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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: South Sudan
    Closing date: 06 Oct 2016

    “Experienced managerwith proven experience in emergency settings*”*

    War Child Holland’s programme in South Sudan

    War Child Holland has been working in what is now South Sudan since 1998. The programme has been focused on the consequences of decades of conflict and its purpose is to ensure that children, youth, communities and government are able to promote awareness on child rights, protect children from abuse, exploitation and all forms of violation of their rights. War Child Holland in South Sudan has its country office in the capital Juba and field offices in Bor and Torit.

    Your challenge

    Emergency Programme

    • Responsible for the implementation and quality of the War Child’s emergency programme in South Sudan.

    • Monitors local needs and developments in close collaboration with the Programme Development Unit in South Sudan.

    • Contributes to the development of projects/proposals.

    Staff: capacity-building & security

    • Security and wellbeing of emergency staff in a demanding context, with conflict in the country and difficult accessibility in rainy season.

    • Train and support staff in executing their jobs, in perspective of capacity building.

      Finance & Logistics

    • Manages daily processes, ensure financial control (cash flow, local payments).

    • Follow and apply procedures and instructions, balancing control and emergency programme-implementation.

    • Prepares budget and financial reports.

      Fundraising & networking

    • Identifies donors and contributes to development of project and proposals.

    • Develops and maintains productive relationships with local governments, voluntary agencies, the UN, donors and communities.

      Your profile

    • Experience in conflict/post-conflict complex settings;

    • Demonstrated skills in operations, finance, security and management (at appropriate level for field management with guidance);

    • A minimum of 5 years of experience in emergency programming with an (I)NGO in an international/ humanitarian context;

    • Knowledge of project development and implementation in an international/humanitarian context;

    • Knowledge of child-focused or other relevant programming;

    • Strong problem solving and social skills;

    • Motivation to work closely and hands on with local staff;

    • Proven affinity with War Child’s mandate;

    • Relevant academic background.

      We offer

    • A challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands

    • A fair salary and comprehensive secondary benefits that includes free housing, good insurances (including health, travel and disability) and opportunities to develop and learn professionally.

    Job Location: Juba, South Sudan

    Contract: 6 months contract with the possibility to prolong depending on funding

    Starting date: As soon as possible

    South Sudan is a non-family duty station. The expatriate is not allowed to bring children. The expatriate can bring a partner under the condition that he/she is employed or will be employed by a humanitarian organization.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a CV and a letter of motivation before 6 October 2016. Make sure to use the following hyperlink to apply: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/67117

    Kindly mention where you found this vacancy. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

    Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network!

    The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Colombia
    Closing date: 09 Oct 2016

    War Child Holland’s programme in Colombia
    War Child Holland (WCH) has been working in Colombia since 2006 to improve children’s psychosocial well-being and strengthen their capacity to cope with the violence they experience. Together with parents and caregivers, teachers, and children themselves, we work to boost protection mechanisms and prevent the recruitment and use of children by armed groups. We also work with schools in the country to ensure that vulnerable children have a protective and safe learning environment. Psychosocial support, education and measures to boost children’s participation in local decision-making processes are frequently combined to ensure our interventions are as effective as possible.
    Your challenge
     Ensure that the WCH Colombia programme is in line with WCH´s global mandate and the WCH Country Strategy;
     Liaise and coordinate with the WCH country office team and all local implementing partners to oversee the general quality of programme implementation in-country, guaranteeing WCH standards and processes;
     Built the capacity of local staff and local partners to safeguard sustainability of the programme;
     Technical/content advisor to the Country Director (CD) and a member of the Country Management Team (CMT);
     Delegated responsibility for the development of the programme and project proposals;
     You are mostly located at the country office in Bogotá with frequent travel to the different field locations, including high risk areas.
    Knowledge
    Required:
     University Degree in relevant social and/or management discipline.
     Excellent Spanish and English (oral and written).
     Good knowledge of at least one of the three WCH key technical areas: psychosocial support for children, child protection and/or education;
     Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative monitoring & evaluation tools;
    Desirable:
     Knowledge of the Colombian context and Latin American context.
    Experience
    Required:
     Proven experience in NGO programme management;
     Proven experience in training and capacity building of staff.
    Desirable:
     Experience with (post)conflict contexts.
    Skills
     Ability to deliver advice in a clear, synthetic and well-structured way;
     Social and communicative skills for coaching and managing of staff;
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     Excellent written skills for proposals and reporting;
     Ability to assess social/ political situations and to act in a diplomatic way in delicate situations;
     Coaching, capacity building and training skills;
     Analytical and problem solving skills.
    Attitude
     Affinity with War Child’s mandate;
     Creative thinking;
     Stress-resilient to be able to cope with deadlines and complex problems;
     Cultural and gender sensitive.
    We offer
     A challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in Colombia.
     Colombia based local contract, with possibility of renewal. This contract includes all the legal benefits established by Colombian law and opportunities to develop and learn professionally.
     War Child beliefs in long-term relationship with staff with regard to career planning and multi-country/programme experience
    This is a national position with national labour conditions. War Child Holland strives to build local capacity as much as possible.
    Job Location: Colombia, Bogotá
    Contract: Starting with a 1 year contract with the intention to prolong
    Starting date: As soon as possible
    Your team: The PDM manages the Colombia staff of the programme unit: “Programme Development”, advisors and consultants. Others as defined by the CD.
    Essential functional relations: Country Director (CD), thematic coordinators, project Managers, Field Location Managers, “Programme Development” advisors, trainer(s) and field staff.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a CV and a letter of motivation before the 9th of October 2016. Make sure to use the following hyperlink to apply:
    https://war-child-holland-colombia.onlinevacatures.nl/es/Empleo/Inscribirse/68249
    Kindly mention where you found this vacancy. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Closing date: 09 Dec 2016

    An experienced Project Manager with proven experience in private sector development and youth engagement

    Your challenge

    The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) approved the concept note submitted by War Child and ZOA (lead) to the Ministry’s Addressing Root Causes of Conflict, Instability and Irregular Migration programme for DRC, called Tinawezekana (‘It is possible’), enabling government, civil society and communities addressing root causes of conflicts in the hauts plateaux de Kalehe.

    In order to ensure adequate representation and participation of War Child in this process, War Child is looking for a Programme Manager (PM). The Programme Manager is responsible for leading the development of the programme, in particular War Child’s component, coordinating input from a range of internal and external stakeholders, and liaising on content and assuring an integrated approach with the ZOA as main applicant. This includes the development of the youth engagement (youth employment and youth civic involvement) approach, budget management and especially having economical stakeholders involved and invested in the youth engagement part of the project. The PM also ensures compliance to the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) guidelines, including up to date grant documentation, and provides advice to the country director and the Sr Advisor PGM in the Netherlands.

    Together with the Program development Manager (PDM), the PM ensures coherence with War Child’s global ‘Core Interventions’, as well as other interventions in DRC and the region, both by War Child and other actors. This potentially includes the joint ZOA-PLAN youth initiative currently under development. The position is based in Bukavu with frequent travel the project location (Kalehe Haut Plateau) and Goma, and if needed to the Netherlands. The position reports to the Country Director (CD), DRC and has a functional relation with the Senior Advisor Programme and Grant Management (Sr. Advisor PGM). The position will coordinate a small local program team.

    Responsibilities

    Project Development

    • Lead the development of the Addressing Root Causes of Conflict (ARC) project for War Child, in close consultation with the PDM, CD, Project Development advisors (PDA), team members, the Sr. Advisor PGM, and the technical advisors from ZOA;

    • Participate in relevant meetings with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring that War Child’s role in the project and contribution to project outcomes is clearly demonstrated;

    • Participate in the quarterly planning meetings and the steering committee of the consortium;

    • Lead the required assessments for the development of the proposal as agreed upon;

    • Develop the youth engagement (youth employment and youth civic involvement) concept as an integrated part of the overall ARC program, in collaboration with ZOA, VNGI and APC, the War Child country team and technical advisors;

    • Ensure the follow-up of a project budget, in accordance with MoFA guidelines and internal guidelines, in close collaboration with the Operations Support Manager (OSM), Project Controller, and Sr. Advisor PGM, and support the CD in the negotiations thereof;

    • Engage in identifying (strategic) partnerships with other (private sector) actors in the region to the youth engagement approach especially regarding youth employment, child protection and education actors;

    • Integrate the approach with ZOA’s, particularly in relation to market analysis and value chain development. Ensure that the overall approach is linked with/complementary to on-going I4S strategy and the Provincial Strategy and Action Plan for Stabilization and Reconstruction of South Kivu of February 2015.

    • Obtain involvement of the Dutch embassy to stimulate Dutch private sector investment that reinforce the youth employment intervention; build on this non-governmental, governmental and private sector approach for further dialogue with other actors/donors; actively engage with the NL MoFA on this approach and to the project’s contribution to MoFA’s multi-annual stability strategy;

    • Ensure leadership, planning and coaching of timely, accurate and compelling documentation throughout the programme development phase.

    Fundraising and Proposal development

    • Assist country management in the assessment of gaps in programming and funding;

    • Identify additional funding and private sector investment to safeguard sufficient impact and allow scaling-up of the core activities of the youth engagement intervention.

    • Support the development of country fundraising plans and donor mapping, as part of the Strategy Development process for the DRC, in close collaboration with Sr. Advisor PGM;

    • In consultation with other program and support teams, design, develop systems, processes and tools to increase preparedness of WCH field offices to compete for grants (e.g. capacity building of design team on proposal development and planning, identifying potential partners, permanent assessment, rapid assessment tools etc.);

    • Develop and implement proposal development plans involving multifunctional teams and consultants as needed;

    • Give input to the grant manager related to the writing process of concept notes and grant proposals as needed;

    Profile

    • A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in programme development and management, fundraising and managing relations with partners/donors;

    • Proven experience with youth engagement programming and working with the private sector

    • Experience of acting in a senior representation role;

    • Experience managing local staff;

    • Experience living and working in complex security contexts;

    • Proactive search for and utilize organizational resources;

    • Excellent social and communication skills;

    • Planning and organizational capabilities;

    • Team player and hands-on mentality;

    • Result focused and cost-conscious;

    • Required: fluency in French and English (verbal and written);

    • Affinity with War Child Mandate.

    • University Degree in relevant discipline (social sciences, political science, international relations and development studies etc.).

    Organization: War Child Holland

    Job location: Bukavu, DR Congo

    Starting date: As soon as possible

    D.R. Congo is an unaccompanied posting.The expatriate is not allowed to bring a partner and/or children.

    War Child offers a challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands. War Child offers good remuneration and excellent benefits. Please visit our website www.warchildholland.org for more information on the organisation and the programme.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 9 December 2016 Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/67132

    Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network!

    The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG)

    The Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) is an inter- agency working group made up of education partners working in Accelerated Education (AE). We are recruiting a Lead Researcher who will work with the AEWG Task Team and two Research Assistants to carry out at least five focused case studies of Accelerated Education Program’s.

    The Lead Researcher will have thematic expertise and field experience with alternative and/or accelerated education in crisis and conflict-affected environments; experience in designing and carrying out multi-country program evaluations in education and experience in qualitative methods and analysis.

    For full details of the consultancy please see the SoW.

    SOW for Lead Researcher

    Case Studies: Application & Utility of *Guide to Accelerated Education Principles*

    1. The AEWG, and the ‘Guide to the Accelerated Education Principles’

      The Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) is an inter- agency working group made up of education partners working in Accelerated Education (AE). The AEWG is currently led by UNHCR with representation from ECCN, IRC, NRC, Plan, Save the Children, UNICEF, USAID and War Child Holland.

      The AEWG comes together bi- annually to share experiences and expertise in AE and provides an opportunity for dialogue around a more harmonised, standardised approach. Based on the aim for a more standardised approach to AE the AEWG has developed 10 AE principles. These 10 principles aim to clarify the essential components of an effective accelerated education programme (AEP). Each principle contains evidence-informed best practices which can be viewed as a series of key actions or indicators to support the design, implementation and evaluation of AE work.

    2. RATIONALE AND PURPOSE

      The AEWG has developed a check list to assess an AEP against the 10 principles. A pilot of that check list protocol was completed in September 2016 with seven AE programs in Pakistan, Yemen, Mali, Liberia, Bangladesh and Myanmar. The objectives of the pilot were to i) assess users’ understanding of and agreement with the principles, and ii) assess the utility of the check list to ‘measure’ the performance of the AEPs against the 10 principles. The pilot demonstrated the utility of the checklist to assess the application of the principles in the programs, as well as their usefulness as a framework to assess overall program effectiveness. The AEWG, after making minor recommended improvements to the checklist protocol, will now use it to survey AEPs (approximately 50 to 70) in multiple countries identified by the organizations represented on the AEWG. The outcome of this survey will provide a profile of the application of the principles across a large and representative sample of AEPs worldwide.

      In addition to the survey checklist, the full draft Guide to the AE Principles was submitted to a panel of international experts on accelerated education for review and feedback. The draft Guide generally received favourable reviews, with a number of suggestions for improvement which will be incorporated into the final version of the Guide following the survey and selected case studies.

      While the survey of AEPs using the principles checklist will provide a profile of the application of the principles in these programs, it will not provide an in-depth understanding of the use of each of the principles in particular AEP contexts, nor will it assess the use of the principles in relation to AE program outcomes or provide an analysis of how useful the Guide to the AE Principles is to those designing and managing AEPs.

      The AEWG has determined that in addition to the survey, the full draft Guide should be field tested through a limited number of focused AEP case studies for a deeper analysis as to how the Guide can be used in various contexts to strengthen AE programming over the stages of the programme cycle.

      The purpose of the focused case studies is to provide an in-depth analysis of on-going AEP projects in their use of the 10 AE principles by AEPs in specific contexts, and to establish a preliminary assessment of the link between the application of the principles and program outcomes: i) increased access of out-of-school children and youth to the programs; ii) the completion rate of pupils in the programs; and iii) the proportion of pupils who receive officially recognized end of grade or primary exam certification.

      To carry out this work, the AEWG will engage a Lead Researcher and two research assistants.

    3. SCOPE AND OBJECTIVE

    The selection of the AEP case studies will be carried out by the AEWG Task Team, and will include AEP’s representing different stages of the program cycle, in different geographical, cultural and linguistic contexts. The cases will be chosen from the wider sample of AEPs selected for the survey and from programmes that are well documented, are in secure areas, with organization and country offices which want to take part in the study.

    The scope of this work is to carry out at least five focused case studies of AEP’s to determine the extent to which they are aligned with the 10 principles, and an analysis of how useful the Guide is in supporting, understanding and applying the principles.

    The Lead Researcher will work with the AEWG Task Team and two Research Assistants (RA) (based at the Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts as RAs to USAID-ECCN), to design the case study procedures, protocols and tools, coordinate data collection in the field, ensure quality of data and analysis, and prepare a final report.

    Each Case Study will include:

    1. A profile of the AEP Case: location(s), organization, purpose, history, resources, staffing, enrolments (defining the target population of students).

    2. Application, description of use and utility of the AE Principles by the program

    3. AE program outcomes: access, completion, certification, estimate of per student cost

    4. In addition each case will also comment on:

    5. How useful was the Guide in understanding and applying the principles?

    6. In what ways could the Guide be adjusted to better understand and apply the principles?

    7. What else can be recommended in addition to the Guide to help implement the principles?

    The Lead Researcher will be responsible for carrying out at least one case study, and preparing a final report based on all of the case studies.

    The final report will synthesize the findings from the five case studies, including an analysis of the use of the Guide to the AE Principles, their contribution to program effectiveness and outcomes, an estimate of their relative importance to these outcomes, and the implications for program costs and value for money.

    A process for establishing the relationships and hosting the field researchers with the organizations managing the AEP will be required.

    1. METHODOLOGY

    A methodology and protocol will be developed for conducting the case studies, drawing on the experience of the AEWG organizations as well as the body of methodological literature on case studies of alternative and accelerated learning programs in crisis and conflict-affected environments.

    1. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. AEWG Task Team
    2. Will oversee the overall case study including the selection of the AEP cases, establishing initial relationship with organizations managing the AEPs, provide guidance and feedback on the case study drafts and final report.

    3. The USAID-ECCN M&E Specialist (a member of AEWG and Task Team) and Research Manager at the ECCN/Center for International Education/University of Massachusetts will provide technical support to the Research Assistants in collaboration with the Lead Researcher

    4. Lead Researcher

    Will be responsible for the following outputs:

    1. Detailed methodology for the AEP Case Studies, including data collection tools, guidance for data collection, a detailed work plan and data analysis plan

    2. Conducting at least one AEP case study

    3. Review case studies and provide written feedback to Research Assistants on case study drafts in additional locations

    4. Provide trip reports written for the countries/cases visited

    5. Draft the final report on the case study findings, including recommendations for changes in the AE Guide to the Principles, and respond to feedback from the AEWG Task Team

    6. Updated case study tools developed

    7. Presentation meetings with AEWG Task Team

    8. Provide all raw data files, including qualitative transcripts, documentation, etc

    9. Research Assistants (ECCN, CIE/UMass)

      Will each carry out two AEP cases studies, reporting to the Lead Researcher and to the CIE/UMass ECCN M&E Specialist and Research Manager

    10. TIMEFRAME AND RESOURCES

    This work will commence in December 2016, with field work starting in early January and completed by February 2017. The draft report will be due by March 4 for review by the AEWG Task Team, with the final report due by March 30.

    The Lead Researcher will be contracted through War Child Holland.

    Resources for travel and expenses will be provided through USAID-ECCN.

    1. SELECTION CRITERIA

    The Lead Researcher will have a solid track record on the criteria below,

    General

    1. Thematic expertise and field experience with alternative and/or accelerated education in crisis and conflict-affected environments;

    2. Geographic expertise, in some of the target environments (East & Central Africa; West Africa, Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central and South East Asia, Latin America)

    3. Experience in working collaboratively with a technical team of specialists

      Technical criteria

    4. Experience in designing and carrying out multi-country program evaluations in education

    5. Experience in qualitative methods and analysis

    6. Experience in supporting consultants and researchers remotely in undertaking qualitative data collection and analysis, including the use of analytic software.

    7. Track record in writing concise, high quality and accessible evaluation and case study reports.

    8. Evidence of client responsiveness, creativity and flexibility of approaches towards clients’ needs

      and/or challenges in research implementation.

      Desirable

    French language (spoken and written) and at least one other language used in these regions.


    How to apply:

    APPLICATION PROCESS AND TIMELINE

    We invite interested candidates to submit the following application documents no later than (November 30, 2016):

    1. Expression of interest and responsiveness to the SOW and criteria

    2. Curriculum Vitae

    3. Daily rate, including a table showing prior similar work, dates and rates.

    4. At least one example of previous similar work

    5. At least two references

    Please send applications to: Kate Radford at Kate.Radford@warchild.nl and cc Martha Hewison at: hewison@unhcr.org

    Feel free to contact hewison@unhcr.org for any clarification or questions.

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    The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 14 Dec 2016

    Currently we are looking for a:

    Senior Advisor Programme and Grant Management

    ‘Result oriented, diplomatic with proven experience in fundraising with institutional donors and programme and/or grant management’

    Your challenge

    As the Senior Advisor Programme and Grant Management (Sr. Advisor PGM) you are responsible for advising and supporting Country Management Teams and the Manager of Programme and Grant Management. You are responsible for facilitating and monitoring the implementation of the War Child Programmes within your portfolio of countries in the Middle-East. You are the specialist and point of contact at Head Office for your portfolio of countries.

    • Support at country level: strategy development, annual planning, project design, proposal development, institutional donor relations, donor compliance, grant management, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation, as well as entry and exit of country programmes;

    • Support Country Management Teams and other stakeholders in fundraising and grant management;

    • Ensure availability of financial resources;

    • Ensure that grants are implemented as per donor contract, policies and regulations and internal policies, regulations and that minimum standards are adhered to;

    • Ensure that reliable data is available (including financial and fundraising data);

    • Build capacity of country offices in close coordination with other stakeholders at Country and Head Office level;

    • Responsible, when applicable, for management of Head Office lead grants.

      Your profile

    • At least 5 years of field experience in humanitarian or development work;

    • Minimum of 3 years work experience in the area of fundraising with institutional donors and grant/ account management;

    • Experience in proposal development and grant management for the European Commission, DFID, Sida, DFATD, USAID and/or UN agencies (UNICEF, UNESCO) is a big plus;

    • Extensive knowledge of war affected emergency, post-emergency or developing countries in the Middle-East;

    • Excellent writing skills in English, fluency in Arab is a big plus. Working knowledge of Dutch is a plus;

    • Proven track record in design and writing of winning technical programs responding to grant solicitations in a limited amount of time;

    • Excellent relation building skills, diplomatic skills and you are strong in building and maintaining networks;

    • Excellent organizational skills and an eye for detail;

    • Strategic and capable to translate ideas into concrete plans;

    • Ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines;

    • Ability to deal effectively in various cultural and war affected contexts;

    • Result-oriented and determined;

    • University degree in international economics, management, development/ international studies or related field;

    • Willing and able to travel at least once a year to each country in your portfolio;

    • Available for 40 hours per week.

      The organisation

      War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 14 December 2016. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/72107

    Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network!

    The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 15 Dec 2016

    Currently we are looking for a:

    Project Manager - Technology, Connectivity and Infrastructure

    ‘An experienced IT project manager with experience in rolling out technology systems and structures in low resource settings’

    Can’t Wait to Learn

    Can’t Wait to Learn Can’t Wait to Learn (CWtL) proposes new (cost-) effective solutions to the urgent challenges facing education for children in emergencies. By utilising innovative technological solutions with a focus on serious gaming, CWtL builds on concepts which have been successfully piloted in Sudan (e-Learning Sudan) has ambitions to increase the number of children with access to quality education in mathematics in areas affected by conflict in Africa and the Middle East, specifically Lebanon and Jordan. In addition, reading and psychosocial well-being –focused materials will be introduced to the CWtL portfolio during 2016. Developing fresh, interactive materials based on the national curricula, and creating effective partnership structures to distribute these, creates new opportunities for making education accessible to those children who have been excluded from education. Thus, increasing children’s resilience and thereby, preparing them for a positive future.

    Further information can be found at: www.warchildholland.org/cant-wait-to-learn

    Responsibilities

    You lead the development and implementation of the research plan that focuses on determining the technical core of the Can’t Wait to Learn programme, namely:

    • Establishing which technology, products and services are required and best suited to achieve both the trial and scale-up goals of the Can’t Wait to Learn programme;

    • Lead the development of appropriate technical specifications for Can’t Wait to Learn products;

    • Developing a plan to roll out the technical system to support the Can’t Wait to Learn programme goals;

    • Roll out the technical system in all countries in which Can’t Wait to Learn is operational for both the current trials and upcoming scale-up phases.

      Outputs

    • Robust technological infrastructure and requirements plan, with a cost-effective and context appropriate roll-out plan globally, and per implementation country;

    • Appropriate technology infrastructure rolled out in CWTL implementation locations.

      Required skills and experience

    • Relevant tertiary level education in Information Technology, Computer Science or related IT discipline;

    • Proven ability to develop and rollout appropriate, sustainable and cost effective technology systems and structures in low resource settings;

    • Strong project management skills and experience, e.g. overseeing IT projects, writing /reviewing project plans, reporting project status and organizing meetings and demos;

    • A strong ability to conduct market analysis to identify and assess relevant technology partners;

    • Direct experience in working in CWTL implementation countries or similar contexts in development aid and / or technology programmes at senior levels;

    • Significant experience working in multi-partner teams, particularly private / public partnerships;

    • Proven ability to solve problems and leverage appropriate resources to produce quality outcomes;

    • Very strong teamwork and communication skills including presentation preparation and delivery;

    • Strong ability to produce quality work outputs within agreed priorities and to deadlines;

    • Excellent command of the English language, both spoken and written;

    • Knowledge of NGO and/or development sector is preferred;

    • Excellent interpersonal skills;

    • Available as soon as possible for an initial period of six – nine months, with a strong potential for extension based on performance.

      The organisation

      War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 15 December 2016. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/72108

    Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network!

    The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 18 Jan 2017

    Can’t Wait to Learn

    Can’t Wait to Learn (CWTL) proposes new (cost-) effective solutions to the urgent challenges facing education for children in emergencies. By utilising innovative technological solutions with a focus on serious gaming, CWTL builds on concepts which have been successfully piloted in Sudan (e-Learning Sudan). CWTL has ambitions to increase the number of children with access to quality education in mathematics in areas affected by conflict in Africa and the Middle East. In addition, reading and psychosocial well-being –focused materials will be introduced to the CWTL portfolio during 2016-2017. Developing fresh, interactive materials based on the national curricula, and creating effective partnership structures to distribute these, creates new opportunities for making education accessible to those children who have been excluded from education. Thus, increasing children’s resilience and thereby, preparing them for a positive future. Further information can be found at: www.warchildholland.org/cant-wait-to-learn

    Your challenge

    The purpose of the position is to work with the CWTL Programme Manager and CWTL Programme Controller to realise the results and ambitions of the multi-year CWTL programme, according to WCH quality standards and donor requirements. Programme implementation is done via various partner organisations as well as by WCH teams in countries with WCH offices.

    The positon involves strategic partnership development, programme and project planning, project implementation and management of a complex cross-departmental programme in various countries together with other implementing partners and WCH teams. This position is particularly focused on supporting introduction of the programme in new countries.

    Responsibilities

    Programme development, planning, management, implementation and reporting

    • Provide specialised support to in-country teams define and design specific programme plans for new and existing countries within the CWTL Programme;

    • Support the integrate research in the various sub projects to collect evidence for innovative methodologies;

    • Develop processes, tools and guidelines to ensure smooth project management and implementation;

    • Lead the identification and contracting process of appropriate programme partners in each implementation country;

    • Supervise project management and implementation of various (sub) projects in the CWTL Programme.

      Roll-out and up-scale of innovative education interventions at international and country levels

    • Significantly contribute to the development of a roll-out protocol for CWTL implementation in new countries in collaboration with the CWTL programme team and other stakeholders;

    • Be part of the core team, developing and implementing a scale-up strategy designed to foster broad education in emergencies sector acceptance of intervention approach, together with other programme partners;

    • Develop effective strategic partnerships with public and private sector actors to support programme scale-up ambitions.

      Grant management and fundraising

    • Document and share programme results and the potential for replication and scaling-up with relevant stakeholders, including potential donors;

    • Support the WCH CWTL HO team to prepare quality proposals and reports for existing and potential donors.

      Partnership management, networking & sector contribution

    • Ensure buy-in and support from stakeholders, in War Child HO and field, as well as of external partners and donors;

    • Identify important findings and results and share these with relevant partners and stakeholders in the sector;

    • Representing the organisation in relevant (inter)national events, networks and sector groups.

      Your profile

    • Relevant academic degree or studies (international development, conflict or social studies, etc);

    • Extensive knowledge of education in emergencies programming (psychosocial support is an asset);

    • Extensive knowledge of war affected emergency, post-emergency or developing countries;

    • Proven track record in programme- and project management of complex, time sensitive programmes;

    • Experience in developing, methods, tools, programs/interventions and delivering training;

    • Knowledge and experience in M&E and research;

    • Strong planning and organising skills;

    • Outstanding interpersonal skills;

    • Problem solving and can-do mentality;

    • Capacity to juggle multiple stakeholders and keep them engaged;

    • Fluency in English required with professional level French, Spanish or Arabic an asset.

      The organisation

      War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 18 January 2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/73685

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: occupied Palestinian territory
    Closing date: 05 Mar 2017

    “Proven programme developer and manager,with knowledge of child protection, psychosocial programmes and community development”

    War ChildHolland’sprogrammein the oPt

    In the oPt, War Child works with partners to create an inclusive, protective psychosocial care system for Palestinian children and young people affected by violence. We provide a network of support, from community interventions to specialized psychological and legal services. We work with communities, families, parents, caregivers, youth and children, as well as professionals to provide a safety net for children and young people in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza.

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    Your challenge

    Programme management

    You are responsible for programme development and overall programme and grant management. You monitor partners’ programme implementation and report to the Country Management Team on partner compliance.

    Human resource management

    You manage the programme department staff, you are a member of the Country Management Team, and you report to the Country Director.

    Capacity-building staff & local partners

    You develop or source training for WCH staff and partners to support the implementation of the programme. You carry out training and individual coaching for programme staff and local partners and ensure the quality of trainings delivered by staff and partners.

    Representation & networking

    You develop and maintain relationships with local government, UN agencies, other NGOs; donors and communities, among others through representing War Child in coordination platforms and participating in fundraising and representation activities.

    A detailed job description is attached to the vacancy text on www.warchild.nl

    Your profile

    Essential:

    • Open to local and expatriate applicants of all backgrounds, (subject to ability to safely live, work and travel throughout the oPt);

    • Substantial field experience in programme development and implementation (preferably in both humanitarian and development contexts);

    • Relevant academic background (e.g. psychology, pedagogy, social work, social sciences) or equivalent experience;

    • Specialist knowledge of child protection, psychosocial programmes and/or community development;

    • Proven high-level proposal and budget development and report writing skills;

    • Experience in management, training and capacity building of senior and junior staff;

    • Willingness to adapt to multiple roles required to work hands-on in a small but ambitious team;

    • Ability to work in a potentially unstable and politically complex environment, and willingness to travel within oPt, including Gaza;

    • Working knowledge of general finance and HR tools & systems;

    • Excellent written and spoken English;

    • Affinity with WCH’s mandate.

      Desirable:

    • Experience working as a practitioner within child psychosocial and/or protection systems;

    • Knowledge of participatory assessment and community based programming;

    • Spoken and written Arabic;

    • Full drivers’ licence and willingness to self-drive in the West Bank

    • Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research, monitoring & evaluation tools and methods.

    ##**We offer**

    • A challenging job, within a harmonious, enthusiastic and motivated team in the oPt, and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands;

    • The opportunity to make a real contribution to program development and country (and global) strategy in a flexible, inclusive, and creative – but evidence oriented – organisation;

    • The opportunity to work in collaboration with an outstanding Research and Development team at HQ level;

    • A fair salary and comprehensive secondary benefits including:

      • free individual housing and transport (expatriates only);

      • good insurances (including health, travel and disability);

      • opportunities to travel, develop and learn professionally;

    • War Child believes in long-term relationships with staff with regard to career planning and multi-country/programme experience;

    • You will be located in the oPt, based in Jerusalem with travel to locations in the West Bank and Gaza and occasional travel to Amsterdam.

    • The contract for is for at least 1 year in this position, with the intention to prolong. The preferred starting date is March 20th 2017, but is negotiable for the right candidate.

    War Child strives to create an inclusive work environment. Candidates from all backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences who judge that they are able to fill all or most of the essential requirements for this role are encouraged to apply.

    oPt is a family duty station. An expatriate is allowed to bring a partner and children, but will be expected to travel regularly and overnight/s to Gaza, where partner and children cannot accompany.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a CV and a letter of motivation before 5th March 2017.

    Shortlisted applicants will be invited to undertake interviews and a work-related written test in English.

    Make sure to use the following hyperlink to apply: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/76190

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Uganda
    Closing date: 15 Mar 2017

    “Hands-on programme developer and manager,with solid knowledge of child protection and psychosocial programmes”

    War ChildHolland’sprogrammein Uganda

    War Child Holland is starting a refugee response programme in Uganda. Focus of the programme will be on Psycho Social Support possibly combined with Child Protection and Education.

    Your challenge

    Programme management

    You are responsible for overall programme and grant management. You lead the development of new programs and you provide technical assistance to the different projects. You develop and implement strategies with program partner organizations.

    Fundraising

    You develop and implement sustainable strategies with donor agencies. You provide oversight in the management and development of key in-country donor relationships.

    Representation & networking

    You develop and maintain relationships with local government, UN agencies, other NGOs; donors and communities, among others through representing War Child in coordination platforms and participating in fundraising and representation activities.

    Human resource management

    You manage the programme department staff, you are a member of the Country Management Team, and you report to the Country Director.

    In a later stage, the position could include regional tasks in the geographical area of Burundi, Uganda, DRC and South Sudan.

    A detailed job description is attached to the vacancy text on www.warchild.nl

    Yourprofile

    Essential:

    • Post-graduate degree in International Development, Child Protection, Psychology, Education, Social Sciences or equivalent demonstrable experience in relevant fields (social work, community development)

    • Minimum five years senior management experience of development programs with leadership responsibilities

    • A successful track record in initiating, cultivating and securing support from a range of institutional and government donor agencies

    • Strong diplomacy skills; ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with partners, donors and other stakeholders in a sensitive environment

    • Experience of monitoring and evaluation methodologies, tools and systems (participatory methodologies)

    • Excellent English writing ability and verbal skills for project proposals, reports and communications

    • Affinity with WCH’s mandate

    Desirable:

    • Strong technical skills in psycho social support (PSS), or a specialization in Child Protection or Education

    • Knowledge of Uganda and of Great Lakes Region dynamics (economic and socio-political context);

    We offer

    • The opportunity to start up a new programme and to make a real contribution to program development and country (and global) strategy in a flexible, inclusive, and creative – but evidence oriented – organisation;

    • The opportunity to work in collaboration with an outstanding Research and Development team at HQ level;

    • A fair salary and comprehensive secondary benefits and the opportunities to develop and learn professionally;

    • You will be located in Uganda, based in Kampala with travel in-country, occasional travel to Amsterdam and possibly in the region

    • The contract for is for at least 1 year in this position, with the intention to prolong. The preferred starting date is as soon as possible.

    War Child strives to create an inclusive work environment. Candidates from all backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences who judge that they are able to fill all or most of the essential requirements for this role are encouraged to apply.

    Kampala, Uganda is a family duty station.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a CV and a letter of motivation before the 15th of March 2017. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to undertake interviews and a work-related written test in English.

    Make sure to use the following hyperlink to apply: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/76827.

    Kindly mention where you found this vacancy.

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Burundi
    Closing date: 20 Mar 2017

    War Child is looking for a:

    Country Director Burundi

    “Experienced, with excellent people skills”

    War Child Holland’s programme in Burundi

    War Child Holland (WCH) has been working in Burundi since 2008, and is currently implementing integrated psychosocial, child protection and education programming. With both a community based and child rights approach our programmes place an emphasis on creative methodology. In a context affected by violence and political tensions, WCH currently operates in Bujumbura Rural, Bujumbura Mairie, Cibitoke and Bururi/Rumonge provinces. WCH is committed to ensuring that its programming is responsive to the evolving needs of children, young people and communities and works closely with local organisations.

    Your challenge

    Programme

    You are responsible for the realisation of War Child’s country programme. The country strategy needs to be reviewed and finalised in 2017. As the Country Director you will set up structures and systems to lead the transition to the new strategy.

    Fundraising

    Securing new funding is one of the main priorities for the Burundi programme. As the Country Director you will be responsible for building strategic partnerships.

    Security

    Sudden changes in the security context, as well as accessibility in rainy seasons makes working in Burundi challenging.

    You also have the final responsibility for Financial Management, Logistics, Human Resources Management, Security and the overall management of staff.

    Your profile

    • Experienced and inspiring leader;

    • At least 10 years relevant experience in an international/humanitarian context of which 5 years in a senior management position (e.g. as Representative or Country director);

    • Experience in security management and context analyses;

    • Proven experience in the Great Lakes region;

    • Experience in working with local partners and preferably in our field of expertise;

    • Experience in financial management (including management of multiple grants);

    • Relevant academic background e.g. psychology, pedagogy, community development, social sciences, international relations;

    • Excellent communication skills in English and French;

    • Diplomatic with strong problem solving and social skills;

    • Proven affinity with War Child’s mandate.

    We offer

    • A challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands

    • A fair salary and comprehensive secondary benefits that includes free housing, good insurances (including health, travel and disability) and opportunities to develop and learn professionally.

    Job Location: Bujumbura, Burundi

    Contract: At least 2 years in this position, starting with a 1 year contract with the intention to prolong

    Starting date: As soon as possible

    Your team: The Country Director directly manages the Projects Coordinator, the Programme Development Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and the Operations Support Manager

    Burundi is a non-family duty station. The expatriate is not allowed to bring children. The expatriate can bring a partner under the condition that he/she is employed or will be employed by a humanitarian organization.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a CV and a letter of motivation before 20 March 2017. Make sure to use the following hyperlink to apply: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/77129.

    Kindly mention where you found this vacancy.

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  • 03/29/17--04:11: Logistics&Security Manager
  • Organization: War Child Holland
    Closing date: 14 Apr 2017

    JOB OPENING

    War Child Holland is a Dutch Charity International Non-Governmental Organization founded on October 9, 1995 and is registered at the Amsterdam chambers of commerce in the Netherlands. Charity number: 41215393, War Child in South Sudan is registered with the Ministry of Legal Affairs and the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission.

    War Child Holland strives for the healthy mental development of children who have lived through war and conflicts. This will enable them to contribute to a peaceful future. War Child specializes in providing psycho-social assistance to children in former war zones, using all kinds of creative methods. The organization has projects in Juba, Bor, Malakal and Torit

    Job opening

    Logistics and Security Manager

    Position open for:

    South Sudanese Nationals only

    Advertisement date:

    28thMarch, 2017

    Desired start date:

    May, 2017

    Duty Station:

    Juba

    Positon reports hierarchically and functionally to

    Country Director

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    Duration of contract

    7 months with possibility of extension

    Closing date:

    14thApril, 2017

    Purpose

    The Logistics & Security Manager is responsible for all logistics and security functions of War Child Holland in South Sudan. (S)he provides technical support and guidance in the country on the development of proposals, procurement and supply plans as well as management of security in all locations of WCH in South Sudan.

    Position in the organization

    The Logistics & Security Manager is accountable to the Country Director, both hierarchically and functionally

    Provides advice on security matters to the Project Coordinators/FLMs

    Supervises the drivers, logistics assistant and ICT Officer

    Specific Job Description

    1. Procurement & Stock Management

    2. Establish a rigorous, accountable and transparent procurement system in strict compliance with WCH’s Procurement policy, local law and donor requirements

    3. Undertake regular market studies, set up and regularly maintain a database of local suppliers, including track records of past performance

    4. Assist in establishing and implementing procurement plans with all Project Managers

    5. Enforce a zero–‐tolerance policy regarding corruption and ensure adherence to WCH Code of Conduct and Ethical Procurement Guidelines

    6. Assume overall responsibility for all WCH warehouses and stocks through the oversight and monitoring of effective stock management systems;

    7. Identify and equip warehouses for the safe and secure storage of WCH supplies

    8. Ensure regular inventories and spot checks are conducted

    9. Produce stock movement reports according to the WCH Operations Manual

    2.Fleet Management

    • Ensure all WCH vehicles are regularly serviced and maintained when due.
    • Oversee the allocation and daily availability of vehicles
    • Ensure proper recording on fleet management (e.g. log books, fuel consumption etc.) according to WCH Operations Manual
    • Analyze and monitor vehicle usage and running costs to maximize efficiency, prevent fraud and ensure timely program implementation
    • Supervise drivers and ensure adherence to transport and relevant safety standards in compliance with WCH’s Country Security Management Plan
    • Ensure a proper level of preparation before movement on the field, ensure transportation means are adapted, and set movement rules which are adapted to the local
    • Ensure operational follow-up of movements.

    3.Asset Management

    • Ensuring all assets are tagged and listed in the asset management list at the time of procurement with an asset file created for them and that a regular monitoring system is in place
    • Organize the installation of heavy equipment and assets and train staff on their operation & maintenance
    • Ensure the implementation of regular asset verification jointly with Finance team at every three months
    • Ensure systematic process of delivering items from the capital/suppliers to field locations, ensuring full control of movement and receipt of items
    • Ensure administrative and custom requirements are adhered to
    • Ensure proper quality control at expedition and delivery points
    • Identify reliable companies for the transportation of stock and ensure their adherence to WCH Ethical Procurement Guidelines

    4.Security Management

    • Draft and regularly update the Country Security Plan (CSP) for validation by the Country Director and endorsement by HQ
    • Draft Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) adapted to the local context
    • Draft regularly, update and ensure preparedness (check contingency kits, first aid kits etc.). to evacuation and contingency plans in capital and support Project Coordinators/ Field locations Managers in developing contingencies
    • Fill in and regularly update the Risk Analysis Matrix (threat, likelihood, impact, level of vulnerability, level of risk)
    • Set up and control the implementation of mitigation measures and security rules according to the local context and ensure compliance with Minimum Operating Security Standards (MOSS)
    • Carry out security assessments of new WCH facilities, ensure a standard level of facilities protection, and supervise guards.
    • Produce real-time incidents reports within 48Hours after incident.
    • Attend security coordination meetings and update Country Director and HQ on current security issues
    • Use the existing security network, develop it and propose an efficient alert system
    • Develop national staff competences and knowledge on safety and security.
    • Develop the information’s collection and sharing having a collective approach to safety and security

    5.Management of Staff

    • Manages the logistics team at the country office and provides technical assistance to support staff in the different field locations
    • Conducts appraisals and support to staff under his/her direct supervision

    6.Information, network & reporting

    • Ensure WCH and donor compliance rules and requirements are adhered to
    • Responsible for ICT in the country ensuring adherence to the ICT guidelines of WCH
    • Ensure timely and accurate logistics document flow to the Finance and Transparency/Compliance departments as per Finance manual
    • Assist the HQ and Country office teams in the preparation of external audits
    • Prepare regular, timely and accurate logistics reports, monthly, quarterly and annually.
    • Prepare and send security situational reports on a monthly basis to the Country Director and HQ Security Department

    Requirements

    · Education Qualifications.

    · Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in a Logistics and Supply Chain Management studies or in a related field.

    · Expertise in security management is an added advantage.

    · Work Experience

    · A minimum of 4 years of relevant working experience in Logistics and/or security management, preferably with an (I)NGO

    · Competencies required

    · Advanced oral and written skills in English.

    · Intermediate oral skills in Arabic.

    · Social and communicative skills.

    · Planning and organising skills.

    · Strong leadership skills and ability to make decisions.

    · Ability to organize and prioritize work

    · Good sense of following security procedures and experience working in hardship and delicate conditions

    · Demonstrated ability to work in multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships within and outside the organization

    · Result focused and persistent to reach goals.

    · Team player.

    · Flexible.

    · Good reporting skills

    · Affinity WCH mandate.

    · Commitment to child safety

    *Commitment to the vision and goals of War Child Holland in South Sudan including adherence to the Child Safety Policy, is essential.***

    Note: Female candidates with the right expertise are preferred and highly encouraged to apply.

    How to apply:

    Application letters along with an updated CVs with details of three most recent referees, copies of certificates and National ID addressed to the Human Resource Department and be delivered to War Child Holland Office-in TongPing, Juba; opposite Turkish Embassy, you can also drop by email to info.ssdco@warchild.nl . The position ‘’Logistics & Security Manager’’ must be clearly indicated in your subject line of email or on the envelope

    Please note that any application letter received is not returnable and War Child Holland is not obliged to give feedback/notices to none shortlisted applicants.

    War Child Holland South Sudan values your applications, however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


    How to apply:

    Application letters along with an updated CVs with details of three most recent referees, copies of certificates and National ID addressed to the Human Resource Department and be delivered to War Child Holland Office-in TongPing, Juba; opposite Turkish Embassy, you can also drop by email to info.ssdco@warchild.nl . The position ‘’Logistics & Security Manager’’ must be clearly indicated in your subject line of email or on the envelope

    Please note that any application letter received is not returnable and War Child Holland is not obliged to give feedback/notices to none shortlisted applicants.

    War Child Holland South Sudan values your applications, however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 02 May 2017

    War Child believes no child should be part of war. Ever.

    Children have the right to grow up in peace, free from fear and violence. To develop their full potential and become the person they want to be. War Child makes a lasting impact. By protecting children from violence and offering psychosocial support and education. We unleash the children’s inner strength with our creative and involving approach. And inspire as many people as we can to participate in our cause. War Child is both implementing its own programmes and cooperating with a variety of partner organizations in 14 countries around the world.www.warchildholland.org

    Currently we are looking for a:

    Senior Technology Advisor Can't Wait to Learn

    ‘A senior advisor with experience in rolling out technology systems and structures in low resource settings’

    Your challenge

    As the Senior Technology Advisor you will lead research into tools, technology, and innovation used for War Child's Can't Wait to Learn program: www.warchildholland.org/cant-wait-to-learn

    You will be a principal contributor to the technology roadmap that will enable the programme to achieve its goals in the short, medium and long term. You will establish which technology, products and services are required and best suited to achieve both the trial and scale-up goals of the Can’t Wait to Learn programme.

    · Leading the development of appropriate technical specifications for Can’t Wait to Learn products;

    · Serving as technical lead in resolving complex issues during roll out and life of products;

    · Contributing to the coordination of a cross-functional team in the development and support of CWTL products;

    · Identifying, prioritizing and managing key technical changes and risks of CWTL products;

    · Ensuring all technical risks associated with CWTL products are identified and closed or mitigated to enable quality scale-up;

    · Reviewing and submitting all equipment requirement plans along with an assessment of the robustness of the solution to meet the overall needs of the programme;

    · Serving as the senior technical advisor for the product line for the life cycle of the product;

    · Ensuring operations technical readiness for all phases of the programme cycle;

    · Defining and rolling out the technical system in all countries for trials and scale up phases, together with the Project Manager – Roll-Out.

    Required skills and experience

    · Relevant tertiary level education in Information Technology, Computer Science or related IT discipline;

    · Experience in developing product roadmaps for complex technology-assisted programmes;

    · Experience in creating software using scrum or other flexible innovative methodologies;

    · Ability to develop appropriate, sustainable and cost effective technology systems and structures in low resource settings;

    · A strong ability to conduct market analysis to identify and assess relevant technology partners;

    · Significant experience working in multi-partner teams, particularly private / public partnerships;

    · Proven ability to solve problems and leverage appropriate resources to produce quality outcomes;

    · Very strong teamwork and communication skills including presentation preparation and delivery;

    · Strong ability to produce quality work outputs within agreed priorities and to deadlines;

    · Excellent command of the English language, both spoken and written with Arabic or French proficiency preferred;

    · Excellent interpersonal skills;

    · Available as soon as possible for an initial period of six – nine months, with a strong potential for extension based on performance.

    The organisation

    War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 2 May 2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/79263

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 24 Apr 2017

    Currently we are looking for:

    Internal Auditor

    ‘Qualified Auditor with proven experience in International Non-Governmental Organizations’

    Your challenge

    As the Internal Auditor you are responsible for performing internal audits, identifying risks and proposing mitigation measures, and for minimizing the risk of fraud and corruption within War Child Holland. You have an independent position in the organization with a close working relationship with the Operations and Finance Teams. You report to the Managing Director and a dotted reporting line to the Audit Committee of the Supervisory Board.

    • Prepare a periodic audit work plan based on perceived risks, for approval by the Audit Committee;

    • Develop self-assessment tool by country offices and head office departments in order to assess the operational, financial and compliance risks;

    • Develop and maintain internal audit methodology, standards, tools and checklists;

    • Perform and monitor periodic compliance audits with War Child’s internal policies and procedures, as well as with its donor requirements in programme countries and head office;

    • Deliver audit reports with practical recommendations;

    • Report quarterly to the Management Team, Extended Management Team and Supervisory Board about the global compliance with War Child Holland’s and its donor’s policies, procedures and requirements. Initial focus areas are finance, logistics, human resources, information and communication technology, Tax and Legal;

    • Develop an inclusive system of risk management based on the principle of self-assessment in countries and departments;

    • Identify, monitor, rate and propose mitigation measures for risks;

    • Develop and maintain the integrity policy and related tools as an effective instrument to fight fraud and corruption (deterrence, prevention, detection, report; response);

    • Train colleagues to raise awareness about fraud and corruption risks and reporting mechanisms;

    • Investigate (suspected) cases of fraud;

    • Maintain the fraud incident register and report to the Audit Committee and the auditor.

      Your profile

    • Qualified professional auditor (RA/CPA/FCA);

    • Minimum of 5 years of experience with performing audits in international Non-Governmental Organizations (iNGO);

    • Knowledge of and insight in the internal control system, policies, procedures and processes of iNGOs, of the risks and of the implementation in practice.

    • Excellent oral and written expression. Fluency in English and preferably two other languages such as French, Spanish, Arabic and or Dutch;

    • Strong intercultural communication skills,

    • Excellent planning and organizational skills;

    • Analytical, accurate and careful;

    • Willing and able to travel up to 50% to the programme countries;

    • Available on short notice for a full time position;

    • Location: Amsterdam or War Child Programme Country.

      The organisation

      War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.

      How to apply

      Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before the 24th of April2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/79086

      Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network!

      The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before the 24th of April2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/79086


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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 16 May 2017

    ‘Result oriented, service minded with proven experience in fundraising with institutional donors and grant management’

    Your challenge
    As the Partnership and Business Development Advisor you are responsible for
    • Proactively leading the identification of strategic partnerships with institutional and other donors and development/fundraising opportunities in the Middle East region;
    • Build and maintain regional partnerships with those that have the most potential for collaboration on achieving shared goals and objectives and joint resource mobilisation/fund-raising plus enhancing program implementation and scaling up;
    • In collaboration with the Regional Leadership Team and the Regional Technical Advisors, lead the development of regional level and multi country concept notes and project proposals;
    • Coordinating, reporting, administration and compliance for regional-level grants;
    • Support War Child Country Offices with the development of concept notes and project proposals at country level;
    • Lead in identifying and developing Regional tools, templates etc. and support War Child’s Head Office Programme and Grant Management Team to develop organisational-level tools and templates;
    • Leading the development of WC Middle East teams’ capacity on fundraising, donors’ compliance and grant management;
    • Representing WC in regional networking events linked with the core tasks of the position.

    Position within the organisation
    The Partnership and Business Development Advisor is part of Middle East Regional team and reports to the Regional Representative. The Partnership and Business Development Advisor works in close coordination with the Country Representatives and is a shared resource for the War Child Middle East Region Country teams. The Partnership and Business Development Advisor has functional links with the Programme and Grant Management Department in WC Global Office in Amsterdam and in particular with the Grant Management Advisor for the Middle East region. There is no management responsibility required for this position.

    Your profile
    • At least 4 years of field experience in humanitarian or development work;
    • Minimum of 4 years work experience in the area of fundraising with institutional donors and grant and partnership management in the Middle East region;
    • Knowledge of and experience in humanitarian programmes in the Middle East, including the response to the Syrian crisis;
    • Knowledge of and demonstrated experience on partnerships with at least 2 of the following donors: European Commission, ECHO, DFID, USG (including USAID) and UN agencies. Additional experience with other donors such as SIDA, SDC and GAC is desirable;
    • Familiarity with key actors in the Middle East Region and demonstrated experience in developing, building and maintain strategic partnerships with these actors;
    • Proven track record in design and writing of winning technical programs responding to grant solicitations in a limited amount of time; experience with technical programs in child protection, education and or mental health psychosocial support an advantage;
    • Experience in competency and capacity building, including coaching of country teams and partners on grant compliance;
    • Excellent communication and writing skills in English, proficiency in Arabic is desirable;
    • Excellent relation building skills, diplomatic skills and capacity in building and maintaining networks;
    • Strategic thinking and ability to think out of the box in a challenging and ever changing context;
    • Excellent organizational skills and an eye for detail;
    • Ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines;
    • Result-oriented and determined;
    • Proactive and able to work independently with minimal supervision;
    • University degree in management, development/ international studies or related field;
    • Willing and able to travel in various countries in the Middle East up 50% of the time;
    • Available at short notice for deployment at the onset of any humanitarian crisis to support fund-raising and other needs.

    The organisation
    WCH has been working in the Middle East since 2008 on psychosocial support, child protection and education programmes for vulnerable children. WCH is currently working in Lebanon and oPt, this position will be based in one of the two Country Offices or in Jordan. Frequent travel within the region is essential.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 17th of May 2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/80271

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Closing date: 29 May 2017

    Your challenge

    War Child has been working in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since 2003. Due to the protracted nature of the DRC Crisis there is a need to address the root causes of the conflict which are related to social protection (and social inclusion), local governance and democratic dialogue as well as structural issues with the labor market, To this end, War Child developed, in consortium with ZOA (lead applicant) the programme “Tinawezekana, enabling government, civil society and communities addressing root causes of conflict in the Hauts Plateaux de Kalehe”. This programme will run from 01 January 2017 to 31 October 2020 and is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).

    The Programme Manager (PM) is responsible for the management of War Child’s contribution to this programme in coordination with ZOA, the lead agency in the consortium. (S)He will liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders and assuring an integrated approach and quality of the content of the programme. This includes the development of the youth engagement (youth employment and youth civic involvement) approach, , assure coherence with other War Child programmes in DRC and the region, adherence to compliance to the MoFA guidelines, budget monitoring and update grants administration. The PM is expected to gain swift understanding of existing and potential relevant interventions with regards to private sector development and ensure that the developed activities have synergies with the other activities implemented by the consortium.

    Programme Management

    • Lead for War Child the further development and implementation of the ARC programme, including the development of detailed work plans, development of monitoring and evaluation framework, needs assessments, market studies, selection of communities and partners and implementation of agreed activities in close collaboration with ZOA and other key partners and stakeholders;

    • Represent War Child in programme coordination meetings of the consortium and the stakeholders;

    • Monitor programme implementation and measures programme effectiveness;

    • Develop tools and formats for planning, monitoring and evaluation (in close cooperation with the Technical Advisors at HO) focussed on youth engagement and support programme staff and local partners in application of these tools;

    • Ensure programme compliance with donors regulations and in- and external operational and programme standards;

    • Develop and implement internal mechanisms for institutional learning, quality control mechanisms, and programmatic integration;

    • Ensure timely delivery of internal and donor reports to the CD and adequate budget control of the programme.

      Programme development

    • Identify and establish strategic partnerships with diverse stakeholders, including private sector actors and service providers in the region that are capable and willing to implement activities that fit into the Addressing Root Causes result pathway;

    • Develop strategic approaches to youth engagement and entrepreneurial development of youth and identify youth employment opportunities in the programme, seeking to address embedded youth and conflict sensitive issues and promote youth employment, as appropriate, in all phases of program implementation and internal management;

    • Integrate the approach with ZOA’s World Bank interventions on value chain development and potential other interventions related to STAREC. Obtain involvement of the Dutch embassy to stimulate Dutch private sector investment that reinforce the youth employment intervention of the ARC project and integrate the reinforcement of this intervention in a more general policy approach towards donors and relate it to the multi-annual strategy of the MOFA of the Netherlands during political dialogue with the Dutch regional team of the embassy.

      Management and capacity building

    • Provide guidance on youth engagement throughout project implementation, particularly regarding youth participation in the labor market.

    • Train and coach program staff and local partners on a daily basis and builds the capacity of program staff: indicates training needs, and supports training of programme staff and local partners.

    Profile

    • Bachelor's degree in social studies, business, international development, or a related field and 5 additional years of relevant experience;

    • At least 3 years' technical experience in donor-funded youth programming;

    • Experience with youth-focused employment and business programming is highly desired;

    • Experience of competency development including facilitating learning, coaching and supporting learning across multiple stakeholders;

    • Experience with international cooperation and societal and economic developments in Africa and an excellent understanding of livelihood and youth employment, preferably in the Great Lakes region;

    • Understanding of humanitarian principles and established international standards in humanitarian settings, especially children and youth;

    • Excellent understanding of private sector and business development. You have a wide network in the field of entrepreneurship, job creation;

    • Entrepreneurial spirit and working attitude, affinity with project management;

    • Experience of acting in a senior representation role and managing local staff;

    • Experience living and working in complex security contexts;

    • Well-developed negotiation, coaching and influencing skills;

    • Cultural sensitivity

    • Planning and organizational capabilities;

    • Team player and hands-on mentality;

    • Result focused and cost-conscious;

    • Required: fluency in French good working knowledge in English (verbal and written);

    • Commitment to the vision and goals of War Child Holland, including adherence to the Child Safeguarding Policy, is essential.

    Organization: War Child Holland

    Job location: Goma, DR Congo

    Starting date: As soon as possible

    D.R. Congo is an unaccompanied posting.The expatriate is not allowed to bring a partner and/or children. War Child offers a challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands. War Child offers good remuneration and excellent benefits. Please visit our website www.warchildholland.org for more information on the organisation and the programme.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 29 May2017 Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/81089

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 29 May 2017

    General

    The Syria Response Programme Director bears the overall responsibility of the programme and team. The position is part of the Regional Leadership team and is based at the country office in Lebanon.

    Objective of the job

    1) Ensures that the programme is implemented, monitored and evaluated in accordance with the strategy/s. 2) Leads the team, providing regular coaching and support. 3) Represents the programme externally with donors, UN agencies, other INGOs and local partners.

    Position in the organisation

    This position reports to the Regional Representative. The position is the line manager of the members of the programme management team.

    Essential functional relations: Other CRs in Region, Programme Manager (PM), Senior Finance Manager, Management Team Members at HO,, Institutional Fundraising Officer, HQ sub-ordinate managers and support departments at Head Office e.g. Finance, Logistics and HR, regional technical specialists.

    Result areas

    1. Realisation of War Child’s programme;

    · Final and overall responsibility for the implementation of the programme;

    · Guides setting of priorities and overall team planning;

    · Responsible for the overall supervision on Grant Management, including reporting to donors and donors’ relations (see chapter 3);

    · Monitors annual plan and programme implementation in close collaboration with the team and reports to the RR and HO on programme progress and context development

    · Monitors local context developments and leads adaptation/update of the strategy and programme as needed in cooperation with the Regional Leadership Team;

    · As member of the Regional Leadership Team, coordinates with other members of the Regional Leadership Team and contributes to the implementation of the Middle East strategy.

    2. Management and capacity development of staff

    · Manages and develops the Key field team (Programme Manager, Senior Finance Manager, PDA, M&E specialist, staff care specialist) by regularly guiding, coaching, instructing and motivating;

    · Conducts appraisals; team development and discusses career perspectives with key field management staff;

    · Prepares terms of references for key field management staff as needed;

    · Ensures that capacity building of staff takes place;

    · Advises Programme Manager at HQ in recruiting key field management staff (recruited internationally);

    · Recruits key field management staff (recruited locally);

    · Manages well-being of the staff;

    · Ensures a well functioning team and a good team spirit amongst the whole team;

    3. Maintain network of contacts/ representation

    · Ensures appropriate communications, information exchange and sharing within field team and with HO;

    · Main Focal Point for coordination with HO on overall aspects of the programme;

    · Develops and maintains productive relationships with other agencies, donors and media with a specific focus on current donors;

    · Represents War Child in meetings and coordination platforms.

    · Ensures partnerships with local (implementing) partners are well managed by the team

    4. Fundraising

    · Final and direct responsibility for fundraising for the programme by institutional donors;

    · Develops and maintains donor relations;

    · Ensures that proposals for (institutional) donors are drawn up, according to requirements of the donor.

    5. Security Management

    · Final and direct responsibility for security management throughout the programme;

    · Maintains internal and external contacts with relevant parties and authorities related to security in order to be well informed about security developments at all times;

    · Main responsible for political and context analysis

    · Develops/ regularly updates the security plan and ensures implementation by relevant parties and adherence by all staff;

    · In case of serious security incidents, consults the Regional Representative and Director of International Programs before taking decisions (if time allows);

    · Reports to HO on security.

    6. Finance Management

    · Oversees and manages the performance of the Senior Finance Manager;

    · Final financial responsibility, including reporting to HQ (to al large extend delegated to the SFM);

    · Maintains efficient financial control (of cash flows, local payment, etc.), accountability standards, procedures and records (to al large extend delegated to the SFM);

    Profile

    Knowledge & Experience

    · Relevant academic background (social science and management) e.g. International Relations, Social Sciences, Business Administration;

    · Knowledge of and proven experience in the Middle East humanitarian context, familiarity with the Response to the Syrian Crisis is essential;

    · +/- 4 years relevant experience in an international/ humanitarian context;

    · +/- 2 years relevant management experience in an international/humanitarian context;

    · Knowledge of and proven experience in programming implemented by local partners;

    · Knowledge of and familiarity with key actors in the Middle East region, relevant donors, relevant INGOs.

    · Proven experience in capacity development of local teams

    Skills

    · Social and communicative skills for coaching and managing of staff and frequent internal and external contacts;

    · Written & oral expressions skill to be able to write strategy, proposals and reports;

    · Required: English

    · Strong analytical skills and capability to decide in tactical and strategic issues;

    · Strong planning and organisational skills;

    · Able to assess social/ political situations and able to act in a diplomatic way in delicate situations;

    · Strong leadership & solid management skills.

    Attitude

    · Affinity with War Child mandate;

    · Result- focused and persistent to achieve goals;

    · Team player to manage staff and to be part of a team;

    · Creative to think of alternative solutions;

    · Stress-resilient to be able to cope with deadlines and complex problems;

    · Cultural sensitivity


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 29 May2017 Make sure to send your English CV and cover letter to Ahmad.Dhayni@warchild.nl

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Closing date: 05 Aug 2017

    Your challenge

    As the Middle East Regional Education Advisor you are responsible for strengthening educational competencies and capacity in the War Child Holland (WCH) Middle East countries. This includes a focus on War Child’s core intervention programming, through technical support, contributing to the development of regional and country strategies and programs competency building (structured learning, coaching), and surge capacity for emergencies. You will be responsible for ensuring quality and evidence-based programming, in line with War Child’s care system and international and global standards.

    Position in the organisation

    As the Regional Education Advisor you report directly to the Regional Representative for the Middle East. You collaborate closely with the Regional Psychosocial Support Advisor and Child Protection Advisor and with in-country education senior staff. Next to this you have an active role in the War Child global education team.

    Your profile

    • At least 4 years of field experience in humanitarian or development work;
    • Higher Education in Social Sciences, International Development or related fields;
    • Extensive experience, progressively responsible, working on education programming in the Middle East;
    • Knowledge of and experience in Education in emergencies programmes;
    • Knowledge of and experience in the Syria response and relative coordination structures;
    • Understanding of humanitarian principles and established international standards on Education for children in humanitarian settings;
    • Experience of preparing concept notes for fundraising;
    • Excellent understanding of M&E processes and methodologies relevant for Education;
    • Extensive experience of competency and capacity development, including facilitating learning, coaching and supporting learning across multiple stakeholders;
    • Excellent communication and writing skills in English and preferably Arabic;
    • Excellent relation building skills, diplomatic skills and capacity in building and maintaining networks;
    • Strategic thinking and ability to think out of the box in a challenging and ever changing context;
    • Excellent organizational skills and an eye for detail;
    • Ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines;
    • Result-oriented and determined;
    • Proactive and able to work independently with minimal supervision;
    • Willing and able to travel in various countries in the Middle East up 50% of the time;
    • Available at short notice for deployment at the onset of any humanitarian crisis to support Education and other needs.

    The organisation

    WCH has been working in the Middle East since 2008 on psychosocial support, child protection and education programmes for vulnerable children. WCH is currently working in Lebanon and oPt, this position will be based in one of the two Country Offices or in Jordan. Frequent travel within the region is essential.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before the 5th of August 2017.** Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using the following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/82438

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    Organization: War Child Holland
    Country: Uganda
    Closing date: 07 Aug 2017

    Your challenge

    As the Regional Finance Manager Africa you ensure proper financial management and accountancy in War Child Holland country offices in the African region. You will provide advice and support to the finance staff in the region and you perform quality checks and analyses on their accountancy and reporting. An important component of your role is building the capacity of the finance staff in the country offices.

    You will work 30% of your time as Finance Manager for the Uganda program. In this role you will manage a small team of finance staff and you will be responsible for the financial management, accounting and reporting of War Child’s projects in Uganda. This includes preparing budgets and reports for new and existing donor grants.

    The Regional Finance Manager is part of the Regional Team, based at War Child’s office in Uganda, with substantial travel to South Sudan, and occasionally to DR Congo and Burundi. Approximately 20% of your time will be spent in War Child’s office in Juba, South Sudan.

    Your profile

    • Master’s degree in Accounting/Business Administration;
    • A minimum of 6 years of relevant experience in a financial management position within an international non-governmental organisation and a comparable complex international environment;
    • Proven experience in grant management and donor reporting;
    • At least 4 years of field experience in development countries and (post) conflict areas;
    • Social and communicative skills for coaching and leadership;
    • Excellent written and oral expression in English and French;
    • Result focused and persistent, excellent planning skills and a high level of accuracy;
    • Cost-conscious to reach financial targets and guard budgets;
    • Stress-resilient with ability to cope with due dates and complex problems;
    • Flexible and culturally sensitive;
    • Willing to travel in various countries in Africa up to 30% of the time.

    Organization: War Child Holland

    Job location: Kampala, Uganda

    Starting date: As soon as possible

    Uganda is an accompanied posting. The expatriate is allowed to bring a partner and/or children.

    War Child offers a challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the backup of a strong and professional organisation in The Netherlands. War Child offers good remuneration and excellent benefits. Please visit our website www.warchildholland.org for more information on the organisation and the programme.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before the 7th of August 2017. Make sure to upload your English CV and cover letter by using the following hyperlink: http://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/84733

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