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Democracy Building; Governance; Legal Reform; & Foreign Policy Jobs


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NETWORK MONITORING & EVALUATION OFFICER
NAIROBI

The EAGLE Network is recruiting for a Network Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, a position in the forefront of fighting corruption and wildlife crime in Africa. The EAGLE Network is looking for professionals with some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa. We are looking for individuals with strong personal engagement and internal motivation to effect change in Africa through activism, fighting wildlife crime and corruption. The four permanent positions - Monitoring & Evaluation, Financial, Investigations Support and Organizational Development officers form a newly created Central Coordination Unit. Positions are based in Nairobi with frequent long missions in Central and West Africa. Salaries are modest. The EAGLE Network operates in 8 African countries where it carries wildlife law enforcement operations that brought more than 1,000 traffickers to prison. ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS FOR APPLICANTS: Ability to adapt to pressure and stress; Strong ability to think creatively and outside of the box; Self-sufficient, independent and able to travel alone in new regions; Strong resilience and perseverance until results are achieved; Experience in volunteering and strong personal value system and non-conformism; Some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa and outside it, liking diversity; Strong desire to effect change in society; Ability to speak French and English. Description of the position: The M&E Officer is a permanent position in the Central Coordination Unit. His/her monitoring and validation is both monthly and ad-hoc with missions to Member operations as required. Technical and financial inspections are linked because they are used to check the progress and efficiency of activities based on agreed budgets and expenditure incurred. On a monthly basis the M&E Officer is to review and verify the Enforcement Results Report and a summary of results for the Network report. The information and targets to be included in the reports are details on circumstances, names of arrested and prosecuted individuals, corruption incidents and suspicions, analysis of causes, reasons for lack of results and photos. Specifically, the M&E Officer is to check procedures and results of the Enforcement Model: Investigation: investigations undertaken and evidence collected; Target: five (5) investigations per week; Arrests: number of arrests and details; Target: one (1) significant trafficker arrested per week; Prosecution: number of court hearings followed, number of prosecutions tracked, detentions, court decisions. Target: 100% detention, imprisonment prosecutions rate; Media: number of media items produced, distributed and recorded, connected to a specific enforcement result. Target: one (1) media item per day produced, distributed and recorded. v. External Relations: actions being taken to foster relations with government, diplomatic and the NGO community in order to build leverage for effective enforcement and legitimacy to the EAGLE model. Target: details of meetings taken and their conclusions. v. Management - actions taken to build local personnel capacity and foster activism. Target: A healthy team is determined by Network Organizational Development Officer. Summary Results for Network Report: containing the indicators of the Activity and Enforcement Results report. In addition to the above the M&E Officer is to check and verify the following: Monthly program activity report is sent to the CCU by the 7th and online by the 15th of the following month and include all indicators outlined above. Investigations reports completed and included in monthly activity report. Arrest operation reports are counted and filed into the Internal Control System immediately. Trial reports are immediately filed. Media and legal files are continually updated and backed up each day. The Internal Control System is continually up-to-date and is backed up the 1st working day each month. Additional duties are: Check adherence to systems and procedures being followed, e.g., case tracking. Improving systems and procedures on a cyclical basis. Document shortcomings, inconsistencies, lack of results, quality gaps, reporting delays and consistently repeated errors. Then following the procedure as required, specified in document "Reporting & Verification Procedure." Compare any failings in the Internal Control Systems. Develop a summary table of criteria and measurable indicators as required to facilitate technical inspections. Undertake Inspection Missions as required to inspect, rectify and improve the performance of the Network Member, including producing a report with recommendations and follow up support required. TO APPLY: More information - www.laga-enforcement.org. Are you interested? Contact activism@laga- enforcement.org

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NETWORK INVESTIGATIONS SUPPORT OFFICER
NAIROBI

The EAGLE Network is recruiting for a Network Investigations Support Officer, a position in the forefront of fighting corruption and wildlife crime in Africa. The EAGLE Network is looking for professionals with some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa. We are looking for individuals with strong personal engagement and internal motivation to effect change in Africa through activism, fighting wildlife crime and corruption. The four permanent positions - Monitoring & Evaluation, Financial, Investigations Support and Organizational Development officers form a newly created Central Coordination Unit. Positions are based in Nairobi with frequent long missions in Central and West Africa. Salaries are modest. The EAGLE Network operates in 8 African countries where it carries wildlife law enforcement operations that brought more than 1,000 traffickers to prison. ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS FOR APPLICANTS: Ability to adapt to pressure and stress; Strong ability to think creatively and outside of the box; Self-sufficient, independent and able to travel alone in new regions; Strong resilience and perseverance until results are achieved; Experience in volunteering and strong personal value system and non-conformism; Some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa and outside it, liking diversity; Strong desire to effect change in society; Ability to speak French and English. Description of the position: The Network Investigations Support Officer is a permanent position in the Central Coordination Unit. His/her role is to elevate the investigations level in each project, develop new investigation methods and serve as a back office to support live investigations. He/she observes gaps in projects' investigation levels and supports a solution in hiring procedures stimulated, investigator exchange etc. The Network Investigations Support Officer is in charge of safety and security of investigators, in each investigation and arrest operation across the entire network. Safety and security of investigators; Elevating quality of investigations across the network; Innovation in investigation methods; Ensure members adhere to the Operational Procedures Manual investigation methods; Issue new procedures in Operational Procedures Manual and ensure assimilation; Intelligence centralization; Open source internet investigations; Ensure appropriate investigation equipment is available for each member; Direct training in-country; Back-office real-time support for live investigations; Daily advise and trouble-shooting for members; Coaching and backstopping for members; Identifying gaps in member projects and supporting solutions; Coordinating exchange of investigators; Developing foreign investigators solutions for in-country work with members; Initiate and support High Value Targets investigations; Ensure effective communication with other investigating bodies (private, NGO and governments). TO APPLY: More information - www.laga-enforcement.org. Are you interested? Contact activism@laga-enforcement.org

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NETWORK ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
NAIROBI

The EAGLE Network is recruiting for a Network Organizational Development Officer, a position in the forefront of fighting corruption and wildlife crime in Africa. The EAGLE Network is looking for professionals with some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa. We are looking for individuals with strong personal engagement and internal motivation to effect change in Africa through activism, fighting wildlife crime and corruption. The four permanent positions - Monitoring & Evaluation, Financial, Investigations Support and Organizational Development officers form a newly created Central Coordination Unit. Positions are based in Nairobi with frequent long missions in Central and West Africa. Salaries are modest. The EAGLE Network operates in 8 African countries where it carries wildlife law enforcement operations that brought more than 1,000 traffickers to prison. ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS FOR APPLICANTS: Ability to adapt to pressure and stress; Strong ability to think creatively and outside of the box; Self-sufficient, independent and able to travel alone in new regions; Strong resilience and perseverance until results are achieved; Experience in volunteering and strong personal value system and non-conformism; Some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa and outside it, liking diversity; Strong desire to effect change in society; Ability to speak French and English. Description of the position: The Organizational Development Officer is a proactive role, which is designed to support the Network Members and the EAGLE Network to succeed. It is responsible for identifying and leading organizational development needs, undertaking personnel development both within the Network Members and across the Network and spearheading innovative initiatives that will enable the EAGLE Network, to be successful in its mission to foster activism and take forward the fight against corruption. Specifically the duties of the Organizational Development Officer are: Proactively identify performance challenges and organizational development needs in Network Members and develop mechanisms and programs to enable Network Members to operate effectively and ensure ongoing execution of the EAGLE Program Model. Proactively identify training, mentoring and personal and professional development needs of a Network Member, Country Coordinator and Super-Volunteers, to enable them to operate effectively in their roles. Support the EAGLE Network in the selection and development of high potential people, e.g., super-volunteers for crucial positions in the Network Members. Develop and operate a system that supports cross-border mobility of those people. Based on best practices, develop toolkits and standards for Network Members to aid them undertake their work. Help to prevent crises at an early stage on the basis of constant overall monitoring of Network Members and some type of Traffic Light system, as well as permanent contact with crucial Network Member stakeholders. In case of crises, support CC through personal attendance and the use of best practice intervention tools. Spearhead innovative initiatives that will foster activism and take forward the fight against corruption. TO APPLY: More information - www.laga-enforcement.org. Are you interested? Contact activism@laga- enforcement.org

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USPSC GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, HEALTH (MULTIPLE POSITIONS)
WORLDWIDE

The Office of Crisis Surge Support Staff (CS3) is hiring General Development Officers, Health (Solicitation Number: SOL-CS3-15-000002) who will be U.S. Personal Services Contractors (USPSCs) on intermittent contracts providing support when changed circumstances in a country necessitate an increase in staffing or additional specialized skills. The USPSCs will be a part of CS3's "Firehouse" and those serving in the Firehouse must be prepared to work abroad in USAID missions and embassies, often with little time for preparations. Deployments can be for any period of time from 2 months to almost a full year. This position calls for an experienced professional with the presence, knowledge and the leadership skills to serve for the Office of Crisis Surge Support Staff at select USAID Missions abroad. The General Development Officer, Health will support USAID missions overseas in the design, development and management of mission programs in global health. He/she may oversee and support a wide range of health development programs in various locations and at various levels of government. The incumbent must also have the flexibility and experience to oversee program design, development and management by local and/or international technical expertise. The General Development Officer, Health may be called upon to develop strategies, analytical models and/or methodologies to contribute to mission planning. The General Development Officer, Health may also lead evaluations of existing or completed programs and oversee project modifications, re-design or closeout. The General Development Officer, Health performs under general administrative discretion with wide latitude for the exercise of independent judgment. He/she will have formal decision making authority in health program areas. Education & Experience REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree with a minimum eleven years of progressively responsible experience pertinent to the health development field, including, but not limited to Public Health or other relevant field, including public policy, health sciences, health administration of which a minimum of nine years must consist of recent program/ project management experience with a USG foreign affairs, Missions, international assistance organizations, or non-governmental organizations, in international development. Minimum of five (5) years of overseas field experience preferably in health, development or crisis contexts. Fluency in Arabic, French, Spanish, or Russian is preferred but not required. OR Master's degree with significant study pertinent to the health fields, including, but not limited to Public Health or other relevant field, including public policy, health sciences, health administration AND a minimum of nine (9) years of progressively responsible experience of which a minimum six (6) years must consist of recent program/ project management experience with a USG foreign affairs, Missions, international assistance organizations, or non- governmental organizations, in international development. Minimum of five (5) years of overseas field experience preferably in health, development or crisis contexts. Fluency in Arabic, French, Spanish or Russian is preferred but not required. TO APPLY: 1. Complete resume. In order to fully evaluate your application, your resume must include: (a) All full time paid positions, job title, location(s), and dates held (month/ year), for each position. Dates (month/ year) and locations for all overseas field experience must also be detailed. Please specify unpaid or part time work. Unless stated otherwise, part- time hours will be prorated at 20 hours worked per week. Unpaid, part-time and any experience that does not include dates (month/ year) and locations will not be counted towards meeting the solicitation requirements. (b) Specific duties performed that fully detail the level and complexity of the work. (c) Names and contact information (phone and email) for all supervisors within the last 10 years. (d) Education and any other qualifications including job-related training courses, job-related skills, or job-related honors, awards or accomplishments. (e) Country of Citizenship. 2 A one-page narrative demonstrating how you are qualified for the position. The narrative should take into consideration the selection criteria, describing your experience, training, education and/or awards you have received that are relevant to the position. If the narrative exceeds one page the additional pages will NOT be reviewed or evaluated. Additional documents submitted will not be accepted. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Your complete resume and one page narrative addressing the selection criteria must be mailed, delivered, faxed, or emailed to: 529 14th Street, NW, Suite 807, Washington, DC 20045, E-Mail Address: azapletal@usaid.gov, Facs璥ile: (202) 567- 5297. Closing date: 12/20/14.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
THE NETHERLANDS

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons seeks a Public Information Officer (P-3) in The Netherlands. Duties: Assist in the co-ordinating of the implementation of public diplomacy activities with States Parties, the chemical industry and relevant professional, academic and civil society groups to increase their awareness of, and support for, the OPCW and Chemical Weapons Convention. REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in international relations, security studies, journalism, mass communications or related fields. A minimum of five years of professional-level experience in communications, public relations and/or public diplomacy with international and private sector organizations, policy institutes or NGOs, preferably in the sphere of arms control and international peace and security. Please apply online at https://www.opcw.org/PHFOnline/Welcome.aspx. Closing date: 12/5/14. Vacancy no: E-ERD/MPB/PIO/F0705/P-3/43/10-14

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DEPUTY CHIEF, RULE OF LAW UNIT
WARSAW

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe has posted an opening for a Deputy Chief, Rule of Law Unit (P-3) in Warsaw. The incumbent will provide expert advice with respect to rule of law and human dimension issues and contribute to the development of programmes and policy options, including the development and implementation of rule of law projects. REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in law; Strong knowledge of public international law, constitutional law and comparative legal systems; knowledge of human rights and democracy-building issues; A minimum of six years of professional work experience in law, rule of law development or public administration, including at least three years of experience specifically in rule of law development in a country in transition to democracy. TO APPLY: Please apply online at http://www.osce.org/employment/13108.html. Closing date: 12/11/14. Vacancy no: VNODIP00508

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GRASSROOTS ORGANIZER
REMOTE

Church World Service has posted an opening for a Grassroots Organizer. The main responsibilities will be to develop effective grassroots organizing and education efforts as directed by CWS advocacy priorities at the local, state and federal levels. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree or higher in related field. A minimum of three years' experience in grassroots and community organizing, social justice work, immigrant and refugee rights, and/or campaigning. Familiarity with immigration and refugee issues and international humanitarian assistance. Experience working with immigrants and refugees on community projects. Must have experience conducting trainings and developing resources, planning events, managing a budget and working with partners from diverse faith traditions, immigrant and human rights organizations, and service providers. For more information and to apply please go to www.churchworldservice.org

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LEGAL OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

The Food and Agriculture Organization has posted an opening for a Legal Officer (P-3) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Duties: Conducts extensive legal research and analysis and prepares studies in international, public, private, administrative and/or development law, comparative studies, briefs, reports and correspondence; Undertakes extensive review of legal documents, instruments, or other material. REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in Law. Five years of relevant legal experience in the field of food and agriculture, natural resources or development law. Working knowledge of English and French. TO APPLY: visit the iRecruitment website at http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment-access/en/ and complete the on-line application. Closing date: 12/4/14. Vacancy no: IRC2654.

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DEPUTY CHIEF OF PARTY, RWANDA - IMPROVED SERVICES FOR VULNERABLE POPULATIONS (ISVP) PROGRAM
KIGALI, RWANDA

Pact seeks a Deputy Chief of Party for the proposed USAID-funded five-year Rwanda Improved Services for Vulnerable Populations (ISVP) Activity to improve and sustain the health and social wellbeing of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), their households, and communities in Rwanda. This position is contingent upon award. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the DCOP will be responsible for technical leadership of the program and managing a team of senior staff and sub-partners and ensure quality, timeliness, and efficiency of all products and activities generated under the project. Key Responsibilities: Coordinate technical activities and provide direction, feedback and support to ensure success; as applicable, supervise a local program team in their day-to-day operations. Provide input into and assure that all donor reporting requirements on program impact are met and assist implementing partners/ grantees in setting up reporting and tracking systems to provide such information in an efficient and timely manner. Ensure effective coordination and communication between each partner organization. Ensure high quality program delivery and the cost-effective use of Pact and USAID resources. Ensure provision of management support and technical assistance to grantees on program design, budget/ work plan development, and M&E planning. Provide regular written/ oral program progress updates, as requested. Establish and manage Pact's local technical training activities. Ensure that the most up-to-date information regarding the programs or initiatives shared via a range of mechanisms: including reports, newsletters, and the Internet. Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the COP. Basic REQUIREMENTS: A Master's degree or higher training in management, public health, development studies, social/ behavioral sciences, or in a closely related field is required. At least five years of experience as a Deputy Director or senior manager of health or HIV/AIDS care, support, and prevention activities. At least five years in a technical leadership/ management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff. Preferred Qualifications: Ten years of experience as a Deputy Director or senior manager of health or HIV/AIDS care, support, and prevention activities. Ten years in a technical leadership/ management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff. Experience interacting with developing country government, international organization, other bilateral donor and civil society representatives, and senior level government officials. Experience managing and coordinating complex development programs, preferably in Rwanda. At least three years of experience working with USG cooperative agreements or contracts in senior program management capacity. Demonstrated ability to establish and sustain professional relationships with civil society organizations and host country government counterparts; and Excellent communicator with demonstrated experience in communicating complex processes to diverse stakeholders, including government officials at the national, provincial and district levels, service orientated NGOs, civil society organizations, donors, etc. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0126. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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NATIONAL DIRECTOR
LEBANON

World Vision is seeking a National Director in Lebanon. This is your opportunity to use your world-class leadership skills to play a key role in effectively improving the lives and futures of children and their families in Lebanon. In the role of National Director you will provide overall strategic and operational leadership for World Vision (WV) Lebanon. The National Director will strategically lead, develop and direct the implementation of all aspects of the WV Ministry as an effective member of the Partnership in line with Twin Citizenship principles to ensure high Ministry quality and high impact in the field; be accountable for all of aspects of WV's work in the country, ensuring effective alignment and integration between development and emergency response activities. The National Director will ensure that WV's ministry is directly contributing to the sustained well-being of children and the fulfilment of their rights within families and communities. The National Director will represent WV to all donors, project partners, other WV Partnership offices and divisions, local government, church/ other faith leaders and non-governmental organizations serving according to given Power of Attorney. The National Director also actively coordinates with Syria Response Director to ensure strategic alignment of Syria response activities within WV Lebanon ('one response'). We are looking for a visionary leader who can combine strong business disciplines with inspirational leadership skills in line with our Christian values and ethos. You will have a passionate desire to help others, especially children. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: 感rovide leadership to leaders: specifically to the National Office Senior Managers and direct reports. 幌nsure that initiatives directed to build capacity required to implement local fundraising are included in the office capacity building plan. 幌nsure excellent standards in the management of the human, financial, capital and technical resources of the organization, which includes inspiring and maintaining high standards of work and clear accountability to stakeholders. 幌nsure business continuity through an integrated risk management approach, including security, financial, operational and reputation risks by developing contingency plans and scenarios; and take ownership of the action plans. 愛epresent WV and build strategic alliances with the government of Lebanon, the Middle East & European Region (MEER) office, the WV Board, donor agencies, WV global partnership, non- governmental agencies, churches and media. SKILLS REQUIRED INCLUDE: 愈niversity degree or qualification in a relevant subject with a focus on leadership, team management, project management or other relevant skills. 愚inimum 10 years proven leadership experience with International NGOs/UN. 感roven visionary and strategy abilities. 嫂bility to work under pressure and make key decisions that impact the safety and wellbeing of WV staff. 廉ood knowledge of financial management and accounting principles. 幌xperience in managing integrated Relief/ Development and Advocacy programs. 感roven experience in overseeing large government grants, major private donors and/or complex multi sectorial operations. 感rior World Vision experience is preferred. 感olitically astute and well developed diplomatic skills (dealing with host government, donors and staff and WV Partnership). 感roven skills in negotiation and ability to handle multiple demands from many stakeholders (networking). 愚ust be a collaborator and team builder committed to the transfer of knowledge. 愛esponsible steward of resources and assets. 弒nnovator and calculated risk taker. 幹luent capacity in English (written and oral) is required, working knowledge of Arabic is beneficial but not a fixed requirement. If you believe you have the skills and leadership experience to fulfil this vital and challenging role that will enhance the lives of thousands of vulnerable children in Lebanon, we'd love to hear from you. TO APPLY: Find the full description (https://jobs.wvi.org/webjobs.nsf/WebPublished/B2181AEE5131A69C88257D87004B 6BB2?OpenDocument) and apply online by the closing date 30 Nov 2014. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org.

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DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
WASHINGTON, DC

CARE USA is seeking a talented and experienced Director of Government Relations (DGR) to lead CARE's efforts to influence US government policies and funding. Expected Travel: up to 20%; Language Requirement: English; Employee Duration: Active Full-Time; Type of Post: Accompanied - Family; Funding: Approved. The DGR oversees a team responsible for communicating CARE's position on key issues to the US Congress and the Administration and with peer organizations and coalitions in Washington. S/he serves on the Advocacy Department's senior management team (SMT) where s/he helps shape and manage the implementation of the Advocacy Division's strategic and annual operating plans. In addition, the DGR serves as the Political Director for our sister 501(c)4 organization, CARE Action Now. Responsibilities: Supervises, leads, guides, mentors and supports the GR team. Creates a sense of team work among members of the GR team. Represents the team in broader organizational planning processes and manages team budget and overall relationships with other parts of the organization. Serve as a member of the Advocacy SMT and contribute to the overall achievement of the strategic goals of the unit. Help to develop Advocacy's multi-year and annual operation plans, strategies and priorities, including strategies related to USG engagement. Plays a key role in managing the expenditure of the government relations team restricted grants as well as day-to-day management of the government relations team's annual operating budget. Actively engages in securing funds to support Advocacy's advocacy efforts by identifying funding opportunities, developing relationships with donors and developing concept papers. Directs the creation and implementation of advocacy strategies in support of the organization's policy agenda with Congress, the Administration and other key actors. In collaboration with other Advocacy SMT members, coordinates the development and implementation of appropriate strategies for outreach, work and influence with targeted policy makers, opinion leaders, institutions and media to achieve CARE's policy objectives. Works closely with the head of the Citizen Advocacy team to identify specific key policy makers, opinion leaders and others as key targets for CARE Action Network (CAN) volunteers to engage and influence to achieve our policy objectives. Develops and manages the execution of an advocacy strategy for one of Advocacy's priority areas of focus. Leads efforts to develop strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations in order to help achieve CARE's advocacy agenda. This includes developing collaborative engagement plans, coordinating efforts among partners and taking part in strategic campaigns. REQUIREMENTS and Skills: Bachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience. 7-10 years government relations and/or Congressional experience. 3-5 years international development and relief experience preferred. 3-5 years hands-on management and budgeting experience. Demonstrated skill in policy advocacy/ legislative work with Congress and Administration. Solid knowledge and understanding of issues surrounding international and foreign assistance policies and programs. Thorough understanding of legislative/ executive branch processes, including budget and appropriations. Demonstrated experience in the design and implementation of policy advocacy strategies. Advanced oral and written communication skills. Proven skill in management of staff and budgets. Leadership of cross-divisional teams. Planning, organizing and managing complex organizational initiatives. TO APPLY: apply online at http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp;jsessionid=75CD56000A5B01B CDD3597F8AA89C369.NA10_primary_jvm?org=CAREUSA&cws=1&rid=2506. Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply. CARE USA is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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PROJECT DIRECTOR
KYRGZSTAN

Freedom House is seeking a Project Director in Kyrgzstan. Freedom House promotes the spread of freedom and democracy around the world through research, advocacy, and programs that support frontline activists. We are a leader in identifying threats to freedom through our highly regarded analytic reports, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press, Freedom on the Net, and Nations in Transit. With 13 field offices and two U.S. offices, we support the right of every individual to be free. Position Summary: The Project Director will assist in directing and implementing Freedom House's USAID-funded program in coordination with the Kyrgyzstan human rights community to strengthen the capacity of human rights activists and groups to help the government take action to address human rights issues. This position is based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and reports to the Eurasia Program Director. Minimum QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in political science, international relations, or related field; Master's degree or law degree strongly preferred. Minimum 8-10 years of experience working with civil society and/or human rights. Relevant experience in managing human rights and/or civil society programs, with a minimum of 5 years in a management position. Program and Grant management experience, minimum 8 years, with a demonstrable excellent track record, particularly with USAID grants, but ideally with both USG and private-funded projects. Knowledge of US Government grant requirements and regulations. Outstanding track record in mentoring and managing diverse staff and organizations and transferring skills and knowledge. Ability to develop excellent relationships with the human rights community, including the Government of Kyrgyzstan, donors, civil society, activists, international organizations, and others. Advanced ability to communicate effectively in English and Russian, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of Kyrgyz and/or Uzbek strongly preferred. Strong knowledge of human rights principles and mechanisms, and understanding of democracy promotion. Excellent negotiation, conflict prevention and resolution skills, as well as the ability to lead and build consensus, cooperation, and coalitions among individuals with competing interests. Mastery with MS Office Suite, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Demonstrable experience working with the human rights community and international NGOs. Demonstrable skills in fundraising and writing effective grant proposals and reports. Experience providing technical assistance to local organizations. Ability to advocate human rights issues for policy recommendations to government representatives with diplomatic skill. Proven success in managing and building a diverse range of external partnerships. Ability to maintain the highest degree of confidentiality regarding all aspects of work at all times. Some Duties and Responsibilities: All areas of program management including development and implementation, financial management, staff supervision, general oversight of daily office management, public relations, advocacy, and building and maintaining partnerships with local civil society. Oversee grant management programs, assuring that all assistance provided under the award is technically sound and appropriate. Managing and supervising the work of the project team and establishing trust and strong rapport/ mentorship. Design and manage implementation of human rights education programs. Manage planning for advocacy delegations to UN and OSCE events. Conceptualize and help design program strategies and activities. Provide training, technical assistance and advice to government entities and civil society organizations. Develop innovative, strategic advocacy initiatives to promote support for human rights in Kyrgyzstan. Manage the monitoring and evaluation process, and writing of program reports to ensure timely completion of program objectives. Proactively seek out new funding opportunities, including funding with new donors. Promote collaborative initiatives for rights defenders. Represent Freedom House before counterparts in country and abroad, and the donor community. Other duties as assigned. Work Environment and Physical Demands: Essential functions are typically performed in an office setting with a low level of noise. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Disclaimer: This job description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job. It is not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks and duties. The responsibilities, tasks, and duties of the jobholder may differ from those outlined in the job description and that other duties, as assigned, may be part of the job. Freedom House may add, change, or remove essential and other duties at any time. TO APPLY: Qualified and Interested Applicants: We invite qualified candidates to complete an online application and submit a resume, and cover letter with salary history and desired salary (only candidates who send salary requirements will be considered for the position) to: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH10/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=FREEHOUS&cws=1&rid= 101. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. EOE/M/F/D/V

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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR
NAIROBI, KENYA

Pact is seeking a Social Development Advisor in Nairobi. Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA) is an essential principle of new Kenya's Constitution and a priority strategy of Finnish/ Swedish development cooperation. WSTF's mandate of pro-poor water services financing aligns well with the HRBA principles on equality. However, WSTF and new county Governments have limited human resource capacities to deal with social-political and cultural issues which will be inevitable at county-level interactions. The purpose of the post is to on one hand assure that HRBA principles particularly as they relate to participation and inclusion, non-discrimination and equality, accountability and rule of law; are streamlined in planning, implementation and oversight of both county- and community-level operations. On the other hand, the post aims to support the Programme's impact monitoring and evaluation especially at the field level in order to make necessary changes in project implementation. Key Responsibilities: The Social Development Advisor will: General tasks in WSTF: Create awareness on and mainstream HRBA-based approaches for ensuring that HRBA and cross-cutting objectives are integrated into planning, implementation as well as monitoring & evaluation of WSTF's operations; Support CTA in facilitating relations between WSTF, counties and communities. Tasks at county/ field level: Assure that HRBA and pro-poor principles are present when county level prioritizing is carried out and in development of the strategies and approaches for Programme implementation. Create awareness and develop methods for integrating HRBA in county- and field-level operations, including needs mappings, community/ beneficiary mobilization (e.g. user groups, associations and/or cooperatives, WRUAs) as well as in planning and implementation of projects, capacity building, and M&E. Develop county-level social and impact monitoring systems compatible with WSTF's M&E system. Support the capacity building of service providers and entrepreneurs on relevant social issues. Facilitate linkages between communities, Programme partners and other stakeholders. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Education and Experience Requirements: At least Master's degree in a relevant field from a recognized institution. Fluency in both spoken and written English and Swahili. Experience and knowledge in community mobilization and participatory planning of community-level developments, including field experience from different parts of Kenya. Experience and knowledge in building capacity of public institutions and local communities on community mobilization and in HRBA, including planning and implementing related capacity building programmes, developing guidelines and manuals, etc. Work experience in rural water and sanitation sector as well as in water resource management. Experience in development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation systems for rural development programs, especially for social impact monitoring. Preferred Qualifications: Ability to understand and work in diverse cultures and environments. Ability to develop innovative institutional and social solutions in different operational environments. Ability to work in a multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary team. Good interpersonal skills. High skills in capacity building and skills transfer. Willingness to work at field level conditions. Good reporting skills. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0141. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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DEPUTY CHIEF OF PARTY, RWANDA - IMPROVED SERVICES FOR VULNERABLE POPULATIONS (ISVP) PROGRAM
KIGALI, RWANDA

Pact seeks a Deputy Chief of Party for the proposed USAID-funded five-year Rwanda Improved Services for Vulnerable Populations (ISVP) Activity to improve and sustain the health and social wellbeing of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), their households, and communities in Rwanda. This position is contingent upon award. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the DCOP will be responsible for technical leadership of the program and managing a team of senior staff and sub-partners and ensure quality, timeliness, and efficiency of all products and activities generated under the project. Key Responsibilities: Coordinate technical activities and provide direction, feedback and support to ensure success; as applicable, supervise a local program team in their day-to-day operations. Provide input into and assure that all donor reporting requirements on program impact are met and assist implementing partners/ grantees in setting up reporting and tracking systems to provide such information in an efficient and timely manner. Ensure effective coordination and communication between each partner organization. Ensure high quality program delivery and the cost-effective use of Pact and USAID resources. Ensure provision of management support and technical assistance to grantees on program design, budget/ work plan development, and M&E planning. Provide regular written/ oral program progress updates, as requested. Establish and manage Pact's local technical training activities. Ensure that the most up-to-date information regarding the programs or initiatives shared via a range of mechanisms: including reports, newsletters, and the Internet. Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the COP. Basic REQUIREMENTS: A Master's degree or higher training in management, public health, development studies, social/ behavioral sciences, or in a closely related field is required. At least five years of experience as a Deputy Director or senior manager of health or HIV/AIDS care, support, and prevention activities. At least five years in a technical leadership/ management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff. Preferred Qualifications: Ten years of experience as a Deputy Director or senior manager of health or HIV/AIDS care, support, and prevention activities. Ten years in a technical leadership/ management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff. Experience interacting with developing country government, international organization, other bilateral donor and civil society representatives, and senior level government officials. Experience managing and coordinating complex development programs, preferably in Rwanda. At least three years of experience working with USG cooperative agreements or contracts in senior program management capacity. Demonstrated ability to establish and sustain professional relationships with civil society organizations and host country government counterparts; and Excellent communicator with demonstrated experience in communicating complex processes to diverse stakeholders, including government officials at the national, provincial and district levels, service orientated NGOs, civil society organizations, donors, etc. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0126. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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CHIEF OF PARTY, COLOMBIA - ARTISANAL GOLD MINING, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REDUCTION
MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

Pact is seeking a Chief of Party, Colombia - Artisanal Gold Mining, Environmental Impact Reduction in Medellin. Reporting to the Country Director, the Chief of Party is responsible for leading a five-year USAID-funded program to support the Government of Colombia (GOC) in reducing the environmental impacts of artisanal and small scale mining (ASM), with special emphasis on eliminating the use of mercury and recuperating degraded areas left by gold mining. Objectives will focus on improving law-abiding mining operations in the target geographies, increasing access by small- scale miners to legal support and additional economic opportunities and supporting the transformation of degraded areas into productive areas with a focus on commercial forestry plantations. The Chief of Party will be responsible for technical leadership and administrative oversight of the program. S/he will also be the key contact with USAID. The successful candidate will be able to make key decisions and solve problems in short time frames while ensuring operational and program integrity. The Chief of Party will oversee a team of operations staff and technical area managers. This position is contingent upon funding. Key Responsibilities: Provide overall leadership, program and organizational management, and be in close communication with USAID. Make key decisions and solve problems in short time frames while ensuring operational and program integrity. Provide high-quality technical guidance and support that is grounded in the program's strategic objectives and adheres to expected technical quality. Remain up to date on good practices and developments in ASM and environmental impact reduction programming in order to ensure program quality and impact. Formulate and guide the implementation of the program based on program targets. Oversee team managers for the implementing partners, and technical, finance, grants, and M&E issues related to the project. Develop staff and partner capacity and technical knowledge. Lead the development of annual workplans and other planning documents, including development of corresponding activity budgets. Track progress of activities against workplan and spending against project budgets. Coordinate donor and organizational reporting per requirements and as requested; and ensure quality of project data and all narrative reports. Oversee project reviews and evaluations and ensure timely utilization and dissemination learning for continual improvement of project activities and overall strategy. Represent Pact and the project in relevant meetings with stakeholders, including partners, donors and government, and in external forums and working groups related to extractives and/or natural resource management. Participate in organizational Communities of Practice related to the project focus. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Required minimum of 10 years of professional experience in leading and managing large natural resource management-related international development programs or projects. A minimum of 5 years of experience should be in managing programs in mining or forestry. Required Masters level degree in management, international development or a field of study related to the program scope of work. Required demonstrated capabilities in institutional capacity building, high-level strategic visioning and leadership and experience in working effectively with civil society, local, regional and central-level government authorities and with USAID or other development partners. Required proven exceptional leadership in the design, management, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of similar-sized international donor supported programs, with skills in strategic planning, management, supervision, and budgeting. Required fluency in English and Spanish and strong communication skills. Practical knowledge of USAID contract rules and regulations. Demonstrated capacity to create and/or maintain systems and procedures for managing programs with multiple implementation sites, partners and beneficiaries. Demonstrated experience supervising, managing and developing staff. Preferred Qualifications: Strong preference for work experience in Colombia. Preference for experience managing large programs with multiple partners. Preference for prior experience as Chief of Party. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0137. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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CHIEF OF PARTY
ZAMBIA

Plan International is a global organization that works side by side with communities in 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children and their families. Plan works at the community level to develop customized solutions and ensure long-term sustainability. Our solutions are designed up-front to be owned by communities for generations to come and range from clean water and healthcare programs to education projects and child protection initiatives. Across program areas, Plan's activities are guided by a Child-Centered Community Development (CCCD) approach, which is rights-based, holistic, gender-sensitive, and inclusive. Plan International is seeking Chief of Party (COP) candidates for the anticipated Traditional and Community Leadership Response to HIV/AIDS Activity in Zambia. The project will concentrate on strengthening traditional, religious, community, ministries, and parliamentarian's leadership role in the HIV/AIDS response in their communities. Focus will be put on building the capacity of leaders to transmit accurate messages and to engage and mobilize their communities to participate in HIV/AIDS activities. The COP will have authority and oversight over the project, including managing all activities of sub- recipients, coordinating all program-focused strategic planning and decision making, and staff management. The COP will serve as key liaison with USAID, the Government of Zambia, implementing partners, and other stakeholders. Primary responsibilities include providing overall leadership, management, and general technical direction of the program, assuring an integrated vision among different components and actors, and ensuring program performance, achievement of program requirements and adherence to donor regulations. Responsibilities: Provide overall technical and managerial oversight and leadership for the project. Ensure efficient management of financial resources, including the review and approval of program budgets and monitoring expenditures. Supervise field operations, administration, logistics and procurement. Oversee management, delivery, and monitoring of sub-grants. Supervise program monitoring, evaluation, and reporting and ensure quality control and timeliness of all deliverables as required by the grant and donors. Assure full compliance with all USAID, Plan, and other fiduciary regulations. Serve as a principal liaison with Government of Zambia, USAID, project partners and stakeholders, and other donors to ensure effective program implementation and to build lasting relationships. REQUIREMENTS: Minimum Master's degree in Public Health, Health Policy, Public Administration, Political Science, International Development or related field; Ph.D. or Dr. highly preferred. Strong knowledge of traditional and community leaders in Zambia or the region. Experience managing a large child focused program for an international NGO. Significant experience managing large-scale, multi-year US government-funded programs. With a strong track record of successfully managing USAID-funded programs including previously serving as a Chief of Party in Zambia or the region. Demonstrated knowledge of USAID project management including USAID rules and regulation and reporting requirements. Demonstrated knowledge about gender and development, and demonstrated experience and proficiency in managing programs that mainstream gender. Demonstrated ability to implement projects with rigorous timelines and deliverables and to track program quality through donor approved monitoring and evaluation systems. Experience working and collaborating with diverse sets of stakeholders, such as local NGOs, government officials, donor representatives, local and international staff. Ability to respond on short notice and plan and execute several activities at once. Ability to work under pressure, as part of a team or independently, and meet deadlines consistently. Proven experience hiring, training, and supervising teams of international and local staff. Proven leadership, inter-personal and cross- cultural skills, and ability to build and motivate diverse teams. Excellent English oral and written communication skills; knowledge of other local languages preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel and Outlook. Plan is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply. Further, Qualified Zambian nationals, including those living in the diaspora, are additionally highly encouraged to apply. TO APPLY: please visit our website plan-international.org/about-plan/jobs and click on "job vacancies at Plant International." The deadline for applications is November 24th, 2014. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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CALL FOR HEALTH EXPERTS
ZAMBIA

Plan International is a global organization that works side by side with communities in 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children and their families. Plan works at the community level to develop customized solutions and ensure long-term sustainability. Our solutions are designed up-front to be owned by communities for generations to come and range from clean water and healthcare programs to education projects and child protection initiatives. Across program areas, Plan's activities are guided by a Child-Centered Community Development (CCCD) approach, which is rights-based, holistic, gender-sensitive, and inclusive. Plan is seeking highly qualified senior-level Health Experts with extensive experience working on development projects funded by USAID or other bilateral donors, for an anticipated HIV/AIDS Project in Zambia. Candidates with experience in the following areas are encouraged to apply: Monitoring and Evaluation, HIV/AIDS Community Response, Institutional Capacity Building, Health Policy and Regulatory Reform, Behavioral Change, Community Mobilization, Health System Strengthening, and Reproductive and Family Planning. Plan is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply. Further, Qualified Zambia nationals, including those living in the diaspora, are additionally highly encouraged to apply. TO APPLY: please send a cover letter, USAID 1420 biodata form, and resume in English to Recruitment@planusa.org. Applicants who fail to meet the application criteria may be disqualified. The deadline for applications is November 24th, 2014. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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SENIOR YOUTH AND HIV ADVISOR
WASHINGTON, DC

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has contracted through CAMRIS International partnered with IAP World Services Inc., (IAPWS), to recruit and hire qualified individuals for a Senior Youth and HIV Advisor, Office of HIV/AIDS, Bureau for Global Health, United States, Agency for International Development (GH/OHA/ISD), United States Agency for International Development. INTRODUCTION: It is the goal of the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) Youth in Development Policy to improve the capacities and enable the engagement of youth to enable them to contribute to and benefit from more stable, democratic, and prosperous societies. USAID's objectives are to strengthen youth programming, participation and partnership by mainstreaming and integrating youth issues and promoting young people's participation across Agency initiatives. USAID continues to be at the forefront of the U.S. Government (USG) response in the fight against HIV/AIDS. USAID is a key partner in the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and works closely with other USG agencies on this 10-year, multi-billion dollar initiative in more than 120 countries. USAID is also the lead agency implementing the $63 billion Global Health Initiative (GHI), which promotes an integrated and synergistic approach to global health. The Senior Youth and HIV Advisor (the "Advisor") is a senior-level position within the Global Health Bureau's Office of HIV/AIDS (GH/OHA) who will work collaboratively across the Agency to support these goals. A major focus of the position will be to advise OHA on technically sound approaches to preventing new infections in young people as part of the goal to achieve an "AIDS-free generation." The Advisor will provide technical leadership in the area of policies and programs relating to adolescents and young adults at risk of, vulnerable to, infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. Working in tandem with Global Health Bureau staff, the Advisor will also address the full continuum of response for young people, including care and treatment for HIV-positive youth, broader social and economic interventions to reduce young women's vulnerability to HIV, and appropriate linkages with pregnancy prevention and other health and development programs for youth. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent serves in the Implementation Support Division (ISD) within OHA. S/he works under the overall supervision of the ISD Division Chief, with day-to-day technical and programmatic direction provided by the Integration and Youth Team Leader. The Advisor will also work closely with other headquarters staff working on youth-related activities, notably the OHA youth advisor, the OHA prevention team, the youth advisor in the Office of Population and Reproductive Health, and the cross-bureau Youth Corps in USAID/Washington. The Advisor will participate in relevant PEPFAR interagency Technical Working Groups (TWGs) and liaise with other development and implementing partners engaged in issues relating to youth and HIV. The Advisor's responsibilities include the following: Provide technical leadership on youth and HIV within OHA and GH. Serve as primary subject matter expert on the intersection of young people and HIV; maintain knowledge of current literature, trends and program experiences. Contribute to the formulation of USAID's strategic approach to HIV/AIDS programming for young people, aligned with the Agency's Youth in Development Policy and Global Health strategy. Provide advice to OHA and pillar and Regional Bureaus on evidence-based and best practice approaches to addressing the HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment needs of diverse segments of young people in different regional contexts, with special attention to gender-differentiated approaches. Serve as a technical advisor for OHA's youth-specific technical assistance mechanisms; work with OHA activity managers for other centrally-managed mechanisms to ensure that HIV/AIDS activities addressing youth are technically sound. Promote positive youth development program innovations, along with strong evaluation; e.g., test behavioral economics and structural interventions, use of private sector channels and new information and communication technology to promote youth engagement. Advise on appropriate linkages between HIV/AIDS services for youth, and between HIV/AIDS services and other health and development interventions. Make presentations at meetings and conferences on issues relating to youth and HIV, and share USAID's experiences on positive youth development programming. B. Advise USAID field Missions on country-specific youth strategies and programs. Participate in country-level planning processes and youth assessments; analyze country-specific data and recommend appropriate strategies to reduce new HIV infections and to increase uptake of critical HIV/AIDS services among youth, including cross-sector approaches where relevant. Assist in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs providing prevention and other HIV services for youth, incorporating linkages to other health and development services, especially pregnancy prevention, as appropriate. Support country teams in monitoring and evaluating the technical quality of HIV programs serving young people; participate in site visits to assess performance and make recommendations for redesign and improvements in implementation. In collaboration with the office counterparts, advise on strategic approaches to building in-country capacity to support HIV programming for youth, including engagement with youth- serving, civil society, government, academic and other relevant institutions to build the human resource base to sustain high quality youth programming in the future. Facilitate sharing of best practices across USG country programs. C. Strengthen collaboration with other USG agencies and development partners. Participate in PEPFAR interagency Technical Working Groups (TWGs) engaged in issues related to young people and HIV, particularly the General Population and Youth HIV Prevention and Gender TWGs; contribute to the technical direction for the design, implementation and evaluation of PEPFAR-funded programs for youth. Strengthen coordination with multinational, bilateral and international NGO partners working on youth and HIV, including the World Health Organization, UNICEF and other donor agencies. Attend donor meetings to share information and experiences and develop consensus on appropriate strategies. Maintain a network of professional contacts working on youth issues, including leading researchers and practitioners in the field of HIV and youth. REQUIREMENTS The contractor must have: Masters' degree or higher in public health or other relevant behavioral/ social science field preferred. Demonstrated youth development and/or sexual reproductive health experience. Expertise in HIV preferred, but not required. State-of-the-art knowledge of literature and current and emerging research on positive youth development, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and evidence-based youth- interventions. Minimum seven years working on domestic and/or international health issues, including at least five years' experience designing, implementing and/or evaluating youth-focused health programs. A combination of both domestic and international is highly desirable. Demonstrated skills in data analysis, program design, strategic planning, program coordination and/or implementation, especially within a developing country context. Strong professional networks in youth health programs and research. Excellent analytical and written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work across USG agencies and cross- culturally with diverse teams. Excellent judgment, maturity, creativity and problem- solving skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Willingness to travel 25% of time to developing countries in all regions, including Africa. Fluency in one or more widely spoken foreign languages preferred. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency required. This is an opportunity for employment or a contract, but we reserve the right to make no selection or award. CAMRIS International and IAP World Services Inc. offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits. TO APPLY: Please submit your resume online at www.iapws.com. Candidates meeting the requirements for the position will be required to provide a USAID 1420-17 Contractor Employee Biographical Data Sheet to document employment and salary history. Application Deadline: December 4, 2014. CAMRIS and IAP are Equal Opportunity Employers EOE M/F/D/V

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DIRECTOR, GLOBAL HEALTH PRACTICE
VIENNA, VIRGINIA

International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over one hundred countries and has implemented over two hundred projects. IBTCI has served governments, private sector companies and several donor agencies. The company is seeking a Director for Global Health Practice to work in our Vienna, VA Home Office. The IBTCI Director is responsible for project direction and management; leading the technical direction of new business development and in close collaboration with the Health Practice Principal, the director will contribute to the development of analytical models and frameworks which will become IBTCI signature innovations. The Director will oversee and coordinate all activities carried out through active projects assigned to her in order to ensure the most effective use of client and project resources. She/he is the key point of contact with the client for day-to-day technical, program, and financial reporting matters for Washington-based projects. She/he will also serve as the conduit of information between the client and IBTCI's senior management team and Health Practice staff. Travel to the field is required and will be carried out on an agreed upon regular schedule. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The director will be responsible for: Overall operational, administrative and financial management of projects assigned to them, including supervision of home and field office staff. Contractual compliance and familiarity with the client's expectations as delineated in the contract and through incidental communications with IBTCI. Serving as the primary advocate, liaison, and support to the appropriate client operating unit. Assuring the quality of all products and services provided to the client. Providing support for technical meetings and working groups on maternal health, child health, environmental health, nutrition, health sector reform, and infectious diseases, as appropriate. Seeking out new business opportunities for the Health Practice through online searches and interpersonal relations. Serving as a technical lead on assigned proposals and task orders by preparing the written technical approach, managing overseas recruitment, and preparing proposal workplans and performance monitoring plans. Ensuring timely and complete project reporting (quarterly reports, annual reports, performance reports, etc.) as well as all required performance monitoring reports, work plans, financial reports, and other documents/ reports produced by active project. Representing IBTCI at professional conferences, workshops, meetings and other fora. Ushering the Health Practice and its consultant teams to embrace innovative methods for data visualization to enhance the presentation of its products and deliverables. Preparing manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals. Active involvement as a member of professional working groups, committees related to monitoring and evaluation. Other tasks as assigned by IBTCI senior management and/or clients. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: An advanced degree (MPH, PhD, MD) in public health, international relations, economics, statistics, political science, public policy, or other relevant field is required. Desired Experience and Qualities: At least 10-15 years' professional work experience in international development as it relates to the relevant technical area. At least five years' experience in positions of project management and administration including experience in directing, managing, implementing, and evaluating large, complex projects. At least ten years' experience with working with a USG agency and/or international organization(s), as well as coordination of activities with a variety of organizations, including universities, development institutions, international organizations, and other donor and contract groups. Strong working knowledge of AIDAR and FAR regulations and their practical application. Outstanding written and oral communications skills. Ability to work with and be responsive to a wide range of client, staff and consultant personalities and requirements. Well-organized, attentive to detail, and able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Works well independently and in teams. Proactive in anticipating work requirements and problem solving. Committed to mentoring young professionals; and Mastery of word processing, spreadsheets, databases, statistical packages, and graphics programs (Microsoft Office); and experienced with using and researching the Internet. Language: Written and verbal fluency in English required; other foreign languages fluency as appropriate. TO APPLY: Please submit all application materials along with three references at the opportunities tab on our website www.ibtci.com.

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