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|[Saved] Ukraine: Anticorruption Advisor, FINREP II, UkraineClosing date: 2014-11-01Organization: Management Systems International Share|
|[Saved] Ukraine: Finance and Awards ManagerClosing date: 2014-11-04Organization: Save the Children Share|
|[Saved] Ukraine: Emergency Programme Manager, UkraineClosing date: 2014-11-05Organization: HelpAge International Share|
|[Saved] Bosnia and Herzegovina: Investigative Journalist Specialist, USAID DRG-LERClosing date: 2014-12-01Organization: Social Impact Share|
|[Saved] Ukraine: Monitoring Officers - OSCE Special Monitoring Mission UkraineClosing date: 2014-12-31Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Share|
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Ukraine: Anticorruption Advisor, FINREP II, Ukraine
Closing date: 2014-11-01Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Management Systems International
Closing date: 01 Nov 2014
Anticorruption Advisor, FINREP II, Ukraine
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.
The USAID/Ukraine Financial Sector Development Program II (FINREP-II) is advancing the following objectives:
- Develop Ukraine s financial sector through improved policy and monitoring, and promote greater stability, transparency, and resiliency.
- Increase the application of international norms and principles, including corporate governance, public disclosure, investor protection, and market oversight.
- Provide institutional support to key financial sector institutions including the National Bank of Ukraine, the Ministry of Finance, the Securities and Stock Market National Commission, the National Commission for State Regulation of Financial Services Markets, the Deposit Guarantee Fund, the Pension Fund of Ukraine, and some others.
- Assist the Government of Ukraine to develop and implement a National Financial Literacy Strategy and expand and improve financial literacy programming in schools and through non-formal methods, such as TV and the internet.
Please note: Only Ukrainian citizens are eligible for this position. Applications must be submitted by October 20.
The Anticorruption Advisor will manage and provide technical expertise in developing and implementing effective corruption control and management systems within the project s counterpart institutions.
- Coordinate technical support to the FINREP-II counterpart institutions in improving their corruption control systems.
- Through training provided by FINREP-II international consults, obtain knowledge in conducting corruption risk assessment in governmental institutions.
- Build capacity of the counterpart institutions by conducting a corruption risk assessment within their organizations and developing and implementing corruption control systems.
- Contribute to refining the corruption risk assessment and management methodology.
- Work with project counterparts in developing and implementing an anticorruption review of the financial sector daft laws and by-laws.
- Support other activities implemented by FINREP-II.
- A graduate degree in public administration, political science, law, or relevant area.
- Demonstrated, successful and progressively responsible experience in public administration and institutional development working with governmental institutions.
- Fluency in written and spoken English and Ukrainian is required.
- Ability to work efficiently on a team.
- Experience in anticorruption and financial sector is a plus.
- Prior experience with USAID or other international donor-funded government institutional development projects preferred.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, www.msiworldwide.com
How to apply:
Ukraine: Finance and Awards Manager
Closing date: 2014-11-04Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 04 Nov 2014
Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.
Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.
Contract length: 6 months
The Finance and Awards Manager is a key member of the Ukraine team; responsible for providing the primary financial and grants management inputs into emergency response programmes, and ongoing support to develop best practice emergency financial and grants management procedures and processes.
The main aspects of the role are: finance & awards focal person in the emergency response team; develop and implement the finance and awards policy and procedures in Ukraine and work with other team members in country to ensure finance and awards processes are well understood and Save the Children policies and best practices are followed.
Qualifications and experience
- Qualified professional accountant (internationally recognised qualification, practical experience equivalent will be considered) with substantial post qualification accounting experience
- Experience of and well developed skills in staff management, supervision and capacity building
- Proven track record of supporting a senior management team, and providing strategic support across multiple sectors and/or regions
- Good attention to detail and analytical skills
- Cultural awareness and ability to build relationships quickly with a wide variety of people
- Patient, adaptable, flexible, able to improvise and remain responsive and communicate clearly and effectively under pressure
- Experience with any Save the Children financial systems and overseas accounting software (including Agresso)
- Significant experience with NGOs in an international emergency environment
- Knowledge of the requirements of the major emergency donors and experience in budgeting and reporting to donors.
- Highly computer literate (i.e. WORD, advanced Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer, financial systems).
- Excellent planning, management and coordination skills, with the ability to organise a workload comprised of varying and changing tasks and responsibilities
- Strong communication (written and spoken), and interpersonal skills in English, with experience in managing multicultural teams.
- Experience in designing and facilitating training and capacity building.
- Previous experience working for Save the Children in emergency response.
- Russian or Ukrainian language skills
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
To see a full a job description, please visit our website at www.savethechildren.net/jobs
Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.
How to apply:
Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Ukraine: Emergency Programme Manager, Ukraine
Closing date: 2014-11-05Application : Apply for the job
Organization: HelpAge International
Closing date: 05 Nov 2014
29,464 gross per annum (Pro Rata)
5 month contract
Based in Kyiv, Ukraine
HelpAge International helps older people claim their rights, challenge discrimination and overcome poverty, so that they can lead dignified, secure, active and healthy lives. Our work in over 75 countries is strengthened through our global network of like-minded organisations - the only one of its kind in the world. HelpAge International, in collaboration with its local partner (TLU), is implementing an emergency response to assist older people affected by the current conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
The Emergency Programme Manager will manage, coordinate and monitor the joint HelpAge-TLU emergency programme in Donbas region (Alchevak, Horlivka, Donetsk, Luganask, Khariv), in Ukraine. The role specifically includes field management of emergency distributions of food and non-food items, with a particular focus on winterization, and psychosocial support to vulnerable older people living in conflict-affected areas. The EPM will be seconded into TLU team, HelpAge s partner in Ukraine, who will deliver the activities in the field through both staff and volunteers.
The ideal candidate will have substantial experience of managing international emergency responses. You should have demonstrated competence to develop winterization strategy in conflict-affected areas as well as understanding and experience of the needs and capacities of older people in emergencies. A coaching approach to management with an emphasis on staff development and capacity building is also essential.
Due to the urgency of filling this role, candidates may be contacted before the closing date.
Start date: ASAP
HelpAge International is an equal opportunities employer
How to apply:
For a full job description and instructions on how to apply, please click on the following link:
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Investigative Journalist Specialist, USAID DRG-LER
Closing date: 2014-12-01Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Social Impact
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Ukraine
Closing date: 01 Dec 2014
Investigative Journalist Specialist, USAID DRG-LER
Social Impact (SI) is a Washington, DC-area international development management consulting firm. We provide a full range of innovative program evaluation, management consulting, technical assistance, and training services to strengthen international development programs, organizations and policies. Our global services are in the areas of democracy and governance, health and education, agriculture, the environment, and economic growth.
Social Impact is seeking an Investigative Journalist Specialist to work with two other evaluation team members to conduct a mid-term performance evaluation of the Regional Investigative Journalism Network (RIJN) activity, which is part of the broader Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). The RIJN/OCCRP seeks to build citizen demand to reduce corruption, fraud, and other criminal activities through increased exposure to professionally produced investigative journalism. Activities seek to strengthen investigative reporting in the Europe and Eurasia region and to support cross-border investigations on organized crime and corruption. RIJN/OCCRP supports program activities in 13 countries across three sub-regions: Western Eurasia, the Caucasus and the Balkans. The evaluation will assess the feasibility of program replication in other regions of the world and inform program implementation for the remaining three years of the project.
Responsibilities & Tasks:
Work on this project will be conducted remotely, and field work is anticipated to occur in the countries listed below. Responsibilities include:
- Contribute to desktop review of program documents;
- Contribute to development of fieldwork protocols and data collection instruments;
- Undertake field visits to selected cities within the three regions (e.g. Kiev, Tbilisi, and Sarajevo) for data collection;
- Contribute to the development and presentation of the evaluation report.
Initial deskwork is expected to begin in late October with field visits in November. If possible the candidate would attend a RIJN regional conference in Istanbul on November 7-9.
- At least 10 years of relevant work experience in investigative journalism;
- An advanced degree in Journalism or other relevant field strongly preferred;
- Demonstrated knowledge of investigative journalism fundamentals, and expertise in data journalism;
- Familiarity with developing media environments in Europe and Eurasia, including threats to professional journalists working in these regions;
- Working knowledge of sustainability models for local investigative journalism or advocacy organizations.
How to apply:
To apply, kindly submit your CV and Cover Letter at https://socialimpact.devhire.devex.com/jobs/330093
We will contact only eligible candidates to further discuss their availability. Please, no phone calls. Social Impact is an equal opportunity employer.
To learn more about Social Impact, please visit our website: http://www.socialimpact.com
Ukraine: Monitoring Officers - OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Ukraine
Closing date: 2014-12-31Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Closing date: 31 Dec 2014
The Stabilisation Unit, on behalf of the FCO, is looking for applications from qualified individuals for the position of Monitoring Officerwithin the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine.
The role of the Monitoring Officer is to monitor and report regularly on the security situation in the area (including incidents, human rights, including gender and inter-ethnic relations) and facilitate dialogue on the ground through liaising and building relationships with international organisations, regional and local authorities and members of society.
All posts are secondments to the OSCE. They require formal nomination by the relevant UK authorities, which in this case is the OSCE desk at the FCO in London. In order to be sponsored by the FCO, you will require UK citizenship. Please note that these are not Civil Service jobs; if successful, Civil Servants will be expected to take Special Unpaid Leave (SUPL), in order to accept a seconded post.
General Minimum RequirementsMinimum six years of relevant professional experience
Advanced degree in relevant field
Excellent physical condition
Possession of a valid automobile driving license and ability to drive using manual transmission
Ability to cope with physical hardship and willingness to work extra hours and in an environment with limited infrastructure
What skills/experience are required?
General minimum requirements for working in this field of expertise are:
Demonstrable organizational skills
Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Demonstrable interpersonal skills and documented experience in negotiations
Depending on the field activity's mandate, significant prior experience in relevant fields such as international customs practices and procedures, law enforcement, and military observations and arms control may also be required
Negotiating experience, preferably in the area of monitoring operations and/or related activities
Additionally, this particular post has specific mandatory requirements:
Several years of progressively responsible professional experience in an operational environment
Significant prior experience in any of the following fields: political and security issues, including gender, law enforcement, military, ceasefire and border monitoring, disarmament, demobilization and re-integration, dialogue facilitation, human rights, fundamental freedoms and minority issues
Ability to establish contact and constructive relations with local population and officials
Physically and mentally fit to work in arduous and hazardous environment
Working knowledge of English, both oral and written, and the ability to communicate clearly and concisely
Demonstrate conflict sensitivity and apply the principles of Do No Harm
Cultural sensitivity and political judgment
Demonstrated ability and willingness to work as a member of a team with people of different cultural and religious backgrounds, different gender, and diverse political views, while maintaining impartiality and objectivity
Ability to operate Windows applications including word processing and email
Desirable requirements include:
A good understanding of the OSCE or international missons
Regional knowledge and experience
Excellent working knowledge of English and preferably local language (Ukranian and/or Russian)
Please see this link http://www.osce.org/employment/vacancies/116711for further information and a detailed job description.
Salary, Terms and Conditions
In general the FCO does not pay a salary to UK secondees to the OSCE. However, in view of the importance that we place on the Mission to Ukraine, we are offering a salary of 44,154.40 pro-rata ( 3,679.53per month). Although this is not a Civil Service post, it has been assessed as equivalent to an SEO grade. Applications are welcome from all Civil Service grades who meet the criteria as set out above.
The FCO will not pay pension or any further allowances and the salary is non-negotiable. All secondees to OSCE Field Missions additionally receive a daily Board and Lodging Allowance when they are in Ukraine. This is currently set at 125 per day. Terms and conditions, including leave, travel, and insurance, are set by the OSCE directly and can be found athttp://www.osce.org/node/70273. Stabilisation Unit will also provide short pre-deployment training.
Please note that the FCO also requires successful completion of a UK Government-recognised bespoke hostile environment training course and medical clearance from Interhealth before deployment.
How to apply:
All applicants must meet the mandatory requirements to be considered for the role of Monitoring Officer. Please refer to the following guidelines for further advice on completing an application (See attachment Advice on completing OSCE Monitoring Officer application )
Applications should be made online via the OSCE website, using the below link:
If you have not previously done so, you will be required to register as a new user. Once you have completed your application and submitted it as per the online instructions, your form will automatically be passed to the OSCE desk in London who will formally nominate UK nationals who apply for OSCE secondments.
The UK will only nominate individuals who possess strong evidence of the above attributes.
This vacancy notice has been previously advertised, with revision to its content. Therefore, candidates who have applied or were nominated for this post, Monitoring Officer (OSCE vacancy number: VNUKRS00171) are still under consideration and will not need to re-apply.
The OSCE is advertising these posts with a final deadline of 31stDecember 2014, however, please be aware that recruitment is done on a rolling basis and that the OSCE request applicants to be available for immediate deployment.
For any enquiries, please contact SURecruitment@dfid.gov.uk