · Implement office procedures and transparent contracting processes to support merit based recruitment and selection, including as necessary the development of an operational manual and templates for key work processes

    · Support NCSC senior management in developing working relationships with members of staff in key Ministries and other public sector organizations that participate in the Flagship Programme.

    · Assist and advise the Director General on the strengthening of the NCSC functional areas of recruitment, training and development, and performance management, to support CIM objectives and strategies.

    · Give ad hoc advice to the government on developing an effective approach to civil service training.

    · Give advice on the preparatory measure necessary to set up a ‘graduate talent management scheme’ under which graduates will be brought into ministries as interns, to receive special training and work experience opportunities, with a view to creating in the medium term a new civil service management cadre.

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education

    · Advanced tertiary qualification from a recognized university in human resource management, organizational development, business or public administration, or related area

    Work Experience

    · 8 years effectively managing the human resource and recruitment function and staff of an organization.

    · Knowledge and experience managing on a broad range of HR and organizational issues including training, performance management, job design, employee relations, and change management.

    · Experience in providing HRM advice to government institutions in developing countries.

    Key Competencies

    · Proven ability to manage change in a complex and challenging work environment.

    · Highly developed interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to build effective relationships and communicate with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.

    · Demonstrated public sector experience and a hands-on, practical approach.

    · Knowledge and experience on consultant recruitment guidelines and the Somali context is an advantage.


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their CV along with their application letter via e-mail to careers@ctgglobal.com with reference to “BHJOB2678_653” in the subject line. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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    Organization: Danish Demining Group
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 27 Nov 2014

    Background

    Danish Deming Group (DDG) is a department under Danish Refugee Council (DRC). Danish Demining Group’s (DDG) mandate is to recreate a safe environment where people are free from the threat of landmines, explosive remnants of war and small arms and light weapons. DDG has operated in Somaliland since 1999 and in South Central Somalia since 2007 clearing mines and other explosive remnants of war. The organisation now implements an armed violence reduction (AVR) programme which includes the following types of activities: participatory community and district-level safety projects, community driven development, conflict prevention and management, community-police relationship building, mine risk education, explosive ordnance disposal, firearms safety education, physical security and stockpile management of firearms, and support to the review of policy and legislation on small arms and light weapons.

    Purpose

    The Country Human Resource/Admin Coordinator is responsible for technical aspects of office management of DDG Offices in Somalia and Somaliland, ensuring timely support, rules and regulation and generally that staff understands internal regulation as well as disciplines and respect as a practice in the Office. The DDG Admin/HR Department is responsible for all Administration and Human Resource functions in Somalia and Somaliland, including managing Office supplies, local recruitment, Liaising with the local Administration such as Labor Office, raising awareness on policy issues and ensuring policies are followed. The DDG Administration and Human Resource Department ensures compliance with Offices rules and regulation as well as Government laws Governing local laws and procedures; In its role as a support to the Program Department, the Administration and Human Resource Department provides timely reports and assistance to the Head of Support and Senior Management Team (SMT) to ensure that Administration and Human Resource are used efficiently and effectively.

    Responsibilities

    1.Coordinating and ensuring staff completes timesheets accurately and submits on time. Working closely with Finance in DDG offices in Somalia and Nairobi to ensure that timesheets are reported and any missing timesheet is reported and followed up through the Area Manager accordingly.

    2.Responsible for ensuring the sign in and out procedure is followed, meanwhile, at the end of the month, printing, verifying that staff are coming to work as per the HR Manual guideline while advice key findings to the Head of Support and Senior Management

    3.Coordinating all the training for Somalia with the Head of Support and Nairobi respectively. Ensuring updated list of staff who have attended training including the period, cost and location of the training. For HEIST training, making sure that you have list of staff that are waiting to go for HEIST training.

    4.Training of Area Admin/HR Officers on how to plan and track monthly support cost for Office supplies, rental, trainings and others. Providing area updated support cost details to the Head of Support on monthly basis. Working with Finance Managers to ensure those HR/Admin departments Budget are up-to-date.

    5.Compilation of country leave plans, leave database and working with the Area HR/Admin to provide frequent update.

    6.Manage and oversee key performance indicator (KPI) for HR/Admin in the country while reporting quarterly to Head of Support and Regional office respectively.

    7.Perform HR/Admin internal audits and reviews as required to ensure compliance with DDG and donor requirements on HR related. This includes ensuring personnel files checklist; ensure staffs are working with valid contract etc

    8.Work with Area HR/Admin Officers to rollout appropriate local insurance; reporting of accidents and ensuring that staffs are aware on insurance policies, procedures etc.

    9.Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to DDG and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission.

    10.Ensure that each Area Office has proper tracking and established and appropriate filing systems for office correspondence for official correspondence from Government and other stakeholders.

    11.Ensure that the office is run in a professional and responsible manner including, having and discussing clear roles and responsibilities of Area Admin/HR Officers, working with Area Managers to have updated job description of Admin/HR Officers, frequent feedback on Admin/HR performance.

    12.Monthly report on rental including budgetary plans indicating gaps are sent to the Country Finance Officer.

    13.Work closely with DRC and NSP in coordination of all HR/Admin related tasks.

    14.Any other duties assigned by Head of Support and SMT.

    Accountability

    Guided by the DRC Programme Handbook, continuously monitor and develop relevant accountability initiatives in the Human Resources and Administration in DDG Somalia.

    ReportingArrangements

    The post holder reports to the Head of Support, DDG Somalia

    Qualifications

    · University Degree, preferably Master’s, in Human Resources Management, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field.

    · Minimum of five (5) years working experience at an international level with humanitarian international NGOs or operational UN agencies

    · Proven experience in Human Resources management in INGOs, including experience in training, planning and knowledge and familiarity with Somalia and Somaliland

    · Fluency in English and Somali is compulsory

    · High degree of computer literacy

    Conditions

    Duty station: Garowe, Somalia with frequent travel to other areas in Somalia/Somaliland.

    Start date: 1st January 2014


    How to apply:

    Application and CV

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit an updated CV (no longer than four pages) and cover letter explaining their motivation and why they are suited for the post. Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications sent together with a CV, in English and marked “Country Human Resource and Administration officer, Somaliland & Somalia,DDG Somalia”

    We only accept applications sent to: support@ddgsom.org by the 27th Nov 2014.


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    Organization: Danish Demining Group
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 26 Nov 2014

    Background

    Danish Deming Group (DDG) is a department under Danish Refugee Council (DRC). Danish Demining Group’s (DDG) mandate is to recreate a safe environment where people are free from the threat of landmines, explosive remnants of war and small arms and light weapons. DDG has operated in Somaliland since 1999 and in South Central Somalia since 2007 clearing mines and other explosive remnants of war. The organisation now implements an armed violence reduction (AVR) programme which includes the following types of activities: participatory community and district-level safety projects, community driven development, conflict prevention and management, community-police relationship building, mine risk education, explosive ordnance disposal, firearms safety education, physical security and stockpile management of firearms, and support to the review of policy and legislation on small arms and light weapons.

    Purpose

    The DDG Logistics Department in Garowe is responsible for all Logistical functions in Puntland with sub-offices in ELY, Golgobob, Qardo and main Office in Garowe. The Logistics and Procurement Assistant supports the Logistics and Procurement Officer to manage procurement; Fleet, warehousing, Asset and ensuring procedures and compliance issues are followed. The DDG Logistics Department in Puntland ensures donor and DDG compliance as well as Government laws Governing local laws in tendering etc and procedures are followed; The Logistics Department provides timely assistance to the Program team in Ely, Garowe and Golgodob to ensure that Program implementation is effective and cost efficient.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

    Logistics:

    · Ensure timely transmission of logistics monitoring information, stock levels and distribution status to the Logistics officer and develop key performance indicators by which localized logistics contracts can be managed.

    · Ensure weekly and Monthly logistics report (such as fleet Management, Procurement tracking report, Inventory Updates, Warehouse reports etc) are generated and is shared with the relevant stakeholders in Puntland.

    Procurement:

    · Carryout procurement activities and work relating to procurement and supply for the Puntland including supporting staff on the issue of specifications, quotes, ordering, packaging, storage and transportation of supplies.

    · Liaise with the program team to ensure timely processing of procurement requests and delivery of the same to the required destinations following the laid down procedures and donor regulations.

    · Ensure proper understanding and adherence to donor and DRC rules and regulations in Puntland and that all procurement documents are timely completed, have complete and accurate support documentation and are appropriately filed.

    · Ensure proper storage as per the guidelines

    Stock management

    • Ensure that program staff carries out close inspection of Project items and materials delivered to the stores, to ensure that they are at the right quantity and quality and monthly stock updates is circulated throughout the staff.
    • Ensure that unified warehouse documents are used throughout Puntland offices and that Sub-offices gets training on receiving and dispatching goods
    • Conduct periodic stock checks and prepares monthly stock reports where defects and loses and captured and shared with the relevant staff/management.

    Inventory Management:

    • Reads and has a clear understanding of the DDG Asset management manual and all related procedures; and properly handle DDG assets and inventory in Puntland.
    • Ensures that asset movement is logged into the DDG asset documents (asset transfer) and ensure records are filed and available in each area office in Puntland.
    • Ensure proper filling and update of the inventory spread sheet so that it can be share with donors and stakeholders.
    • Ensure that DDG asset is properly and uniformly tagged and coded and that asset verification exercise takes place at least twice a year in each location.

    Reporting Arrangements

    The Logistics Assistant reports to Logistics and Procurement Officer

    Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability committments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html)

    Professional qualifications

    · Degree or Diploma in Business Administration or Purchasing and Supplies. Diploma Level preferable from Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS, UK) with at least 2-years work experience in relevant field will be considered

    · High integrity, pro-active, stable, robust character and a good team-player

    · Excellent communication skills

    · Excellent analytical and negotiation skills.

    · Substantial within carrying out actual procurement

    · Experience in working in NGOs

    · Proven commitment to accountability practices.

    · Proven ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines and work with limited supervision

    · Knowledge of computers: word processing, database management packages.

    · Knowledge of English language and the local working language of the duty station is a requirement.

    Conditions

    Duty station: Garowe, Somalia travel to other areas in Puntland is required

    Start date: 1st January 2014


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit an updated CV (no longer than four pages) and cover letter explaining their motivation and why they are suited for the post. Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications sent together with a CV, in English and marked “Logistics and Procurement Assistant, Garowe - Puntland,DDG Somalia”

    We only accept applications sent to: soffpunt@ddgsomalia.orgby the 26th Nov 2014.


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  • 11/19/14--23:01: Somalia: Special Assistant
  • Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 10 Dec 2014

    TERMS OF REFERENCE

    PositionSpecial Assistant**Place of Performance** Mogadishu, Somalia**Contract Duration** 06 Months**Starting Date** ASAP

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG Global is a managed service company specializing in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, Human Resources support services and Monitoring & Evaluation in post disaster and post conflict countries around the world.

    CTG Global provides services to UN agencies, humanitarian organizations, government, non-governmental organizations and corporates that enables public and private sectors to focus on their core business and the achievement of their objectives in hostile and threatening environments as we provide a safe and secure environment for them to do so and alleviate them of their risks, crisis and personnel management problems.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    The Mine Action Cluster (MAC), within the Global Partner Services Office (GPSO), is a principal service provider to the United Nations, governments of mine-affected countries and other partners. The Mine Action Cluster was established in 1997. Based in New York, it has helped partners to significantly improve the lives of people in more than 30 countries across the world. The Mine Action Cluster supports emergency, post-conflict and peacekeeping operations. It delivers fast procurement, recruitment and management services to facilitate humanitarian aid and launch emergency mine clearance. The cluster is responsible for administration, as well as providing support and overseeing the day-to-day management of the project field offices, in line with the partners’ requirements and our client’s rules and regulations. It is headed by the Cluster Chief who has overall authority and accountability for the performance of the Mine Action Cluster on behalf of its partners.

    The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) draws upon the services of our client to support explosive hazard management activities, and work with the Somali Security Sector on institution-building. As part of UNSOA and UNSOM, the programme supports the objectives of the African Union and the UN political mission in Somalia. Regarding the latter, UNMAS is a component of the Rule of Law and Security Institutions Group (ROLSIG), with daily interaction on security sector and political operations. This position will support the relationship with UNSOM ROLSIG.

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    Research, analyse and report on relevant information to the Director of UNSOM ROLSIG. He/she will monitor and update on security and safety matters related to day-to-day and broader operations, ensuring that the Director is aware of broad based UN policy and strategy, and able to integrate these strategic directives into operations.

    He/she will be responsible for the following duties: Analyses information contained in communications and publications received from different sources, including the press; maintains up-to-date knowledge of events relating to the remit of the office in a specified area or subject matter;

    Prepares minutes, reports, briefing notes, background papers and talking points for meetings and other events;

    · Prepares summaries, correspondence, notes, memoranda, and drafts a variety of correspondence;

    · Prepares responses to queries on behalf of the Director and edit and ensure the quality of outgoing documents submitted for the Director's review and approval;

    · Responds to requests for information (verbal and written) from a range of sources with respect to operational issues;

    · Creates systems to track project progress and provides up to date information on the functioning of the Division, bring problems and issues to the attention of the Director and assist in formulating options and solutions to address them;

    · Ensure the schedule of the Director is organized and relevant documentation is prepared efficiently and in a timely manner;

    · Attends meetings and prepare minutes, as required;

    · Participates in field visits, as required;

    · Performs other related duties, as required.

    Monitoring and Progress Controls

    Final Product

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education

    · Advanced University Degree (Master’s Degree or equivalent) in the field of international relations, political science, public policy or related field; or

    · First level university degree combined with relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree

    Work Experience

    · At least 2 years of progressively responsible experience in policy analysis and/or Programme support, including specialist support for a Senior manager;

    · Experience in complex humanitarian and/or development programmes in one or more countries, preferably with a humanitarian agency, Fund or Programme;

    · Knowledge of the humanitarian system and familiarity with our client’s procedures is highly desirable;

    Language

    · Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

    · Basic knowledge of French would be an advantage

    Key Competencies

    · Leadership - Proven supervisory ability and/or technical leadership; Ability to maintain effective working relations both as a team member and team leader;

    · Teamwork– Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity;

    · Planning & Organization - Ability to manage, organize, plan and implement work assignments, juggle competing demands and work under pressure of frequent and tight deadlines;

    · Judgment - Demonstrated ability to apply good judgment and decision making skills;

    · Communications– Strong spoken and written communication skills including excellent drafting skills;

    · Problem Solving– Strong analytical and problem solving skills and ability to handle a range of management and coordination issues;

    · Commitment to Continuous Learning– Willingness to keep abreast of new developments. Technology Awareness – Solid computer skills, including proficiency in word processing and spreadsheets;

    · Interpersonal Skills Good interpersonal skills and ability to gain assistance of others in a team endeavour;


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their CV along with their application letter via e-mail tocareers@ctgglobal.com with reference to “BHJOB2678_543” in the subject line. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview


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    Organization: CTG Global
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 20 Dec 2014

    PositionInfrastructure Technical AdvisorPlace of Performance Mogadishu, SomaliaContract Duration 06 MonthsStarting Date

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG Global is a managed service company specializing in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, Human Resources support services and Monitoring & Evaluation in post disaster and post conflict countries around the world.

    CTG Global provides services to humanitarian organizations, government, non-governmental organizations and corporates that enables public and private sectors to focus on their core business and the achievement of their objectives in hostile and threatening environments as we provide a safe and secure environment for them to do so and alleviate them of their risks, crisis and personnel management problems.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    The Federal Government of Somalia was formally instituted on 10 September, 2012. Since that time and despite progress, the political and security context, particularly at the sub-national levels across South-Central Somalia, has remained volatile. Federalism, clan dynamics, historical rivalries, new contests over power and resources, as well as ongoing military operations against extremist group Al Shabaab continue to undermine local and regional stability.

    The international community’s contributions to political, development and security assistance in Somalia were brought together under the New Deal framework, endorsed at the Brussels conference on September 7, 2013. The framework sets out 5 Peace and Statebuilding goals (thematic areas) against which all international efforts are to be aligned, coordinated by the FGS, UN and donor steering groups.

    Following the November 2013 United Nations Security Council Resolution 2124, AMISOM launched Operation Eagle to defeat the last remnants of Al Shabaab inside Somalia. Following this, the Ministry of Interior & Federalism launched its National Stabilisation Plan to quickly provide administrations in 25 areas to bring Government authority to communities living in those areas. In addition to this, the previously prolonged conflict has also left communities with displacement, generated grievances over occupied lands, small arms proliferation and warlordism. It has created a breakdown of social norms and authority, and erosion of the social contract between the state and citizen, thus a restoration of public order and rule of law is desperately needed. Statebuilding however, essentially needs to start at the grass roots level through restoration of peace and enjoyment of peace dividends by the population through government led basic social service.

    Infrastructure projects can contribute in the process of peace and state-building, by assisting in erasing the visible scars and signs of conflict, providing citizens with a healthier environment, as well as promoting reconciliation and generating income.

    To this aim, the Ministry of Public Works in Somalia is a key institution. The development and rehabilitation of key infrastructure in Somalia can be the catalyst for capacity development among the general population as well as within the government, employment generation, effective service delivery, institutional strengthening, good governance and overall economic improvement. After more than two decades of conflict the infrastructure needs in Somalia are considerable. An effective Ministry of Public Works through a structured approach to infrastructure development can contribute greatly to building long-term resilience, sustainable peace and stability, and significantly improve the

    livelihoods of people. The Ministry needs to work closely with other key Government institutions, primarily the Ministries of Finance and Planning to target infrastructure investments in a balanced and conflict sensitive manner.

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    The role of the Infrastructure Technical Adviser will be placed within the Ministry of Public Works in Mogadishu is to initiate capacity development of the Ministry of Public Works in developing conflict sensitive infrastructure projects, at the same time spearheading the development of 2-3 immediate projects.

    Duties and responsibilities:

    · Strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Public Works, through establishing the operating modalities and operational capacity within the Ministry. (this would be a phased approach that involves building a national/diaspora and international team to support the Ministry both from within and through targeted strategic and operational advice)

    · Develop and deliver a first set of highly visible projects, with a particular focus on medium-size infrastructure related to creating an environment where signs of conflict are erased.

    · Provide input into relevant institutional policy, regulatory and strategic frameworks and technical input and support for the development of infrastructure technical standards, specifications and quality assurance mechanisms.

    · Ensure a conflict sensitive approach to infrastructure development. This will entail both a socio-economically evidence based prioritisation process and a balanced operations plan.

    · Promote labour-based approaches as appropriate and feasible, and help develop regulation that ensures adequate local participation in the infrastructure reconstruction process.

    · Support development of construction related skills development and apprenticeship programmes to maximise sustainable engagement of the young segment of the population.

    · Coordinate between the various stakeholders involved in infrastructure development and planning including the UN Agencies, development partners, Ministries, districts and local communities ensuring collaboration and consensus.

    · Provide technical recommendations and advice to the relevant stakeholders involved in the implementation of infrastructure projects, as to how technical and management issues hindering the flow of work can be eliminated

    · Advise partners on all aspects of construction management including labour management, occupational safety and health, labour based methods, inventory management and safe keeping and maintenance equipment.

    · Conduct advocacy and knowledge building and play and active role in promoting employment intensive approaches and rights to work.

    · Collate best practices and experiences of the programmes and other relevant works, sharing information with development partners and government counterparts.

    · Promote information sharing and provide feedback into the wider infrastructure planning and delivery.

    Line Management and Reporting

    The post will be working within the Ministry of Public works, direct supervision still to be determined.

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education

    · A degree in civil engineering with a strong background in public works delivery at the local level. An Additional qualification in project management, local government procurement is an asset

    Work Experience

    · At least 20 years of experience in engineering, construction or public works.

    · Work experience in fragile or post conflict states is an advantage

    · A proven leadership and managerial capability in the context of collaboration with administrative structures of developing countries

    · Willingness to travel to volatile locations.

    · Should have worked with multiple stakeholders (public/private/UN) in conflict and post conflict settings

    · Should have experience in strategic planning and large complex operations management

    Key Competencies

    ·


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their CV along with their application letter via e-mail to careers@ctgglobal.com with reference to “BHJOB2678_668” in the subject line. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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    Organization: Adeso
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 05 Dec 2014

    ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND

    Adeso is an expanding and vibrant African based international development and humanitarian organization. At Adeso, we work with African communities who are yet to realize their full potential; working inside these communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive. Our belief that economic, social and environmental security is the bedrock of a healthy community drives the nature and intent of our programming. We work to prevent and overcome situations that adversely affect community well-being by: reinvigorating the economy, developing skills for life and work, providing humanitarian aid, and influencing policy.

    For the past 20 years we have strengthened rural livelihoods through environmental awareness, training, technology transfer and innovative humanitarian projects in pursuit of a peaceful, self-reliant, and greener future.

    PROJECT SUMMARY

    Adeso is currently implementing WASH project for vulnerable communities in Lower Juba. The overall objective (Goal) of the project is to improve quality of health among children and women by building community resilience to cope with the effects of drought through increasing access to safe water supply and sanitation services, and improving hygiene behaviours for vulnerable populations in Lower Juba region. Generally the region remained peaceful for the last 2 month despite preparation of AMISOM forces to attacks and liberate the remaining areas under the controlled of Al-Shabab in the region, however there is normal follow of traffic movement from Liboi to Degelima as there is frequent movement of KDF to and from the proposed site.

    In this regard Adeso is sourcing for the services of a hydro-geologist consultant to conduct a comprehensive Hydro-geological/Geophysical Survey and related studies (EIA) for the borehole. Below is the GPS coordinate for Degelima village.

    LatitudeN00°17’55.38” Longitude E040°59’42.56”Latitude 75.5M

    BACKGROUND FOR CONSULTANCY

    The purpose of the hydro-geological /geophysical survey is to explore the possibility of identifying the needs of a groundwater source for the drilling a borehole for the community of Degelima village. The Survey will aim at evaluating the groundwater situation as it is, through collecting any available relevant data (e.g. drilling logs), evaluating data from the surrounding boreholes, carrying out field geophysical measurements and reviewing any available previous survey report to form the hydro- geological geophysical survey report which will be in accordance to standards set and will meet Adeso, Donor, Government and community objectives of drilling a successful borehole that will provide sufficient water for domestic and livestock use of the targeted beneficiary community.

    SCOPE OF WORK

    The Consultant is expected to use both secondary and primary data in the exercise. Secondary data will involve desk study of available information/data on existing boreholes, drill logs, reports and maps and satellite images while primary data will be obtained by carrying out Hydro-geophysical measurements as well as study of topography and vegetation within the study area using the necessary hydro-geological equipment.

    The borehole shall be sited with the aid of combined a hydro-geological and geophysical survey. Prior to the field investigations, a desk study shall be made of the available relevant information on hydrogeology including seasonal variations, climate, existing water sources, drilling records and other sources for the proposed area

    The field investigations MUST be undertaken by a registered hydro-geologist, assisted by highly qualified hydro-geologists. The registered hydro-geologist will be responsible for planning, execution and interpretation of all geophysical data, reporting, selection of the most suitable site for drilling and making recommendations on the most suitable type drill to be used

    The site for selected development shall be marked with a concrete marker, shown in a picture plate and indicated on a sketch map to be included in the final report with GPS coordinates clearly indicated

    The outcome of the consultancy will be a detailed hydro-geological survey report giving details of the findings and recommendations In addition to conducting an EIA that should adapt the Kenya Standards and any other international good practice.

    SURVEY APPROACHES AND DELIVERABLES

    1. The hydro-geological/geophysical investigations will be carried out in a multi-step methodology.
    2. Literature review: Review of existing data, topographical maps, satellite images, existing studies and borehole site investigations in the area, geological reports and maps (if available), borehole and surface water records, etc. The desk review should also establish existing micro financial mechanism available for WASH service delivery; this should include both ongoing practice and what microfinance institutions are rolling out in the market.
    3. Activity completion report with design and installation details
    4. Copy of standard chemical water quality test water result from a nearby borehole
    5. Identify social economic opportunities that exist in the identified project locations and how they can be applied/ integrated in WASH service delivery to achieve delivery of WASH services to the people and contribute to the wellbeing of residents.
    6. Establish from existing information the gaps in water supply, Sanitation infrastructure and hygiene behaviour and any recommendations that exist on strategies for scale up in provision of WASH services and their sustainability.
    7. Establish and outline existing market based approaches in WASH service delivery within the proposed project location.
    8. Identify proven and tested best practices and approaches that can be replicated in the project implementation.
    9. Hydro-geological fieldwork: Detailed reconnaissance survey of project area. (GPS co-ordinates/P-codes, water level measurements, condition of these boreholes, usage and performance where applicable) inspection of geological, geo-morphological and structural characteristics of the investigated area; verification of existing data and findings.
    10. Analysis of hydro-geological/geophysical data.
    11. Compilation, analysis, and evaluation of the gathered data and information.
    12. Borehole design.
    13. Site selection and reporting.
    14. Presentation of the final report to the project teams in Adeso HQ in Nairobi.

    CONSULTANCY PERIOD

    To be defined by the proposals.

    QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS NEEDED

    • Degree in water Geology or equivalent
    • Registered geologist
    • Registered with EIA expert with more than 4 years experiences

    Work plan for this assignment shall be developed in relation to methodology suggested and number of days set for this assignment this will include one day briefing on finding to get inputs from project staff as well as build consensus around the recommendations

    The Consulting firm is required to meet the below criteria including provision of the following;

    1. Technical proposal on how the assignment will be conducted
    2. Appropriate timelines to perform the assignment
    3. Financial proposal indicating the cost rates and other charges applicable.
    4. CVs of the lead Consultant and other assisting hydro-geologists.
    5. Proven field technical and field experience of Consultant
    6. Consultancies performed in the last 3 years with reference letters for each hydro-geological surveys consultancy
    7. Proof of availability of all the equipment required to perform the survey.
    8. Availability to perform the assignment at the earliest possible time.

    REPORTING

    The final report to be submitted to Adeso will be a comprehensive account of the whole of the Consultancy; it will review the existing literature and other relevant information, such as drilling logs, satellite images etc. The report shall include all field data, interpretations and justifications, hydro-geological evaluations, conclusions and recommendations relating to the investigated area. In addition, appropriate maps, diagrams and data plots shall be presented. Of considerable importance will be an objective assessment of the applicability and success of the methods applied.

    The outline table of contents of the final report will be as follows:

    · Introduction, review of previous studies and environmental background

    · Geology and hydrogeology (incl. Inventory of boreholes and other water points)

    · Methods of investigations, including Geophysical Techniques

    · Detailed resistivity/IP survey (Wenner & VES) to delineate the productive aquifer

    · Aquifer potential; sustainable yield & Water quality

    · Proposed drilling site

    · Proposed drilling method, and its applicability

    · Environmental impact and protection

    · Conclusion and recommendations

    Recommendations will be given on the most suitable site for borehole drilling, the required depth, probable water quality, design and installation details, and other relevant aspects. Based on the available hydro-geological and geophysical data, an assessment of the anticipated chances of success shall be made for each individual site.

    The hydro-geological report will give a detailed map delineating the investigated area, geology aquifer properties (where known), location of measurements, and recommended drilling site. In addition, pictures taken during the actual field activity shall be included in the report.

    All geophysical data, including its interpretation will be produced as an appendix to the final report.

    The report and all its attachments shall remain the property of Adeso.

    The report should be prepared using Calibri font, size 11. If unavailable, then use Arial, size 11. The official font. Use American English only; not British English or a combination of both (e.g. use of program and not programme in the same document).

    COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

    In consideration of the fees paid, the Consultant expressly assigns to Adeso any copyright arising from the works the consultant produces while executing this contract. All images (whether used for online or print purposes) must however bear the consultant’s photo credit, as specified by international intellectual property rights. The consultant may not use, reproduce or otherwise disseminate or authorize others to use, reproduce or disseminate such works without prior consent from Adeso.


    How to apply:

    All applications should be sent to consultancy@adesoafrica.orgby the 5th December 2014, with “hydro geological survey” on the subject line. The selection committee will review all applications as they arrive. All applicants must meet the minimum requirements described above, and those unable to meet these requirements will not be considered.

    Each application package should include the following:

    · An application letter addressing the selection criteria including how the consultant’s previous experience matches the consultancy objectives. It should also indicate the candidate’s availability and consultancy rates. The letter should be no longer than two pages;

    · Examples of recent surveys conducted;

    · Updated CV including relevant work experience and qualifications;

    · Contact details of 3 references for whom similar work has been completed.

    Applications not including all of the above information will not be reviewed.


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    Organization: CTG Global
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 18 Dec 2014

    PositionField Construction Project Manager

    No of Jobs: Six (06)Place of Performance SomaliaContract Duration 1 year with possibility of extensionStarting Date

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG Global is a managed service company specializing in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, Human Resources support services and Monitoring & Evaluation in post disaster and post conflict countries around the world.

    CTG Global provides services to humanitarian organizations, government, non-governmental organizations and corporates that enables public and private sectors to focus on their core business and the achievement of their objectives in hostile and threatening environments as we provide a safe and secure environment for them to do so and alleviate them of their risks, crisis and personnel management problems.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    Our client conducts activities including the design and construction of logistics support facilities and other vertical and horizontal structures and facilities throughout Somalia in support of the African Union Mission in Somalia.

    The aim of our client is to respond to the needs of the client for operationally important infrastructure projects throughout Somalia including civil engineering work, water and sanitation projects, power supply systems, waste management facilities, roads, heliports, airfields, and similar facilities.

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    Under the overall supervision of the Chief Engineer and the direct supervision of the Senior Project Manager the incumbent will be a crucial part of a team responsible and accountable for ensuring the scheduling, quality control and safety of the construction of a logistics support hub for our and its clients in Somalia.

    In particular, he/she will be responsible and accountable for the Project Management, and the coordination and implantation of the approved project in support of the clients. The person will be based on site in a sector in Somalia.

    He/she will:

    1.

    1. Have a detailed knowledge of the assigned project, located in the sector in Somalia;
    2. Assist and guide the Field Engineers and QA/QS specialists in the implementation of the project as per technical specifications and plans agreed with the client;
    3. Surveying and assessing the project as designated by our client;
    4. Coordinate material supply chains with other sections and units in the mission such as Movement Control, Aviation, Warehouse & Distribution;
    5. Determine if our client’s contractors are proceeding in accordance with the contract documents;
    6. Coordinate the QA/QS team in monitoring of contractors in the areas of monitoring, change of orders, contract compliance, quality control and assurance, safety and documentation of all interaction;
    7. Bring to the attention of the Senior PM and Chief Engineer if the contractor is not meeting timelines by managing detailed MS Project schedules or where quality and safety standards are not being met and provide solutions for improving the quality of work;
    8. Ensure that all materials and equipment related to the project meet the required standards and specifications;
    9. Report to the Senior PM and Chief Engineer on all technical issues including but not limited to technical specifications, monitoring, and quality assurance;
    10. Review conformity with the design concepts of the services and with the information given in the contract documents in contract with construction companies;
    11. Render interpretation of our client’s contract documents necessary for the proper execution of construction, with reasonable promptness and in accordance with any time limit agreed upon;
    12. Do on-site observation and keep our client informed on the construction progress of designated project;
    13. Compare the sites working progress with the contractors working schedule and take the required action for the sites completion before deadline;
    14. Manage and oversee project costs by means of resources and cash-flow plans in MS Project;
    15. Manage invoice and payment process for timely payment of contractors;
    16. Ensure that Project is completed to a satisfactory standard before final payment is authorized;
    17. Offer support as requested to all colleagues on construction and other technical matters;
    18. Assist the field engineers and assistants on Quality control and Safety plan to technical specifications;
    19. Ensure field reports are as per the Quality Control and Safety Plans;
    20. Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chief Engineer;

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education

    · University degree in Engineering and relevant training and experience on infrastructure projects including quality control and safety implementation. At least seven years of experience in the field of infrastructure planning and construction.

    Work Experience

    · Experience in Somalia is desirable. Previous experience with UN Peacekeeping Operations is a strong advantage. Experience of complex Civil Engineering a major plus.

    Key Competencies

    · Skills: Good communication and negotiation skills. Understanding of complex social-political environments. Drive for results with effective resource management skills. Ability to work under extreme pressure in difficult conditions while maintaining security awareness. Flexibility and focus on processes and their improvements. Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds.

    · Languages: Thorough knowledge of English; working knowledge of Somali or other languages spoken in the region an advantage.


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their CV along with their application letter via e-mail to careers@ctgglobal.com with reference to “BHJOB2678_673” in the subject line. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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  • 11/20/14--08:40: Somalia: Capital Cashier
  • Organization: Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 21 Nov 2014

    Department: Finance

    Position: Capital Cashier

    Contract duration: Six Months

    Duty Station: Mogadishu,Somalia

    Starting Date: December 2014

    ACTED is a non-governmental organization whose vocation is to support vulnerable population worldwide and to accompany them in building a better future. ACTED was created in 1993, is governed by the French law and has its headquarters in Paris, France.

    ACTED in Somalia is looking for an experienced self-driven and a self-oriented professional to fill the post of a cashier based in Mogadishu, Somalia;

    His / Her Duties and Responsibilities include:

    · Accounting :

    o Responsible for Advance follow up and procedure compliance at Mogadishu Level

    o Responsible for Excel Book entries according to ACTED Standard entry grid

    · Cash :

    o Responsible for Cash Counts

    · Payment Procedure :

    o Responsible for payment execution at Mogadishu Level (under the supervision of the Finance Officer).

    · Filling :

    o Responsible for 1st level of check of Mogadishu Voucher (monthly basis)

    o Responsible for filing and photocopying all finance documents at the Area Level.

    · Perform other relevant duties.

    Qualifications/Skills Required

    • A diploma in Business Administration- Accounting or Finance option
    • Previous experience as a cashier or accountant
    • Knowledge about NGO will be considered an asset
    • A quick learner, Committed and attentive to details
    • Strong team player of high integrity, pleasant personality, ability to work under least supervision and meet strict deadlines.
    • Computer literate, Excel is a must.
    • Good public Relations with strong negotiation skills.

    How to apply:

    Application Procedures

    Qualified persons with the required skills are invited to submit their applications accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, three work related referees and contacts to**kenya.jobs@acted.org** and received on or before 5.00PM on 19 November 2014.

    ACTED reserves the right to hire prior to the application deadline.

    Please note that only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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    Organization: Mines Advisory Group
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 07 Dec 2014

    Security Coordinator Somalia, Fixed Term (6 months)

    The total salary package for this position is £37,384 - £40,972 per annum(circa $59,800 - $65,500 USD)including basic salary, hardship allowance, programme management allowance and cost of living allowance.**About MAG:**

    MAG saves lives and builds futures by working with others to reclaim land contaminated with the debris of conflict, to reduce the daily risk of death or injury for civilians, and to create safe and secure conditions for development. MAG shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a founding member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines for our work to ban landmines. Our vision is a safe and secure future for men, women and children affected by armed violence and conflict.**About the Somalia Programme:**

    The MAG Somalia programme is operating in a complex political and security environment and has expanded significantly in the last year, with operations firmly established in Somaliland, Puntland and in South Central Somalia. The Somalia programme is also operating through partnerships in broader areas of South Central. The two main areas of focus are physical security and stockpile management (PSSM) and small arms and light weapons (SALW) risk reduction.**The role:**

    MAG takes security in Somalia very seriously, and we are currently recruiting for a Security Coordinator to support all of the bases across our Somalia Programme. In this role the successful candidate will act as a focal point for the collection and dissemination of security information and will be responsible for developing and delivering a functioning security management system. A solid understanding of NGO security management is a key requirement for the role, as is effective communication with key internal and external stakeholders. This is a great opportunity to use your extensive technical knowledge and experience in security management to support an organisation working hard to improve the lives of communities in a very challenging environment.**About you:**

    The successful candidate will have considerable experience of security planning and implementation, preferably gained in the context of relief operations in highly insecure areas. The ability to analyse rapidly changing security environments, and react appropriately is also essential. Candidates should ideally also have experience of working in the Somalia context. In addition, you must be able to demonstrate excellent communication and liaison skills with an awareness of diplomacy and tact.Areas of operations are often remote with basic amenities, so applicants will need to be able to deal with living and working in challenging environments.


    How to apply:

    For the further information on the role, the application form and details of how to apply, please visit, the MAG website at www.maginternational.org/vacancies-at-MAG by the closing date of 7 December 2014.


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    Organization: Mines Advisory Group
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 07 Dec 2014

    The total salary package for this position is £37,384 - £40,972 per annum* (circa $59,800 - $65,500 USD) including basic salary, hardship allowance, programme management allowance and cost of living allowance.

    About MAG:
    MAG saves lives and builds futures by working with others to reclaim land contaminated with the debris of conflict, to reduce the daily risk of death or injury for civilians, and to create safe and secure conditions for development. MAG shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a founding member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines for our work to ban landmines. Our vision is a safe and secure future for men, women and children affected by armed violence and conflict.

    About the Somalia Programme:
    The MAG Somalia programme is operating in a complex political and security environment and has expanded significantly in the last year, with operations firmly established in Somaliland, Puntland and in South Central Somalia. The Somalia programme is also operating through partnerships in Jubaland. The two main areas of focus are physical security and stockpile management (PSSM) and community safety and security (CSS).

    The role:
    The Support Services and Liaison Manager role will provide you with the opportunity to use your excellent skills in managing and developing support services functions such as Logistics, Procurement, HR and Administration. It will also test your excellent communication skills as you will have the opportunity to liaise with key external stakeholders at a strategic level. As a member of the programme’s Senior Management Team you will also provide support in developing future opportunities for MAG in Somalia, including supporting proposal writing and budgeting.

    About you:
    The successful candidate will need previous experience working overseas in international aid/development with expertise managing and developing support service functions. You will need a proven track record in liaison and negotiating with a range of external stakeholders, including national authorities, local partners, donors and NGOs. You should have the ability to represent MAG at the highest levels and be able to work diplomatically in a politically sensitive and unpredictable environment. The successful candidate will support and travel between all of our bases within the Somalia Programme that are often remote with basic amenities and therefore applicants will need to be able to deal with living and working in challenging environments.


    How to apply:

    For the further information on the role, the application form and details of how to apply, please visit, the MAG website at www.maginternational.org/vacancies-at-MAG by the closing date of 7 December 2014.


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    Organization: International Organization for Migration
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 27 Nov 2014

    IOM Helsinki is looking to recruit a Strategic & Policy Planning Specialist to work in Somaliland Ministry of Health for 9 months as a part of the MIDA FINNSOM Health Phase III project.

    About the MIDA FINNSOM Health Phase III Project

    The past decades have seen continued migration from various African countries, causing "brain drain" that has debilitated various public sector systems across the continent. Implemented by IOM, Migration for Development in Africa(MIDA) projects seek to utilize the skills and knowledge of Africans living in the diaspora to rehabilitate public sector systems in their countries of origin. Through Phase III of the Institutionalizing Health Care Improvement through Temporary Returns of Somali Diaspora Health Professionals program (publicly known as MIDA FINNSOM Health), IOM and Somali diaspora health and support professionals will continue to support the rehabilitation and development of the public health sector in Puntland and Somaliland. MIDA FINNSOM Health is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.

    For Terms of Reference and eligibility criteria, please see attachment.


    How to apply:

    To be considered eligible, the applicant must be of Somali origin and part of the Somali diaspora.

    All applications must be sent to iomhelsinkimida@iom.int, with the following reference as subject in your e-mail: "APPLICATION – Strategic Planning/Hargeisa MoH"

    To be considered, applicants must provide a cover letter, CV, and the contact information (email and phone number) of two professional references by the closing date of this vacancy. Please save your documents in PDF format. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    While this project is geared toward the Somali-Finnish diaspora, we also welcome members of other Somali diaspora communities to apply. Note that preference may be given to applicants who were successful participants in the Phase II project. Lastly, we highly encourage the participation of women in MIDA FINNSOM Health Phase III.

    For more information, please see the MIDA FINNSOM Health website:

    http://iom.fi/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=119&Itemid=112


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  • 11/12/14--04:03: Somalia: Operations Clerk
  • Organization: CTG Global
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 12 Dec 2014

    PositionOperations Clerk**Place of Performance** Beletweyne, Somalia**Contract Duration**Starting Date

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG Global is a managed service company specializing in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, Human Resources support services and Monitoring & Evaluation in post disaster and post conflict countries around the world.

    CTG Global provides services to humanitarian organizations, government, non-governmental organizations and corporates that enables public and private sectors to focus on their core business and the achievement of their objectives in hostile and threatening environments as we provide a safe and secure environment for them to do so and alleviate them of their risks, crisis and personnel management problems.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    · Maintaining the section’s filing system.

    · Maintenance and interpretation of reports and task folders

    · Ensuring all duty station correspondence is received, dispatched and recorded.

    · Preparation of operational briefing documentation

    · Producing periodic progress information reports

    · Collecting weekly statistic returns on mine action activities within Somalia

    · Coordination with IMSMA database facilitators for the regular updating of maps and other visual display information in the Operations section

    · Assist in the coordination of operational activities between AMISOM and other national/international organizations

    · Assistance in the development of work plans using IMSMA information

    · Producing progress reports on specific tasks within operations

    · Analyzing weekly returns and reports

    · Assist in the preparation of operational plans & tasking

    · Interpretation of different reports, and assist in the production of necessary statistics & reports

    · Monitoring of the organizations in South/Central Somalia

    · Assist the QA Officer in the conduct of QC/QA checks

    · Assist in drafting reports on quality assurance on operations in South/Central Somalia

    · Undertake other similar duties as may be assigned by the Operations Officer

    · Maintaining a stock control and supply system for all office consumable items.

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education

    · Completion of Secondary Education is required; A degree in Business Administration or relevant field is an asset

    Work Experience

    · 2 to 3 years progressively responsible experience in Business administration, clerical work is required.

    · Fluency in French is required and Excellent English

    · Knowledge of the UN system and familiarity with UNOPS procedures highly desirable;

    · Strong computer skills (office package, ATLAS an advantage) and organizational skills;

    · Ability to work in a gender-equal and multi-cultural environment

    Key Competencies

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    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their CV along with their application letter via e-mail to careers@ctgglobal.com with reference to “BHJOB2678_651” in the subject line. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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    Organization: Save the Children
    Country: Kenya, Somalia
    Closing date: 24 Nov 2014

    The Area Representative has overall responsibility for development, management and delivery of quality programmes in Somaliland. S/he will work through Field Managers based in Hargeisa and Burao to ensure all aspects of programming are coordinated resulting in efficiency, high team moral and cost effectiveness. S/he will ensure programmes implement key humanitarian principles and that we work in close collaboration with other key stakeholders and the government to promote and advocate for children’s rights. The post-holder is also required to liaise closely with staff, other NGOs and government institutions to ensure safety and security of Save the Children staff and assets.

    The Area Representative must recognise that s/he is working in a large and complex country programme that operates through a matrix management system. The direct reporting line is through the Programme Operations section, however, close working relationships are essential with the Programme Development & Quality, Finance, HR and Member Service sections.


    How to apply:

    Interested and eligible applicants can send copies of their CVs and a mandatory letter of motivation to:

    Human Resources Officer

    Save the Children International – Somalia Programme

    Email:Somalia.vacancies@savethechildren.org.

    Deadline for applications is 24th November 2014

    Female candidates are encouraged to apply


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