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Please submit a cover letter with your resume describing your interest in this position and how you meet the requirements PATH offers a highly dynamic work environment, local benefits package and competitive compensation paid in USD, based on a Myanmar salary scale Interested parties should apply through the PATH website at: http: bit ly 1sRCmJ6NOTE: You are required to be a citizen of Myanmar to apply for this position We WILL NOT respond to your application if you do not meet this requirement PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children We accelerate innovation across five platforms vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health PATH opened an office in Myanmar in to support the government in a broad range of health care strengthening activities including maternal and child health and vaccine preventable disease Our flagship project is address poor nutrition through the introduction of fortified rice Going forward we will continue our work to strengthen immunization systems and improve women s sexual and reproductive health PATH seeks a Team Leader to lead PATH s Vaccine and Immunization Program in Myanmar and provide technical assistance to other countries in the region focusing on Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine initially and potentially other vaccines in the near future The Team Leader will have responsibility for providing technical assistance to the Myanmar Ministry of Health and its partners as well as other countries in the region regarding new vaccine introductions and strengthening immunization systems The successful candidate will work closely with the Technical Director in the PATH Mekong hub in Hanoi, Vietnam, and Project Teams in our headquarters in the United States, as well as in country partners and donors Reporting to PATH s Country Representative in Myanmar, this Team Leader will manage relationships and represent PATH with government counterparts, in country donors and development partners coordinate interactions between staff in Myanmar and teams based at Mekong and headquarters offices in the US and in other locations ensure compliance with PATH, donor, and local government policies guide development of annual budgets and monitor expenses collaborate on business development opportunities with partners in country and PATH colleagues around the world Specific responsibilities include:Leadership roles Establish and maintain close working relationships with EPI MOH within the Government of Myanmar In collaboration with Mekong Regional Hub leadership and key partners from PATH globally, participate in strategic planning and other activities related to Myanmar EPI activities Contribute to business development opportunities related to JE, HPV, and other vaccine programs in the Mekong region Oversee and serve as Performance Leader for assigned staff Technical rolesJE vaccine duties Represent PATH JE project activities in Myanmar including participation in relevant meetings related to JE vaccine introduction This will include regularly interaction with EPI MOH, in country representatives of international agencies (e g WHO, UNICEF), and other stakeholders on issues related to JE control Coordinate with PATH s global JE team and in country partners to provide technical assistance to Myanmar MOH regarding the introduction of JE vaccination programs Develop a training package for JE vaccine introduction and micro planning for both campaign and routine activities This will include a comprehensive training program for MOH staff involved in JE vaccination, a train the trainer guide, and trainee guide job aids for program managers and health workers These three components will address issues related to new vaccine introduction, methods to assure maximal vaccine coverage and methods to measure the impact of vaccine introduction In conjunction with EPI MOH WHO, and UNICEF, the Team Leader will provide technical assistance to MOH regarding implementation of training, monitoring progress of vaccination campaigns and routine immunization, assessing JE vaccine coverage, and measuring the impact of JE vaccine introduction Special consideration will be given to developing and monitoring JE vaccination activities and their impact on hard to reach populations In coordination with EPI MOH, WHO, UNICEF, other in country partners, and PATH s global JE team, provide input into the development of Information, Education, and Communication strategy and materials to be used in the introduction campaign and routine immunization Provide country specific vaccine demand, use, and coverage data to PATH s global JE team in order to forecast the demand for JE vaccine Provide guidance and technical assistance to other countries regarding the design, implementation, and evaluation of JE vaccination programs when required HPV vaccine duties Represent PATH s HPV project activities in Myanmar including participation in relevant meetings related to HPV vaccine introduction This will include regular interaction with EPI MOH, in country representatives of international agencies (e g WHO, UNICEF), and other stakeholders on issues related to HPV control Provide technical assistance to GAVI eligible countries regarding design, implementation, and evaluation of demonstration projects Provide technical assistance to in country staff and partners developing program evaluation protocols, instruments and data collection plans for country compliance with GAVI requirements for HPV vaccine demonstration programs (http: www gavialliance org support apply Act as country liaison for PATH s HPV vaccine related work in designated countries, at the direction of the project director team lead Required Skills: Demonstrated skills in writing scientific reports for governments, stakeholders, and non technical audiences Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong interpersonal and presentation skills Highly organized, with ability to work independently, meet deadlines and produce deliverables with minimal guidance Demonstrated ability to work in a multi site, team based organizational structure Required Experience: Advance degree (MD or MPH PhD highly preferred) in public health, epidemiology, medicine, or related field At least ten years of relevant work experience in public health, experience in the field of immunization in developing countries preferred Demonstrated experience using epidemiological and operational research methods and designing, supporting and evaluating vaccination programs Experience working on formative research and vaccine demonstration project design and implementation in developing countries desirable In depth knowledge of immunization systems, new vaccine introduction and Mekong region country immunization programs In depth knowledge of vaccine preventable disease epidemiology, qualitative and quantitative study design, and program evaluation of vaccine delivery Knowledge of JE, JE vaccines, HPV, and HPV vaccines in developing country contexts

CODE POSITION HSC MYANMARLOCATION Yangon, Myanmar, with frequent travels within the countryDURATION months, renewablePOSITION Health Sector Coordinator (HSC)WORK CONTEXTMain focus of Cesvi s interventions in Myanmar is Community Empowerment with integrated actions on Health, Livelihood, Wash and Environment Cesvi s volume of activities and operational capacity in Myanmar have been increasing in the last years, now reaching around beneficiaries with a team of more than staff Cesvi is currently working in health sector in two States (Northern Shan and Kachin) and four Regions (Magway, Sagaing, Mandalay and Yangon) with a total of Townships and more than villages covered Cesvi is operating from a main Country Office in Yangon, Area Offices in Pyin Oo Lwin and Magway and Field Offices in almost every Township The Health Program is currently implemented through three specific projects:2 projects funded by the Global Fund, and focusing on TB and Malaria control: The general strategy of the projects is to strengthen and support a community health networks at village level The main activities are: training of Village Health Volunteers on Malaria and TB, advocacy and social mobilization, Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) distribution, bed nets impregnation campaigns, health education, early diagnosis (through RDT Test) and treatment of uncomplicated malaria cases, referral of severe complicated malaria cases, mobile clinics for PHC, TB case detection and referral, DOTS at village level The Malaria component of the Program expanded also to three Townships in Kachin State, including IDP camps project funded by 3MDG Fund, focusing on improving child and maternal healthAreas of interest for the expansion of Cesvi Health Sector in Myanmar are represented by Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH, including PMTCT of HIV), Artemisin Resistance Containment and a change of strategy on malaria moving from Control to Elimination JOB DESCRIPTIONThe collaboration will start in July The incumbent will based in Yangon with regular monitoring and supervision visits to the field offices in Mandalay Region, Northern Shan State and Kachin State The HSC will be responsible for:detailed planning and coordination of all project activities, with the support of the international administrator logistician and national staff,monitoring and supervision of the project activities, consolidation (project identification including field assessmentcoordination with stakeholders of Cesvi Health Sector within the Country Relation and coordination with the Principal Recipient of the grant (Save the Children) Develop new project proposals in close coordination with the senior management staffS he will check and make sure the projects activities fulfil the scheduled objectives, especially:coordinating and monitoring the implementation of the activities,ensuring that such activities meet with the Country regulations and the donor s requirementsensuring that the specific project s procedures are followed: Field Manual M amp E Guidelines, Pharmacy Management Guidelines,ensuring that the Organization s procedures and regulations are accomplished (Security Manual, Overseas Offices Administration Manual, Logistics Manual, Visibility and Communication Manual) S he will support the Country Administrator Logistic Coordinator in all the administrative aspects of the project (accounting, budgeting, procurement, financial reporting) S he will be responsible of all the documents of the projectS he will keep an efficient organization of the offices and the staff, supported by Project managers or Project Local Coordinators (PLCs) based in the main Area OfficesS he will prepare, within the established deadlines, the project reports (activities review report, programmatic report, stock report, financial report) as requested by the donor and the HeadquartersS he will recognize and report any necessary variation, extension or revision of the original projectS he will identify and present new project proposals, guaranteeing missions to carry out feasibility surveys in the country or region, in accordance with the HQ and the CRS he will analyse the actual projects and strategies of other stakeholders (NGO and international organizations) within the same sector geographical area, and he she will participate in technical meeting and health clustersThe HSC reports directly to HQ s Desk Officer, works under the coordination of the Country Representative (CR) and works in close collaboration with the other Cesvi s international and national staff in the Country ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIESHealth background with Master s Degree in Public Health, or equivalent experience in Health ProjectsProven experience in management of health projects and or programs (minimum years) both in emergency and development context (Malaria, TB, MNCH, HIV AIDS)Proven tracks of success in project identification and in drafting proposal (minimum years) with special focus on both emergency response and developmentProven experience in financial planning and accountingExperience in M amp E and reportingGood communication skillsExcellent leadership, management, teamwork amp interpersonal skillsStrong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Power PointFluency in English (written and spoken)DESIRABLE COMPETENCIESAttention to detail, ability to follow procedures, to meet deadlines and good organization of project s data and documentsGood coordination skills within a wide range of stakeholders (Donors, IPs, partners, coordination agencies, clusters, INGOs)SALARY RANGE3300

Consulting Opportunity at World Vision International MyanmarWorld Vision International Myanmar is looking for National or International Consultant to Support MEAL related activities for LIFT funded projects The purpose of the consultancy is to develop MEAL related documents for all existing LIFT funded projects managed by Chief of Party (CoP) Financial Inclusion and Livelihood as well as for the CoP structure itself The consultant will be assisted by WVM and VFM staff to develop the MEAL business case (program level), LIFT Bogale MEAL plan, LIFT Financial Inclusion and M amp E staff recruitment The consultant will be responsible for the quality and timeliness of the submission of requested documents and will be directly managed by the Programme Quality amp Development Director Period of Consultancy: June to July 2016Objectives1) Develop a MEAL business case (program level), Develop Bogale MEAL plan, including revised measurement plan, evidence and learning plan, MEAL plan, Develop MEAL plan for financial inclusion, Support recruitment of M amp E officerBackgroundWorld Vision Myanmar (WVM) received two grants from the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT) The first project untitled Growing Livelihoods in Bogale planned for three years (September to December aims to improve the economic status, nutritional outcomes, and resilience of landless and vulnerable HHs in villages in Bogale Township, Ayeyarwady Division This is aligned with LIFT s overall purpose of increasing livelihood resilience and nutrition of poor people in Myanmar, and Delta priorities of increasing economic opportunities for landless poor and addressing vulnerabilities The second project untitled Financial Inclusion in Upland planned for years (November to December aims to improve access to microfinance institution This project will take place in townships and will be implemented in partnership with Vision Fund Myanmar (VFM) Another grant is anticipated to be funded by World Vision Australia in two townships in upland area Project would start in July for duration of four to five years WVM is interested in demonstrating that joint programming of both support to livelihood and microfinance in parallel will lead to greater impact on targeted population In order to facilitate the coordination of all activities, a CoP has been appointed to manage all projects and ensure synergies This consultancy will provide supporting documents to clarify MEAL requirement at both project and CoP level Recruitment of M amp E staffs for these projects and structure will be supported if it takes place during the time of consultancy DeliverablesMEAL business case (program level)Bogale MEAL plan, including revised measurement plan, evidence and learning plan, MEAL planMEAL plan for financial inclusionEvaluation of M amp E candidates (if recruitment happens during consultancy)BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE OF CONSULTANT Minimum Bachelor s degree in relevant discipline Minimum year experience as M amp E officer for livelihood and or microfinance relatedprojects Experience with designing of M amp E plan for large grants Experience with designing of M amp E plan for large grants Working proficiency in English (report will need to be produced in English) Knowledge of LIFT projects will be considered as an asset g

Chemonics seeks a chief of party for the anticipated USAID Burma HIV project The project aims to improve the continuum of HIV prevention, testing, care, and treatment services for key populations affected by high HIV prevalence and with limited access to HIV and AIDS services We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world Responsibilities include:Provide overall strategic leadership and oversight for the project Serve as the project s main representative to USAID and other stakeholders and partners Direct and oversee project technical implementation including quality assurance on project activities and deliverables Qualifications:Master s degree required or equivalent experience in relevant fieldExperience implementing donor funded projects in Southeast Asia experience in Burma preferredStrong communication skills and proven ability to work collaboratively with senior government officials, donor organizations, and other key stakeholdersExperience working on HIV AIDS programs Experience managing dynamic international and local teams Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity Conversational ability in Burmese a plus, but not required

May 2016Career OpportunityWorld Vision is a Christian, relief, development and advocacy organization working for with communities to create lasting change in the lives of children and families living in poverty Inspired by our Christian values, we are dedicated to work with the world s most vulnerable people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender Humanitarian Emergency Affairs Director (Re Open)**National Office, YangonPurpose of this positionThe primary purpose of this position is to provide management for WVM s emergency relief and rehabilitation programs in Myanmar and to be responsible for the planning, execution and monitoring of all projects Key responsibilities Collaborate with Area Development Programs (ADPs) in making annual business plan and budget Strengthen capacity of ADPs to mitigate disasters in their respective areas Enable to conduct assessments and evaluation of program needs in both ADPs and disaster programs Prepare for emergency responses, monitor Early warning systems (EWS) which will generate timely and useful warning information about a potential or impending hazard or increasing vulnerabilities Provide Security Risk Management support, evaluation and coordination to World Vision Myanmar and supported projects and programmes Networking and coordination develop and maintain working relationships with key agencies, which are working in the field of Humanitarian Emergency Affairs (HEA) Manage emergency response during different category levels of emergencyRequire knowledge and skills Tertiary education in an appropriate discipline At least years of broad and deep experience in providing technical expertise and leadership in risk and security management Ability to operate effectively and sensitively in the culture and present context of the country Good understanding on international standards and protocols In depth knowledge on scenario planning, strategy development and pertinent documentation Able to provide training to staff on personal safety and security and relevant security management Strong commitment to build and work in a team environment and proven quality on this

Trainer Opportunity at World Vision International MyanmarWorld Vision International Myanmar (WVM) is looking for National Trainer to conduct Child Centred Approached (CCA) Training to World Vision Myanmar (WVM) Staff The purpose of this position is to provide CCA training to WVM education focal staff from ADPs NFE facilitators are not equipped with skills to implement CCA teaching approaches and good classroom management techniques Given the number of NFE facilitators the plan for roll out is to use an external facilitator to conduct initial CCA training using the new NFE curriculum for ADP, Zonal and NO technical staff, with the NO and Zonal staff then replicating this at the ADP project level Period of training: Days in June July 2016BackgroundMyanmar is a country in change and the current government is initiating a series of political and economic reforms which are starting to open up the long isolated country One important initiative is a review of the education sector however, non governmental engagement in the formal education sector remains limited Curriculum development in the formal education sector is the sole responsibility of the Ministry of Education (MOE), with Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) currently only able to support Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) and NFE initiatives under the Department of Social Welfare (DSW) Government statistics give a primary Net Enrolment Rate (NER) of a Net Intake Ratio (NIR) of and a Primary Completion Rate (PCR) of with very little difference between boys and girls Despite an increase in the Education budget, as well as improvements in quality and expansion of geographic coverage of education services through NGO programmes (e g Myanmar Education Consortium (MEC)), the reality for a significant number of children is that they are unable to complete primary school This is often due to household economic constraints, households cannot afford associated costs of schooling and extra income (from children working) is needed to ensure households survive The lower value of education is also a factor, as parents do not connect education with increased opportunities for higher incomes later in life Through its ADPs and integrated programming approach, WVM maps out key causes for school drop outs and works to address these through education, economic development, child protection, and health and disaster risk reduction activities Since WVM has been implementing a Non Formal Education (NFE) programme that targets children aged years that have dropped out of, or never attended school NFE classes offer second chance opportunities, equipping children with the basics of literacy, numeracy, and life skills, alongside pre vocational skills training for those over years old WVM is currently supporting community based NFE centres across Area Development Programmes and urban Street and Working Children projects Approximately children benefit from WVM supported NFE per year WVM s programme is different from the MoE s Non formal Primary Education (NFPE) equivalency programme The NFPE is more intensive and time consuming, and aims to get children aged years into school in order to complete primary education WVM s programme targets those vulnerable children who don t have the time or ability to participate the NFPE programme The NFPE class timetables are also fixed, while the NFE timetables are set by the NFE committees to respond to the needs of children who are often working at certain times of the day WVM s NFE curriculum was developed in and revised after an internal review in The Myanmar context has changed significantly in the last years and as such some parts of the curriculum have been rendered outdated There is also a need to ensure NFE curriculum supports a student centred approach to learning WVM reviewed the curriculum used in the NFE classes in July and August with a new curriculum developed for introduction in The revising process was done in March NFE curriculum covers reading, writing, numeracy and applied life skills and includes a) Teaching Guide for Myanmar language, (b) Teaching Guide for Mathematics, (c) NFE student Workbooks and (Student Primers), and (d) NFE teaching aids Objectives and Deliverables This will be achieved through the following key tasks:1) Briefing of WVM revised NFE key documents:a Teaching Guide for Myanmar languageb Teaching Guide for Mathematicsc NFE student Workbooks and (Student Primers), andd NFE teaching aids2) Leading ToT CCA training and providing guidelines handouts days)

Consulting Opportunity at World Vision International MyanmarWorld Vision International Myanmar (WVM) is looking for National Consultant To lead Child Protection and Advocacy Project End of Program Evaluation The evaluation purpose is to understand the achievement and effectiveness of the Child Protection and Advocacy project model in Myanmar Period of Consultancy: 1st July 31st August 2016Objectives To understand how effectively the CPA Pilot project has been implemented To determine the project s relevance appropriateness in meeting community needs To measure the capacity and empowerment of CPGA and CG in the target area To share specific, reasonable and practicable recommendations focusing keys factors on the project implementation process to ADPs To analyze evaluation data and write evaluation reportBackgroundChild Protection and Advocacy Project have implemented in Mawlmayine Township, Dawei Township and Kyangin in order to respond multi child protection issues through community based child protection and advocacy mechanism During the project implementation, the project focused mainly to build community based child protection and advocacy mechanism Forming child group and build their capacity of to be able to work with Child Protection and Advocacy Groups (CPAG) and to gain skills to meet and dialogue with local authorities as a child delegates Forming CPAG and building their capacity so that they are able to work with child protection partners such as DSW,UN, INGO and Local NGO and facilitate regional or state or township level advocacy meeting CPAGs will link with Township Child Rights Committee (TCRC) in each Target Township in order to build reporting and response mechanisms on child right violations The project supported vulnerable children and their families through family focused intervention Finally, the project built institutional capacity of World Vision Myanmar and partners so as to facilitate effective child protection programming CPA project impact on sustainability will be measured in this project end evaluation Evaluation Methodology Youth surveys will be conducted to collect quantitative data bout youth age groups from target area Focus group discussions will be conducted to collect qualitative data from CPAG groups and Child Groups Key informant interviews will also be used to collect qualitative data with stakeholders, project staff and Township Child Right Committee Document Review will also be used to provide both qualitative and quantitative data Summary of consultant responsibilitiesA national consultant will be hired to lead the evaluation event in country, to train and supervise a team of data collectors and data entry personnel, to conduct analysis and to write up the National Evaluation Report in English The tasks for the consultant to complete are:Familiarisation with project meet with project staff and read key project documents (see Appendix B) day)Participate in Orientation and Training days)Train enumerators to administer surveys days)Train data collectors to conduct FGD and semi structured interviews days)Train data entry staff to use data entry templates days)Lead and supervise data collection, data entry and preliminary qualitative data analysis Days)Conduct data cleaning days)Conduct analysis of quantitative and qualitative data days)Submit electronic data file containing all entered and cleaned data (Excel or SPSS) to project manager to submit to World Vision DME Department Write Draft Evaluation Report synthesising quantitative and qualitative findings and submit by due date days)Receive and incorporate feedback into Final National Evaluation Report days)DeliverablesThe national consultant is responsible for producing the following, which all remain exclusively the intellectual property of World Vision Myanmar: Electronic data file containing all entered and cleaned household survey data (Excel or SPSS format) De identified summaries of all FGD and semi structured interviews Draft Evaluation Report Final Evaluation ReportBACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE Quantitative data collection, entry, cleaning and analysis (multiple response questions,descriptive statistics, cross tabulation, chi square) Qualitative data collection, documentation and analysis Child friendly data collection that ensures participation by children and youth Evaluation report writing synthesizing qualitative and quantitative data into findings thataddress key evaluation questions, developing practical recommendations Training and supervising data collection and data entry personnel Training and supervising a team to collect both qualitative and quantitative data across multiple sites Leading a baseline or evaluation that included both a household survey (of at least households) and qualitative data collection methods

Premi re Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non governmental, non profit, non political and non religious international aid organization Our teams are committed to supporting civilians victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by answering their fundamental needs Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self sufficiency The association leads in average projects by year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery PUI is providing assistance to around million people in countries in Africa, Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe and France Find out about our history and valuesHumanitarian situation and needsMyanmar (formerly known as Burma) was ruled by a military junta for decades The first general election in years was held in This was hailed by the junta as an important step in the transition from military rule to a civilian democracy A civilian government led by President Thein Sein was installed in March Despite this inauspicious start to Myanmar s new post junta phase, a series of reforms in the months since the new government took up office has led to hopes that decades of international isolation could be coming to an end Myanmar still remains one of the poorest country in the world, ranking in the GDP per capita worldwide and in UNDP human development index Although there is a lack of reliable health data, it is commonly agreed that Myanmar has some of the worst health indicators in South East Asia The ethnic areas, that have been off access for decades, are amongst the most vulnerable regions in Myanmar with a very low literacy rate resulting in various challenges such education, health services, livelihood, and food insecurity The largest ethnic group is the Bamar people Bamar dominance over Karen, Shan, Rakhine, Mon, Rohyinga, Chin, Kachin and other minorities has been the source of considerable ethnic tensions and has fuelled intermittent protests and separatist rebellions Military offensives against insurgents have uprooted many thousands of civilians Ceasefire deals signed in late and early with rebels of the Karen and Shan ethnic groups suggested a new determination to end the long running conflicts, as did Chinese brokered talks with Kachin rebels in February Our action in the fieldIn Myanmar, PUI has worked since years with various communities to improve access to primary healthcare and reproductive health services, as well as to promote appropriate practices for health and hygiene in remote areas and among vulnerable groups (mother and children, population at risk or with HIV AIDS) In close collaboration with local health authorities, PUI contributes to develop community health networks, reinforce their capacities and strengthen their integration within the governmental health system Innovative strategies such as mHealth, as well as cultural and conflict sensitive approaches are fostered to leverage the health services provided, overcome barriers that limit access and stimulate demand for services While focusing mainly on health programmes in Myanmar, PUI always looks to develop an integrated approach to address health and its determinants, including water and sanitation, food security and livelihoods, to meet the needs of the most vulnerable There are operational bases in Myanmar, one in Dala, south of Yangon and one in Kayin State The coordination is based in Yangon In Thailand, PUI is the main health service provider for refugees along the border Working in camps with approximately refugees We are responding to the needs of nearly of the total refugee population, with well established programs implemented by teams of refugees under the supervision of professionals Training of health workers is an important dimension of our program We try to maintain the quality of basic primary health services in a context where the demand for health services remains stable while resources are in decline Having a direct service provision strategy, and after years of financial optimization We coordinate with other NGOs for health or as far as health determinants are concerned, with CBOs for prevention and health promotion, and also have relationships with the Thai Ministry of Health for referrals to hospitals, vaccination activities and for vertical programs (TB, HIV AIDS, and Malaria) PUI has offices in Thailand (Bangkok, Umphang and the main base in Mae Sot) PUI Thailand Strategic Plan envisages stronger focus on preparedness activities in the refugee camps towards durable solutions as well as Cross Border activities in South East Mynamar In this sense, the merger of PUI Thailand and Myanmar missions is in progress Each department will have a merger action plan to implement between June and December Up to now, only Thailand mission have had a logistic coordinator, therefore, the action plan of the logistic department is prepared together with Myanmar Head of Mission The new logistic coordinator will have to pursue the new development of the department Click here for more information about our response to the crisisAs part of our activities in Myanmar, we are looking for a Logistics Coordinator The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of all logistics related activities in accordance with PUI s policies and procedures In PUI is beginning to merge the Myanmar and Thailand missions and Logistics Coordinator will be responsible to manage this merger from Logistics view, ensuring continued efficient support to programmes and harmonization as the two logistics departments become one Team Management: Ensuring efficient teams with clearly defined responsibilities and priorities in light of ongoing mergerSupply Chain: Coordinates procurement, storage and deliveries for projects and bases Guarantees compliance with PUI s logistics tools proceduresCoordination: with coordination team members in Yangon, national logistic managers, Paris HQ as well as potential external actors (donors suppliers etc)Operation of bases: Supports teams on logistics activities in field basesFleet: Supports the fleet and drivers management according to PUI s travel procedures on the missionAsset: Coordinates the management and assets and all follow up hereIT: Supervises the implementation, proper functioning of the IT equipment and systems on the missionSecurity: Assists the Country Director in the management of security and ensures the application of plans and policiesTo stay up to date with our new job offers, join our Facebook group My Job In The Field Training and ExperiencesTraining:Education to degree level in procurement supply chain, logistics, management or other related subjectsOther strong educational backgroundProfessional Experiences:Humanitarian Min yearsInternational Min yearTechnical Min yearsKnowledge and Skills:Knowledge of logistics procedures (procurement, stock management, transport )Software:Pack OfficeOther (specify)LanguagesEnglish is mandatoryOther (to be specified)Proposed TermsEmployed with a Fixed Term Contract months (renewable)Starting date: August 2016Monthly gross income: from to Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity Euros per semester seniority with PUICost covered: Round trip transportation to and from home mission, visas, vaccines Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, assistance and repatriationHousingin collective accommodationDaily living Expenses Per diem )Break Policy working days at and monthsPaid Leaves Policy weeks of paid leaves per year return ticket every monthsTo know more about our job offer, look at the complet job description on our website

Team LeaderDemocracy and Governance Assessment, MyanmarThe Mitchell Group, Inc (TMG) is seeking a qualified team leader for an anticipated month Democracy and Governance (DG) assessment in Myanmar This USAID Myanmar DG assessment will inform the development of an update Mission DG strategy and assistance program, utilizing the assisting DG assessment framework The assessment will utilize up to date USAID DG assessment methodology to develop an assessment outlining key structural issues, identifying critical constraints and opportunities, and provide strategic recommendations Team Leader ResponsibilitiesManage a team of local subject matter experts during data collection in the field Conduct initial desk study and assessment design utilizing standard USAID DG assessment methodologyDraft initial assessment of the DG situation in Myanmar, respond to comments from Mission and prepare the final report Serve as primary point of contact between and report to both USAID Myanmar and StakeholdersEnsure efficient performance for all aspects of this contract, overseeing quality control and reporting and interact professionally with senior Mission, embassy and Government of Myanmar officials Required Skills and QualificationsMaster s degree in social and economic development or related field, a PhD is strongly preferred Minimum twelve years of relevant assessment work experience if holder of a master s degree, or eight years of relevant work experience if holder of a PhD Demonstrated USAID DG assessment framework experienceDemonstrated record of successfully supervising local experts and producing high quality analytical reports Strong analytical skills to collect, synthesize and analyze data Knowledge of the democratic governance status in Myanmar Experience working in Myanmar preferred Expertise in quantitative and qualitative methods Strong team management and supervisory skills Experience working with a range of government officials, donors, local NGOs, and academia Fluency in English required, Burmese preferred Demonstrated success in working with a cross cultural team andStrong technical English writing and communication skills

**Posted on:** 2016Desired start date: 2016Duration of the mission: months minimumLocation: Yangon, MyanmarAbout the mission:SI 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) KachinKachin 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 The security situation is very fluid, with regular skirmishes and internal displacements (both on a moderate scale at the moment in Kachin State) Expatriates are not targeted in Kachin and used not to have access to NGCA except through UN convoys RakhineAs a result of inter community violence in Rakhine State that took place in June and October an estimated people were displaced, losing all livelihoods and resources They are now living in over camps spread across most townships of North and central Rakhine States, including rural camps around Sittwe town and sizeable urban camps in the town, and in Pauktaw T S In additional there are a number of small dwellings set up at the vicinity of the IDP camps in Sittwe IDP camps are divided based on race religion Living conditionsSecurity is considered very well in Yangon and in most parts of Myanmar No restrictions for circulation or curfew are in place in Yangon but travel authorizations (TA) must be obtained for travelling to other sites, and to SI main field bases The main tourist sites in Myanmar don t require travel authorisations Money changer and ATMs are available in Yangon, but change of USD is restricted to brand new amp clean notes Starting from the quality of the communication services have improved and the cost has decreased significantly The roaming is very limited in Myanmar and one cannot send SMS outside the country, but the international phone calls are working well Driving in Yangon is reasonably safe, but requires adapting to right driver place into a right hand driving context The climate is hot and wet tropical How the mission is organized :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 and Kachin State Each office is operational with a field coordinator and between colleagues in each About the jobResponsibilitiesThe logistics coordinator pilot logistics activities of the mission to ensure the smooth running of SI programs in the country He ensures the implementation of SI procedures and logistics tools on the mission and ensure their compliance and their proper use He helps define the mission strategy, drafting and design projects necessary means and activities SI He supports the head of mission in the operational safety He is the referent on the mission and the link between headquarters and the mission for any issue related to logistics The Log coordinator has the functional link of Expatriates Log Managers in Rakhine in Kachin) and hierarchy ling with national employees in Yangon Logistic Responsible and Logistic Officer POSITION DU POSTE DANS L ORGANIGRAMME (relations hi rarchiques et fonctionnelles)Line manager: Head of MissionLine report(s) on: Logistics Manager Responsible, Operational Logistics Manager responsible, Supply Manager ResponsibleFunctional manager: Headquarters Logistics ManagerFunctional report(s): LogisticiansYour profileEducation: Must have a bachelor degree in logistics and have occupied a similar position on the field for an international NGO You demonstrate excellent logistics capacity assessment and you hold a strong experience in team management Experience:Minimum years professional work experience as Logistician Coordinator in INGOMinimum year professional work experience in AsiaSignificant experience in an English speaking environmentGeneral technical skills and knowledge:Strong interpersonal, management and leadership skillsAbility to integrate and work well within multiethnic and multicultural teamsAble to quickly understand complex situations and to coordinate logistic department for both emergencies and long term programsExperience in field of supply chain management (procurement, tendering, contracting, clearance, transport, warehousing, etc fleet management and asset management, distribution support Experience of the management of logistics at a coordination level Experience with donor specific procedures (DIFID, ECHO, OFDA, UN agencie)Experience of logistics software solutions (desired) Experience of the management of budgets and the ability to prepare timely, complete and accurate reports Evidence of the ability to plan for, and conduct training in all areas of logistics for national and international staff (suitable to staff knowledge level) Strong negotiation, interpersonal and organization skillsStrong organizational and problem solving skills with analytic approachLanguages: Fluent English (the mission is an English speaking writing mission) Other desirable qualities:Must be very open and respectful of national and international colleagues Show a clear calm, stable, mature and rational personality with a culturally sensitive approachWillingness to work under challenging conditions and physical fitness to live and work in a tropical climateAdvanced computer skillsSense of humour 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 Contact: Anna FRANGI, Recruitment and Follow Up Officer

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

Market Systems and Resilience Assessment (Myanmar, Nepal and Timor Leste)Background:Mercy Corps has begun to explore the link between market systems development and resilience in a number of contexts worldwide Based on the mid term evaluation of the RAIN Program in Uganda, Mercy Corps published its study More than Markets, which showed that substantial, rapid gains in income through increased market access did not translate to increased resilience Rather, the overreliance of communities on a single high value crop that benefited from a temporary boom, may have made the more vulnerable The results also showed that monocrop production increased environmental degradation and rises in income exacerbated gender based violence In East Timor and Nepal, Mercy Corps has also begun to explore how market systems development interventions must be done with a deliberate analysis of environmental and disaster risks, to ensure resilience The PAHAL program in Nepal which takes a market approach to building food security has conducted a strategic resilience analysis to explore where its interventions must be tailored to help households and communities manage a range of shocks and stresses In Myanmar, a strategic resilience assessment was conducted around in the country s Dry Zone, to understand how climate and ecological shocks and stresses affected market opportunities in the area Beyond these examples, the linkages between market systems development and building resilience in Mercy Corps have not been systematically explored, and programs in our region rarely combine the two objectives This is despite a growing portfolio of resilience programs in the East and South Asia Region Existing resilience work primarily focuses on building the capacities of government and local populations to better cope with and recover in the face of natural disasters To reconcile this gap, the ESA Resilience Hub has identified a thought leadership agenda around market development, private sector engagement and resilience As part of its Resilience Strategy, the Hub has proposed to examine how a market systems development approach can best contribute to resilience aims and reduce target communities vulnerability to repeated shocks and stresses PurposeMercy Corps seeks to understand how its market systems development work both contributes to resilience and exacerbates vulnerabilities to economic, environmental, and conflict related shocks To determine this, we need to understand how shocks and stresses affect the actors we work with in market systems and the follow on effects on households We also seek to understand how we can improve our analysis, intervention approach, and iterative management of market systems programs to better support long run economic outcomes for our target groups Our key research questions are:How do shocks and stresses affect the market systems in which we intervene (using a market systems approach) How are market actors affected by shocks and stresses How do our activities affect the ability of market actors to withstand shocks and stresses What factors are most critical for the resilience of market actors in case examples How does our market system affect the resilience of our target households in case examples What aspects of our intervention approach have helped or hindered programs in supporting the resilience of target groups How can market systems approaches be more impactful for resilience, by incorporating analysis of climate, environmental risks, and social considerations Consultant Objectives:Support case study assessment process in one country (Myanmar), including contributing to research design, supporting data collection and team management, and guiding analysis and synthesis of information The first case will be led by the technical lead with support from the consultantLead case study assessment process in two additional countries (Nepal and Timor Leste) In these two countries, the technical lead will provide support Support revisions and evolution of methodology throughout research process Support country team participation and learning throughout case study process Lead write up and editing of all deliverables, including three cases, a synthesis recommendations report, and a report brief with inputs and guidance from other assessment team members Work closely with assessment technical lead throughout assessment process to ensure highest quality outputs Consultant Activities:The Consultant will:Conduct secondary research and review of program documents to:Support identification of programs, geographies, and target market systems for case study researchIdentify key shocks and stresses for target geographies and market systemsDevelop hypotheses on the key resilience capacities for market actors and target beneficiary groupsIdentify opportunities to integrate existing data (including quantitative data) with findings from qualitative research in case study processSupport lead field research including:Planning meetings and workshops with in country teamRefining data collection tools and research approach for each case country contextOverseeing data collection and interrogation of key issues throughout data collection processSupport lead synthesis and analysis of data, including:Consolidating findings from secondary researchDistilling findings from workshops and meetings with in country teamsIf as potentially needed, and depending on expected LOE conducting analysis of existing quantitative data to link into qualitative findingsSynthesizing ideas from live analysis throughout data collection, sourced through debriefs, check ins, etc Consolidation and analysis of qualitative dataLead report writing, including:Drafting report using analysisOverseeing revisions and refining final deliverablesParticipating in drafting and revisions of overarching analysis of themes and recommendations from case studiesConsultant Deliverables:Compiled notes and analysis from secondary research and field workDraft case study reportsEdited finalized case study reports incorporating edits Timeframe Schedule:The consultancy is expected to last from June 15th to September 30th, and include weeks of work The Consultant will report to:MRGE TSUThe Consultant will work closely with:Country teams in Myanmar, Nepal and Timor LesteTSU Senior leadersResilience Director Apply HerePI94164182

Position: Child Protection Program ManagerReports to: Head of Rakhine Response ProgramLocation: Based in Sittwe, Rakhine State with frequent travel to field sites (Myebon, Mrauk U or other locations in Rakhine State)Duration: months (with possibility of extension)About RI: Established in Relief International (RI) is a leading global humanitarian, nonprofit organization committed to transforming adversity into renewal for the world s most vulnerable populations By partnering with communities on the front lines, RI innovatively bridges the gap between immediate relief and long term community development, providing them the tools and support they need to gain self reliance Position SummaryAs Child Protection Program Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and monitoring all child protection activities as part of Relief International s program in Rakhine State Currently the program is implemented in one township, but this is expected to expand over the course of the year As such, you will provide guidance on child protection activities in IDP camps, as well as design and implement awareness and capacity building activities for the surrounding township, including follow up on child protection activities for recently relocated IDP populations You will strengthen the child protection structure within the camps in consultation with camp management and volunteers You will participate actively in the Child Protection and Protection working groups, and liaise closely with UNICEF and UNHCR colleagues as needed You will provide technical input to new proposals and overall RI strategy, particularly with respect to expansion of CP activities in Rakhine State You will design and carry out an implementation plan for CP activities in new areas You will directly manage a team of national staff and build their capacity to carry out the program activities independently, as well as recruit and train the necessary staff to implement RI expansion of CP activities Position duties and responsibilities:Program Management Manage quality project implementation, including allocation of resources and ensuring that appropriate controls are maintained at all levels by working with field staff Ensure all Rakhine projects are completed on time, within budget, and achieve their objectives Provide adequate support to CP programs including, but not limited to, strategic vision and technical input and advice Ensure the proper allocation of resources and maintenance of appropriate controls at all levels with field staff Monitor project implementation, communication, and reporting both internally and externally, in coordination with Head of Rakhine Programs Ensure that you and your team know and follow relevant donor rules and regulations Support the timely delivery of program activities (for example, monitoring against log frames, individual performance management work plans) and oversee delivery of the project objectiveso Lead the CP team s efforts to raise awareness of child protection issues in the host community, and to build the capacity of local authorities to respond to children s needso Integrate Child Friendly Space programming into local schoolso Implement programming aimed at youth, particularly out of school youtho Train parents on improved parenting techniques to prevent instances of child abuse and or neglecto Maintain youth and children s group activities to further engage IDP children outside of school and time at the Children Friendly Spaceo Monitor ongoing activities in the Child Friendly Spaces and Youth centers, carried out by camp based incentive workers, youth facilitators, and or RI national staffo Overseeing case management activities and support with the strengthening of information management and referral systemso Ensure timely referrals and coordination with other child protection agencies Conduct regular visits to the field office project sites to coordinate with field staff and or monitor activities with the donor Team ManagementManage and build the capacity of the Child Protection team tonsure that team members are effective and efficient provide feedback to staff to ensure optimal performance Train and supervise a Case Management Officer who will follow up on individual cases of child abuse, neglect, separation, trafficking, etc Provide technical guidance to the national staff, through coaching and capacity building Promote and organize local staff capacity building and development Identify learning and training opportunities for staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model for less experienced staff Reporting and data management Ensure quality and timely reports to the donors are prepared and submitted in coordination with the Yangon office Maintain linkages with donors and provide, as needed, informal updates Ensure compliance with RI policies and regulations Provide internal program reports and regular situation reports that are timely, professionally written, and meet information requirements as needed by RI and as required by donors External Representation Represent Relief International in relevant Clusters and Sectors in Sittwe Improve strengthen coordination of Relief International s work with the relevant ministries, sectors and other protection agencies Program planning and development Implementation of best practices Provide technical input on child protection to RI short medium and long range strategic plans, in line with RI s program objectives Assess other implementing organizations activities to identify gaps and overlap Ensure coordination with Head of Rakhine Programs to maintain effective communications with Yangon office regarding program development, funding agreements, and staffing Identify opportunities program partnerships with external agencies Provide technical input on child protection in the design of new relevant programs Ensure recognized international best practices and Relief International policies are applied to all RI work with children Provide information and advice to other sectors on ways to integrate child protection in more programs Ensure child protection program products and lessons learned are maintained within the Relief International country program Build staff capacities on child protection in emergencies Backstop other program managers or Head of Rakhine Response, as necessary Requirements: University degree in social work, sociology, law, or other relevant field years of experience in child protection programming Experience in project program management, preferably in a humanitarian context Experience training supervising national staff preferred Experience in case management Fluency in spoken and written English Willingness to work in a challenging environmentDesired qualifications: Previous experience working in Myanmar Southeast Asia Previous experience working on UNICEF programs Knowledge of CPIMS We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities We value: Inclusiveness Transparency and Accountability Agility and Innovation Collaboration Sustainability

Plan International Job Advertisement forReporting OfficerPlan is an international humanitarian, child centred development organisation, implementing programmes that promote the realization and fulfillment of children s rights and the alleviation of child poverty Plan Myanmar is seeking a Reporting Officer to ensure all clear, effective and timely reporting for its development and emergency projects Reports to: Director of Programs and Emergency Response ManagerAssignment Duration: YearClosing date for applications: May at PMJob purpose: The Donor Reporting Officer will support the development of narrative and financial donor reporting, working closely with the Program Managers, Technical Advisors, MER Coordinator at PU level, Finance team, Operations team and the MER team at CO level in ensuring reports, both narrative and financial are compliant to donor requirements and tally, are of high quality and are submitted on time In addition, the Reporting Officer will support with the production of regular information and communications material including sitreps and other internal and external communications updates and materials as required The post holder may also be required to support the Advocacy and Communication teams with reporting as required by the Advocacy, Media amp Communications Manager Qualifications, Skills amp Experience: Fluency in English Language Degree in field related to humanitarian or development program delivery Excellent writing and time management skills Familiarity with SPHERE and INEE and CHS standards and humanitarian principles Understanding of children s rights and gender equality

MONTROSE is an international development project management and consultancy company providing support to clients operating in the developing world Specialised in the sectors of health, education, rural livelihoods and private sector development, our clients include bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other development stakeholders Montrose s Asia Pacific Office, based in Yangon, are seeking to expand our network of high quality consultants for upcoming projects in Myanmar We are specifically seeking individuals with expertise in Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) and Health Service Delivery (HSD), particularly:Governance in healthMonitoring amp Evaluation (M amp E) and health information systemsHealth financing budgeting Health infrastructure supply chainRequirements:Relevant undergraduate (essential) or post graduate (preferred) degreeA minimum of years professional experience in HSS HSD programmesExperience working in relevant technical fields in Myanmar ideally working alongside government ministries of healthExperience of working in fragile conflict affected settingsFull working proficiency in English along with excellent writing and presentation skills (some knowledge of Myanmar language desirable)Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with an ability to work as part of a multi cultural teamSelf motivated and able to work under own initiative with minimal supervision

Country focal person for all Disaster Risk Reduction initiatives Responsible for the preparation of the NRC country emergency Response Plan (REP)Responsible for undertaking analysis of country emergency humanitarian needsContribute to resource mobilization by participating in the preparation verification of concept papers and proposals for on going and possible future emergency response projects (cash and NFI distributions, shelter, WASH, education and CCCM)Collect, compile early warning information on possible disasters (conflicts and natural) to be used for the preparation of ERP, Humanitarian Contingency Plan and disaster risk reduction measuresEnsure adherence to specific international emergencies standards in planning and response Develop partnerships and maintain regular contact, good collaboration and coordination in the humanitarian community, with state authorities to facility access and implementation of the planned activitiesEnsure mainstreaming of gender in humanitarian action to ensuring effective and rights based humanitarian response including camp management and coordination, education, food security, gender based violence, health, livelihoods, non food items, protection, shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene Develop Plans of Action and SoPs to be used in the event of quick on set emergenciesPlan and implement emergency related assessments in NRC operation areas and take part in OCHA or other partners led assessments to identify the damages made by the disasters and needs of the affected peopleIdentify potential local partners with whom emergency interventions could be implemented in the affected communitiesLead the preparation of progress and completion reports of projects and ensure timely submission of the same, and provide the necessary justification to Grants Manager in case of extension of the project lifeMonitoring and evaluation of the project activities and follow up on the compliance with contractual commitments and response standards Represent NRC in internal and external forums on matters related to DRR and humanitarian preparedness and responseManage, train and develop DRR, emergency preparedness and response capacity for NRC Country Office staffs Responsible for project documentation including lessons learned and relevant humanitarian toolsSupervise emergency staff, coordinate their work and evaluate their performance

Duty station: Yangon, MyanmarPosition title: Finance and Administration Manager, JPF Technical Secretariat FINH Reporting to: Deputy Director, JPF Technical SecretariatDuration: years (with possibility of extension)Background:The Joint Peace Fund (JPF) was established in late as a multi donor trust fund to support national efforts to achieve a final and lasting settlement of ethnic armed conflict in Myanmar In working towards this goal, the JPF will deliver coordinated international financial and technical assistance to the Myanmar peace process The parties to the peace process, including the political dialogue, and the donors to the fund shall be the JPF s principle stakeholders and participate in its governance and management A Technical Secretariat has been established to manage the JPF The Technical Secretariat shall have overall responsibility for JPF programme operations, and for providing analysis, advice and support to the JPF s governance bodies (including a High Level Committee, a Fund Board and State Level Working Groups) The primary responsibility of the Technical Secretariat will be to solicit, receive and support the development of project proposals within the JPF s priority areas The Nordic International Support Foundation (NIS) has been contracted to manage the Technical Secretariat NIS is a Norwegian registered, non profit foundation engaged in stabilisation and reconciliation initiatives in conflict and post conflict areas NIS primary areas of intervention are institutional development, public service delivery, and conflict resolution Responsibilities:The Finance and Administration Manager is responsible for the daily management of all office and administrative routines and procedures, and manage all financial matters related to the functioning and project activities of the Technical Secretariat, excluding those related to the specific financial management roles of the JPF trustee Direct responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:Responsible for the daily administrative running of the office, including all service agreements Develop, implement and maintain internal administration routines and systems, and office policies, in close contact with the Director and the HR and Logistics Officer Maintain budget control and monitor cash flows of all JPF Technical Secretariat office and staff related costs according to NIS relevant handbooks and procedures, as well as donor requirements Responsible for the timely delivery of internal and external finance reports, as per donor and internal requirments, in collaboration with NIS Oslo staff Develop and implement financial systems, routines and procedures for JPF Technical Secretariat office and JPF Technical Secretariat funded activities, together with JPF Technical Secretariat Director and Financial Controller in NIS Oslo Maintenance of overall budget control and monitor cash flows in all fund activities projects according to TCM procedures and donor requirements As needed, provide training and support to IPs in financial management and control of projects, entailing close communication on budgetary, contractual and accounting issues, thereby ensuring proper financial control of projects and capacity building of local stakeholder organisations, and conduct quality control of project finance reports Assist the HR and Logistics Officer with personnel administration as required, including management of salary, contracts, insurances and other, in collaboration with relevant Oslo staff Uphold frequent contact with key NIS staff in Oslo, such as the Financial Controller, Administrative Coordinator and Programme Advisor Ensure donor and auditor compliance and adherence to policies and regulations set by the JPF, as well as NIS Financial and Logistics handbook, and the NIS Anti Corruption Guidelines Ensure all project applications and agreements between the JPF Technical Secretariat and project partners are properly filed, and ensure (in cooperation with TCM and NIS HQ) record keeping of all payments to project partners from UNOPS Ensure all project partners adhere to the JPF Logistics and Administrative procedures Ensure regular and thorough assessment and mitigation of financial risks pertaining to secretariat operations and all projects, together with JPF Technical Secretariat staff Implementation of and adherence to anti corruption policy, in all funded activities and within the JPFTS Oversee office maintenance and the maintenance of office equipment and stationary Qualifications Experience:University degree in financial controlling, MBA, accounting or equivalent Minimum ten years professional experience as Financial and Administrative Manager, Financial Controller or equivalent, preferably in an international humanitarian development organization, with a donor organisation or the private sector Minimum ten years of experience with financial management, including conducting payments, budget development and follow up accounting, financial reporting and setting up and overseeing procurement processes Minimum five years relevant experience within administration, office management, IT or similar Must be executive and hands on in establishing, documenting and deploying financial and administrative systems adequate to the size and scope of the JPF, and sensitive to rapid scaling up in response to peace process requirements Demonstrated track record in budget development and monitoring, financial control and financial reporting, in adherence with set requirements Strong communication skills, and ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds Strong IT skills and experience with programming, and knowledge of computer software, including all Microsoft Office programs Clear and concise written and spoken English Fluency in written and spoken Myanmar preferred Demonstrated experience in transitional environments, ideally with strong contextual understanding of the conflict history and the current peace and political process in Myanmar

Duty station: Yangon, MyanmarPosition title: Head of Communications, JPF Technical Secretariat COMH Reporting to: Director, JPF Technical SecretariatDuration: years (with possibility of extension)Background:The Joint Peace Fund (JPF) was established in late as a multi donor trust fund to support national efforts to achieve a final and lasting settlement of ethnic armed conflict in Myanmar In working towards this goal, the JPF will deliver coordinated international financial and technical assistance to the Myanmar peace process The parties to the peace process, including the political dialogue, and the donors to the fund shall be the JPF s principle stakeholders and participate in its governance and management A Technical Secretariat has been established to manage the JPF The Technical Secretariat shall have overall responsibility for JPF programme operations, and for providing analysis, advice and support to the JPF s governance bodies (including a High Level Committee, a Fund Board and State Level Working Groups) The primary responsibility of the Technical Secretariat will be to solicit, receive and support the development of project proposals within the JPF s priority areas The Nordic International Support Foundation (NIS) has been contracted to manage the Technical Secretariat NIS is a Norwegian registered, non profit foundation engaged in stabilisation and reconciliation initiatives in conflict and post conflict areas NIS primary areas of intervention are institutional development, public service delivery, and conflict resolution Responsibilities:The Head of Communications is responsible for the overall delivery of the JPF strategic communications plan, including to continuously analyse and redefine the messaging and tools for communication, all the while ensuring that JPF communication is dynamic, impactful, concise and sensitive to the Myanmar context Direct responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:Responsible for the delivery of JPF strategic communication to a range of recipients, including stakeholders to the fund, government, donors, ethnic armed organisations, international and national organisations and civil society, and the wider national and international public Lead the development of messaging and the provision of content for all JPF external communication Ensure consistency in all communications of the JPF, as well as regularly consult stakeholders to the fund in order to adjust information tools and procedures, and messaging Manage the JPF website, ensuring it is a responsive and user friendly site for information to fund recipients, JPF stakeholders, and the public Ensure visual communication of key information is part of all relevant JPF documents, including information briefs, progress reports, website etc Support the M amp E Manager in developing a strategy and tools for informing local and international organisations about JPF, programme areas and application procedures and requirements, and with the development of comprehensive, highly visual reporting formats Contribute to communication capacity building of fund recipients, including developing training programs and guidelines to support and ensure partners are able to detect, shape and tell their stories of social change and ensure these stories are further incorporated to wider JPF communications Strive to ensure that all external communications install and reinforce transparency of the JPF activities Ensure that international best practice, guidelines and agreements in peacebuilding, such as the Busan principles on development effectiveness and the principle of Do No Harm, are informing JPF communications and information tools, procedures and principles Support the Director and Deputy Director in strategic and concise communication with stakeholders to the fund and to the peace process at large Support the Director and Deputy Director in ensuring effective response to donor requests and requirements including liaising with donors when necessary Carry out other duties of temporary or permanent character within the organisation, when necessary Qualifications Experience:University degree, in a relevant discipline, such as communications, public relations, web design, visual communications, marketing, or the like Other training or degrees, such as in international relations, development or peace and conflict studies, can be considered if the candidate demonstrates sufficient experience and high quality results in the position specific tasks Minimum of fifteen years of professional experience in the field of communications or public relations, especially from international relations, funds, state or private donors, or organisations such as NGOs Minimum of five years specific experience in the field of organisation communication, including in particular gender responsive communications, visual communication, film and web design Familiarity with the Myanmar political and economic reform process and conflict context, as well as gender responsive and conflict sensitive approaches Demonstrated experience with communications work in transition post conflict environments Excellent computer and web design skills and demonstrated ability to effectively and creatively make use of visual communication technology and presentation Demonstrated success in implementing demanding program projects and communications strategies in complex settings, communicating with and targeting a variety of stakeholders, and with supervising and supporting colleagues and partners in similar tasks Clear and concise written and spoken English

TERMS OF REFERENCE for AUDITFor the conduct of External Audit of the Project Education in CCDRR Strengthening Children s Voices in Promoting Safe Schools I Background of the projectThe Strengthening Children Voice in promoting Safe School Myanmar, the project will be implemented in Taungup Township Cyclone is the main hazard faced by Taungup Township, second is flooding and sometimes fire hazard and few landslides The key target group will be children aged attending Middle schools and ECCD centers, and the teachers And School Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) comprised by task forces which are formed together with village elders, parents, children and school teachers will be benefitted from this project Children with disables and gender will be addressed disaggregated And other community based organizations and groups in the community like parent and teacher association will be benefitted by the project School process into ECCD centers in pilot activities that are being implemented in the same target areas Recognizing that ECCD centers, as a pre school or kindergarten, require the same forms of support for preparedness and contingency planning, there is the opportunity for replicating school based activities to ensure the safety and access to learning for children aged The project title is Phase Education in CCDRR Strengthening Children s Voices in Promoting Safe Schools The principle objective of the project is Children in the most at risk communities in Myanmar are more resilient to disasters and have a safe and secure learning environment There are four expected outcomes to be achieved by the project:Outcome To promote a culture of school safety and resilience in Myanmar by enforcing the application of safe school guideline at all levelsOutcome To embed the participation of children in establishment of safe schools in target communitiesOutcome To Establish and sharing best practices of safe school modelOutcome To build the capacity of civil society organizations to networking and leading in developing, monitoring DRR and Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan (EPRP)Objectives and scope of the AuditPlan Myanmar wishes to engage the services of an audit firm for the purpose of auditing the project in accordance with our agreement with Plan Sweden The audit shall be carried out in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (ISA and shall be carried out by an external, independent and qualified auditor certified by a member body of IFAC (Certified Public Accountant Authorized Public Accountant) Audit shall cover the project s financial report for the period Jan to June of Plan and Partner (Lanthit Foundation) and express an audit opinion according to ISA on whether it is in accordance with accounting records of Plan Myanmar and Plan Sweden s instructions (attachment for projects within the Sida SNO framework agreement Examine, assess and report on compliance with the terms and conditions of the agreement and applicable Country Office national laws and regulations The audit shall be carried out in accordance with International Audit and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) see Plan Sweden s Audit Instructions, Annex IV The pre given format for audit from Sida shall be used Report the audit findings made during the audit process in a management letter that describes the purpose and the agreed upon procedures of the engagement to understand the nature and extent of the work performed II Contents of ReportA statement confirming that the audit was performed in accordance with international standards for (ISA auditing Auditor certifies the consolidated financial report of the organization comprising the whole project and all partners involved if any Independent Auditor s report and opinionFactual findings according to ISRS 4400The responsible auditor s signature and title and an assurance regarding the auditor s qualifications III Audit periodThe audit shall commence on 1st week of July IV Submission of audit reportThe Auditor shall submit an auditor s report and opinion amp report of factual findings written in English, in six copies and digitally, to Plan Myanmar no later than First draft: 5th August 2016Final report: 12th August 2016V Audit SiteThe audit shall be conducted at the Country Office of Plan Myanmar and Lanthitt Foundation Office in Yangon Visit to the field maybe required if needed Attachment Plan SwedenAudit instructions for projects within the Sida framework agreementFinancial reports, including transfer of funds to subsequent link, must be audited in accordancewith guidelines below There shall be an unbroken chain of Auditor s Reports and Reports ofFactual Findings down to, and including, the final organisation local partner in receipt of thegrant This means that, if funds have been transferred to another organisation (such as a localsub granted partner, i e a separate legal entity to which grant funds are channelled directly viathe country office regional office or a partner), these funds shall also be subject to an audit byan external auditor An audit shall only be made of organisations that record costs in theiraccounts and submit reports in accordance with an agreement This means that organisationsthat receive advances and then account for these advances with receipts are not audited At all levels, the audit must be conducted according to these instructions The basic principlefor division of responsibilities between the organisation and the auditor is that an auditor onlyexpresses an opinion on the organisation s he audits and not on organisations in subsequentlinks in the chain The auditor only expresses an opinion on the audited organisation s controlof the audit of organisations subsequently in receipt of the grant, not on the audit(s) of theorganisation(s) as such Checks of audits in subsequent links in the chain are extremely important and the responsibilityfor performing controls of this type rests with the audited organisation Independent Auditor sreports for partners are not to be submitted to Plan Sweden An organisation has theresponsibility for audits in subsequent links in the chain and the organisation s auditorexpresses an opinion on the organisation s internal controls of audits in subsequent links in thechain The same principle also applies in cases where the chain has more links than in the figurebelow Organisations at all levels report upwards to the organisation from which they have receivedthe grant, with separate auditor s report Each link has the responsibility for controls of auditfor the previous link according to the following:Assessment of auditor (external, independent, qualified)Control of independent auditor s reportAssessment of the auditor s report as well as any actions required, that should bereported upward in the chain In cases where several sub granted partners implements one project together with Plan andreceives a smaller grant (up to USD), the audit can be based on a sample selection ofthe such sub granted partner organisations Case The project is implemented by Plan together with one or several sub grantedpartner s that according to each agreement will receive more than USD of the granteach In this case full audit is required for all organisations (i e separate Auditor s reports andReport of Factual Findings) Case The project is implemented by Plan together with five sub granted partners asfollows:Partner USD total grant according to an agreement for the project periodPartner USD total grant according to an agreement for the project periodPartner USD total grant according to an agreement for the project periodPartner USD total grant according to an agreement for the project periodPartner USD total grant according to an agreement for the project periodThe audit of partners and is based on a sample selection (grant is below USD The other organisations will be subject to complete audits as in case Case Contracted partner: E g research institutes, academics, professional groups,consultants other CSOs that are contracted for a specific activity or service (e g workshop,research) No audit is needed but Plans internal procurement policies and procedures MUSTbe used The audit shall be conducted by an external, independent and qualified auditor certified bya member body of IFAC The same auditor may conduct the audit in all subsequent linkslocally, but each link may also use different auditors The audit shall be reported according tothe following two formats in Appendix and of this document, which includes an auditopinion in the submitted Independent Auditor s report, and a Report on Factual Findingsfor agreed upon procedures The audit performed is a financial audit and the auditor is notexpected to express and opinion on effects and results of a project The audit shall result in either two reports from the auditor or one report with two parts:Independent Auditor s reportThe auditor shall audit the projects programmes in accordance with (International Standardson Auditing) ISA Special Considerations Audits of Financial Statements Prepared inAccordance with Special Purpose Frameworks and or ISA Special considerations Auditsof single financial statements and specific elements, accounts or items of a financial statement The auditor shall submit an Independent Auditor s report including an audit opinion Seeformat for an Independent Auditor s report, appendix It is of great importance that theaudit has been conducted according to International Standards on Auditing and that this isclearly stated under basis of opinion Report of Factual FindingsThe auditor shall also, attached to the Independent Auditor s report, submit a Report of FactualFindings according to ISRS The Report of Factual Findings shall include factual findingsfor each of the following procedures:Examine if the financial reporting has been done in accordance with the existing agreementwith Plan Sweden and Sida (All material deviations are to be reported):Examine if the project programme has been carried out according to the agreement If applicable, examine if an audit according to the audit instructions from Plan Swedenhas been performed in all cases where funds have been transferred to anotherimplementing party Highlight significant findings from the report done by the localauditor If there are no significant findings, please state this Examine if the funds have been transferred through a bank account to any otherimplementing party Examine if the organisation has signed agreements with the organisations to which itchannels funds where, if applicable, the audit requirements has been passed on Examine if the organisation has procurement regulations which have been followed Examine if the organisation has an internal control system in place that is sufficient forthe carrying out and reporting of the project, in accordance with the agreement See example and format for a Report of Factual Findings, appendix All reports may be submitted to Plan Sweden in any of the following languages: English,French or Spanish Appendix 1Illustration of Independent Auditor s ReportINDEPENDENT AUDITOR S REPORTTo Appropriate Addressee We have audited the financial report for the project PROJECT NAME (PROJECT NO) for the periodDD MONTH 20YY DD MONTH 20YY, indicating total costs of CURRENCY AMOUNT The financialreport has been prepared by Project Management according to the agreement with Sida and PlanSweden dated DD MONTH 20YY and on the basis of the instruction for financial reporting shall beadapted to current project Project Management s responsibility for the financial reportProject Management is responsible for the preparation of a financial report according to the abovementioned agreement and for such internal control as Project Management determines is necessary to prepare a financial report which is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error Auditor s responsibilityOur responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit We haveconducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (with the application ofISA and in our view the applicable parts of the agreement between ORG and Plan Sweden This standard requires that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit toobtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial report is free from material misstatement An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial report The procedures selected depend on the auditor s judgment, including theassessment of the risks of material misstatement in the financial report, whether due to fraud or error In making this risk assessment, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the organisation spreparation and fair presentation of the financial report in order to design audit procedures that areappropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the organisation s internal control An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by Project Management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion OpinionIn our opinion, the financial report is, in all material respects, consistent with the organisation saccounts, and has, in all material respects, been prepared in accordance with the agreement between ORG and Plan Sweden Basis of Accounting and Restriction on DistributionWithout modifying our opinion, we would like to draw attention to the fact that the financial report has been prepared according to the agreement between ORG and Plan Sweden The financial report is prepared to assist ORG to meet the requirements of Plan Sweden As a result, the financial report may not be suitable for any other purpose Our report is intended solely for ORG and Plan Sweden as well as Sida and should not be distributed to parties other than ORG and Plan Sweden or Sida Other mattersUnder the terms of the Terms of Reference, we have also submitted a Report of Factual findings Date of the auditor s report Auditor s signature First name Last name Title of auditor Address Appendix 2Template according to ISRS for Engagement to perform Agreed upon Proceduresregarding financial informationREPORT OF FACTUAL FINDINGSTo the management of organisation Name We have performed the agreed upon procedures as specified below concerning the enclosed financial report to Plan International concerning project number Plan GAD FAD no for the time period DD MMMM YYYY to DD MMMM YYYY showing total expenditure of currency amount Ourengagement was performed in accordance with the International Standard on Related Servicesapplicable to agreed upon procedures engagements, ISRS The procedures were performedsolely to assist you in your commitment towards Plan International regarding the provision of a report on how funds from Sida have been used and are summarised as follows:We have examined if the project programme has been carried out according to the agreement We have examined if an audit according to the audit instructions from Plan Sweden has beenperformed in all cases where funds have been transferred to another implementing party We have examined if the funds have been transferred through a bank account to any otherimplementing party We have examined if the organisation has signed agreements with the organisations to which itchannels funds where the audit requirements has been passed on We have examined if organisation has procurement regulations which have been followed We have examined if the organisation has an internal control system in place that is sufficientfor the carrying out and reporting of the project, in accordance with the agreement Outcome and significant observationsWe report our findings below:1 NB In cases where observations have been made or if there are uncertainties regarding any of theitems, a detailed description of the observation or uncertainty shall be provided Our report is solely for the purpose set forth in the first paragraph of this report and for yourinformation and is not to be used for any other purpose or to be distributed to any other parties thanPlan International and Sida This report relates only to the financial report specified above Date and place First name Last name Title of auditor Address age

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

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