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Consultant (Humanitarian)
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: HumanitarianProgram Implementation LOCATION: Northern Shan RegionNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 3: the role holder will have contact with children andor young people either frequently e.g. once a week or more or intensively e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight because they work in country programs or are visiting country programs ore because they are responsible for implementing the police checkingvetting process staff.Consultancy Role: The Consultant will deliver a 5 day training of both simulation and classbased WASH and CP in Emergencies training for SCI staff, partners and CBOs who, in their substantive role, have a focus on WASH response, within a development context. The key deliverables would be to develop a training agenda and content in line with Save the Childrens emergency framework, preparation of teaching materials such as handoutsPowerPointstraining aids, delivering and facilitating sessions, conducting training evaluation and submission of final training reports and feedback will includes in this consultancy role.Introduction:Myanmar is prone to frequent and varied natural disasters and sudden onset crisis impacting many different locations of the country. SCI is currently providing humanitarian assistance in protracted crises in Rakhine, Shan and Kachin states and implements development programs in most parts of the country. The Humanitarian Units activities span across a wide variety of sectors including: Child Protection, Education, Food, WASH, Nutrition, Food Security and Livelihoods. However, the country office needs to be prepared and ready to respond to any new crisis in our current humanitarian areas of operation but also in other parts of the country which have traditionally been delivering recovery and development programming.Particularly, Northern Shan is very critical situation, conflicting frequently between Myanmar Army and ethnic armedgroup and this sequence leads to happen displaced people to safe place. Even the needs and gap are identified, response are rarely on time due to geographical constraints.Capacity Building of internal staff, partners and CBOs are part of the Humanitarian team objectives where the focus of trainings will be either technical sector specific first phase response trainings or operational response management training.Purpose of Consultancy:Aims and ObjectivesThe consultancy is intended to deliver a simulation and classroom based Emergency response training in 2018. The consultant will develop, lead and manage the overall delivery of the 5 day training of national staff, partners and CBOs in NSS. The training is planned for five days and the consultancy is required to cover the relevant topicssession in order for participants to be able to understand and apply the concept of the following.Overall purpose Capacity building on emergency response for internal staff, local partners and CBOs in order to response in timely manner. The Key tasks Desk review on existing training documents and discuss with respective programme staff to align with training expectation. Identify a proper training tools and facilitation model in order to actively participate into training. Develop 5 Days Training Module to train the staff, partners and CBOs. Evaluation of the training is expected by having the training pre and posttest and the participants knowledge improvement result is expected to include in Consultancy Report. The cores WASH activities implement in the first phase of different emergencies contexts such as water treatment and sanitation, hygiene promotion and setting up emergency water supply etc. To deliver training through a variety of learning methodologies including simulation, group work, case studies and classroom based using different resources, teaching aid and methods to provide an intensive training enabling WASH practitioners to be equipped to respond in emergencies in Myanmar.Outcomes A detailed training plan, demonstrating the methods of delivery anticipated Content overview, anticipated learning outcomes and anticipated barriers to success An expected budget breakdown including prepare and to write the training report, to consolidate with the team and delivery the training and associated costs.Activities Vs timescales Desk review on the existing document and identifying the training method and tools 2 days Training delivers 5 days Pre posttest review and meeting with SCI respective senior staff 1 day Finalising training report 1 daySCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Humanitarian Senior Program ManagerTravel: Occasional up to 7 days every month

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (Lead Researcher,Social Media & Youth)
Company: Save the Children International

JOB TITLE: Consultant Lead Researcher, Social Media YouthTEAMPROGRAMME: Communications, Advocacy, and Campaigns Department LOCATION: Yangon, Myanmar multiple locationsNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 3: the role holder will have contact with children andor young people either frequently e.g. once a week or more or intensively e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight because they work in country programs or are visiting country programs ore because they are responsible for implementing the police checkingvetting process staff.Consultancy Role: Lead and conduct a scoping study examining the impact of social media usage on youth living in conflictaffected regions, with a focus on understanding issues of hate speech, propaganda, fake news, rumours, and incitement to violence. The scoping study will mostly be qualitative in nature and use childfriendly participatory methods to increase our understanding of how youth engage with social media, and the impact that hate speech, propaganda, and fake news may have on their attitudes and behaviours on and offline. The scoping study will be used to inform the development of youthfocused digital and media literacy materials to support good digital citizenship, foster critical thinking skills, and encourage empathy and tolerance online.INTRODUCTION:In Myanmar, of all the changes that have taken place over the past five years, one of the most impactful has been the dramatic increase in public access to the internet. While connectivity rates in Myanmar are now extremely high, 78 of internet users are said to have poor digital literacy skills due to their lack of previous experience with digital media. Likewise, the problems faced by countries with prior access to digital tools are now migrating to Myanmar, including the use of social media for cyber bullying and the creation and sharing of hate speech and fake news all of which are linked closely with poor digital literacy. Most worrying is that this has also been linked to recent outbursts of violence in Myanmar.While these negative aspects of digital connectivity provide challenges, they also present opportunities for the emergence of Myanmars digital citizenship, which has the very real potential to play a key role in promoting peace and harmony. We believe the key to preventing hate speech in Myanmar is its people and particularly with its youth who must be given the tools they need to participate and help nurture healthy digital civic spaces. The findings and recommendations from this scoping study will inform the development and creation of child and youthcentered media and digital literacy tools that will help foster critical thinking skills, encourage empathy and tolerance online, and support youth to be good digital citizens. The scoping study will help contextualize the digital tools to the Myanmar context, while ensuring that they will resonate with Myanmar youth.The geographic scope of the study is open and will be informed by the desk review. The scoping study will most likely take place in conflictaffected regions of Myanmar in Rakhine, Northern Shan, Kayah, andor Kayin States where SCI is currently implementing programming.The scoping study will gather the views of youth and important people from their communities including parents, teachers, and community leaders. Some of the key questions that will guide the scoping study may include:1 How do youth perceiveview Facebook and other forms of social media Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, WeChat, WhatsApp, blogs, etc. How do youth use different types of social media, and for what purposes2 What kinds of online content and social media messages are youth sharing, and why What barrierschallenges do youth face in using social media3 How do youth think social media impacts on their thoughts, feelings, behaviours andor attitudes What kinds of impacts does social media have on their psychological wellbeing 4 Do youth trust what they see and read on social media Why or why not Do they check the accuracy of the information they receive online, and if so how How do youth judge the accuracy or truthfulness of online content and social media messages5 Do youth feel that what they do on social media has an impact What kinds of impacts6 What are the most common forms of hate speech and threat narratives in Myanmar What are the experiences of youth regarding hate speech on social media, and how does it make them feel What do they think of it and how do they react to it How does hate speechpropagandafake news impact on their behaviour and attitudes Does it lead to feelings of outgroup bias7 What has been the impact so far of local antihate speech campaigns such as Panzagar flower speech on Facebook Who can be positive influencers for youth onlineThe scoping study must incorporate the following elements: Participatory. Research must be carried out in a manner that maximizes participation and which is grounded in an empowerment perspective. Research activities can include traditional research methods such as focus group discussions and key informant interviews, but these must be structured in a way that allows participants to move beyond being research subjects and become actual participants in the research process at all stages. Incorporating a learning component for participants is an essential component of the research process the use of innovative methodologies is highly encouraged. Aside from youth ages 1425 years old, other key participants may include parents, teachers, community groups, religiouscommunity leaders, and CBO and CSO members. Childsensitive. All members of the research team must undergo training in childsafeguarding and child participation prior to engaging with childrenyouth. Research must adhere to childsafeguarding principles including do no harm. The wellbeing of children is prioritized and they are not put under any situations of harm or distress. Gendersensitive. Research should be done in a manner that is respectful of existing gender norms and practices, and which accommodates the differing needs of women, men, boys and girls. When possible, findings should be sexdisaggregated. Conflictsensitive. Research should be grounded in principles of conflict sensitivity, and include stakeholders and participants representing all key ethnic groups Rakhine, Rohingya, Kachin, Shan, Bamar, Taang, and others.PURPOSE OF CONSULTANCY:The lead researcher will be responsible for driving this scoping study and will be expected to meet the main objectives and deliverables outlined below.Main Objectives:1. Conduct a desk review of social mediarelated research that has already been undertaken in Myanmar. Organizations such as Phandeeyar and Search for Common Ground have already conducted social media research, so this scoping study should complement work that has already been done. The scoping study should help fill gaps in understanding and provide a more comprehensive picture of the digital landscape in Myanmar, with a specific focus on youth and the impact of negative online influences on youth.2. Design a gender and childsensitive methodology with associated research tools for the social media scoping study. The methodology must incorporate child participatory methods, and the research tools should be adapted to youth and adult audiences. The research tools must be piloted and adapted accordingly prior to data collection.3. Train the research team including two national researchers, SCI field staff, and CSO partners in the methodology and in participatory research skills. The lead researcher will also oversee fieldbased data collection in the two chosen research sites. The social media scoping study should try to address the questions outlined above, as well as explore other lines of inquiry that may organically arise.4. Ensure that sound data collection protocols are adhered to, and ensure translation of data into English.5. Clean data and undertake a preliminary analysis before submitting all data files and preliminary analysis to Sydney Universitys Cyber Psychology Department for further analysis and final writeup.Key Deliverables:1. Desk Review.2. Research Methodology and Tools.3. Research Skills Training Workshops for research assistants, SCI field staff, and CBOCSO partners.4. Data files ready for analysis.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: PCiC Advisor, in close collaboration with Head of Programs, Communications, Advocacy, and Campaigns.Travel: Based in Yangon, with travel to two research sites contingent on travel authorizations.Timeframe of consultancy: 35 working days with possibility of extension based on research needs: 5 days for desk review, 7 days for designing the methodology and tools, including consultations with key stakeholders 2 days piloting the methodology 2 days research training workshops 15 days of fieldbased research in two research sites 4 days for cleaning data and preliminary analysis negotiable.Key Areas of Accountability: Write desk review. Lead the development of a sound methodology and associated tools. Ensure adherence to protocols around participation of children in research. Supervise national research team. Ensure meaningful participation and feedback of key stakeholders. Lead the collation of data.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Mother-Tongue Based Multilingual Education Consultancy (MEC)
Company: Save the Children International

Purpose of Consultancy: Support the Senior Management Team SMT to draft the SemiAnnual Report based on quantitative and qualitative inputs from ethnic education partners as well as MEC staff Support SMT to draft Annual Operational Plan on the basis of partners program priorities Support drafting of concept notes, strategy documents, education frameworks documents Support drafting responses to Steering Committee as guided by MEC Director Support ME and Planning teams with information systems updates and tracking tools alignmentTimingThe consultancy will cover the time from 1 December 2018 to 31 Mar 2019 with a maximum of 60 working days.SCOPE OF ROLE:Line Manager: MEC DirectorTechnical Supervisor name and job title: MEC DirectorTravel: Currently no expectation to travel to program areas but rather attend partner meetings in Yangon.Consultancy Role:In collaboration with the Directors and the wider MEC team, the consultant will be responsible for: Produce, input, revise strategic documents, such as, but not limited to, strategies, concept notes, frameworks ongoing through the consultancy periodo Review policy engagement and advocacy strategy deliverable by 15 Dec Produce Planning document followups and overall responses to the Steering Committees queries as they arise, and as instructed by Director of MECo Produce a public version of the Annual Report 20172018 for public consumption, to be uploaded on MECs webpage deliverable by 22 Dec Support ME and Planning teams as required, for instance with PMEL operationalization, tracking tools alignments, information systems ongoing through the consultancy period Prepare reporting framework and planning for semiannual report Dec 2018 Mar 2019 Produce semiannual report June Nov 2018:o Draft and agree on Table of Contents deliverable by 15 Deco Incorporate learning based on observation from field visits deliverable by 22 Deco Read, analyze and query partner reports deliverable by 7 Jano Discuss with MEC and partner staff to clarify content deliverable by 14 Jano First draft deliverable by 21 Jano Final draft deliverable by 28 Jan Public draft deliverable by 31 Jan Prepare reporting framework and planning for Annual Operational Plan 201920o Draft and agree on Table of Contents deliverable by 15 Febo Incorporate strategic direction of partner plans deliverable by 28 Febo First draft deliverable by 15 Maro Second draft deliverable by 31 Mar

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Head of Monitoring,Evaluation & Learning
Company: Save the Children International

Technical Program Delivery and Quality Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Learning Manage the implementation of the MEC ME framework with inputs from partners, local authorities, MEC staff, Steering Committee and development partners Cooperate with complimentary education partners to design appropriate methods for setting up and running monitoring and evaluation and ensure the collection of comparable ME data across all partners according to agreed progress markers via the outcome journal tool Coordinate and support programwide assessments to follow up and compliment the baseline data where needed Reinforce the Partner Activity Tracker based on the MEC log frame and ME plan to quarterly track, document, and display where the MEC program stands with regard to its indicators and shows progress achieved towards the planned indicator targets Identify and add qualitative indicators to the MEC results framework to fill in information gaps not covered by existing quantitative and qualitative indicators Design, plan and facilitate joint annual review, reflection and learning meetings for different implementing partners to monitor progress, share and reflect on effective approaches, lessons learned and adapt the MEC design to reflect on identified changes Prepare and submit quarterly monitoring reports to the SMT and MEC steering committee on the progress of targets of the results framework Lead the midterm evaluation process of the MECs work in 2019 Ensure that appropriate ME mechanisms, tools and events such as outcome journals, strategy and performance journals, school and activity monitoring tools, reporting templates and reflection and learning meetings are planned and implemented in a timely manner, so that monitoring and evaluation enables learning, and informs adaptive implementation and strategic direction across MEC and partnersCapacity Building and Technical Support to Complementary Education Partners Ensure that the MEC ME team and implementing partners are updated and understand the ME strategies and approaches such as outcome mapping and outcome harvesting Support the complementary education partners to strategize, develop and implement their own ME plans, systems and processes Manage and support the ME capacity development plan of partners, which ensures adequate technical support to partners to effectively monitor and evaluate their activitiesTeam Management and Development Directly manage the MEC ME team based in Yangon with frequent field visits Manage the team members clear roles and responsibilities in relation to tacking progress on the implementation of the MEC results framework including MEC and Partner ME systems Ensure that the ME team with support from PPMEL Director and external consultants proactively build and maintains technical skills and competencies required to ensure availability of reliable, timely and evidence based data and information Ensure the effective use of the MEC HR Performance Management System including the establishment of clear, measureable objectives, ongoing feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased staff evaluations, and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities Support the recruitment of appropriate ME consultants and work with consultants for different technical areas of MECs results frameworkProgram Growth and Learning Ensure learning from MEC and partners program implementation informs program strategies and objectives and support the development of MEC key documents including Annual Operational Plan AOP, Annual Report AR and Quarter Progress Reports QPR, format to be developed to SMT and SC Collaborate closely with the EPAC, PP and FoG teams to ensure program learning informs thematic strategies, plans and initiatives of MEC and partners Ensure that all partners have detailed log frames linked to the MEC log frame and that MEC and partner evidence based learning feeds into future program design Maintains links with relevant SCI incountry and regional ME advisors as well as contribute to regional and global sharing and learning Ensure that MEC semiannual and annual reports and other publications on are of high quality and informed by evidence based data and information from partners and other stakeholdersKnowledge Management, Communication and Representation Synthesize, analyse and present data collected by the partners and share the information with the MEC Senior Management Team, Steering Committee and other key stakeholders Present and disseminate MEC ME findings and learning clearly and succinctly, both orally and in writing, to MEC staff, implementing partners, SMT and donors Proactively share ME lessons learned through the Education in Ethnic States and Regions Working Group EESRWG and the ITADDANIDA initiated ME networking group to learn from other development partners as well as promote wider dissemination and adoption of the MEC effective approaches towards complementary basic education Represent MEC at national and international events on ME and learning and proactively explore opportunities to engage in ME practices informing and improving MEC and partner monitoring, evaluation and learning and wider program impactGeneral Promote and support a strong collaborative team culture across the wider MEC team to strengthen the implementation and further development of areas within monitoring, evaluation and learning with partners Additional responsibilities as agreed with the PPMEL DirectorChild Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that child safeguarding and child protection mainstreaming are integrated into all ME frameworks through measurable output and outcome indicators and lead the process of piloting and scaling up local level beneficiary complaints mechanisms in relation to staff conduct, with an emphasis on the Child Safeguarding Policy and measure to prevent sexual exploitation of women and children.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (Phase one end line KPC evaluation)
Company: Save the Children International

The consultant will conduct phase one KPC evaluation of ongoing SDC PHC project by: Carrying out deskreview of relevant project documents, including project proposal, logframe, and other relevant documents including baseline KPC protocol. Design the study protocols inclusive of methodology, study toolkits, training packages for enumerators and data entry personnel, field work plan schedule, data management plan etc. Train the survey field staff supervisors, interviewers, data entry personnel who will be recruited by the consultant. Consultant will lead the process of finalizing questionnaire design with technical input from Save the Children. However, conducting pretest and incorporating required changes should happen during enumerator training, and this would be led by consultant. Develop procedures for quality control during data collectiondata entry Conduct field study through the survey field team and the consultant will overseemonitor the process of data collection and provide on the job mentoring and support Perform clean data entry using appropriate software and tabulations and run analysis using a suitable software Analyze and interpret the findings and share the preliminary findings of the study with Save the Children health team for feedback Develop and submit the first draft of the study report and carry out a debrief with Save the Children health team through a presentation to ignite further discussion and insight that will help the consultant to finalize the writeup Submit the final report to the Project ManagerExpected deliverables OutputsDeliverables1. Proposal2. Ethical Approval if any3. Protocol including questionnaires and decision making tools4. Training including Pretest5. Final Protocol6. Field Data Collection7. Clean and Validated Data Set8. Analysis9. Report

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Programme Support Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Administration: Assist SPOFOM for regular payments such as office rent, utility charges for water and electricity andperiodical payments as and when required Assist SPOFOM to make sure all vehicle in the field office are insured Accommodation booking, car ticketing and other logistical arrangement in the field office Assist in proper allocation of workstations, furniture and equipment in office buildings Managing stationery supplies, office supplies, staff house supplies in assigned office Make sure office machines e.g generator and equipment including communication and IT devices are wellfunctioning at all time Assist SPOFOM logistical arrangement such as finding venue, arrangement of refreshmentfood, procurementof stationeries etc.., for internal staff capacity trainings and workshops.Human Resources: Assist SPOFOM in field office recruitment process in advertising and contacting for interviews. Keeping daily attendance records and submit compiled monthly report to SPOFOM. Make sure leave request letters are properly recorded and are match with daily attendance sheet. Assist Regional Operation Coordinator and SPOFOM to ensure staffs employment related file such aspersonal information, contracts and documents are updated and file properly Prepare payroll information and send to headquarters Monthly Staff List updating Keep record for income tax payment of staff Communicate with Regional Operation Coordinator and Yangon HR team for staff capacity developmentand trainingLogistics: Assist in procurement activities in the Field Office are in compliance with SCI Logistics Policies proceduresand guidelines and make sure to have best value for money in procurement. Assist SPOFOM to receiving, dispatching and recording of any incoming and outgoing stock movement ofregional to field office and then to respective teams. Handling fuel issue for both vehicles, generators and fuel stock in Out in Log books with assigned guardsunder close supervision by SPOFOM. Checking the log sheets of the vehicles generators on daily basis with drivers and guards. Assist SPOFOM to ensure the daily check lists of vehicles and generators with the driversecurity guards Motorbikesgenerators repair and maintenance when necessaryFinance Manage and assist for financial task and assigned respectively office in collaboration with Regional FinanceCoordinator and SPOFOM. Checked all expenditure with necessary supporting documents depend on requirements Assist to RFC and SPOFOM depend on each expense checking and data entry. Support to RFC and SPOFOM for checking vouchers process depend on needed and assigned.Others: Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to health and safety, security,equal opportunities and other relevant policies Report to Senior Project OfficerFOM any cases, known or suspected, of fraud within Save the Children Carry out the responsibilities of the role in a way which reflects Save the Childrens commitment tosafeguarding children in accordance the Child Protection Policy Performs other relevant duties as assigned by the Supervisor Support to other relative activities if necessary

Job posted: 13.8.2019

MEAL Officer (Nutrition)
Company: Save the Children International

Collection quality data on field leveled information against outputs indicators from Log frame. Data consolidation and clarification from multi project and report to respective focal within strict deadline. Analysis on field level output if reaching against output indicator or not. Identified where is quality data gap Creative ME methodology and communication channel so that qualitive data collection achieves and data flow speed up. Coachingguiding and building capacity to Sittwe MEAL teams to collect and manage their relevant data of MEAL. Assist to supervisors in preparing on the reportsevaluationsurvey included the consortium and additional research data if required. To develop with innovative idea the quality MEAL system in multiproject of WASH team. Contribute the data analysis to develop quality data by being part of data base system and design. To lead regular surveyPDMPost Distribution Monitoring in line with project Log frame required. Assist in other relevant duties as required by Supervisor.Monitoring Reporting Keep track on field activities, and report regularly and as requested on programme progress. Ensure ongoing monitoring and evaluation of all emergency WASH activities to determine the extent to which they are meeting objectivesoutputs and to undertake modification action needed to improve Program achievements. Liaise with WASH Supervisors and WASH POs to ensure regular and consistent communications between area offices and Yangon occur. Coordinate between program senior level and field level implementation in order to monitor closely for quality purpose. Reporting quality data to WASH program Manager and counter check on consortia water quality database in weekly basic. Combining and reporting overall ME data from Sittwe office level to Yangon MEAL team and frequent feeding back to MEAL focal person if require.BEHAVIOURS Values in PracticeAccountability: Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved.Ambition: Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale.Collaboration: Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.Creativity: Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions Willing to take disciplined risks.Integrity: Honest, encourages openness and transparency demonstrates highest levels of integrity Always acts in the best interests of children

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Program Manager-Malaria/GFATM
Company: Save the Children International

Under the guidance and with the support of Head of Malaria Programs GFATM, the incumbent will provideTechnical oversight Participate and provide input policy advice, strategy of disease control, operational plan to the National Malaria technical strategy groups and technical working groups Provide technical assistance to SRs not only on quality programming but also epidemiology and medical subjects to ensure that GFATM grants are implemented in compliance with the national strategic guideline and treatment protocol and SCGFATM expectations Ensure high quality, accessible information about the thematic programme is available for internal and external audiences including current donors, Save the Children, potential funders, etc. Stay abreast of global guidelines and ensure dissemination of and application of new guidelines and technical updates, among SRs.Program management Analyse results of SRs work plans and budget expenditure on semiannual basis, and make recommendation for management actions to Head of Malaria Program GFATM. Ensure effective and efficient management and optimal use of all resources in line with Save the Childrens and GFATMs policies and guidelines. Explore opportunities for improvement to, andor expansion of existing initiatives, andor other initiatives in thematic area particularly in relation to any future GFATM rounds engagement but also maintain close coordination and synergy with other Malaria responses from diverse funding sources. Incorporate lessons learned into the decision making process of recipients and donors with PR, LFA and Sub recipients. Work with finance and assist Head of Malaria GFATM in completing PUDR for reporting to the GF and maintain support documentation on all decision points for LFAs review. Review proposed budget changes revision in relation to activities and recommend to Head of Malaria for approval or disapproval with justifications.Management, supervision support to SRs Monitor and provide direction to SRs to ensure that project implementation is technically sound, of high quality in accordance with national standards, and scope and implementation of SR work plans, ensuring that projects are implemented in accordance to work plans and are programmatically sound. Organize the collection of training plans, review in term of relevance, budget, work plan, compilation and finalization for submission to Head of Malaria Program GFATM. Review budgets, work plans and expenditures of SRs semiannually and clarify variances on overspending and underspending and provide recommendations to GFATM SMT on any actions to be taken. Lead in organizing and participate in regular technical sessions with SRs for sharing technical updates. Organize regular monitoring and support visits to SRs project sites in collaboration with other PR teams. Provide program management oversight, strategy, and technical support to SRs for implementation of Mobile Casebased Reporting application MCBR Provide programmatic support in designing, implementation and dissemination of program evaluation of MCBR, and other operational researchesassessment as required during grant implementation addressing key implementation bottlenecks, producing high quality evidence to guide future resources investment and to inform national strategies, and documenting implementation findings, lessons learnt and recommendations. Participate in development of case studies and in conducting operational research by the PR to showcase good practices and successful achievements.External representation and communication Represent Save the Childrens thematic programme under GFATM to government, the UN and other international agencies and donors to proactively coordinate implementation. Represent SC PR and provide substantive contributions in Technical Strategic Groups upon request by supervisors. Represent SC PR in malaria CSO platform and working actively with country CSO partners and regional CSO platform Under the direction of the supervisor, ensure effective coordination with different functional departments across the GFTAM unit within Save the Children and conduct regular meetings to identify and address any key issues or challenges in a timely and systematic manner

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Senior Project Officer
Company: Save the Children International

Responsible for the timely, efficient and effective implementation of the Health project funded Access to Health. Work closely with the Township Health Department to ensure activities appropriately support the roll out of the Health Plan Developed and reviseupdate them regularly. Implement project activities in accordance with the work plans and budgets. Coordinate close collaboration with project implementation partner and cultivate partnerships with local Community Based Organizations Civil Society Organizations Provide to the Project Coordinator PC sound explanations for any significant variance beyond SCI accepted limits from work plan and budget plan, together with proposed actions to remedy this situation. Remain in close contact with the PC and with the relevant Technical Advisers. Organize, administer and facilitate capacity building activities. Assist in developing training manuals and IEC materials. Conduct thematicsectorspecific skillbuilding sessions among community members and other stakeholders in area of assignment. Line manages the project staff, provide them with support and guidance in their professional activities to ensure successful project implementation. Ensure timely supply of inputs and funds to project villages wards. Collect project data as specified by the projects ME framework and send them regularly to the PC. Monitor and document the progress of project activities in geographic areas of assignment Keep records of activities and report periodically on project progress, with recommendations, in a timely manner Assist the PC with periodic and other reporting Assist in documentation of process and impact of the program as needed. Work collaboratively with other teams to ensure the effective monitoring, evaluation and documentation of the projects. Ensure the projects meet our accountability standards and that effective accountability systems are in place. Assist the Project Manager in coordinating with local authorities and partners in their area of jurisdiction. Ensure that project resources for their location are used optimally and that expenditures comply with Essential Standards.Grant and Financial Management: Delegated budget holder responsibility for the operation and program implementation budget in theareas under hisher responsibility. Support the PC in preparing requests for budget revisions, realignment and other grant modifications. Sign off the Field office cash needs forecast and authorize cash transfer requests from HeadOffice in Yangon. Ensure random check of the backup register to ensure the backup of the Suboffice financial electronic data is carried out on a daily basis.Communications: Ensure that projectrelated information are relayed to all staff within the working area Township Outreach Workers.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Senior Programme Manager
Company: Save the Children International

Grant Management Guide the Programme Managers and their teams to ensure the effective management of ongoing projects in Rakhine. In particular the SPM will provide support and supervision to the following:o Work plans are implemented, challenges identified and corrective actions takeno Budgets are spent according to plans and in line with phased budgets that are up to date and reflect realistic spend estimateso Assist in monthly reviews of activity plans and expenditures to achieveo Support the donor reporting Review the draft reports produced by Program ManagersPCso Ensure multisectoral programmes are effectively coordinated and efficiently implemented Support the PMs and their teams in the timely preparation and submission of donor and internal narrative reports. Lead the PMs and their teams in documenting achievements and lessons learned for use in advocacy and fund raisingTeam Management and development Establish performance targets with the PMs in close collaboration with the respective Heads of Programmes that serve as technical supervisors Provide mentoring and coaching to the PMs to ensure that their performance is managed in line with SC requirements Identify development needs and capacity gaps of the PMs, teams and partner staff and support capacity building initiatives interventions to address gaps and needs with emphasis on Project Cycle Management and proposalreport writing.Programme Development Proactively identify opportunities to expand the Rakhine programme. Support the program needs assessment and review assessment reports Support the development of new proposals in close collaboration with the respective technical advisors and Heads of Programmes. Ensure that budgets and workplans of new proposals are realistic and meet the needs of the Rakhine Regional Office.Representation Represent SC in relevant meetings, sectoral working groups etc. as delegated by the HoRO Support the PMs in their representation in sectoral working groups, cluster meetings, workshops by preparing presentations and information to be sharedMEAL Work closely with the Yangon MEAL team and Rakhine team to ensure that programming in Rakhine is evidence based and that MEAL plans are in place and are being followed. Support the Accountability team to roll out the Complaint Feedback Mechanism CFM and provide regular monitoring support Work closely with the Yangon Programme Development, Quality and Advocacy PDQA teamsector PMs to ensure that evaluations are carried out when required clear TORs for evaluations are in place for evaluations and the appropriate level of output donor ready report, lessons learned for programme staff etc. is delivered.General Deliver high quality results in line with the terms of reference, in a way which maintains the reputation of SC. Engage in emergency responses when requiredChild safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that your staff is providing all beneficiaries of your programme with ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.QUALIFICATIONS Bachelors degree in management, development studies or other relevant studies

Job posted: 13.8.2019

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