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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

Awards Coordinator
Company: Save the Children International

Proposal Development Build positive working relationships with other teams in the Country Office PI, PDQ, Humanitarian, Finance, HR, logistics etc and outside the office SC Member point person and TAs to coordinate and support the development of high quality proposals using relevant SCI Awards Management tools and guidance Joint Opportunities Assessment Tool, Awards Risk Assessment, Proposal Development Plan. Under direction from the line manager, the Awards Coordinator will coordinate roles and responsibilities and agree on timeframes for proposal development of Medium to High Risk Opportunities and hold people to account on deliverables. To ensure all key stakeholders have the up to date donor formats and guidelines and are orientated to them. Coordinate closely with Budget Holders, operations teams and finance as well as other stakeholders to support compilation of accurate proposal budget and assess whether all necessary costs have been included. Review proposal budget and narrative to ensure consistency and highlight any revisions required. Coordinate with Members to ensure timely submission of proposals. Ensure the Award Management System AMS is updated in a timely manner with relevant opportunities and proposals and ensure the appropriate supporting documentation is attached. Manage AMS workflows.Partner Assessments and Agreements Lead, or support line Manager, with organisational assessments of Partners as per SCI Awards Management procedures In coordination with Heads of Programme draft Partner AgreementsMOUs with relevant Annexes and take through signing processes Contribute to Capacity Building of Partners as required and identified in Assessments. Represent SCI to partners and negotiate on contractaward amendments as required Ensure all key documents are filed accordinglyAward agreement As required liaise with the donorMember for clarification and confirmation of final budget figures, payment schedules and narrativefinancial reporting dates. Documentation of agreements to be captured on AMS and filed accordingly Create Donor Reporting Codes DRCs on AMS Work with finance team to supportadvise them on DEA Code assignment and communication with field offices on allocated budget. Review Fund Summaries produced from AMS, checking for consistency of information Produce Donor Compliance Checklists and Summarise in writing, key reporting and compliance requirements including potential issues for Award Kick Off Meetings. Coordinate with respective budget holders and finance in order to ensure budgets are correctly allocated and aligned. Support Head of ProgrammeBudget Holder to hold Award kick off meetings and ensure these take place within 30 days of the grant being activated on the AMS system, as per KPI. Coordinate processes related to Amendments, NCEs etc on awards.Regular award reviews and Donor Reporting With the Award Manager, lead the award monitoring processes on designated awards Coordinate the process for financial and narrative reports through circulation of timely reminders to Budget HoldersProgramme Managers Coordinate the finalisation of donor reports ensuring consistency between narrative and financial reports and that they meet quality standards Collaborate with Finance Team and Budget Holders to ensure donor budget lines as per the contract are in line with the financial system i.e. amounts have not changed as a result of new income instalments at different rates being received. Highlight critical financial issues such as overunder spends to Managers and Budget Holders, and follow up in writing when discussed verbally. Provide technical support to Managers and Budget Holders on Monitoring issues and budget revising if required. Monitoring of Award Payment Schedules and Income Requests for respective portfolio, working closely with finance to ensure this done in a timely manner. Submitting to donors as needed and maintaining AMS with up to date information.Donor compliance Communicate and coordinate with SC Member contacts to understand donor compliance requirements relating to award portfolio including budgeting and reporting, and ensure deadlines are met Prepare donor compliance checklist for awards and facilitate effective Awards Kick Off Meetings Assist in training and capacity building related to SCI Awards Managementdonor compliance as required Work with other departments i.e. Finance and Program Operations to ensure all documentation required is ready and available for audits e.g. vouchers, distribution lists Collaborate with Deputy Director of Finance on Awards Audits and maintain AMS accordingly. Coordinate Close Out of Awards in a timely manner and in line with SCI and donor processes and procedures Award coordinators will be required to visit Regional andor field offices to support with capacity building of staff and partners and monitoring purposes.General Administration Work with Awards Assistant to Maintain adequate filing systems by providing all key documentation required Assist line Manager as necessary, including representation and attendance at meetings as required, minute taking and coordination with teams to follow up action points identified. Ensure data and information in Award Management System is kept up to date so that monthly Awards Key Performance Indicators KPIs are both accurate and meet the global targets Support the coordination of ensuring correct maintenance of awards tracking sheet. Awards will be assigned as per line manager requirements and may vary over time.Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Develop and pilot practical daytoday approaches to increase awareness, commitment and interest in child safeguarding amongst staff members.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Campaigns Manager
Company: Save the Children International

Campaigning Lead the design and delivery of Save the Childrens Every Last Child ELC Campaign in Myanmar 201921, including coordination of activities across departments and teams in the Myanmar Country Office and with SCI and SC Member offices as appropriate Work alongside the ACCM Director and our creative agency partner to deliver Youth Activate Myanmar project. Lead the delivery of Save the Childrens Exclusive Breastfeeding campaign, along with partners such as UNICEF and Alive and Thrive. Lead the planning and implementation of Save the Childrens other campaign activities, employing a range of appropriate tactics and tools including public awarenessraising and popular mobilisation events, media and social media actions, as well as activities involving and shaped by children and youth Be the Myanmar Country Offices focal point for the global campaign ELC and other global or regional campaign requests Undertake Reactive Campaigning in response to new incidents and events as required, in line with global and regional guidance with a focus on priority issues. Provide technical and implementation support for campaigns within programming. In collaboration with the MEAL team and relevant programme staff, establish monitoring and evaluation mechanisms for campaigns and ensure that implementation and impact are effectively monitored and evaluated, and lessons documented and shared. Lead on developing relevant risk analyses for campaign strategies and initiatives as appropriate Work with Advocacy Manager to report every quarter on the Advocacy and Campaign resourcing Key Performance Indicator. Media and Communications Work alongside the Communications and Media Manager to identify key media and communication opportunities that ensure our target audiences are influenced to support change for children. Work with Media and Comms team to develop reactive media plans for priority campaign issues. Working with communications and media colleagues on a proactive media strategy and related media materials e.g. media packs, press releases, and information sheets relevant to campaign priorities. Represent campaign aims and messages to external contacts, media organisations and internal communications channels as required.Capacity Building Build the capacity of relevant programme staff and partners to understand and support campaign purposes, approaches and implementation, including by designing or supporting capacity building exercises. Emergencies In times of crisis, be ready to change priorities rapidly and support an emergency response including by working outside of normal business hours and days, and deploying to field locations Child Safeguarding Responsibilities: Develop specific and contextual country level guidance to ensure that children who participate in media or communications work are protected from exploitation, increased vulnerability, or any form of harm or indignity

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Program Manager (Education)
Company: Save the Children International

Project Management Support the HoP in ensuring the timely, efficient and effective delivery of projects Ensure that all projects have a detailed implementation plan DIP and budget Ensure Subbudget holders in the field have clear understanding of DIP and budget Visit project sites every month to support quality implementation Ensure monthly reports are received from field teams, collated and shared with HoP Identify areas for capacity development and work with the Deputy Programme Manager and HoP to incorporate in the capacity development plan Ensure that the project team members have clearly defined performance objectives Ensure compliance to systems and processes for planning and reporting to relevant Save the Children member head offices and the donor. Prepare donor reports, manage central database for all project data Work effectively with colleagues from other sectors and partnersGrant Management Monitor the project to ensure that it is managed in line with the agreed budget, and that transactions comply with Save the Childrens and the donors financial and compliance policies. Monitor and discuss budget variances with the relevant budget holders, and facilitate resolution of problems with them in a participatory way Participate at the monthly Finance Grant meetings in Yangon. Prepare monthly updates for Programme Manager and HoP on the projectCommunications: Ensure high quality, accessible information is prepared and made available Represent SCI at various external meetings as required Monitor safety and security developments in project locations and ensure project activities comply with security and sensitivity procedures Maintain and communicate with colleagues an uptodate understanding of the context in the implementing locations Represent SCI at various external meetings as required Any other task assigned by SupervisorChild 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
Company: Save the Children International

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal data about children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unless the content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role: Data analysis and interpreting of the results of Adolescent Development KAP Survey of baseline study and writing report by consolidating with draft reports of interpreting the other tools of ECCD, BE and SHN from baseline study for ChildCentered Community Development Project.Introduction:Save the Children Myanmar is settingup a sponsorshipfunded Child Centred Community Development CCCD programme in the impact Area of Hpa An Township in Kayin State. The strategic objective focuses on: Improved learning and development outcomes for all boys and girls, which includes improved health and nutrition related knowledge, attitudes, practices and behaviours and will be achieved through a focus on 4 components: Early Childhood Care and Development, Basic Education, School Health and Nutrition and Adolescent Development.One Sponsorship baseline study will be conducted at the start of project implementation that will generate data against all indicators, both Objectives and Intermediate Results. The baseline values for indicators will be used by the project management team to review, revise and specify targets against each of the indicators of the project. These targets will be used as reference to further fine tune the Process Indicators and activities of the project. At the Intermediate Results level baseline values for indicators will provide the index against which targets will be specified and measured routinely as part of managing the project.Purpose of Consultancy:1. Objectives of the Baseline SurveyThis study aims to identify the initial situation of the community on Early Childhood Care and Development ECCD, Basic Education BE, School Health and Nutrition SHN and Adolescent Development AD.This study intends to establish the points of comparison, to help examine the effect of the program over time, particularly on the following strategic objectives:a. Increased access, inclusion and improved child development,b. Improved learning outcomes through inclusive quality basic educationc. Improved health and nutrition knowledge and practicesd. Increased access to ASRH services2. SampleThe sample drawn for the Sponsorship Baseline study will be representative of the total Hpa An Sponsorship area. 15 communities have been randomly selected out of the total 90 for inclusion in the study, some of which are in the initial 40 which are beginning programming and others in which programming will be phased in future years. For quantitative measures, we will interview 10 children per community, and for qualitative we will conduct one interviewobservation per community.Some villages are receiving the first phase of Sponsorship programming and others are locations that will be reached in future years.3. Summary: Tools ParticipantsTopic area Tools Participants participants per village Total participantsECCD IDELA Children 10 150ECCD IDELA Home environment Parents 10 150ECCD IDELA Classroom environment Schools 1 15ECCD Caregiver interview Caregivers 1 15BE Literacy Boost Children 24 600720BE QLE Schools 1 15BE Teacher interview Teacher 1 15SHN TeacherSchool interview Teacher 1 15SHN School observation School 1 15AD KAP survey Adolescents 10 150Other Township Authority Community member 1 154. Consultant Responsibilities and DeliverablesDeliverables Responsibilities Location Days Deadline1. Interpretation of findings on Adolescent Development KAP Survey Analyse data, interpretation and draft report on AD KAP Survey Consultant home base 3 12 22 Nov 20182. Report Draft 1 Combining of writings on IDELA, Literacy Boost, Quality Learning Environment QLE observation, School Health and Nutrition observation, interview with primary teachers and, draft report of Adolescent Development. Consultant home base 4 2629 Nov 20183. Report Draft 2 Developing of draft 2 report responding to the feedbacks of draft 1 report from the respective writers and Thematic Advisor. Consultant home base 4 1730 Dec 20184. Final Report Finalize the report, responding to comments from PQI Sponsorship team and Thematic Advisor Consultant home base 3 2125 Jan 20195. Summary of findings in power point for discussion Preparation of findings of baseline in a presentation Consultant home base 2 48 Feb 2019Total working Days 16 Things to remember: Any part of Baseline report and tools cannot be used elsewhere without permission of Save the Children.5. Responsibilities of Save the ChildrenSave the children will provide Documents:o Study Protocolo Results Frameworko Baseline toolso Combined data of AD baseline findings to be analysedo Drafted reports for other toolso Outline of Baseline Report Orientation: An introduction to the project, documents and expectationsSave the children will discuss with the consultant at the time of the orientation on frequency of meetings to discuss progress.Focal points for the study from Save the Children are as follows1. Thwe Thwe Naing, Programme Manager, ChildCentered Community Development Program: orientation and required documents, as well as payments and contract components2. Sai Aung Moe, ME Coordinator, Education: Tool review and adaptations and data analysis requirementsFinal Signoff on the reportDr Sridevi SrinivasanHead of ProgrammesEducationSCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Programme Manager, ChildCentered Community Development ProgrammeTravel: None

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Project Coordinator (Nutrition)
Company: Save the Children International

Together with the PM and Technical Advisors, design and implement the Nutrition scheme for communityvillages. In coordination with the PM and other Project Coordinators, prepare the sectors detailed implementation plan and other planning tools, as well as support budget analysis and forecasting. Coordinate the baselineendline surveys at the field level to engage with community and other stakeholder, Responsible for daily coordination and implementation of the nutrition component of the program as well as their monitoring at village and community level. Supports the team and community volunteers in identifying malnourished children and referral according to the IMAM guideline, ensuring accountability and transparency at all levels, in line with donor and organizations procedures and regulation. Supervise Project Officers in effective community mobilization for SBCC activities with mother support, father support group, other influential person and social change through mass media in special events such as the promotion events and global hand washing days and capacity building sessions of volunteers and the facilitation of the communitybased project activities. Support Project Officers in the supervision and training of community level nutrition volunteers and peer mothers and fathers by using supportive supervision approach. Collaborate with PM and TAs in the development of the NutritionSBCC training tools and materials in strengthening capacity of staffs and volunteers. Coordinate with other team members to make sure Project Officers are support in their work with the Mother to Mother Support Groups and Father to Father Support groups in the project area, based on the SBCC strategy. Coordinate with basic health staffs and volunteers to support IMAM roll out by early identification and referral of SAM cases through effective mobilization at village level. Design and implement community sensitization on nutrition component at village level, to ensure the project targets those with greater needs, based on the defined criteria, and in a transparent, accepted and selfled manner. Ensure communityvillage members involve at all steps of the project, through consultations, decision making and monitoring of the program, enhancing the necessity for the community to take ownership on the process. Supervise and support the Project Officers, Project Assistants and Community Development Facilitators in their daily work. Coordinate closely with the Financial and Business Development scheme Project Coordinators and team to ensure complementarity and value for money of all interventions conducted at community level. Coordinate and facilitate capacity building workshops, awareness sessions, review meetings and training sessions for a variety of stakeholders. Coordinate and monitor effectively and efficiently the implementation of the Nutrition component at field level. The position holder will be expected to spend the majority of herhis time in the villages and communities of intervention, together with the Project Officers.. Conduct monitoring visits to villagescommunities collect data according to monitoring plan defined with the Program Manager report accordingly. Be proactive in coordinating and sharing information with other stakeholders in the area which present similar focus, approach or target groups.Other program delivery tasks As part of a multisector project, the position holder will be expected to work closely with all thematic sectors of this project, coordinating all activities with the other PC and providing support and information whenever necessary. Support the MEAL team in the identification, establishment and rollout of an effective Complaint Response Mechanism CRM in each location of intervention. Ensure staff are assisted and equipped to regularly monitor their work collecting quantitative and qualitative data for both process and impact. Ensure the information and data required by the MEAL team and MEAL plan is collected by the team, of quality and accessible by the MEAL team. Actively involve in the baselineendline surveys including Tat Lan II endline, the Barrier analysis, and data entry of project activities. Assist in producing resource materials, deliver training, make presentations and organize eventsother activities to ensure that SCI develops and maintains sound monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment in business and financial development. Assist and facilitate capacity building workshops, awareness sessions, review meetings and training sessions for sound implementation of the program. Prepare all documentation required for the procurement of materials, supplies, equipment required for the Nutrition activities, in line with SCI procedures and lead time and ensure the update of the Procurement Plan.Grant Management Assist the Program Manager in managing the budget, ensuring that transactions comply with Save the Childrens and the donors financial and compliance policies. Ensure that project resources for the Nutrition component are used optimally and that expenditures comply with internal controls set by the FinanceGrants Units. Make sure that any particular issue, information or change on context, project or resources and which requires informing the donor is informed in written to the Program Manager.Communications and Coordination Ensure that project related information is relayed to the Program Manager and other Project Coordinators as well as the team. Contribute to the preparation of internal and external reporting. Assist Program Manager in maintaining program documents and coordinating with all departments. Ensure good communication and coordination between the team members working in the different contexts of intervention of the project.Capacity Building and Technical Support Identify key learning opportunities and processes from the project and proactively design and organise opportunities to share key lessons to inform project design.Team Management and Development Ensure the effective use of the Performance Management System including the establishment of clear, measureable objectives, ongoing feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased evaluations. Support project staffs through coaching and other developmental activities. Ensure all team members have the opportunity to build greater capacities in line with their expectations. Any other duties and tasks assigned by the supervisor, including participation to emergency responses in and outside duty area.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Partnership & Planning Consultant
Company: Save the Children International

Support the Partnership Programme Team PPT in collecting and making available the needed data and information for the external report writer to develop the MEC semiannual report Support the PPT in leading the design and planning of program objectives and agendas for 4 partner Reflection, Learning and Planning RLP meetings to be held in January 2019Support the PPT Managers and Coordinators in planning and coordinating the implementation of Reflection, Learning and Planning partner meetingsAdvice finalization of MECs baseline, which includes supporting the ME team and external ME consultants to make decisions on how to fill possible gaps in the baseline through ongoing regular school monitoring, activity monitoring etc. Support the ME team and external ME consultants for continued development of MEC and partner ME systems including the development of simple monitoring and assessment toolsProvide management guidance to the PPT to ensure that all partner meetings are systematically and professionally recorded by an external professional report writer, shared across all teams and saved on the MEC tserver to ensure future accessibility for allSupport the ME team to structure and systematize all the incoming data and information from the regular school monitoring visits for easy analysis, presentation of findings and learning for both internal use and presentation for MEC Steering Committee SC and other relevant external stakeholdersSupport the planning and implementation of regular cross team monitoring visits to partnersThe concrete support functions will include:Report writing:Provide instructions to PPT Managers and Coordinators focal points of partners on how to extract and structure necessary and relevant data and information from partners to inform the MEC semiannual report partner reports, meeting minutes, field visit reports, cross team Power Point Presentations from the field, individual monthly reports and other relevant documentsSummarize, rewrite and edit partner related sections of the semiannual report to support the external report writing consultant Support the ME team in analysing existing data and info from the partner reports, partner visits, and school monitoring visits for incorporating key information and learning into the MEC reportProof read and provide comments and input into the draft baseline report developed by the external ME consultants with a deadline submission of end November 2018 Design, plan and prepare for partner Reflection, Learning and Planning meetingsFinalize the draft objectives and tailored meeting agendas for partner RLP meetings to be held in January, based on MEC cross team inputs and in consultations with partners draft produced and shared by LenePrepare structured facilitation methods and notes and trainintroduce MEC staff in how to use theseTake a lead role in facilitating partner meetings as well as oversee and support staff facilitation of individual sessionsOversee and support the planning and coordination of all four meetings in terms of preparing necessary vetting and other logistical arrangementsDesign, plan, prepare and facilitate internal MEC Reflection and Learning meetingLead and manage the ME team to design and plan for an internal MEC ME Reflection and Learning meeting AFTER partner RLP meetings end January or early February. This internal cross team meeting will have to include joint reflection about partners progress according to the agreed progress markers. This analysis should be done based on the partner year 2 semiannual reports and the results from the discussions during the Reflection, Learning and Planning partner meetings in January ensure meeting minutes are properly and systematically recordedLead the management of ME data and informationSupport the ME team to manage, analyse and present relevant data, information and learningSupport the ME team and external consultants to develop relevant and tailored monitoring and assessment tools for joint monitoring with partnersTeam ManagementSupport the Partnership Programme Team to ensure proper coordination, communication and follow up with partners on key planning and implementation issuesFacilitate internal cross team coordination and clear division of roles and responsibilities.Introduction: Myanmar Education Consortium was established as a multidonor program in early 2013 with a mandate to support nongovernment education organizations to provide quality education to the hardest to reach communities. MEC focus to strengthening ethnic and monastic systems, with a substantially increased focus on policy engagement and coherence between education systems.Purpose of Consultancy: ObjectivesSupport the MEC Partnership Program Team PPT and ME team in taking the lead in designing, planning and implementing key partner meetings from November 18 to February 19, ensuring technical guidance and input on the content of meetings from the Education, Advocacy and Policy Engagement and Finance and Grants teamsSupport ME staff and consultants in finalising the key components of the PMEL framework for the interim period, which include the baseline report, ME results framework for MEC and partners, ME system for MEC and partners, monitoring and assessment tools for joint monitoring, as well as relevant ME capacity development plans for partners Provide overall planning and implementation assistance across MEC teams as reflected in the MEC Annual Operational Plan, HR Plan, Road Map and Team plans DeliverablesPlanning for partner activities:Objectives and draft agendas for Reflection, Learning and Planning partner meetings finalized Mid Nov.Facilitation notes prepared for RLP partner meetings End Nov. RLP agendas finalized mid Dec.An agenda and facilitation notes finalized for MEC all staff internal reflection and learning meeting end Jan.ME:Ensure a timely submission of the baseline report from external ME consultants End Nov.Ensure and provide necessary input to ensure that the MEC results framework finalized by consultants mid Nov.Oversee and provide necessary input to ensure monitoring and assessment tools are developed by ME consultants End Nov.Oversee that all deliverables as given per signed ME contract are delivered by ME consultants end Dec.Facilitate and ensure school monitoring visit to KESS is planned and implemented before December end Nov.Support the PPT in planning for regular monitoring visits school and activity monitoring throughout November, December and January end Nov, Dec, and JanTeam management and support:Weekly Partnership Program Meetings to ensure effective planning and coordination within the team Thursday or Friday every weekOneonOne individual meetings with the four PPT Managers once a month to ensure roles and responsibilities are clear and agreedDesign, plan and facilitate wider crossteam meetings to ensure team plans are aligned with the Annual Operational Plan3rd week of NovTimingPreferably able to start 2nd week of November, 2018.SCOPE OF ROLE: Line Manager: MEC DirectorTechnical Supervisor name and job title: Erik Bentzen, MEC DirectorTravel: Occasional up to 5 days every month.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (SBCC for Malaria)
Company: Save the Children International

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal data about children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unless the content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role:Save the Children is looking for the technical support in developing the local context appropriate Malaria SBCC strategy followed by developing training package and SBCC tools. The role of consultant is to conduct the desk review of existing malaria IEC materials and available BCCSBCC packages in Myanmar and to conduct assessment at the community level for developing the Malaria SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC tools for communication and monitoring of the activities.Introduction:Save the Children is the worlds leading independent organization for children. It is a dual mandate organization and focuses on development and emergency response. We are currently working in 120 countries around the world touching the lives of 125 million children. Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.Save the Children has been working in Myanmar since 1995. Our programmes include Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, HIVAIDS, WASH, Education, Food Security and Livelihoods, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance and Humanitarian Responses in across the country.With this SBCC malaria grant being funded by Clariant Foundation, Save the Children will implement social behavior change communication SBCC for malaria prevention and control project in Ngape township of Magway Region and Hlaing Bwe township of Kayin State, complementing and enforcing the existing communitybased malaria prevention and control activities being supported by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria GFATM. The aim of the project is to strengthen the skills and competencies of the health staff and community members in participatory methodology for changing healthy behaviours in the community. The SBCC activities of the Clariant Malaria Project will be carried out through existing government and community structures in order to secure sustained SBCC outcomes beyond the project. Activities targeting direct beneficiaries rely entirely on Village Health Volunteers VHVs, who are permanent residents of the targeted area, with the support of Save the Children staff and well trained government staff. The project will support the development of SBCC tools and materials as well as SBCC approaches in coordination and collaboration with National Malaria Control Program NMCP for reinforcing malaria prevention activities of NMCP.Purpose of ConsultancyThe purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical support in designing and developing local context appropriate SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC monitoring tools for meaningful engagement and effective communication with community members in malaria prevention and control activities.Responsibilities and Lines of CommunicationThe consultant has the responsibility to design SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC monitoring tools based on the findings of desk review and community assessment. The consultant is expected to respect the agreed timeframe and to deliver the final report written in clear English.Save the Children will provide the list of project villages and existing Malaria IEC materials and SBCC materials to be reviewed and analyzed. The consultant will provide the team of trained enumerators to make an effective community dialog for assessing current practices, taboos and culture of community regarding malaria.Based on the findings of the assessment, consultant will design the SBCC strategy which is appropriate with local context. And the consultant will develop the package of tools to be used in training of health staff and volunteers and monitoring of the activities. All relevant Save the Children staff in Myanmar will provide inputs and supports to the consultant as and when necessary.The Project Coordinator Malaria SBCC and Project Manager Malaria will be the key points of contact at the Yangon level assisting with necessary administrative, logistical and technical support and heshe will be supported by others members of the health team.Expected deliverables Outputs 1. Malaria SBCC strategy document2. Malaria SBCC training package for health staff and VHVs3. Malaria SBCC materials for communication and monitoring4. ReportBudgetThe consultants will be responsible for designing SBCC strategy based on community assessment and consultations with stakeholders, developing SBCC training package for health staff and volunteers and SBCC materials for communication and monitoring. Save the Children will support the consultant in terms of mobilizing the community members, consultation with stakeholders, facilitating the administration and logistics of the assessment, etc. Therefore, the financial proposal should include detailed breakdown costs that may include consulting fees, transporttravel cost and other associated costs related to the assessment administration and management.TimeframeThe assignment should be effective from November 2018 to February 2019.Sr. No Task Description November 2018 December 2018 January 2019 February 20191 Desk review 2 Community assessment 3 SBCC strategy development 4 SBCC training package development 5 SBCC tools development 6 Report Writing 7 First Draft Report 8 Final Report Submission Quality controlThe consultant should share the findings, tools and products to SCI. Feedback and suggestions should be exchanged mutually to make the product better and professional. The SCI team should be familiar with the concept and tools of SBCC, basic malaria health issues, conflict situation, inclusion and human rights.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Project Coordinator SBCC malaria and Project Manager Malaria

Job posted: 13.8.2019

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

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY :Partnership Planning Work with other Directors to support the development of the Annual Operating Plan AOP, which balances MEC strategic objectives and ensures that MEC is supportive towards partners and holds them accountable to agreed objectives and deliverables and meet their contractual obligations Lead the Partnership and Planning team to develop quarterly field monitoring plans with Partnership ManagersCoordinators, ensuring inputs from all teams and partners Lead crosssector Managers and Coordinators in reviewing and approving partner program amendments in collaboration with the Education Director and the Finance, Operations Grants Director Lead the preparation of semiannual and annual reports in close collaboration with the Education Managers, Head of Partnership Planning and Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, and ID Senior Manager Lead the Partnership and Planning team to collaborate with all Managers across teams to design, prepare and cofacilitate the annual Review and Planning Meetings with the complementary education partners Support the Head of Partnership and Planning in managing the Partnership ManagersCoordinators to monitor, coordinate, facilitate and follow up partner implementation and ensure that challenges and timely action is communicated to the Head of Partnership and Planning and the SMT Support the Head of Partnership and Planning to improve the collaboration between the Partnership and Planning Team and the MEC Child Safeguarding Advisor to ensure that all partners have child safeguarding policies, systems and plans in place that are aligned with the MEC Child Safeguarding Policy Support the Finance, Operations Grants Director in planning and managing funding for additional partnership opportunities for strengthening of complementary education systems or networks.Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning PMEL Lead the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team to ensure that the MEC ME system delivers sufficient quantitative and qualitative data to reflect partner program results to show progress and change in the short, intermediate and long term indicators within the results framework Lead the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team to design, prepare and facilitate external semiannual and annual Reflection and Learning meetings with partners as well as internal Reflection Learning meetings across all teams Lead the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team to support the Education, Advocacy communication teams in the development and management of an evolving research agendaInstitutional DevelopmentOrganizational Development IDOD of Partners Support the MEC Director in leading the organization of meetings with ethnic system partners senior leadership and to consult them on their needs and priorities for support to institutional systems strengthening Develop an Institutional Development strategy for MEC that outlines the key steps and their related action in rolling out and implementing effective institutional development capacitybuilding of each of the partners systems on the basis of their specific situation and needs Work closely across the PMEL teams to ensure a common understanding of the structure, functions and capacities of partner systems from central to school level Recruit, manage and support the ID Senior Manager to train Partnership Planning CoordinatorsManagers to facilitate, mentor and follow up on ID processes of partners Lead a crosssector MEC team of Heads and Managers in developing good common understanding of ID and how it relates to the wider complementary education systems strengthening at different levels of the systemsPartnership Approach Support the Head of Planning to manage Planning ManagersCoordinators to take the lead on facilitating the ID aspects of the partner programs, including building and maintaining strong relations with partner organizations and facilitating, mentoring and following up ID capacity development support to MECs three ethnic complementary systems Lead the revision, dissemination and training on Partnership Principles and values across all MEC teams in close collaboration with Education, Policy, Advocacy Communication team as well as the Finance, Operations Grants teStrategy and Management Lead the process of identifying, planning and managing strategic partnerships, such as the Strategic Facilitation Fund SFF, beyond the complementary education partners with support from the Finance, Operations Grants Director. Support the MEC Director and wider Senior Management Team SMT in strategy development and implementation of MEC program Participate actively in the SMT to effectively support the coordination and delivery of the MEC strategy.Team Management Manage and support the Head of Planning, Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning and Senior Manager of Institutional Development to ensure that the PMEL team has clearly defined objectives and where individual staff understand their roles and responsibilities Manage and support the Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning to lead the implementation of the MEC and partner ME system and work with managers across the wider MEC team to develop quarterly summary progress reports with quantitative as well as qualitative data and information for the SMT and Steering Committee Oversee and supervise the Head of Partnership Planning to engage with our ethnic complementary education partners in systems and institutional development on the basis of evidencebased data and information. The forums for engagement, dialogue and consensusbuilding include Partner Reflection, Learning and Planning meetings, Partner KickOff meetings, Internal quarterly reflection and planning meetings in close collaboration and coordination with other MEC Heads and Managers: Incorporate staff development strategies and Develop to Perform objectives into the capacity development plan of the PPMEL team Support direct supervisees through one to one coaching Ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for PMEL staff Encourage a team culture and partnership approach based on sharing, learning and creativityGeneral Promote and support a strong collaborative team culture across the PMEL and wider MEC team Additional responsibilities as assigned and agreed with the MEC DirectorChild Safeguarding Responsibility Support to Country Director and MEC Director in providing overall leadership, oversight and monitoring to the implementation of the Child Safeguarding Policy, with an emphasis on maintaining current successes as well as addressing key gaps identified in the annual child safeguarding selfaudit

Job posted: 13.8.2019

PSM Consultant
Company: Save the Children International

Procurement Review the evaluation and selected suppliers of OI drugsProcurement Develop the EOITender document for Key Populations AssessmentProcurement Provide technical support and Guidance on Suppliers Performance Review Reassessment of PAs.PSM Review of final 2020 forecasting packages individual and consolidatedPSM Assess and revise the incinerator operation guidelineSOPPSM Review the KPI results and assist in provide guidancetraining to the PSM team on how to write the SR feedback letter to highlight the keyimportant PSM issuesPUDR Provide variance analysis and complete the procurement part of the PUDRQAQC Review the Temperature excursion reports and Quality Issue Reports that need to be sent to GF.QAQC Provide technical support to establish QA document database and give guidance for reviewing the QA documents by team both procurement and supply chainPQRQAQC Review the risk analysis results for 2019 QAQC sampling.Other Recommend the technical questions for verbal and written interview of Senior PSM Manager position.Other Other task as agreed with the Consultant and approved by the budget holder.The consultant may be asked to provide technical expertise in other tasks as agreed with the Consultant and approved by the budget holder but the total number of workdays should be within the maximum workdays.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

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