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|[Saved] Yemen: Shelter Technical Coordinator YemenClosing date: 2017-03-17Organization: Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development Share|
|[Saved] Yemen: Psychosocial Technical Coordinator, Sanaa - YEMENClosing date: 2017-03-23Organization: Handicap International Share|
|[Saved] Yemen: AN HEALTH EXPERT - YEMENClosing date: 2017-03-31Organization: Action Contre la Faim France Share|
|[Saved] Yemen: Supply Chain Officer P2 - Cash Based Transfers (CBT)Closing date: 2017-04-30Organization: World Food Programme Share|
|[Saved] Yemen: Training and support coordinator (M/F) Yemen - DjiboutiClosing date: 2017-05-10Organization: Médecins du Monde Share|
|[Saved] Yemen: Proposal and Reports CoordinatorClosing date: 2017-12-31Organization: Save the Children Share|
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Yemen: Shelter Technical Coordinator Yemen
Closing date: 2017-03-17Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development
Closing date: 17 Mar 2017
Shelter Technical Coordinator - YEM
Type of contract
Fixed term Contract
6 months renewable
Security Risk Level
Very risky (4/4)
Since 1993, as an international non-governmental organization, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people s potential.
ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience; promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential.
We go the last kilometer: ACTED s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas. ACTED develops and implements programs that target the most vulnerable amongst populations that have suffered from conflict, natural disaster, or socio-economic hardship. ACTED s approach looks beyond the immediate emergency towards opportunities for longer term livelihoods reconstruction and sustainable development.
With a budget of 190 million EUR in 2015, ACTED is active in 35 countries and implements more than 495 projects a year reaching over11 million beneficiaries with 400 international staff and 4,300 national staff.
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Position context and key challenges
ACTED has been present in Yemen since early 2012, and implements activities in the central-western and central-southern regions. The presence of ACTED in Yemen has been anchored to the governorates of North of Yemen, North of Yemen, Raymah and Ad-Dhalee where, in the last three areas especially, the organisation has been virtually the only international actor directly implementing activities. ACTED now aims at further expanding its humanitarian assistance by reaching out to additional regions: the north in Saadah and Al-Jawf governorates, and the south around Taiz and Aden. These could notably serve as a base for future assessments and programming focused on malnutrition- and conflict-affected populations in Yemen. Through its comprehensive programming ACTED has been covering the full continuum of emergency, rehabilitation and development in Yemen. Emergency activities have focused in the sectors of Agriculture & Food Security (e.g. distribution of crop seeds, and livestock), Economic Recovery and Market Systems (e.g. income-generating activities such as cash for work), and WASH (e.g. rehabilitation of water supply facilities, hygiene promotion). ACTED s food security activities include distribution of food vouchers, which are a key component of ACTED s interventions in the country. With regard to rehabilitation and development, ACTED recently initiated work on the coffee value chain in Raymah governorate as a way to enhance the food security of local small producers. Through its active involvement in coordination mechanisms, ACTED has been a lead agency in the provision of humanitarian assistance in the three governorates in which it operates. The organisation is for instance the WASH Cluster focal point for North of Yemen and Raymah governorates, and a key partner of the WASH, Food Security and Agriculture, Nutrition and Early Recovery clusters. In addition, the organisation has been an elected member of the Humanitarian Country Team in early 2013.
ACTED s donors in Yemen are presently USAID/OFDA, ECHO, the European Commission, WFP, OCHA and UNICEF.
Key roles and responsibilities
The Technical Coordinator SHELTER is responsible for the provision of coordination and support as well as strategic planning and technical guidance on activities within the area of SHELTER. He/She plays a leading role in providing technical inputs to the SHELTER strategy and project development at the local and national level. Moreover, he/she supports the Project Teams in the planning, design, implementation, supervision, and potential expansion/development and administration of technical SHELTER interventions.
His/her main responsibilities will be:
Internal SHELTER Technical Support and Coordination
Staff Capacity Building
Required qualifications and technical competencies
Ability to work well and punctually under pressure
Educational background in relevant field.
2-3 years experience in project management.
Experience managing a culturally and nationally diverse team.
Strong computer skills in Microsoft excel, word, outlook, etc.
Experience in dealing with a local NGO partner in project implementation bringing technical support and demonstrating leadership in coordination meeting
Experience working in insecure contexts
Fluent English skills required
Arabic language preferred.
Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance are considered for pay bonus
Additional monthly living allowance
Free food and lodging provided at the organisation s guesthouse
Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance
Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package
How to apply:
Please send your application including cover letter, CV and references to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Yemen: Psychosocial Technical Coordinator, Sanaa - YEMEN
Closing date: 2017-03-23Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Handicap International
Closing date: 23 Mar 2017
Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.
For further information about the association: http://www.handicap-international.fr/
Present in more than 55 countries, Handicap International is composed of 2 operational directions:
- The Direction of Humanitarian Action (DAH)
- The Direction of Development Action (DAD)
CONTEXT OF THE MISSION
Yemen has been for long the poorest country in the Arab world. After the Arab Spring the humanitarian crises have intensified as a major humanitarian crisis of the moment since 2012 with almost half of the population being food insecure. This has created an increasing unrest among the population and discontentment with the government.
During the summer of 2014 the Shia minority group called Houthis has somehow taken control of several important cities, among them the capital Sana a. Meanwhile the Southern separatist movement increased their call for an independent south while Al Qaida and linked groups (mainly based in the South-Eastern parts of the country) are fighting Houthis and other groups including the internationally recognised government.
In January 2015, the Houthis overthrew the President Hadi government. Since the end of March of the same year, an international coalition of countries led by Saudi Arabia allied with the President temporarily exiled in Saudi Arabia, launched a military campaign against the advances of the Houthis in the country. So far the war has not seen any significant domination or win by one side or the other. This stalemate, the fighting, the regional powers struggle and the actions of extremist group and their national and international opponents are all contributing to the collapse of the humanitarian and economic situation. On-off peace talks since April 2016 have so far failed to make any significant progress in finding a political solution to the conflict.
The intervention of HI in Yemen consists in the support of health structures (hospital, rehabilitation services) in Sana a with the deployment of teams setting up:
- Rehabilitation activities: provision of assistive devices and specific trainings to health staff
- PSS activities to support injured persons
- Mainstreaming of inclusion and vulnerability within coordination forums and providing technical support to other humanitarian stakeholders
In addition, development of Mine Action through Risk Education, Awareness and possibly through clearance training is actively sought. Eventually, the set-up of advocacy mechanisms considering the country and regional environment is another major goal of the mission.
MAIN RESPONSABILITIES OF THE EXPATRIATE
1/ Technical support -Supporting and coordinating the provision of training to the social workers through direct provision of both formal and on the job trainings -Providing continuous technical support to the rehabilitation and social worker staff in its field of expertise -Providing technical support to the logistics department in your field of expertise, ensuring technical validation of psychosocial related devices; items and equipment, as needed
2/Representation and external coordination -Representation of HI towards local authorities regarding technical area of responsibility -Participation in all kind of coordination meetings locally (Government meetings, clusters, working group) -Reporting any relevant information related to Psychosocial matters to relevant stakeholders
3/Program strategy (in close link with the Project Managers, and Operations Coordinator) -Analysing psychosocial and protection related existing resources (facilities, HR, level of education, equipment, ) and needs in order to define the strategy together with the Coordinator of Operations, with the inputs of the PMs -Ensuring the technical relevance and quality of HI intervention related to your field of expertise -Ensuring delimitation of the emergency psychosocial intervention and protection related issues
4/Reporting -Writing technical situation and otherreports providing relevant data, analysis and recommendations related to your activities (statistic, review monthly objectives, etc.) as required -Supporting in writing donor reports (intermediate,final, ad hoc, as required)
5/Team Management -Line managing your field counterpart-the PSS Field Technical Adviser (ensuring objectives set, performance management, capacity building, etc) -Contributing to the effective management of the PSS operational team members from a technical perspective, in collaboration with their direct line management (PMs and Ops) -Contributing to the effective monitoring, management and delivery of donor projects (and internal HI activities), from a technical perspective
Based in Sanaa with displacements to Amman (depending on security constraints & Visa obtention)
SANAA : High level of insecurity with curfew and limited displacement, no entertainment activities, shared guesthouse/office.
AMMAN : Western and modern life, malls, restaurant, bars etc. Possibility to move in the countey during the WE (Petra, Wady Rum, etc.). No curfew, possibility to move in taxi from one place to another. Shared guesthouse with 1 or 2 others expatriates; office separated but available by feet.
- degree in Psychology, Psychosocial or Social Worker (cognitive behavioural therapy -CBT- preferred)
- at least 5 years of experience in the Psychosocial field
- demonstrable experience and/or understanding of the protection sector is necessary
- experience of training and technical supervision in the field of Psychosocial support and Protection with NGOs, preferably in an emergency context
- a previous experience in patient rehabilitation is a plus
- a previous experience in the field of vulnerability/disability in an emergency situation with INGOs is an asset
- experience in the region would be a strong asset
- strong communication and reporting skills
- strong organisational skills
- strong interpersonal and intercultural skills
- ability to work under high pressure
- english mandatory (oral and written), arabic would be an asset
- Starting date: 20th of May, 2017
- Length of the contract: 9 months
- Perdiem: 633,88 /month (net) in Amman, 550 /month (net) in Sanaa
- Hardship allowance: 500 /month (net) in Sanaa
- Insurances: medical health coverage, retirement planning, repatriation
- Paid holiday: 25 days per year
- R&R: 1 day/month (Amman), 5 days every 6 weeks (Sanaa)
- Status: single posting
How to apply:
Yemen: AN HEALTH EXPERT - YEMEN
Closing date: 2017-03-31Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Action Contre la Faim France
Closing date: 31 Mar 2017
We are looking for:
AN HEALTH EXPERT
Context:Yemen is one of the country with L3 emergencies in the world. The health and needs in the country are very high and the context is very challenging in regards to access to the communities. Recent WHO report shows only half of the health facilities are functional and providing primary health care services with significant shortage of medicine and supplies (only 30% of needed drugs & supplies are coming to th country) in Yemen (Nov 2016). Prevalence of diarrhea was found to be ranging from 35%-45% (SMART surveys 2015-16) in Hodeidah and Hajjah Governorate while difficulties in breathing were found to be more than 50%; measles 5-10% including ongoing cholera outbreaks. The current burden urges international partners to engage in the provision of primary health care services alongside Government health facilities to reach out the affected population mostly in out of reach areas. ACF has been providing integrated life saving IMCI, ANC/PNC services along with treatment of acutely malnourished children in Hodeidah, Hajjah governorate through nutrition and health mobile teams with support from ECHO, SIDA and UNICEF. In Hodeidah, ACF is running projects delivering health and nutrition services with support from ECHO, SIDA, and DFID. In 2017, ACF has significatnly focussed to align health interventions within the nutrition programs leading to scale up of life saving health interventions for sick children, pregnant and lactating women. ACF's health teams, working under Nut & Health Head of Department, comprised of Deputy HoD-Health, medical doctors, Nut & Health program managers, Deputy PM-Health, Nurses and midwives. Due to the significant scale up of health operations and diversed health context, ACF Yemen mission is aiming to enhance internal technical capacity of the current and newly recruited teams for provision of quality health services and be prepared for responding to the emerging health needs in country. Therefore, the health expert is expected to support Head of department in harmonizing the technical aproaches and protocols for the mission, developing implementation tools, technical skills of the teams and coach them on their roles and responsibilities.
Saana Base :Saana has 8-10 expatriates working at coordination level including technical and support department under the supervision of CD and DCD, with a tremendous team spirit and motivation. Security situation in Saana remained under close observation with access to other agencies including meetings but limited access to super markets.
Hodeidah Base: ACF base Hodeidah has a team of 4-5 expatriates staff working under the supervision of Field Coordinator. Security situation is stressed with sporadic air strikes and usually is under continous evaluation & monitoring which limits the social aspects of regular living i.e. limited personal movement outside office/guesthouse, meeting friends after office, shopping etc. Therefore, the applicant must have willingness to work in such security context with minimized social aspects of living.
Country:YEMEN - Saana and Hodeidah
Length of contract: 6 months (up to 12 months), starting as soon as possible**
The Position:Under the direct supervision of the Nutrition & Health Head of Department, you main objective will be to provide technical support to ACF project staff on health programme planning, implementation and coordination. More precisely, you will in charge to:
Assess and follow-up the health situation in Yemen, contribute to the design of projects, strategies
Monitor and coordinate programmes in the field of health, and contribute to capitalization
Provide technical training and support to the health programme teams
Represent Action Contre la Faim and its positioning in the field of nutrition and health and with governmental and local agencies
The Applicant:** You hold a degree on Medicine, Nurse and/or Public Health with strong experience in Integrated Management of Childhood Illness / Primary Health Care / ICCM.
You are recognized for your knowledge on recent global guidelines/recommendations on IMCI and reproductive health care service provision.
You must have experience in coaching and capacity building of field teams on PHC/ICCM/IMCI, monitoring and supervision. Excellent diplomacy, negotiation and representation skills are required thus team management experience (ideally remote management).
Fluent in English (spoken and written) is requested.
Gross monthly salary ranging from 1805 to 2305 depending on relevant experience
SPECIFIC ALLOWANCE (12% Gross Salary) IS GRANTED FOR THIS POSITION
Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance
25 days of annual paid leaves and 20 days of rest and recuperation (R&R) per year.
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Yemen: Supply Chain Officer P2 - Cash Based Transfers (CBT)
Closing date: 2017-04-30Application : Apply for the job
Organization: World Food Programme
Closing date: 30 Apr 2017
The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need.
We are seeking to fill the position WFP Supply Chain Officer Cash Based Transfers (CBT) at the P2 level, based in Sana a, Yemen.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)
* Ensure WFP supply chain staff understand their role and responsibilities in CBT at all times, including in emergency preparedness and response.
* Actively participate in Country Office (CO) CBT Working Groups and Operational Planning meetings to ensure a coordinated response (alongside in-kind transfers) special attention given to supply chain related requirements, operational risks and corresponding mitigation measures.
* Conduct macro supply chain assessment including all actors in the Country s food value chain (i.e. importers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers) to assure both reliability of supply and also to understand all contracting options available to WFP (important to include the sector s structure and capacity to deliver food assistance, including an outline of any supply chain blockages and/or risks).
* Coordinate the execution of the macro supply chain assessment with supply chain (procurement) in order for it to actively support the creation of an approved roster of suppliers.
* Consolidate and submit supply chain s active contribution (input) that leads to the final decision on transfer modality to be used (including also the most appropriate delivery mechanism).
* Conduct a thorough cost efficiency analysis of various food assistance transfer modalities (direct and indirect), including risks associated with each transfer modality.
* Lead requestor for the contracting of the most appropriate food supplier (importer, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer) that assures supply and provides cost efficiency in the delivery of food assistance (including but not limited to drafting the scope of works for relevant solicitations and the creation of objective evaluation criteria before tenders are issued).
* Ensure early warning and risk assessment of supply, across modalities, including but not limited to market capacity and elasticity, drivers of change and risk.
* Manage performance reviews of food suppliers (i.e. importers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers) against key performance indicators, including but not limited to food quality.
* Coordinate with other Units in CO including VAM, Programme, and supply chain (procurement) as required to assure successful assistance delivery, including early warnings of potential supply disruptions.
* Assess and monitor bottlenecks affecting retailer supply chain capacity (which may be of regulatory or infrastructural nature) and undertake measures to eliminate these bottlenecks to enable trade .
* Undertake reconciliation of voucher distributions working WFP relevant units. Certify retailer invoices against the appropriate supporting documentation and acknowledge receipt in WFPs corporate SAP system.
STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Advanced University degree preferably in Supply Chain Management, Engineering,Economics, Business Administration, Logistics, or other related field, or First University degree with additional years of related work experience and/or training/courses.
Language: Fluency (level C) in English language. Intermediate knowledge (level B) of a second official UN language: Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, and/or WFP s working language, Portuguese.
DESIRED EXPERIENCES FOR ENTRY INTO THE ROLE
* Minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible professional experience in supply chain management (preferably food supply chain)
* Private sector experience working with either an importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and/or retailer
* Coordination of supply chain activities with other units / teams
* Solicitation processes for food suppliers
* Conducted analytical and conceptual work in support of supply chain strategy design and implementation
* Coordinated periodic planning across functions and with partners
* Implemented supply chain improvement initiatives
* Supervised staff
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This role is eligible for Rest and Recuperation.
Rest and Recuperation breaks (R&R) are periods of special leave with full pay for the relief of stress, granted after a qualifying period to eligible individuals required to work at designated locations under hazardous, stressful and difficult conditions.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
26 February 2017
How to apply:
Yemen: Training and support coordinator (M/F) Yemen - Djibouti
Closing date: 2017-05-10Application : Apply for the job
Organization: M decins du Monde
Closing date: 10 May 2017
For more than 30 years, M decins du Monde, a campaigning medical organisation committed to international solidarity, has been caring for the most vulnerable populations at home and abroad. It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health-for-all policies. Those working for this independent organisation do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations of human dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living in precarious situations. MdM currently works in 44 countries across all continents where it focuses on 4 priority areas: caring for the health of migrants and displaced persons, promoting sexual and reproductive health, combating HIV and reducing the harm and risks associated with drug use, crises and conflicts.
After many years of internal tensions, the Yemeni conflict has escalated significantly since President Hadi was ousted from the capital and went into exile in February 2015. The country is torn between ascendant Houthis, remnants of the former regime, AQAP, and a secession movement in the south, and none are capable of controlling the entire country. Thus the country has become the theater of violent armed clashes between Houthis affiliated militants with militants remained loyal to President Hadi and supported by the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia. Since March 2015, the Arab coalition strikes constantly massively bombing Houthi positions.
Humanitarian consequences of this conflict are major and the situation of access to healthcare is alarming. In this context, MdM that is active in the country since 2007, is developing an emergency response based on 3 axis: the provision of health care services through the revitalization of health facilities in Sana'a governorate and in Ibb governorate; the provision of PHC (Primary health Care) and healthcare and psychosocial support services in main IDPs spots and in remote areas through mobile clinics and through a network of trained Community Health Volunteers.**
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Based in Djibouti, as the training and support coordinator for our mission in Yemen, you will be in charge of designing, piloting MDM capacity building strategy and providing technical support to the general coordinator based in Sanaa.
More in details:
- You carry out a competence assessment of the general coordinator and deputy general coordinator as well as a training plan
- You design training curricula based on the competences assessment
- You provide day to day support through remote control or during short missions in Yemen when possible (depending on the security context) and also during short visits of the general coordinator in Djibouti
- You are careful regarding the good understanding as well as the quality in the use of MDM tools (planning, monitoring, evaluation), the respect of procedures, the achievement of MDM operational objectives, reporting, security and team management
- You supervise the skills and the competences acquisition process through regular formal appraisal
- You supervise the training of the medical, administration, logistic team supporting the coordinators (Djibouti team) and therefore the general capacity building strategy of MDM for the Yemen mission
- You manage the support coordination team: medical coordinator trainer, logistics and administrative coordinator.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Status : Employee
Contract : Fixed-term contract
Duration : 6 months
- Position to be filled as soon as possible.
Position based in Djibouti with travels to Yemen (when possible regarding the security context).
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED:
Extensive experience in a similar position or extensive experience as general coordinator
Experience in supervision and management of expatriate and national team
Experience in emergency response, preferably in the Middle East or conflict context (working previously in Yemen or the Region is an asset)
Experience in capacity building and trainings
Experience in managing health program is an asset
Personal skills required
Excellent communication,listening and diplomacy skills
Pedagogy and organizational skills
Respectful, diplomatic and excellent interpersonal skills
Arabic and french: an asset
You are committed to MdM s values as an organisation and motivated by its non-statutory, NFP model.
TELEPHONE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
M decins du Monde reserves the right to fill the vacancy before the closing date for applications.
MdM stands up for the integration of people living with disabilities and fights against discrimination.
How to apply:
Yemen: Proposal and Reports Coordinator
Closing date: 2017-12-31Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 31 Dec 2017
Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.
Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.
Contract length: 24 Months
The role holder is envisioned to support the Awards Management Director in the development of proposals, concept notes and on-going documentation of the emergency response programs. The role of the Proposal and Reporting Coordinator is to ensure that programmes are developed and implemented using an integrated, cross-sectoral approach. The post holder will be expected to the lead the coordination between technical and operational teams to ensure that proposals are developed in coordination. Along with developing high quality proposals, the post-holder is also expected to work closely with program managers to document project achievements for donor reports.
Qualifications and experience
- MSc/Bachelors degree in Social Science/ Development/ Economics.
- Previous experience, at least 3 years of project management and project cycle management, including project design, implementation and evaluation.
- Excellent skills in proposals budgeting.
- Ability to analyse financial reports
- Experience of leading the preparation successful funding (narrative and budget) proposals and reports for donors, including ECHO, DFID and OFDA and Save the Children members. Understanding of CAP and Appeal processes
- Good understanding of donor compliance and SC reporting mechanisms and requirements
- Proven capacity to deliver training and coach staff
- Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability
- Excellent communication skills
- Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
- Fluent written and spoken English
- The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.
- Commitment to the aims and principles of Save the Children. In particular, a good understanding of the Save the Children mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support
- Language skills in Arabic
Experience or knowledge of working and living in relevant regions/contexts
We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
To see a full a job description, please visit our website at www.savethechildren.net/jobs
Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.
How to apply:
Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: 'A.Aloqaily.email@example.com'