Background : The United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health is working to support national governments to accelerate progress on Sustainable Development Goal 6 – the ‘water goal’. However, SDG 6 is ambitious, in the sense that it covers several critical water - related themes but achieving many of those themes will be challenging. Gender in sustainable, water - related development is critical to ensure equity and ‘leave no - one behind’. However, SDG 6 deals relatively poorly with gender.
Internship Reference Number: UNU ‐ INWEH/Intern.2018.02
CARE Canada is currently seeking a Humanitarian Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Specialist to join our team in Ottawa, Ontario.
CARE Canada is currently seeking a Program Officer – Humanitarian to join our team in Ottawa, Canada.
Internal/External Posting Notice
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DEADLINE: April 13, 2018
Title: Manager, Humanitarian Unit
Department: International Programs
Status: Full-time, 14 month term, unionized
Location: Ottawa, ON
Immediate Supervisor: Director, International Programs
Salary: $61,784.78 to $80,226.94
Level: Band 3
Titre des postes : Chargé(e) de projet – Haïti
Chargé(e) de projet – Mali
Chargé(e) de projet – Amérique latine
Lieu de travail : Ville de Québec
Date limite pour postuler : 25 mars 2018 à 23h59
Date d’entrée en fonction : Dès que possible
Conditions de travail: Concurrentiel avec les conditions offertes par les ONG similaires.
RÉSUMÉ DU POSTE
Do you want to support clients to provide effective training on water, sanitation, and hygiene? Are you looking for a new challenge and a novel way to apply your instructional design, training, and facilitation skills? We are looking for an exceptional individual with experience in training, instructional design, water, and sanitation, to build the capacity of our clients globally.
The Position: Global Learning Advisor.
Reports to: Directors of Training and Consulting.
Type: Full time, permanent.
CARE Canada is currently seeking a Senior Manager, Humanitarian Assistance.
Under the leadership of the Director of Global Programs and Impact, the Senior Manager, Humanitarian Assistance is responsible for:
· Oversight and ensuring the effective implementation of CARE Canada’s humanitarian and early recovery program portfolio, with a clear focus on strengthening gender equality and the resilience of affected populations