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CARE INTERNATIONAL SYRIA RESPONSE
“CARE International serves disempowered people so they can overcome poverty with dignity. CARE models the principles of transparency, accountability, participation, equity and continuous learning.”
Job Title: Regional Information Management and Proposal Development Coordinator
Duty Station:**Middle East and North Africa Region**
Deadline to apply: January 30, 2015
To pilot and establish the foundation of the medical component of the ‘PRIDe’ unit. Developing and Coordinating with Medical Institutions, Academia and other relevant actors primarily in Asia-Pacific in-order to generate partnerships and innovations that improve MSF medical operations. The position works in close collaboration with the MSF Medical department and other MSF Units and departments and operates under guidance from the OCP appointed technical focal point.
‘PRIDe’: Partnerships for Research, Innovation and Development
Search for Common Ground (SFCG) is an international non-profit organization that promotes peaceful resolution of conflict. With headquarters in Washington and Brussels, SFCG’s mission is to transform how individuals, organizations, and governments deal with conflict - away from adversarial approaches and toward cooperative solutions. SFCG seeks to help conflicting parties understand their differences and act on their commonalities.
****Finn Church Aid**** (FCA) is a significant Finnish NGO in development cooperation and humanitarian aid. FCA operates in over twenty countries across four continents, and has over 60 years of experience. In Asia, our program countries are Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal. FCA specializes in supporting local communities in three priority areas: right to education (R2E), right to peace (R2P) and right to livelihood (R2L). We work through local and international partnerships.
Location:Asia Regional Centre based in Bangkok, Thailand
Contract: 3 years contract; tentative start date January 1, 2015 (can be negotiated)
Post Level: C1
Oxfam Asia Regional Economic Empowerment aims to be a high quality knowledge group leading internally and externally to maximise Oxfam’s impact on rights to sustainable livelihoods, women leadership and engaging with the private sector at national, regional and global levels.
Chemonics seeks a chief of party for an anticipated USAID-funded agricultural project in Tajikistan. The project aims to increase the quality and quantity of key agricultural sectors to address dietary deficiencies and increase incomes. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.
The successful candidate will have skills and experience in one or more of the following areas:
Durée contrat: 1 an, renouvelable
Localisation géographique: Pays d'Afrique Centrale
Intitulé du Poste: Coordinateur Logistique
Projet/Programme: Gestion de la coordination logistique de COOPI dans l'un des Pays d'Afrique Centrale
Responsable hiérarchique : Chef de Mission
Marie Stopes Zambia (MSZ) is a marketing focused, results oriented social enterprise. We deliver efficient, effective and sustainable family planning and reproductive healthcare overseas across seven provinces in Zambia. MSZ is part of the global network that is Marie Stopes International (MSI).
About the role
Marie Stopes Zambia has a one-year opportunity with possibility of extension (dependent on funding) for a Policy Advisor. The successful candidate will be engaged on a local contract, however we would consider suitably experienced expatriates.
We are looking for: A COUNTRY DIRECTOR
Country: Liberia based in Monrovia
Length of contract: 1 year from the 1st of March 2015
The position:You are responsible to:
Policy and Conflict Analyst - South Sudan Norwegian Refugee Council
Chemonics seeks local private sector competitiveness experts for the ongoing USAID-funded Asia and Middle East Economic Growth (AMEG) project. AMEG will conduct a three-month assessment in Lebanon to evaluate impediments to private sector growth, particularly the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises, and opportunities for USAID to remove or alleviate these impediments.
Chemonics seeks a chief of party for the USAID-funded Climate Change Adaptation Project in Mali. The project aims to improve resilience to climate variability and change by increasing the use of accurate, appropriate, and timely climate information. It will work with national and local government entities and civil society organizations to increase their capacity to effectively use climate information and increase adoption of local solutions to climate variability and change at the commune and village level in the rainfed rural areas of Mopti.
Chemonics seeks a government liaison lead for the anticipated Women in Government project in Kabul, Afghanistan, under the USAID-funded Promoting Gender Equality in National Priority Programs (PROMOTE). The project is one of four components under PROMOTE and aims to increase and advance the number of women in the Afghan Civil Service. It is part of USAID's long-term development goal of empowering a critical mass of women in government for change in the decision-making paradigm of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to better represent women's interests.
Protecting children from abuse, neglect exploitation and violence is one of four strategic priorities for Save the Children (UK), along with improving child survival, education, and food security & livelihoods. Our work in Child Protection aims to prevent such harm to children wherever possible and to respond to it effectively when it occurs. Save the Children is committed to protecting the most marginalised children caught up in humanitarian situations, both in conflict affected and fragile states and those affected by other emergencies.
Chemonics seeks a training specialist for the anticipated Women in Government project in Kabul, Afghanistan, under the USAID-funded Promoting Gender Equality in National Priority Programs (PROMOTE). The project is one of four components under PROMOTE and aims to increase and advance the number of women in the Afghan Civil Service. It is part of USAID's long-term development goal of empowering a critical mass of women in government to change the decision-making paradigm within the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to better represent women's interests.
Emergency Programme Director - South Sudan
Norwegian Refugee Council
Chief of Party (COP)/Senior Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist, USAID/Nepal Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning Program, Kathmandu, Nepal
Chemonics seeks a deputy chief of party for the anticipated Women in Government project in Kabul, Afghanistan, under the USAID-funded Promoting Gender Equality in National Priority Programs (PROMOTE). The project is one of four components under PROMOTE and aims to increase and advance the number of women in the Afghan Civil Service. It is part of USAID's long-term development goal of empowering a critical mass of women in government to change the decision-making paradigm within the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to better represent women's interests.
Chemonics seeks a short-term land policy review consultant for a USAID-funded program to build institutional capacity for research on land-related issues and strengthen understanding of land law and policy among citizens and the government in Rwanda. The consultant will conduct an assessment and develop a plan for a comprehensive review of Rwanda's 2004 Land Policy. The origin of the policy dates back to 2000, when drafting of the law began.
Position Title: International Talent Acquisition Officer
Requisition Number: 14-0109
Location: Washington, DC
Pact envisions a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. The Pact Human Resources Department supports this mission by creating a work environment that celebrates diversity, fosters professional growth and development, ensures competitive compensation and benefits, and provides exceptional service to management and staff.