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EXPERT EN GESTION DES APPROVISIONNEMENTS , Mauritania

Expert.e en gestion des approvisionnements et des stocks de médicaments (h/f/x) – Mauritanie

Contexte
Le AI-PASS (Appui Institutionnel au Programme d’Appui au Secteur de Santé) est une initiative de l’UE pour l’appui au Ministère de la Santé Publique (MSP), dans le cadre de la coopération bilatérale entre la Mauritanie et l’UE.

L’intervention d’Enabel dans le cadre de ce programme est caractérisée par un appui au secteur de la santé à deux niveaux de l’organisation sanitaire:
• un appui institutionnel au niveau central avec un soutien à plusieurs directions du MSP,
• un appui aux services et institutions au niveau décentralisé avec plus spécifiquement un appui à une région rurale et un quartier urbain.

Une attention particulière est donnée à l’opérationnalisation des districts sanitaires et à la création d’une assurance maladie universelle publique à grande échelle.
Le projet tourne autour de 5 composantes :
1. Gouvernance du secteur,
2. Amélioration de l’offre de soins,
3. Médicaments et consommables ;
4. Formation et gestion ressources humaines ;
5. Protection sociale et demande en santé.

Description de la fonction
Sous la direction de la cheffe de projet, vous serez principalement en appui à la mise en œuvre des activités du résultat 3 de de l’Action: « L’accès à des médicaments et consommables essentiels de qualité est amélioré à tous les niveaux selon les normes nationales. ».

Vous ferez partie d’une équipe qui fournit une expertise à la Centrale d’Achat en Médicaments et Consommables Essentiels (CAMEC) et à la Direction de la Pharmacie et des Laboratoires.
L’expertise vise principalement un transfert de compétences et de savoir-faire pour :
1. Appuyer l’élaboration, le suivi de la mise en œuvre de la stratégie nationale d’approvisionnements ;
2. Renforcer les capacités (technique et organisationnelle) du Service de quantification des besoins et de suivi des approvisionnements de la DPL ;
3. Appuyer la restructuration (technique, financière, organisationnelle) de la CAMEC (sur base d’un plan stratégique de développement des domaines stratégiques et d’un cadre de performance appliqué aux centrales d’achats) ;
4. Renforcer le cadre organique de la CAMEC (sur base d’une évaluation du niveau de maturité de la centrale (OMS-UNICEF) et d’un plan de développement institutionnel) ;
5. Renforcer les capacités de la CAMEC en matière d'approvisionnement, en collaboration avec la DPL (avec en priorité un système de prévision) ;
6. Renforcer les capacités de la CAMEC en matière de stockage (sur base de l’audit MQAS 2021) ;
7. Renforcer les capacités de la CAMEC en matière de distribution jusqu'au dernier km, sous la responsabilité de la CAMEC (avec en priorité un schéma directeur logistique).

Votre profil

Niveau de formation requis
· Master en Pharmacie
· Une spécialisation en santé publique, économie de la santé, gestion des services de santé ou gestion de programmes de santé est un atout.

Expériences requises
• Expérience de travail d’au moins 5 ans en matière de gestion en approvisionnement et distribution de médicaments ;
• Expérience d’au moins 5 ans en matière de gestion de centrales d’approvisionnement et de distribution dans le secteur privé ou public dont plus de 3 ans dans un pays en développement (de préférence Afrique subsaharienne);
• Expériences dans la mise en œuvre des politiques pharmaceutiques ;
• Une expérience internationale préalable (c’est-à-dire dans le secteur du développement international et en dehors de son pays d’origine) dans un poste similaire au sein d’une organisation de coopération dans le domaine de gestion d’assurance maladie constitue un atout.
Compétences et connaissances requises
• Vous êtes un□e excellent□e négociateur□rice et savez coopérer et coordonner le travail avec les partenaires opérationnels et institutionnels ainsi qu’avec des représentants du gouvernement ;
• Vous faites dès lors preuve de diplomatie, patience et conviction ;
• Vous êtes fort□e d’une capacité à vous adapter à des environnements de travail complexes et difficiles ;
• Vos collègues apprécient votre esprit d’équipe et votre capacité relationnelle ;
• Les activités de gestion des connaissances et de capitalisation vous sont familières;
• Vous êtes orienté□e vers les résultats ;
• Vous maîtrisez les logiciels MS Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, etc.) ainsi que les outils informatiques de gestion (comptabilité, gestion financière, gestion commerciale, gestion de stocks, « supply chain management »);
• Vous parlez et écrivez couramment en français ou en néerlandais. Compte tenu de la langue de travail de la Mauritanie et du contexte international dans lequel vous travaillerez, une excellente connaissance du français est exigée. La connaissance de l’arabe et/ou de l’anglais est atout pour la fonction ;
• Une connaissance préalable du contexte mauritanien et de son système de santé (ou tout au moins de l’Afrique de l’Ouest) sera considérée comme un atout.

Vous vous engagez à respecter la vision, la mission et les valeurs d’Enabel (https://www.enabel.be/fr/content/vision-mission-valeurs-de-enabel).

Nous vous offrons
• Une fonction intéressante et diversifiée dans un environnement international.
• Un contrat de 23 mois basé à Nouakchott, avec des déplacements possibles à l’intérieur du pays.
• Vous êtes engagé□e au sein d'Enabel dans la fonction d’Expert□e International□e.

Le package salarial de cette fonction correspond à notre barème (classe 6) et comprend le salaire mensuel brut, ainsi que des avantages liés à votre statut d’expatrié□e au sein d’Enabel tels qu'une indemnité d'éloignement, d'affectation, de pénibilité, la prise en charge des frais de logement (plafonnés), une allocation de déménagement, d’installation, la prise en charge des frais de scolarité des enfants accompagnants (plafonnés), un package d’assurances pour toute la famille dont l’assurance rapatriement, des billets d’avion aller-retour une fois/an pour toute la famille, etc.
• En cas d’expatriation sans les membres de la famille (personnes à charge), jusqu’à 6 billets d’avion aller-retour supplémentaires par an vers le pays d’origine ou toute autre destination (plafonnés suivant le règlement d’Enabel).
Les différents montants varient en fonction de l’expérience pertinente reconnue pour la fonction et la composition familiale.

Cette publication peut donner lieu à la constitution d’une réserve de recrutement pour une durée de 3 ans pour toute fonction similaire.

Nos postes vacants sont ouverts à toute personne qui remplit les conditions décrites dans les offres d’emploi. Enabel s’engage en faveur de l’égalité des chances et de la diversité au sein de son personnel. Nous ne faisons pas de discrimination fondée sur le genre, l’origine, l’âge, la religion, l’orientation sexuelle, le handicap ou tout autre facteur que les compétences.

Intéressé.e?
Postulez, au plus tard le 31/08/2022, ici et joignez votre CV actualisé et une lettre de motivation.

Seules les candidatures introduites via le lien ci-dessus seront prises en considération.

Are you interested in becoming an 'Expert en Gestion des Approvisionnements' in Mauritania? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

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Expiring: Aug 31, 2022
PROJECT MANAGER - BURUNDI , Burundi

Enabel est l’Agence belge de développement. Elle exécute la coopération gouvernementale belge. L’Agence met également en œuvre des actions pour d’autres organisations nationales et internationales. Avec ses partenaires belges et internationaux, Enabel fournit des solutions pour relever des défis mondiaux urgents - le changement climatique, l’urbanisation, la mobilité humaine, la paix et la sécurité, les inégalités sociales et économiques - et pour promouvoir la citoyenneté mondiale. Avec 2000 collaborateurs et collaboratrices, Enabel gère quelque 170 projets dans une vingtaine de pays, en Belgique, en Afrique et au Moyen-Orient.
Contexte
En ligne avec le Plan National de Développement du Burundi (2018-2027) qui positionne la promotion de la justice et la protection des droits humains comme clefs pour tout développement durable nous recherchons un.e Coordinateur.rice de Projet.
L’action qui sera portée par l’Union Européenne s’inscrit dans la continuité des projets d’appui institutionnels à la justice financés par le Royaume de Belgique notamment via Enabel (2009-2016).
L’action envisagée vise, en une période relativement courte de 3 années à concrètement renforcer les dynamiques et poser les jalons d’«amélioration de la gouvernance judiciaire pour une justice plus rapide, indépendante, impartiale, sensible au genre, numérique et proche des titulaires de droit».
Tout en capitalisant sur les réalisations-phare du passé et en prenant en compte les dynamiques actuelles du secteur, le projet s’inscrira dans une volonté de dialogue sectoriel inclusif, d’amélioration des mécaniques judiciaires et de coordination des acteurs de la chaine pénale, au renforcement des capacités des magistrats et auxiliaires de justice au bénéfice des justiciables.
Deux résultats attendus concernent spécifiquement l’implication d’Enabel et de ses partenaires à savoir :
Résultat 1.1 : « L’indépendance du pouvoir judiciaire et la performance du Ministère de la justice sont améliorées ».
Résultat 1.2 : « Les détenus femmes, hommes, mineurs et personnes en situation de handicap bénéficient de meilleures conditions d’incarcération, respectueuses des principes constitutionnels et la justice pénale répond mieux aux critères de justice pénale "humanisée/humanisant" »
Un résultat 1.3 (hors composante Enabel mais avec lequel l’équipe Enabel se coordonnera) et qui sera mis en œuvre par d’autres acteurs portera sur la recherche d’accès effectif au droit et à une justice de qualité pour tous les détenteurs de droit, femmes, hommes, mineurs et personnes en situation de handicap..
Description de la fonction
En tant que Project Manager vous rapporterez au Country Portfolio Manager et vous supervisez une équipe d’Experts. Vous êtes responsable d’assurer la qualité technique du projet par une bonne connaissance des enjeux et fondamentaux des réformes en gouvernance judiciaire et d’assurer une bonne dynamique partenariale - cordiale et transparente - axée sur l’atteinte de résultats de développement. En tant qu'expert Justice vous participez à alimenter le dialogue technique, stratégique et politique.
Responsabilités :
Vous êtes responsable de la bonne exécution du projet (contenu, planning, budget, qualité) ;
Vous coordonnez la réalisation des activités afin d’atteindre les objectifs du projet ;
Vous appuyez les personnes identifiées pour diriger le processus de changement ;
Vous contribuez au renforcement des capacités du Ministère de la Justice , de ses directions et administrations personnalisées et de l’ordre judiciaire;
Vous coordonnez le processus d’apprentissage sur la manière dont une intervention contribue au développement d’un secteur ;
Vous dirigez l’équipe placée sous votre responsabilité hiérarchique ;
Vous vous assurez que les informations pertinentes sur les résultats sont disponibles pour le monitoring et l’évaluation afin de permettre le suivi de la performance, la prise de décision, l’apprentissage et le reporting.
Votre profil
Niveau de formation requis
Master en Droit ou en Sciences Politiques.
Expériences requises
Minimum 5 ans d’expérience pertinente dans le pilotage de projets de développement international ;
Minimum 5 ans d’expérience pertinente dans les domaines d’appui à la chaine pénale, de réduction de la surpopulation carcérale et d’amélioration de la gouvernance judiciaire ;
Minimum une expérience de travail pertinente en dehors de son pays d’origine ;
Une expérience en tant que responsable d’équipe ;
Une expérience au Burundi est un atout ;
Une expérience dans plusieurs projets constitue un atout.
Compétences et connaissances requises
Connaissance approfondie des méthodologies de gestion de projet ;
Connaissance approfondie du domaine d’expertise spécifique ;
Compétences en monitoring et évaluation ;
Vous êtes orienté□e vers les résultats ;
Vous parlez et écrivez couramment en français ou en néerlandais. Compte tenu de la langue de travail du Burundi, une excellente connaissance du français est donc exigée.
Vous vous engagez à respecter la vision, la mission et les valeurs d’Enabel (https://www.enabel.be/fr/content/vision-mission-valeurs-de-enabel).
Nous vous offrons (sous réserve de l’obtention du financement)
Une fonction passionnante dans un environnement international.
Un contrat de 39 mois basé à Bujumbura (avec des missions dans les provinces ciblées par le projet).
Vous êtes engagé au sein d'Enabel dans la fonction "Intervention Manager". Le package salarial de cette fonction correspond à notre barème (classe 6) et comprend le salaire mensuel brut, ainsi que des avantages liés à votre statut d’expatrié au sein d’Enabel tels qu'une indemnité d'éloignement, d'affectation, de pénibilité, la prise en charge des frais de logement (plafonnés), une allocation de déménagement, d’installation, la prise en charge des frais de scolarité des enfants accompagnants (plafonnés), un package d’assurances pour toute la famille dont l’assurance rapatriement, des billets d’avion aller-retour une fois/an pour toute la famille, etc.
En cas d’expatriation sans les membres de la famille (personnes à charge), jusqu’à 6 billets d’avion aller-retour supplémentaires par an vers le pays d’origine ou toute autre destination (plafonnés suivant le règlement d’Enabel).
Les différents montants varient en fonction de l’expérience pertinente reconnue pour la fonction et la composition familiale.
Cette publication peut donner lieu à la constitution d’une réserve de recrutement pour une durée de 3 ans pour toute fonction similaire.
Nos postes vacants sont ouverts à toute personne qui remplit les conditions décrites dans les offres d’emploi. Enabel s’engage en faveur de l’égalité des chances et de la diversité au sein de son personnel. Nous ne faisons pas de discrimination fondée sur le genre, l’origine, l’âge, la religion, l’orientation sexuelle, le handicap ou tout autre facteur que les compétences.
Intéressé.e?
Postulez, au plus tard le 21/08/2022, ici et joignez votre CV actualisé et une lettre de motivation.
Seules les candidatures introduites via le lien ci-dessus seront prises en cconsidération.

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Expiring: Aug 21, 2022
PROJECT MANAGER EMPLOYABILITY OF REFUGEES

Project Manager Employability of Refugees and Vulnerable Youth (m/f/x) – Jordan

Background
The objective of the intervention “Developing skills for employability of Syrian refugees and vulnerable youth in Jordan” (€5m) is to enhance employment outcomes in particular for Syrian and vulnerable Jordanian youth and women and more specifically to develop skills for semi-skilled workers in cooperation with the private sector. This intervention is a part of a larger programme, QUDRA II.

QUDRA II is the second phase of a large multi-country, multi-donor programme named “Qudra– Resilience for Refugees, Internally Displaced People (IDP), Returnees and Host Communities in response to the protracted Syrian and Iraqi Crises”. Qudra II is currently being implemented by five European development agencies: GIZ, the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), Expertise France, Hungarian Interchurch Aid, and Enabel (as Sub-grantee with GIZ), and jointly co-financed by the EU (Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, also referred to as EC Madad), Germany (BMZ) and Spain (AECID).

In Jordan, this is to be achieved through:
• Effective partnerships between vocational training institutions and private enterprises contributing to demand-driven and work-based vocational training,
• Training of 2000 Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanian youth including 40% women, and
• Improving human resource management of private enterprises.

Job description
As Project Manager you are placed under the hierarchical authority of the Resident Representative of Enabel in Palestine and Jordan. You are guarantor of the achievement of the project’s result objectives.

Responsibilities:
- You are responsible for the good execution of the project (content, planning, budget, quality);
- You coordinate the realisation of the activities with a view of achieving the project objectives;
- You support the persons indicated to lead the change process;
- You contribute to capacity development of partner organisations such as: the Vocational Training Corporation (VTC), the National Employment and Training (NET) company, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Jordan Education for Employment (JEFE) and Future Pioneers for Empowering Communities (FPEC).
- You coordinate the learning process on how an intervention contributes to the development of the sector;
- You lead the team placed under your hierarchical responsibility;
- You ensure that relevant results information is available for monitoring and evaluation in order to allow monitoring of performance, decision-making, learning and reporting.

Your profile

Required qualifications
· Master’s degree.

Required experience
• Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in steering international development projects;
• Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in advising capacity building of public VET and/or private sector involvement in VET;
• Experience in dialogue and sectoral coordination;
• Minimum one relevant professional experience outside your country of origin;
• An experience as team manager;
• Experience with grant’s management is an asset;
• Experience in several projects is an asset.

Required skills and knowledge
• In-depth knowledge of project management methodologies;
• Thorough knowledge of the specific area of expertise;
• Monitoring and evaluation competences;
• You are result oriented;
• Acquaintances with VET in refugees or crisis settings is an asset;
• Knowledge of rights-based approach and gender mainstreaming is an asset;
• Considering the working language of Jordan and the international environment in which you work, excellent knowledge of English is required (spoken and written). A good working knowledge of Arabic would be a strong asset.
Applicants are also required to commit to the vision, mission and values of Enabel (https://www.enabel.be/content/enabel-vision-mission-values).

We offer you
• A fascinating job in an international environment.
• A contract until August 31 2023. You are based in Amman.
• A salary package that comprises the monthly gross salary, in accordance with our salary scales (Class 6), and Enabel expat benefits such as a remoteness, assignment and hardship allowance, (capped) coverage of housing expenses, a moving compensation, an installation compensation, (capped) coverage of school expenses for children accompanying, an insurance package for the whole family, including repatriation insurance, and an annual round-trip flight ticket for each family member.
• In case of expatriation without the (dependent) members of the family, up to six additional round-trip flight tickets to the country of origin or another destination (capped in accordance with Enabel rules).
The various amounts vary in function of relevant recognised experience for the function and family composition.

Following this recruitment procedure a shortlist of successful applicants may be constituted which may be sourced in the next three years for similar job openings.

Every person who fulfils the conditions listed in our job advertisements may apply. Enabel is committed to equal opportunities and diversity in its workforce. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability status or any other factor other than competence.

Are you interested?
Apply here at the latest by 15/08/2022 and include your application letter and updated CV.

Are you interested in becoming a Project Manager Employability of Refugees and Vulnerable Youth in Jordan? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

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Expiring: Aug 15, 2022
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL OFFICERS IN AFRICA , Africa

Administrative and Financial Officers (m/f/x) Recruitment reserve.
In view of rapid entry into office and assignment to remote regions (DR Congo, Tanzania, etc.).

Background
To further develop its activities Enabel wishes to constitute a reserve of applicants, members of which will be sent to the field as expatriates when a new project or portfolio is signed; and this, in order to support the interventions (projects) under the framework of the Belgian bilateral cooperation and of third-party assignments (European Union...).

As Administrative and Financial Officer you are responsible for the management of the finance and administrative aspects of a Service Centre, which is set up to support project management for the entire portfolio of projects in the country (or region) in which you work.

Job description

Your tasks and duties:
• Be one of the pillars of the shared Finance and Contract service centres
• Manage the administration and finance team (recruitment, setting of objectives, performance meetings, competence paths…)
• Manage the budget and the financial reporting
• Ensure proper management of treasury and banking relationships
• Ensure effective management of small purchases, manage implementation of contracts and logistics (in collaboration with the contracting officer) in accordance with procedures and contractual obligations (public contracts…)
• Participate in the elaboration, management and control of the Grant Agreements
• Manage the fiduciary risks and put in place an efficient and effective internal control system, implement the actions plans resulting from audits and follow up on them
• Support the Representation, the programme and the interventions by providing one’s technical expertise (advice, sharing of experience, representing Enabel vis-à-vis others…)
• Capacity development of partner entities, where needed.

Your profile

Required qualifications
· Master’s degree in financial management, economics, auditing.

Required experience
- At least 5 years of proven experience in financial management, risk management and auditing
- Proven experience in leadership and team management
- An international field experience as an expat, preferably within an international organisation, is an asset.
- Every experience in auditing, risk management or financial management in the public sector or in change management is an asset.

Required skills and knowledge
• You are passionate about managing figures and you are rigorous
• You are very skilled at solving problems and you adopt a solutions- and results-oriented approach
• You are customer-friendly and support-focused
• You like to take the initiative and show to be proactive
• You like managing teams and have them evolve
• You are flexible and can work in a changing environment
• You have a good knowledge of standard ICT applications
• You are fluent in spoken and written French or Dutch
Proficiency in French or English is also required, with at least passive knowledge of the other language.
You commit to respecting the vision, mission and values of Enabel (https://www.enabel.be/content/enabel-vision-mission-values).

We offer you
• Entry in our recruitment pool for a 3-year term.

Subsequently, you will be requested to express your interest when calls for applicants are launched for Administrative and Financial Officer job openings in our projects (simplified recruitment procedures).

The duration of the employment contracts is linked to the duration of the projects and/or portfolios following the agreements signed with the partner countries and/or the donors.

Indicatively, first job openings should be posted soon, namely for jobs in remote regions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (Bunia, Gemena, Mbuji-Mayi) and in Tanzania (Kigoma). These assignments are for a period of 24 months and can be renewed.

• For persons engaged for a specific job: A salary package that comprises the monthly gross salary, in accordance with our salary scales (Class 6), and Enabel expat benefits such as a remoteness, assignment and hardship allowance, (capped) coverage of housing expenses, a moving compensation, an installation compensation, (capped) coverage of school expenses for children accompanying, an insurance package for the whole family, including repatriation insurance, and an annual round-trip flight ticket for each family member.
• In case of expatriation without the (dependent) members of the family, up to six additional round-trip flight tickets to the country of origin or another destination (capped in accordance with Enabel rules).

The amounts vary in function of relevant recognised experience for the function and family composition.

Following this procedure a recruitment reserve of successful applicants may be constituted which may be sourced in the next three years for similar job openings.

Every person who fulfils the conditions listed in our job advertisements may apply. Enabel is committed to equal opportunities and diversity in its workforce. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability status or any other factor other than competence.

Are you willing to take on this challenge?
Apply here at the latest by 15/08/2022 and include your motivation letter and updated CV.

Are you interested in becoming an Administrative and Financial Officer in Africa? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

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Expiring: Aug 15, 2022
EXPERT.E EN STRATéGIE ET POLITIQUES FISCALES , Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Expert.e en stratégie et politiques fiscales (h/f/x)
République Démocratique du Congo
Enabel est l’Agence belge de développement. Elle exécute la coopération gouvernementale belge. L’Agence met également en œuvre des actions pour d’autres organisations nationales et internationales. Avec ses partenaires belges et internationaux, Enabel fournit des solutions pour relever des défis mondiaux urgents : le changement climatique, l’urbanisation, la mobilité humaine, la paix et la sécurité, les inégalités sociales et économiques, et la citoyenneté mondiale. Avec 1800 collaborateurs et collaboratrices, Enabel gère quelque 150 projets dans une vingtaine de pays, en Belgique, en Afrique et au Moyen-Orient.
Contexte
Enabel est présente en République Démocratique du Congo dans les domaines du développement rural, de la formation professionnelle et technique, de la santé, de l’eau et de l’énergie, et ce dans 10 provinces du pays. La spécificité du programme de coopération réside dans sa proximité avec les bénéficiaires.
Le Programme d’Etudes et d’Expertises (PEE) est un instrument flexible qui contribue, par le financement d’études et d’expertises, au renforcement des capacités des institutions publiques et qui soutient la mise en œuvre du Programme de Coopération entre la République Démocratique du Congo et la Belgique. Dans ce cadre, le Ministre des Finances de la RDC a demandé à la Belgique un appui technique sous la forme d’un conseiller fiscal résident. Le gouvernement congolais bénéficie déjà du travail d’un expert du Fond Monétaire International (FMI) itinérant multi-pays basé au Tchad, ainsi que de l’expertise du département des affaires budgétaires du FMI dans le cadre du Programme de Mobilisation des Recettes.
La mobilisation des recettes domestiques est un objectif primordial du programme du Gouvernement de la RDC pour dégager des marges de manœuvre qui permettront une hausse des dépenses prioritaires, éducatives, sociales et pour les infrastructures. C’est aussi l’un des axes essentiels du programme soutenu par la Facilité Elargie de Crédit du Fonds Monétaire International (FMI).
Description de la fonction
En tant qu’Expert.e en stratégie et politiques fiscales, vous rapportez directement au Country Portfolio Manager d’Enabel en RDC et vous êtes directement placé.e auprès du Ministre des Finances sur l’axe de la mobilisation des recettes domestiques du Plan Stratégique de Réformes des Finances Publiques (PSRFP).
Vous appuyez l’opérationnalisation de la stratégie d’augmentation des ressources internes.
Vous travaillez en étroite collaboration avec le conseiller fiscal du FMI et les différentes missions d’experts techniques.
Vous formez une équipe avec l’expert.e en stratégie et politiques Budget et assurez l’accompagnement technique des différents domaines du fonds sur la gouvernance financière.
Vous serez placé.e auprès de la Direction Générale du Ministère des Finances ou au sein du Comité d'Orientation de la Réforme des Finances publiques (COREF). Dans ce cadre, vous serez le.la conseiller.ère technique du Ministre des Finances sur les dimensions fiscalités de la réforme des finances publiques.
Plus spécifiquement, vous accompagnez le Ministère des Finances sur l’axe 2 de la réforme des finances publiques relatif à la politique fiscale et aux administrations fiscales. Ceci pourra couvrir des domaines tels que :
Appui à l’amélioration des processus de contrôle et de gestion de l’impôt des administrations fiscales (Direction Générale des impôts-DGI et Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises-DGDA) et de la Direction Générale des recettes administratives, judiciaires, domaniales et de participations (DGRAD) ;
Accompagnement de l’amélioration du fonctionnement de la TVA sur base des actions en cours ;
Facilitation de la coordination des partenaires techniques en lien étroit avec la COREF ;
Appui technique à l’élargissement du répertoire et de l’assiette fiscale ;
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Housing Ecosystem Assessment Consultant in Zambia , Zambia

Housing Ecosystem Research in Zambia

I. Introduction
Habitat for Humanity Zambia (HFHZ) is undertaking a pilot of a housing assessment using the Housing Ecosystem Framework as part of the newly approved International Theory of Change (TOC) at Habitat for Humanity. Our Theory of Change compels us to think differently about how we work. Specifically, the way we design, implement, evaluate and learn from our programs. The key concepts that underpin our Theory of Change (the housing ecosystem, people-centered development, systems approach, definition of adequate housing) provide guidance and guardrails to help us think differently to identify in a strategic way where, why, when, and how we can support people living in different contexts to achieve adequate housing and lasting positive change. Changing the way we work is a significant task requiring us to take a step back and look with a new perspective, not only at what we currently do but also at what we could do in the future. Habitat Zambia is localizing this approach to analyze the Zambia context and wish to use the results to inform the country's strategy work. These Terms of Reference (ToR) provide background information on the research. They also outline various team members in HFH Zambia will play in the Housing Ecosystem Analysis in Zambia context. The ToR also details the varying level of effort we anticipate from team members.

II. Purpose, audience, and scope
There is an urgent need to better understand the housing ecosystem where we work as well as to increase people's capacity to mitigate and reduce their vulnerability due to shocks and stressors that exacerbate inequities in housing. Progress on housing and land action is lagging behind what is needed to contain the growing crisis by addressing the root causes of the problem.

In this context and within the Theory of Change (TOC) framework, HFHZ seeks to hire a consultant/firm to conduct a Zambia housing ecosystem assessment to strengthen our strategic work. This will also be timely as we align across the continent to the newly developed Africa Regional Strategy. To ensure that the housing ecosystem assessment in Zambia builds on local knowledge, expertise, and experience, Habitat Zambia will seek to hire a consultant/firm/institution to analyze the Zambian housing context, challenges, and possible strategies.

The assessment will also be shared with the Africa Area Office, who will consider how the assessment should be replicated in other countries in the region. The present ToR concerns the consultant/firm/institution which will undertake the housing ecosystem assessment. The consultancy aims to assess the housing ecosystem, analyze the nature and scale of the housing issues in the country, and propose strategies.

The assessment will be heavily guided by the Housing Ecosystem Analytical Framework which outlines the questions to be answered (categories 1-6 with some additional questions HFHZ will highlight from the remaining sections) in which order as this process will be standardized across implementing countries.

III. Research Design/Methodology
The consultant/team is expected to utilize a methodology that encompasses the following components to answer the questions in the Housing Ecosystem Analytical Framework:
• Based on the consultant/team's pre-existing knowledge of Zambia, development of a 2-3 page description of the approach, methodology, and report outline to be discussed and agreed upon by the consultant/team, HFHZ and the Africa Area office to ensure a shared understanding of the task ahead noting that the approach should focus on secondary data with limited direct data collection focused on triangulating;
• Collect and review existing information that answer the questions in the analytical framework using:
o Scientific literature, hazard, and exposure data, vulnerability and risk data, climate and disaster impact data, statistical data, displacement data, climate data and projections, DRR/adaptation program/project data, or any other already available material or records (from government, NGOs/civil society organizations, multilateral organizations, and other research).
o All documents will be saved in a standard Excel template to track evidence
• Interview key informants in Zambia (soliticting recommendations from HFHZ) to triangulate information on areas with ambiguous evidence;
• Conduct workshops with the relevant stakeholders for consultation, collect and finalize the ideas, target groups, areas, and questions to be reviewed and deeper analysis.
• Based on the review of the collected data and documents, analyze present and future housing strategies for the next five years and possible limitations/challenges to implement the strategies;
• Produce a report with the findings concerning the research questions. The report must be in English and accessible language, using tables, charts, existing maps, and figures where necessary. The report should cite all references used in APA format.
• Present several options or strategies for HFHZ according to the following schema, and suggest focus on:
o Habitability
o Land Tenure
o Basic Services
o Affordability
o Cross cutting Shocks and Stressors
o Freedoms and Entitlements

Management Arrangement and Protocols:
The consultant team will spearhead this research with support from the Zambia team and Africa Area Office. Habitat Zambia must first approve the research design, tools, and final report before proceeding with the conduct of the research. Also, the tools that the consultant team will use must be reviewed and provided input by Habitat before pre-testing. Communication and dissemination of key findings to a broader audience must first be approved by Habitat Zambia beforehand.

IV. Deliverables and timeline
The estimated start-up is as soon as possible. The following deliverables and timelines are expected from the consultant:

1. Inception report: Outline of approach, methodology, and report outline: short (2-3 pages) outline of the proposed structure to ensure a shared understanding of the task ahead - Week 2
2. The first draft and validation workshop: A first draft of the report for review by HFHZ, Africa AO, and leads of the ecosystem pilot; a validation workshop will be conducted with relevant stakeholders to present preliminary findings, validate and modify significant parts if needed - Week 6
3. Final draft/report: The consultant will share a revised report and finalize it for report submission. - Week 8
4 PowerPoint presentation and a two-page brief: The consultant will produce a PowerPoint presentation and a two-page brief of the research findings. The Brief will include research background (purpose, literature, research team, timeframe, methodology); and research results: key findings, conclusions, and recommendations. - Week 8
5 Findings on replicability of the housing ecosystem assessment in other Africa country contexts - Week 8
All deliverables are to be submitted in English and comply with the communication guidelines of HFHZ to adhere to Habitat branding.

V. Payment schedule:
The fees will be paid upon receipt of an invoice from the Consultant/firm/institution, with the bank detail.
• 50% payment will be delivered upon the completion of output #1
• 50% payment will be delivered upon the completion of the remaining outputs
• The Consultant, firm must be legally registered and have valid tax clearance certificates from the regulatory authority
• The assignment is subject to local Withholding Tax at applicable rates

VI. Quality and ethical standards
The author(s) should take all reasonable steps to ensure that the final product demonstrates respect and protects people's rights and welfare and the communities of which they are members. It is also expected that the consultant will respect the values of HFHI: courage, humility, and accountability.

Qualifications
The competency requirements for the consultancy are:
• Preferred that the Consultant/all team members have an advanced degree related to housing - urban / regional planning, climate science, earth sciences, policy.
• Or a relevant degree in social sciences or Bachelor's degree with work experience (5+ years) in a directly relevant field.
• In-depth knowledge and professional experience in country-level assessment on housing. Climate change adaptation, urbanization, people-centered development or disaster risk management research, programming, or evaluation in Zambia
• Deomonstrated experience in qualitative analysis – literature review / secondary document review
• Demonstrated experience in using existing quantitative data sets for secondary review
• Demonstrated experience in ecosystems / systems approach and analysis. Specific expertise on land and housing country assessment is an asset.
• Demonstrated excellence in report writing
• Fluency in English
• Knowledge and experience working in Zambia

VII. Application procedure:
The Consultant/agency should submit a technical proposal for carrying out the assignment and the consultancy fee. Proposals will be ranked according to how they fulfill the three following requirements:
• Qualifications (50%)
• Methodological approach (25%)
• Price (25%)

Interested candidates should submit their application materials by Monday, August 22, 2022 to Procurement@habitatzam.org.zm.
Habitat for Humanity Zambia Procument Committee Cc: Human Resources Administrator – Ms. Nchimunya Hanjalika
Email: nchimunyahn@habitatzam.org.zm

Application materials should include:
1. Technical proposal not exceeding three pages including a) project background, b) proposed report structure, c) any ethical considerations, and d) work plan.
2. A confirmation of your status as an institution/firm or (in case of an individual consultant) independent contractor or employee of a consultancy firm or resesarch institution (for contracting purposes).
3. Curricula Vitae (CV) for consultant/all team members applying for consideration, with the contact details of three professional referees.
4. Financial proposal in USD itemizing estimated costs for services rendered (daily consultancy fees) and any other related supplies or services required for the consultancy.
5. At least one sample report similar to that described in this TOR.
6. ONLY electronic submissions will be accepted Application materials are non-returnable, and we thank you in advance for understanding that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the next step in the application process.

The estimated start-up is as soon as possible.

HABITAT'S STATEMENT OF EXPECTATIONS SURROUNDING SAFEGUARDING
Habitat for Humanity Zambia requires that all consultants take their ethical responsibilities seriously to safeguard our intended beneficiaries, communities, and those with whom we work. Habitat for Humanity Zambia has particular responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation, and abuse; safeguards beneficiaries and community members (especially children); and promotes the implementation of Habitat for Humanity's code of conduct.

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Zambia Strategy Consultant , Zambia

I. INTRODUCTION

Context
Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is an INGO, founded in 1976, devoted to building simple, decent, and affordable housing. In 2018, Habitat launched “Global Impact 2025” (GI25). The initiative seeks to transform Habitat’s global operations to align with the ambition of its strategic plan, “to materially reduce the housing deficit.” The past three years have established a foundation for that growth: introducing the ministry’s first international theory of change; building the capacity for new revenue streams; and co-creating new models for more integrated operations across the Habitat network. Within the Africa region, HFHI recently finalized the Africa Strategy Framework which is now being cascaded down for national level alignment.
Habitat for Humanity Zambia (HFHZ) as an Affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International network is a non-governmental organization that has been in existence in Zambia since 1984. HFHZ’s mandate is to fulfil a vision where everyone has a decent place to live. Since its establishment in Zambia HFHZ has served the most disadvantaged vulnerable households and communities through the provision and promotion of decent housing, water and sanitation, savings and financial literacy and advocacy on land and housing rights with an emphasis on gender equality ensuring that no one is left behind.

Purpose of Consultancy
The purpose of the consultancy will be to support Habitat for Humanity Zambia (HFHZ) in the development of their new 5-year strategy. The general strategy process has already been developed for Habitat International, but a consultancy is sought to implement the process and to consolidate the process into a single strategic document that is aligned with the Africa Strategy Framework. The strategy steps are outlined below with more detail on these steps in the scope of work section. More information can also be shared with the selected applicant post award.

Strategy Steps / Additional Support for Consultancy
- Housing ecosystem: Will be completed by a separate consultancy
- Finding leverage:
- Internal analysis: Supported by internal HR / Finance / RD review
- Operating environment:
- Naming the challenge:
- Scenario building:
- Assumptions and modeling:
- Strategy mapping:
- Action planning:

II. SCOPE OF WORK
The successful applicant will build on the work already being done and will design a process that responds to the ongoing work globally to build greater alignment across Habitat’s operations. Implementation should anticipate coordination with global initiatives related to systems underpinning local operations, ongoing discussions related to governance of the network, and further articulation of our theory of change and its impact on global positioning. Habitat for Humanity Zambia as well as the Africa Area Office are expected to be critical partners within each of these processes and the design of this engagement. The specific strategy steps the consultancy will support are included below:
Housing Ecosystem Assessment – completed by separate consultancy

Objectives:
• Define target population (bound the system)
• Understand the stakeholders that make up the housing ecosystem affecting the target population
• Understand the key drivers of the deficit affecting the target population

Detail:
This exercise is a scanning exercise aimed at building an understanding of the key drivers of the deficit in a given context and the key stakeholders that affect the way that the system perpetuates or addresses this deficit

Finding Leverage

Objectives:
• Develop a common narrative for how the ecosystem affects the target population
• Identify the program areas where the organization expects to intervene within the housing ecosystem
• Document the assumptions driving these decisions

Detail:
Building on the team’s understanding of the target population, the stakeholders and drivers affecting their access to housing, the team will develop a narrative of how the housing ecosystem works or doesn’t work for this target population and identify key areas where they believe they can find leverage for change in that ecosystem

Internal Analysis

Objectives:
• Deepening understanding of current capabilities of the organization

Detail:
Examination of current operations looking across indicators of financial health, fundraising, program performance, talent, and growth
• Desktop review of internal performance data: board reporting, AO reporting, financial data, fundraising pipeline, org structure, etc
• Interviews with key stakeholders: views of internal strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats; operational challenges and risks in the current model (Opportunity and Threat information can inform Operational Environment Exercise)
• Synthesis: consolidated report of internal data and interview responses aimed at deepening understanding of current situation; report should incorporate broader GI25 and AP related change initiatives
• Validation: communication of key findings from analysis to leaders for validation and internalization of themes as we lead into the consolidated SWOT exercise

Operating environment

Objectives:
Common understanding of the macro-trends impacting the operational health of the organization over the next 3-5 years

Detail:
Environmental scanning looking for key trends that will affect our ability to continue or expand operations; this differs from the housing ecosystem in that the focus is more on the health of the entity and the operational constraints that it might face as an NGO over the next several years
• Fundraising Trends: desktop review of overall trends in funding markets that are identified through interviews with the leadership team (size of market, growth, donor motivations, market leaders, enabling environment, key constraints to growth)
• Talent Market Trends: desktop review of key themes around talent including competition, decision drivers for new talent, trends in management talent growth, future of work trends, etc
• Regulatory Trends: key considerations and limitations for NGOs, government decisions affecting the sector, risks, limitations of current registration
• Competitor Growth and Capabilities: civil society trends, sophistication and capabilities; close competitor identification and analysis
• Validation: workshop to consolidate thinking around these dimensions and deepen understanding of key themes affecting growth

Naming the challenge

Objectives
• Consolidate and synthesize ecosystem and scanning data
• Prioritize key changes in the market and frame the strategic challenge facing the organization

Detail
Exercise is designed to consolidate thinking around the programmatic intent for the organization and its operational realities. The end result of this exercise is a clear articulation of the strategic challenge facing the organization
• The competitive SWOT built over the last two sessions is brought forward into the conversation
• Current state operations are compared with the results of the analysis done to date
• Areas of conflict are identified and prioritized
• Where possible participants begin to synthesize these areas of conflict into a clear problem statement or opportunity
• Facilitator likely will need to take this away and refine the challenge into a few different options, one of these should be selected by the overall sponsor

Scenario building

Objective
• Identify 2-3 scenarios for testing and further development for the future state of the organization

Detail
Based on the frame provided in previous phases, the future state for the organization can be ideated. The goal of this stage is to identify 3-5 potential future states for consideration by leadership, these starting points will help to characterize the organization that we are trying to build and how it differs from today
• Facilitators and sponsors identify 3-5 scenarios of what a future state could look like for the organization
• These scenarios are benchmarked on the basis of match to current capabilities and perceived ability to capture the market
• Team is asked for feedback and prioritization of the different scenarios
• For top 2-3 scenarios, team works through risks, assumptions, and unknowns and validates the trade-offs, benefits and implications presented by the facilitators
• Where necessary, the team helps to refine or consolidate the models under consideration

Assumptions and modeling

Objective
• Develop a better understanding of the models selected so that we can generate commitment towards the change

Detail
Largely driven by the consultants, models are built and tested for the prioritized options. The goal here will be to understand first how value is created and deepen the understanding of the assumptions driving the model, wherever possible providing external evidence to justify those assumptions
• Business models for the selected scenario can be built collaboratively with the organization or built by the consultants and validated with the organization
• Key assumptions identified under the scenario or surfaced through the modeling effort will be researched and tested
• Financial models built with scenario modeling capabilities

Strategy mapping

Objective
• Understand the strategic objectives required to realize the organization’s strategic vision

Detail
This is a critical step in adopting a balanced scorecard approach to management; building on the model, the team will identify the skills, knowledge, processes, relationships and results that will be required to realize the vision of their strategy. This creates a logical map of how activity leads to results so that kpis can be developed and yearly milestones identified. This requires metrics that are unique to the individual strategies of each implementing team; however, we can categorize objectives and associated lead and lag indicators and milestones that help management, local boards and area offices track implementing teams’ progress toward their strategic goals. By standardizing the categories for these objectives, we can consolidate across the portfolio and make better decisions about deployment of regional/global resources

Action planning
The team will space out implementation on the basis of investment requirements and modeling built out through previous phases. Implementation should include a rough guess on milestones and performance indicators to be reached each year to achieve the intended outcome

III. MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENT AND PROTOCOLS
The consultant team will spearhead this research with support from the Zambia team and Africa Area Office. Habitat Zambia must first approve the research design, tools, and final report before proceeding with the conduct of the research. Also, the tools that the consultant team will use must be reviewed and provided input by Habitat before pre-testing. Communication and dissemination of key findings to a broader audience must first be approved by Habitat Zambia beforehand.

IV. DELIVARABLES AND TIMELINES
The estimated start-up is as soon as possible or latest on the first week of August 2022 It is anticipate that the work will take 6-8 months and will include the following deliverables expected from the consultant: Output # Deliverable Due date
1. Project plan and inception report: consultant’s assessment of current state and a methodology for developing a regional strategy including a stakeholder engagement plan -
Week 2
2. Strategy report outline for validation before the report is detailed out - Latest by Month 5
3. Strategy report synthesizing work from each of the strategy steps (including pulling in findings the internal team will provide on the internal components):
o Background research (operative environment, leverage analysis, housing ecosystem assessment, internal analysis)
o Identification of the challenge
o The proposed scenarios that were tested (2-3)
o The final model with assumptions
o Strategy map
Latest by Month 6
4. Action plan a plan for implementation including milestones, investments and distribution of resources across the regional hub and its NO membership - Latest by Month 6
5. 2 Page Validation report after stakeholder consultations on board/SMT and other key stakeholders to describe any final updates/feedback on the product - Latest by Month 6
All deliverables are to be submitted in English and comply with the communication guidelines of HFHZ to adhere to Habitat branding.

V. REPORTING AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
The consultant(s) will report to National Dir, Habitat for Humanity Zambia. The project will include a working group of key Habitat for Humanity Zambia staff to ensure alignment with ongoing work and contextualization. The consultancy team will meet regularly with this working group. Beyond this, the successful applicant will need to engage with the Habitat for Humanity broader staff, board, and the Africa Area Office.

VI. PAYMENTS SCHEDULE
The fees will be paid upon receipt of an invoice from the Consultant/firm/institution, with the bank detail.
• 50% payment will be delivered upon the completion of output #1
• 50% payment will be delivered upon the completion of the remaining outputs
• The Consultant, firm must be legally registered and have valid tax clearance certificates from the regulatory authority
• The assignment is subject to local Withholding Tax at applicable rates

VII. QUALITY AND ETHICAL STANDARDS
The author(s) should take all reasonable steps to ensure that the final product demonstrates respect and protects people's rights and welfare and the communities of which they are members. It is also expected that the consultant will respect the values of HFHI: courage, humility, and accountability.

Qualifications
The competency requirements for the consultancy are:
• Preferred that the Consultant/all team members have an advanced degree related to housing - urban / regional planning, climate science, earth sciences, policy.
• Or a relevant degree in social sciences or Bachelor's degree with work experience (5+ years) in a directly relevant field.
• In-depth knowledge and professional experience in country-level assessment on housing. Climate change adaptation, urbanization, people-centered development or disaster risk management research, programming, or evaluation in Zambia
• Demonstrated experience in qualitative analysis – literature review / secondary document review
• Demonstrated experience in using existing quantitative data sets for secondary review
• Demonstrated experience in ecosystems / systems approach and analysis. Specific expertise on land and housing country assessment is an asset.
• Demonstrated excellence in report writing
• Fluency in English
• Knowledge and experience working in Zambia

VIII. APPLICATION PROCEDURE
The Consultant/agency should submit a technical proposal for carrying out the assignment and the consultancy fee. Application materials should include:
1. Technical proposal not exceeding 20 pages including a) project background, b) proposed report structure, c) any ethical considerations, and d) work plan.
2. Explanation of overall approach and timing of engagement.
3. A confirmation of your status as an institution/firm or (in case of an individual consultant) independent contractor or employee of a consultancy firm or research institution (for contracting purposes).
4. Related experience of the applicant entity(s) with curricula Vitae (CV) for consultant/all team members applying for consideration, with the contact details of three professional referees.
5. Financial proposal in Zambia Kwacha (ZMK) itemizing estimated costs for services rendered (daily consultancy fees) and any other related supplies or services required for the consultancy.
6. At least one sample report similar to that described in this TOR.
7. ONLY electronic submissions will be accepted

Selection Criteria will include:
• Understanding of the assignment and the business need
• Proposed approach and timing of engagement
• Relevant past experience
• Competitive pricing
• Familiarity with the Zambian / Housing context and institutional funding markets
• Experience with federated networks in the development sector Proposals will be ranked according to how they fulfill the three following requirements:
• Qualifications (50%)
• Methodological approach (25%)
• Price (25%)

Interested candidates should submit their application materials by Monday, August 22, 2022 to Procurement@habitatzam.org.zm.
Habitat for Humanity Zambia Procurement Committee
Cc: Human Resources Administrator – Ms. Nchimunya Hanjalika Email: nchimunyahn@habitatzam.org.zm
Application materials are non-returnable, and we thank you in advance for understanding that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the next step in the application process. Applicants will be short-listed for a panel interview. The estimated start-up is as soon as possible, latest on the second week of September 2022.

HABITAT'S STATEMENT OF EXPECTATIONS SURROUNDING SAFEGUARDING
Habitat for Humanity Zambia requires that all consultants take their ethical responsibilities seriously to safeguard our intended beneficiaries, communities, and those with whom we work. Habitat for Humanity Zambia has particular responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation, and abuse; safeguards beneficiaries and community members (especially children); and promotes the implementation of Habitat for Humanity's code of conduct.

Are you interested in becoming a Zambia Strategy Consultant? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

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Trainer for Peace Work and Project Work , Kenya

To develop a curriculum for peace work and to support the peace-building measures of our partner organisation Sisters of St. Joseph of Tarbes, we are looking for a Trainer for Peace Work and Conflict-Sensitive Project Work (m/f/x), Nyeri, Kenya.

Your new role
Religious tensions and mutual loss of trust within society are increasingly becoming a reality in Kenya. Conflicts and violence occur predominantly in certain regions, but in election periods they occur almost nationwide. Most of the conflicts are resource- and migration-related, but they are also based on political rivalries along ethnic lines, such as the introduction of multi-party politics in the early 1990s or the political unrest in 2007/2008.

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Tarbes (SJT) is an international congregation and has been present in Kenya since 1982. With its mission to live by and build on a sense of community in the world, it is active in eight different dioceses in the country, mostly in conflict regions. The sisters are involved in the communities in areas such as education, early childhood development and health.
The SJT is committed to strengthening the skills and abilities of its sisters in the field of peace-building as early as the formation stage, so that they can face the conflicts that arise in the communities as active peacemakers. You will support the sisters in their daily work, to contribute to a sustainable, peaceful coexistence of all people.

Specifically, you will carry out the following tasks:
- You will develop a curriculum for peace work covering the following topics: conflict analysis, conflict transformation, restorative justice, instruments of sustainable peace work, stress management, active non-violence.
- You will design and conduct training in line with the curriculum for sisters in formation and also for sisters already working in their communities.
- You will work in close cooperation with the formation house Training Director and develop training materials to continually integrate peace work into the sisters’ training programme.
- You will advise and support the sisters in their offices and ministries on conflict-sensitive project work and assist in the preparation of project applications.
- You will be responsible for the proper spending and management of funds locally in accordance with the donor and AGIAMONDO guidelines. In doing so you will work in partnership with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Tarbes.

Your profile
- You have a Master’s degree in peace and conflict research, sociology, ethnology, political sciences or a comparable subject and have already gained professional experience in peace and conflict work in a church environment.
- You have experience in peace-oriented adult education, ideally in conducting training courses, and are familiar with peace- and conflict-sensitive approaches to project work.
- You are sensitive when dealing with matters of faith and religion, look forward to working in the sisters’ formation house and can use your communication and consulting skills in a culturally sensitive way.
- You speak and write fluent English.
- You are an EU or Swiss citizen. As a member of the Catholic Church you demonstratively share the goals and concerns of church-related development and peace work.

What AGIAMONDO offer
- Individual and thorough preparation
- Three-year contract, social security and remuneration in accordance with the German Development Aid Workers Act (Entwicklungshelfergesetz)
- Cultural, language or other professional training, as well as coaching and supervision, individual advice

We look forward to receiving your detailed application by 14/08/2022.

Are you interested in becoming a Trainer for Peace Work and Project Work in Kenya? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: Aug 14, 2022

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