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|[Saved] Belgium: Public Partnership Manager, P-4, Brussels, Belgium, #99925Closing date: 2017-02-02Organization: UN Children's Fund Share|
|[Saved] Belgium: Mobile Implementation Officer (MIO) UniField Supply (f/m)Closing date: 2017-02-03Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières Share|
|[Saved] Belgium: Mobile Implementation Officer (MIO) MSF Medical Doctor Mentor Lector (f/m)Closing date: 2017-02-06Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières Share|
|[Saved] Belgium: ABA ROLI Director, ABA EU Representative OfficeClosing date: 2017-02-10Organization: American Bar Association Share|
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Belgium: Finance and Administration Manager
Closing date: 2017-01-31Application : Apply for the job
Closing date: 31 Jan 2017
**The Finance and Administration Manager will be part of the Operations Team and report to the COO. She/he will be responsible for financial and administration management and contribute to maintaining and improving operational systems and processes in support of the overall organization.
More specifically the Finance & Administration Manager will be in charge of:
Manage cash controls and ensure bookkeeping and financial dashboards are up to date, liaison with the accountant
Perform finance analysis (to identify and resolve issues, gaps and variances) and reporting
Contribute to developing financial policies that ensure operational effectiveness
Contribute to the development of quarterly and annual budgets
Manage payroll, including calculation of accrued benefits
Ensure account receivables and payables activities are performed accurately and on time
Oversee the preparation of financial statements, offers, reports and invoices
Ensure all important documentation related to the Finance/HR/Administration function is well kept
Manage contracts with suppliers (premises, insurances, consultants, etc.)
Provide support in reviewing client contracts
Help prepare audits and requests for financial subsidies
Support the team organizing travels
Ensure data integrity in all financial reporting
Skills & Competencies
University degree in Finance, Business Administration, Management or equivalent
3-5 years of experience in financial & administration management in a small-medium size company or NGO
Excellent computer skills and proficient in Excel and Powerpoint
Proficiency in accounting
Knowledge of bilateral and multilateral aid agencies framework agreement is an asset
Experience in human resources and knowledge of Belgian Labour Law is an asset
Readiness to perform some administrative and low skills tasks to start with
Highly motivated, autonomous and observant
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Detail oriented, highly organized, follow through
Problem solver, flexible
Fluent in English and French
What do we offer
A place where you can expand your skillset and be part of an exciting and growing company. A job that can evolve as the company progresses. We offer a competitive package, including stock options, a dynamic workplace (with offices located in ICAB, a Brussels tech incubator), a friendly environment, team retreats, exchange and learning opportunities.**
How to apply:
Send your resume and a short summary of why your applying to firstname.lastname@example.org
Belgium: Public Partnership Manager, P-4, Brussels, Belgium, #99925
Closing date: 2017-02-02Application : Apply for the job
Organization: UN Children's Fund
Closing date: 02 Feb 2017
If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.
For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.
Organizational Context of the Position
UNICEF PPD Brussels Office manages UNICEF's relationship with the European Institutions (namely the European Commission including DG DEVCO, ECHO, NEAR; HOME; the Council of the EU; the European External Action Service; the European Parliament; and the Committee of the Regions) in order to make children a priority for EU institutions in terms of their policies and financial allocations. The Office is responsible for analyzing the EU funding environment and various financial instruments with a view to identifying, leveraging and mobilizing quality resources in support of UNICEF's Strategic Plan. The Office strives to profile UNICEF as a strategic partner and a broker of knowledge for children and women issues towards the EU Institutions with a clear positioning for an up-stream policy role and a results driven approach. The Office also works to enhance Country and Regional Offices understanding of UNICEF's partnership with the European Institutions while supporting their strategic interactions with respective EU Delegations and ECHO offices both at country and regional levels. The Office also closely coordinates with other UN agencies with a presence in Brussels.
Purpose of the Position
The Partnership Specialist serves as a source of support and advice on strategic engagement vis a vis EU Development and Humanitarian Policies and Programmes, ODA and AID architecture. Responsible for developing engagement/resource mobilization strategies and approaches to the European Union; acts as a focal point for risks linked to programme implementation, and coordinates and manages all phases of EU-UNICEF cooperation partnership including contribution management from formulation to delivery of results in accordance with the UNICEF Strategic Plan, standards of performance and accountability framework, ethics and integrity.
Key Accountabilities and Duties & Tasks
1. Technical and Policy Dialogue with EU Institutions on Development Cooperation and ODA
3. Technical Guidance, Policy Advice and Coordination
Qualifications of Successful Candidate
Competencies of Successful Candidate
To view our competency framework, please click here.
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.
How to apply:
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=502375
Belgium: Mobile Implementation Officer (MIO) UniField Supply (f/m)
Closing date: 2017-02-03Application : Apply for the job
Organization: M decins Sans Fronti res
Closing date: 03 Feb 2017
UniField is an Information System project aiming to replace the existing field management tools with a new solution (ERP) that will integrate finance and supply, and be shared by all coordination s and projects in the field. The MSF Operational Center of Brussels started his deployment phase since January 2015.
As member of the OCB UniField deployment team, the mission of the Unifield Supply MIO is to implement the Supply module of the software in the field, performing mapping analyses, transfer knowledge and support to the users in the field.
Under the direct supervision of :
The Unifield deployment manager for all deployment aspect of the project
The Unifield Supply technical referent for all technical aspect of the project
The MIO Unifield Supply will be required to perform the following main activities:
Mapping analyze at HQ and field to prepare the deployment phase
Software Supply configuration and Db migration / management
Design training materials
Training and coaching for users in the missions
Support the users for change management and new work organization
Provide onsite regular reports, with extensive feedback & recommendations to the Unifield Supply Deployment officer and the UniField Supply Unit Support
Ensure good coordination with the Finance team with an integrated approach for deployment
Enforce & monitor the implementation in the field of all conditions required to deploy properly the Supply module and ensure a smooth transition from the existing software to UniField
Capitalize all deployment related documentation for the project
Develop the basic competences of the finance module
MSF Supply experience
University degree or equivalent professional qualification in supply management
Experience in training (hands on coaching and giving trainings to various levels of staff)
Familiar with testing and monitoring system quality
Experience in ERP system and Db management (an advantage)
Understanding and experience in guiding change processes (an advantage)
Attention to details, strong analysis and synthesis
Good communication skill, flexibility and solution oriented
Working knowledge of computer tools, especially Excel and Project office
Good level of English and French, both written and spoken;
- 1 year MIO contract(with possible extension)
- Based in Brussels but mainly carried out (up to 70% of the time) in the field - Full time (100%)
- Field position : salary according to MSF-OCB Field salary scale + recuperation leaves**Starting** : February / March 2017
How to apply:
Application (CV + cover letter) to be sent to Recruit-HQ-DG@brussels.msf.org-
Deadline for applicationsFebruary 2017 the 3rd
Belgium: Mobile Implementation Officer (MIO) MSF Medical Doctor Mentor Lector (f/m)
Closing date: 2017-02-06Application : Apply for the job
Organization: M decins Sans Fronti res
Closing date: 06 Feb 2017
A motion was voted at the OCB Gathering June 2015, stating that there is an urgent need to formalize, accredit and further develop medical and para-medical training and education in MSF for all staff, with a strong focus on national staff capacity.
The role of the Medical Academy MIO MSF Experienced Medical Doctor for Clinicians (nurses and Medical Doctor)in the broader set up of the MSF Medical Academy is to support the MSF Medical Advisor in the practical implementation of the motion stated above. So your role will be to implement, monitor and evaluate impact of the MSF Medical academy educational programs
You will work in tandem with an experienced MSF Medical Doctor. This person will go through the whole process described below together with you and won t necessarily have an academic background in professional teaching. So it will be for you to support him/her to get familiarized with specificities of a Mentor /lector. It will be for the experienced MSF Medical Doctor to support you to get acquainted with the MSF specificities of OPD consultations and IPD ward rounds.
By doing so we want to create in house expertise in professional clinician mentorship and to create a comfortable and challenging working atmosphere that allows both parties to learn from each other and stay for a longer period on board with us in this project.**
Academic team from nursing school institutions.
Field team in the project (national and international staff).
Technical advisors in the medical department.
Learning and development unit.
In the preparation phase of pilot project in Belgium
Preparation of the paramedical and medical staff evaluation system
Develop the practical skills test for the paramedical and medical staff (scoring system based on Standard Operating Procedure applied during OPD consultations and IPD ward rounds).
Develop the theoretical test for the paramedical and medical staff (focusing on general knowledge on how to structure consultations, guiding principles in making appropriate diagnoses, patient safety, signs of severity, complex patient management, etc.)
Develop the Attitude and behavioral test for the paramedical medical clinicians.
Preparation of the practical aspects of the evaluation system and transcribe the results into an objective measurable scoring system.
To compose the different thematic/content of the different curricula of Continuous Medical Development courses for the different level of clinicians (Medical Doctors and nurse clinicians).
To compose the different content of the courses for the different level of clinicians responsible for inpatient care (Medical doctors and Clinical officers).
To develop learning methods for academic classes and practical classes (skills lab), identify the materials needed, work out a time frame for the learning program, etc.
At the start of the pilot project on field level: Gap analysis/ O scoring of national paramedical staff
Practical set up of the test on field level (organizing material, equipment, and mannequin in the skills lab, observations during the OPD consultations and observations made during ward rounds).
Actual evaluation of nurse clinicians, Medical Doctors and Clinical Officers on project level (practical skills, theoretic knowledge and behavioral attitude aspects).
Analyze results and report outcomes
At the development phase of an individual tailored learning program
Based on the results of the evaluation system
Development of a training strategy that is most adapted to have impact on quality of care in of the OPD consultation and IPD ward rounds.
Work out a pedagogical methodology that takes in consideration the actual qualifications of the student (create a tailored learning path). Can be short courses, workshop on a specific subject, etc.
Develop a time frame for implementation and evaluation.
Fine tune and adapt where needed the content of the different thematic modules.
In development with the international field staff fine tune and adapt the content of different thematic modules.
In collaboration with the different advisors in the medical department integrate curriculum content ( look into the content of existing short courses developed by the different medical referents)
Look into the possibility to find facilitators who can support you facilitating certain modules. Those facilitators can come from the MSF academy existing network in the African continent and the medical advisors in the medical department.
At the implementation phase of the individualized training program
Organize academic classes and lector.
Organize the practicalities of the interventions done by other facilitators who will help to facilitate certain modules.
Organize sufficient clinical contact hours with the students and mentor.
Organize regular written and practical exams.
Collect, analyze and report obtained data on regular basis.
Adapt where needed the educational program
At the evaluation phase of the pilot program
Repeat the evaluation process in collaboration with the academic partners to measure difference between before and after (practical skills, theoretical knowledge, attitude and behavior).
Compile the data and produce a final report with results, conclusions and recommendations.
Repeat scoring on regular basis to follow up impact.
To propose subjects for operational research.
We are looking for
Medical Doctor with minimal 3 years experience as lector/mentor in OPD consultations and IPD wards rounds in a tropical disease setting.
Having followed a specific teacher training program of minimal 1 year is desired.
Being up to date with modern I.T is indispensable
Able to step out from the ideal set up and adapt to poor resource settings.
Capacity to adapt to different contexts and variable workload
Autonomous planning, organization and coordination once main directions are defined.
Bilingual French-English (written and spoken)
What we offer
1 year MIO contract(with possible extension)
Based in Brussels but mainly carried out (up to 70% of the time) in the field - Full time (100%)
Field position : salary according to MSF-OCB Field salary scale + recuperation leaves
Starting February 2017
How to apply:
Deadline for applications 6th of February 2017
Application (CV + cover letter) to be sent to HQ-DG@brussels.msf.orgwith MIO Medical Doctor Mentor Lector in the subject.
Belgium: ABA ROLI Director, ABA EU Representative Office
Closing date: 2017-02-10Application : Apply for the job
Organization: American Bar Association
Closing date: 10 Feb 2017
Serves as principal representative of the American Bar Association (ABA) in Brussels, leading efforts to develop ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ROLI) relations with bilateral European and EU donor agencies and representing the ABA in European fora relating to the legal profession and rule of law development.
In coordination with senior staff of ABA ROLI, cultivate awareness of and support for ABA international legal development programs among European policymakers and donor agencies.
Work with ABA ROLI s Outreach Office and the ABA s Communications and Media Relations Division to advance a strategy that enhances ABA ROLI s profile among EU policy-makers, prospective donors, and the EU international development community.
As a member of the ABA ROLI Senior Staff, work with other members of the ABA ROLI senior management team in Washington, DC to implement the ROLI strategic plan.
Represent the ABA in European policymaking fora relating to regulation of the legal profession and global rule of law development.
Manages personnel and resources of the office, in accordance with applicable policies and regulations.
Coordinate with and advise other ABA entities regarding their European programming and membership outreach activities.
Perform other related duties as required.
Possession of a Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school, a comparable degree from a recognized foreign law school, or a Master s degree from an accredited college or university.
At least ten years experience in relevant professional settings, including engagement with European policy-makers and donor agencies.
Experience interacting with key European government and EU actors.
Fluency in English and French.
- Experience working in the European international development sector and garnering European and EU grant funding for international development projects.
- Experience in the fields of international rule of law development, human rights, humanitarian assistance, or international law enforcement.
- Experience working in international nonprofit organizations and/or professional associations.
- Knowledge of other European languages.
*Due to the high volume of applications received, we are only able to follow up with candidates who are selected for interviews. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and this position may be filled prior to the close date.*
How to apply:
Austria: Advocacy Communications Advisor (f/m), min 5 yrs experience in journalism or communications in the area of advocacy
Closing date: 2017-02-19Application : Apply for the job
Organization: SOS Children's Villages International
Country: Austria, Belgium, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 19 Feb 2017
Location:Vienna, Brussels or London
Mission and Position Purpose:
Working within the team responsible for Strategic Communications, the Advocacy Communications Advisor contributes to effective strategic positioning of SOS Children s Villages International, supporting the attainment of advocacy objectives of the federation.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Developing a communications strategy that supports SOS Children s Villages in reaching its advocacy objectives
Translating complex policy and advocacy messages for external audiences
Working with the organisation s network of correspondents to gather compelling stories and images that contribute to advancing advocacy objectives
Coordinating with communications colleagues in SOS Member Associations to generate press coverage to contribute advancing advocacy objectives. Activities to include: identifying opportunities for media work and provide advice on activities achieving high impact; responding to media enquiries and other requests for information; organising interviews; producing press releases and other communications materials.
Assisting SOS spokespersons to prepare for interviews with the media
Managing @SOS_Advocates Twitter account and ensuring that SOS Children s Villages website and social media channels contribute to advancing the organisation s advocacy objectives
Developing lines to take and plans for reactive communications on issues relevant to the work of SOS Children s Villages
Supporting effective internal communication on advocacy issues
Offering counsel and training on communications for advocacy across the federation and in particular to: Member Associations and young people engaged in building their advocacy capacity; the Global Advocacy Network; and the Liaison & Advocacy Team in International Office
Monitoring, evaluating and making recommendations for the further development of communications for advocacy
Supporting fluent communication and effective coordination between Liaison & Advocacy and Communications & Brand
Master s degree in journalism or communications, or an undergraduate degree with comparable experience
Minimum of 5 years of working experience in journalism or communications in the area of advocacy combined with experience in public affairs, media relations or marketing communications preferably in a humanitarian context
Experience in developing and implementing successful communication and advocacy strategies and campaigns
Experience working within governmental and multilateral settings (such as the UN, EU, civil society, etc) and having a good knowledge of policymaking and related work settings, including a developed understanding of and commitment to children s rights would be helpful
A sound understanding of media dynamics including social media engagement
Excellent writing and editing skills combined with the ability to convey and adapt complex information to the need of intended audiences
Ability to work independently and self-motivated to deliver projects and manage tight deadlines and competing demands
Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural environment, involving people from different countries and professional backgrounds
Fluent in written and oral English. Knowledge of other languages is an asset
Opportunity to participate in driving the communications strategy of one of the largest NGOs globally and to support our meaningful mission in providing A loving home for every child
A salary that will be commensurate with experience and qualification and will match industry standards
How to apply:
If you are interested in this position, please send your detailed e-mail application by 19 February 2017to email@example.com, SOS Children s Villages International, Human Resources, 6020 Innsbruck/Austria, www.sos-childrensvillages.org/