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Adeso Project Video Producer / Photographer Job in Puntland, Somalia

Adeso is an expanding and vibrant African-based international organization, working with communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive.

Scope of Work: Adeso is seeking the services of a video producer/director/videographer to visually document the program’s areas of operation, showing how PROWOPP has impacted the target districts and beneficiaries.

The pictures and short video will be used to create awareness about the program’s achievements in the lead up to its closing in September 2014.

Photographs will be used in online and print publications.

The videos will be used online as well as shown and distributed for external use.

The consultant will be expected to travel to four regions of Puntland in Somalia (namely Bari, Mudug, Sanaag and Sool) and:

  • Take pictures of women councilors and women civil society members conducting activities that promote women’s participation in politics and peace building processes.
  • Carry out short 2-3 minute Vox-Pop type interviews with community members, Adeso staff, local authorities and Ministry of Women’s Development and Social Affairs officials about the impacts of PROWOPP on their lives.
  • Produce a project video that highlights accomplishments of the project to date.

    Qualifications

    It is expected that the consultant will have good understanding of video producer and documentation.

    The ideal candidate(s) should possess the following qualifications and experience:

  • Bachelor Degree in Communications or Equivalent subject;
  • Outstanding videography skills;
  • Outstanding photo and video editing skills;
  • Five years experience working in Somalia;
  • Proven ability to create and deliver effective training sessions;
  • Experience working in remote areas, experience in Somalia preferred;
  • Proven ability to work in multicultural environment.

    Consultancy Period: The consultancy will entail 10 days of work, with field travel from June 17th – 26th 2014.

    The 10 days include days required for preparation, reporting, and editing.. All travel, accommodation and meal expenses will be covered by Adeso.

    Application Process

    Applications should be submitted by 12th June 2014.

    The selection committee will review all applications as they arrive.

    All applicants must meet the minimum requirements described above, and those unable to meet these requirements will not be considered.

    Adeso is an equal opportunity employer.

    Each application package should include the following:

  • An application letter addressing the selection criteria including how the consultant’s previous experience matches the consultancy objectives as well as the interest for the position. It should also indicate the candidate’s availability and consultancy rates. The letter should be no longer than two pages.
  • A sample of recent work.
  • Updated CV including relevant work experience and qualifications.
  • Contact details of 2 references.

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

    All applications should be sent to Adeso at consultancy [at] adesoafrica.org with the subject line: Project Video Producer/Photographer

    Adeso will only respond to short-listed applicants.


    Chemonics - USAID East Africa Strengthening Somali Governance Project Jobs in Mogadishu, Somalia

    Chemonics International Inc., a leading international development consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. with more than 20 years of experience in East Africa, seeks experienced professionals for the anticipated USAID East Africa Strengthening Somali Governance Project.

    We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world and demonstrate leadership, versatility, and integrity in their work. The positions will be based in Mogadishu, Somalia.

    Experience working effectively in transition, fragile, and security-challenged country environments required, Somalia highly preferred. English fluency required, Somali language skills highly desired.

    Chief of Party

  • Minimum 10 years relevant experience with USAID or other donor-funded programs in a fragile or post-conflict environment
  • Advanced degree in a relevant social or administrative science required
  • Progressively responsible managerial background with at least 5 years managing projects of similar scale, scope, and technical focus and 1 year in a fragile state context
  • Successful track record as a proactive project director or chief of party who collaborates effectively with counterparts, other contractors, donors, and a culturally diverse workforce

    Deputy Chief of Party

  • Minimum eight years relevant experience with USAID or other donor-funded programs in a fragile or post-conflict environment
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant social or administrative science required; advanced degree preferred
  • Fluent in USAID policies and procedures regarding financial management and reporting, procurement processes, systems, and grants or grants under contract management
  • Experience in Africa with rapid transition programs in closed societies and insecure environments desirable; experience in Somalia highly preferred

    Legislative and Institutional Strengthening Team Leader

  • Minimum five years experience engaging legislative processes at the national and regional level and/or policymakers and/or civil servants in transitional, nascent, or weak government institutions
  • Experience with a USAID-funded project or similar international organization preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant social or administrative science required; advanced degree preferred

    Outreach and Citizen Engagement Team Leader

  • Minimum five years experience engaging civic actors, particularly women, youth, marginalized groups, and the media, with national, regional, or local level governments
  • Experience with a USAID-funded project or similar international organization preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant social or administrative science required; advanced degree preferred

    Grants Manager

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Minimum three years of experience in grants design and administration, management, and oversight required
  • Familiarity with contract management and grants management policies and procedures
  • Experience with small-scale civil works projects preferred

    Application Instructions:

    Please submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references to SomaliaSSGRecruit [at] gmail.com by June 13, 2014.

    Please indicate the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

    No telephone inquiries, please.

    Finalists will be contacted.


    SUNY / CID Long Term Consulting Opportunities Jobs in Somalia

    The State University of New York / Center for International Development (SUNY/CID) is currently accepting CVs from qualified individuals to provide long-term technical assistance on an anticipated USAID-funded Strengthening Somali Governance Project.

    The project will be headquartered in Mogadishu and will support development of more effective and accountable government institutions in Somalia including: support for the national parliament and regional deliberative bodies; support for select constitutional commissions and service providing ministries; and a public education initiative.

    We are looking for candidates for the following positions:

    Deputy Chief of Party

    Team Leader: Public Policy, Research and Public Finance

    Team Leader: Civil Society, Media and Public Education

    Team Leader: Gender

    Qualifications:

  • Substantive knowledge in the relevant field and extensive experience providing technical advice in the area of expertise;
  • Prior experience (5 years or more) providing technical assistance on donor-funded governance programs;
  • Advanced university degree in relevant field;
  • Political acumen and cultural sensitivity;
  • Proven track record in establishing and maintaining excellent working relations and cooperation with government officials and other stakeholders;
  • Prior experience in fragile states/sub-Saharan Africa preferred;
  • Fluency in English required. Somali language a strong plus.

    The Research Foundation of SUNY is a not-for-profit organization that administers contract and grant activity for SUNY. SUNY/CID is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.

    To apply, please e-mail the following:

  • Current curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Cover letter summarizing your credentials
  • Three professional references with name and contact information,

    USAID Contractor Employee Biographical Data Sheet (Form AID 1420-17) found here: SUNY / CID Long Term Consulting Opportunities Jobs in Somalia
    You may send these items to either cidinfo [at] albany.edu or fax to 518-443-5126 and refer to "Somalia Consultant" in the subject line.

    No phone calls will be accepted.


    Qualified People Needed for a Catering and Camp Management Project in Somalia

    Project Manager (Code 001):

  • Must be a high qualified Project Manager.
  • Very good experience in remote-sites and multi-sites projects
  • Good experience in similar projects, involving management of catering, security, maintenance, medical
  • Experience Managing subcontractors, 10+ years’ experience in a fast paced, Operations / inventory based environment.
  • Previous experience in managing operations in remote locations is mandatory.

    Logistics Manager (Code 002):

  • To plan, implement and control the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers’ requirements.
  • Master’s degree in Logistics and Supply chain Management preferred.
  • Minimum 7-8 years of relevant warehouse experience.

    Trauma Medics - 4 (Code 003):

  • To provide optimal care for injured patients.
  • Must be certified.

    Head Chef (Code 004):

  • Manage the kitchen and the kitchen staff.
  • Certificate in Food Production and Kitchen training.
  • Diploma or equivalent in food hygiene.
  • Previous experience in managing a camp kitchen

    Administration and Finance Officers - 3 (Code 005):

  • With 2-3 years of relevant experience and Qualification.

    Chefs - Multi Cuisine – 20 (Code 006):

  • Must have experience in cooking multi cuisines for 200+ people.

    Bakery Staff – 20 (Code 007):

  • 4 – 6 years of relevant experience in managing/working in a bakery

    Maintenance Team (Code 008):

  • Required Maintenance Supervisors, Bricklayers (2), Plumber/ Sewage (5), carpenter / handymen (6), HVAC -Air con (4), Electricians (4).

    Camp Manager (Code 009):

  • Responsible for running and supervising the worker’s accommodation

    Security Supervisors (Code 010):

  • with 8-10 years of relevant experience

    Other Positions (Code 011):

  • Guard Commander,
  • Junior Cooks,
  • Cleaners and Kitchen staff
  • Vehicle Mechanics,
  • Drivers,
  • Security Guards ( 6 each)

    We offer excellent package.

    Please mention the code in subject line and send us your CV in word format at hrmgd14 [at] gmail.com, mentioning your current/ expected salary and notice period.

    Please note all positions are single status positions, based in Somalia.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


    Relief International Capacity Building Project Manager and Job in Baidoa, Somalia

    Relief International is an international humanitarian organization which responds worldwide, with vital lifesaving relief and development programs for vulnerable people affected by natural disasters and conflicts.

    1. Capacity Building Project Manager - National Position

    General Objective and responsibilities:

    In that perspective, the position will be tasked with leading and ensuring quality implementation of the Participatory Capacity Development Project of the local nutrition partners in Bay region of Somalia under CHF Somalia funding.

    More precisely, the post holder will be asked to:

    Organize local Capacity Building program

  • Identify and invite local partners working in nutrition programs in Bay region of Somalia.
  • Liaise with the regional and district administration and enhance common understanding of the project objective and expected results.
  • Develop training plan and document on all the planned trainings and share with identified participants.

    Review and develop training materials adapted to Somalia context

  • Review of training materials available at local level, as well as literature specific to Somalia context.
  • Lead the finalization-validation of the IMAM, IYCF and NNHP training materials in line with existing guidelines and proposed strategy.
  • Develop power points presentations, hand-outs and case-studies

    Lead in the design and implementation of IMAM,IYCF and NHHP training, and support implementation and co-facilitate baseline assessment and final evaluation of the project.

  • Organize and facilitate IMAM, IYCF and NHHP trainings integrating field-case studies
  • Plan and execute the practical placements of the participants in coordination with the local partners.
  • Liaise with other international organizations with experience in CMAM and NiE programming to promote their active participation and regional humanitarian coordination.
  • Support as co-facilitator in the baseline assessment and final evaluation of the project.

    Manage human and financial resources of the project.

  • Develop job description for the project officer and lead the recruitment process.
  • Ensure the training and coaching of the project officer and the entire participant of the capacity building project.
  • In coordination with the health and nutrition programs coordinator, manage activity budgets, control expenditures and supervise the routine management.

    Participate in internal/external coordination, ensure timely reporting and develop operations

  • Represent RI in meeting and thematic forums and participate in technical meetings
  • Ensure timely and high quality reporting as per CHF proposal requirements
  • Further investigate capacity building needs, evaluate inputs, outputs and lessons learnt and produce draft report.

    Support building RI and/or local partners staff capacities

  • Support development of training materials adapted to capacities and training of the project officer and the local partners’ nutrition workforce.
  • Support in planning and implementation of appropriate training curriculum for staff

    Support other Health and Nutrition programs in Somalia.

  • The position is expected to significantly contribute to development, management and coordination of RI health and nutrition programs in Somalia; as a signed by his/her line manager.

    Qualification and previous experience:

  • Degree in Health and/or Nutrition
  • Significant experience in CMAM programming, IYCF as well as NHHP is compulsory.
  • Successful applicants will demonstrate a broad range of experiences in designing and facilitating technical trainings as well as developing training materials.
  • Excellent English and Somali language communication and presentation skills are a must.
  • Demonstrated creativity, ability to apply innovative thinking and problem solving skills
  • Strong computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Ability to work calmly, efficiently and represent the organization with a high degree of professionalism
  • Ability to multi-task and to work independently and as a member of the team.

    2. Logistics and Administration Officer

    The Logistics and Administration Officer will provide Logistical, HR and administrative support to Relief International in Baidoa and South Central operation areas, particularly in Baidoa office. This is a field based position and will be directly managed by the Capacity Building Project Manager with technical support from Logistics and HR/ Admin departments.

    Key responsibilities:

    Procurement:

  • Coordinate all procurement activities in the project and ensure full compliance to policies, guidelines and regulations.
  • Ensure that procurement tracking is current and updated and the procurement processes are fully complied to.
  • Ensure timely and accurate logistic reporting to the project manager.
  • Continuously assess the market for new procurement opportunities.
  • Ensure timely delivery of program supplies to the field sites in line with the project implementation.
  • Assist in developing, monitoring and review of procurement plans.

    Transport / travel:

  • Manage and coordinate vehicles and drivers used by the Baidoa office team and participate in hiring additional vehicles when necessary.
  • Ensure the driver fill in the log sheets accurately and on daily basis.
  • Arrange for road transportation when necessary and ensure that the vehicles are periodically schedules for maintenance.

    Warehousing / Assets:

  • Ensure that all assets and equipment are used in Baidoa and are properly assessed and documented (including physical location and condition) to contribute to an updated country program asset register.
  • Ensure that all documentation is complete and stored in readiness for external and internal audit requirement.
  • To carry out periodic stock checks and to provide physical count of random items in storage. To manage all paper work related to stored items, including stock cards, delivery and receipt papers.
  • Coordinate with the landlord for maintenance of the buildings in RI use.

    Communication / IT:

  • Ensure that proper tracking of equipment out of for maintenance is followed.
  • Provide technical supervision of drivers for matters related to safety and security.

    Security:

  • Working with the PM,provide all staffs with regular security briefing and updates, to ensure that all staffs adhere to security policies and procedures.
  • Supervise the security guards performance in Baidoa office.
  • Ensure that field communications needs are met and that staffs are trained on the use of the radios and other communications equipments as necessary.

    Administration and Human Resources

  • Assist the Project Manager in organizing project related workshops and meetings in terms of logistics and any other necessary preparations;
  • Coordinate with other staff members to ensure the offices, warehouses and field sites are adequately equipped and supplied;
  • Maintain project documents and information with confidentiality, ensuring that all records pertaining to the project are properly completed and stored in a secure place;
  • Work with finance to manage staff payroll for staff in Baidoa, this also includes payments and record keeping of the payroll, timesheets and pay slips etc.

    Training/orientation of staff:

  • Ensure orientation and induction of new staff is completed upon arrival to Baidoa.
  • Support in recruitment of staff within the region.
  • Ensure staff records and documentation is up to date and share the necessary HR matrixes, reports, surveys and documents ( leave, performance reviews) with the HR team in Mogadishu and Garowe.
  • Ensure compliance of policies and other donor regulations related to HR and administration.
  • Provide regular briefings/trainings to national staff on compliance, guidelines, preventative security measures and conduct in the office.
  • Ensure that all necessary measures are taken to provide RI employees with a safe working environment as detailed in existing guidelines and policies.

    Required Qualifications and Experiences

  • University Degree/Diploma in business administration / Logistics or supply chain management or Human Resources
  • Minimum 2 years proven work experience procurement and logistics, Administration, HR and IT management within a busy working environment such as financial institute or INGOs
  • Good command English language
  • Good computer and writing skills.
  • Supportive personnel management style.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • High level of integrity and ability to work as part of a professional team
  • Ability to work under high pressure to meet tight deadlines.
  • May also be required to travel to other project sites from time to time.

    How to Apply

    Applications should be sent to: mohamed.essa [at] ri.org and copied to: issack.hussein [at] ri.org, bashiir.ali [at] ri.org, and abdi.iman [at] ri.org.

    Deadline of applications will be 15th of June 2014 at 5:00 pm.

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    Note: All applications should be through emails; no hand delivered applications will be accepted. Please indicate the post you are applying for and the location in the subject line…e.g., "Capacity Building Project Manager-Baidoa"

    Relief International is an Equal opportunity employer.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated to.


    Cesvi Jobs

    Position 1: Project Manager

    Code: 11_2014 PM SOMAND

    Location: Hargeisa, Somaliland

    Duration: 5 months

    In this project, Cesvi will work directly in Bari and Sanaag to support 3,000 households to improve pastoralist and fishing livelihoods.

    It has been esteemed that 28,000 individuals will benefit directly from the project and 100,000 individuals will benefit indirectly.

    The project will focus on:

    Lack of inputs, which will be addressed through animal health improvements, fodder production, cash grants to pastoralist dropouts and improvements in fodder storage at the household level Lack of access to markets, which will be addressed through the purchase of fodder through a voucher system Deteriorating marine productivity will be addressed through support to fishermen in terms of both technical skills and equipment.

    Job Description

    Program

  • Implement food security program targeted at pastoralist and fishing communities
  • Ensure that current and potential needs of beneficiaries in the programmatic plan are met
  • Set program objectives and targets and guide staff towards programmatic achievement
  • Oversee all aspects of the program, and be responsible for the quality of program delivery and outputs
  • Ensure an effective M&E system is in place and in use for all activities and projects of the program and oversee continual improvement in assessment and communication of impact
  • Coordinate all aspects of programming with other programs and initiatives as appropriate
  • Establish and develop links with government and NGOs in the fields of community service, income generation/economic empowerment
  • Report to the Country Director about activity progress, issues, risks and constraints on a weekly basis
  • Lead weekly program management meeting.

    Operational and Financial Oversight

  • Supervise operational aspects of the program and ensure that Cesvi protocols and procedures are applied and respected
  • Ensure proper maintenance of procurement consistent with Donors and Cesvi policies and guidelines
  • Monitor all program financial expenditures and prepare forecasts
  • Ensure that cash management practices and recordkeeping are in accordance with donor and Cesvi regulations
  • Contribute to the timely preparation and submission of reports (narrative and financial) to donors.

    Personnel Management

  • Ensure effective selection, orientation and supervision of staff
  • Ensure personnel files are current and policies are understood and properly followed
  • Conduct performance assessments, build the capacity of the teams through training and on-the-job coaching and provide feedback regularly and appropriately.

    Required Competencies

  • Three years of relevant work experience in developing countries and in cooperation;
  • Extensive previous food security experience, in Somalia (Puntland/Somaliland context preferred);
  • Knowledge of the Somali context;
  • Extensive knowledge of procurement and logistics of food security material (seeds, tools, etc) and relevant donor procedures;
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of stakeholders and to develop consensus and partnerships.

    Desirable Competencies

  • Master's degree in Agriculture or related field
  • Knowledge of pastoralist communities
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken)
  • Flexibility

    How to Apply

    Project Manager

    Closing Date: 14/06/2014

    Position 2: Logistician / Security Officer

    Code: 15_2014 LOG RDC

    Location: Bunia, DRC

    Duration: 6 months (renewable)

    The Logistician / Security officer will be based in Bunia with severals mission to the field as to monitoring the bases and replace the PM when necessary.

    Tasks:

    Logistics:

  • Offices and field locations management: responsible for all compound constructions and provision of utilities, ensuring standard health and safety regulations
  • Transport management: management of vehicle fleet, ensuring effective and efficient and safe transport planning.
  • Assure that registration/insurance documents are up to date, log books completed and fuel consumption monitored
  • Warehousing: management of project stocks in accordance with Cesvi standard warehouse management regulations
  • Asset management: tracking and recording of all Cesvi assets in the project.
  • Communications: manage and follow up all communications equipment, ensuring continuous means of communication with the capital

    HR/Administration:

  • Selection and management of local team and capacity building of Cesvi DRC Oriental Province national staff in logistics

    In collaboration with the Project Manager:

  • S/he will implement all the local procurements complying with Cesvi procedures and the rules established by the different donors and the country regulations, paying special attention to taxation and labour laws.
  • S/he will contribute to the efficient organization of the office and will correctly file both the necessary project documents and the evidence of the activities outside the project (specially contracts, expenses receipts and other useful documents, both in paper and computerized)
  • S/he will prepare the project periodical and final documentation following the rules established by the donors and the requested HQ's procedures

    Database of Local Suppliers:

  • S/he will set up and maintain a database of local suppliers, detailing criteria of quality, price, service, ethics etc.
  • S/he will follow up Procurement Procedures, conforming to procurement guidelines
  • S/he will undertake quotations or launch Calls for Tender

    Coordination:

  • S/he will represent Cesvi with local authorities, NGOs and UN agencies if necessary
  • S/he will attend coordination and cluster meetings as necessary

    Security:

  • S/he will advise the staff on all safety and security aspects of and contribute to the fulfilment of the objectives of Cesvi's mission
  • S/he will be responsible for the implementation of Cesvi Security Policy and provide to HQ Security Advisor with updated strategic analysis of political and/or military context, developments and possible impact on Cesvi operations and environment
  • S/he will identify mitigating safety and security measures, suggest and advise on implementation
  • S/he will work on maintaining or improving access for ongoing and new CESVI program
  • S/he will identify shortcomings and conduct capacity building to improve national security staff
  • S/he will revise Cesvi Security Plans for field bases and train all staff to ensure a thorough understanding, awareness and adherence to the plan
  • S/he will liaise (communicate, exchange information, and co-operate) on security issues with relevant (predominantly local) external actors in the areas of current and potential Cesvi programme implementation.

    Required Competencies

  • Minimum 2 years of working experience in insecure environments; preferably in Africa.
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Extensive experience in logistics and security
  • Ability to train, mobilize, and manage both international and national staff
  • Ability to work well in unstable and frequently changing security environments
  • Willingness to work and live in remote areas under basic/harsh conditions
  • Flexibility and ability to multi-task under pressure
  • Proven ability to work creatively and independently both in the field and in the office
  • Documented experience in international operations on security and operational planning
  • Experience in liaising with community and government authorities as well as with regional, national and international institutions
  • Experience in political, gender and cultural awareness, community – NGO relationships
  • Demonstrated communication and organizational skills
  • Advanced proficiency in French - written and spoken

    Desirable Competencies

  • Previous experience in Africa or in DRC, possibly in Emergency contexts
  • Knowledge of European Union, ECHO and UNDP administrative and procurement procedures
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work cooperatively

    How to Apply

    Logistician / Security Officer

    Closing Date: 25/06/2014

    Position 3: Head of Mission

    Code: 09_2014 Head of Mission RDC

    Location: Bunia, East RDC

    Duration: 9 months

    S/he will coordinate the emergency intervention with a specific attention to strategic planning of W&S activities in coordination with cluster and donor.

    The Head of Mission will work under the direct supervision of CESVI HQ Desk Officer.

    Main tasks:

  • S/He will represent CESVI vis-à-vis Donors, partners (including Alliance 2015), stakeholders, clusters and any other networks aiming at raise Cesvi's profile in the area
  • S/he will be responsible to set the strategic vision and direction of Cesvi in Easter RDC to serve more people with the highest quality programming possible, and secure the necessary resources to ensure its realization, expanding Cesvi activities in Kivu
  • S/He will coordinate the PMs and support the Country Administrator and the Logistic responsible in managing the base. Special attention should be given to development of national staff capacities to build a cadre of skilled and committed personnel
  • S/He will undertake monitoring mission to project activities in the field
  • S/He will ensure operational excellence to achieve optimal efficiency and cost effectiveness in all functions and operations of the country office, whether quality/technical assistance, finance, material resource management, growth, administration, information technology, audit, etc..
  • S/He will work in close in collaboration with the Country Administrator and the PMs in budgeting, forecast and control of financial flows
  • S/He will coordinate and actively participate in project proposal definition and preparation
  • S/He will guarantee that all the activities are in line with Donors and CESVI procedures and rules (Security Manual, Overseas Offices Administration Manual, Logistics Manual, Visibility and Communication Manual).

    Required Competencies

  • 4 year experience in foreign countries and emergency projects
  • Strong experience with NGO procedures, approaches, and operations
  • Demonstrated experience in same position, preferably in Sub Saharian Africa in emergency and post emergency context.
  • Good knowledge of procurement procedures of different donors and in particular of EU
  • Excellent abilities in dealing with donors for presentation and negotiation of project proposals
  • Proven experience in projects writing (from assessment to final presentation)
  • Good communication skills with ability to work closely with CESVI local staff, beneficiaries and partners
  • Detail oriented, highly flexible and strong organizational and leadership skills
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Good skills in staff management
  • Adaptability to hard living conditions
  • Qualification in Water and sanitation/ Engineering/Environment
  • Ability to supervise Water and Sanitation programs challenges in rural areas and knowledge of the basic requirements for an effective and sustainable water and sanitation project
  • Excellent knowledge of French and English (written and spoken)
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, accounting software

    Desirable Competencies

  • Knowledge of RDC and/or other complex areas (previous experience is an asset)
  • Experience in WASH (FS and protection sectors surplus value)
  • Strong experience in M&E and capacity building of National staff
  • Previous experience as Country Representative/head of Mission
  • Experience/knowledge of main Donors (ECHO, UE, UNDP, OFDA/USAID)

    How to Apply

    Head of Mission

    Closing Date: 25/06/2014

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