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Length of contract: months starting April 2016The position:** Under the supervision of the Country Director you will develop a multi sectorial and behaviour change bound community mobilization strategy in Maungdaw District, in order to maximize the impact of ACF programming on the nutritional status of the populationDefinition of ACF Community Mobilisation strategy in Maundgaw District Leading the design and update of ACF Maungdaw District Community Mobilisation (CM) strategy in coordination with Field Co, DFC, other PMs, and Program HoDs Developing and finalizing all related tools, especially a clear and context sensitive communication with communities strategies Conducting a review of the existing and identify missing data, as well as plan to collect and process them Providing relevant inputs for the design of new projectsSupervision of the Community Mobilisation project implementation The quality of programs implementation The compliance of Community Mobilisation activities with ACF standards Reporting the activities in a timely manner The capitalisation of program s achievements The identification, implementation and monitoring of new techniquesManagement of the Community Mobilisation teams The recruitment of her his direct reports The supervision and management for all direct reports Building the capacity of all direct reports especially through leading training sessions Promoting the commitment to ACF Charter and prevention of frauds and power abusesContribute to the design of new projects The conduct of needs assessment upon request from and in collaboration with Field Coordinator, Deputy field Coordinator and other PMs The provision of relevant inputs ideas for the design of new projectsThe applicant:You hold a socio anthropological degree or equivalent and have a background in nutrition and or psychology You have an experience of at least a year in community mobilization in a development or humanitarian context, ideally associated with an experience in Behaviour Change and Communication for Development You have a good knowledge and experience in program and project cycle management as well as experience in capacity building and training skills You are recognized for your excellent diplomacy, negotiation ability and representation skills and have proven competencies in monitoring and analysing data collections Fluent in English (verbal and written) is required Status:**Salaried Gross monthly salary ranging from to 1975Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance25 days of annual paid leaves and days of rest and recuperation (R amp R) per year

Department: FinancePosition: Finance Intern MyanmarContract duration: monthsLocation: Rangoon, MyanmarStarting Date ASAPI Background on ACTEDSince as an international non governmental organization, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people s dignity, while co creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people s potential ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience promote inclusive and sustainable growth co construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential We go the last kilometer: ACTED s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas ACTED develops and implements programs that target the most vulnerable amongst populations that have suffered from conflict, natural disaster, or socio economic hardship ACTED s approach looks beyond the immediate emergency towards opportunities for longer term livelihoods reconstruction and sustainable development With a budget of million EUR in ACTED is active in countries and implements more than projects a year reaching over million beneficiaries with international staff and national staff II Country ProfileCapital Office: RangoonArea: 1Projects: (2014)Budget: M euros (2014)National staff: (2014)Since ACTED s has supported Nargis affected communities in their longer term livelihood recovery by providing technical training to farmers and fishermen, distributing livestock and poultry, providing vocational training, introducing aquaculture systems, assets replacement, rehabilitating community infrastructure and ensuring affected families have an access to a safe habitat In government led liberalizing reforms in key sectors (labor, finance, media and administration) spurred new opportunities for Myanmar In this evolving context, ACTED continues its support to cyclone affected communities in the Delta while also broadening its focus to additional geographic and thematic needs In Labutta, special focus was placed on supporting the most vulnerable households facing persistent challenges in food security ACTED expanded the scope of its activities to the Dry Zone, one of the poorest regions of the country, addressing chronic food insecurity and restoring sustainable livelihoods through agricultural production and home gardening In ACTED diversifies and scales up its assistance in Myanmar The mission focuses on issues of food security, economic development of vulnerable communities and response to any emergency related situation, both natural (community based disaster preparedness) and man made (humanitarian crisis in Kachin State) It also supports civil society actors to enhance their capacity to influence key policy areas, particularly those related to women and gender considerations To this end, ACTED has already started a country wide program aiming at strengthening the economic rights of women Additionally, teams have started an intervention to support communities and local authorities in Southern Yangon region to be prepared to natural disasters ACTED also continues its support towards food security and sustainable livelihoods in the Dry Zone Furthermore, ACTED undertook an assessment mission to identify the support it can provide to conflict affected communities and IDPs in Kachin State III Position Profile Control that operations respect existing financial procedures and manage accounting files for the Country Office Analyse financial data and create management indicators Support Country Coordination through analysis of project running costs, follow up on resource allocation, and finance training The finance intern works under the supervision of the Finance Officer and or Country Finance Manager IV Qualifications: Msc in Administration, Business Management or equivalent Finance and accounting skills required Willingness to undertake serious responsibility and manage stress efficiently Excellent communication skills, including advanced written and oral English (or French for francophone countries)V Conditions:Field Intern benefits include:300 USD per month living allowance Coverage of all accommodation, food, and travel costs, a luggage allowance of kgThe provision of medical, repatriation, and life insurance

Posted on: 2016Desired start date: 2016Duration of the mission: monthsLocation: Based in Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar frequent travel to Pauktaw townshipAbout the missionSI has been in Myanmar since first in the Delta in response to the Cyclone Nargis In SI expanded to three new regions (Dry Zone, Rakhine, and Chin State) focusing on Livelihoods, Food Security, Shelter, and WASH In SI started emergency response to people displacements due to violence in Kachin and later in Rakhine (between armed forces in Kachin State and between communities in Rakhine) SI has bases across the country with over national colleagues and approximately internationals The SI coordination team is based in Yangon, with an additional bases in Rakhine, Dry Zone, Kachin State Each office is operational with a field coordinator and between colleagues in each In Rakhine, SI is currently working in rural camps in Sittwe T S harboring approximately IDPs, in Pauktaw T S harboring around IDPS and in camps villages in Rathedaung T S with around IDPs In all camps SI is the WASH leader Kachin State is under varying degrees of government and rebel KIO control, with the town of Bhamo (where SI office is located) controlled by the central government The activities are directly implemented by SI in government controlled areas (GCA), while in non government controlled areas (NGCA) the work is undertaken through local partners In Dry Zone, after severe flooding in Myanmar in July an emergency WASH and Livelihoods (Cash for Work) response was designed and implemented with financial material support of OCHA and UNICEF Such emergency phase targeting villages took place in September with the former SI team While this phase was implemented, an early Food Security amp Livelihoods recovery phase was designed and supported by French CIAA About the job:The Activity Manager is responsible for assisting the PM for a limited period of time in implementing and achieving the objectives defined in the operation proposals in IDPs camps and affected surrounding villages in PaukTaw Township (S)he has some responsibilities for overseeing operational teams assigned to the program (S)he helps to guarantee the good performance and the quality of the implemented activities, and, where appropriate, proposes adjustments or developments to ensure relevance (S)he might be required to support for emergency interventions in any other township The WAM will work under the supervision of the wash Programme Manager She he will primarily be in charge of the more technical details ensuring the quality and timely implementation of the projects in Pauktaw T S, in different areas (Ah Nauk Ye IDPs Camp, Ah Nauk Ye Village and Nget Chang IDPs Camp under funding of different awards (UNICEF, ERF, ECHO, OFDA) This position is a field position (between to on the time in the field) and requires a long attendance in remote areas with difficult access and strong logistics constrains (with daily boat trip) The rainy season can complicate access to the camp by boat, and moving around the camp has to be through muddy and slippery paths (and probably under the rain The WAM will also have an important task on capacity building of local staff as well as communities on resources and installations management ORG CHART POSITION (reporting and functional relationships)Line manager: Program Manager PauktawHierarchical authority over: PaukTaw WASH program team (national staffs)Your profileEducation: Academic and practical knowledge of WASH is essential Master s degree is a minimum Experience: Minimum experience of year in relevant international WASH experience, preferably in emergency or humanitarian contexts experience in complex ethnic and or religious contexts or sensitive environments preferred (conflict, post conflict) IDP refugee camp experience desirable, experience in targeted assistance, beneficiary selection and livelihoods approaches fundamental Technical skills and knowledge: Good technical knowledge about water and sanitation hygiene Transferable skills: Patience, diplomacy, tact and sensitivity in dealing with ethnic division in tense environments and capacity to analyze and report on security situation good social skills to work as part of a large team and live in shared accommodation Languages: Good level of English essential, Rakhine Burmese desirable though not required Other desirable qualities: Myanmar, or at least South east Asia, experience preferred We offerSI will offer you:A salaried post: according to experience from euros gross per month, plus annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem of USD Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded Vacation: During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months For a one year assignment, the expatriate will have a day break during the 3rd and the 9th month (with euros allocated by Solidarit s) He or she will also be entitled to go back to his or her home country for a day period after six months spent on the mission (Solidarit s will cover travel costs)For further information about SI, please consult our website: http: www solidarites org en

BACKGROUND: The IRC has been working in Myanmar since May initially supporting emergency response and early recovery interventions for communities affected by Cyclone Nargis Since then, IRC has broadened its portfolio to include health, water and sanitation, livelihoods, and social development programs, while maintaining its commitment to respond to emergencies caused by floods, cyclones, and inter communal violence The IRC is committed to a long term presence in country with the aim of improving the well being of vulnerable populations living in hard to reach areas IRC works in selection locations, primarily focused in the most marginalized areas of the country, including Rakhine, Northern Shan, Chin, Kachin, Mon, Kayah and Kayin States SCOPE OF WORK: IRC in Myanmar operates an annual portfolio of million, through the implementation of over grants country wide funded by different international donor agencies In addition, IRC prioritizes partnership with local civil society organizations, and currently manages over sub grantees IRC Myanmar strives to produce quality reports that provide measurement of contractual goals and activities, but also includes analysis of context and dynamic needs of beneficiaries at the community level The Grants and Communications Manager is responsible for the development and updating of key communications materials for the country program The Grants and Communications Manager reports to the Program Design and Grants Snr Coordinator, and provides day to day oversight of core donor reporting, information management, programmatic monitoring, compliance with donor formats and templates for report submissions The Grants and Communications Manager also provides key support in the development of high quality funding proposals that synthesize and present information about project progress and achievements using data obtained from the country program s M amp E systems to incorporate into proposals and other communications materials, as needed RESPONSIBILITIES:Reporting, Documentation amp Grants Compliance ):Manage all internal and external reporting through systematic tracking of reporting deadlines according to contractual agreements with donors Work closely with Senior Grants Manager to support grant compliance requirements for specific grants, providing grants compliance support and guidance to Programmes, Operations and Finance colleagues Ensure high quality, well written and timely reports meeting donor and IRC requirements, with support from the program managers coordinators, M amp E Coordinator, Project Design and Grants Senior Coordinator, and Senior Grants Manager Develop timelines and reporting work flow schedules and share with all relevant program, grants, M amp E, finance and HQ staff to ensure roles responsibilities deadlines for each report are clear to all relevant staff contributing to each report Participate in grants meetings to share reporting requirements and to set expectations for all program staff to be followed throughout the full grant cycle (i e at the start and end of each grant) Acquire and disseminate updated donor formats (proposals and reports) and other donor related information to all relevant program staff for guidance on report preparation Prepare narrative program reports in accordance with donor designated formats, including USAID, ECHO, UN, DFID, EC and other donors as required Draft sections of report narratives from scratch, as well as compile and edit information provided from field teams Support Sub Grant Unit (SGU) and programme staff toto review narrative progress reports submitted to IRC by partners and sub grantees Liaise with finance teams to ensure all financial reports are submitted on time to the donor Disseminate draft reports for review and feedback by program team, relevant technical unit(s), and HQ staff prior to submitting the final report to donor Build capacity of IRC staff as well as staff of IRC s local sub grantees partners for proper record keeping and drafting quality and accurate program reports through mentoring and training for program and field staff Stay up to date with all institutional donor guidelines and reporting templates Work with program team focal points to facilitate support requests from HQ, donors, UN, etc for input to ad hoc reports Communications ):Bring more dynamic skills and software to IRC Myanmar s communications materials, providing a facelift to current presentation of information, knowledge, and experience Oversee the development and updating of other informational materials such as brochures, articles, case studies, posters, website and audio visual materials to promote the work of IRC Myanmar externally and within IRC Support development of program visuals including maps of program areas, graphics, and power point presentations for a variety of audiences, including government, donors, partners Draft program briefing materials, and respond to requests for program information from IRC Regional Management, IRC HQ, donors, Myanmar Government and others Prepare and update IRC Myanmar information packets for donors and visitors including General IRC Information, IRC Myanmar Program Overview and sector and or geographic fact sheets Maintain up to date and well stocked information materials center Facilitate documentation of institutional knowledge and past program activities Project Design and Proposal Development )Support proposal development in collaboration with Program Design and Grants Senior, Coordinator, Senior Grants Manager, M amp E Coordinator, Deputy Director of Programmes, programmes staff, finance staff and technical advisors, including preparing sections of technical narrative and annexes, when requested Contribute substantively to design of new grants and project proposals through application of information gathered for donor and internal progress reports, as well as information obtained from the M amp E unit, into new proposals Monitoring amp Evaluation ):Work closely with M amp E Unit, including Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator and project specific M amp E focal points based at field sites to incorporate M amp E data into final report submissions REQUIREMENTS:Bachelor s Degree in development studies, social sciences, or other relevant fieldTwo to five years work experience in international humanitarian or development fieldStrong knowledge of donor rules and regulations for reporting and compliance issues of donors including USAID, ECHO, EuropeAid and UN donors (UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHCR, OCHA) Experience with Myanmar specific multi donor trust funds LIFT and 3MDG highly regarded Excellent written and verbal English language skills extremely strong attention to detail and experience in multi tasking required Demonstrated experience in report writing, proposal development, and or grant cycle management, especially within an NGO or other development setting Writing samples will be required by short listed candidatesDemonstrated experienceProficient in MS Office, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Publisher and Photoshop a plus Ability to work in a multi cultural environment and travel as required to project field sitesWORK ENVIRONMENT:The Grants and Reporting Manager position is based in Yangon, Myanmar with travel required to project field site locations in rural areas of the country This is an unaccompanied post Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance retirement package Living standards are good and the security situation is calm and stable but this could change IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran

Vacancy AWW Consultants 003Background,Accord Worldwide is an international development and training firm We provide services with a passion to bring about change in the grass root level We come from various cultural and geographical backgrounds to make a diverse team connected by a shared vision and mission At Accord Worldwide, our core value is to reach out and bring forth an understanding with development and empowerment of the individual within the community level, within corporate teams, government entities, and public private establishments We believe that in developing the individual with the right skills, he she is able to empower and differentiate and change the environment around, hence being an asset and core part of development of his niche community and the nation at a large We believe in the importance of equipping the individuals with skills and knowledge that bridge the distance between infrastructure and information, shaping them into dynamic professionals in an increasingly competitive world, who in turn make a positive impact on the environment (professional, personal or social) they associate with We connect organizations and teams to be part of community development activities that contribute to the nation s growth and development Accord Worldwide is looking for consultants to design and deliver TOT program for staff working in community development projects in Myanmar Responsibilities,The Consultants should have relevant tertiary qualifications to fit in the mentioned roles, with at least seven years experience in community development project implementation in Myanmar including staff training and engagement with project community for mobilization Demonstrated understanding of the role of community mobilization in Myanmar context Experience and track record to conduct the social mobilization related training The consultants needs to be a good and proven trainer with excellent training skills and methodologies suitable for community mobilization (including PRA) Ability to train well in a team of project staff from different thematic projects Ability to train the staff on how to ensure gender participation in project activities Excellent analytical, research, writing and communication skills Past work experiences in Myanmar for community development project is an advantage Qualifications,At least years of experience in Related Filed A team leader with a master degree post graduate diploma in development or other relevant fields for training, plus years of relevant eld experience of which at least three years should be in Southeast Asia One Female Consultant Excellent communication and English language report writing skill for team leader National consultant should have uency in English and Myanmar both written and spoken

The post is to be based in Yangon with travel to Kachin, Rakhine and other field locations and opened to International applicants and advertised globally Oxfam is a leading International NGO with a worldwide reputation for excellence and over years of experience It s not unfortunate that people live in poverty With enough wealth in this world to go around it s unjustifiable It s not just their problem It s ours too Our humanitarian, development and campaigning projects change lives around the world, and with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice Thousands of people already commit their time and talents to our campaigning, humanitarian and long term development projects Now we re looking for yours The role: To co ordinate, give technical guidance, and lead strategically on an integrated Emergency Food Security and Vulnerable Livelihoods programme, ensuring high programme quality and effective coordination with internal and external players at national and sub national level Level: C2, National PlusEmployment term: Fixed Term year)Report to: Humanitarian Programme ManagerSalary Range: GBP net per annumWhat we offer: Respectful and empowered working environment,Life insurance, Medical+ dental optical benefits,Competitive salary and Career advancement opportunities,Generous leave entitlementKEY RESPONSIBILITIES:Capacity Building: Support capacity building advisor to Identify and assess the capacity needs of staff and partners involved in the programme plan and implement capacity building activities Provide capacity building and project implementation support in technical areas to EFSVL field staff and partner staff, in coordination with the Programme Managers in each field location Improve knowledge on cash transfer programming and market based interventions within Oxfam and partners Support to EFSVL programmes: Provide technical support to field programmes in designing appropriate food security and livelihoods programmes for emergency and early recovery, in line with the Oxfam Myanmar Humanitarian Strategy and Country Strategy Ensure that Oxfam s ways of working and gender equity and humanitarian principles are mainstreamed throughout the programme Ensure the EFSVL Programme has a strong analytical base, including contributing to policy analysis for programme design and influencing Responsible for development and implementation of the EFSVL Strategy for immediate response and recovery, as part of the overall Humanitarian strategy Guide the teams in developing tools for day to day implementation and ensure compliance with established guidelines and standards including EFSVL Minimum Standards, Cash Guidelines and other modalities set up by Cash Working Group and or donors Work with the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator and with programme staff to strengthen monitoring, evaluation, learning, accountability and reporting of EFSVL programme at Yangon as well as field level Ensure that accountable approaches to working with the communities and partners are incorporated in the programme and clear visions for exit strategies planned from onset Provide a professional and technical lead to the team, managers and partners for programme planning and implementation This will include budgeting, development of logical frameworks and appropriate indicators, development of project proposals and project reporting Share and document best practises with the programme and partner teams, ensuring that the strategy is implemented to the highest quality standards and is integrated with other sectoral interventions in the programme Representation Coordination: Represent, coordinate and build relationships with other Food security and livelihood stakeholders to promote appropriate humanitarian and development programming This includes attending and engaging with relevant coordination meetings and networks including Food Sector Working Group, Early Recovery Sector Working Group and Cash Working Group Liaise with regional Advisors in order to get technical inputs as well as to assess the appropriateness of Oxfam s global EFSVL approaches in the Myanmar context Coordinate effectively across Oxfam teams, including working closely and ensuring effective joint approaches with WASH programme, as well as linking with Oxfam s livelihoods programmes, Policy, Advocacy and Communications team, Funding and support functions (Finance, Logistics, HR) as appropriate Preparedness: Act as the key lead in EFSVL team for Oxfam s contingency planning and humanitarian preparedness and response efforts Lead assessments where required and support the development of new responses as appropriate SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:Essential A minimum of years experience in providing quality technical advice management of EFSVL projects working with INGO NGO Government private sector A University degree in relevant nutrition, agriculture, social sciences or veterinary medicine Strong experience of capacity building and training and ability to carry out capacity building needs analysis and develop capacity building strategies based on this analysis Strong commitment to accountability, social justice, promoting gender awareness and equality Strong project cycle skills: assessments, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation Strong experience in cash transfer programming market based programming Excellent representational and communication skills, with a proven ability to coordinate with and influence others This includes diplomacy and good interpersonal skills Strong analytical, planning and prioritisation skills with ability to work independently with initiative and a capacity to remain calm under pressure and not lose sight of strategic priorities Experience in monitoring and evaluation of programmes, as well as Disaster Risk Reduction and vulnerability analysis Excellent team leadership and management skills and the ability to motivate and facilitate the work of teams colleagues Demonstrated experience of integrating gender and diversity issues into EFSVL programming This includes sensitivity to cultural differences and the ability to work in a wide variety of cultural contexts and committed to Equal Opportunities (e g gender, race, disability) Fluent written and spoken English Financial and numerical skills and proven computer competence Experience in applying Sphere standards and Humanitarian Accountability Principles Strong commitment to Oxfam aims and values Willing to travel away from base location and stay in field locations and to travel at short notice often in difficult circumstances Desirable Previous experience of working in Myanmar (preferable at least East Asia experience) Understanding of Oxfam partnership policies Willingness to travel at short notice, often in difficult circumstances, and to spend significant periods of time in the field male lang en US remote :true, voice name Google US English event types start end error gender male lang en GB remote :true, voice name 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World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Fixed Term NO BPost title Programme Policy Officer (Cash amp Voucher)Number of Post OneDuty Station YangonReport To Head of Programme UnitRequired Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for application May 2016(The applicants who have already applied need not re apply)Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Country Director Head of Programme unit and the overall supervision of the Country Director, the incumbent will perform the following duties: Contribute towards the development of cash and voucher projects, plans and processes, ensuring alignment with wider programme policies and guidance Ensure the adherence to the policies, procedures and guidelines on the implementation of Cash amp Voucher programme Provide training to cooperating partners and relevant staff at country office and sub offices concerning the implementation procedures on Cash amp Voucher Provide project management support to specific and defined programmes and projects of considerable size complexity, ensuring a coordinated approach with wider programmes that complies with WFP standards and procedures Develop and coordinate data gathering and monitoring systems ensuring that rigorous quality standards are maintained Research and analyse a range of policy and operational issues to inform the development of policies, programmes and activities Contribute to the preparation of accurate and timely reporting on programmes and activities that enable informed decision making and consistency of information presented to stakeholders Liaise with internal and external counterparts to ensure effective collaboration, monitor ongoing projects and highlight potential risks to project delivery Support the identification, development and management of potential partnerships to collaborative working leading to improved food assistance packages Support the capacity building of WFP staff, partners and national government to prepare for and respond to food assistance needs through Cash and Voucher, e g by providing inputs into training materials Guide and supervise more junior staff, acting as a point of referral and supporting them with analysis and queries Other as required QualificationEducation:Preferable to have Advanced University degree in International Affairs, Economics, Nutrition Health, Agriculture, Environmental Science, Social Sciences or other field relevant to international development assistance, or First University Degree with additional years of related work experience and or trainings courses Experience:At least one year of postgraduate professional experience in commerce, development, administration or food aid support Has deepened technical knowledge through exposure to technical teams Has taken leadership of implementing programmes Has provided input into policy discussions and decisions Experience in Cash and Vouchers activity will be an advantagedKnowledge amp SkillTraining and or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems 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

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Service Contract (SC 5)Post title Programme Assistant (Field Support)Number of Posts OneDuty Stations YangonReport To Deputy Head of ProgrammeRequired Period of Service One year (Extendable)Deadline for application May 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the overall supervision by the Deputy Head of Programme Unit in WFP Myanmar Country Office, the Programme Assistant will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Perform standardized processes and activities within the Project Management and field support area of work supporting alignment with wider programme policies and guidelines Provide project management and or general office support following established targets and WFP policies and procedures Create and release service outline agreements in WINGS for the signed FLAs with cooperating partners (including food distribution agreement and cash distribution agreement) Create purchase order for distribution agreements with cooperating partners (including food distribution agreement and cash distribution agreement) Timely recognition of expenses in WINGS for cooperating partners monthly distribution claims and process cooperating partners payment requests endorsed by sub offices in accordance with commodities distribution records (food and cash) Track records of Cooperating Partner (CP) advance, claims and payment against FLA commitment and follow up with finance and sub offices for reconciliation Analyze terms and conditions agreed in the signed FLA, and take corrective measures for any observed discrepancies between agreed rates and invoice rates, tonnage and amounts Maintain the vendor information for cooperating partners origination and banking details Prepare manual purchase request (PR) amp Wings PR SES GRN for purchase of program related nonfood item dealing with CO Programme Unit and sub offices Printing, issuance and maintain records of WFP ration cards Work and exchange information with internal counterparts to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing project activities Within specific area of responsibility, compile data and support analysis and preparation of reports (eg food needs, resource utilization, implementation status, performance) in order to support operational decision making Perform other related duties as required QualificationEducation:Completion of secondary school education A post secondary certificate in the related functional area is desirable Desired Experience for Entry into the RolePreferable to have at least four years of progressively responsible support or humanitarian work experience Has facilitated communication with technical teams (i e nutrition, VAM, etc Has contributed to implementation of programmes Has observed or assisted with policy discussions Knowledge:Knowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Training and or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Fluency in both oral and written English and Myanmar Ability to speak in local language will be an added advantage

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Fixed Term GS 5Post title Logistics AssistantNumber of Post OneDuty Station LashioReport To Senior Logistics AssociateRequired Period of Service year (Extendable)Deadline for applicati May 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of Senior Logistics Associate and the overall supervision of Head of Area Office in Lashio, the Logistics Assistant will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Provide support to logistics operations and activities, following standard processes and facilitating, directly or indirectly, the effective delivery of food assistance to beneficiaries Support timely ordering and delivery of commodities and supplies to authorized partners and destinations Support management of logistics vendors contracting activities including performance monitoring and measurement Respond to a variety of technical queries requests for support, following standard processes, and obtaining guidance as required, to ensure timely and accurate resolution of all enquiries with a high standard of client service mind set Contribute to budget preparation, monitoring and revision for all delivery modalities, ensuring adherence to relevant procedures and in compliance with corporate standards Assist in monitoring inventory management processes to track trends and account for the inventory status from source to beneficiary Assist in management of commodity accounting data quality and integrity Support operational pipeline analyses, assessments and operational planning for all delivery modalities Process documentation for execution of logistics operations (e g customs clearance, invoice verification), take appropriate actions to resolve operational issues escalating various issues to the supervisor Collect and compile data, produce and or contribute to reports (e g CCTI, SPRs, financial closure, physical inventory, transport performance) and ensure information accuracy in corporate systems in support to informed decision making Liaise with internal and limited number of external stakeholders to support efficient logistics operations management Provide guidance to other support staff, in order to assist them in completing standard tasks to agreed standards and deadlines Having knowledge and capable to perform actively to support logistics emergency preparedness and response activities including Logistics Capacity Assessment, Contingency Plan update and WFP s response in emergencies Ensure and or perform accurate, timely recording and or processing of data in the LESS system Perform other related duties as assigned Qualifications:Education:**The incumbent must complete secondary school education Preferably University Degree in business or public administration, logistics, economics, statistics, supply chain management or other related field Experience:Preferable to have at least four years of practical commercial professional experience in port operations, shipping, clearing and forwarding, air operations, large scale road rail transport and distribution management Experience in following areas is an advantage Using corporate systems to monitor ongoing shipments, pipeline information, insurance claims, and food stock Analysing data (on commodities, funds, etc and drafting reports Measuring service providers performance against set KPIs Assisting the preparation of contract documentation Providing technical business support in corporate systems Knowledge amp SkillKnowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Good understanding of logistics supply chain processes and activities to enable effective delivery of goods and services for all delivery modalities 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 Preferably, fluent in local language of duty station

Terms of Reference: Monitoring and Evaluation Review consultantProject: PHASE IN ProjectLocation of assignment: Yangon and Maungdaw District, Rakhine StateDuration of assignment: Estimated working daysResponsible to: Assistant Country Director ProgramsBackgroundThe project entitled Poverty and Hunger Alleviation through Support, Empowerment and Increased Networking (PHASE IN) aims at contributing to the reduction of poverty and hunger in Maungdaw District, Rakhine State, by enhancing livelihoods, food and nutrition security for targeted communities The project s expected results are:Result Diversification of food sources is increased and year round food security is improved for households (HH) Result Access to and use of safe water and sanitation facilities are improved while risky hygiene practices are reduced for HH Result Lessons learnt and successful approaches are documented, disseminated and shared with stakeholders involved in food security and nutrition in Myanmar This project is funded by the European Union (EU) for months and implemented by a consortium of three NGOs, namely CARE (lead), Action contre la Faim (ACF) and GRET The Consortium is seeking a consultant to lead a review of our existing M amp E data collection systems in order to ensure the consortium will be able to adequately represent the achievements of the project Key activitiesConduct a comparative analysis of the M amp E data capture systems of CARE and ACF, and recommend how two distinct M amp E data sets documentation could be made ready accessible for the end of phase programme evaluation Check indicators against M amp E plans to ensure that all indicators are being measured and that there is consistency in the data collection and storage between ACF and CARE Review preliminary phase II logical frameworks to agree on indicator definitions and measurement across the consortium Make recommendations for ways to streamline M amp E data collection, capture and analysis in phase of the programme If necessary, adapt current M amp E tools (or develop new appropriate tools) for future implementation (including the possibility of using ICT) Inputs20 daysOutputs Agreed action plan for the consultancy Consultations with M amp E teams in Yangon and Maungdaw district Review of M amp E systems Review of project achievements against the logframe Report (Approx pages)o Cover pageo Table of contentso List of abbreviations and acronymso Introductiono Backgroundo Findings and discussiono Conclusiono Recommendationo AnnexesIndicative Schedule and DatesThe timing of the consultancy will be negotiated with the successful applicant however it is expected to commence during June Selection criteriaEssential areas of expertise:a) Experience conducting reviews and evaluationsb) Strong monitoring and evaluation skills, including demonstrated ability of applying these in the fieldc) Understanding of rural livelihood programs, including WASH

I Introduction:TBC works with conflict affected communities in SE Burma Myanmar and refugee camps in Thailand building preparedness for return and reintegration of displaced people Throughlocal partners and community led processes, TBC supports access to Food, Shelter, Capacity Building for Community Management, and rehabilitation of conflicted and affected communities Now we are urgently seeking Grants Manager to join the team II Job Purpose:This position will monitor and report on programme achievements and challenges, compliance with donor regulations and lessons learnt by TBC and sub grantees in South East Myanmar III Type of Employment Location1 year contract with staff benefits and possibility of extension Bangkok Thailand or Yangoon, MyanmarV Job Responsibilities:Produces reports required for donors and TBC HQ, including monthly, quarterly, and final donor reports informal information requests Compiles financial and non financial data (in coordination with Program Management Specialist for the preparation of internal reports, compliance reports, and grant billings Supports administration of donor and sub grantee contracts Assists in programme development, particularly in the Theory of Change, MEAL and or log frame Monitor compliance of sub grantees vis vis donor regulations Monitor programme implementation of sub grantees vis vis donor regulations Works with appropriate internal and external stakeholders to gather data for reports and ensure that proper records are maintained Works with Programme Management Specialists to communicate relevant grant information with donors and all appropriate internal users Prepares written and statistical reports for various audiences Conducts occasional field visits in accordance with the monitoring and evaluation plan and in coordination with Program Management Specialist or other TBC staff Develops and maintains a tracking system that provides frequent updates on fund flows, reporting requirements, audits, contract deliverables and budget revisions Communicates with donors about grant management issues Maintains flexibility to take on added responsibility as and when needed VI Job Requirements:A Master s degree in relevant discipline and a minimum of years of experience or a Bachelor s degree in relevant discipline and a minimum of years of experienceFamiliarity with international humanitarian operations, coordination structures, and the mandates of donors, UN agencies, and other NGOsPrior experience in grant management and or monitoring and evaluation in relief or development programming Knowledge in finance and budgetingAbility to exercise sound judgment and make decisions independentlyExtremely flexible, and have the ability to cope with stressful situationsStrong analytical skills with macro viewTeam player and strong communication skills, both oral and writtenProficient in computer applications, especially with MS Word and MS Excel, MS PowerPoint a plusExperiences working in a multi cultural environmentStrong written and oral communication skills with an enthusiasm for writingHigh fluency in English is imperative Burmese language skill is a plusTBC is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels (Minorities Females People with Disabilities)VII Reports To:Program Management SpecialistVIII: Closing Date:30 April 2016VII: Expected Start Date:1 June 2016VIII: NoteThis position could be based in Myanmar or Thailand

Overall objectiveDanish Refugee Council (DRC) is seeking a dedicated Programme Coordinator Protection to strengthen DRC s operations in Myanmar s Kachin State Who are we DRC is an international non governmental organization (NGO) which provides protection and promotes durable solutions for refugees and displaced people worldwide suffering from the effects of war and humanitarian crisis We operate in more than countries servicing over million people For further details, please click the following link: https: drc dk DRC has worked in Myanmar since providing humanitarian and infrastructure assistance to victims of cyclone Nargis in the Ayeyarwady Delta in southern Myanmar Today, DRC s work spans across Rakhine, Kachin and the South East Myanmar, with programmes focused on humanitarian response to the crises caused by natural hazards and violent conflicts Following the break of a ceasefire in Kachin in June DRC moved its program towards emergency response to the humanitarian crisis of IDPs in camps and camp like situations The work includes multi sectoral programming to address the persistent needs of the displaced, conflict affected populations in both Kachin and Northern Shan State Support currently includes construction and maintenance of temporary shelter, livelihood support, community development but roots in a strong protection outreach with protection monitoring, individual protection assistance, child protection, counter trafficking, mine risk education, training and awareness raising among other activities DRC s protection activities in Kachin refer to a broad spectrum of sectors and include regular protection monitoring in IDP camps, related reporting and advocacy work, increased efforts in awareness raising of conflict affected populations, Child Protection, individual protection assistance to the most vulnerable as well as community protection activities with Mine Risk Education and Victim Assistance also being addressed The protection focus also links with more proactive cooperation with duty bearers in terms of training as well as accountability DRC DDG Myanmar currently employs approximately national and over international staff and operates from offices The main donors of DRC in the Kachin programme include ECHO, DANIDA, EC, SDC, UNICEF, USAID as well as private trusts foundations The positionThe Programme Coordinator Protection will manage a team of international and national staff and be overall responsible for managing and ensuring delivery of all protection related activities in Kachin State including contribution to DRC DDG s efforts to protection at national level Protection Activities, Project Implementation and Strategy Take active leadership in the strategic development and implementation plan for all protection related project activities Ensure quality and quantity of protection monitoring efforts in Kachin State Ensure proper cooperation with partner organizations and delivery of quality services Identify and expand sectors and areas of cooperation with duty bearers Lead on protection related project proposal development including writing up of protection related activities Ensure the integration of all of DRC DDGs protection related sectors including Child Protection, HMA (inclusive of MRE and MVA) as well as Protection Project Cycle Management of all Protection related activities in stand alone protection projects and protection elements of multi sector projects2 Representation Represent DRC at all relevant coordination fora including inter agency, with partner organizations as well as duty bearers3 Reporting Coordinate on all reporting efforts of DRC Kachin on protection related topics including internal reporting, contributions to protection working group, donor reporting etc4 Human Resource Management Provide line management supervision for both international and national staff direct reportsSupervision and reportingThe Programme Coordinator Protection reports to, and works in close collaboration with, the expatriate DRC Program Manager in Kachin State About youThe successful candidate will have:University Degree in a relevant subject area such as political science, international humanitarian law or humanitarian development studies A minimum of years programme project management experience in displacement related contexts, including in camps and camp like situations Previous direct experience of managing implementation of protection related projects Detailed understanding of humanitarian principles and practices Proven ability to manage a portfolio of projects with experience in financial management, understanding of logistics and procurement procedures and Human Resource management Proven advocacy skills Strong interpersonal, facilitation, communication and writing skills Ability to work both independently and to lead a diverse team Cultural sensitivity and adaptability Professional fluency in EnglishDuty stationMyitkyina, Kachin State, with frequent travel within Kachin and to Yangon as needed We offerDRC will offer the successful applicant a contract for months Envisaged start date is as soon as possible Salary and conditions will be in accordance with DRC s Terms of Employment for Expatriates please refer to www drc dk under Vacancies The position is placed at level A11 Myitkyina is a non family duty station

World Food Programme Myanmar Vacancy AnnouncementContract type Service Contract (SC 5)Post title Programme AssistantNumber of Posts OneDuty Stations MyitkyinaReport To Programme AssociateRequired Period of Service Six months (Extendable)Deadline for application May 2016Qualified women are especially encouraged to applyDuties and Responsibilities:Under the direct supervision of Programme Associate and overall supervision of Head of Sub Office in Myitkyina, the Programme Assistant will be responsible for, and not limited to, the following duties: Serve as a focal point for school feeding related activities of Myitkyina Sub Office Ensure that the school feeding activity is well managed, which includes planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting Liaise with counterpart to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing school feeding activities Ensure that the objective of school feeding activity, i e increase in attendance, enrollment, decrease in drop out, improve nutrition, will be achieved in the area Make field visits, including assessments missions in support for implementation, document the field missions and ensure follow up actions made Provide technical guidance, including capacity building activities, to local government counterparts and programme staffs and CP staffs as required Provide feedback to the supervisor on effectiveness of programme Also serve as a focal point for nutrition related activities of Myitkyina Sub office Plan distribution of food, and timely submit food release notes for delivery of specialized nutritious food to the food distribution points Plan and ensure implementation, by CPs, of nutrition education interventions Whenever possible, coordinate activities with other partners for complementary nutrition sensitive activities (wash sector, education sector, etc Support communication and activities with local government authorities, particularly with Township Education Offices, local partners, agencies and NGOs Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the assistance programme at the local level, in close collaboration with the implementing partners and local authorities Assist in other sub office s programme activities occasionally such as IDP beneficiary selection exercise, cross line mission, regular monitoring and others Perform other related duties as required QualificationEducation:Completion of secondary school education A post secondary certificate in the related functional area is desirable Desired Experience for Entry into the RolePreferable to have at least four years of progressively responsible support or humanitarian work experience Has facilitated communication with technical teams (i e nutrition, VAM, etc Has contributed to implementation of programmes Has observed or assisted with policy discussions Knowledge:Knowledge of humanitarian assistance and development practice Training and or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems Language:Fluency in both oral and written English and Myanmar Ability to speak in local language will be an added advantage

Save the Children is the world s leading independent organisation for children We work in countries We save children s lives we fight for their rights we help them fulfil their potential We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office We re changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world class people and relevant for the 21st century Contract length: yearsThe roleTo lead and provide overall direction to the organization on establishing MEAL systems and capacities with a view of enabling evidence based learning to facilitate Programme Quality and Development Qualifications and ExperienceEssential* Master s degree in a relevant subject or equivalent field experience Significant experience in emergency response and fragile state contexts Significant experience of undertaking a MEAL related role in an humanitarian context Experience of, and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability Previous experience of managing a team and managing projects Demonstrated strong monitoring and evaluation skills, including planning participating in evaluations Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands on implementation capacity Proven capacity to supervise, train and coach staff Ability to write clear and well argued assessment and project reports Excellent communication skills Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy A high level of written and spoken English The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances Commitment to the aims and principles of Save the Children In particular, a good understanding of the Save the Children mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support Desirable Experience of representation and advocacy desirable Experience or knowledge of working and living in Myanmar and or the region highly desirable Experience in both implementation and design highly desirable Prior experience with Save the Children desirableWe need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role

Save the Children is the world s leading independent organisation for children We work in countries We save children s lives we fight for their rights we help them fulfil their potential We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office We re changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world class people and relevant for the 21st century Contract length: yearThe roleSave the Children International (SCI) and UNICEF share global responsibility for the coordination of Education in Emergencies as part of the UN humanitarian reform (www humanitarianreform org) and the Cluster system The Education in Emergencies Sector Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and supporting on going Education in Emergencies Sector partners and activities in Rakhine and Kachin northern Shan, and for strengthening sector coordination nationally in Myanmar, according to the Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Cluster Sector approach Qualifications and ExperienceEssential* Bachelor s degree, and preferably post graduate university degree, in subject related to role (Substantial experience can be considered in lieu of academic qualifications Solid experience of Education Cluster Sector coordination at the national level in similar context (chronic emergencies) Demonstrated skills, experience, and knowledge of Education in Emergencies, particularly in a protracted displacement context* Experience in establishing and managing education in emergencies programmes with participatory approach to government authorities and community leaders* Experience and knowledge of effective financial and budgetary control and managing grants Ability to analyse information, develop information management tools and consolidate the existing ones with the support of GEC, evaluate options and to think and plan strategically Ability to, and experience of, identifying and addressing capacity gaps including delivering training in thematic area Solid proposal development and review skills An in depth understanding of national and international development issues related to the thematic programme, including cross cutting issues (conflict sensitivity, gender, disability particularly important) Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills and the ability to lead and motivate others Fluency in written and spoken English Commitment to and understanding humanitarian principles, the convention on child rights and the Cluster approach and relevant standards (Sphere and INEE)* Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally as assignedWe need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role

Terms of ReferenceUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)Title: Cash Expert to Myanmar OperationDuty Station: Yangon, MyanmarContract Type: ConsultancyDuration: months, June November 2016Background and rationale:Under UNHCR s institutionalization plan for Cash Based Interventions (CBI), Myanmar is a focus country for and is also one of the countries benefitting from the DFID interagency emergency preparedness project that includes a cash transfer component In order to ensure continuity on CBI and to capitalize fully on support already provided and the ongoing capacity building initiatives, the Myanmar operation is seeking technical CBI support in form of a six month consultancy The time bound injection of technical expertise to the country operation would ensure that in house capacity is built and UNHCR partners are equipped to plan and implement CBIs in various settings It would provide required technical guidance to enable the Office to gradually scale up CBI as an assistance modality in addition to current in kind assistance (e g NFI, shelter, etc and as part of preparedness for future displacement and possible refugee return operation in South East Myanmar This will build on CBI feasibility studies that were undertaken in in South East Myanmar and in Rakhine and Kachin states CBI issues are in principle coordinated by the programme staff, led by Senior Programme Officer at the national level and by the field based programme officers and also national staff in area of operation For the concrete CBI intervention Kachin and return to South Eastern Myanmar will be prioritized with the initial scale of up to persons in Kachin and northern Shan for NFI and a few thousand people at most for return from Thailand, for It is envisaged that once the Myanmar team is sufficiently trained and systems in place, the existing team will be equipped to use the CBI when such mode of assistance is feasible and desirable Objectives and deliverables:The objective of the proposed cash expert deployment to Myanmar is twofold:Assist the Myanmar operation in establishing proper systems for implementing CBIs (including transfer modalities and SOPs)Build capacity of national staff, including finance, supply and programme as well as staff of partner NGOsThe cash expert will be expected to deliver the following outputs:Support the Office in the identification of potential partners for CBI (by operational area)Assess the capacities of partners to use cash, their geographical outreach, the preferred modalities etc Identify the best delivery mechanism and the potential financial service provider (FSP) for the country or according to regions Support the preparations for competitive bidding for (FSP) or mobile cash services, as per the preferred option of transfer and establish the agreements Assist with the design and implementation of a Cash Based Programme, aligned with Country strategyIdentify region specific challenges and risks associated to CBI and propose mitigation plansOn the basis of past in country experience and lessons learned, support the Office in the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and monitoring tools for SE and Kachin and review those for Rakhine and support the implementation Contribute to the preparedness activities included in the DFIP project by expanding capacity building initiatives to the partners especially national NGOs Build the capacity on CBI of UNHCR national staff, partners and government officials at different levels, including through trainings, knowledge transfer, coaching, lessons learned, etc Support coordination of Cash Based Initiatives, particularly raising awareness on protection risks and benefits while implementing cash and or voucher in the cash working group, maintaining a coordinated responseDeliver an end of mission report including recommendations for each area of operation and the national level The proposed deployment time is six months in order to allow sufficient time in each location to understand the context, work with UNHCR field teams and partners and to support at the national level to establish agreements with service providers The person will spend approximately eight weeks in South East, eight weeks in Kachin, two weeks in Rakhine and four weeks in Yangon Depending on developments on the ground there could also be a need to extend the support to the Thai border operation and for the expert to go to Thailand for about weeks as part of the support to the South East Experience and competencies: Excellent knowledge of cash based interventions (including technical guidelines and standards) and specific field experiences in CBI Proven knowledge and technical skills in design, implementation and monitoring of CBI, preferably from a multi sectoral perspective Analytical thinking and planning skills ability to set priorities, prepare manageable work plans and to evaluate progress Ability to produce tools and to contribute to CBI implementation and monitoring Excellent written and cross cultural communication skills

Anticipating new donor funding, CWS (Church World Service) is recruiting a Deputy Country Representative for its Myanmar program The Deputy will report to the Country Representative (CR) and be based in Yangon, Myanmar, with significant in country travel Primary Purpose: In consultation with the CR, the Deputy Country Representative (DCR) leads CWS programs in Myanmar in support of the CWS global mission to fight hunger and poverty, and promote and justice The Myanmar DCR manages all CWS projects, and program staff, in the country s he maintains positive relationships with all key stakeholders, especially in communities s he partners with CWS regional and headquarters colleagues to ensure, and report on, high quality, results project implementation The DCR also liaises with current and prospective donors, or supports the Country Representative to do so Essential Responsibilities:Program Leadership and Management Closely manage program staff to ensure high quality and timely project implementation with all partners, including communities When new projects are funded, take a leadership role in designing and facilitating project start up workshop(s) meeting(s) to ensure complete and clear understanding of project design(s), goal(s), etc especially input output and outcome impact commitments budget use and accounting record keeping expectations, and narrative and financial reporting requirements Together with M amp E colleagues, design and lead baseline survey, mid term and final evaluation, Ensure donor agreed program objectives and reporting requirements are fully met specifically:Write periodic, e g monthly, quarterly, etc reports, as required by donors and CWS management, to detail progress against set targets and indicators, including evidence of progress towards planned outputs according to schedules, budgets, and inputs draft reports with enough time to allow for colleagues (e g CR and Regional Coordinator RC) review Keep the CR routinely apprised of program project progress and related operational information Additionally, Work with the CR and country team in Country Strategic Planning and Program Strategy Development Help CR manage change related to program direction, structure and function as needed Staff Management Supervise, support and coach direct reports help them manage their teams, including partners Ensure all program team members have SMART annual performance objectives (goals) and regular (at least semi annual) performance reviews, plus opportunities for professional development as CWS resources allow Work with the CR to maintain a clear organizational structure and ensure the country and project offices are well staffed to implement planned activities in line with budgets Financial Management, Audit and ComplianceWork with team members and partners to manage budgets to ensure timely activity implementation Specifically, oversee spending according to approved budgets for planned activities manage budgets according to CWS and donor financial management policies and procedures, e g for spending authorization levels, budget realignment, spending variances, etc coordinate with finance colleagues and the CR to ensure timely financial reporting to donors and CWS regional and US offices, as needed Coordinate with operations staff to ensure office equipment and assets are properly used and maintained in line with CWS policies, protocols and practices Relationships RepresentationWhen asked or delegated by the CR, collaborate with Myanmar colleagues to develop and sustain positive relationships with relevant Government officials national NGOs and civil society groups, especially implementing partners international organizations, including NGOs, especially ACT Alliance members and UN agencies and churches, ecumenical and interfaith organizations networks in Myanmar Funds Development and MarketingCollaborate with the CR and regional colleagues on resource (funds) development, including new project ideas design, plus communications in support of resource mobilization Safety and Security Liaise with the CR on all matters of safety and security, and take all reasonable and prudent steps to ensure the safety and security of CWS staff and assets Other Perform other duties and activities as deemed necessary or as requested QualificationEducation A Bachelor s degree in related field is required a Master s degree in a field relevant to development and humanitarian and or management is highly desired Required Skills Experience years experience in a leadership management role in a humanitarian or development organization Proven program project management, including strong personnel supervision experience, plus budget and program ops logistics management Experience in supporting national and local civil society partners to lead project activities productively Demonstrated positive interpersonal skills for clear, respectful communications, strong teamwork, etc Excellent written and verbal English language knowledge skills, including demonstrated presentation and representational experience Computer literacy, including use of Internet resources, and Microsoft tools (Word, Excel, etc Experience in both development and humanitarian contexts preferred Ability and enthusiasm to travel extensively and often to remote project sites Commitment to ecumenical cooperation in line with CWS mission and commitmentsCompensation: Base salary between US and US month, depending on experience and qualifications the benefits package includes health medical insurance, a retirement savings (pension) contribution and paid Myanmar government holidays and government allowed vacation and leave Housing (including utilities not food incidentals) is provided in a CWS apartment (office staff residence) in Yangon

Background Information UNOPSUNOPS supports the successful implementation of its partners peacebuilding, humanitarian and development projects around the world Our mission is to serve people in need by expanding the ability of the United Nations, governments and other partners to manage projects, infrastructure and procurement in a sustainable and efficient manner Working in some of the world s most challenging environments, our vision is to advance sustainable implementation practices, always satisfying or surpassing our partners expectations With over personnel spread across countries, UNOPS offers its partners the logistical, technical and management knowledge they need, wherever they need it A flexible structure and global reach means that we can quickly respond to our partners needs, while offering the benefits of economies of scale Background Information MyanmarUNOPS Myanmar is under the UNOPS Asia, Europe and Middle East Regional Office and was established to support, develop and oversee UNOPS portfolio of programmes and projects in Myanmar which focus on health programmes and livelihoods and rural development UNOPS Myanmar ensures that synergies between programmes and projects are effectively developed The UNOPS Myanmar portfolio currently includes fund management of the multi donor Three Millennium Development Goals Fund (3MDG) and the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT) In addition, UNOPS is the Principal Recipient of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria grants to Myanmar (PR GFATM), as well as the Regional Artemisinin Resistance Containment Initiative (RAI) UNOPS is also expanding its infrastructure and procurement services in Myanmar, including advisory services in these areas UNOPS Myanmar plays a critical role in ensuring quality services to UNOPS partners that meet stringent requirements of speed, efficiency and cost effectiveness It is also responsible for liaison with Government counterparts, Donors, NGOs and UN Agencies Background Information Job specificUNOPS is an operational arm of the United Nations, helping a range of partners implement billion worth of aid and development projects every year UNOPS mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peace building, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need The UNOPS Asia Region (AR) has been established to support, develop and oversee UNOPS portfolio of programmes and projects in the Asia region and to ensure that synergies between programmes and projects are effectively developed AR plays a critical role in ensuring quality services to UNOPS partners that meet stringent requirements of speed, efficiency and cost effectiveness In February MMOH was selected by the Myanmar Country Coordination Mechanism for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) as one of two Principal Recipients of GFATM grants for Myanmar The implementation of three grants (AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria) under MMOC management commenced in January and the first Phase of implementation was completed in December In Myanmar received additional funding from the Global Fund under the New Funding Model (NFM) for four years period Total funding under MMOC management amounts to USD million for the period MMOH is responsible for the delivery of targets set out in the grant agreement, in collaboration with selected Sub Recipients from the national programmes, international and local NGOs and United Nations agencies This arrangement comes under the oversight of the Myanmar Country Coordinating Mechanism (which has recently been changed to the Myanmar Health Sector Coordination Committee or HSCC), which is a partnership between local stakeholders from NGOs, multilateral and bilateral development partners, the public and private sector and people living with or affected by the diseases This enables effective and target based aid delivery to those most in need In MMOH has been selected by Regional Steering Committee (RSC) for the Regional Artemisinin Resistance Containment Initiative (RAI) as single Regional Principal Recipient The RAI is a three year project which commenced on January and which covers five Mekong countries most affected by artemisinin resistance: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam The expected three years funding for the RAI is USD million In the PR Programme in Cambodia was also integrated into the PR Programme in MMOH and a consolidation and integration of all PR undertaking had taken place This consolidation established a matrix management system with technical expertise pooled in the AR across all grants, while reporting has been tailored to reflect this integration making the Programme Director accountable for all grants This consolidation was necessary to ensure that consistently high quality PR work is maintained across the whole region in all grants with a technically sound, harmonized and coherent vision, approach and practices and resources are utilized efficiently providing best services to stakeholders and to enable expansion of PR services in the AR Functional ResponsibilitiesUnder the direct supervision of the Programme Director, and with a secondary reporting line to the Head of Support Services, the Programme Support Officer is responsible for timely and efficient delivery of programme support and financial services in accordance with an agreed work plan approved by the Programme Director The Programme Support Officer will be assisted by a team of international and national professionals and will work in close collaboration with the Head of Support Services in the UNOPS Myanmar Operations Hub (MMOH) and receive support from the Support Services Team of MMOH He She promotes a collaborative, client oriented approach consistent with UNOPS rules and regulations and shall focus on the following results outlined below:Timely and efficient delivery of programme support and financial services of the GFATM grants: Provide high quality professional advice to the Programme Director Lead and supervise the Programme Support Unit and in close collaboration with the Head of Programme provide the required strategic technical support work in all grants managed by UNOPS PR in Myanmar and regionally Manage the Programme Support Unit team ensuring that appropriate operational standards and systems are put in place and maintained for Act as OIC for the PR Director as an alternate member of the UNOPS Myanmar Senior Management Group (SMG), supporting pro active preparation and implementation of the strategic plans and other management initiatives Maintain closely and frequently contacts with the Global Fund, National Country Health Coordinating Committees, and all national and international stakeholders in the GFATM grant universe Develop SOPs, manuals, plans, budgets, reporting template and all necessary programme support devices and toolsets as may be required for GFATM grants implementation Manage all operational agreements with implementing partners, including their amendments and legal negotiations ensuring appropriate processing of UNOPS internal processes related to necessary awards and approvals from relevant UNOPS authorities Ensure that activities for ongoing grants are monitored, analysed and reported on a timely basis, lead the preparation and timely submission of reports to the GFATM Proper planning, expenditure tracking and audit of financial resources for the GFATM grants, in accordance with UNOPS financial rules and regulations, organizational directives and administrative instructions Monitor the financial exception reports for unusual activities, transactions and investigation of anomalies or unusual transactions Provision of information is reported the Head of Support Services and the Director of the Principle Recipient Identification of problems in the programme s financial and administrative areas, suggesting alternative solutions to resolve issues in compliance with broader UNOPS policies, rules and procedures Capacity building of Sub Recipients (SRs in the area of budgeting, reporting and finance management in general Contracting independent agents to undertake specific tasks including, where appropriate, procurement, studies, audit and monitoring Maintain all archives and programme related documentation Implementation of operational strategies and procedures for the GFATM grants: Full compliance of financial activities, financial recording reporting system and audit follow up within UNOPS rules, regulations, policies and strategies implementation of effective internal control, proper design and functioning of the financial resources management system for the GFATM grants Ensure full compliance with Global Fund policies Perform elaboration establishment of internal standard operating procedures and control of the workflows in the Programme Support Unit for the GFATM grants Perform elaboration and implementation of cost saving and reduction strategies Up to date on policy developments on UNOPS financial management issues Timely budget preparation and effective monitoring, reporting and control: Coordinate the preparation of all Global Fund projects budget, review of budget submissions, regular analysis and reporting on the budget approvals and the delivery situation monitoring of expenditures against approved budgets and reporting on variances Review, analyse and revise data with respect to the finalization of cost estimates and budget proposals, in terms of staff and non staff requirements submitted by the programme team, procurement team and the Support Services team covering GFATM grants Timely financial reports for submission to the Global Fund and other stakeholders in accordance with UNOPS rules, and in line with the established procedures Implement effective risk management practices in all GF grants managed by UNOPS in Myanmar and regionally Cash management and treasury functions for GFATM grants: Timely review of cash position for GFATM grants to ensure sufficient funds on hand for disbursements identification and recording of receipts for income application Timely review of bank statements in UNOPS corporate financial system to monitor cash levels and for the identification and recording of receipts covering GFATM grants projects Ensure that payments are submitted in a timely manner in order to payments being effectuated in due time to suppliers, staff, sub recipients and other entities relevant for the GFATM grants Proper control of the supporting documents for payments review, modification, initiation and implementation of internal control procedures in coordination with Support Services team Ensure quality control of expenditures under the GFATM grants by performing ongoing review, analysis and reconciliation of accounts Investigation of discrepancies and initiation of timely corrective actions Other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Director Education Experience Language requirementsa Education Master s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or related field is required Additional two years of similar experience with a Bachelor s Degree is considered as equivalent Certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent highly desirable b Work Experience Minimum years of progressively responsible, job related experience in in the areas of operations or administration or finance or program implementation with greater independence and decision making authority for more complex budgets is required Experience in managing finance functions, Finance units, and a large number of personnel is essential Proven experience in a wide spectrum of operations oriented financial management, including financial forecasting for project acquisition, budgeting, and project monitoring is required Strong communication and interpersonal skills is preferable Good knowledge of donor organizations and experience in working with NGOs and civil society would be an asset Previous experience with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis would be an asset Sound knowledge of UNOPS regulations and rules would be an asset At least years of experience working and coordination with donors is required Strong experience in South East Asia region is preferred Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Office and or newer versions) is required c Language Fluency in both written and spoken English is essential CompetenciesLeadership Provides others with a clear direction motivates and empowers others recruits staff of a high caliber provides staff with development opportunities and coaching sets appropriate standards of behavior Integrity amp Accountability Ability to take ownership for all responsibilities and honors commitments and deliver quality output within prescribed time frame Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude Remains calm, in control and good humored even under pressure Respect for Diversity Proven ability to relate to people from diverse backgrounds and cultures Creativity and Innovation Ability to challenge mindsets and think outside the box, as well as improvise in dynamic situations Ability to exhibits original and innovative thinking in his her work Professionalism Ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, and recommend solutions proven analytical skills Familiarity with UN and UNOPS rules, regulations and policies Ability to work systematically, accurately and under pressure Commitment to continuous learning Willingness to keep abreast of new developments in the procurement process as well as in the QMS Ability to share knowledge, experience and learn continuously by being open and flexible Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development on one or more practice areas, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills Planning and organizing Ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan to meet the deadlines and those under his her supervision Result oriented Ability to focus on the result for the clients and respond positively to feedback Client orientation Ability to identify clients needs and appropriate solutions ability to establish and maintain productive partnerships with clients Communication Proven ability to write in a clear and concise manner and to communicate effectively orally Teamwork Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi cultural, multi ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity Analyzing Skills Ability to make rational judgments for the available information and analysis and probe for further information or greater understanding of a problem and present with alternative options Self reliant Ability to act independently with a minimum of supervision Specific assignments may be reviewed while in progress however the majority is reviewed on completion Routine duties are performed independently Technological awareness Excellent computer skills and ability to use software tools to present data clearly and concisely Good working knowledge of MS Office applications including proficiency in Excel, Spreadsheets amp Database Software Contract type, level and durationContract type: Individual Contractor AgreementContract level: IICA 3Contract duration: Initial one year (renewable subject to the satisfactory performance and funding availability)For more details about the ICA contractual modality, please follow this link:https: www unops org english Opportunities job opportunities what we of Additional Considerations Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time (CET) Applications received after the closing date will not be considered Only those candidates that are short listed for interviews will be notified Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply For staff positions only, UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than the advertised level of the post The incumbent is responsible to abide by security policies, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the UN Security Management System and that of UNOPS It is the policy of UNOPS to conduct background checks on all potential recruits interns Recruitment internship in UNOPS is contingent on the results of such checks Bottom of Form

Description An English Teacher with Hilton Nay Pyi Taw will change the language ability by taking the responsibility of improving the English proficiency of the Team Members of the Hotel and Students of the Hilton Vocational Training School. 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 an English Teacher, you serve as an integral component of the Human Resources function by supporting innovated English Programs through Hilton Worldwide s comprehensive training framework. Specifically, an English will perform the following tasks to the highest standards:Basic Functions: Design the English program according to the level of learners which may include the spoken classes and business letter writing programs for managers too. Create the class programs with monthly, year calendar and submit the calendar to the Cluster Training Manager. Support individual and team development, career development, and training and experience based learning Advise, and mentor the Team Members and students regarding learning English Interact with hotel department heads to provide feedback of the team members in progress status. Advise Training Manager in planning monthly and yearly training programs for the English Programs. Keep record and Monitor the attendance of the learners and report to Cluster Training Manager Requirements What are we looking for An English Teacher 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: Hands on Experience in training the related programs. Thorough knowledge of modern learning and development tools and technique Excellent communication and presentation skills Excellent people management skills Demonstrated ability to develop interpersonal relationships Proficiency with computers and computer programs, including Microsoft Word, Powerpoint Exceptional presentation and grooming Tertiary qualifications, or other collegiate level degree, in Training or Human Resources, preferredWhat 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 100 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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Consultancy Title:Trend analysis consultancyProject Location:Loikaw, Kayah State, MyanmarSummary: Mercy Corps is looking for a consultant to serve as the principle technical resource for an activity designed to support civil society led analysis of peace and conflict trends in Kayah State The consultancy should take approximately days of effort during the May July period, with up to additional days over the month pilot period Interested applicants should apply online and should submit a statement of interest including CV, proposed methodology and workplan, and detailed cost requirements (if you are based in the EU, this must include VAT) by April Locally or regionally based candidates with previous Myanmar experience are strongly preferred BackgroundThe Paung Si Lett (PSL) program is laying the foundations for sustainable peace and development in Kayah State, Myanmar, through the implementation of a multi tiered programme at the village, township, district, and state level Funded by the European Commission, the programme takes a process oriented approach to building the skills and relationships that will enable diverse actors including community members civil society organizations (CSOs) state, district, township, and village government and ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) and their civilian administrations to work together to promote peace and development Working across the state s seven townships, the programme s three components ER1 Governance, ER2 Community Driven Development (CDD), and ER3 Peacebuilding will be implemented in an integrated and coordinated way to maximize impact and to connect actors both vertically and horizontally The Mercy Corps led consortium which includes the International Rescue Committee (IRC), The Border Consortium (TBC), Nyein (Shalom) Foundation, Karuna Mission Social Solidarity (KMSS) Loikaw, and Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVSI) Foundation capitalizes on the strengths of each co applicant to ensure geographic coverage and knowledge of Kayah State, relationships with diverse key stakeholders, and complementary technical expertise Project descriptionMercy Corps will support the production of a quarterly page situation update brief in Myanmar and English languages which will contain an overview of trends on the peace and security situation in Kayah State relating to the peace process as well as protection issues beyond those related to armed conflict This may include issues related to gender based violence, land, mega development projects, etc This document will be created by a working group of civil society representatives who will be responsible for collecting and analyzing peace trend data and drafting and disseminating the update The objectives of the activity are:To raise public awareness of the peace and security context in Kayah State To pilot a mechanism for collecting and publicly sharing updated context information To strengthen relationships between people who have information about the conflict context and the people able to disseminate it To foster a network of stakeholders interested in developing and sharing up to date context information The situation update brief will be pages long and will provide an overview of state level peace and conflict trends and changes in trends related to specific indicators that will be defined by the working group This will be a document written in a clear way making it accessible to communities in Kayah State and in camps across the border An initial framework and product development workshop will serve as a day training and decision making process for the working group and relevant Mercy Corps team members The objectives of the workshop are to enhance the conflict and political analysis skills of the working group members, define the parameters and format of the situation update brief, identify relevant indicators of contextual change, identify relevant and diverse information sources, develop data collection tools, discuss techniques for collecting sensitive information from different actors, and discuss dissemination strategies A joint analysis workshop conducted after the initial round of data collection will bring together working group members, Mercy Corps team members, and other civil society actors knowledgeable about peace and conflict trends in Kayah State This day workshop will serve as an opportunity exchange information about trends, identify emerging issues, and enhance networking between civil society actors engaged in these issues The joint analysis workshop is expected to be conducted quarterly, for a total of workshops during the initial month pilot period Following the joint analysis workshop, the working group with support from Mercy Corps team members and the consultant will draft the situation update brief The brief will then be disseminated through a variety of channels, such as local newspapers, radio, and community meetings Four briefs will be developed during the initial month pilot period Project participants: The activity will involve CSO leaders, journalists, and other people knowledgeable about the conflict situation in Kayah State For this purpose two different groups will be created The conflict analysis situation update working group who will be collecting the information, analyzing it and producing the situation update brief every months and the joint conflict analysis situation update team who will gather a larger number of people and will consist of a group who can both provide information and validate what the working group has been collecting For this purpose the consultant will train and work directly with the working group and will facilitate the discussion between the members of the joint team Consultant activitiesThe consultant will be the principle technical resource supporting the working group and guiding the development of the conflict analysis framework, selection of trend indicators, development of data collection tools, analysis of trends, and development and drafting of the situation update brief Specific activities will include:Conduct the framework and product development workshop Support the working group to develop an analytical framework, data collection tools, and situation update brief format Facilitate the initial joint analysis workshop, and support as necessary the following joint analysis workshops Supervise the production of the situation update brief, including reviewing the analysis for quality control with attention to issues related to verification Prepare and submit a brief activity report following the framework and product development workshop and the initial joint analysis workshop, including any observed challenges and recommendations for action Other activities proposed by the consultant as deemed relevant and as agreed by Mercy Corps Key deliverablesKey deliverables of the consultancy include:Framework and product development workshop conducted and activity report draftedAnalytical framework and data collection tools developedInitial joint analysis workshop conducted and activity report draftedInitial situation update brief draftedSchedule and logisticsWorking days: working days are anticipated in order to prepare for and carry out the framework and product development workshop and the initial joint analysis workshop and to support the development of the initial situation update brief additional days are anticipated to support each of the future quarterly joint analysis workshops and situation update briefs Mercy Corps aims to contract for the initial day period, with subsequent days added to the consultancy as deemed appropriate Logistics: Mercy Corps undertakes the responsibility for facilitating travel for the consultant in Kayah State Schedule: The following schedule indicates our currently expected timeline:QualificationsMercy Corps is looking for a consultant with the following skills and experience:Technical expertise in conflict analysis, political economy analysis, trend analysis, or other relevant analytical frameworks Sectoral expertise in conflict management peacebuilding and governance Experience conducting training and analysis workshops with civil society actors in Myanmar Strong participatory facilitation skills and cultural sensitivity Fluency in English with highly professional report writing capabilities Experience in Myanmar Locally or regionally based consultants are strongly preferred The Consultant will report to:Program Director Conflict ManagementTo apply: Interested applicants should apply online by April Applications should include a statement of interest, CV, proposed methodology and workplan, and detailed cost requirements

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