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For the project Stronger capacity of Myanmar Red Cross Society to deliver social services to out of reach populations in Chin State in partnership with Local Authorities in Myanmar ending in June the Austrian Red Cross Headquarters is looking for a Hygiene Promotion Expert (m f) Behaviour Change Community Development Your tasks: Review of existing behaviour change activities (e g mother clubs, hygiene and, sanitation promotion, household education) Provide practical guidance to field staff, considering project objectives Support Community Mobilisers to conduct analyses and prioritize technical support Analyse the level of project ownership (particularly health and hygiene promotion activities) of the communities and provide recommendations to project team Review work plan with staff (Myanmar Red Cross Society HQ and field) Report findings and recommendations from the overall review of behaviour change activities and mission Your profile:Good experience and knowledge of community development including participatory methods for behaviour change, especially in Hygiene Promotion Strong analytical and problem solving skills Practical experience in WASH Software and or Community Based Health Promotion Professional experience of working in the field, particularly working with low technical capacity Flexibility and ability to adapt to different cultural environment Ability to work independently Being able to walk long distances in mountainous areas Red Cross experience preferred Limited duration: Approx weeks (thereof approx weeks located in Myanmar) Salary: Monthly salary for this position gross and additional daily allowances Under certain circumstances, working in the role of Hygiene Promotion Expert is possible as external consultant If you are interested, please contact us or feel free to send an offer On this employment Austrian law is applied on taxes and social insurance

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Service Contract SC 5Post title Programme Assistant (Asset Creation Engineer)Number of Post 1Duty Station PangkhamReport To Programme AssociateRequired Period of Service One yearDeadline for application February 2016(The applicants who have already applied need not re apply)Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision by the Programme Associate (Head of Unit) and overall supervision by Head of Sub Office in Pangkham, the incumbent will perform the following duties: Assess and evaluate proposals of WFP s Asset Creation Projects such as Food for Work (FFW A and Non food Items (NFI) Projects will include development of land (i e terracing, trenching, contour amp Orchard Farm, etc), irrigation canals, dams and ponds, domestic water supply, construction of roads, schools and other rural infrastructure and agro forestry, etc Conduct feasibility assessment for above mentioned asset creation activities in advance to present at Sub office Project Review Committee (PRC) meeting Prepare necessary documents and suggestions for PRC at both WFP sub office and country office levels Actively liaison to CPs and country office focal points to facilitate for the Asset Creation projects Prepare briefing note for donor any asset creation mission Ensure implementation, monitoring and supervision of the Asset Creation projects, by following relevant WFP rules, guidelines, and agreed contracts to comply with technical specifications Build capacities of WFP programme staff and or Cooperating Partners staff for assessments, implementation, and monitoring of the Asset Creation projects Prepare the monitoring report for any asset creation activities done by CP amp WFP and provide suggestion in order to highlight room for improvement Assist to Country Office Programme Officer for programme related issue Update FFA CFA NFI database and prepare progress tracking sheet for CO submission Coordinate with relevant counterpart agencies departments, CPs and agencies working in Wa to increase smooth implementation and quality output Conduct necessary technical surveys and assessments for outputs and outcomes of the Asset Creation projects and analyze ways for livelihood improvement and sustainable development in the area and Perform any other duties as requested by supervisor QualificationEducation:Bachelor degree in majoring Civil engineering and or equivalent degree diploma in a field related to Civil engineering Experience:At least four years of progressively responsible in rural infrastructure development projects and at least one year at level or equivalent Knowledge:Experience utilizing computers including word processing, spreadsheet and other software packages Language:Fluency in both oral and written English and Myanmar Communicable in local languages (Chinese, Wa, Shan) will be added advantage Critical Success Factors:Ability to spell and write correctly in English ability to maintain accurate and precise records and to interpret and analyse a variety of data and resolve discrepancies Courtesy, tact and the ability to work effectively with people of different national and cultural backgrounds Desired skills:Strong analytical skills, knowledge and experiences of using computer such as Microsoft words and excel and auto CAD Experience of using other WFP software knowledge of WFP financial regulations and rules, and WFP policies and procedures in the area of work

Malteser International in Myanmar is seeking to hire a consultant to carry out an endline survey for its EuropeAid funded project Improved Access to and Utilisation of Health Services, Water and Sanitation Facilities, and Rights Protection for Uprooted People in Kayin State, Myanmar Background and RationaleMalteser International is the relief agency of the Sovereign Order of Malta for humanitarian aid With over projects annually in some countries throughout Africa, Asia and the Americas, we provide emergency relief after disasters and support recovery efforts with a focus on sustainable development Malteser International has been operational in Myanmar since and is currently implementing health, WASH (water, sanitation, hygiene) and DRR (disaster risk reduction) programs in Rakhine, Shan and Kayin States Malteser International and ADRA Myanmar have been implementing a health, WASH and rights project in Hpa An and Hlaing Bwe Townships in Kayin State, Myanmar since February Project: Improved Access to and Utilisation of Health Services, Water and Sanitation Facilities, and Rights Protection for Uprooted People in Kayin State, MyanmarProject Period: February July months)Project Budget: EURDonor: European Union (EuropeAid Aid to Uprooted People Programme in Myanmar)Beneficiaries: persons households) in villages in Hpa An and Hlaing Bwe townshipsProject objective: The objective of the project is to improve the living conditions of the highly vulnerable population in Hpa An and Hlaing Bwe townships in Kayin State by enhancing access to and utilisation of governmental and community based health services, improving access to water and sanitation through community led initiatives and promoting the protection of people s rights The governmental health system was strengthened through a) construction of health centres, b) gap filling in the provision of essential drugs at health centre level, c) enabling capacity building of governmental health providers and d) enabling regular outreach services To increase access to reproductive health services, the action focused on three pillars, raising awareness on community level for reproductive health needs through Mother Support Groups, enabling access to family planning, risk screening and safe delivery through a network of health entry points, and ensuring communication and ongoing training through regular meetings with BHS, AMWs and TBAs The action further aimed at providing villages access to at least litre water person day for both drinking and domestic use through the construction or renovation of wells and or Rain Water Collection tanks (RWCT) The same villages were provided with partial material support for the construction of household latrines For the sanitation component elements of the Community Lead Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach were included Objective of the endline surveyTo measure the achievements and impact of the project as compared to the baseline survey and establish a dataset for the final evaluation, a survey has to be carried out in selected villages out of a total of villages The endline survey shall assess basic socio demographic, PHC MNCH, hygiene, water and sanitation data, and measure achievements under the following expected results of the project:Result Access to and utilisation of primary health care services has increased through strengthening and expansion of public health services and increased cooperation with and among trained community based healthcare providers Result Access to reproductive health services has increased through a network of trained community maternal and child healthcare workers, government health staff and local health structures Result Access to safe water and appropriate sanitation facilities and hygiene awareness has improved in villages Result Awareness and protection of their rights as human beings and as citizens have increased significantly within the project communities, particularly among the most vulnerable groups Scope of workThe survey shall be conducted between end of April and May for a total number of working days For the implementation of the survey an independent team of consultants (including at least Myanmar consultant) shall be contracted Malteser international will be responsible forProviding necessary project documentation, incl the initial baseline survey, mid term evaluation and monitoring dataLogistical arrangements and providing access to the fieldProviding around staff members to support as enumerators data collection The consultant will be responsible forDevelopment of the questionnaire and (SPSS) database for data entry based on the baseline questionnaireDevelopment of guidelines for key informant interviews and participatory methodsTraining of enumerators for data collectionConducting the survey with support of staff from Malteser International and ADRA MyanmarData entry and data analysisWriting of survey report The report should include comparisons to the baseline data and other data sources (national and township health surveys) The endline study shall include quantitative, qualitative and participatory methods of data collection and analysis The consultant will develop the survey design, questionnaires and electronic format of the database, which should be in common use readymade software, (such as SPSS or Microsoft Access) The consultant will develop and propose the study design and appropriate methodologies, which will be agreed with Malteser International operation staffs before starting the field phase according to an agreed work plan Expected outputs and deliverablesThe draft endline report shall be submitted within two weeks after completion of the field phase Malteser International shall provide comments within two weeks after the submission of the draft endline report The final endline report shall be submitted two weeks after Malteser International submitted the feedback The final endline report shall follow the following structureExecutive summary (that will be of standalone character, max pages) Main Report focusing on the purpose and objectives of the endline raised in this ToR (max pages) Annex of main supporting documents, agenda, maps, interview guidelines, etc The report and all background documentation will remain the property of Malteser International and will be promulgated as appropriate by Malteser International The consultant shall not use the information generated during the baseline study in any other way or for personal purposes Required expertiseFor the implementation of the survey an independent consultant or consultant team shall be contracted Essential qualifications:At least years of proven experience in conducting surveys or assessments for humanitarian or development projects, preferably in the field of health, especially PHC and MNCH and WASH Demonstrated technical expertise in PHC MNCH health and WASH programs Previous working experience in Myanmar, preferably in Kayin State Excellent data analysis and community participation skills Fluent in Myanmar, both written and verbal (consultant or one member of consultant team) Relevant university degree or higher education

For more than years, M decins du Monde, a campaigning medical organisation committed to international solidarity, has been caring for the most vulnerable populations at home and abroad It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health for all policies Those working for this independent organisation do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations of human dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living in precarious situations MdM currently works in countries across all continents where it focuses on priority areas: caring for the health of migrants and displaced persons, promoting sexual and reproductive health, combating HIV and reducing the harm and risks associated with drug use, crises and conflicts MdM has been operating in Myanmar since Currently, MdM is focusing on the following projects: A comprehensive harm reduction programme aiming at increasing access to HIV VHC prevention and care services, in Yangon and Kachin, targeting most at risk groups (sex workers, men having sex with men, drug users) A mother and child health programme, in the Irrawaddy Delta, in partnership with the ministry of health TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:As monitoring and evaluation coordinator, you report directly to the deputy general coordinator and line manage the monitoring and evaluation manager and the database assistant Your mission is to lead on enhancing quality monitoring and learning systems of MdM interventions in Myanmar You support the coordination team and field teams in strengthening monitoring and learning processes and tools In line with MdM country strategy, you: Improve amp implement the organisation s monitoring and evaluation system Supervise the design and implementation of a new medical database Streamline the health data collection, compilation and analysis Train and build the capacity of MdM staff on monitoring, evaluation and accountability Provide technical assistance during regular projects reviews and through assessments, researches and evaluations Build the capacity of national counterparts to take over monitoring and evaluation management system responsibilities Contribute to internal and external reporting Liaise with external stakeholders (donors, I NGOs, UN agencies, etc )CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:Status EmployeeContract Fixed term contractDuration monthsStarting date: ASAPPosition based in Yangon, with field visitsSingle postingSKILLS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED:At least years experience in public health in development humanitarian contextStrong knowledge of management information system and relevant data collection toolsExtensive experience in project cycle managementAbility to train and coach collaboratorsRelevant knowledge of reproductive health and HIV related interventions is appreciatedKnowledge of the region contextAbility to work under a minimum of supervisionStrong problem solving and organisational skillsAbility to classify and to manage prioritiesListening and diplomacy skillsTeam spiritCapacity to work and to live in a multicultural environmentLanguages:English fluent (oral and written)French is an assetYou are committed to MdM s values as an organisation and motivated by its non statutory, NFP model TELEPHONE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTEDMdM stands up for the integration of people living with disabilities and fights against discrimination

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May June**Contract length: years full timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long term crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, and ensure that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Team Leader, you will be responsible for the overall delivery of the programme You will be responsible for building, managing and bridging relationships with, and between, key government institutions and non state actors, establishing HARP as a trusted Facility in the fast changing Myanmar political economy From the outset, you will provide technical leadership and oversee the development of a strategy that will deliver coherent, evidence based results across HARP s components You will ensure that HARP s results are sustainable and inclusive, building the capacity of humanitarian service providers You will oversee the monitoring of progress to ensure that the programme successfully meets its objectives and is delivered in full compliance with DFID s expectations and requirements The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of international development, peace studies, business administration, public policy or other relevant10+ years of experience in the fields of humanitarian assistance, disaster risk reduction, programme and grants fund management, strengthening non governmental organisations, with demonstrated results and impact10+ years of experience of successfully managing multi disciplinary technical and operational teams in challenging and fast changing contextsDemonstrated track record of successfully building the capacity of local partners to deliver humanitarian assistance, and of advising donors to improve humanitarian programming and coordination in contexts similar to MyanmarKnowledge and understanding of humanitarian cluster coordination at country levelTrack record of delivering complex, multi faceted donor funded programmes in challenging and fast changing environmentsDemonstrated ability to deliver humanitarian or technical assistance programmes effectively in a challenging political economy environment while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesExperience of providing or supporting humanitarian and or technical assistance in MyanmarExcellent communication and diplomatic skills and experience in dealing with high level officials DesirableWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme designExperience designing and managing grants fundsStrong facilitation and communications skills, experience in contracting services and ensuring effective delivery of technical assistanceKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleExperience of working in South East Asia

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May June**Contract length: years full timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, and ensure that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Deputy Team Leader (Technical), you will provide technical and managerial support to the Team Leader in the design and delivery of HARP, ensuring full compliance with DFID s requirements You will ensure effective programme implementation, including the consideration of VfM Value for Money aspects, across the project and interventions You will be responsible for the provision of Technical Assistance (TA) to entities engaged in humanitarian work, and overseeing the management of the HARP Strategic Capacity Building Facility (SCBF), targeting national NGOs You will support the programme s relationship management with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), local organisations, government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes You will also support effective communication and working partnerships within and between the HARP team and its implementing partners The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of International Development, Humanitarian Assistance, Emergency Practice, Public Policy, Business administration or other relevant10+ years of experience in the fields of humanitarian assistance, coordination and relief including Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and disaster management Crisis response, preparedness, recovery and resilience Support to refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Conflict sensitivity and peace building In depth understanding of CSO NGO Organisational and Systems Development, Capacity Building and Management in the humanitarian contextExperience managing multi disciplinary teams to deliver results as part of facility type donor funded projects in challenging and fast changing context, including managing pools of short term consultantsExperience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on donor funded programmesExcellent analytical and report writing skills DesirableStrong facilitation and communications skills, experience in contracting services and ensuring effective delivery of technical assistanceDemonstrated ability to deliver humanitarian or technical assistance programmes effectively in a challenging political economy environment while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleWell established networks in Myanmar and regionally Working knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme designKnowledge of in country humanitarian coordination mechanisms

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May JuneContract length: years part timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long term crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, while ensuring that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge Management, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Political Economy Analysis expert, you will deliver the initial Political Economy Analysis for HARP during the inception period including the design of a Theory of Change to inform strategic direction and delivery in compliance with DFID s requirements You will support the leadership team to identify opportunities for interventions with optimum project impact while providing analysis of constraints and risk mitigation You will update and revise the PEA at regular intervals during the implementation period to ensure its alignment to the successful delivery of the programme and contribution to improved humanitarian action You will engage with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of economics, political science, international development, public policy, business administration or other relevantAt least years of experience in the fields of international development, humanitarian research or policy developmentProven track record in designing and delivering comprehensive political economy analyses (including a theory of change) as part of large donor funded development projects, preferably related to humanitarian assistance and capacity building of non governmental organisations (NGOs) or civil society organisations (CSOs)Demonstrated ability to participate in the design and delivery of large and complex donor funded programmes in challenging and fast changing environments while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesStrong people skills including stakeholder relationship building, especially with developing national and sub national NGOs and CSOs, and developing relationships with multiple stakeholdersExperience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on large donor funded programmesExcellent analytical and report writing skills DesirableStrong facilitation and communications skillsKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme design

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May JuneContract length: years full timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, and ensure that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance, a Grant Fund and Knowledge, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Deputy Team Leader (Fund Management), you will provide technical and managerial support to the Team Leader in the design and delivery of HARP, ensuring full compliance with DFID s requirements You will be responsible for effective programme implementation, with the consideration of VfM Value for Money aspects, across the project and interventions You will focus on Fund Management of the HARP facility, including the design and supervision of the call for proposals process (grants) You will support the programme s relationship management with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes You will also support effective communication and working partnerships within and between the HARP team and its implementing partners The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of Economics, Accounting, Finance, Business administration or other relevant10+ years experience managing large scale grant funds as part of donor funded programmes related to humanitarian assistance or capacity building of civil society organisations (CSOs)Experience managing operational teams to deliver results as part of facility type donor funded projects in challenging and fast changing contextsA track record in grant fund design and management, including designing and managing calls for proposals, ensuring Value for Money (VfM)Experience of managing direct invitation and open competition grants application processes, including innovation and technology to manage track grants, equality, and access to allExperience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on donor funded programmesExcellent analytical and report writing skills DesirableStrong facilitation and communications skills, experience in contracting services and ensuring effective delivery of technical assistanceDemonstrated ability to deliver humanitarian or technical assistance programmes effectively in a challenging political economy environment while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleWell established networks in Myanmar and regionallyWorking knowledge of the in country humanitarian cluster model coordination mechanismWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme design

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May JuneContract length: years part timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long term crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, while ensuring that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge Management, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Organisational Development Specialist, you will support the programme s management team with the design and implementation of the Technical assistance component and Strategic Capacity Building Facility (SCBF) of HARP You will design and deliver interventions aimed at building the capacity of entities engaged in humanitarian work in Myanmar, with a focus on national and local non governmental organisations (NGOs) This will include analysing and addressing the primary capacity related constraints to humanitarian action in Myanmar You will engage with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), local organisations, government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes You will also support effective communication and working partnerships within and between the HARP team and its implementing partners The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of political sciences, international development, public policy, organisational development, business administration or other relevant10+ years of experience in Capacity building of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), with demonstrated results and impactSolid track record in building the organisational capacity of national and local organisations providing humanitarian assistance in challenging and fast changing environmentsExperience analysing and addressing capacity related constraints to addressing humanitarian needs in contexts similar to Myanmar, with consideration of the role of all relief providers (private sector, financial intermediaries, etc)Experience designing and implementing capacity building strategies to improve both the organisational and technical capacity of NGOs and CSOsExperience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on donor funded programmesExcellent analytical and report writing skills DesirableStrong facilitation and communications skills, experience in contracting services and ensuring effective delivery of technical assistanceWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme designDemonstrated ability to deliver humanitarian or technical assistance programmes effectively in a challenging political economy environment while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleWell established networks in Myanmar and regionally, including the network to attract applications from the whole region

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May JuneContract length: years full timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long term crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, while ensuring that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge Management, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Results Manager, your key focus will be to lead the development and implementation of the HARP Facility Monitoring and Evaluation (M amp E) framework based on the programme theory of change and results chains You will support HARP s management team through overseeing the day to day data gathering and analysis, including data collection for baselines, mid lines and end lines, and contributing to the programme s overall knowledge and results management strategy You will engage with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), local organisations, government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes You will also support effective communication and working partnerships within and between the HARP team and its implementing partners The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of Economics, Statistics, Public Policy, Business Administration or other relevant field10+ years relevant experience designing and monitoring large donor programmes, applying results based methodologies that incorporate qualitative and quantitative analysis Ability to undertake in depth programme analysis, link to strategic direction and oversee monitoring teamDemonstrated technical expertise to monitor and evaluate technical assistance programmes related to humanitarian assistance and or capacity building of non governmental organisations (NGOs) and civil society organisations (CSOs)Experience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on large scale donor funded programmes particularly programmes involving grants fund managementExcellent analytical and report writing skills DesirableStrong facilitation and communications skills, experience in contracting services and ensuring effective delivery of technical assistanceDemonstrated ability to deliver humanitarian or technical assistance programmes effectively in a challenging political economy environment while addressing gender, youth, conflict and inter communal ethnic strife issuesKnowledge and experience of delivering DFID programmes, including ensuring value for money throughout the project lifecycleWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme design

*This position is for an upcoming bid which we expect to submit by March with mobilisation around May JuneContract length: years full timeLocation: Yangon, MyanmarThe ProgrammeDFID s Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) aims to reduce poverty and suffering of crisis affected people in Myanmar and Thailand border areas This year programme will increase the effectiveness of humanitarian action in long term crises, improve emergency preparedness and response across Myanmar, while ensuring that assistance tackles the causes of humanitarian needs and builds resilience HARP plans to achieve these goals through a Facility that will include three components: Technical Assistance a Grant Fund and Knowledge Management, Learning and Monitoring The PositionAs the Knowledge Management Specialist, you will lead on the design and implementation of the HARP Knowledge and Learning Strategy, working closely with the HARP monitoring and evaluation team You will be responsible for the delivery of the strategy, capturing and disseminating learning ensuring feedback loops are incorporating beneficiary views across the HARP programme You will also be responsible for internal and external cross programme engagement and sharing of lessons learnt You will engage with multiple stakeholders, including grantees (UN Organisations, international or national NGOs, and civil society organisations), government institutions, and other donors and donor programmes You will also support effective communication and working partnerships within and between the HARP team and its implementing partners The PersonEssentialAn advanced university degree (or equivalent) in the fields of international development, development studies, development communications, social policy, business administration or other relevantExtensive experience and technical expertise in knowledge management and capacity development on a large development programme with a proven track record of successfully designing and implementing knowledge management strategiesKnowledge of the in country humanitarian cluster response mechanism and coordination channelsExperience in capturing and disseminating evidence across multiple donor funded initiatives related to humanitarian assistanceExperience in facilitation of cross organisation lesson learning, capturing of intellectual capital, its dissemination and application, including development of collaborative tools to promote experience sharing and innovationStrong communication skills both written and verbal, excellent report writing and organisational skillsSolid team working and interpersonal skills, as well as cultural sensitivityGood IT skills (MS Office package, Adobe), including familiarity with new digital communications and web based platformsExperience of working in Myanmar and or elsewhere in South East AsiaDemonstrated ability to deliver results on donor funded programmes DesirableCapacity building expertise in the areas of learning and continuous improvement, including the design and delivery of training modulesFamiliarity with policy research and analysis, and ability to translate findings into clear, engaging and user friendly contents for outreach and disseminationExperience with communications and outreach strategies, including design and production of communications materialsWorking knowledge of DFID s approaches to humanitarian assistance and resilience building, and experience in supporting programme design

The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is an international scientific organisation headquartered in Paris, France since It has regional and country offices in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America and South East Asia regions For more information about The Union visit www theunion orgThe Union Office in Myanmar is one of the principal providers of antiretroviral treatment in Myanmar, with close to patients receiving care The activities began there in with an Integrated HIV Care for TB patients launched at Mandalay General Hospital Since then the programme has grown dramatically, and its 4P approach based on the Partnership between Patients and the Public and Private sectors has been a widely recognised success In its work with government, international partners, civil society and a network of volunteers the office now supports people with ART, and has assisted with the finding of new TB patients in and supports patients with MDR TB The office is located in Mandalay, and employs national staff POSITIONThe Union Office in Myanmar has a vacancy for a Course Administrative Assistant based at The Union Office in Myanmar, Mandalay The position is reporting to the Country Director of The Union Office in Myanmar Overall Role:The overall role of the Course Administrative Assistant is to assist with organising Operational Research and other short courses conducted by The Union Myanmar Office and provide comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to the project(s) and its staff Specific Responsibilities:Answer to information requests about coursesPost application forms and course outlines on The Union WebsiteCollect completed application forms, CVs, written statements and check that all required documents are includedMake a list of candidatesEmail the Project Director: list of candidates, application forms, CVs and required documentsCommunicate application results to candidatesSend acceptance letters to selected participantsCoordinate hotel bookings, ensure venue is prepared and audio video materials and coffee breaks are organisedCoordinate with Travel Services for travel arrangements of participants and facilitatorsPrepare allowances and reimbursements for participantsCoordinate purchase of stationery and prepare course materialsCoordinate with the Logistics Unit for the dispatch of course materialsContribute to any changes that are needed in the logistics and administrationFollow up on course expenses with the Project AdministratorCommunicate details of the participants to the Membership Services (for their year Union Membership with access to the IJTLD)Prepare internal invoices for the Membership subscription of the participantsPrepare course certificates at the end of each module and at the end of the coursePrepare a feedback form and take a lead role in the analysis of the feedbackManages appointments, correspondence, calendars, schedule and co ordinate meeting conference calls Answers inquiries that require a complete knowledge of office policies and procedures Assembles and organises information for meetings (e g staff meetings) This being a critical programme support function, the position is expected to demonstrate people friendly attitude, provide timely support and develop well planned work plans and annual calendar of deadlines for key compliance Assist Travel coordinator with travel arrangements, travel expense reports, hotel reservations and other travel logistics including visa letters, as and when required for the project(s) Independently handle the reception (answer incoming calls and transfers, respond to inquiries), as and when required and ensure messages reach staff in an effective and timely manner, sort and distribute all office incoming and outgoing mail, send daily mail including express priority mail etc Provide back up support to programmes as requested Develop filing system for project related files and assist in maintaining The Myanmar office database To assist the course coordinator and OR fellow(s) in monitoring the course outputs, in particular the month acceptance and publication of submitted papers and the months assessment of whether research has changed policy and practice and whether the participant institution has continued to engage in operational research following the completion of the course Perform other relevant duties as required by the supervisor, Office Director Qualifications and Experience:Must be a self driven individual with a strong sense of initiativeWork effectively within a team environment throughout the development life cycleGood interpersonal and communication skillsExcellent verbal and written skills in English additional languagesProficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and OutlookWork experience for non governmental organisation development organisations, and in the health sector an advantageEnthusiastic, professional and positive approachPays attention to details, and to work under pressureIdentifies with The Union s organisation values of Quality, Accountability, Independence and Solidarity

Competitive salary plus benefitsFull time post2 year Fixed Term contract, Accompanied positionYangon, MyanmarHelpAge International is a global network of not for profit organisations with a vision of a world where older people fulfill their potential to lead active, dignified, healthy and secure lives With over affiliates and partners across more than countries the HelpAge network brings together hundreds of organisations worldwide HelpAge has developed a strong presence in Myanmar, ranging from community based work to policy making levels Currently, HelpAge in collaboration with relevant government agencies and partners is implementing projects in the areas of livelihoods and food security, Social Protection, Health and NCDs, conflict resolution and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Working in Myanmar you will lead the HelpAge programme and team in Myanmar, including representational and strategic leadership, as well as overall lead of HelpAge projects, offices and staff financial management oversight security fundraising government, partner and donor relationships You will have substantial experience in development work and in managing rural development projects particularly formation of groups and building their capacity You will have experience in managing large multi donor budgets and managing effective collaboration with local partner organizations and government agencies The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience of working in Asia with demonstrable experience of project implementation, including planning, monitoring and evaluation systems and proper management of project budgets The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence, communicate and negotiate with a wide range of people and organisations at all levels with tact Diplomacy and sensitivity to cultural differences are essential Closing date: February 2016Start date: ASAPHelpAge International is an equal opportunities employer

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Fixed Term GS 5Post title Administration AssistantNumber of Post 1Duty Station YangonReport To Senior Administration AssociateRequired Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for application February 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of Senior Administration Associate, the Administration Assistant will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Maintain a selected number of administrative control records, such as for travel and other commitments and expenditures Make travel arrangements for staff from (Country Office and Sub Offices) which includes making reservation for tickets, ensuring that tickets are collected and given to the passenger in good time, and that all travel is in accordance with the WFP travel guidance Liaise with travel agents and ensure that the office gets the best service and price for all travel Accurate payment to the travel agents for official air tickets, payment through trip document against invoices and approved Travel Authorization, monthly reconciliation of ticket cost Maintain database for Country Office staff travel and costs including an updated list in all staff on travel assist in providing staff with information regarding requirements for travel both within the country and abroad Initiate and process travel requests and claims and review all travel claims submitted by staff for reimbursement Train staff in the country office and sub offices engaged in the processing of travel documents in the procedures, rules and regulations and in the administration of documentation Assist in the preparation of office budgets on travel costs and maintain necessary control records Monthly follow up with sub offices for open trip documents to take the required action Visa application for overseas travel of WFP staff Entry visa application and processing for short mission from HQ, Regional Bureau or other WFP country offices Prepare, review and facilitate the Purchase Requests from sub offices and proceed Good Received Note Service Entry Sheet upon delivery of goods and services Review quarterly fuel requirement from sub offices, and process MPPE fuel permit application Act as focal person for vendor request from different requesting units and coordinate with Vendor Office to get vendor number and update information on time Assist in data entry of Fleet Management System and produce quarterly report Supervise to Fleet Manager and assist in vehicle management tasks as and when required Visit to sub offices which are in need to be visited for providing the administrative assistance Perform other related duties as assigned Qualifications:Education:Completion of secondary school education Preferable to have University Degree or a post secondary certificate in the related functional area Experience:At least four years of practical commercial professional experience in administration, secretarial or operation support Experience in following areas is an advantage Performing all routine administrative activities in line with operating standards through day to day work Providing ad hoc guidance to new staff membersKnowledge amp SkillKnowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Good understanding of office administration and operation support to provide quality administrative practices Preferable to have general knowledge of UN system policies, rules, regulations and procedures governing procurement administration Training and or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Must have good command in both oral and written English and Myanmar

Description A Chief Engineer with Hilton Hotels and Resorts will manage the Engineering Team to efficiently maintain all hotel operations such that safety, security, conversation, and compliance are ensured at the highest levels.What will it be like to work for this Hilton Brand One of the most recognized names in the industry, Hilton Hotels Resorts offers travelers a world of authentic experiences. The brand continues to be the innovative, forward thinking global leader of hospitality. With products and services that meet the needs of tomorrow s savvy global travelers, we shape experiences in which every Guest feels cared for, valued, and respected.If you understand the importance of upholding a brand s reputation and value the effort it takes to provide a globally recognized hospitality experience, you may be just the person we are looking for to work as a Team Member with Hilton Hotels Resorts. Because it s with Hilton Hotels Resorts where we promise an exceptional Guest experience every time.What will I be doing As Chief Engineer, you are responsible for the effective management of all engineering and maintenance operations within the hotel, including energy conservation. You are also responsible for the development of the Engineering Team and staying abreast of compliance regulations and procedures in the field of Engineering, as required for hotel standards. Specifically, a Chief Engineer will perform the following tasks to the highest standards Lead the Engineering Team in the day to day engineering and maintenance operations of the hotel, including service standards, equipment schedules, and work schedules Communicate with Housekeeping to coordinate and prioritize maintenance activities for Guest rooms and public areas Develop systems and procedures to ensure the health and safety of Guests and Team Members, as well as the proper conditions for plants, machinery, and property Communicate with Government agencies to ensure full compliance with statutory regulations Prepare Capital and Repairs Maintenance budgets for Engineering Identify and introduce environmentally friendly systems and equipment Monitor Key Performance Indicators for the Engineering Department and take corrective action, as required, to improve equipment inventory, quality audit, productivity, and other objectives Manage all Team Member related activities, including recruitment, performance management, training, career planning, disciplinary matters, and team motivationRequirements What are we looking for Chief Engineers serving Hilton Worldwide Brand hotels and vacations are always working on behalf of our Guests and working with other Team Members. To successfully fill this role, you should maintain the attitude, behaviors, skills, and values that follow A degree in Engineering or similar, required A trade qualification or similar training, preferred Experience in a senior position with extensive working knowledge of Engineering operations, preferably in the hotel industry Current knowledge of modern trends and applications in the field of Engineering Exposure to budgeting and basic accounting Strong leadership skills and previous experience of managing a team Proficient, at an advanced level, with computers and relevant computer programsWhat benefits will I receive Your benefits will include a competitive starting salary and holiday entitlement. As an employee you will become a member of the The Hilton Club which provides reduced hotel room rates in our hotels worldwide, plus discounts on products and services offered by Hilton Worldwide and its partners. We look forward to explaining in detail the range of excellent benefits that you would expect from a global hotel organization like Hilton Worldwide.Learn more now about Hilton Hotels Resorts the global leader of hospitality.More than 500 locations and nearly 200,000 rooms across six continentsInnovations include: pioneering the airport hotel concept, becoming the first coast to coast hotel chain in the US, and the first to install televisions in Guest oomsFlagship brand of Hilton Worldwide with properties in more than 77 countriesMore than 70 world class resorts and more nearly 200 full service spasHarris Poll EquiTrend , Brand of the Year Full Service Hotel for 2010 and 2011Number one global brand awareness in the hospitality industry EOE/AA/Disabled/Veterans

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World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Fixed Term NO BPost title Programme Policy Officer (Monitoring amp Evaluation)Number of Post OneDuty Station YangonReport To Head of Monitoring and Evaluation UnitRequired Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for application February 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of Head of Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, the Programme Policy Officer (Monitoring amp Evaluation) will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Support planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation activities on effectiveness of all food assistance interventions (e g beneficiary needs and status, food security status, programme modalities, implementation challenges, etc Review and give technical feedback on monitoring and evaluation plans for new programmes and budget revisions to ensure that plans are risk based and focus on measuring results (e g checking monitoring and evaluation budgets are allocated and appropriate log frame indicators and outcome targets are documented) Contribute to the analysis of outcome data and recommend improvements to programme interventions and to enhance WFPs ability to demonstrate outcome focussed results Produce frequent monitoring and evaluation progress reports with status of results and implementation of improvements Follow up on monitoring and evaluation findings to ensure that corrective actions are taken and or adjustments are made to programme responses as required Train national and partner staff in appropriate monitoring and evaluation techniques to build capacity of staff, increase awareness on the importance of monitoring and evaluation and encourage accountability for demonstrating results Work in close collaboration with internal counterparts and external partners to strengthen the quality and consistency of monitoring and evaluation activities in the field Work in close collaboration with internal counterparts and external partners to strengthen the data quality, accuracy and consistency to build credible performance evidence Provide monitoring and evaluation findings and recommendations to support performance planning and risk analysis, emergency preparedness, security risk management and risk mitigation activities Act in an assigned emergency response capacity as required to meet emergency food assistance needs Perform other related duties as assigned QualificationEducation:Preferable to have Advanced University degree in Sociology, Social Development, Development Economics or Performance Management or other relevant field, or First University degree with additional years of relevant work experience and or training courses Experience:At least one year of postgraduate professional experience in humanitarian assistance, food aid support, or development Experience in following areas is an advantage Cultivated sustainable relationships with local NGOs, government authorities, and other implementation partners, Performed monitoring, evaluations and assessments at multiple field locations Has research experience using variety of analytical tools and methods for causality analysis, forecasting, and other data modeling needs Knowledge amp SkillKnowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice General knowledge of UN system, policies, rules, regulations and procedures governing administration Knowledge of the political, economic and social situation in Myanmar Training and or experience utilizing computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Fluency in both oral and written English and Myanmar

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Service Contract SC 6Post title Programme Associate (Asset Creation)Number of Post 1Duty Station YangonReport To Programme Policy Officers (Asset Creation)Required Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for application February 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of Programme Policy Officers (Asset Creation), the Programme Associate will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Provide engineering and project management services, apply best practices, standards and innovative technologies that comply with WFP policies, procedures, guidelines and operations Assist programme policy officer in reviewing Field Level Agreements (FLAs) and individual proposals and provide technical guidance to sub offices (SOs) and cooperative partners (CPs) Provide technical guidance, on job trainings and workshops together with programme policy officer to WFP SOs staff and CP staff for assessments, designing, implementation, and monitoring of the projects Conduct monitor visits in the project areas and inspect FFA CFA and NFI projects to ensure that the relevant WFP norms are properly adopted and required quality is achieved Compile monthly project tracking sheets submitted by SOs and analyze by type of projects and type of transfer modalities Attend meetings and workshops conducted by the government departments and other agencies as necessary Liaise and coordinate with the relevant government departments (i e YCDC, ministry of agriculture and irrigation etc as necessary Conduct necessary technical surveys, measurements and design of FFA CFA and NFI projects and analyze ways for livelihood improvement and sustainable development in the area Prepare asset creation technical guide books together with engineers from SOs and publish for internal and external uses Travel, assist and provide guidance support to the project design of ad hoc projects, in case of emergencies Perform other related duties as assigned Qualifications:Education:Completion of secondary school education Preferable to have University Degree or a post secondary certificate in the related functional area Experience:Preferable four years of practical experience in work with technical teams, contribute to implementation of programmes and observe or assist with policy discussions Having relevant experiences in UN organization or INGO will be advantaged Knowledge amp SkillKnowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Preferable to have general knowledge of UN system policies, rules, regulations and procedures governing procurement administration Training and or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Must have good command in both oral and written English and Myanmar

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Fixed Term NO BPost title Programme Policy Officer (Gender and Protection)Number of Post OneDuty Station YangonReport To Head of ProgrammeRequired Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for application February 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of the Head of Programme, and work closely with all Programme units in the Country office, as well as with the sub offices, the Programme Policy Officer (Gender and Protection) will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Support the Country Office (CO) in increasing awareness of protection and gender among WFP and WFP partners Support the implementation of gender and protection related programme responses and adopt gender and protection specific approaches Support the training of WFP staff on protection and gender appropriate programme approaches Support WFP in implementing WFPs Policy on humanitarian protection to ensure WFPs operations and programme activities take beneficiaries protection concerns into account and facilitate safe, dignified and accountable assistance Support the development of relationships with protection mandated agencies and inter agency gender and protection related working groups Support the building of the governments capacity to implement protection and gender related responses Travel to sub offices to provide technical support and capacity building on gender and protection issues, as required Support the implementation of complaints and feedback mechanism within WFP programmes Develop and facilitate gender and protection workshops with a focus on complaints and feedback mechanism Support programm teams to undertake context analysis including protection and gender specific analysis in Myanmar Support the formulation of adequate work plans, including gender and protection aspects, for programme teams Support the gender and protection mainstreaming in programmme implementation, monitoring and evaluation Support the M amp E unit to elaborate monitoring tools, including gender and protection components Liaise with government on programming issues and making sure gender and protection issues are mainstreamed within guidelines and policies Disseminate and explain WFP gender policy to WFP staff, and how it will be translated in the Myanmar context and programme activities Elaborate a specific monitoring mechanism for feedback and complaints mechanism Perform other related duties as required QualificationEducation:Preferable to have Advanced University degree in Law, International Relations, Communications, Social Development, Social Sciences, Gender Studies or other relevant fields, or First University degree with additional years of relevant work experience and or training courses Experience:At least one year of postgraduate professional experience in social development, communications, gender and protection, humanitarian and development issues Experience in following areas is an advantage Has experience in Results Based Management, including monitoring and reporting Has deepened technical knowledge through exposure to technical teams Has taken leadership of implementing programmes Has provided input into policy discussions and decisions Knowledge amp SkillKnowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Good knowledge and understanding of UN policies and strategy in gender and protection, global human rights issues, country s development plans and policies is an asset General knowledge of UN system, policies, rules, regulations and procedures governing administration Training and or experience utilizing computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Fluency in both oral and written English and Myanmar

SUMMARY STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:The Finance Controller based in Yangon has the overall policy and management responsibility for the finance and accounting functions for the country program The Finance Controllers responsibilities include general controllership, staff training, management, and treasury and budget functions Specific responsibilities within each functional area are as follows:SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:ControllershipEnsures that all policies and procedures are in compliance with IRC and funding source policies, procedures, and requirements,As required, establishes finance and supporting function policies, systems and procedures, and directs or performs their development, documentation, and implementation Oversees the finance department activities and schedules to meet the financial reporting requirements and deadlines specified by IRC Headquarters and donors Closely monitors all financial activities, and keeps the CD advised of all situations which have the potential for a negative impact on internal controls or financial performance Oversees that on a monthly basis balance sheet reconciliations are completed on a timely basis and that final reconciliation and trial balances are reviewed with the CD Approves all donor financial reports in respect to accounting, legal and contractual requirements and ensures the review of such reports by the CD and Regional Controller prior to submission Develops schedules and performs or supervises the completion of country internal control audits, and initiates actions necessary to correct internal control weaknesses Facilitates and co ordinates external, internal, donor or government auditsOversees the protection of the country s assets (cash, inventory, NEP) through the enforcement of internal control policies and proceduresMaintains current knowledge of local government requirements related to financial matters and ensures compliance with tax regulations and other legal requirementsLiaising with IRC NY, the Regional Unit and relevant Technical Units on all Finance, Accounting, Grant, Budget Management and cash management matters Training amp Staff ManagementLead orientation and refresher training programs for international staff to ensure staff are aware of their roles and responsibilities in the area of budgeting, grant management and are updated with new procedures, IRC global initiatives Monitor staff competencies post training and provide regular feedback and guidance to ensure all gaps in knowledge are addressed and rectified with supervisors as appropriate Advise National Finance Controller where necessary with Finance Orientation sessions for all new staff Lead the Budgeting and Planning team maintains cooperative relations with other departments, and interacts with them in a positive manner Supervision of the National Finance Controller, Sub Grants and Compliance Department and Budget Staff based in the country office Establish annual performance objectives for direct reports Ensure Direct Reports establish timely annual performance objectives for their staff BudgetDevelop Country Office operating budget and ensure quarterly re forecasts are prepare according to country office requirements Supervise the preparation and revision of all grant budget proposals Review and supervise the preparation of all Budget versus Actual reports on a monthly basis in donor currency to ensure maximum utilization of budgeted amounts and to provide recommendations for realignments as required In compliance with donor requirements and IRC policy develops the Field Operations Overhead budget and recommends a methodology for allocation of overhead to grant budgets Prepares the annual and monthly cash budgets based on approved funding Accountable of monthly field expense reports and send to the Field Coordinators and DDO in a timely manner Analyze the use of unrestricted funding versus approved allocations and share with the country director on a monthly basis Sub grantees PartnersThe international finance controller under the direction of the Country Director and is responsible for ensuring all sub grants compliance with donor regulations and coordinates the submission of timely and accurate financial and narrative donor reports The compilation of internal reports, designing and editing of IRC Program literature, other public information materials, including orientation materials, and special reports on IRC s activities Supporting the Country Director and Deputy Director efforts in designing, writing, editing new proposals in coordination with the sector and field coordinators Manage sub grants in close collaboration with all relevant departments Perform other duties as required by the Country Director QualificationsEducation:A Relevant degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce or Finance with a recognized professional certificate in accounting such as CPA, or a Masters degree in Accounting Experience:Minimum eight years experience of managerial experience in the financial area of a non profit organization or eight years of managerial experience in finance in an international commercial organization Requires extensive experience in working with computerized accounting systems, standard spreadsheet and database programs Skills and Abilities:Good written and verbal skills in the English language Extensive experience in working with computerized accounting systems, standard spreadsheet and database programs (SUN System and Vision)Must be comfortable in being a proactive member of the top management team Must seek to identify and communicate potential problems and propose solutions to the level of management appropriate to effect solutions Must be able to function effectively in a loosely structured, but complex work environment and to set appropriate priorities and deal effectively with numerous simultaneous requirements Ability to carry out responsibilities independently with minimal technical support from within the program organization Must be a patient and good communicator who can function in an organizational environment involving a diversity of cultures, languages, and personal interests and agendas Good at role of facilitator and team player in solving problems This post is open for international staff and Myanmar citizens with years overseas experience Committed to staff training and development

Medical Coordinator (M F) for Myanmar (based in Yangon) This position is open to Myanmar nationals only M decins du Monde (MdM) is an international humanitarian organization whose mission is to provide medical care for the most vulnerable populations, the world over, including France It seeks to stimulate voluntary commitment from doctors, other health care providers, and from those whose expertise in other fields is needed for its activities, to enlist all competent support required for the achievement of its projects, and to seek at all times to encourage close working relationships with populations in its care MdM has been operating in Myanmar since Its main programme delivers comprehensive Harm Reduction and HIV AIDS VHC prevention and care, focusing on the high risk groups of Drug Users (Kachin State), Female Sex Workers and Men having Sex with Men (Yangon area) In addition, MdM is implementing, in partnership with the Ministry of Health, a Mother and Child Health programme in the Irrawaddy Delta THE MISSIONMdM has been operating in Myanmar since Currently, MdM is focusing on the following projects in the country:A comprehensive Harm Reduction programme aiming at increasing access to HIV VHC prevention and care services, in Yangon and Kachin, targeting most at risk groups (sex workers, men having sex with men, drug users) The project is implemented with a comprehensive approach, including a wide range of activities for prevention (drop in centres, outreach activities including harm reduction, methadone substitution therapy) and care (STI diagnosis and treatment, HIV diagnosis and treatment, including ARV) In Kachin, the project is implemented in main sites (Myitkyina, Moegaung, Hopin) and sub sites (Dum Gan, Namti) Activities include health education in outreach, needles and syringe exchange programme, methadone substitution programme, counselling and HIV testing, and medical care for PLHIV (STI, OI, TB and ARV) In Yangon, the project is implemented in one main site, with broad outreach activities Current and future strategy focuses on supporting local civil society and health system in scaling up and provision of health services the programme is funded by Global Fund In the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis (May MdM implemented an emergency medical project in Pyapon, which entered in January a post emergency phase, with the launch of a project aiming at strengthening community health systems As of January the project s focus has shifted towards technical support to local health authorities in implementing comprehensive Maternal and Child Health Programme under 3MDG funding Key activities includes capacity building of public health staff support to public health facilities in planning and budgeting management of health services delivery including through community based volunteer interventions as well as monitoring of health information systems There are over collaborators in the mission The Medical Coordinator supervises technically all medical activities at a national level, in Yangon Region, Kachin State and in Pyapon Township (Ayeyarwaddy region) TASKS AND RESPONSABILITIES:I Hierarchical amp Functional linksThe post holder will perform her his tasks and responsibilities under the supervision of the Deputy General Coordinator S he directly line manages a Laboratory Supervisor and Medical technical Advisors S he works in close coordination with the Field Coordinators, Harm Reduction Advocacy Coordinator and Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator From HQ, s he works closely with the Medical advisor in the Eurasia department and the technical support unit (S2AP) II Essential dutiesUnder the supervision and in close collaboration with the Deputy General Coordinator, the Medical Coordinator undertakes:To overall coordinate medical aspects of MdM programme in MyanmarTo supervise, monitor, analyse and evaluate MdM medical projects outcomesTo ensure quality of the programme through regular technical supervision and support to project teams in the implementation of health related initiativesTo line manage health technical personnel providing sufficient supportTo provide training and fulfil capacity building needs of health personnelTo contribute to programmes strategic plans and reviews in line with MdM policies and prioritiesTo support the development of new programmes and follow up on innovative approaches To represent the organisation to relevant external stakeholders To contribute to regular internal and external reportsIII Responsibilities:Programme Coordination and Development Technically supervises, monitors and evaluates all programmes activities in Yangon, Kachin State and Pyapon Township: Monitors progress of activities according to work plans, project plans, budget follow up identifies problems, and proposes solutions Monitors quality and relevance of activities compared to objectives of the programme and established M amp E plans Provides support to Field Coordinators as and when required on medical technical level Support directly Monitoring and Evaluation, Accountability and Learning systems in place (i e data collection and analysis, regular programme reviews, gives inputs in evaluations) Is responsible for pharmacy management (follow up of consumptions, orders, guidelines to medical staff, recruitment of central pharmacist) Is responsible for the quality of prevention and care activities implemented: Supervises the work of the medical advisors, reviews and updates tools and procedures in accordance with MdM tools national and WHO guidelines and recommendations Coordinates and standardises medical activities between field sites Supervises and supports compliance of medical team with MdM procedures and tools Liaises with HQ S2AP (technical support unit) on programme and technical aspects Organises technical consultants visits (laboratory expert, HIV medical doctors): ToR, schedule, activities, etc Is part of the coordination team: Participates in country and programme levels coordination meetings Represents the Myanmar MdM program, especially in coordination forums relevant to medical activities, professional networks and occasionally in general coordination forums Contributes to the organisation of programme visits (MDM HQ, donors, other INGOs) in coordination with relevant staff When appropriate support the General Coordinator and Deputy General Coordinator in representing the organisation to external stakeholders in particular with regards to technical inputs Seeks potential operational partnerships with relevant public or private technical agencies or institutionsStrategy Development Works in close collaboration with the General Coordinator, Harm Reduction Advocacy Coordinator, counterparts in Paris Headquarters in the design and implementation of future programme directions and strategies Supports regular strategic reviews and ensure a shared strategic vision within MdM team Keeps informed of other health stakeholders activities and plans (INGOs, UN, MoH), new national and international approaches, innovations, etc and ensures that those are regularly shared within the team Proposes and lead technical researches or surveys in close collaboration with the wider country coordination team Proposes innovative approaches in health programming based on internal and external best practices and lessons learnt Human Resources Management Is the technical referent for Field Coordinators, Harm Reduction Officers, Project Managers (field bases), Methadone Advisor, and other relevant technical staff For those staff, takes part in the definition and update of their job descriptions, in their recruitment and in the evaluation of their performance Supervises the capacity building of programme staff (prevention and medical): external trainings, internal trainings, gives inputs in the training plan (definition of needs) Ensures regular internal capacity building activities based on programme needs and continuous learning initiativesReporting and Communication Works closely with Field Coordinators, Deputy General Coordinator, and the General Coordinator to prepare donor reports and project proposals especially, provides the technical part of narrative reports to donors Endorses monthly monitoring reports (MMR) from the field before sending to HQ Organises preparation and endorses all reports concerning programme sent to external stakeholders such as MoH, UN Agencies, and other technical partners Contributes to potential internal and external communication materials Validates technically all IEC BCC materials to be produced in the framework of MdM Intervention in MyanmarThis list of activities is not exhaustive and may change depending on the situation and program needs CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:v Starting: beginning of March 2016v Contract: Employeev Fixed term contract Full timev Based in YangonSKILLS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED:Educationv Medical Doctor Degree (M B B S) from a recognized instituteProfessional Experiencev MD with at least years experience in public health related field in development humanitarian contextv Excellent knowledge of Harm Reduction Sector and Reproductive Health sectorv Proven experience in project cycle management and M amp E mechanisms (quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis)v Strong analytical skillsv Good knowledge of Management Information System and relevant data collection toolsv Relevant experience in representation at national levelv Ability to train and coach collaboratorsv Previous experience in similar programmes in international organisation set upv Previous experience in Disaster Risk ReductionCompetenciesv Good hands on experience on Excel, MS Word and internet usev Knowledge of HIV AIDS indicatorsv Clinic Knowledge of TBPersonal characteristics:v Ability to work under a minimum of supervisionv Strong problem solving and organisational skillsv Ability to classify and to manage prioritiesv Listening and diplomacy skillsv Team spiritv Capacity to work and to live in a multicultural environmentLanguages :v Excellent English writing speaking skillsYou are committed to MdM s values as an organisation and motivated by its non statutory, NFP model

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