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HIAS seeks a Field Coordinator to oversee the day-to-day management of programs and operations in the Iriba region of Eastern Chad, to include those HIAS program activities in the refugee camps, which fall within the operating area of the Iriba Field Office. The Field Coordinator will be responsible for contributing, along with the other Field Coordinators, the Program Director and the Country Director, to a unified strategy for implementing HIAS’ community protection programs in Eastern Chad.
I. CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION
Fonction : Référent en gestion adaptative et apprentissage
Secteur : Humanitaire / Résilience /Développement/ Évaluation-capitalisation / Recherche opérationnelle
Lieu de travail principal : Poste basé à N’Djamena (Tchad) avec déplacements réguliers au Nigéria, Tchad, Cameroun et Niger (capitale et région)
Date de commencement : dès que possible
Statut : salarié(e) en CDD de 18 mois minimum, renouvelable
Position: Advisor in adaptive management and learning
Sector: Humanitarian action / Resilience / Evaluation-Knowledge Management / Operational research
Main work location: Based in N’Djamena (Chad) with regular trips within Chad, and to Nigeria, Cameroon and Niger (capital and region)
Start date: as soon as possible
Contract: Minimum 18-month fixed-term contract, renewable
Offer valid: until 24 November 2018
Position Title: Program Quality Manager (PQM), Chad
Dept/Location: N'Djamena, Chad
Reports To: Head of Office
Length of Assignment: 2 years
This position is contingent on donor funding
Chemonics seeks a country director for Tajikistan for the anticipated USAID Expanding Tuberculosis Identification, Treatment, and Prevention in Central Asia (TB-CA) project. TB-CA aims to strengthen the capacity of local and regional health systems to improve the detection and treatment of drug-resistant TB (DR-TB). The project will enhance the leadership, management, financing, and technical capacity of Central Asian institutions, communities, and civil society for raising the quality of and access to DR-TB diagnosis and treatment services.