Senegal: Logistics/Administrative AssistantClosing date: 2015-01-26Organization: Development Alternatives, Inc. Country: Senegal Closing date: 26 Jan 2015 Logistics/Administrative Assistant Senegal Office Africa Lead II Overall responsibility: The Logistics/Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing clerical, secretarial, and administrative and logistical support to the Africa Lead II Senegal Office operations and finance administration. The Logistics/Administrative Assistant shall report to the Finance and Administration Manager. Responsibilities: · Provide overall logistical and administrative services to the Program Director, Finance and Administration and Technical Teams. · Respond in a professional manner to walk-ins, calls, mail, and electronic communications, and route messages and information to the appropriate individuals. · Assist with maintenance of electronic and paper filing related to finance, operations, and the program and technical team. · Maintain petty cash account, and distributes petty cash to staff as needed per DAI policies and procedures. · Compose and type correspondences and make photocopies as necessary. · Provides front desk coverage and assists with the logistics related to trainings, major meetings and conferences i.e. reserving hotel rooms, making travel arrangements, and any other additional assistance for major events. · Interface as appropriate with regional staff and consultants working in the the Senegal project office. · Responsible for ensuring the office is clean and replenishes office supplies · Help manage and monitor the program calendar. · Take notes/minutes during meetings or training sessions as requested; · Photocoping and printing of materials for meetings and workshops · Responsible for any other tasks or duties assigned by the Program Director, Finance Manager, Program Officer, and any other essential staff. Qualifications: · A bachelor’s degree in related field and at least 2 years of progressive experience in office management or administration · Must be able to type and computer literate in Microsoft Office Suite: Word Excel, Powerpoint · Must have demonstrated ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced setting as well as the ability to prioritize and shift responsibilities as necessary · Must work well under pressure · Previous experience with USAID funded projects highly desired. · Bilingual French/English is highly preferred · Must be able to work as a team and demonstrate initiative · Must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills Applications should be sent to: africaleadftf@dai.com by January 26, 2015. How to apply:Applications should be sent to: africaleadftf@dai.com by January Share
Senegal: Regional Humanitarian Operations Director-West & Central AfricaClosing date: 2015-01-28Organization: al Closing date: 28 Jan 2015 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 1.6 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. By mid-2013 most of our international programmes will be delivered through a merged operation with 14 000 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. The role As a member of the West & Central Africa Regional Leadership Team regional team, you will take shared responsibility for the Delivery of Save the Children's strategy within the region, while supporting the adoption of a full spectrum approach through all programming. You will ensure and enable that Country Offices in the West & Central Africa Region: meet operating standards for preparedness, response and recovery; grow their humanitarian programme portfolio and operational/programming capacity; respond effectively and efficiently to humanitarian crises; Access surge capacity, humanitarian management and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) expertise from Members; Engage with regional humanitarian partners. Qualifications and experience Essential Emergency management track record including humanitarian field operations experience in both natural and man-made disasters. Knowledge of international humanitarian systems, institutions and donors, and of procedures, accountability frameworks and best practices in emergency management Experience of emergency preparedness and disaster risk reduction frameworks and approaches Good knowledge of one or several of Save the Children's core sectors (health, nutrition, food security and livelihoods, child protection, education, shelter, water/sanitation/hygiene) Project management and advisory skills Training, facilitation, and team building skills Commitment to Save the Children values Desire to build a professional career in humanitarian work with Save the Children Able and willing to undertake new functions and responsibilities and dramatically change work practices and hours, including working with incoming teams, in the event of a humanitarian crisis Willingness to travel at short notice and for extended periods of time Fluency in English and French essential. Desirable A qualification in disaster management or related area Experience of working in a range of countries in the region We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. How to apply: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to the link provided How to apply:Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: 'asobossi.43677.3830@savethechildrenint.aplitrak.com Share
Senegal: Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Response ManagerClosing date: 2015-01-29Organization: World Vision Country: Senegal Closing date: 29 Jan 2015 Use your background in response management to be part of a leading organisation dedicated to improving the lives of children living in poverty. World Vision (WV) is a global network of people committed to enhance the well-being of children everywhere by empowering families and communities to overcome the challenges of poverty and injustice. The Ebola Virus Disease Response Manager (RM) will manage and coordinate the implementation of WV’s response to the Ebola Virus Disease – EVD - pandemic in the West Africa region in accordance with response plans and commitments to meet international and WV standards. This position will be responsible for leading the emergency response phase and rehabilitation and recovery phase in West Africa, ensuring that programmes and project activities are implemented as planned. The Response Manager will work closely with the National Directors of the two affected countries – Sierra Leone and Mali – and support preparedness in at-risk countries in West Africa region. Has strong understanding of National Offices and Regional Office operations. Effectively integrates emergency response programming with existing National Offices programming. Meets desired objectives and goals while being well coordinated and integrated with other programs in the overall EVD Response. In addition, they will provide technical assistance in planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the project in close coordination with technical sector teams. We are looking for a visionary leader who can combine strong business disciplines with inspirational spiritual leadership skills in line with our values and ethos. You will have a passionate desire to help others, especially children. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Coordinate WV Ebola Virus Disease response in Sierra Leone, Mali and neighboring “at risk” NOs from Dakar, Senegal. Regular calls with WVSL and WVM ND & SMT. Mobilize and coordinate key WARO, GC and SO functions such as Health, HEA, Communications, Advocacy, etc. for their technical inputs and supports to the response. Coordinate development and/or review and adaptation of response tools and materials, messages such as CoH, psycho-spiritual counselling and sensitization materials, etc. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with humanitarian and government representatives, donors and World Vision stakeholders. Coordinate with UN Agencies, other iNGOs and other stakeholders involved in the EVD response both regional and international to ensure synergy and alignment to WHO recommendations. Represent WVI at regular INGO coordination meetings in Dakar. REQUIRED SKILLS INCLUDE: University degree or qualification in a relevant subject with a focus on team management, project management, Public Health or other relevant skills. 10 years of proven experience with International NGOs/UN in emergency relief projects, rehabilitation projects or related field. Experience in program management and implementation of multi sectoral emergency response projects. Previous experience working in complex emergency/rehabilitation settings. Good management and collaboration skills with host government, donors and field staff. A demonstrated ability to manage cross-cultural dynamics. Strong communication skills (oral and written) with ability to express ideas and concepts clearly and persuasively with senior internal and external stakeholders. How to apply:Could you fulfill this vital, challenging and rewarding role and be part of this life-enriching experience? For specific details regarding the position, please refer to the full description and apply online by the closing date 29 Jan 2015. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website:www.wvi.org. World Vision is an equal opportunity Share
Senegal: Expert PrincipalClosing date: 2015-01-30Organization: Bureau for Institutional Reform and Democracy Country: Senegal Closing date: 30 Jan 2015 Un seul expert principal est requis pur le Programme d’Accompagnement des Initiatives de la Société Civile (PAISC) Senegal Qualifications et compétences Titulaire au moins d’un diplôme de niveau BAC+ 4 au minimum en sciences socieales: Sociologie our anthropologie, ou sciences du dévelopement, ou éconmie ou sciences politiques et/ou juridiques. Expérience professionnelle g´néral de 8 ans au minimum en gestion de cycle de projets (analyse, évaluation, gestion de projets), avec un minimum de 5 ans comme coordinatreur de programmes socieaux. Expérience professionnelle spécifique: Un an minimum de participation á la gestion de projets finances par L’Union européene, en pays ACP, justifiant d’une bonne connaissance des procedures du FED; Expérience des projets d’appui á la société civile et une experience acquise dans aou moins trois projets ou etudes Experience avérée (dans aou moins deux projets ou etudes) de production de connaissances ou gestion de base de données, en conception et animation de réseaux Parfaite maîtrise de L’outil informatique et des bases de données Apitude a´travailler en équipe Préférence: citoyens de Sénégal How to apply:Déposer votre candidature jusqu´ au 30 janvier via jobs@birdmuni Share
Senegal: NUTRITION ADVISORClosing date: 2015-01-30Organization: Acción contra el Hambre Country: Senegal Closing date: 30 Jan 2015 ACF est une organisation humanitaire internationale, non-gouvernementale, privée, non-politique, non-confessionnelle et à but non lucratif. ACF a été fondée en 1979 pour intervenir dans le monde entier. Sa mission est de lutter contre la faim, la misère et contre les situations dangereuses menaçant les hommes, les femmes et les enfants. Actuellement, 500 collaborateurs et plus de 5000 employés travaillent pour ACF dans plus de quarante-six pays, et dans quatre domaines d'action: la santé / nutrition, la sécurité alimentaire et moyens d’existence, et l'eau/assainissement. DESCRIPTION DE POSTE OBJECTIFS SPECIFIQUE Gestion des Projets Régionaux § Gestion des projets régionaux : orientation méthodologique, outils de M&E et systèmes d’harmonisation, suivi des progrès réalisés sur les projets, appui au « scaling-up », appui technique et diffusion des bonnes pratiques aux pays de la région. Développement Stratégique: § Identification des possibles sources de financements, développement des partenariats. Appuyer ou liderer la conception de propositions régionales, négociation avec les bailleurs et représentation institutionnelle. Plaidoyer et visibilité institutionnelle: § Participation aux réunions et forums régionaux, représentations auprès des bailleurs de fonds. Networking avec ONG/UN/Universités/organismes régionaux, plaidoyer (dans le domaine de la nutrition en collaboration avec le responsable plaidoyer). PROFIL ET COMPETENCES DU CANDIDAT Diplôme universitaire supérieur en nutrition et/ou santé publique. Un diplôme universitaire de premier cycle avec une combinaison pertinente de qualifications académiques et d'expérience peut être accepté en lieu et place du diplôme universitaire supérieur. Dans le domaine de la nutrition, bonne connaissance des Renforcements des Systèmes de Santé, retardement des croissances, mobilisation sociale. Un minimum de 5 ans d'expérience professionnelle au niveau national et international dans la planification des programmes de nutrition, de gestion, de suivi et d'évaluation (à la fois le traitement et la prévention). Solides compétences de synthèse, d'analyse et de rédaction pour l'élaboration des propositions et de matériel de capitalisation Compétence de communication et gestion de l’information ; expérience de travail avec un large éventail de « stakeholders » externes et internes. Bonne communication Expérience de travaille avec Expérience en représentation de haut-niveau Connaissance du contexte Ouest Africain Indépendant et autonome Anglais et Français obligatoires Paquet Microsoft Office Mobilité internationale RÉMUNÉRATION GLOBALE Nous proposons une incorporation immédiate à un Organisme dynamique d’envergure international incluant les conditions contractuelles suivantes : Contrat de travail. Durée: 12 mois. Date de début souhaité : février 2015 Salaire de 1850€ à 2400€ bruts par mois en fonction de l’expérience professionnelle et des responsabilités. Le système de rémunération d’ACF-Espagne permet une projection annuelle en fonction des résultats de l’évaluation de son implication professionnelle. Jusqu’à 20% additionnel en fonction du contexte et responsabilité du poste. Logement et nourriture pris en charge par l’organisation (incluant per diem) : package valorisé, selon le lieu de destination, à un minimum de 50% du salaire brut mensuel. Les frais de transport jusqu’à la mission. Breaks d’une semaine avec frais de transport vers la zone de référence et un extra de 200€ pour la semaine. 25 jours ouvrables de vacances par an. Assurance de rapatriement, accident et voyage et vie. Une prime mensuelle par enfant (jusqu’à 18 ans) : depuis 100€ jusqu’à 225€ mensuels, selon le barème et conditions ACF-E. How to apply:CONDITIONS Tous les candidats ne résidant pas à Madrid feront leur premier entretien par téléphone. Les entretiens face à face ont toujours lieu à Madrid. Les frais du voyage doivent être payés par chaque candidat, mais seront remboursés par l’organisation si finalement le candidat est retenu. Les candidats intéressés doivent envoyer : une lettre de motivation ; un CV à jour, merci de spécifier la durée des expériences en mois ; les contacts mail de deux de vos employeurs pour leur demander des références. (Nous pourrons également demander des références à des responsables autres que les deux que vous nous avez facilité. En cas de désaccord, merci de nous le faire savoir). Prière d’adresser le courrier sous la référence CNUT/WARO/15 à l’adresse suivante avant le 31/01/2015 (seules les candidatures reçues par email seront prises en considération) : ach-candidaturas@achesp.org Pour nous permettre de réaliser l’offre économique du poste dans les temps, il sera nécessaire de présenter l’ensemble des certificats de travail tel qu’exprimés dans le CV dès le début des entretiens de validation. Le Département de Ressources Humaines ne contactera que les personnes présélectionnées pour fixer un entretien. Merci d’avance pour votre compréhension. Pendant le processus de sélection il est possible que nous transmettions votre CV à un autre siège et/ou missions. En cas de désaccord, il est important de nous le communiquer immédiatement. Si le candidat a eu auparavant une expérience avec ACF (s’il a été recruté et validé par un autre Siège ou bien si le contrat doit être supervisé par un autre Siège), le salaire qui pourra lui être offert sera fixé en accord avec celui de cet autre Siège. Note- Pour plus d’information à propos du poste merci de consulter notre page web: www.accioncontraelhambre.org Si vous ne trouvez pas le poste en question, c‘est que le processus de sélection est Share
Senegal: COORDINATEUR SANTE-NUTRITIONClosing date: 2015-01-30Organization: Acción contra el Hambre Country: Senegal Closing date: 30 Jan 2015 ACF est une organisation humanitaire internationale, non-gouvernementale, privée, non-politique, non-confessionnelle et à but non lucratif. ACF a été fondée en 1979 pour intervenir dans le monde entier. Sa mission est de lutter contre la faim, la misère et contre les situations dangereuses menaçant les hommes, les femmes et les enfants. Actuellement, 500 collaborateurs et plus de 5000 employés travaillent pour ACF dans plus de quarante-six pays, et dans quatre domaines d'action: la santé / nutrition, la sécurité alimentaire et moyens d’existence, et l'eau/assainissement. OBJECTIF GENERAL DU POSTE Le/la Coordinateur (trice) Santé Nutrition devra suivre toutes les activités nutrition et santé de la mission Sénégal, assurer la bonne marche des projets, développer de nouvelles idées d’intervention et encourager l’interconnexion avec les autres volets d’intervention d'ACF-E au Senegal. OBJECTIFS SPÉCIFIQUES · Appuyer la mise en œuvre des projets Nutrition et Santé. · Suivre et Analyser le contexte et la vulnérabilité dans les domaines de la santé et de la nutrition. · Assurer la gestion et le renforcement de capacités des équipes NUT (ACF et partenaires). · Assurer un support au CDM dans les relations avec les bailleurs impliqués dans la nutrition, la recherche de financement, la formulation de nouveaux projets. · Etre actif dans la coordination nationale des activités et des évènements relatifs à la Nutrition. · Etre actif dans la coordination de la mission PROFIL DU CANDIDAT · Niveau Bac + 5 en médecine, santé publique. · Connaissances en gestion de projet (et approche programme); nutrition; méthodes d’enquêtes et d’études (SMART, CAP SQUEAC) ; gestion de base de données et informatique (bureautique sous Office, logiciel de base de données, Système d’Information Géographique…). · Expérience minimum de 5 ans en gestion de projet avec au moins une première expérience en coordination en Afrique au sein d’une organisation nationale et/ou internationale (ACF comme un atout). · Très bonne capacité d’analyse et de rédaction. · Forte autonomie dans le travail et prise d’initiative. · Esprit d’équipe. · Très bon relationnel (personnel, institutions, partenaires). · Bonne gestion du stress. · Mobilité (nombreux déplacements sur les bases). Français courant, anglais souhaitable · Assurer la gestion et le renforcement de capacités des équipes NUT (ACF et partenaires). · Assurer un support au CDM dans les relations avec les bailleurs impliqués dans la nutrition, la recherche de financement, la formulation de nouveaux projets. · Etre actif dans la coordination nationale des activités et des évènements relatifs à la Nutrition. · Etre actif dans la coordination de la mission How to apply:Tous les candidats ne résidant pas à Madrid feront leur premier entretien par Skype. Les entretiens face à face ont toujours lieu à Madrid. Les frais du voyage doivent être payés par chaque candidat, mais seront remboursés par l’organisation si finalement le candidat est retenu. Les candidats intéressés doivent envoyer : une lettre de motivation ; un CV à jour, merci de spécifier la durée des expériences en mois ; les contacts mail de deux de vos employeurs pour leur demander des références. (Nous pourrons également demander des références à des responsables autres que les deux que vous nous avez facilité. En cas de désaccord, merci de nous le faire savoir). Prière d’adresser le courrier sous la référence CMN/SENEGAL/15à l’adresse suivante avant le 30/01/2015 (seules les candidatures reçues par email seront prises en considération) : ach-candidaturas@achesp.org Le Département de Ressources Humaines ne contactera que les personnes présélectionnées pour fixer un entretien. Merci d’avance pour votre compréhension. Pendant le processus de sélection il est possible que nous transmettions votre CV à un autre siège et/ou missions. En cas de désaccord, il est important de nous le communiquer immédiatement. Note.- Étant donné l’urgence de couvrir ce poste, le processus de sélection pourra être clôturé avant la date prévue. Pour plus d’informations concernant ce poste, consulter notre site web www.accioncontraelhambre.org Si l’annonce n’apparait plus, ceci signifiera que le processus de sélection Share
Senegal: Africa Regional Auditor - SenegalClosing date: 2015-01-31Organization: Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development Country: Senegal Closing date: 31 Jan 2015 I. Background on ACTED ACTED is a French humanitarian NGO, founded in 1993, which supports vulnerable populations, affected by humanitarian crises worldwide. ACTED provides continued support to vulnerable communities by ensuring the sustainability of post-crisis interventions and engaging long-term challenges facing our target populations, in order to break the poverty cycle, foster development and reduce vulnerability to disasters. Our interventions seek to cover the multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through a multidisciplinary approach which is both global and local, and adapted to each context. Our 3,300 staff is committed in to responding to emergencies worldwide, to supporting recovery and rehabilitation, towards sustainable development. Our teams in the field implement some 340 projects in 34 countries covering the following sectors emergency relief, food security, access to health, education and training, economic development, microfinance, advocacy, institutional support, and regional dialogue, cultural promotion. Based on considerable experience addressing the needs and situations of vulnerable communities, ACTED contributes to the international agenda towards reaching the Millennium Development Goals, through a wide range of partnerships, innovative initiatives, and campaigns. II. Country Profile The Internal Audit department is composed by the Audit Director, regional auditors (Asia, Middle East and Africa) and local auditors. Regional Support Office: The Africa Regional Support Office, based in Senegal, has been created end of 2012. The overall aim of this office is to improve the quality of ACTED’s programming and interventions and to integrate a regional focus into ACTED’s global strategy by: Supporting coordination through streamlining reporting and strengthening links between ACTED countries in the region Improving the qualitative processes implemented by HQ to strengthen ACTED’s global policy and advocacy position Improving communication and flow of information both internally and externally The Regional Office supports directly: Chad Ivory Coast Niger Uganda Sudan South Sudan Kenya Congo Brazzaville Democratic Republic of Congo Central Africa Republic Etc. III. Position Profile The Africa Regional Auditor will work under the functional supervision of the HQ Audit Director and while reporting hierarchically to the Regional Director. He/She will be independent from all other ACTED departments/cycles. He/She will share tasks between Kenya times and Regional times. His/Her main duties and responsibilities in Kenya and in the Region will include: Compliance § Ensure compliance of ACTED’s standard procedures for all management cycles ; § Ensure transparency and financial accountability of ACTED in Kenya and African Countries ; § Reinforce current procedures and the quality of ACTED internal control, based on international best practices, donors’ requirements and results of internal & external audits. § Follow-up the implementation of the Audit Action Plan jointly with the Regional Coordinator and the HQ Audit Director through the country directors’ monthly management reports and also during the subsequent Internal Audit Missions. § Comply and ensure compliance to the Audit code of conduct Management of the National/Regional Audit Function § Draft and implement the approved Annual Regional Audit Plan § Define the scope and the objectives before conducting any country audit mission(s) § Manage the National/Regional Audit Team and organize country audit missions to be conducted in link with the Audit Director, the Regional Director and according to the Audit Plan ; § Ensure adequate preparation for external audits and provide support for external audits when required in the mission countries; Focal Point for ACTED Policies & Processes in the Region § Ensure the Regional Audit Team’s accessibility to all ACTED staff in the region through available communication media in order to provide information and interpretations of ACTED’s & Donors’ Processes and Procedures § Lead the regional audit team in providing practical training on issues related to ACTED policies and procedures. Support to external audit from donors § Analysis of the external Audit ToR in collaboration with the CFM/HQ § Checking and classification of the pieces links to the external audit ToR § Follow-up of the external audit in collaboration with the CFM § Analysis and reception of the external audit report § Redaction of replies to the external audit commentaries in collaboration with the CFM/HQ § Redaction of a post audit memo with recommendations § Follow-up of the work plan recommendations Risk Assessment § Regularly (quarterly) assess and compile data on the potential and existing risk exposure on ACTED activities on a country by country basis and report the findings to the Regional Director and HQ Audit Director. § Suggest measures for mitigating such risks for consideration by the senior management Reporting § On concluding the Audit Mission present written reports including findings, analyses, recommendations and propose an action plan during the debriefing session with the country coordinator in the presence of the Regional Coordinator; § Consolidate information from all country compliance officers’ FLAT reports and from the regional audit team and summarize it in a monthly audit report to be submitted to the Regional Director, Audit Director and to all Departmental Directors. The report will be accompanied by defined annexures. Through the work performed promote the reputation of ACTED as a transparent and accountable organization in the region. IV. Qualifications: Master degree in administration/finances/accounting Proficiency in written and spoken English and french Management and Audit experience Report writing skills Experience in overseas position Experience with humanitarian and development program Demonstrated experience in staff management and training Ability to work in a difficult context V. Conditions: 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/or housing allowance (depending on contract length and country of assignment) Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package VI. Submission of applications: Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references contact tojobs@acted.org Ref : RAUD/AFR/SA For more information, visit us athttp://www.acted.org How to apply:Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references contact tojobs@acted.org Ref : RAUD/AFR/SA For more information, visit us athttp://www.acted.org Share
Senegal: Program Director: Dakar, SenegalClosing date: 2015-02-01Organization: Development Alternatives, Inc. Country: Senegal Closing date: 01 Feb 2015 Program Director: Dakar, Senegal Call for Applications Closing Date: February 1, 2015 Post Location: Dakar, Senegal Background Africa Lead II—the Feed the Future: Building Capacity for African Agricultural Transformation Program—supports the advancement of agricultural transformation in Africa as proposed by the African Union Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP). Simultaneously, Africa Lead II contributes to the Feed the Future (FTF) goals of reduced hunger and poverty by building the capacity of Champions—defined as men and women leaders in agriculture—to develop, lead, and manage the policies, structures and processes needed for the transformation process. In collaboration with the Government of Senegal (GOS) and other donor partners, The USAID Senegal Mission supports the implementation of the Whole-of- U.S. Government (USG) Feed the Future (FTF) Initiative Multiple Year Strategy (MYS)’ response to food insecurity, poverty, and malnutrition. Approved in February 2011, the five components of the overall USG FTF strategy are: 1) Agriculture driven economic growth—productivity increases through a value chain approach and promotion of sound land management; 2) Enhanced policy implementation; 3) Strengthened rural infrastructure and access to finance; 4) Increased human resource capacity, both at health facilities and every level of the agricultural sector including associated institutions; and 5) Household behaviors that promote optimal nutrition. The Africa Lead II Senegal program seeks to strengthen the capacity of key Senegalese institutions involved in agriculture development and responsible for agribusiness investment to achieve the following four objectives i. Private agricultural investment facilitated ii. Partnerships fostered iii. Investment monitoring and after-care facilitated iv. Existing coordination platforms to increase private sector engagement and dialogue reinforced Responsibilities & Tasks: The Program Director will be responsible for managing the country office and program staff, for facilitating the implementation of the work plan and for ensuring the successful achievement of program targets and deliverables. This requires, identifying and providing appropriate technical assistance and capacity development services to target institutions to achieve the program’s goal and objectives as well as liaising and coordinating activities with IFPRI and other key stakeholders. The Program Director should have direct knowledge and previous experience working with key governmental and non -state actors working in the agriculture sector in Senegal and experience in private sector investment. He/she must be able to interface and communicate with high level donor, government and private sector meetings. The Program Director will be supervised by the Africa Lead II West Africa Regional Director based in Accra, Ghana. He/she will be required to prepare weekly program updates, quarterly and annual performance reports and will consult and attend meetings on a regular basis with USAID/ Senegal and IFPRI/ Senegal. Required qualifications and skills: An advanced degree in agricultural economics, agribusiness development, international development, or an MBA.. (Master’s degree required, Ph.D. preferred) Minimum 8 years of working experience in Senegal in areas of agriculture or agribusiness development · At least 10 years of demonstrated experience in project management and providing technical · assistance in similar complex development programs · Technical experience in areas of human and institutional capacity development, agricultural development, food security, policy reform and advocacy, and private sector development a plus. · Strong project management and multi-tasking skills. · Previous experience on USAID or donor projects and knowledge of USAID donor rules and regulations preferred · Solid communication, and excellent writing skills · Coordination and meeting facilitation experience required. · Fluency in both French and English (written and oral) required · Senegalese National Preferred How to apply:Please send CV with cover letter to: africaleadftf@dai.com by February 1, 2015 at 5: Share
Senegal: Program Director - SenegalClosing date: 2015-02-01Organization: Development Alternatives, Inc. Country: Senegal Closing date: 01 Feb 2015 Program Director: Dakar, Senegal Call for Applications Closing Date: February 1, 2015 Post Location: Dakar, Senegal Background Africa Lead II—the Feed the Future: Building Capacity for African Agricultural Transformation Program—supports the advancement of agricultural transformation in Africa as proposed by the African Union Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP). Simultaneously, Africa Lead II contributes to the Feed the Future (FTF) goals of reduced hunger and poverty by building the capacity of Champions—defined as men and women leaders in agriculture—to develop, lead, and manage the policies, structures and processes needed for the transformation process. In collaboration with the Government of Senegal (GOS) and other donor partners, The USAID Senegal Mission supports the implementation of the Whole-of- U.S. Government (USG) Feed the Future (FTF) Initiative Multiple Year Strategy (MYS)’ response to food insecurity, poverty, and malnutrition. Approved in February 2011, the five components of the overall USG FTF strategy are: 1) Agriculture driven economic growth—productivity increases through a value chain approach and promotion of sound land management; 2) Enhanced policy implementation; 3) Strengthened rural infrastructure and access to finance; 4) Increased human resource capacity, both at health facilities and every level of the agricultural sector including associated institutions; and 5) Household behaviors that promote optimal nutrition. The Africa Lead II Senegal program seeks to strengthen the capacity of key Senegalese institutions involved in agriculture development and responsible for agribusiness investment to achieve the following four objectives i. Private agricultural investment facilitated ii. Partnerships fostered iii. Investment monitoring and after-care facilitated iv. Existing coordination platforms to increase private sector engagement and dialogue reinforced Responsibilities & Tasks: The Program Director will be responsible for managing the country office and program staff, for facilitating the implementation of the work plan and for ensuring the successful achievement of program targets and deliverables. This requires, identifying and providing appropriate technical assistance and capacity development services to target institutions to achieve the program’s goal and objectives as well as liaising and coordinating activities with IFPRI and other key stakeholders. The Program Director should have direct knowledge and previous experience working with key governmental and non -state actors working in the agriculture sector in Senegal and experience in private sector investment. He/she must be able to interface and communicate with high level donor, government and private sector meetings. The Program Director will be supervised by the Africa Lead II West Africa Regional Director based in Accra, Ghana. He/she will be required to prepare weekly program updates, quarterly and annual performance reports and will consult and attend meetings on a regular basis with USAID/ Senegal and IFPRI/ Senegal. Required qualifications and skills: An advanced degree in agricultural economics, agribusiness development, international development, or an MBA.. (Master’s degree required, Ph.D. preferred) Minimum 8 years of working experience in Senegal in areas of agriculture or agribusiness development · At least 10 years of demonstrated experience in project management and providing technical · assistance in similar complex development programs · Technical experience in areas of human and institutional capacity development, agricultural development, food security, policy reform and advocacy, and private sector development a plus. · Strong project management and multi-tasking skills. · Previous experience on USAID or donor projects and knowledge of USAID donor rules and regulations preferred · Solid communication, and excellent writing skills · Coordination and meeting facilitation experience required. · Fluency in both French and English (written and oral) required · Senegalese National Preferred How to apply:Please send CV with cover letter to: africaleadftf@dai.com by February 1, 2015 at 5: Share
Senegal: ADMINISTRATEUR SENEGAL H/FClosing date: 2015-02-02Organization: Secours Islamique France Country: Senegal Closing date: 02 Feb 2015 Le Secours Islamique France recherche un administrateur H/F pour ses actions au Sénégal. Sous la responsabilité du chef de mission, l’administrateur a pour mission de superviser la gestion administrative, comptable et RH de la mission. Vos tâches seront les suivantes: Ø Prendre en charge et gérer la comptabilité : suivi budgétaire et planification des dépenses, gestion de la trésorerie de la mission… Ø Participer à la rédaction des rapports et des propositions de projets pour les bailleurs de fond. Ø Assurer l’intégration du personnel national et expatrié (dossier administratif…). Ø Elaborer et suit les contrats de travail et les dossiers administratifs du personnel national. Ø Coordonner avec les responsables de départements le suivi des congés, des absences, des évaluations, mesures disciplinaires, des requêtes individuelles… Ø Etablir et gérer la paye du personnel national (feuille de paye, règlement, charges sociales, établissement, mise à jour et application d’une grille de salaire...). Ø Mettre à jour les procédures RH et administratives en respectant le droit local et les procédures du SIF et en assure le respect en lien avec le département RH du siège. Ø Encadrer et gérer une équipe. Ø Transmettre les informations au siège (RH, comptabilité…) Profil: Vous avez une expérience dans la gestion administrative des RH ainsi que la gestion comptable dans le domaine de l’humanitaire. Votre capacité d’adaptation vous permet de comprendre et d’appliquer le droit du travail local. D’un excellent relationnel vous savez gérer les conflits et diriger une équipe. Vous faites preuve d’organisation et êtes capable de prioriser vos actions. Contrat/Rémunération: VSI/CDD d’un an. Basé à Dakar. How to apply:Envoyer votre CV et lettre de motivation à rhp@secours-islamique.org en précisant en objet l’intitulé Share

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