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    Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 15 Apr 2018

    Country: Kurdistan region of Iraq / Iraq – Location: Erbil, with regular trips to Mosul, Baghdad

    Duration: 7 to 9 months, renewable according to funding, departure ASAP

    Conditions: Salaried contract, gross monthly salary from €1,800 to €2,300 depending on experience, monthly per diem USD 650, medical coverage of 100% + repatriation insurance + provident fund, accommodation, international and local transportation as part of the mission, break every 3 months. More information on www.trianglegh.org, under "Participate".

    Family duty station: no.

    Presentation of TGH

    "Actor in a sustainable and shared solidarity"

    Founded in 1994, TGH is a French international solidarity organization based in Lyon. The association designs and implements emergency, rehabilitation and development programs in the following sectors: water, hygiene and sanitation, civil engineering, food security and rural development, education and psychosocial. TGH is currently operating in 10 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

    Context

    The Regional conflict in Iraq and Syria will complete its fifth year with no rapid end in sight. It has torn apart families, displacing more than 11 million individuals: more than 7 million inside the country and more than four million who have fled the conflict in search of safety in neighboring countries, including Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt and Iraq, and further afield in Europe (507,421 persons by the end of September 2015). While Kurdistan Region of Iraq is still hosting around 240 000 Syrians, Iraq has seen major displacement of an estimated three million persons within its borders due to the advance of ISIS and subsequent fight to push them out of Iraq.

    The Kurdistan Region of Iraq, hosting 97% of the Syrian refugees within Iraq, is also now host to some one million internally displaced persons, constituting a 25% population increase. Furthermore, the KR-I continues to share frontlines of armed conflict in the “disputed” Iraqi territories since the 25th September Kurdish independence referendum and faces a budgetary crisis which presents serious challenges in the access to services (e.g. education) for displaced and host community populations.

    The defeat of ISIS’s last remaining strongholds in Iraq is now leaving ground for reconstruction. However, in places such as West Mosul that have seen severe destruction or remote areas where services are lacking, returns are not happening fast and Iraqi people are still displaced in IDP camps of Ninewa or the East bank of Mosul. The political and military stalemate between the Federal Government and Iraqi Kurdistan is keeping the tension high along the disputed territories. Iraqi elections are putting an additional level of inter-community tensions as military groups contribute to the political shaping of the areas retaken from ISIS. Intra-community tensions within Iraqi Kurdistan are also on the rise in reshuffling of the political landscape after the October 2016 events and the fall of the two historical leaders of the main parties.

    Presentation of the mission

    TGH worked in Kurdistan from 1995 to 1999 in the education and agriculture sectors to support refugees from Turkey. In 2013, TGH reopened a mission in Kurdistan and conducted several projects in Erbil: WASH in schools, Winterization distribution, Education and psychosocial support. Since 2016, TGH has deployed an emergency response supporting Iraqi IDPs in three camps of Ninewa Governorate (Salamiya 1, Khazer M1 and Nimrud camps) with child protection services. Alongside, TGH is also developing Child Protection and Education in Emergency interventions in returnee villages of Hamdaniya district (Nimrod and Bashiqa sub-districts). . The organization has also been conducting and still developing livelihood activities towards vulnerable returnee households in rural Tel Afar / Hamdaniya districts. TGH has a sub-office in Nimrud village (Hamdaniya district) forcamps and villages operations. More recently, TGH opened a sub-office in Baghdad; and is currently opening one as well in Mosul which will be dedicated to the Mosul / Hamdaniya operations and develop further project in Federal Iraq.

    Job description

    The overall objective of the Finance/HR/admin Coordinator is to ensure the implementation of all administrative procedures and to train the local support team in order to support the current and future projects.

    The Finance/HR/admin Coordinator will be under the responsibility of the Head of Mission. He/she will be managing the national admin team, composed for now of 2 assistants based in Erbil and 1 field officer based in Nimrud. The main responsibilities include:

    FINANCE

    • Guarantee the proper use of funds according to donors and TGH regulations

    • Follow the daily/monthly expenses for all the projects and the coordination

    • Supervise the whole mission expenditures and cash management

    • Ensure checking and validation of the whole mission accountancy

    • Manage all mission budgets, proposal, financial reports, monthly accountancy closure, cash flow forecast

    • Implement a regular voucherisation of invoices on the mission

    • Keep an up to date Allocation Table for the mission

    • Manage the cash flow and cash supply requests to Head Quarters

    • Prepare and conduct financial audits as needed

    • In collaboration with the HoM, assures the link with the financial interlocutors (donors, bank…)

    • Train the Administrative Officer on SAGA, on TGH procedures and on budget follow up

    ADMINISTRATION

    • Ensure that TGH follows the Iraqi and regional (KRI) laws

    • Collect all information about income tax and social benefits, and update internal regulations, work contracts and administrative guidelines accordingly

    • Ensure a clear archiving of all accountancy and administrative documents

    • Provide specific training sessions to the Administration team on the internal HR, admin and finance procedures

    • Ensure, in cooperation with the HoM, that administrative procedures such as expatriate registration, are followed

    • Collect all information and prepare documents for the NGO registration/registration renewal both in KRI and Iraq

    • Ensure legality of expatriates being on the mission both in KRI and Iraq

    LOGISTICS

    In collaboration with the logistics coordinator:

    • Ensure the respect of internal and donors’ purchase procedure

    • Ensure a check on the documentation of purchase procedures

    • Contribute to procurements if required

    HUMAN RESOURCES

    • Collect all necessary information on local labour law and update internal regulations/work contracts accordingly

    • Follow up of the HR database (leave follow-up, employment contract FU etc) for all the projects

    • Supervise and ensure the proper monthly salary payment for all staff

    • Train the admin officer on the regular update of all HR documents (FUs, organigram, leaves etc)

    • Ensure that all HR policies are understood and respected by all staff

    • Validate and coordinate all recruitment process started on a national level

    • Participate to the hiring process of any support staff to be recruited

    • Identify the training needs and organize trainings for the Administration teams

    COORDINATION AND REPRESENTATION

    • Attend internal coordination meetings

    • Attend external inter-NGO administration coordination meetings

    REPORTING

    • As and when needed, contribute to writing financial reports and compiling data for financial reports

    • As and when needed, contribute to monthly reporting to Head Quarters

    • Regularly report to Head of Mission

    This list of responsibilities could be modified according to the needs in the field.

    Security, working and living conditions

    Despite the unstable political context in Iraq and KRI, the KRI region is generally safe and current TGH areas of operation in Federal Iraq are considered safe.

    Erbil city is safe, and there are no restrictions of movement within the city. Much entertainment is available such as restaurants, sport centres, parks, supermarkets, cinema etc. Trips to the countryside are possible at weekends with prior validation by HoM. Security rules may be revised according to the evolution of the context.

    Working and living conditions in Erbil are good. Communication means are satisfying (efficient internet, international phones). The office is separated from the guesthouses. Individual rooms are available for each expatriate.

    Operations in Dohuk, Suleymaniya are subject to the same security condition as for Erbil. Nimrud sub-office is safe and overnight stays are allowed upon agreement of HoM.

    Regular field visits to Mosul and Baghdad are expected for follow-up of office opening and Iraq registration. Security conditions are different from those applied in KRI, and trips must be planned in coordination with HoM.

    Profile

    • At least 1 year experience as Administration/finance/HR manager required in humanitarian context

    • Proven experience in accountancy,financial and HR management

    • Excellent organisational skills, multitasking

    • Fluent in French and in English; Arabic is an asset

    • Writing skills in French and in English

    • Good skills in transfer of knowledge/training

    • Computer skills (including Excel and Word)

    • Working knowledge of SAGA

    • Excellent interpersonal and diplomatic skills

    • Autonomy, rigor and skills for synthesis

    • Adaptation capacities to dynamic context

    • Sense of humour


    How to apply:

    Applicants are invited to send a resume + a cover letter by mail to the following e-mail address: recrutement@trianglegh.org


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    Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
    Country: Central African Republic
    Closing date: 20 Apr 2018

    Pays : RCA - poste basé à Bangui. Déplacements dans la Ouaka (Bambari) et dans la Vakaga.

    Durée : contrat de 12 mois renouvelable

    Prise de poste : mai 2018

    Conditions : contrat salarié, salaire mensuel brut de 2 500 € à 2 800 € selon expérience, per diem mensuel 580 €, prise en charge d’une couverture médicale à 100% + assurance rapatriement + prévoyance, prise en charge du logement et du transport international et local dans le cadre de la mission, repos tous les 3 mois. Plus d'informations sur www.trianglegh.org, rubrique "Participer".

    Possibilité de départ en famille : non.

    Présentation de TGH

    "Acteur d'une solidarité durable et partagée"

    Créée en 1994, Triangle Génération Humanitaire, association française de solidarité internationale basée à Lyon, élabore et met en œuvre des programmes d'urgence, de réhabilitation et de développement dans les domaines de l'eau, de l'hygiène et de l'assainissement, du génie civil, de la sécurité alimentaire et du développement rural, du socio-éducatif et du psychosocial. TGH travaille actuellement dans 10 pays d’Afrique, d’Asie, d’Europe et du Moyen-Orient.

    Contexte

    Considérée comme l’un des pays les plus pauvres au monde (classé 180ème sur 186 par le PNUD en 2012, 62% de la population y vit avec moins de 1,25 USD par jour), la République centrafricaine (RCA) traverse la crise humanitaire la plus grave depuis son indépendance en 1960.

    Suite au coup d’Etat du 24 mars 2013, les changements successifs de régime ont contribué à une escalade des violences intercommunautaires, multipliant les violations des droits de l'homme, les déplacements massifs de population, la destruction de biens et la perte des moyens de subsistance pour la population. La RCA compte aujourd’hui plus de 2,7 millions de personnes ayant besoin d’assistance, soit quasiment la moitié de la population globale. Les besoins prioritaires regroupent la nourriture, les soins de santé, l'eau, l'assainissement et l'hygiène, les abris mais également les articles ménagers de première nécessité. A cela s’ajoutent les différentes fractures sociales, les faibles perspectives économiques.

    Les Nations Unies estiment aujourd’hui que plus de 464 000 personnes auraient rejoint les pays voisins depuis décembre 2013, tandis que le nombre de personnes déplacées internes est estimé à plus 534.000 personnes dont 96.873 en Ouaka.

    Sur le plan sécuritaire, la situation demeure volatile. Depuis septembre 2016, un regain des violences a été observé dans différentes régions de la RCA. La MINUSCA, opération multidimensionnelle des Nations Unies, est notamment en charge de la protection des civils et de la facilitation de l’aide humanitaire. En février 2017, Bambari a été déclaré par la MINUSCA ville sans groupe armé.

    Présentation de la mission

    TGH a débuté son action en RCA en 2007 pour soutenir les personnes affectées par le conflit qui agitait alors le nord du pays. Parallèlement, l’association s’impose depuis 2011 comme l’un des acteurs humanitaires majeurs de la préfecture de la Ouaka, où elle mène divers projets dans les secteurs du développement rural, de l'eau, de l'hygiène et l'assainissement (EHA) et de l'éducation.

    TGH assure aujourd’hui une assistance d’urgence aux populations déplacées et aux communautés hôtes, dans la ville de Bambari, dans l’ensemble des camps de déplacés autour de Bambari ainsi que dans la ville de Ngakobo. TGH poursuit notamment ses activités de construction et d’entretien de forages, de latrines, de réhabilitation des puits sur les sites et en ville, de constitution d’un stock de contingence. Aussi, l’association met en œuvre des projets d’urgence en matière de sécurité alimentaire à travers la distribution de semences et d’outils agricoles, l’appui à la production et la transformation agricoles, la santé animale. Enfin, TGH met également en œuvre des projets de développement dans les secteurs du développement rural, de l'eau, de l'hygiène et l'assainissement et de l'éducation.

    Parallèlement aux activités qu’elle mène dans la Ouaka, l’association intervient en Vakaga dans les secteurs de la sécurité alimentaire, de l’eau, hygiène et assainissement, ainsi que de l’éducation. TGH reste ainsi l’une des deux seules organisations présentes de manière continue dans cette région marginalisée et excentrée.

    Enfin, TGH intervient à Bangui, dans les secteurs de l’éducation et la protection des enfants de la rue de Bangui.

    La mission est financée à hauteur de 4 millions d’euros par différents bailleurs de fonds, dont les principaux sont ECHO, UNICEF, le Centre de Crise et de Soutien, l’Ambassade de France, le FH, le PAM, la FAO, l’AFD, le CIAA.

    L’équipe actuelle est composée de douze expatriés et d’environ 90 personnels nationaux, répartis sur les différentes bases opérationnelles (Bangui, Bambari, Tiringoulou et Birao).

    Poste

    Le/la Chef de mission travaille sous la responsabilité du Responsable de missions basé au siège. Il/elle supervise directement le Coordinateur terrain Bambari, le Référent base Nord-est, le Coordinateur Logistique et Sécurité, le Coordinateur Administratif, l’Assistant Chef de Mission, le Chef de Projet Enfants de la rue.

    Il/elle est responsable de la sécurité sur la mission.
    Il/elle représente l’association auprès des partenaires, bailleurs et des différentes autorités.

    Il/elle suit les besoins et propose de nouvelles interventions et pistes de développement pour la mission.

    Il/elle coordonne les équipes et s’assure de la bonne mise en œuvre des programmes sur la mission.

    Il/elle s’assure du bon dimensionnement humain de la mission et encadre les équipes.
    Il/elle assure la bonne circulation des informations entre le siège et le terrain et s’assure du respect des échéances.

    GESTION DE LA SECURITE

    • Analyser en permanence le contexte politique, sécuritaire et socio-économique du pays et assurer la bonne diffusion de l’analyse et des informations sur la mission et au siège.

    • Actualiser régulièrement et de manière participative les outils de gestion de la sécurité de la mission sur la base des formats de l’association.

    • Assurer la bonne diffusion, connaissance et respect par tout le personnel des règles et consignes de sécurité en vigueur.

    • Garantir, en lien étroit avec le coordinateur logistique et sécurité, ainsi que les coordinateurs régionaux, un niveau et des modalités d’opérations adaptés au contexte.

    • Gérer, en lien avec le siège et si nécessaire l’ambassade de France et les Nations Unies, les incidents de sécurité et les situations d’urgence.

    REPRESENTATION DE L’ASSOCIATION DANS LE PAYS, auprès des autorités nationales, des bailleurs de fonds et des autres organisations internationales (agences UN, ONG)

    • Assurer le respect de la législation nationale pour toutes les activités de la mission.

    • Garantir le suivi des procédures de reconnaissance du gouvernement pour l'organisation.

    • Entretenir et développer de bonnes relations de travail ainsi qu’une bonne visibilité de l’association auprès des autorités nationales et locales, des bailleurs de fonds et autres acteurs de l’aide internationale.

    • Représenter l’association dans les forums de coordination (OCHA, CCO, Clusters UN).

    • Assurer une bonne coordination avec les autres ONG présentes sur le terrain.

    DEFINITION ET MISE EN ŒUVRE DE LA STRATEGIE DE LA MISSION

    • En collaboration avec le desk et les responsables des cellules techniques au siège, définir et/ou redéfinir la stratégie de la mission en lien avec l’évolution du contexte.

    • En lien avec cette stratégie, coordonner et participer à l’évaluation des besoins sur le terrain.

    RECHERCHE DE FINANCEMENTS

    • Evaluer les bailleurs potentiels présents en RCA et leurs stratégies d’intervention.

    • Assurer un lien et une communication régulière avec les bailleurs qui financent les projets en cours.

    • Identifier les appels à projet qui correspondent aux secteurs d’intervention de l’association.

    • Apporter un support à la rédaction des propositions des projets.

    SUPERVISION ET COORDINATION DES ACTIVITES DE LA MISSION

    • Garantir la bonne mise en place et le suivi des activités.

    • Garantir, avec les coordinateurs administratif et logistique, le bon fonctionnement de la mission sur les plans administratif, financier et logistique.

    • Assurer, avec les chefs de projet, les coordinateurs et le siège, le reporting interne et externe de la mission.

    GESTION DE L’EQUIPE ET COORDINATION INTERNE

    • Garantir une bonne gestion des ressources humaines expatriées et nationales.

    • Encadrer et accompagner le personnel en supervision directe.

    • Assurer un système de coordination formelle (réunions, rapports...) sur l’ensemble des bases et animer les réunions de coordination.

    • Assurer des entretiens réguliers avec les membres de l’équipe expatriée.

    • Assurer une bonne ambiance et un bon esprit d’équipe.

    COMMUNICATION

    • Participer à l’information des donateurs et du grand public.

    • Participer à la communication externe de l’association en RCA.

    Ces responsabilités pourront être revues en fonction des évolutions des besoins sur le terrain.

    Conditions de sécurité, de travail, et de vie

    Le contexte sécuritaire instable et volatile impose le respect de règles de sécurité parfois contraignantes. Les déplacements sur le terrain sont possibles mais nécessitent une analyse préalable, et les déplacements en ville ne sont en général pas sujets à restriction, sauf tension en ville. TGH est un acteur humanitaire connu et apprécié dans la zone.

    A Bangui, les expatriés disposent de chambres individuelles dans deux maisons partagées situées sur une concession où se trouve également le bureau. Une connexion wifi est disponible sur toute la base.

    Profil

    • Expérience d’au moins trois ans en ONG, dont au moins deux ans sur des fonctions de coordination sur des programmes d’urgence

    • Expérience en gestion d’équipes expatriées et nationales

    • Expérience en gestion de la sécurité dans un contexte de conflit

    • Expérience en gestion de contrats bailleurs

    • Excellent relationnel, diplomatie

    • Calme, maîtrise de soi, respect des différences culturelles

    • Capacités d’analyse, d’anticipation et de décision

    • Sens de la discipline et de l’organisation, bon esprit de synthèse

    • Aisance à l’oral, bonnes capacités de communication et de coordination

    • Bonnes capacités rédactionnelles en français

    • Capacité à vivre et travailler en contexte sécuritaire instable


    How to apply:

    Les candidats sont invités à envoyer un CV + lettre de motivation par courrier électronique à l'adresse suivante : recrutement@trianglegh.org , à l'attention d'Alexandra Bourdekas, Responsable RH


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    Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
    Country: Ukraine
    Closing date: 19 Apr 2018

    Location: Ukraine – Kramatorsk**

    Duration: 10 months renewable, from May 2018

    Conditions: Salaried position; gross monthly salary ranging from €1,550 to €2,100 according to former experiences; monthly per diem €450; 100% medical coverage + repatriation insurance + provident fund, accommodation, international and local transportation as part of the mission; break every 3 months.

    More information in www.trianglegh.org

    Family duty station: No

    TGH background

    "Actor in a sustainable and shared solidarity" Established in 1994, TGH (Triangle Génération Humanitaire) is a French international solidarity organization based in Lyon. The organization designs, implements and monitors emergency, humanitarian, rehabilitation and development programs in the following sectors of intervention: water, hygiene and sanitation, civil engineering, food security and rural development, socio-educational and psychosocial. TGH currently operates in 10 countries throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Presentation of the mission

    Several evaluations have been held between March 2015 and January 2016, enabling the implementation of four projects since March 2016. The TGH mission is located in Kramatorsk (70km from the Contact Line). Until now, donors chose emergency response to assist population through in-kind distributions (food parcels). The innovative TGH approach based on an electronic voucher system is part of the early recovery process. This approach, valued and endorsed by all stakeholders (donors, beneficiaries and authorities), anticipates the donor strategies’ objectives for 2018, from emergency to early recovery. Lately, TGH implemented the following actions in 3 raions located along the contact line in GCA:

    · Electronic vouchers (vouchers for food, hygiene items or multipurpose)

    · Direct cash transfer (via bank and post offices)

    · Cash for Work (rehabilitation or social work)

    TGH is actively committed in capacity building process of local partners. Upon their partnership with TGH, national NGO bring their field knowledge and jointly work with the TGH team on the projects’ implementation. Finally, TGH is a well-known organization within the Food Security and WASH clusters.

    The mission is currently composed by 6 persons, excluding Program Manager (PM), all based in Kramatorsk.

    A UNICEF proposal is upon approval. The TGH mission will accordingly increase its national team. The project aims at distributing, via a network of a hundred groceries, some electronic vouchers to 35,000 individuals and at implementing a hygiene promotion action in 190 schools all along the contact line.

    Job description

    The PM will have a large responsibility in the capacity building and support provided to local partners. The PM will be assisted by 3 PM assistants, national and English speaking people (to be recruited).

    Program management:

    × Define the operational chronogram of activities;

    × Finalize the general agreement with local partners;

    × Define and approve the questionnaires’ and surveys’ templates and methodologies (towards schools, individuals, and shops);

    × Participate to the communication on the project to the communities and local authorities;

    × Manage the beneficiaries’ lists (upon the vulnerability score calculation, a cross-checking of the lists with other INGOs…);

    × Attend shopkeepers’ training and work on online redeeming software;

    × Ensure regular activities’ follow-up about e-vouchers and hygiene promotion;

    × Ensure the follow-up of program indicators, in accordance with donors’ requirements;

    × Ensure the preparation and the implementation of some post-distribution surveys;

    × Ensure the analysis of collected data and accordingly adapt the program strategy upon results and humanitarian needs;

    × Participate on the donors’ visits and the audits.

    Team management:

    × Recruit and evaluate operational team;

    × Plan, manage and supervise the work of operational team;

    × Organize and lead the coordination meetings with partners;

    × Enhance capacities of staff/local partner, regarding the evaluated needs.

    Reporting:

    × Participate to intermediate/final report writing for donors and Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) reports;

    × Provide regular reports to Head of Mission.

    Internal coordination:

    × Supervise administrative and logistical management of the project with support department and HoM;

    × Ensure budget follow-ups;

    × Plan and manage procurement related to the project;

    × Actively attend the internal coordination meetings, and propose potential improvements related to the overall mission.

    × Participation to proposals’ writing process, with the HoM and the desk.

    Representation and external coordination:

    × Represent TGH to stakeholders, including donors; organisations, WASH cluster, food security cluster, and Cash Working group, etc.;

    × Ensure bilateral coordination with other humanitarian actors in the area;

    × Maintain and develop good working relations and a good visibility of the association towards the civil society.*Security:*

    Ensure compliance with safety rules on-site, and communicate any information related to safety and security to her/his line manager.

    Ensure the application / follow-up of the security guidelines and their update on-site.

    This list of responsibilities could be modified according to the needs in the field.

    Security, working and living conditions

    Security conditions are good, even if trips in the buffer zone require specific attention and prior approval. Kramatorsk is a 200,000-inhabitant city offering all commodities. Distractions are, nevertheless, limited and a few English speaking people can be found in town. The PM will share a 4-room flat with the head of mission, located downtown. The office is at 5 minutes from the flat. The PM will get one vehicle at his/her disposal, which use will be restricted to the oblast. Trips to Kiev (for TGH representation) will be done by train.

    Profile

    • At least 2 years of humanitarian experience in the field;

    • Good writing skills in French and in English;

    • Russian language is a clear asset;

    • Experience in database management and data analysis;

    • Ability to anticipate and take decision;

    • Experience in donors’ contract management;

    • Excellent knowledge of program cycle management;

    • Experience in team management and/or partnership;

    • Experience in volatile security context.


    How to apply:

    CV and cover letter to Laure Maynard, HR Officer: recrutement@trianglegh.org


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    Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 27 Apr 2018

    Duration: 6 months, from May 2018

    Conditions: Salaried contract, gross monthly salary from €1550 to €2100 depending on experience, monthly per diem 650$, medical coverage of 100% + repatriation insurance + provident fund, accommodation, international and local transportation as part of the mission, break every 3 months. More information on www.trianglegh.org, under "Participate". *

    Presentation of TGH

    "Actor in a sustainable and shared solidarity"

    Founded in 1994 from the desire to develop a cross-disciplinary and sustainable expertise, TGH is an International Solidarity Organization designing and implementing emergency, post-emergency and development programs in collaboration with national and international partners (local CBOs, line ministries) through the identification and mobilization of local skills and resources.

    Its action is based on a professional and highly interactive operating mode including several areas of expertise within a comprehensive approach: the programs fall within the fields of water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH), civil engineering (Shelter), food security, rural development (Livelihood), socio-educational and psychosocial (protection). In 2016, its committed teams operated in 11 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Presentation of the mission

    TGH worked in Kurdistan from 1995 to 1999 in the education and agriculture sectors to support refugees from Turkey. In 2013, TGH reopened a mission in Kurdistan and conducted several projects in Erbil: WASH in schools, Winterization distribution, Education and psychosocial support. Since 2016, TGH has deployed an emergency response supporting Iraqi IDPs in three camps of Ninewa Governorate (Salamiya 1, Khazer M1 and Nimrud camps) with child protection services. Alongside, TGH is also developing Child Protection and Education in Emergency interventions in returnee villages of Hamdaniya district (Nimrod and Bashiqa sub-districts). . The organization has also been conducting and livelihood activities towards vulnerable returnee households in rural Tel Afar districts, and is today launching a new livelihood project in Tilkaif district. TGH has a sub-office in Nimrud village (Hamdaniya district) for camps and villages operations. More recently, TGH opened a sub-office in Baghdad; and is currently opening one as well in Mosul which will be dedicated to the Mosul / Hamdaniya operations and develop further project in Federal Iraq.

    Presentation of the project to support and enhance the resilience of the most vulnerable farmers of Tilkaif sub-District, Ninewa Governorate

    The objective of the program funded by CIAA is to implement activities related to livestock and breeding activities in term of animal health. The main activity of this program is the running of a mobile veterinary clinic.

    Job description

    She / He ensures, under the responsibility of the Head of Mission, the good implementation of the activities during the project implementation and is involved in external coordination.

    The main responsibilities include:

    Project management

    • She/he ensures the proper implementation, supervision, monitoring, reporting of the project titled « Improve vulnerable and conflict-affected breeder households’ resilience in Tilkaif district, Ninewa Governorate, Iraq ».

    Logistics and administration

    • She/he makes sure that logistical, administrative and financial procedures linked to the program implementation are established and alerts her/his superiors if gaps are observed in order that corrective action may be taken.
    • She/he participates in budget follow-up meetings, monitors the efficiency in the implementation of the projects (adequacy between means and resources allocated) and informs the superior in case of gap.
    • She/he assists the logistics department in the preparation of the procurement plan at the beginning of the project and follows the procurement process
    • She/he prepares and monitors the cash forecast related to the project in collaboration with TGH Erbil administrative department.

    Internal coordination

    • She/he participates in weekly internal coordination meetings and communicates regularly with the Head of Mission.
    • She/he communicates with the technical referent at headquarters level on the project evolution, the technical problems faced, the potential risks and proposes solutions.
    • She/he contributes to the Internal Coordination Report writing the part dedicated to the project.
    • She/he is involved in providing relevant communication on the project (pictures, video, success stories etc.)
    • Recruitment of the team involved in the project

    Representation and external coordination

    • She/he represents the association as required with donors, partners, local authorities (DoEs, Muktars, Mayors etc.) and stakeholders involved in the implementation of the project.
    • She/he especially maintains good relationship with other UN and NGO actors.
    • She/he participates to FSL cluster meeting

    Reporting

    • She/he drafts reports on CIAA activities (as required).

    Security

    • She/he contributes to efforts aimed at ensuring compliance with safety rules at the site, and transmits all information relating to safety concerns to her/his line manager.
    • She / he strictly follow movement instruction from HoM and coordinates accordingly the project team

    Strategy/Project development

    • She/he participates/organises needs assessments according to the needs and mission strategy discussed with headquarters
    • She/he contributes to the development of new interventions based on identified needs, especially linked to the sectors and areas of the projects she/he is coordinating (livelihood, livestock, cash-based interventions, capacity building of University of Dohuk, etc.).
    • She/he analyzes, collects relevant information linked to the FSL situation in the country and identifies key trends in collaboration with her/his colleagues and headquarters.
    • She/he meets with potential local partners (NGOs).

    Security, working and living conditions

    Despite the unstable political context in Iraq and KRI, the KRI region is generally safe and current TGH areas of operation in Federal Iraq are considered safe.

    Erbil city is safe, and there are no restrictions of movement within the city. Much entertainment is available such as restaurants, sport centres, parks, supermarkets, cinema etc. Trips to the countryside are possible at weekends with prior validation by HoM. Security rules may be revised according to the evolution of the context.

    Working and living conditions in Erbil are good. Communication means are satisfying (efficient internet, international phones). The office is separated from the guesthouses. Individual rooms are available for each expatriate.

    Operations in Dohuk, Suleymaniya are subject to the same security condition as for Erbil. Nimrud sub-office is safe and overnight stays are allowed upon agreement of HoM.

    Regular field visits to Mosul and Baghdad are expected for follow-up of office opening and Iraq registration. Security conditions are different from those applied in KRI, and trips must be planned in coordination with HoM.


    How to apply:

    Applicants are invited to send a resume + a cover letter by mail to the following e-mail address: recrutement@trianglegh.org for the attention of Laure Maynard, Human Resources Officer.


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    Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
    Country: Nepal
    Closing date: 27 Apr 2018

    Country: Nepal - based in Thangpaldhap, Sindhupalchok district (80km from Kathmandu) with travel to Banepa
    (5h drive).

    Duration: 12 months renewable (36 months project)

    Position taken: mid-June 2018

    Conditions: salaried contract, gross monthly salary from € 1,550 to € 2,100 depending on experience, per diem monthly € 400, coverage of 100% medical coverage + repatriation insurance + insurance, housing and transport coverage international and local as part of the mission, rest every 3 months.

    More information on www.trianglegh.org, "Participer" section.

    Possibility of departure with family: no.
    Presentation of Triangle Humanitarian Generation (TGH)

    "Actor of a sustainable and shared solidarity"

    Created in 1994, TGH, the French international solidarity association based in Lyon, develops and implements emergency, rehabilitation and development programs in water, hygiene and sanitation, civil engineering, food security and rural development, socio-educational and psychosocial. TGH currently works in 11 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Context

    On April 25, 2015, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 and an epicenter of 77km north-west of Kathmandu hit Nepal. Two weeks after the disaster, on May 12, a second earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3, whose epicenter was located northeast of Kathmandu has also severely affected the country.

    In total, following the two earthquakes, 39 districts (out of 75) were impacted. The latest reports show 8,857 dead and more than 16,808 injured. 602,257 houses were destroyed while more than 285,099 were severely damaged. More broadly, it is estimated that about 8 million people have been affected by the consequences of earthquakes. National disaster response capacity has not been sufficient to meet the scale of need, and Nepal has called for international assistance.

    Following an exploratory field mission, TGH conducted emergency and post-emergency intervention in villages in Kavrepalanchok district (Bagmati area, central region of Nepal).

    Presentation of the mission

    The exploratory mission led by TGH made it possible to evaluate the humanitarian situation, to meet and coordinate with the various actors on the spot, as well as to carry out a post-disaster needs assessment in the districts of Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok. and Sindhulpalchok. The latter was conducted in collaboration with the local NGO ARSOW-Nepal (Association for Rural Social Welfare), as well as with the Village Developement Committees

    A first project "Emergency Support and Economic Recovery Program, Kavrepalanchok District" was conducted with the support of several donors (Fondation de France, Rhône Alpes Region, Rhône Méditerranée Corse and Adour-Garonne Water Agencies). The project focused on several activities in the following areas: WASH, health, food security and economic recovery. The various actions were carried out in the village of Koshidekha and, for some of them, in 2 other villages (Kharelthok and Sarasyunkharka), in partnership with the local NGO ARSOW. Nepal

    In parallel, ARSOW-Nepal has implemented (thanks to funding from the Fondation de France) a major emergency project and reconstruction assistance (food distribution and hygiene kits, road repair, reconstruction schools and school latrines, irrigation canals, etc.) in Sindhupalchok District (Integrated Project of Global Reconstruction).

    As the first emergency phase is about to end, TGH conducted with its partner ARSOW-Nepal in May 2016 an assessment of the needs that are still present, and mainly on the reconstruction of community infrastructures, on the themes of access to water, hygiene and sanitation, and the social and economic reconstruction of the population.

    A second phase of the Integrated Global Reconstruction Project started on 1st September 2016, for a total duration of 36 months. It is part of the continuity of the project set up by ARSOW.

    It proposes post-earthquake reconstruction through an integrated approach, ensuring the reconstruction of houses and infrastructure, WASH activities (water, hygiene and sanitation) and support for economic recovery in targeted villages with special attention provided to the most vulnerable.

    This new project aims to strengthen the resilience of populations. The implementation of this project will follow a participatory methodology, integrating both the beneficiaries themselves and the government institutions through steering committees.

    TGH is the bearer of the project vis-à-vis the donors (Fdf and AFD) and the Nepalese government. The local partner ARSOW-Nepal is in charge of the implementation of the activities is. As such, a capacity building component of our partner is also included in this project.

    The population of the four targeted villages (Thangpaldhap, Thangpalkot, Gunsakot and Bothang - each separated by 1 to 2 hours of walking) represents about 17,000 people, of whom about 13,000 will benefit directly from the project.

    Job description

    The TGH Project Manager (PM) works under the responsibility of the Head of Mission (HoM) and in collaboration with:

    · An architect / civil engineer, who will also be based in the field (Thangpaldhap);

    · Experts coming from time to time to provide support (admin, log, WASH, food security, etc.);

    · ARSOW project coordinator who manages the implementation teams.

    The mission of the PM is divided into three essential tasks:

    1. Contribute to the proper implementation of activities in accordance with the provisional timetable;

    2. Build partner capacity (ARSOW-Nepal coordination team in the field);

    3. Ensure the coordination of the project between TGH, ARSOW-Nepal partner, and the local authorities.

    4. Contribute to the proper implementation of activities in accordance with the provisional timetable

    The PM will be the guarantor of the implementation of the project in accordance with the objectives of the project, in cooperation with ARSOW-Nepal partner.

    He / she will also be responsible for coordinating the ARSOW-Nepal team and the TGH team at the Thangpaldhap base, taking into account that he will be the direct supervisor of the architect / engineer

    He / she will coordinate the project internally between the Thangpaldhap and Banepa offices.

    He will take part in the drafting of the donor reports.

    Project management

    ü Validation of the monthly schedule and dissemination;

    ü monitoring indicators monthly and dissemination;

    ü participation in strategic choices with the HoM and the HQ technical referents

    Logistics

    The PM will participate in the coordination of the field logistic part (in support of the local logistician ARSOW-Nepal) namely:

    ü Validation / transmission of BoQs and purchase requests;

    ü monitoring local purchases in accordance with logistical procedures and in coordination with BNP (Banepa) logistics;

    ü supervision of stock tracking;

    ü supervision and monthly validation of stock monitoring and dissemination to BNP (TGH);

    ü supervision and monthly validation of the inventory and dissemination to BNP (TGH);

    ü follow up of purchase requests and weekly send a PR follow up to ARSOW BNP log office;

    ü validation and monitoring of visibility plans;

    ü monitoring of the field safety context and dissemination of information to the HoM

    Financial

    ü Validation of budget lines in purchase request;

    ü validation of budget monitoring (field line);

    ü validation of the forecast (field line);

    ü validation of the supply request (field line).

    Implementation of activities

    ü Organization of a monthly meeting with the project managers and a weekly meeting with the ARSOW field coordinator;

    ü draft monthly activity monitoring report with indicators and dissemination;

    ü monitoring activities in accordance with project objectives and Nepali government requests;

    ü capitalization of the documents related to the activities;

    ü coordination with stakeholders (national and international);

    ü coordination with the auditors appointed by FdF (CraTerre, URD).

    1. Build partner (ARSOW-Nepal) capacity (coordination team in the field);

    The responsibility of the TGH PM will be to support the ARSOW Field Coordinator and M&E in their respective tasks while strengthening their capacities (project management, monitoring and evaluation of activities etc.).

    ü Development of a field action plan based on ARSOW's overall capacity building action plan;

    ü Implementation of the work and communication system proposed by Argon Consulting, consulting firm ;

    Training for the technical team of our partner ARSOW-Nepal being planned as part of the project, the TGH PM will also participate in the development of the training plan.

    1. Ensure the coordination of the project between TGH, ARSOW-Nepal partner, and the local authorities.

    The TGH PM will be a driving force in the coordination of the project between ARSOW-Nepal partner and TGH. In addition he will have a role in coordinating with the local authorities (village and district).

    ü Participation in local coordination meetings (preparation, and minutes)

    ü Preparation of steering committees with local authorities and representatives of the different groups of beneficiaries and dissemination of the report.

    1. Project development

    The PM may at any time make proposals to develop the project for a search for new funding and to participate in the writing of project proposals.

    These responsibilities can be reviewed in the light of changing needs on the field.

    Security, work and life condition

    The accommodation and office are based in Thangpaldhap, where ARSOW-Nepal and TGH have a field office.

    Housing and office in Thangpaldhap (1,300 m above sea level) are shared with the ARSOW-Nepal team. Given the small number of houses, the living conditions are relatively basic. During the rainy season (June-September), roads being cut, it is not possible to make the entire journey by vehicle, nor to envisage a regular supply of food products other than those available locally (rice, beans and vegetables). Nevertheless, the site of the project is very pleasant (welcoming population, mountains, rice terraces, etc.) The winter, although less harsh than in France, is however difficult because the houses are neither insulated nor heated.

    Travel between villages is by car or motorbike but it is also possible (depending on the configuration of certain villages and access conditions) to be able to access it only on foot (1 to 3 hours of steps) and having to bivouac at night in a village before returning to the base at Thangpaldhap.

    Regular shifts are expected in Banepa, where the main office of TGH and the headquarters of ARSOW-Nepal are located and in Chautara, chief town of the district where the local authorities are based. Given the rainy season, these trips will be less frequent from June to September.

    The district of Sindhupalchok and the city of Banepa are places where there is little expatriate presence. Most trips are by motorcycle or on foot.

    There is no security risk in the intervention zones, and more generally in Nepal.

    Profile

    • Desired experience of at least 2 years in a project management position in response to a humanitarian crisis;

    • Good knowledge of the humanitarian environment, in particular of the institutional functioning and the donors;

    • Experience in managing a project with a local partner and through transfer of competence;

    • Good writing skills in French and English;

    • Fluency in English, written and oral;

    • Proficiency in computer tools (at least Excel, Word, Internet / Outlook, Google Earth);

    • Knowledge in geographic information tools (QGIS type) and data collection (KoBo Toolbox type) are a plus;

    • Financial management, administrative skills;

    • Ability to analyze, anticipate, sense of organization, good thinking skills;

    • Excellent interpersonal skills and diplomacy;

    • Fluency, good communication and coordination skills;

    • Ability to work independently;

    • Knowledge and interest in Nepal and its culture is a plus;

    • Ability to accept basic comfort level;

    • Motorcycle license desired;

    • Minimum physical fitness to reach different project sites (walking in mountainous area).


    How to apply:

    Please send a CV + cover letter by e-mail to the following address: recrutement@trianglegh.org to
    Mrs. Laure MAYNARD, HR Officer.