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  • 05/20/15--08:11: Lebanon: PROJECT COORDINATOR
  • Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    CISP

    Vacancy: PROJECT COORDINATOR

    for emergency / relief project - in the field of WASH / SANITATION & HYGIENE - in support of Syrian refugees and hosting communities in South Lebanon

    Country of Operation: LIBANO - Duty Station Marjayoun (South)

    Duration: from 6 till 12 months

    Tentative starting date: June /July 2105

    Requirements:

    a) Demonstrated experience and ability in cooperation projects’ management, preferably in the field of WASH / Waste management, / Sanitation / Hygiene in emergency and relief, humanitarian aid, assistance to refugees, NFI’s distributions, etc.

    b) Specific and demonstrated skills and technical experience in the above sectors of activity is an asset (architecture, civil engineering, hydraulic engineering, design, management, implementation and supervision of civil works, wash facilities, water networks, solid waste & wastewater management….)

    c) Experience in developing WASH need assessments and undertaking gap analysis for development of WASH programmes

    d) Experience in developing shelter and settlement need assessments and undertaking gap analysis for development of shelter programmes.

    e) Experience in conflict/post-conflict contexts, preferably with experience in supporting emergency response;

    f) Excellent understanding & experience of programme, financial and operational management processes

    g) Experience / skills in projects’ financial planning, administration, reporting

    h) Experience / skills in procurement procedures, knowledge of international EU, UN, procurement procedures, experience of tendering, etc.

    i) Excellent communication capabilities and ability in reports’ writing

    j) Fluency in English is required.

    k) Computer literacy

    l) Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Flexibility, availability to perform other duties.

    m) Availability to work in security volatile context

    n) Past working experience in Lebanon is an asset

    o) Background and knowledge of UN Rules and Regulations - specifically UNHCR projects’ management systems - is a preferential asset

    p) Knowledge of Arabic is an asset

    Functions:

    1. Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of project activities, including needs assessment, beneficiaries’ selection, design, follow up and supervision of civil works and technical interventions;
    2. Procurement and tendering procedures for works, NFIs, and other goods and services;
    3. Organization of distributions
    4. Accountancy and administration
    5. Maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders, institutions, associations, cluster groups, donors, local authorities and International NGOs and agencies;
    6. Taking care of any needed operational agreement with local authorities involved, as well as any needed authorization
    7. Drawing project documents such as activity plans, intermediate and final reports, financial reports, etc.
    8. Management of financial and logistic resources of the project;
    9. Selection, recruitment, management and supervision of local staff;
    10. Reporting to the CISP Country Representative to Lebanon

    How to apply:

    Sending CV to: falcitelli@cisp-ngo.org


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  • 05/20/15--08:13: Lebanon: WASH EXPERT
  • Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Vacancy WASH expert for emergency / relief projects in support of Syrian refugees an hosting Lebanese communities in South Lebanon

    Country of Operation: LEBANON

    Duration: from 6 -12 months Tentative starting date: June/July 2015

    Requirements:

    a) Qualifications in a discipline related to Hydraulic Engineering works and Water & Sanitation

    b) Specific and demonstrated skills and technical experience in WASH (hydraulic engineering, design, management, implementation and supervision of hydraulic works, wash facilities, water networks, pumping stations, etc.)

    c) Experience in developing WASH need assessments and undertaking gap analysis for development of WASH programmes

    d) Demonstrated experience and ability in cooperation projects’ management, specifically in the field of WASH in emergency and relief, humanitarian aid, assistance to refugees, NFI’s distributions, etc.

    e) Experience in conflict/post-conflict contexts, preferably with experience in supporting emergency response; Past working experience in Lebanon is an asset

    f) Minimum 3 year experience in similar position / emergency projects

    g) Excellent understanding & experience of programme, financial and operational management processes

    h) Experience / skills in projects’ financial planning, administration, reporting

    i) Experience / skills in procurement procedures and tendering. Background and knowledge of EC, Italian Cooperation and UN Rules and Regulations, UN (UNICEF, UNHCR, OCHA), projects’ management systems, administrative & procurement procedures, tendering, is a preferential asset

    j) Excellent communication capabilities and ability in reports’ writing

    k) Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is an asset

    l) Computer literacy

    m) Driving License

    n) Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Flexibility, availability to perform other duties. Availability to work in security volatile context

    Functions:

    1. Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of project activities in the WASH sector, including needs assessment, beneficiaries’ selection, technical design and preparation of BoQ, follow up and supervision of civil works and technical interventions;
    2. Procurement and tendering procedures for works, NFIs, and other goods and services;
    3. Supervision and follow up of civil works
    4. Accountancy and administration
    5. Maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders, institutions, associations, cluster groups, donors, local authorities and International NGOs and agencies;
    6. Taking care of any needed operational agreement with local authorities involved, as well as any needed authorization
    7. Drawing project documents, assessment reports, activity plans, interim / final reports, financial reports, etc.
    8. Management of financial and logistic resources of the project;
    9. Selection, recruitment, management and supervision of local staff;
    10. Reporting to the CISP Country Representative to Lebanon

    How to apply:

    INTERESTED CANDIDATES SHOULD SEND THEIR CV TO falcitelli@cisp-ngo.org


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 27 Nov 2016

    In 1995, the IBA established its Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) under the Honorary Presidency of Nelson Mandela, to fulfill its objectives to promote and protect human rights and the independence of the legal profession under a just rule of law.

    In order to advance our objectives, the IBAHRI undertakes a variety of projects to build capacity, lobby for change and highlight issues of international concern to the public, the media and the legal community. Our core activities include training for lawyers and judges; capacity building with bar associations and law societies; undertaking high-level fact-finding missions; and conducting trial observations. The IBAHRI also works on a number of thematic programmes.

    The IBAHRI communications intern is invaluable to the work of the Institute. Typical tasks undertaken by the intern include:

    • researching and drafting country-specific, media background reports for IBAHRI projects;
    • media monitoring and press summaries;
    • drafting press releases, e-newsletters and other communications materials;
    • compiling media and other contact lists;
    • proofreading and copy-editing IBAHRI communications;
    • monitoring and recording press coverage;
    • monitoring and reporting on web and social media activity; and
    • supporting IBAHRI events.

    Skills and experience required:

    • undergraduate degree (Media, social science or related field);
    • demonstrated desire to work in a media, communications role;
    • excellent research and analytical skills;
    • excellent verbal and written communications skills, with experience synthesizing complex messages for a variety of audiences;
    • IT literate with knowledge of web and social media, ideally with experience of using Content Management Systems;
    • creative thinker with a flexible approach to working;
    • commitment to the aims and objectives of IBAHRI; and
    • fluency in Spanish, French or Arabic an asset.

    Start date: 3 January 2016
    End date: 31 March 2016

    Candidates must be available to work 5 days a week for the duration of the internship. The role is based at the IBA's London office.

    The IBA Educational Trust is granting funding (to a maximum of £1500 each) in the London office to students who would not otherwise be able to take up the position due to financial constraints. Priority is given to applicants from developing countries, but other applicants will be considered. Please note that only applicants for internships in London are eligible to apply for this funding.


    How to apply:

    For more information on how to apply for the Human Rights Institute Communications Intern please visit the IBA internship programme page: http://www.ibanet.org/Education_and_Internships/Legal_Internship_Programme.aspx


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 31 Jan 2017

    Duration: 12 months Tentative starting date: January/February 2017

    Requirements:

    a) Qualifications in a discipline related to Architecture/ Civil Engineering / Civil Works / Water & Sanitation

    b) Specific and demonstrated skills and technical experience in shelters (architecture, civil engineering, design, management, implementation and supervision of civil works, shelters’ rehabilitations etc.)

    c) Experience in developing shelter and settlement need assessments and undertaking gap analysis for development of shelter programmes.

    d) Demonstrated experience and ability in cooperation projects’ management, , in emergency and relief, humanitarian aid, assistance to refugees, shelter, NFI’s distributions, water & sanitation, etc.

    e) Experience / skills in projects’ financial planning, administration, reporting

    f) Experience / skills in procurement procedures and tendering. Preferential asset to have background and knowledge of UN (UNHCR, UNICEF, OCHA) rules and regulations, projects’ management systems, administrative & procurement procedures, tendering.

    g) Excellent communication capabilities and ability in reports’ writing

    h) Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is an asset

    i) Computer literacy

    j) Driving License

    k) Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Flexibility, availability to perform other duties. Availability to work in security volatile context

    l) Past working experience in Lebanon is an asset

    Functions:

    1. Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of project activities, including needs assessment, beneficiaries’ selection, design, follow up and supervision of civil works and technical interventions,

    2. Procurement and tendering procedures for works, NFIs and other goods and services;

    3. Supervision and follow up of civil works

    4. Organization of distributions

    5. Accountancy and administration

    6. Maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders, institutions, associations, cluster groups, donors, local authorities and International NGOs and agencies;

    7. Taking care of operational agreement with local authorities involved, as well as any needed authorization

    8. Drawing project documents, assessment reports, activity plans, interim / final reports, financial reports, etc.

    9. Management of financial and logistic resources of the project;

    10. Selection, recruitment, management and supervision of local staff;

    11. Reporting to the CISP Country Representative to Lebanon


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should send their CV to both the following addresses:

    falcitelli@cisp-ngo.org AND beirut.cispleb@gmail.com


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: Myanmar
    Closing date: 07 Feb 2017

    About Us

    The International Bar Association (IBA), established in 1947, is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations, law firms and law societies. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. It has a membership of more than 80,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations and law societies spanning over 160 countries. The IBA’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), an autonomous and financially independent entity, works to promote, protect and enforce human rights under a just rule of law, and to preserve the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession worldwide.

    The Assignment

    Location: Yangon, Myanmar

    Reporting to: Senior Programme Lawyer, IBAHRI

    The Independent Lawyers’ Association of Myanmar (ILAM) is the first national independent professional organisation of lawyers in Myanmar. The ILAM launched in January 2016 at an event hosted by the Parliamentary Committee on Rule of Law and Tranquillity and the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute. Its elected Central Executive Committee has already made progress with a range of initiatives on behalf of its 3000+ members.

    The ILAM has obtained funding for the development of a fully staffed Secretariat and is seeking to recruit a full time Executive Director to oversee the organisational development of the ILAM and to assist with the implementation of projects determined by the Central Executive Committee of ILAM. The Executive Director will be supported by a Project Manager and a Finance and Administrative Officer.

    The organisational development consultant will support the Executive Director with the initial establishment of the Secretariat. This consultant will ideally have experience working at a senior level in a Bar Association Secretariats in the Asia Pacific region. This would be an ideal role for a Secretariat staffer looking for a secondment opportunity or a former Executive Director of a regional bar association looking for a new challenge. Applicants with substantial experience of organisational development for large NGOs, CSOs or other membership organisations will also be considered.

    Essential Services

    Under the supervision and guidance of the London based Head of project, the organisational development consultant will be expected to fulfil the following terms of reference during the period of the consultancy:

    • Conduct a needs assessment of the Executive Director, Project Manager and Finance/Administrative Officer
    • Design and deliver induction training to the three Secretariat staff members in finance and fundraising, project management, communication and media relations and administration and any other skills deemed necessary for the effective running of the association.
    • Together with the Executive Director, develop a strategic financial plan for ILAM for the next 24 months to ensure sustainability of the organisation, including the continued employment of the three staff members
    • Together with the Executive Director, develop ILAM’s operational and financial policies and procedures, templates and other documents to ensure that it is able to administrate and report on grants in line with the accountability requirements of international donors and others.
    • Together with the Executive Director, develop a communications strategy in line with the communications policy set by the Central Executive Committee
    • Together with the relevant staff members, develop a website and newsletter format so that they can be updated and maintained effectively

    Standards

    In carrying out the above, the organisational development consultant will at all times adhere to the highest professional standards and to IBA and IBAHRI procedures and policies as directed.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Essential

    • Graduate in a relevant discipline such as business management, finance etc
    • Minimum of seven years’ experience as a senior staff member within a Bar Association Secretariat, large NGO, CSO or other organisation in the Asia Pacific region
    • Demonstrable experience of designing and implementing strategic financial plans
    • Demonstrable experience of managing large scale projects
    • Demonstrable experience of providing training on finance and fundraising, project management, communication and media relations and administration
    • Record of successful fundraising initiatives
    • Experience of working alongside a Board or Executive Committee
    • Demonstrable experience of developing financial and other policies and procedures for organisations
    • Excellent organisational and financial skills
    • IT literate
    • Fluent written and spoken English
    • Desirable
    • Postgraduate qualification in a relevant field such as business administration, development management (highly desirable)

    Support Package

    • Consultancy fee ($150 per day)
    • Return flight to Yangon from home country and business visa for internationally recruited candidate

    How to apply:

    How to Apply

    Please send a cover letter and full CV detailing your experience as relevant to the above qualifications and qualities, by email to personnel@int-bar.org. Copy all applications to Phillip.Tahmindjis@int-bar.org and Muluka.Miti-Drummond@int-bar.org.

    The cover letter should specifically address the qualification requirements listed above.

    The closing date for applications is 7 February 2017 with interviews (by Skype) to take place shortly after.

    The successful applicant will be expected to start duties in February 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter.

    For more information contact Dr. Phillip Tahmindjis, IBAHRI Director at Phillip.Tahmindjis@int-bar.org and Muluka Miti-Drummond, IBAHRI Senior Programme Lawyer Muluka.Miti-Drummond@int-bar.org.


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 05 Mar 2017

    In 1995, the IBA established its Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) under the Honorary Presidency of Nelson Mandela, to fulfill its objectives to promote and protect human rights and the independence of the legal profession under a just rule of law.

    In order to advance our objectives, the IBAHRI undertakes a variety of projects to build capacity, lobby for change and highlight issues of international concern to the public, the media and the legal community. Our core activities include training for lawyers and judges; capacity building with bar associations and law societies; undertaking high-level fact-finding missions; and conducting trial observations. The IBAHRI also works on a number of thematic programmes.

    The IBAHRI communications intern is invaluable to the work of the Institute. Typical tasks undertaken by the intern include:

    • researching and drafting country-specific, media background reports for IBAHRI projects;
    • media monitoring and press summaries;
    • drafting press releases, e-newsletters and other communications materials;
    • compiling media and other contact lists;
    • proofreading and copy-editing IBAHRI communications;
    • monitoring and recording press coverage;
    • monitoring and reporting on web and social media activity; and
    • supporting IBAHRI events.

    Skills and experience required:

    • undergraduate degree (Media, social science or related field);
    • demonstrated desire to work in a media, communications role;
    • excellent research and analytical skills;
    • excellent verbal and written communications skills, with experience synthesizing complex messages for a variety of audiences;
    • IT literate with knowledge of web and social media, ideally with experience of using Content Management Systems;
    • creative thinker with a flexible approach to working;
    • commitment to the aims and objectives of IBAHRI; and
    • fluency in Spanish, French or Arabic an asset.

    Start date: 3 April 2016
    End date: 30 June 2016

    Candidates should be available to work 5 days a week for the duration of the internship. The role is based at the IBA's London office.

    The IBA Educational Trust is granting funding (to a maximum of £1500 each) in the London office to students who would not otherwise be able to take up the position due to financial constraints. Priority is given to applicants from developing countries, but other applicants will be considered. Please note that only applicants for internships in London are eligible to apply for this funding.


    How to apply:

    For more information on how to apply for the Human Rights Institute Communications Intern please visit the IBA internship programme page: http://www.ibanet.org/Education_and_Internships/Legal_Internship_Programme.aspx


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 07 Apr 2017

    About Us

    The International Bar Association (IBA), established in 1947, is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations, law firms and law societies. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. It has a membership of over 55,000 individual lawyers and 206 bar associations and law societies spanning all continents. It has considerable expertise in providing legal assistance to the global legal community. The IBA’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), an autonomous and financially independent entity, works to promote, protect and enforce human rights under a just rule of law, and to preserve the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession worldwide.

    The Assignment

    Location: Geneva, Switzerland

    Consultancy length: 4 months

    The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) launched its United Nations (UN) Programme in 2014, with the aim of informing and fostering lawyers’ engagement in UN mechanisms and strengthening the dialogue between states and the legal community on human rights.

    With lawyers at the forefront of protecting human rights, the effective implementation of UN standards relating to the independence of the judiciary and legal profession is at the heart of the promotion and protection of human rights around the world. UN human rights mechanisms provide effective and accessible tools to promote international standards, which protect the legal profession’s ability to safeguard the rule of law.

    The UN Programme pursues the following objectives:

    • Strengthening the international legal framework protecting the legal profession by providing expert support to UN human rights mechanisms;
    • Raising awareness about UN standards on the role of judges, lawyers and prosecutors, the independence of the judiciary and the situation of legal professionals at country level; and
    • Fostering the involvement of lawyers in UN human rights mechanisms by training lawyers and building the capacity of bar associations

    The UN Programme undertakes three main activities: advocacy, research and training. In order to encourage lawyers’ advocacy at the international level, it produces guidelines for lawyers, judge

    The UN-Geneva Legal Consultant will be responsible for advancing the work of the organisation in Geneva.

    Services

    Under the supervision and guidance of the Senior Programme Lawyer based in London, the UN-Geneva Legal Consultant will be expected to fulfil the following terms of reference during the period of the consultancy:

    • Carry out expert research and work towards the publication of a high standard report as required by the IBAHRI;
    • Monitor developments at the UN level relevant to the work of the IBAHRI and provide guidance to the organisation as to possible avenues for engagement;
    • Cooperate and work with other organisations in supporting advancement on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers;
    • Identify opportunities to raise awareness about the IBA/IBAHRI activities in Geneva;
    • Represent the IBAHRI externally, including attending meetings and events, developing partnerships with UN agencies, development partners and UN permanent missions

    Standards

    In carrying out the above, the UN-Geneva Consultant will at all times adhere to the highest professional standards and to IBA and IBAHRI procedures and policies as directed.

    Qualifications, Skills and Experience

    • Extensive knowledge and experience of working with the UN human rights bodies and mandates in Geneva
    • At least 5 years’ experience working in the field of international human rights
    • Law degree or any other relevant field such as international relations or political studies
    • Strong analytical, research and writing skills, including the ability to write concisely and under pressure (candidates must have previous reporting experience)
    • Strong organisational, communication and diplomatic skills; experience in dealing with senior professionals at a high level an advantage
    • High level of professionalism and attention to detail
    • A positive and flexible attitude
    • Fluent written and spoken English
    • Computer skills
    • Must have the right to work in Geneva for the duration of the consultancy
    • Fluency in spoken French (highly desirable)
    • Knowledge and experience working on matters related to juvenile justice (desirable)
    • Knowledge and experience working on the rule of law (desirable)
    • Postgraduate degree in Law or any other relevant field such as international relations, political studies (desirable)
    • Experience working as a consultant (desirable)

    Fee

    • · Consultancy fee commensurate to experience

    How to apply:

    Please send a cover letter and full CV detailing your experience as relevant to the above qualifications and qualities, by email to recruitment@int-bar.org. Copy all applications to Phillip.Tahmindjis@int-bar.org and Muluka.Miti-Drummond@int-bar.org.

    The cover letter should specifically address the qualification requirements listed above.

    The closing date for applications is 07 April 2017 with interviews (by Skype) to take place shortly after.

    The services are expected to start on 24 April 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter.

    For more information contact Dr. Phillip Tahmindjis, IBAHRI Director at Phillip.Tahmindjis@int-bar.org and Muluka Miti-Drummond, IBAHRI Senior Programme Lawyer Muluka.Miti-Drummond@int-bar.org.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 10 Apr 2017

    Title: Education Program Field coordinator

    Ref N: 001 EDU PROGRAM FIELD COORDINATOR

    Sector: EDUCATION

    No. of positions: 1

    Location of work: Somalia with trips to Nairobi (75/25%)

    Reports to: Education Coordinator and Regional Coordinator

    Start of work: 01 May 2017

    Duration: 8 months Renewable (three months’ probation)

    THE VACANCY IS CONDITIONAL TO THE BEGINNING OF DFID & EU FUNDED PROJECT (Expected in the months of April and May 2017. In case the projects will not start the vacancy will be kept on hold)

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

    CISP is an equal employment opportunity employer with its Headquarters in Rome.

    Comitato Internazionale Per Lo Sviluppo Dei Popoli – CISP (International Committee for the Development of Peoples) is a development organization established in Rome in 1983, to engage against the impact of poverty and denied rights worldwide. In Somalia, CISP has put in place mechanisms to support local communities and authorities to provide quality pre-primary, primary, non formal and vocational education. In both remote rural areas and urban centers, CISP is working to promote equitable access to education, to reduce drop outs (for both boys and girls) and to improve learning outcomes for all.

    In Banadir and Galmudug, CISP is implementing Educate Girls, End Poverty (EGEP) a four year education program dedicated to improving equitable access to education and improving learning for all and a two year project financed by the EU, aiming at improving access to quality education, participation of youth to TVET, capacity of institutions (ELENA).

    The education program works with The Federal Government of Somalia and the Galmudug State authorities, communities, parents, teachers, girls and boys alike to promote equitable access to education and to improve learning outcomes at schools and other training facilities. The Education Team also works closely with the Education Directorate and communities to change the policies, achieve inclusivity, sustainability, and results beyond the program’s life.

    The program is expecting two projects (DFID and EU funded) to start in the initial months of 2017, hence the new coordinator will be working on the new interventions.

    Role and Responsibilities

    The Education Program/Field coordinator is responsible for planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the projects in Somalia in the sector of education, vocational skills training and employment promotion.

    Planning and Preparation

    • Conduct field assessments and support in preparation of concept notes and budget for new initiatives
    • Play a crucial role in the relation with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education in Mogadishu and the Ministry of Education in Galmudug State in the identification of needs and planning of interventions
    • Prepare program activity action plan (work plan, calendar and monitoring plan) and budgets in consultation with colleagues in all program locations as well as local implementing stakeholders
    • Prepare program activity budgets in advance and monthly funds requests for each program location to submit timely to Program Coordinator
    • Play an active role in identification process of local partners and staff to implement activities
    • Play an active role in the process of identifying training skill areas, education facilities, education actors and stakeholders
    • Oversee mobilizing and sensitizing the targeted communities

      Program Implementation

    • Ensure the effective management of the program through planning, coordination, monitoring and review with MOECHE and MoE Galmudug, field staff, and local partners

    • Provide supervision of key activities in field locations ensuring consistent quality in each location

    • Ensure that project/program monitoring and evaluation system/tools are applied and project progress (activities and outputs), results and immediate objectives (outcomes) and impacts are systematically tracked, documented and shared as appropriate on the basis of CISP and donors’ requirements. This includes both CISP and partners managed projects.

    • Ensure that projects are implemented in accordance with the action plans and the involvement of partners and concerned stakeholders at all levels.

    • Ensure that CISP and its partners implement project activities in a most efficient, effective and sustainable manner

    • Ensure proper financial management of activity implementation according to approved activity budgets prepared

    • Play an active role in development of appropriate tools and methods for sustainability along with community stakeholders

    Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

    · Ensure travels to project sites of CISP and partners and regular monitoring of projects together with project team/partners are conducted

    · Ensure the participation of target groups, in planning, implementation and M&E of project activities based on CISP principles and approaches

    • Liaise with CISP field staff for the implementation of : collection of data, involvement of the beneficiaries, assessments, monitoring, accountability actions
    • Collect monthly reports from project officers in each location, check for completion and accuracy and compile high quality monthly reports to submit to Regional Education Program Coordinator in Nairobi
    • Ensure quality and relevant data is collected as required and that the monthly reports entail quality and relevant audio / visual documentation
    • Ensure relevant and appropriate “stories from the field” are collected to be included in the activity update section of CISP’s website in collaboration with field communications staff
    • Provide technical support to local partners and government offices in order for them to prepare and submit required reports
    • Assist field staff in the timely delivery of financial reporting documents
    • Conduct assessments of various nature related to the education program including identifying the support needs of education facilities, educational staff and trainers, CECs and managers, etc. together with others or alone as required
    • Participate in development quality monitoring system and follow up the implementation of the system by partner and centers
    • Participate in organizing monthly community review meeting with all stakeholders with respect to the activities / results foreseen in the education program while ensuring the involvement on local authorities and communities (with attention to gender equity).
    • Document best practice and lessons learnt from the implementation of the project activities by CISP and ensure that they are reported
    • Identify operational/technical and management problems arising during the implementation of the project activities by CISP and its implementing partners and report to the responsible line manager in the organisation to ensure timely action is taken
    • As necessary ensure that the challenges/problems as also reported, documented and disseminated to the concerned bodies

    Staff Management and Capacity Building

    • Identify program staff performance gaps and plan appropriate actions in consultation with CISP coordinator and HR department.
    • Assist the field offices in the selection process of key staff
    • Ensure team work among education team members
    • Provide on-the-job-training (OJT) to the staff and increase the capacity of program staff to implement this plan
    • Prepare plans enhancing the capacity of education centers in general and the trainers and managers in particular and follow up the implementation of the plans
    • Provide technical support to partners, education facilities and staff on the field to apply appropriate project implementation approaches as indicated in the action of the project, utilising appropriate and relevant curricula and data collection tools, linking training with employment opportunities where appropriate etc.

    Field Coordination and Collaboration

    • Ensure that the projects are implemented in close coordination with other actors’ education projects
    • Establish good working relationship with respective MOE, MOL and other public or private actors at various in planning, managing and monitoring of project activities
    • Attend and play proactive in field education forum and other working groups as required by CISP Regional Education Coordinator
    • Submit timely 4W updates of activities at school level to Somalia Education Cluster and Sector
    • Liaise with relevant stakeholders (including implementing and funding agencies) in the field to allow coordination and synergies as well as to avoid duplication

    General Statement of Responsibility

    • Perform other related tasks as requested by his/her immediate supervisor
    • Comply with all relevant CISP policies and procedures and code of conduct and behaviour
    • Account for CISP’s assets and interests and safeguard from loss arising from fraud, waste, weak administration and poor value for money
    • Carry out the responsibilities of the role in a way which reflects CISP’s commitments

    Profile Required

    · Degree or relevant qualification in education, sociology, psychology, gender studies, development or other social science

    · Proven experience in education program implementation (knowledge of EU, DFID, UNICEF grants is an asset)

    · Analytical mindset in problem solving

    · Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Somali

    · Good computer skills, including word, excel and databases

    · Capacity to facilitate discussion groups

    · Strong leadership and mentorship skills

    · Good diplomatic skills

    · Ability to multi-task and work under pressure

    · Demonstrate passion and commitment for changing people’s lives

    · Must be creative, innovative and inquisitive

    · Must demonstrate good interpersonal skills

    Technical / Professional:

    • Have a valid certificate of good conduct.

    The position is 75% or more, based in Somalia. Applicants should be legally able to work in Somalia and willing to be based in Somalia Central and South (Mogadishu, Galkacyo, Guriceel)


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified persons, with the required experience are invited to submit their application to Education Coordinator: fumagalli@cisp-nairobi.org and Cc. Human resource admin@cisp-nairobi.org by close of business on: 10th April 2017

    Email subject: “Application for the position of program/field coordinator in Somalia Central and South”.

    Application to include ALL of the following:

    • CV (not exceeding 4 pages), including 3 references.

    • Application form (as per annex HR – 3.3)

    • Cover letter (1 page maximum)

    Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    For more information about CISP, please visit www.cisp-ngo.org.

    CISP is strongly committed to ending Child Abuse, all forms of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, and to building a work environment that is safe and welcoming for all, where Sexual Harassment does not take place. The desired candidate for any position should share and support this commitment in all aspects of their personal and professional behaviour. Any history implicating that the applicant has a history of Child Abuse, Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, or Sexual Harassment, is a reason for excluding him or her from employment with CISP.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 09 Apr 2017

    CISP Lebanon

    CISP has been active in the Leanese humanitarian sector since1996 and has a particularly strong track record in supporting local communities including Lebanese population as well as Palestinian and Syrian refugees. Since then more than 50 projects have been implemented with funding of the European Commission (ECHO, EC), UN agencies (UNRWA, UNICEF, OCHA), Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Italian Cooperation. CISP activities aim to support the most needed Lebanese in areas lacking of basic services and without access to economic opportunities (Mainly in the North and in the South). Moreover, the humanitarian assistance support Syrian and Palestinian Refugees through WASH, shelter, NFIs infrastructures rehabilitation & civil works, supply of equipment and materials, human resources training, social and educational activities, etc. Lately, in line with Regional and National policies on country recovery and resilience, the NGO has placed an increased emphasis on the long term sustainability of basic services especially in the water sector. Nowadays, in consortium with other international partners (GVC, CONCERN, ACWUA), the NGO is pioneering a new water demand management approach for promoting Sustainable Management of Water Services and Resources by fostering the capacity of the local institutions, ensuring improved access to potable water supply and by supporting and raising awareness of the final users.

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    The MADAD project aims to ensure the provision of reliable and sustainable water services to Syrian refugees and host communities by strengthening infrastructural and managerial capacities of local Water Establishments. By targeting 5 different pilot areas respectively in the Zgharta, Akkar, North Bekaa and Bent Jbeil districts, the project will:

    • Construct new or rehabilitate and upgrade existing infrastructure to supply 24-hour water within international quality standards;
    • Install flow meters along the trunk line to promote water resource management
    • Install water meters on household connections in order to reduce NRW;
    • Ensure the application of volumetric tariff in collaboration with WEs in all the project areas as pilot experience for the whole country;
    • Build capacity of WEs to manage water resources by partnering with ACWUA to train them on water meter reading, invoicing by volumetric tariff, and creating a more active customer relation services;
    • Host sensitization sessions for target population, including municipalities, to promote payment of fees and subscription to WEs;
    • Link Lebanese Water Establishments in the North, South, and Bekaa with the MENA region through ACWUA for capacity building, sharing of knowledge in the region with public and private sector, and scaling up of activities.

    Purpose of Job:

    •To ensure the correct implementation of a Baseline/Endline Surveys on the pilot areas for assessment of beneficiary water related needs and behaviors

    •To ensure awareness and interest of the target population, including municipalities, to promote payment of fees and subscription to WEs;

    •To achieve social behavioral change of the target population;

    •To promote the project aims and amplify the project outcomes (water subscription, water meters installation, conscious water consumption) within the target areas by engaging with different media, partners, beneficiaries, institutions and the public at large

    •To ensure a communications strategy is in place and public information products are produced and disseminated in an efficient and effective manner.

    •To ensure the successful implementation of informative, awareness and communication campaigns addressed to different targets of the community.

    •To collaborate with other CISP staff and MADAD consortium counterparts in order to ensure a smooth and coherent achievement of the project outcomes

    Key Working Relationships:

    Internal: Working relationship with MADAD Project Managers, WASH Expert and Engineers should be maintained while working in the office. The position imply as well the direct coordination of field officers and outreach staff.

    External: The relationship with local institutions (Water Establishment, Municipalities and other local governmental bodies), development partners, civil society organisations, media and community members should be maintained effectively.

    Detailed Job Description and Responsibilities:

    Planning:

    •Planify the implementation of the baseline survey and database of the target community using software such as GIS

    •Support the Project Manager to develop a Communications Plan CP based on local realities, the project objectives and indicators.

    •Review and update the Communications Plan on quarterly basis.

    •Support the field officers and outreach staff to develop their action plans

    •Planify the activities in coordination with the engineers and the other CISP staff in order to ensure a smooth implementation

    Implementation:

    •To coordinate and assist the baseline survey and database development of the target community.

    •To ensure an effective and efficient data collection of the suveryed area by directing and coordinating the field officers and outreach staff.

    •To assist the Project Manager to develop : a) informative campaigns addressed to citizens on cost-recovery, water conservation and water meters installation. b) awareness campaigns addressed to the community on bill structure and invoices to optimize HHs consumption and expenditure. c) mass communication campaigns (national level) for promoting water meters installation and future replication of the experience

    •Support for timely and effectively execution of communications/outreach/social activities under project plan.

    •To monitor, evaluate and draw conclusions after the implementation of each activities and campaign.

    •To support field staff on communicating, and effectively promote the project outcome (water subscription, water management and water meter installation).

    •Managing and participating in the events particularly awareness and communication campaign, survey and other project activities, ensuring the correct message is transferred.

    •To supervise the finalization of the water supply network and report the progress of the activities to the local engineer and the project manager

    •To supervise and facilitate the installation of household connections and water meters in collaboration with the local engineers and technicians.

    •Establishing and maintaining a close working relationship with the local institutions, development partners and communities for ensuring the effectiveness and a smooth implementation of the communication plan.

    •To build and maintain excellent relationships with key stakeholder and beneficiaries.

    •To contribute to the effectiveness of the MADAD programme (Assist in preparation of strategies, annual plans, participate in regular team meetings to review progress and resolve problems; represent CISP at local and national meetings;).

    Documentation and Learning:

    •Ensure a complete and accurate data collection for the development of the baseline and other surveys

    •Collect and gather interest stories/ case studies, photos and videos that are noteworthy for use in reporting and communication campaign.

    •Collaborate in producing project publications including learning, campaign and promotional materials ensuring all are in line with, project aim and core messages in collaboration with the consortium. •Support in process documentation of events, programmes, campaign.

    •Develop and maintain a database and literature resource containing information on WASH sector and project related issues.

    •To collaborate with the WASH expert and the PM in the development of lesson learned and Monitorning and Evaluation reports.

    Monitoring and Reporting:

    •Ensure receipt of reports and products from field officers especially for communications within agreed deadline.

    •Review field staff’ reports and provide feedback to ensure quality of the report or product. It will help managing outputs, outcome and impact against plans and objectives.

    •Assure effective utilization of the resources CISP provides to the field officers ensuring they are used appropriately, according to the project mission.

    •Identify the needs of the field officer, facilitate and co-ordinate their activities.

    Others:

    •Work with the best interest of CISP, the MADAD Consortium and the beneficiaries in mind.

    •Represent CISP's at meetings/forums/workshops whenever deemed necessary.

    •Any reasonable official duties as requested by the Line Manager.

    Job requirement:

    •Degree of Art or Science in Environmental Studies, Statistics, Education, Social Science, Communication or other related fields.

    •3 to 5 years working experience in leading awareness campaign and/or holding a communication officer role.

    •At least 2 years experience in the Water Sector

    •Demonstrated experience in conducting field-level data collection and data entry using electronic tools and software.

    •Demonstrated experience in knowledge and data analysis •Demonstrated experience in Monitoring and Evaluation Roles

    •Outstanding communication skills.

    •Knowledge of the Water Sector managerial and institutional issues

    •Good understanding of the socio-economic and cultural aspect of water services in Lebanon

    •Knowledge of social outreach methods

    •Ability to work independently while at the same time cooperating with other staff members as well as beneficiaries.

    •Highly organized, able to work by respecting deadline and with high sense of responsibility.

    •Fluency in written and spoken Arabic and English

    •Driving Licence

    Submission Guidelines:

    Please submit your application to cisp.recruitment@gmail.com - You must specify in the subject of the email: CISP-Vacancy WASH Social Activities Coordinator.

    The application must include as mandatory documents:

    Application submitted in Arabic and/or missing the filled-in application form will not be considered. Deadline for submitting the application: 9th April 2017. Applications received after deadline will not be considered. Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the written test.


    How to apply:

    Please submit your application to cisp.recruitment@gmail.com - You must specify in the subject of the email: CISP-Vacancy WASH Social Activities Coordinator.

    The application must include as mandatory documents:

    Application submitted in Arabic and/or missing the filled-in application form will not be considered. Deadline for submitting the application: 9th April 2017. Applications received after deadline will not be considered.

    Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the written test.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 09 Apr 2017

    CISP Lebanon

    CISP has been active in the Lebanese humanitarian sector since 1996 and has a particularly strong track record in supporting local communities including Lebanese population as well as Palestinian and Syrian refugees. Since then more than 50 projects have been implemented with funding of the European Commission (ECHO, EC), UN agencies (UNRWA, UNICEF, OCHA), Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Italian Cooperation.

    CISP activities aim to support the most needed Lebanese in areas lacking of basic services and without access to economic opportunities (Mainly in the North and in the South). Moreover, the humanitarian assistance support Syrian and Palestinian Refugees through WASH, shelter, NFIs infrastructures rehabilitation & civil works, supply of equipment and materials, human resources training, social and educational activities, etc.

    Lately, in line with Regional and National policies on country recovery and resilience, the NGO has placed an increased emphasis on the long term sustainability of basic services especially in the water sector. Nowadays, in consortium with other international partners (GVC, CONCERN, ACWUA), the NGO is pioneering a new water demand management approach for promoting Sustainable Management of Water Services by fostering the capacity of the local institutions, ensuring improved access to potable water supply and by supporting and raising awareness of the final users.

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    The MADAD project aims to ensure the provision of reliable and sustainable water services to Syrian refugees and host communities by strengthening infrastructural and managerial capacities of local Water Establishments.

    By targeting 5 different pilot areas respectively in the Zgharta, Akkar, North Bekaa and Bent Jbeil districts, the project will

    • Construct new or rehabilitate and upgrade existing infrastructure to supply 24-hour water within international quality standards;

    • Install flow meters along the trunk line to promote water resource management

    • Install water meters on household connections in order to reduce NRW;

    • Ensure the application of volumetric tariff in collaboration with WEs in all the project areas as pilot experience for the whole country;

    • Build capacity of WEs to manage water resources by partnering with ACWUA to train them on water meter reading, invoicing by volumetric tariff, and creating a more active customer relation services;

    • Host sensitization sessions for target population, including municipalities, to promote payment of fees and subscription to WEs;

    • Link Lebanese Water Establishments in the North, South, and Bekaa with the MENA region through ACWUA for capacity building, sharing of knowledge in the region with public and private sector, and scaling up of activities.

    Purpose of Job:

    • To ensure the correct implementation of the WASH infrastructural works foreseen in the project area.
    • To control and facilitate the installation of water meters and household connections.
    • To participate, support and facilitate the technical training of Water Establishments staff
    • To actively contribute to the implementation of the Non Revenue Water Management tool in the project’ pilot areas.
    • To collaborate with other CISP staff and MADAD consortium counterparts in order to ensure a smooth and coherent achievement of the project outcomes
    • To actively promote the project aims and amplify its final outcomes (water network subscriptions, water meters installation, water consumption) within the target areas by engaging with different beneficiaries, institutions and the public at large.

    Key Working Relationships:

    Internal: Working relationship with MADAD Project Managers, WASH Expert, should be maintained while working in the office. The position imply as well the direct coordination of field officers.

    External: The relationship with constructors, consultants, local institutions (Water Establishment, Municipalities and other local governmental bodies), with development partners, and community members should be maintained effectively.

    Detailed Job Description and Responsibilities:

    Supervision of hydraulic and civil works design and implementation

    • To prepare and/or revise sketches and design of civil and hydraulic works as required by the project and according to the instructions of the Technical WaSH expert. To suggest amendments/recommendations to the designs wherever required.

    • To prepare or revise the technical documentation in every tender dossier, the bill of quantities and construction plans related to the construction works

    • To ensure a regular physical presence on site to assist and supervise the technical consultant during the execution of the works in accordance with design drawings, works specification and BoQ.

    • To provide technical guidance and expertise to the manpower in charge of the civil/hidraulic work.

    • To issue necessary instructions to the Contractor for and on behalf of CISP to assure orderly progress of work.

    • To give advice on requests of extension of time, acknowledgement of heavier charges and modifications of the planned civil works;

    • To report to and discuss with the Project Manager and WASH Expert any technical issues which may have a direct impact on the general implementation of the project or of the organisation’s activities in the area

    • To measure and/or verify the work done in connection with the preparation of provisional and final payment certificates.

    • To develop a certain degree of autonomy in managing issues related to the daily implementation of the activities

    • To assist - with inputs deriving from the experience developed in present and past projects - the WE and the PM in the decision-making related to the daily implementation of the WASH project components

    • To lead, direct, and supervise the field officer and to ensure that all the activities at the actual site are being managed and carried out effectively

    • To ensure that all the project specifications have been met and that all the safety and measures have been taken care of

    • In collaboration with the project team participate in the identification of new water subscribers in targeted areas.

    • To monitor and control the installation of household connections and water meters foreseen in the target areas

    • To provide technical assistance during the installation of household connections and water meters foreseen in the target areas

    • To coordinate with the WEs staff and local institution in order to ensure the installation of HH connections and water meters foreseen in the target areas

    Support of technical training and NRW management approach implementation

    • To attend and facilitate the NRW technical trainings, workshop and capacity development activities for the regional and local WEs staff.

    • To facilitate the local implementation of the NRW approach proposed by ACWUA in the project pilot areas.

    • To assist the ACWUA consultants and WEs technician in testing and implementing the approach.

    Reporting

    • To provide weekly supervisory report about the project activities implementation with ad-hoc reports upon arising incidences, deviations of civil/hydraulic works from design that might be deemed obligatory during works implementation.

    • To prepare weekly work plan for engineering team or field officers to be shared with PM and WE.

    • To prepare weekly, monthly and field visit reports to be shared with PM and WE on timely manner.

    • To ensure proper record keeping for all WASH infrastructure activities in hard and soft form.

    Integration and coordination

    • Establishing and maintaining a close working relationship with the local institutions, development partners and communities for ensuring the effectiveness and a smooth implementation of the project.

    • To build and maintain excellent relationships with key stakeholder and beneficiaries (WEs, Municipalities, Consumers, etc).

    • To contribute to the effectiveness of the MADAD programme (Assist in preparation of strategies, annual plans, participate in regular team meetings to review progress and resolve problems; represent CISP at local and national meetings;).

    • Coordinate WASH construction activities with other local actors (governmental and nongovernmental).

    • Under the supervision of the PM maintaining a close working relationship with CISP’s Field Officer and WASH Social Activities Coordinator to ensure a smooth implementation of the MADAD’s projet.

    Others:

    • Work with the best interest of CISP, the MADAD Consortium and the beneficiaries in mind.

    • Represent CISP's at meetings/forums/workshops whenever deemed necessary.

    • Any reasonable official duties as requested by the Line Manager.

    Job requirement

    • Master Degree of Civil Engineer or other related fields.

    • 3 to 5 years working experience in the field of civil and hydraulic works supervision.

    • At least 3 years experiences in the WASH sector.

    • Demonstrated knowledge of the key functions to operate and maintain Water Supply Network Management.

    • Deep knowledge of the Lebanese Water Sector, its actors, laws and Institutions.

    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in using technical software such as GIS, AUTOCAD etc.

    • Ability to work independently while at the same time cooperating with other staff members as well as beneficiaries

    • Highly organized, able to work by respecting deadline and with high sense of responsibility

    • Fluency in written and spoken Arabic and English

    • Driving Licence

    Submission Guidelines

    Please submit your application to cisp.recruitment@gmail.com - You must specify in the subject of the email: CISP-Vacancy Engineer North Lebanon

    The application must include as mandatory documents:
    - updated CV;
    - application form filled in English, to be downloaded from the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-M-IYcx88x1bXBraTRuNTQ5Qnc/view

    Application submitted in Arabic and/or missing the filled-in application form will not be considered.
    Deadline for submitting the application: 9th April 2017. Applications received after deadline will not be considered.

    Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the written test.


    How to apply:

    Please submit your application to cisp.recruitment@gmail.com - You must specify in the subject of the email: CISP-Vacancy Engineer North Lebanon

    The application must include as mandatory documents:
    - updated CV;
    - application form filled in English, to be downloaded from the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-M-IYcx88x1bXBraTRuNTQ5Qnc/view

    Application submitted in Arabic and/or missing the filled-in application form will not be considered.
    Deadline for submitting the application: 9th April 2017. Applications received after deadline will not be considered.

    Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the written test.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Algeria
    Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

    CISP – *Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli* - International Committee for the Development of Peoples, is a Non Governmental Organization having its HQs in Rome (Italy), established in 1983 and currently conducting humanitarian and development projects in around 30 countries world wide. The staff working for CISP are requested to operate in line with the organization’s Declaration of Intents, Code of Conduct and Managerial System (www.cisp-ngo.org).

    CISP is in the process of selecting its Country Representative in the Sahrawi Refugees Camps (Algeria) where the organization is operational since 1984.

    The work conducted by CISP in the Sahrawi Refugees camps is closely integrated with the local and international stakeholders, including the Sahrawi Red Crescent, various UN agencies, other international NGOs.

    Main Tasks

    1. Liaison with international and national agencies, including the main donors

    2. In coordination with CISP Rome Office preparation of project proposals

    3. Overall coordination of ongoing projects and activities

    4. Overall supervision of the administrative and managerial aspects, including the management of CISP owned bank accounts

    5. Overall management of the human resources

    6. Overall management of other physical resources

    Economic Conditions

    To be agreed on the basis of existing CISP salary’s scales. It is in any case understood that, in addition to the accommodation in the camps, insurance, travel costs and any other expense related to the assignment, the monthly salary will be in the range of 2,500 – 3,500 Euro (gross cost).

    Procedures for the selection

    All interested candidates are invited to submit their CV. Only e-mail transmissions to cisp@cisp-ngo.org will be considered. In the subject have to be indicated: CISP Saharawi Vacancy + name + family name, no later than 15th September 2017 at 17 pm (Italian time).

    Only pre-selected candidates will be contacted.

    Other - Qualification

    Knowledge of English and French are pre-requisites. Knowledge of Spanish is an additional asset.

    • At least five years of successful experience at the senior management level in international settings, in the same or similar contexts
    • Demonstrated experience of humanitarian programs relevant to the local situation
    • Solid understanding of financial and budget management, and of best practice programming
    • Proven abilities in decision-making and problem-solving including in dynamic contexts
    • Demonstrated ability to team building
    • Demonstrate awareness and sensitivity to gender and diversity
    • Has a capacity to make accurate self-assessment particularly in high-stress situations

    How to apply:

    Procedures for the selection

    All interested candidates are invited to submit their CV. Only e-mail transmissions to cisp@cisp-ngo.org will be considered. In the subject have to be indicated: CISP Saharawi Vacancy + name + family name, no later than 15th September 2017 at 5 pm (Italian time).

    Only pre-selected candidates will be contacted.


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 14 Aug 2017

    Position title: IBA Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) Programme Lawyer
    Immediate supervisor: IBAHRI Director
    Salary: Up to £35,000 depending on experience.

    Purposeof position:

    The International Bar Association (IBA) is a global federation of lawyers, Law Societies and Bar Associations which works to influence the development of international law reform and shape the future of the legal profession. It's 190 Membership Organisations and 80,000 individual members cover all continents. The IBA’s Human Rights Institute was established in 1995 and works across the association, helping to promote, protect and enforce human rights under a just rule of law, and to preserve the independence of the judiciary and legal profession worldwide. The IBAHRI works to promote and protect the rule of law and the ability of lawyers and judges to practise freely and independently. It does so by sending fact-finding missions worldwide leading to long-term technical assistance programmes in partnership with Bar Associations and Law Societies; sending trial observers; intervening by making representations to authorities worldwide; organising human rights training for lawyers and judges; liaising closely with international and regional human rights organisations, and producing newsletters and other publications.

    Reporting to the IBAHRI Director and joining a team of ten people, the IBAHRI
    Programme Lawyer’s duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Develop and manage projects, including technical assistance and training programmes, with particular attention to Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regions, within the IBAHRI mandate (but not exclusive);
    • Develop and maintain relations with donors and secure funding for projects; write funding proposals; compile budgets and monitor expenditure;
    • Draft advocacy submissions and undertake advocacy work, where appropriate with other relevant IGOs and NGOs, and represent the IBAHRI at appropriate international meetings;
    • Undertake, manage and commission relevant legal research;
    • Accompany fact-finding delegations and oversee writing and publicity of reports; follow up on recommendations made;
    • Manage the involvement of IBA members, external legal experts and, where appropriate, consultants, in the delivery of projects;
    • Draft press releases and represent the IBA to the media;
    • Travel as required.
      Knowledge and experience:

    Applications are invited from candidates with:

    • a law degree; post-graduate qualifications in human rights preferred;
    • at least three to five years of practical and varied legal experience, preferably in a fastpaced environment;
    • field experience in rule of law projects involving human rights training programmes;
    • field experience in MENA regions preferred;
    • experience in report writing and project administration;
    • experience in project management, financial management and fundraising; experience in managing consultants an advantage;
    • strong analytical and writing skills, including the ability to write concisely and under pressure;
    • confident communication skills; experience in dealing with senior legal professionals at a high level an advantage;
    • fluent written and spoken English; plus a working knowledge of written and spoken Arabic. Fluency in French an advantage;
    • ability to work well in a team and be flexible;
    • ability to multi-task and be innovative;
    • willingness to travel frequently. **
      Shortlisted candidates must be available for interview from 21 August 2017.**

    How to apply:

    If you would like this position, please send your CV with a covering letter (stating where you saw the advertisement) by 14 August 2017 to:

    Lowri Williams, Office Manager
    International Bar Association
    4th Floor
    10 St Bride Street, London
    EC4A 4AD

    Tel: +44 (0)20 7842 0090
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7842 0091

    Email: recruitment@ int-bar.org


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2017

    WASH Expert for coordination of projects aimed to enhance local water systems and water access for Syrian refugees and Lebanese host communities

    Duration: 12 months renewable. Tentative starting date: September/October 2017

    Requirements:

    a) Qualifications in a discipline related to Hydraulic Engineering / Water-related Civil Works / Water & Sanitation

    b) Specific & demonstrated skills / technical experience in WASH (hydraulic engineering, design, management, implementation, supervision of hydraulic works, wash facilities, water networks, pumping stations, etc.)

    c) Experience in WASH need assessments and gap analysis for development of WASH programmes

    d) Demonstrated experience and ability in cooperation projects’ management, specifically in the field of WASH, in emergency and relief, humanitarian aid, assistance to refugees, NFI’s distributions, etc.

    e) Excellent understanding & experience of programme, financial and operational management processes

    f) Experience / skills in projects’ financial planning, administration, reporting

    g) Experience / skills in procurement procedures and tendering. Background and knowledge of EC, Italian Cooperation and UN Rules and Regulations, UN (UNICEF, UNHCR, OCHA), projects’ management systems, administrative & procurement procedures, tendering, is a preferential asset

    h) Excellent communication capabilities and ability in reports’ writing

    i) Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is an asset

    j) Computer literacy

    k) Driving License

    l) Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Flexibility, availability to perform other duties. Availability to work in security volatile context

    m) Past working experience in Lebanon is an asset

    Functions:

    1. Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of project activities, including needs assessment, beneficiaries’ selection, technical design and preparation of BoQ, follow up and supervision of civil works and technical interventions;

    2. Procurement and tendering procedures for works, equipment and other goods and services;

    3. Supervision and follow up of civil works

    4. Supervision of accountancy and administration

    5. Maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders, institutions, associations, cluster groups, donors, local authorities and International NGOs and agencies;

    6. Taking care of operational agreement with local authorities involved, as well as any needed authorization

    7. Drawing project documents, assessment reports, activity plans, interim / final reports, financial reports, etc.

    8. Management of financial and logistic resources of the project;

    9. Selection, recruitment, management and supervision of local staff;

    10. Reporting to the CISP Country Representative to Lebanon


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should send their CV to both the following addresses:

    falcitelli@cisp-ngo.org AND cisp.recruitment@gmail.com


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 10 Sep 2017

    In 1995, the IBA established its Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) under the Honorary Presidency of Nelson Mandela, to fulfill its objectives to promote and protect human rights and the independence of the legal profession under a just rule of law.

    In order to advance our objectives, the IBAHRI undertakes a variety of projects to build capacity, lobby for change and highlight issues of international concern to the public, the media and the legal community. Our core activities include training for lawyers and judges; capacity building with bar associations and law societies; undertaking high-level fact-finding missions; and conducting trial observations. The IBAHRI also works on a number of thematic programmes.

    The IBAHRI communications intern is invaluable to the work of the Institute. Typical tasks undertaken by the intern include:

    • researching and drafting country-specific, media background reports for IBAHRI projects;
    • media monitoring and press summaries;
    • drafting press releases, e-newsletters and other communications materials;
    • compiling media and other contact lists;
    • proofreading and copy-editing IBAHRI communications;
    • monitoring and recording press coverage;
    • monitoring and reporting on web and social media activity; and
    • supporting IBAHRI events.

    Skills and experience required:

    • undergraduate degree (Media, social science or related field);
    • demonstrated desire to work in a media, communications role;
    • excellent research and analytical skills;
    • excellent verbal and written communications skills, with experience synthesizing complex messages for a variety of audiences;
    • IT literate with knowledge of web and social media, ideally with experience of using Content Management Systems;
    • creative thinker with a flexible approach to working;
    • commitment to the aims and objectives of IBAHRI; and
    • fluency in Spanish, French or Arabic an asset.

    Start date: 2 October 2017
    End date: 22 December 2017

    Candidates must be available to work 5 days a week for the duration of the internship. The role is based at the IBA's London office.

    The IBA Educational Trust is granting funding (to a maximum of £1500 each) in the London office to students who would not otherwise be able to take up the position due to financial constraints. Priority is given to applicants from developing countries, but other applicants will be considered. Please note that only applicants for internships in London are eligible to apply for this funding.


    How to apply:

    Send the following explaining your interest in the IBA Internship Programme:

    1. Covering letter - this should set out the following:
      • Why you wish to be considered for an intern position
      • The dates you would be able to take up your position
      • Specific research experience and areas of law that you are interested in
    2. Full Curriculum Vitae (CV / resume)
    3. Application form: Download it here: https://www.ibanet.org/Document/Default.aspx?DocumentUid=CC01E5C8-1D51-4...
    4. *Writing sample** - The writing sample could be a legal essay that you have written for your college degree programme or a report that you have written on a legal topic of interest. Sample must be in English only and not more than 4-5 pages in length. Because of the nature of the internship placements, much of the work will involve writing reports, letters, or assisting in the preparation of academic articles. The writing sample is useful for us to see how you structure a piece of written work and how you form and support an argument.
    5. Letter of reference - a letter from an academic tutor or employer mentioning your academic background, personality and suitability for the internship programme. This should be sent directly by your referee. If you are applying for funding, your academic referee should state their opinion on your eligibility to receive a grant as part of their overall reference.

    Applications, reference letters and questions regarding London internships should be sent via e-mail to internprogramme@int-bar.org or by phone: +44 (0)20 7842 0090


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  • 09/07/17--07:41: Niger: Country Administrator
  • Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Niger
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2017

    Job Title: Country Administrator – CISP Niger

    Accountability: to Country Coordinator / CISP headquarters (Area Director/ Area Administrator)

    Overall Duty

    The Country Administrator as a key member of the senior management team participates in the management of organizational policy and management decisions. In particular the Country Administrator will provide strategic financial management leadership and support the development, implementation and coordination of all financial and management aspects of CISP programmes in Niger to ensure effective resources utilization and risk mitigation. Specific duties and responsibilities
    1. Institutional presence
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in administrative aspects linked with the institutional presence of the CISP in the area of jurisdiction.

    2.Inter-institutional relations and assumption of formal commitments Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in administrative aspects linked with inter-institutional relations and assumption of commitments in the area of jurisdiction (with special emphasis on contracts, conventions, institutional agreements and other formal commitments).

    3.Strategic action and policy
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the presentation of proposals linked with the definition of strategic action and policy outlines of the CISP in the area of jurisdiction.

    4. Office Management
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the formulation of criteria for the management of CISP offices in the area of jurisdiction. Within this context, the Country Administrator is responsible for: i) the organization and monitoring of records of contracts, conventions and agreements with donors and other institutions; ii) management of the main office in the absence of the Coordinator.

    5.Personnel Management Execution of the following responsibilities and functions in the management of personnel (local and expatriate). Execution of the formal obligations provided by the internal regulations and Iocal legislation; supervision of the transfer of necessary formative/administrative nature to the staff; general monitoring of work done by the staff with Administrative functions.

    6.Implementation of on-going projects Review and/or formulation of the administrative aspects contained in the documents relating to the implementation of on-going projects. Preparation of the accounting and administrative component of the Reports (Intermediate and Final).

    7. Administrative Responsibilities and Functions

    a. Possible processing, monitoring and ratification of the first monthly notes relating to costs incurred (both for the on-going projects and possible structural costs of the OSP) and preparation of statements relating to the Reports (Intermediate and Final). In this context, the Country Administrator must decide on the costs with doubtful assignment.

    b. Instruction and advance approval of the economic and financial commitments necessary for the implementation of CISP's activities and projects; c. Formulation of overall financial planning (quarterly) and updates (monthly) relating to the resources necessary for the implementation of CISP's activities

    8. Advancement of new projects Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the administrative aspects contained in the documents and agreements relating to the formulation of new projects.

    Qualifications and behavioural competencies:

    • At least 5 years working experience in financial management positions with sound understanding of working with an international NGO. Knowledge of the region will be an advantage

    • Advanced university degree in fields relevant to the position.

    • Fluent written and spoken French and English. Italian will be an asset.

    • Proven knowledge on grant accounting and sound experience with donors funding regulations, procedures and reporting requirements (in particular: EU, ECHO, UN Agencies, Italian Cooperation)

    • Demonstrated capacity to supervise a complex financial management

    • Ability to process, analyse and summarize quality financial management information, identify solutions and recommend suitable courses of action

    • Ability to lead and manage a financial team and to delegate; proven ability to provide support, guidance and training to financial and non-financial teams; ability to work as part of a team, adopt a consensus based approach and work effectively through others

    • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate accounting concepts and principles to people with limited accounting knowledge. Ability to operate effectively in complex and highly networked working environments and to understand perspectives, pressures and challenges faced by colleagues and partners. Ability to work with discretion regarding confidential information, possession of sound judgment and attention to detail


    How to apply:

    All interested candidates are invited to submit their CV and an introduction letter describing how her/his qualifications and experience are a good fit for this position. Only e-mail transmissions to cisp@cisp-ngo.org will be considered. In the email subject has to be indicated: CISP Niger Vacancy + Candidate name, no later than October 31th 2017.

    Only pre-selected candidates will be contacted.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Niger
    Closing date: 07 Oct 2017

    Le CISP est une ONG italienne, née en 1982 et officiellement établie en 1983, dont le siège social se situe à Rome. Le CISP active au Niger depuis 2004 - dans un premier temps, par la mise en œuvre d’actions pour la réinsertion sociale et économique des migrants nigériens de retour. Depuis 2007, dans différentes régions du Niger, le CISP a développé un ensemble d’activités pour les jeunes et les femmes en situation de précarité économique et sociale, leur permettant de renforcer leurs capacités et le développement d’une activité économique visant l’autosatisfaction des besoins. En parallèle, le CISP a développé grâce à ses partenariats locaux une dynamique de rassemblement et de positionnement des jeunes, de la société civile, des professionnels de la culture, des professionnels de la filière architecture en terre, autour des questions de citoyenneté et d’engagement pour le développement du Niger.

    Dans le cadre de mise en œuvre de ses projet au Niger, notamment les projets dans les secteurs culturelles et d’urbanisation/construction, le CISP recherche (1) un/e technicien/e en architecture supporter la supervision des travaux de réhabilitation et construction, prévus par les programmes mis en œuvre dans les régions d’Agadez et Diffa.

    Poste

    Technicien en architecture

    Zone d’intervention: Niger (Niamey, Région d’Agadez, Zinder et Diffa)

    Durée: 12 mois

    Compétences requises

    • Bonne maitrise du français

    • Bonne connaissance de construction en terre

    • Avoir une bonne connaissance de l’environnement socioculturel du Niger (et préférablement des régions d’Agadez, Zinder et Diffa

    • Connaissances dans le milieu de la création d’emploi, la jeunesse et la sauvegarde du patrimoine

    • Expérience en la gestion d’équipes

    • Capacités de négociation et coordination des différents acteurs d’un projet

    • Qualités relationnelles et capacité à communiquer

    • Aptitudes à atteindre les objectifs fixés

    • Capacité à travailler sous pression

    • Capacités pour planifier, superviser et de gestion (encadrement, dynamisation)

    • Capacités d’identifier et d’analyser les problèmes et de proposer des alternatives de concert avec les bénéficiaires

    • Capacité d’identifier des opportunités et élaborer des liens stratégiques entre le projet et les autres partenaires

    • Bonne connaissance des logiciels Word, Excel, Internet

    Formation requise

    Diplôme en Architecture/Ingénierie civile ou Formation équivalente

    Atouts

    • Bonne connaissance du domaine patrimonial et de la région

    • Expérience de travail dans une ONG

    • Connaissance de la langue Tamasheq et/ou Haoussa

    Expérience requise

    Un minimum de 2 ans dans un poste similaire

    Description des tâches

    • Supervision des activités de construction réhabilitation et restauration des maisons en terre

    • Appui à la coordination et interlocution avec les partenaires institutionnels locaux

    • Organisation du Comité de Gestion des activités à fin de garantir la durabilité des actions

    • Appui à l’identification des maisons selon les critères décrits dans les projets

    • Appui à la planification des activités de réhabilitation à travers THIMO

    • Appui à la sélection des bénéficiaires

    • Appui à l’organisation des formations en techniques de construction en terre

    • Gestion et justification administrative des activités

    • Élaboration des rapports techniques nécessaires pour la coordination (des rapports d’activités mensuels/trimestriels/à mi-parcours)

    • Assurer la communication avec l’équipe des projets sur les activités

    • Supporter le CISP Niger dans le développement des nouvelles propositions

    CISP offre des chances égales d’emploi à tous – les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées.

    Tous les dossiers seront envoyés par email, aucun dossier physique ne sera accepté.

    Seules les candidatures sélectionnées seront contactées.


    How to apply:

    Les dossiers de candidatures resteront la propriété du CISP – Aucun dossier envoyé ne pourra être retiré - Ne pas envoyer de documents originaux - Fournir uniquement les documents mentionnés ci-dessus.

    Contenu du dossier de candidature :

    Ø Une lettre de motivation adressée au Directeur de zone géographique –Africa

    Ø Un CV actualisé – 3 pages maximum - avec au minimum trois (3) références professionnelles (inclus leurs contacts, e-mails et téléphones)

    Date limite de réception des candidatures : 7 octobre 2017

    Par mail : cisp@cisp-ngo.org avec objet l’intitulé du poste


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2017

    WASH Expert for coordination of projects aimed to enhance local water systems and water access for Syrian refugees and Lebanese host communities

    Duration: 12 months renewable. Tentative starting date: September/October 2017

    Requirements:

    a) Qualifications in a discipline related to Hydraulic Engineering / Water-related Civil Works / Water & Sanitation

    b) Specific & demonstrated skills / technical experience in WASH (hydraulic engineering, design, management, implementation, supervision of hydraulic works, wash facilities, water networks, pumping stations, etc.)

    c) Experience in WASH need assessments and gap analysis for development of WASH programmes

    d) Demonstrated experience and ability in cooperation projects’ management, specifically in the field of WASH, in emergency and relief, humanitarian aid, assistance to refugees, NFI’s distributions, etc.

    e) Excellent understanding & experience of programme, financial and operational management processes

    f) Experience / skills in projects’ financial planning, administration, reporting

    g) Experience / skills in procurement procedures and tendering. Background and knowledge of EC, Italian Cooperation and UN Rules and Regulations, UN (UNICEF, UNHCR, OCHA), projects’ management systems, administrative & procurement procedures, tendering, is a preferential asset

    h) Excellent communication capabilities and ability in reports’ writing

    i) Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is an asset

    j) Computer literacy

    k) Driving License

    l) Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Flexibility, availability to perform other duties. Availability to work in security volatile context

    m) Past working experience in Lebanon is an asset

    Functions:

    1. Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of project activities, including needs assessment, beneficiaries’ selection, technical design and preparation of BoQ, follow up and supervision of civil works and technical interventions;

    2. Procurement and tendering procedures for works, equipment and other goods and services;

    3. Supervision and follow up of civil works

    4. Supervision of accountancy and administration

    5. Maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders, institutions, associations, cluster groups, donors, local authorities and International NGOs and agencies;

    6. Taking care of operational agreement with local authorities involved, as well as any needed authorization

    7. Drawing project documents, assessment reports, activity plans, interim / final reports, financial reports, etc.

    8. Management of financial and logistic resources of the project;

    9. Selection, recruitment, management and supervision of local staff;

    10. Reporting to the CISP Country Representative to Lebanon


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should send their CV to both the following addresses:

    falcitelli@cisp-ngo.org AND cisp.recruitment@gmail.com


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  • 09/07/17--07:41: Niger: Country Administrator
  • Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Niger
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2017

    Job Title: Country Administrator – CISP Niger

    Accountability: to Country Coordinator / CISP headquarters (Area Director/ Area Administrator)

    Overall Duty

    The Country Administrator as a key member of the senior management team participates in the management of organizational policy and management decisions. In particular the Country Administrator will provide strategic financial management leadership and support the development, implementation and coordination of all financial and management aspects of CISP programmes in Niger to ensure effective resources utilization and risk mitigation. Specific duties and responsibilities
    1. Institutional presence
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in administrative aspects linked with the institutional presence of the CISP in the area of jurisdiction.

    2.Inter-institutional relations and assumption of formal commitments Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in administrative aspects linked with inter-institutional relations and assumption of commitments in the area of jurisdiction (with special emphasis on contracts, conventions, institutional agreements and other formal commitments).

    3.Strategic action and policy
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the presentation of proposals linked with the definition of strategic action and policy outlines of the CISP in the area of jurisdiction.

    4. Office Management
    Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the formulation of criteria for the management of CISP offices in the area of jurisdiction. Within this context, the Country Administrator is responsible for: i) the organization and monitoring of records of contracts, conventions and agreements with donors and other institutions; ii) management of the main office in the absence of the Coordinator.

    5.Personnel Management Execution of the following responsibilities and functions in the management of personnel (local and expatriate). Execution of the formal obligations provided by the internal regulations and Iocal legislation; supervision of the transfer of necessary formative/administrative nature to the staff; general monitoring of work done by the staff with Administrative functions.

    6.Implementation of on-going projects Review and/or formulation of the administrative aspects contained in the documents relating to the implementation of on-going projects. Preparation of the accounting and administrative component of the Reports (Intermediate and Final).

    7. Administrative Responsibilities and Functions

    a. Possible processing, monitoring and ratification of the first monthly notes relating to costs incurred (both for the on-going projects and possible structural costs of the OSP) and preparation of statements relating to the Reports (Intermediate and Final). In this context, the Country Administrator must decide on the costs with doubtful assignment.

    b. Instruction and advance approval of the economic and financial commitments necessary for the implementation of CISP's activities and projects; c. Formulation of overall financial planning (quarterly) and updates (monthly) relating to the resources necessary for the implementation of CISP's activities

    8. Advancement of new projects Execution of and assistance to the Coordinator in the administrative aspects contained in the documents and agreements relating to the formulation of new projects.

    Qualifications and behavioural competencies:

    • At least 5 years working experience in financial management positions with sound understanding of working with an international NGO. Knowledge of the region will be an advantage

    • Advanced university degree in fields relevant to the position.

    • Fluent written and spoken French and English. Italian will be an asset.

    • Proven knowledge on grant accounting and sound experience with donors funding regulations, procedures and reporting requirements (in particular: EU, ECHO, UN Agencies, Italian Cooperation)

    • Demonstrated capacity to supervise a complex financial management

    • Ability to process, analyse and summarize quality financial management information, identify solutions and recommend suitable courses of action

    • Ability to lead and manage a financial team and to delegate; proven ability to provide support, guidance and training to financial and non-financial teams; ability to work as part of a team, adopt a consensus based approach and work effectively through others

    • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate accounting concepts and principles to people with limited accounting knowledge. Ability to operate effectively in complex and highly networked working environments and to understand perspectives, pressures and challenges faced by colleagues and partners. Ability to work with discretion regarding confidential information, possession of sound judgment and attention to detail


    How to apply:

    All interested candidates are invited to submit their CV and an introduction letter describing how her/his qualifications and experience are a good fit for this position. Only e-mail transmissions to cisp@cisp-ngo.org will be considered. In the email subject has to be indicated: CISP Niger Vacancy + Candidate name, no later than October 31th 2017.

    Only pre-selected candidates will be contacted.


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    Organization: Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli
    Country: Niger
    Closing date: 07 Oct 2017

    Le CISP est une ONG italienne, née en 1982 et officiellement établie en 1983, dont le siège social se situe à Rome. Le CISP active au Niger depuis 2004 - dans un premier temps, par la mise en œuvre d’actions pour la réinsertion sociale et économique des migrants nigériens de retour. Depuis 2007, dans différentes régions du Niger, le CISP a développé un ensemble d’activités pour les jeunes et les femmes en situation de précarité économique et sociale, leur permettant de renforcer leurs capacités et le développement d’une activité économique visant l’autosatisfaction des besoins. En parallèle, le CISP a développé grâce à ses partenariats locaux une dynamique de rassemblement et de positionnement des jeunes, de la société civile, des professionnels de la culture, des professionnels de la filière architecture en terre, autour des questions de citoyenneté et d’engagement pour le développement du Niger.

    Dans le cadre de mise en œuvre de ses projet au Niger, notamment les projets dans les secteurs culturelles et d’urbanisation/construction, le CISP recherche (1) un/e technicien/e en architecture supporter la supervision des travaux de réhabilitation et construction, prévus par les programmes mis en œuvre dans les régions d’Agadez et Diffa.

    Poste

    Technicien en architecture

    Zone d’intervention: Niger (Niamey, Région d’Agadez, Zinder et Diffa)

    Durée: 12 mois

    Compétences requises

    • Bonne maitrise du français

    • Bonne connaissance de construction en terre

    • Avoir une bonne connaissance de l’environnement socioculturel du Niger (et préférablement des régions d’Agadez, Zinder et Diffa

    • Connaissances dans le milieu de la création d’emploi, la jeunesse et la sauvegarde du patrimoine

    • Expérience en la gestion d’équipes

    • Capacités de négociation et coordination des différents acteurs d’un projet

    • Qualités relationnelles et capacité à communiquer

    • Aptitudes à atteindre les objectifs fixés

    • Capacité à travailler sous pression

    • Capacités pour planifier, superviser et de gestion (encadrement, dynamisation)

    • Capacités d’identifier et d’analyser les problèmes et de proposer des alternatives de concert avec les bénéficiaires

    • Capacité d’identifier des opportunités et élaborer des liens stratégiques entre le projet et les autres partenaires

    • Bonne connaissance des logiciels Word, Excel, Internet

    Formation requise

    Diplôme en Architecture/Ingénierie civile ou Formation équivalente

    Atouts

    • Bonne connaissance du domaine patrimonial et de la région

    • Expérience de travail dans une ONG

    • Connaissance de la langue Tamasheq et/ou Haoussa

    Expérience requise

    Un minimum de 2 ans dans un poste similaire

    Description des tâches

    • Supervision des activités de construction réhabilitation et restauration des maisons en terre

    • Appui à la coordination et interlocution avec les partenaires institutionnels locaux

    • Organisation du Comité de Gestion des activités à fin de garantir la durabilité des actions

    • Appui à l’identification des maisons selon les critères décrits dans les projets

    • Appui à la planification des activités de réhabilitation à travers THIMO

    • Appui à la sélection des bénéficiaires

    • Appui à l’organisation des formations en techniques de construction en terre

    • Gestion et justification administrative des activités

    • Élaboration des rapports techniques nécessaires pour la coordination (des rapports d’activités mensuels/trimestriels/à mi-parcours)

    • Assurer la communication avec l’équipe des projets sur les activités

    • Supporter le CISP Niger dans le développement des nouvelles propositions

    CISP offre des chances égales d’emploi à tous – les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées.

    Tous les dossiers seront envoyés par email, aucun dossier physique ne sera accepté.

    Seules les candidatures sélectionnées seront contactées.


    How to apply:

    Les dossiers de candidatures resteront la propriété du CISP – Aucun dossier envoyé ne pourra être retiré - Ne pas envoyer de documents originaux - Fournir uniquement les documents mentionnés ci-dessus.

    Contenu du dossier de candidature :

    Ø Une lettre de motivation adressée au Directeur de zone géographique –Africa

    Ø Un CV actualisé – 3 pages maximum - avec au minimum trois (3) références professionnelles (inclus leurs contacts, e-mails et téléphones)

    Date limite de réception des candidatures : 7 octobre 2017

    Par mail : cisp@cisp-ngo.org avec objet l’intitulé du poste


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    Organization: International Bar Association
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 26 Jan 2018

    The International Bar Association (IBA) is a global federation of lawyers, Law Societies and Bar Associations which works to influence the development of international law reform and shape the future of the legal profession. Its 200 Membership Organisations and 80,000 individual members cover all continents. The IBA’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) was established in 1995 and works across the association, and works through the legal profession, helping to promote, protect and enforce human rights under a just rule of law, and to preserve the independence of the judiciary and legal profession worldwide.

    The IBAHRI works by sending fact-finding missions worldwide leading to long-term technical assistance programmes in partnership with Bar Associations and Law Societies; sending trial observers; supporting amicus briefs; intervening by making representations to domestic and international authorities worldwide; organising human rights training for lawyers and judges; liaising closely with international and regional human rights organisations, and producing newsletters and other publications.

    Reporting to the IBAHRI Director, the IBAHRI Programme Lawyer’s duties include:

    • Identifying, developing, managing and facilitating appropriate programmes including, but not limited to, fact-finding missions; trial observations; training programmes for lawyers, judges and prosecutors; advocacy work via media and liaison with relevant IGOs and NGOs;
    • Undertaking, managing and commissioning relevant legal research;
    • Developing and maintaining relations with donors and securing funding for each project; writing funding proposals, compiling budgets and monitoring expenditure within agreed budget limits; overseeing grant administration for each project and ensuring accurate and timely reporting to donors;
    • Representing the IBAHRI in the field and internationally to governments, judicial and legal communities, IGOs, NGOs, media and donors, including at a senior level, to enhance impact of programmes;
    • Drafting press releases, reports, briefings and articles to promote the objectives of IBAHRI and specific programmes; carrying out media work including providing interviews and articles to media outlets worldwide;
    • Managing involvement of IBA members and other legal experts in delivery of IBAHRI programmes.
    • Travelling as required Qualifications, knowledge and experience:
      Applications are invited from candidates with:

    • a law degree; preferably in human rights

    • at least three to five years of practical and varied legal experience, preferably in a fast-paced environment. Candidates with field experience in rule of law projects in human rights training programmes preferred;

    • experience in project management and fundraising;

    • experience in report writing and project administration;

    • strong analytical and writing skills, including the ability to write concisely and under pressure;

    • confident communication skills;

    • fluent written and spoken English; fluency in a second language;

    • demonstrated flexibility and versatility who are able to contribute to and work well in a team;

    • demonstrated innovative approaches and ability to multi-task;

    • willingness to travel. The position will have the following focus:
      In addition to the general duties and responsibilities of a Programme Lawyer, this position will have a particular focus on developing the IBAHRI’s projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. Candidates with experience in this region are preferred. Fluency in Portuguese would be an advantage. Other areas that may be involved include poverty and human rights, and the IBAHRI UN programme in Geneva.

    The position will be located at the IBA’s London office, and will involve frequent overseas travel.


    How to apply:

    If you would like to apply, please send your CV with a covering letter (stating where you saw the advertisement) by 26 January 2018 to:

    Lowri Williams, Office Manager
    International Bar Association 4th Floor
    10 St Bride Street London EC4A 4AD
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7842 0090
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7842 0091
    Email: recruitment@int-bar.org

    The closing dates for receipt of applications is 26 January 2018.

    Shortlisted candidates must be available for interview either in person in London or via Skype in the week commencing 5 February 2018.