Senegal: Regional HR Business Partner (For Senegalease Nationals/Permanent Residents in Senegal)Closing date: 2014-12-19Organization: Save the Children Country: Senegal Closing date: 19 Dec 2014 SAVE THE CHILDREN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA REGIONAL OFFICE IS LOOKING FOR A Regional HR Business Partner. This position holder is responsible for providing HR advice and assistance to West and Central Africa (WCA) Country Offices in support of the successful implementation of the WCA HR strategy as outlined in the strategic plan. As a Human Resources Advisor, this position holder acts as an internal consultant to managers by analyzing HR issues and proposing clear, practical solutions. This role also adapts and supports WCA HR strategy, policies, standards and practices so they can be rolled-out and implemented throughout the country offices. The major HR areas covered include leadership and workforce development, workforce performance, compensation and benefits, employee relations and talent review and planning. This position also serves as primary recruiter for vacancies in some designated country offices and translates the HR needs of his/her clients to relevant HR specialists of the WCA Regional HR Team and ensure those needs are met effectively and efficiently. To be qualified for this position, you must have: · A bachelor’s degree and 10+ years of HR management experience, OR A master’s degree in HR Management and 7 years of relevant HR experience · Any similar combination of education and experience in a complex organization dealing with people management issues and involving national and international staff · Well-developed skills in at least three of the following areas: learning and development, resourcing, compensation and benefits, employee relations and communications and modern best HR practice. · Successfully working without supporting resources and able to influence HR outcomes. · Self-evident interpersonal skills that cause senior managers to seek their help or counsel · Ability to speak and write clear English and French succinctly as working language · Non-profit or for-profit sector experience with a clear personal business orientation gained in a field based environment How to apply:Pour postuler, merci de nous faire parvenir votre CV ainsi que votre lettre de motivation, en mettant en objet de l’email "Regional HR Business Partner" pour lequel vous postulez , à : sciwca.recruitment@savethechildren.org Les candidatures feminines sont vivement encouragees. Les candidatures provenantdes pays ou Save the Children intervient dans la region (Mali, Niger, Nigeria, RDC, Sénégal, Côte-d'Ivoire, le Libéria, la Sierra Leone, la RCA, Burkina Faso) sont fortement encouragées . Veuillez noter que la date de clôture des candidatures est le Vendredi 17 Décembre 2014 à m Share
Finance and Budget Assistant, Dakar (F-5)Closing date: 2014-12-19 Share
Senior Procurement Specialist, Dakar, Senegal (GG)Closing date: 2014-12-19 Share
Senegal: ADMINISTRATEUR SENEGAL H/FClosing date: 2014-12-20Organization: Secours Islamique France Country: Senegal Closing date: 20 Dec 2014 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
Senegal: Country Program OfficerClosing date: 2014-12-20Organization: Development Alternatives, Inc. Country: Senegal Closing date: 20 Dec 2014 Country Program Officer-Dakar, Senegal Call for Applications Opening Date: December 1, 2014 Closing Date: December 20, 2014 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 scope of Africa Lead II Senegal program is divided into four objectives, as follows: 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: · Serves as a general administration and back-stop for country program manager and primary liaison with West Africa Regional office based in Accra, Ghana. · Helps develop scopes of work and budgets for short term technical assistance and capacity development services · Participates in meetings and conference calls with partners and stakeholders. · Assists with the development and dissemination of request for proposals for service providers to provide capacity development services. · Coordinates with the technical and logistics teams regarding the execution, implementation and monitoring of activities and capacity development services · Reviews reports and deliverables received from service providers and partners, including training organizations, trainers and consultants. · Contribute to writing and preparation of quarterly and annual reports. · Provide regular weekly updates and reports on status and progress of technical activities to directors and partners. · Ensures that required paperwork developed and completed is in compliance with USAID and DAI home office rules and regulations. · Perform other tasks as needed. Minimum required qualifications and skills: Bachelor’s degree required, advance degree preferred (with 3-5 years relevant administrative or technical professional experience) · Demonstrated coordination and facilitation experience Strong organizational skills and attention to detail Excellent oral and written communication skills · Excellent interpersonal skills · Ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities under tight deadlines · Ability to engage professionally with senior level officials · MS Office (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access) · Attention to detail and ability to monitor own work Fluency in both French and English required Application requirements: All candidates must submit the following required documents: · Curriculum Vitae · 1 page cover letter · 3 professional references Please send applications to: africaleadftf@dai.com by December 20, 2014 at 5:00PM GMT. How to apply:Application requirements: All candidates must submit the following required documents: · Curriculum Vitae · 1 page cover letter · 3 professional references Please send applications to: africaleadftf@dai.com by December 20, 2014 at 5: Share
Senegal: Regional Programme ManagerClosing date: 2014-12-21Organization: Oxfam GB Country: Senegal Closing date: 21 Dec 2014 The Role: By joining our team in West Africa, as Regional Programme Manager your overall responsibility will be for Programme Quality, the implementation of the Gender Strategy, the Food Security, Livelihoods and Private Sector advisory function, as well as the overall management of countries managers in which Oxfam GB is operating. You’ll Working with and on behalf of the Deputy Regional Director, to plan, design, and deliver the Region’s programme objectives. This includes the management of various programme staff (e.g. country level managers, policy advisors, thematic project managers). A particular focus will be given on MEL, partnership, influencing, mainstreaming gender and incorporating DRR into all our work. The person: We are looking for an outstanding leader comfortable with change, and able to inspire others both internally and externally, you will bring a strong experience in West Africa and excellent understanding of the local and regional context to a challenging and rewarding role. About Oxfam A simple, inescapable truth underlines everything we do at Oxfam. There’s enough wealth in this world to go around. It’s not unfortunate that people live in poverty. It’s unjustifiable. It’s not just their problem. It’s ours too. And with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice. Thousands of people already commit their time and talents to our campaigning, humanitarian and long-term development projects. Now we’re looking for yours. Useful Information Contract Length: Fixed Term - 12 months. The rewards In addition to the competitive salary which will be paid net, with Oxfam meeting the tax liabilities, you will receive a range of attractive benefits including pension, medical, other type of insurance and those associated with internationally relocated staff. Due to the urgency of this role, we will be reviewing CVs and interviewing candidate in advance of the closing date. For this reason, interested candidates are asked to submit their application as soon as possible. How to apply:Kindly click on the following link to apply for this position http://t.co/7MF59 Share
Senegal: Project Coordinator (Border Management Support)*Closing date: 2014-12-29Organization: International Organization for Migration Country: Senegal Closing date: 29 Dec 2014 OPEN TO INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CANDIDATES Classification: Official, Grade P3 Type of Appointment : Fixed term, one year with possibility of extension Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible Reference Code: VN2014/134(O)-EXT Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants. IOM has a proactive recruitment policy to increase the representation of nationals of non- represented member states. Qualified applicants from the following countries will be favorably considered: Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Belize, Benin, Burundi, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Czech Republic, Comoros, Djibouti, El Salvador, Gabon, Gambia, Guyana, Holy See, Iceland, Israel, Lesotho, Libya, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Maldives, Malta, Marshall Islands, Montenegro, Micronesia, Mongolia, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Republic of Congo, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Seychelles, Slovenia, Somalia, Suriname, Swaziland, Tanzania, Timor Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. Context: Under the overall supervision of the Regional Director for Central and West Africa, the direct supervision of the Head of Office and in close coordination with the Immigration and Border Management (IBM) Regional Thematic Specialist at the IOM Regional Office in Dakar, the successful candidate will coordinate the “Border Management Support” project funded by the European Development Fund. Core Functions / Responsibilities: Implement and monitor all operational, financial and administrative components/aspects of the project “Border Management Support in Senegal” in close coordination with relevant mission units and authorities. Undertake duty travel in Senegal, in line with prevailing security restrictions, relating to project assessments, liaison with counterparts, and project implementation, as required. Prepare and submit regular project reports in a timely manner according to IOM and donor formats, in close coordination with relevant departments at IOM. Ensure timely recruitment and training of national and international contractors and consultants relating to the project in accordance with IOM's procedures and regulations. Ensure adequate information management on project related activities including project awareness raising and visibility; regular project updates, summaries, press releases and other relevant materials, in coordination with the donor and IOM’s Public Information Department. Respond to any ad hoc information requests from among the donor community, in close coordination with the project committees. Ensure systematic monitoring and evaluation (M & E) of project activities as well as proper utilization of standard operating procedures, manuals, guidance notes, M&E tools and methodologies in the implementation of project activities and identify and implement improvements in project delivery and coordination. Participate in relevant conferences, workshops, steering committees, policy and technical working groups, as well as other forums to ensure proper coordination of the “Border Management Support in Senegal” project activities. Ensure regular coordination with IBM Project Manager in Nouakchott in order to guarantee the communication on EU funded projects in Senegal and Mauritania including the exchange of lessons learnt. When required, provide border management technical advice to the IBM project manager in Nouakchott including ad-hoc field missions to Mauritania. Perform such other duties as may be assigned. Required Competencies Behavioural Takes responsibility and manages constructive criticism; Works effectively with all clients and stakeholders; Promotes continuous learning; communicates clearly; Takes initiative and drives high levels of performance management; Plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility; Displays mastery of subject matter; Contributes to a collegial team environment; Creates a respectful office environment free of harassment and retaliation and promotes the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA); Incorporates gender-related needs, perspectives, and concerns, and promotes equal gender participation; Displays awareness of relevant technological solutions; Works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM. Technical Effectively interfaces with government officials of appropriate level on matters related to substantive migration issues and the work of IOM; Effectively applies knowledge of migration issues within organizational context; Correctly frames migration issues within their regional, global, and political context. Required Qualifications and Experience Education Master’s degree in Political or Social Science, Business Administration, International Relations and/or Law or a related field from an accredited academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience; or University degree in the above fields with seven years of relevant professional experience. Additional qualifications gained from a recognized law enforcement institute that relates to the technical requirements of the vacancy is an advantage. *In exceptional cases, equivalent technical qualifications may be considered. Experience Demonstrated knowledge of border management, from both operational and policy perspectives necessary, including but not limited to familiarity with intelligence development and analysis, document fraud and identity management, standard operating procedures at the border and in-country, the operation and management of Border Management Information Systems and crisis and risk management; Previous experience in project development, implementation and evaluation, and/or programme implementation and management; Good knowledge of project formulation, administration and evaluation techniques and practices; Familiarity with EU project management and reporting requirements; Good level of computer literacy, including database applications; Willingness to travel to northern part of the country along the Mauritania and Mali borders. Languages Fluency in English and French is required. Note: * This position will require extensive travel to northern part of the country along the Mauritania and Mali borders. How to apply:Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by December 29, 2014 at the latest, referring to this advertisement. For further information, please refer to: http://www.iom.int/cms/en/sites/iom/home/about-iom-1/recruitment/how-to-apply.html In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly filled in and submitted with a cover letter not more than one page specifying the motivation for applications. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application in your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitmen Share
Senegal: Photography & Video productionClosing date: 2014-12-30Organization: UN Development Programme Country: Senegal Closing date: 30 Dec 2014 Background As the lead UN agency for development, UNDP has been working with national and international partners in all of the Sahel countries, addressing national development priorities and the priorities of the UN Country Teams and donors. In line with evolving thinking about optimal approaches for aid in the Sahel, UNDP has increasingly been trying to use capacity development approaches that foster resilience in government and society – resilience to crises in the economy, the environment, food, politics and security. UNDP Africa’s strategic vision places capacity development and accountability at the centre of all UNDP supported activities in the region, given the fact that lack of capacity in these areas remains one of the key challenges faced by countries in the Sahel today in its efforts to achieve the MDGs. To achieve this goal, UNDP has set itself the tasks of supporting peace consolidation and government initiatives in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger affected by the food insecurity and security crisis. The two ongoing projects represent a strategic partnership between UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa (RBA) and the Government of Japan to support peace building and resilience initiative in the five countries. Duties and Responsibilities The Consultant(s) will work together with the UNDP Sahel projects to document, through high quality action photographs and videos (7-10 minutes and 3-4 minutes), the results, lessons and experiences from the perspective of communities benefiting from activities as well as civil society organizations, implementing government counterparts and stakeholders who interacted with the Programme. They will be used to illustrate particular results, lessons and experiences which can enhance knowledge of UNDP projects in the Sahel. With each video providing a rationale for their selection drawing on the results, lessons learned and experiences of the projects. These would draw on interviews with potential duty bearers and rights holders from Government and civil society organizations. These will be loaded on the UNDP websites and social media accounts, as well video sharing platforms like YouTube. The Consultant(s) will be supported by the UNDP Sahel team and country offices to carry out interviews and edit the text to ensure they are factual and accurate. The main activities of the consultancy will include: Travel to Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger to collect material for the videos and high quality action photographs from locations around the countries (if security allows), which illustrate particular results, lessons and experiences. A briefing and debriefing session with the project team will also take place in Dakar, Senegal, at the beginning and end of the mission. Provide a 2 half-days training on basic/advanced photographic skills to communications specialist in the country offices. Photography: At least 20 high quality photographs and portraits with captions for each country visited; Provide all photographic and computer equipment required for the successful completion of the assignment; Use a variety of focal lengths throughout the assignment to provide close up, medium range, establishing shots, panoramic views. Will seek out opportunities for using available light in technically creative ways; Provide all original high resolution images (raw and jpg files, if possible) - including outtakes - resulting from assignment on CD/DVD (3 copies), duly captioned (metadata and IPTC fields as well as in a separate Word document) and ordered according to date/location, to UNDP Sahel within five working days from end of assignment; Provide captions that can be extended as a ‘story’. Information embedded in IPTC fields to include name of specific location (distance/direction from capital), description of activity, project name/title), identifying title/names of individuals/institutions, etc.; Provide a debrief of the mission to the Programme Manager and Communications Expert (in Dakar or via teleconference). A selection of the pictures and their caption may be used for print in a book. Videography: A long video (7-10 minutes) documenting the results, lessons and experiences from the perspective of implementing government counterparts and civil society organizations, stakeholders who interacted with the Programme, participating UN agencies and other stakeholders. The audience of this video are: Sahel countries government and stakeholders, donors, media (incl. social) and general public; one short video (2-3 minutes) summarizing the long video; one short video (2-3 minutes) documenting the results, lessons and experiences from each country visited and transversal theme; Write a script for the videos and outline suggested footage to be included in close collaboration with the Programme Manager & Communication Expert; Field visit to shoot the video in line with the information provided and purpose of the video; Source appropriate English / French narration (voice over) of the video, subject to final approval from the UNDP Sahel team; Edit the video and provide subtitles for interviews in the video (English / French); Design the video components, develop animations, graphics, effects, sounds including animations and 3D rendering; specifically portraying geographic location and spread of the program and as may be additionally required; The videos to be provided in two copies, on separate supports (USB flash drive, external hard disk or DVDs); Videos must be filmed in high definition at a resolution of 1920x1080 or better, using a broadcast quality camera. All audio must be recorded using broadcast quality microphones, including lavaliere for interviews. Applicable file conversion must be made for television broadcasters, web streaming or downloading, as well as CD/DVD playing; Mandatory inclusions: UNDP logo, Government of Japan and map highlighting the geographical coverage and location of the activities documented; RAW files for both images and sounds must be provided on external hard drive. Dropbox or any other file-sharing service is acceptable for sharing of footage for review purposes only. Required Skills and Experience Education: Professional qualifications in photography and videography or related-fields. Experience: Professional experience and track record in professional photography, digital media and video production; Substantial consultancy experience with a record of providing high-quality, creative, images and videos for clients; Experience in delivering training to improve photographic skills; Experience of providing services to UN agencies or development agencies would be a distinct advantage; Ability to deliver within timelines. Language: Fluency in English and French. Submission of application: Application and proposals must include: a cover letter, in English, explaining why you are the most suitable candidate (300 words maximum) and brief description of approach to this work (500 words maximum) a link to a photography portfolio, including captions a link to videos produced – especially with development focus. a financial proposal. The financial proposal should include a separate line dedicated to flights to each capital. Please note that the financial proposal is all-inclusive and shall take into account various expenses incurred by the consultant(s) / contractor(s) during the contract period (e.g. fee, health insurance, vaccination and any other relevant expenses related to the performance of services...). Applications will be evaluated based on a cumulative analysis taking into consideration the combination of the applicants’ qualifications and financial proposal. Individual Consultants are responsible for ensuring they have vaccinations/inoculations when travelling, as designated by the UN Medical Director. Consultants are also required to comply with the UN security directives set forth under dss.un.org Qualified women and members of minorities are encouraged to apply. Due to large number of applications we receive, we are able to inform only the successful candidates about the outcome or status of the selection process. How to apply:Please apply through UNDP Procurement website! · To access application pack in French: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=19856 · To access application pack in English: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id= Share
Senegal: Gestionnaire de cas clinique internationalClosing date: 2014-12-31Organization: Cigna / Vanbreda International Country: Senegal Closing date: 31 Dec 2014 VOTRE RÔLE Le Gestionnaire de cas est chargé de l'évaluation, de la planification, de la mise en œuvre, de la coordination, du suivi et de l'examen des options et des services visant à satisfaire les besoins d'un individu en matière de santé. L'assistance offerte peut englober des activités telles que la fourniture d'informations cliniques concernant l'état de santé ou les traitements, l'identification de prestataires et la coordination de plans de soins complexes. Le Gestionnaire de cas s'efforcera d'obtenir de bons résultats en tenant compte des coûts, en assurant la gestion des besoins de soins au travers d'activités d'éducation et de la promotion de la santé auprès des assurés concernés. Le Gestionnaire de cas est capable de travailler de façon indépendante et de communiquer efficacement par téléphone uniquement avec les clients internes et externes. Il / elle assure la gestion et la coordination de différents dossiers actifs en offrant des informations et en accompagnant les clients dans leur recherche de solutions et en coordonnant les solutions appropriées dans le monde entier. Il / elle travaille avec une population multiculturelle et garde constamment à l'esprit les différences culturelles présentes dans un tel environnement. Principales responsabilités et résultats attendus : Fait appel à ses connaissances cliniques pour évaluer les diagnostics, les programmes de traitement et les objectifs, et identifie les lacunes en matière de soins ou les risques de réadmission ou de complications. • Gère / coordonne un important volume de dossiers actifs en offrant des informations et en accompagnant les clients dans leur recherche de solutions et en coordonnant les solutions appropriées dans le monde entier. • Travaille avec une population multiculturelle et garde constamment à l'esprit les différences culturelles présentes dans un tel environnement. • Élabore des objectifs et des interventions centrés sur le patient afin de satisfaire les besoins des assurés • Interagit avec l'assuré, les membres de la famille / les soignants, et l'équipe de soins de santé ainsi qu'avec les partenaires internes. • Recherche l'équilibre entre les besoins de l'entreprise et la défense des droits des patients • Évalue l'état de santé des assurés et leur programme de traitement et identifie toute lacune ou tout obstacle en matière de soins de santé. • Rend visite aux prestataires pour assurer la gestion et la coordination des soins pour les clients en examinant les informations médicales et les dossiers de demande de remboursement, garantit la conformité aux services et honoraires approuvés et examine les cas avec le personnel de l'hôpital et les médecins. • Établit un plan de case management documenté et axé sur le patient, qui implique toutes les parties concernées (client, médecin, prestataires, employeurs, etc.), identifie les résultats attendus pour le cas examiné, les critères applicables à la clôture des dossiers, et promeut la communication entre toutes les parties impliquées. • Collabore avec les médecins de Cigna pour évaluer les cas complexes et obtient l'expertise clinique appropriée eu égard aux diagnostics et aux programmes de traitement • S'assure de la fourniture aux clients de programmes cliniques, y compris le case management, la gestion des maladies chroniques, le coaching en mode de vie, l'évaluation préalable à l'affectation et tout autre programme dispensé par les fonctions cliniques globales. • Coordonne les soins avec des soignants d'autres régions du monde lorsqu'une expertise locale ou régionale est essentielle pour offrir des soins de plus grande qualité ou se conformer à la règlementation • Conserve à jour une documentation précise concernant les flux de travail et les processus • Respecte les pratiques professionnelles de son domaine de compétence et les normes d'assurance qualité ainsi que toutes les politiques et procédures applicables au case management • Participe aux initiatives de la division et de la Société dans le domaine de la formation et atteste de sa participation aux activités de formation continue qui lui permettent de maintenir l'expertise clinique et les qualifications requises. • Fait preuve de compréhension vis-à-vis de situations et de clients culturellement diversifiés. • Agit en tant qu'agent de liaison dans le domaine clinique pour les clients • Autres responsabilités susceptibles d'être confiées VOTRE PROFIL Baccalauréat en soins infirmiers, 3 à 5 années d'expérience en gestion clinique • Capacités d'organisation et de direction avérées • Grande aisance dans les relations humaines et la communication • Capacité avérée à analyser et à résoudre les problèmes. • Aptitude à défendre les droits des clients tout en se conformant aux politiques et procédures internes et aux exigences légales et obligations contractuelles • Capacité d'utiliser l'outil informatique, maîtrise des applications de la suite Microsoft Office, d'un logiciel de centre d'appels et de différents autres logiciels. • Capacité à établir de solides relations de travail avec le personnel, les partenaires internes, les clients et les prestataires• Vous maîtrisez parfaitement l'anglais et au moins une autre langue asiatique How to apply:Si vous êtes intéressé(e) pour cette position, appliquez en ligne ou envoyez votre CV à johan.stoop@vanbreda.com. Pour de plus amples informations, contactez Johan Stoop au numéro +32 3 217 50 79. Assurez-vous de répondre à tous les critères requis dans le Recruitment policy et d’avoir obtenu l’accord de votre employeur avant de proposer votre can Share
Senegal: Compliance ManagerClosing date: 2014-12-31Organization: Plan Canada Country: Senegal Closing date: 31 Dec 2014 Position title: Compliance Manager Number of position to be recruited: 1 Location: Plan West African region Plan WARO, in collaboration and with the support of Plan Canada, is recruiting a Compliance Managers to support West African countries in the implementation of its Global Funds portfolio. The role is part of a cross-functional program team responsible for quality implementation of complex multi-million dollar grant funded programs and projects. The team includes specialists in Program Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and relevant thematic areas such as Gender, Health, Education, Livelihoods, etc. 1-Summary of the position: The Compliance Manager’s role within this team will be to provide oversight and analysis of the financial health of assigned projects while ensuring compliance to Global Funds requirements. The Compliance Manager will also contribute to proposal development focusing on budgeting for quality implementation and maximum cost recovery. The position is flexibly based in the West African region, within a Plan International Office with extended travel to Plan field offices (up to 60%). Working closely with Canadian project team members and Plan field offices: Review donor and partner agreements ensuring the financial terms and conditions are compatible with Plan’s systems and are favourable to quality implementation and reporting. Lead the preparation and submission of project budgets, forecasts and financial reports ensuring alignment with project activities. Identify areas of risk by providing regular analysis of financial health of projects against standard key performance indicators (KPIs). Develop and implement strategies to minimize risks. Ensure all project expenditures and contracts are in compliance with terms and conditions of donor agreements by conducting regular desk audits as well as occasional in-field audits. Oversee donor financial audits. Identify ways to maximize efficiencies within and across projects. Provide training and ongoing support to relevant stakeholders including Canadian project team members, Plan field offices and Partners on understanding donor financial compliance, identifying risks and other best practices related to financial management. Participate in proposal development teams, leading the budget development with a focus on appropriate costing models, alignment with proposed activity and staffing plans as well as maximizing cost recovery. Drawing from best practices and lessons learned, contribute to development and implementation of standardized package for quality financial management of grant funded projects including standard KPIs, budget and reporting guidelines, Gift In Kind treatment, procurement and asset management plans, compliance training, project start-up and closing procedures, etc.. 2.Desirable skills and competencies Profile: Professional preferably with a degree in Business or Finance related degree (preferably an accounting designation or MBA), fluent in oral and written English with functional working knowledge of French, demonstrating exceptional skills in building productive working relationships with colleagues and strong ability to establish priorities in a time-sensitive environment, to review/synthesize information with strong attention to detail, meet deadlines and produce high quality donor reports Experience: Minimum of 5 years’ experience in finance, accounting, grants analysis Progressive experience in financial reporting and analysis, risk assessment and mitigation. Solid understanding of compliance requirements of donor government agencies in particular Global Fund. Understanding of order donors mechanisms such as DFATD; multilateral agencies (, Global Sanitation Fund, UNICEF, AfDB, etc.) and/or charitable organizations / Foundations preferred is also desirable. Experience leading or participating in financial audits. Hands on experience reviewing complex contracts and agreements. Coaching and mentoring skills for building project staff capacity on quality financial management. Flexible approach to deal with ambiguity. Excellent computer skills using Microsoft Office, Internet and databases. Your application should include: Cover letter CV · Details of 2 referees, one of whom should be your current supervisor Please forward all applications to: apply.058822F0.0@applythis.net How to apply:Please forward all applications to: apply.058822F0.0@applythi Share

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