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Forest project officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionUnder the supervision and guidance of the Forest Programme Manager, the Project Officer will primarily support the implementation of the Voices for the Mekong Project V4MF in DTL. Heshe is responsible for all aspects of project operations including planning, implementation, budget monitoring and management, reporting, and liaising with V4MF Project team in Myanmar and in Mekong. Major Duties and Responsibilities:Liaise with V4MF Project management team in Myanmar and in the Mekong region, as well as other non state and government actors in DTL. Actively engage in project team planning and meetings and provide valuable inputs in ensuring effective and efficient delivery of project outputs. Help collect and input ME data from the DTL and compile reporting materials.Coordinate implementation of V4MF project field based activities and initiatives, including workshops, meetings, and related eventsSupervise consultants engaged in the implementation of V4MF project.Contributeto stakeholder mapping of non state actors within the DTL particularly in Kayin State and building linkages with Karen and other ethnic minority groups in the landscapeFacilitate of trainings of project partners in the fields of forest governance and forest governance monitoring systemThe detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 10 October 2019 ThursdayInterested candidates should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae with your salary expectation stating the position title and reference number in English by email to vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm application documents should be addressed as DocumentYourfullname. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 29.11.2019

Illegal Wildlife Trade Law Enforcement Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Illegal Wildlife Trade IWT Law Enforcement LE Officer will focus on supporting law enforcement agencies with intelligenceled investigations and operations to shut down IWT in Myanmar. The IWT LE Officer will support the development and implementation of WWF Myanmars IWT strategy, including law enforcement actions designed to shut down the ivory market under the WWF Ivory HII Ivory High Impact Initiative, and actions to stop wild elephant poaching, open market closures, and online wildlife trading.Major Responsibilities IWT Law Enforcement SupportGovernment RelationsLaw Enforcement LE Technical Support and Capacity BuildingSupport LE Strategy DevelopmentSupport LE Operational Level Trainings in the areas of detection, prevention, disruption and prosecution.Assist LE Technical Advisor in providing technical support to Myanmar Government agencies especially on designing and implementing intelligenceled operationsRelationship building with key law enforcement agenciesProvide technical guidance and support to WWF Myanmar IWT team in programme and project strategic design and implementationSupport demand reduction strategic engagement in Myanmar by providing LE technical guidance and support as needed.Represent WWF Myanmar in relevant meetings, networks, stakeholders engagement, and partnership dialogues.Support communication of outcomes of Ivory IWT activities in Myanmar through the WWF Network and external channels.Maintain a working knowledge of political, legislative, environmental, social and economic framework.Coordinate with WWF GMPO IWT and Wildlife Crime leads on effective strategies and synergiesSupport INL Golden Triangle initiative The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 29.11.2019

Senior Manager – Monitoring and Evaluation
Company: Care International Myanmar

Assist to Director Information, Documentation, Monitoring Evaluation D IDME to develop and implement the monitoring and evaluation systems and Demonstrate a passion for gender equality, womens empowerment and a commitment to CAREs approach and values including ethnic diversity and cultural sensitivity.MONITORING AND EVALUATION ME Conceptualize, develop and oversee the implementation of CARE Myanmars monitoring, evaluation, learning and accountability plans and ensure that systems and processes support the achievement of results Support in the development and implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation plans Develop and implement outcome monitoring system, update ME framework on regular basis in conjunction with programme teams to track projects progress ensuring log frame milestones are achieved Play a key role in strengthening CARE and potential partners in relation to ME system and reporting Assess partners ME systems, and provide necessary technical support on designing of ME system Ensure that internal evaluations, project reviews, and assessments, are technically sound and implemented in timely manner in order to support decision making and scheduled reporting Participate in and support technical studies and assessmentsurveys conducted by the program Support other technical research by providing input about appropriate methodology Support Program Department on strengthening ME systems Conduct regular monitoring and evaluation visits to project and timely submission of field reports to the DIDME Ensure accountability measures are working in project activities Participate in regular quarterly, midterm, and annual reflection workshops, learning and reporting workshops with the team as required Closely work with Senior Program Officer Reporting to support compliance to donor reporting requirements.DATA MANAGEMENT Consolidate and validate Monthly Activity Tracking Sheet data, Monthly Progress Report data from field offices Ensure that data are in high quality, analyze ME data and develop ME reports Provide technical support for data treatment and analysis as well as monitoring report Ensure that Project Officers collect accurate data and information as detailed in the Monitoring Evaluation plan including beneficiary tracking Make sure that data is available for the project management, organizational communications, and fundraising Support to field office project staff on processing of data for Programme Information and Impact Reporting System and other reporting requirements and Lead role in compilation of annual Programme Information and Impact Reporting System as per agreed standard templates.STAFF CAPACITY BUILDING Provide technical support, mentoring and training for staff related to monitoring, evaluation, learning and accountability Provide technical support on the use of ME tools and reporting of project activities and Facilitate training sessions for project staff on project monitoring, data treatment and analysis and any other ME related topic in the Field Office and Country Office.PARTNERSHIPS AND NETWORKING Participate in related forums, workshops, meetings, or other events as required Provide clear explanations of the Project and CAREs work in Myanmar to partners, government agencies and other relevant stakeholders and Provide support to the partners through mentoring and onthejob training including the explanation of CARE Myanmar policies and procedures.TEAM MANAGEMENT Oversee and manage the work of direct reports, including leading effective team work and relationships and ensuring regular team meetings and communications to the team and Ensure all direct reports have clear work plans and a strong understanding of their role and contribution to project goals and the deliverables.COMMON ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR CARE MYANMAR STAFF: To proactively manage in the APPA process including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1 meetings, ensuring that the APPA process including the paperwork is an integral component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving performance and outcomes Engage in emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as required As an Emergency Response Team ERT member, actively participate in the assigned role, related to a specific emergency response Promote a safe and secure work environment foster a culture of safety and security awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies, procedures Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Gender Equality, Diversity, Child Protection and Protection from Sexual harassment, Exploitation and Abuse and Comply with CARE Myanmars financial and operational requirements, foster strong communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of honesty and integrity in personal conduct.

Job posted: 6.11.2019

Information Coordinator (*Re-announce)
Company: Care International Myanmar

Establish and maintain a database of Development Partners, the CSOs and other groups who connect migrants with trainingResearch the training provided by Government agencies, NGOs, Development Partners and Private SectorResearch places and organisations to disseminate information including: community centres Sunday Cafes hostels industrial zone management offices and the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population MoLIP Labour Exchange Offices Research other streams of information which are being disseminated to migrants by various initiatives including LIFTsupported initiatives Develop an information platform to link training providers, migrants and the CSOsSupport the development of a practical pre departure handbook and training for migration hubs: Yangon, Pathein, Mandalay and Bago including travel and accommodation details, services, training and employment In cooperation with the AMH Communications Officer, manage the posts on social media to raise the profile of the Training Centre among target groups and to disseminate the training opportunities and safety information for migrants In cooperation with the AMH Communications and Marketing Team support the development of IEC including but not limited to posters, brochures, social media posts, press releases, banners, etcProvide support in planning, organizing and executing meetings and public events andMaintain and regularly update a database of sources, and ensure systematic filing system for documents and all files are placed in a secure place. MEDIA RELATIONS Support in handling media enquiries where appropriate, in close cooperation with the Communication officer andSupport to produce press releases for key milestones or events.PARTNERSHIPS AND NETWORKINGDevelop and maintain effective relationships with relevant internal and external stakeholders andParticipate in related forums, workshops, meetings, or other events as requiredCOMMON ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR CARE MYANMAR STAFF:To proactively participate in the Annual Planning and Performance Appraisal APPA process including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1 meetings, ensuring that the APPA process including the paperwork is an integral component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving performance and outcomes Engage in emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as required Promote a safe and secure work environment foster a culture of safety and security awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies, procedures Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Gender Equality, Diversity, Child Protection and Protection from Sexual harassment, Exploitation and Abuse andComply with CARE Myanmars financial and operational requirements, foster strong communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of honesty and integrity in personal conduct.

Job posted: 6.11.2019

Project Officer (Sexual and Reproductive Health)
Company: Care International Myanmar

PROJECT PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION Ensure the team compiles and procures materials for project activities such as trainingsEnsure the logistics planning support to the team for trainings and workshopsResponsible to rollout partner activities and contribute to activity report writingAssist the team to develop monthly work plans and to implement project activities as per the plan andEngage proactively with community leaders, line department officials and other stakeholders to ensure the smooth implementation of project activities.MONITORING AND EVALUATION MEConduct project monitoring during field visits and ensure timely submission of field reports and case studies to the Senior Project Officer Participate in data collection for project evaluations, research and case studies Participate in quarterly, midterm, and annual reflection workshopsLiaise with and regularly debrief with partners and communities to ensure quality trainings and processes are implemented according to deliverablesDocument project activities, processes, emerging models and lessons learned andAssist in the preparation of donor and other organisational reports and presentations.PARTNERSHIPS AND NETWORKING Provide clear explanations of the Project and CAREs work in Myanmar to partners, communities and other stakeholders to build positive working relationships.TRAINING AND COORDINATIONEnsure timely and quality delivery of technical trainingsAssist with the development, refinement, and compilation of technical training materials Provide logistical support for the coordination of project activities, including trainings, field support and organisational development andProduce reports on each training or meeting, including training participants and their attendance, costs, training contents, training objectives.ADMINISTRATIONTogether with the Senior Project Officer, develop monthly work plan based on the approved project planPrepare field travel plans, per diem requests, and other logistics in a timely manner and inline with project budgetEnsure that CARE financial, administrative, and procurement procedures and policies are followed andParticipate in regular team meetings as required.COMMON ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR CARE MYANMAR STAFF:To proactively manage in the APPA process including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1 meetings, ensuring that the APPA process including the paperwork is an integral component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving performance and outcomes Engage in emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as requiredPromote a safe and secure work environment foster a culture of safety and security awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies, procedures Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to gender equality, diversity and child protection andComply with CARE Myanmars financial and operational requirements, foster strong communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of honesty and integrity in personal conduct.

Job posted: 6.11.2019

End of Project Evaluation consultant
Company: Care International Myanmar

CARE International in Myanmar CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a nonreligious and nonpolitical organisation, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities. CARE International in Myanmars programs focus on genderbased violence food and livelihood security disaster risk reduction sexual reproductive health rights peacebuilding and policy and law reform in related areas. 1. Background The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Tradefunded project, Supporting Partnerships and Resilience of Communities SPARC project operates in Maungdaw District, northern Rakhine State, Myanmar. The goal of this project is to contribute to the sustainable reduction of poverty in poor, vulnerable communities through improving the social and economic position of poor, vulnerable households, and to strengthen household and community capacity to sustain such improvements. To achieve this goal, CARE implements integrated livelihood activities that improve food security and economic opportunities, including community forestry, crop productivity intensification, facilitating access to education and introducing financial services through Village Savings and Loans Associations VSLA.The SPARC project has been implemented in Maungdaw District since 2011 with the project completion date of December 2019. During this time the project has been revised and amended in response to the changes in the implementation context, with the most recent revision in 2018 including reprogramming with the added geographic location of townships within Kayah State and northern Shan State. CARE has existing field offices in Loikaw Kayah and Lashio northern Shan from which it is implementing projects that, like SPARC, fall under the Vulnerable Rural Women VRW program of the CARE country office. These projects are focused on supporting gender equality, womens economic empowerment WEE, and support to local civil society organisations CSOs and government actors to prevent and respond to genderbased violence GBV. The opportunity to shift funds to these two geographic locations enable CARE to complement and strengthen programming needs under the VRW program that align closely with SPARCs existing strategic objectives, specifically those focused on improved livelihoods, and building communities and local capacities. Therefore, one additional objective has been included to the project Objective 4 related to GBV prevention and response, and working with womens organizations to strengthen their participation in CSOs and community structures.2. Project Objectives: Objective 1: To assist target communities to sustainably manage and enhance their livelihood productivity by improving access to and utilisation of resource appropriate technologies.Objective 2: To strengthen the technical, operational and management capacity of targeted community groups, local partners and service providers, and to increase womens participation in communitylevel groups.Objective 3: To enhance access to education for vulnerable households by decreasing institutional and householdlevel barriers in northern Rakhine State.Objective 4 2019: To strengthen GBV awareness raising and response mechanisms within target communities in northern Shan and Kayah states.3. Evaluation Objectives and Scope The overall objective of the end of project evaluation is to determine if SPARC achieved its end of project outcomes of sustainable reduction of poverty in poor, vulnerable communities and strengthened household and community capacity to sustain such improvements. The evaluation will focus on the domains of Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Impact and Sustainability. The evaluation should also make recommendations to inform future programming considerations. The key components to be included in the evaluation include the following considerations:Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Impact and SustainabilityRelevance: The extent to which the project suited the priorities and needs of the target groups To what extent are the objectives of the project still valid Are the activities and outputs of the project consistent within the overall goal and the attainment of the objectives Are the activities and outputs of the project consistent with the intended impacts and effectsEffectiveness: The extent to which the project achieved its planned outcomes and objectives To what extent were the objective achieved What were the major factors influencing the achievement or nonachievement of the objectivesEfficiency: The extent to which project was managed to get value for money from inputs of funds, staff and other resources Were the activities cost efficient Where the objectives achieved on timeWas the project implemented in the most efficient way compared to alternatives Impact: The extent to what lasting and significant changes have occurred and what the particular projects contribution to these changes, positive and negative, including unexpected impacts What has happened as a result of the project What real difference has the activity made to the beneficiaries How many people have been affectedSustainability: The extent to measuring whether an activity or an impact is likely to continue the programme has been withdrawn. o To what extent will the benefits of the project continue after project completion o What are the major factors which influenced achievement or nonachievement of sustainability of the projectWithin the review and assessment of the above criteria, the evaluator should take into consideration: gender, disability, indigenous peopleethnic minorities, climate change, and social cohesion. In addition, considerations for how the project managed risk and budget execution, promoted innovative solutions and engaged with various stakeholders, including the private sector.Lessons learned and recommendations for future programmingClear documentation of key lessons learned as part of the project implementation, as relates to operational context, implementation modalities, andor sectoral interventions as relevant to be included within the evaluation report. A maximum of 10 recommendations.The evaluation will cover a review of the overall implementation of the SPARC project, with a primary focus on the implementation in northern Rakhine State. As indicated in the section above, this will include a review of the interventions, geographic coverage, target groups included in the project design and implementation. This will also include consideration of the sociopolitical context within which the project coverage area as relates to the influence on the outcome and impact of the planned project interventions. The results of this evaluation will shared with project stakeholders. The findings contribute to CAREs accountability and will be used to inform project quality and lessons learned and contribute to CARE Myanmars overall long term program strategies. 4. Methodology The consultant is expected to conduct the work in Yangon or possibly by remote, to complete the desk review as the primary means of evaluation, with key informant interviews and subsequent data collection to be included to the extent possible. During the first phase of the evaluation based on initial discussions and review of available documents, the consultant will identify key further information to be obtained from relevant stakeholders, through key informant interviews or obtaining additional data from project locations. As it will not be possible for the evaluator to access the project locations directly, there will be limitations on the scale and scope of supplemental information available. To the extent possible, CARE will assist the evaluator in accessing information and contacting relevant stakeholders identified by the evaluator to obtain additional information to support complete evaluation findings. As possible, perspectives diverse project stakeholders, should be included and reviewed to ensure are gender and target group sensitive. However, it is noted that given the gaps in direct access to project participant groups, the sample size and data collection methods will be limited and therefore will need be further discussed with in country staff to ensure feasibility.Desk review initial report compilation by 15 November 2019: Key documents will be provided by CARE as source of information for the desk review to for initial draft report. These include: Project documents, including proposal, baseline data, other evaluation studies such as midterm report annual reports, monthly activities tracking data Results of project monitoring, reviews, reflection processes, and annual assessments Other relevant CARE tools and policies, long term program strategy documentsOther relevant secondary data relevant to the project implementation area

Job posted: 5.11.2019
INTRODUCTION CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a nonreligious and nonpolitical organisation, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.CARE International in Myanmars programmes focus on genderbased violence food and livelihood security disaster risk reduction sexual reproductive health rights peacebuilding policy and law reform in related areas.CARE International in Myanmars project, Aung Myin Hmu, with partners Legal Clinic Myanmar and BusinessKind Myanmar BKM, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population MoLIP works in partnership with the private sector, government and civil society actors to improve the quality and safety of employment for urban migrant women.Aung Myin Hmu has established a Garment Skills Training Centre, is supporting the establishment of accredited training lines in factories, and is running soft skills and sexual harassment in workplace training in garment factories as well as offering mentoring and other support to female garment workers. The project is working with the private sector, and legal, social and health care service providers to improve workplace and community protection systems against genderbased violence, and ensure migrant women are able to access appropriate services. Aung Myin Hmu is funded by the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund LIFT.BACKGROUND In Myanmars fastgrowing garment sector, child and adolescent labour is an area of concern, particularly in the informal sector. Although there is little comprehensive data on the role of children and youth in the garment sector, in a country with high levels of poverty, low rates of secondary school enrolment, and weak enforcement of labour laws, dropping out of school to search for work is, unsurprisingly, a common option for many children and youths. While the legal working age in Myanmar for light employment is 14 years and for full employment under certain restrictions is 16 years, many of the international garment buyers have chosen to limit their risk and exposure by working solely with factories that require a minimum age for their workers of 18 years. While this may be a safeguard for brands, it ignores the broader economic context of Myanmar where decent job and educational opportunities are scarce, and overlooks the risk that children and youth ending up being employed outside of responsible manufacturers in the informal sector. AMH garment skills training has been limited to adults, however we are increasingly asked about training for adolescents, either by individuals making inquiries during recruitment drives for Sewing Machine Operator SMO or on Facebook, or by development organizations who are looking for places to refer young people for garment sector training. Aung Myin Hmu aims to support the development of a twoyear alternative technical and vocational education and training course for youths who are prone to exploitation in the informal sector and yet face difficulties finding safe and secure employment in the formal garment sector.The goal of the training would be to reduce the vulnerability of youth by delaying the age at which they enter the factories or other work, while giving them skills and experience that will increase their earning potential when they do start working.The main elements of the training course will be vocational and or skills training, combined with classes on literacy and numeracy, life skills and labour law.

Job posted: 5.11.2019

End of Project Evaluation Consultant
Company: Care International Myanmar

1. CARE International in MyanmarCARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a nonreligious and nonpolitical organisation, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.CARE International in Myanmars programs focus on genderbased violence food and livelihood security disaster risk reduction sexual reproductive health rights peacebuilding and policy and law reform in related areas.2. BackgroundCARE started Northern Shan Food Security Project in January 2017, targeting 8 ethnic minority villages in Lashio Township, Northern Shan State. The project will end by December 2019.The overall goal of the project is to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals 1 end poverty and 2 end hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition poor and vulnerable communities in remote areas in Myanmar. The specific objective is to increase capacities of poor and vulnerable households in remote rural areas and to strengthen their food and water security through: a income generating activities b access to new technological agricultural innovations and products c better access to market opportunities.To meet the project specific objective, six outputs have been set up to achieve within the project life: 1. Increased understanding of contextual factors leading to malnutrition 2. Improved ability to adopt appropriate agricultural technological innovations and products 3. Increased income resulting from successful marketing of products 4. Increased involvement of women in the management of household and community resources 5. Improved hygiene and nutrition behaviours 6. Increased access to water for home consumption and agricultureUnder the Northern Shan Food Security project, the situational appraisal of food and nutrition security was conducted in April 2017 to assess a range of contextual driving factors for food and nutrition security situation, nutritionrelated behaviours and agricultural practices in the project area. In addition, market study and value chain analysis on paddy, groundnut and nigger was conducted in December 2017. An Annual Review of this project has been conducted annually in order to assess the projects progress in achieving its objectives and outcomes.3. The Evaluation Objectives and ScopeThe overall objectives of the end of project evaluation is: 1. To determine the project achieve its objectives and outputs 2. To identify intendeded and unintended outcomes, best practices, lessons learned and recommendations to improve future programming in terms of sustainability.The evaluation will focus on the following:Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Impact and Sustainability Relevance: The extent to which the project suited the priorities of the target groups Effectiveness: The extent to which the project achieved its objectives Efficiency: The extent to which project was managed to get value for money from inputs of funds, staff and other resources Impact: The extent to what lasting and significant changes have occurred and what the particular projects contribution to these changes, the positive and negative, including unexpected impacts Sustainability: To assess whether the benefits of the project are likely to continue after the project ends.The results of this evaluation will be reported to project participants, host government, other development partners, donor, CARE Luxembourg and relevant CARE members. The findings contribute to CAREs accountability and will be used to inform project quality improvements and CARE Myanmars long term program design and quality improvement. In response to the evaluation, CARE International in Myanmar will develop a management response to the recommendations provided. Lessons learned and good practice identified will be highlighted and used for future program design.

Job posted: 5.11.2019

Senior Program Officer–Reporting
Company: Care International Myanmar

PROGRAM REPORTING Based on information from monthly progress reports, information sheet, draft donor reports and work with project staff to finalise these reports using the correct donor formats including traveling to field sites as necessary Assist in creating systemsprocedures to improve the quality of reporting Update and monitor reporting schedules, liaising with staff to ensure documents, stories and case studies are produced in a timely manner Ensure CARE internal reports and project information are regularly updated Translate and edit documents in English and MyanmarCOMMUNICATION Produce human interest stories, news stories, videos, project information sheets, press releases, and promotional materials which articulate CARE Myanmars work on a program or project level, as needed Support the development of communications and creative media products as directed by Director Information, Documentation, Monitoring and Evaluation DIDME. Maintain libraries of communications and media materials in both digital and hardcopy formatsCAPACITY STRENGTHENING Provide technical assistance and support to, project staff, partner organizations in the development and socialization of reporting tools and guidelines.PARTNERSHIPS AND NETWORKING Coordinate activities that involve other project staff, ensuring that roles within the team are clear and that individuals know what is expected of them Participate in relevant forums, workshops, government meetings, or other events as required and Provide clear explanations of the Project and CAREs work in Myanmar to partners, and other stakeholders to build positive working relationships.COMMON ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR CARE MYANMAR STAFF: To proactively participate in the APPA process including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1 meetings, ensuring that the APPA process including the paperwork is an integral component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving performance and outcomes Engage in emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as required Promote a safe and secure work environment foster a culture of safety and security awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies, procedures Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Gender Equality, Diversity, Child Protection and Protection from Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse and Comply with CARE Myanmars financial and operational requirements, foster strong communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of honesty and integrity in personal conduct.

Job posted: 5.11.2019

Head Of Planning And Institutional Development
Company: Save the Children International

The postholder plays a key role in contributing to the successful implementation of the MEC program by leading and managing the Partnership Planning team. The holder will contribute to the overall design, planning and implementation of MEC partnership and institutional development activities in close collaboration with the Senior Management team SMT and in line with MECs Program Strategy. The postholder will lead a strong effective team, working effectively with relevant leads on all important technical, organizational and operational matters.Partnership and PlanningSupport and provide management for respective Partnership ManagersCoordinators to monitor, coordinate, facilitate and follow up on partner implementation, ensuring challenges are addressed in a timely and appropriate manner.Lead the Partnership and Planning team to collaborate across teams to design, prepare and cofacilitate the annual Review and Planning Meetings with the complementary education partners. Lead the implementation of the partnership components of the Annual Operating Plan AOP, ensuring MEC is supportive of partners and promotes joint accountability for agreed objectives and contractual obligations. Develop quarterly field monitoring plans with Partnership ManagersCoordinators, ensuring inputs from all teams and partners. Support the preparation of semiannual and annual reports in close collaboration with MEC senior management team leads. Spport continuing collaboration between the Partnership and Planning Team and the MEC Child Safeguarding Advisor to ensure. Lead the revision, dissemination and training on Partnership Principles and values across all MEC teams in close collaboration with senior management leads. Ensure that all partners have child safeguarding policies, systems and plans in place that are aligned with the MEC Child Safeguarding Policy. Facilitate collaboration with 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.Institutional DevelopmentOrganizational Development IDOD Support the PMEL Director in leading consultations with partners senior leadership on needs and priorities for institutional systems strengthening. Support the PMEL Director to develop an Institutional Development strategy with partners and MEC teams that outlines feasible and appropriate objectives and activities through the operating period. 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 systems.Team Leadership and Management Participate actively in the SMT to effectively support the coordination and delivery of the MEC strategy. Manage and support managerscoordinators to ensure that the team has clearly defined objectives and that individual staff understand their roles and responsibilities. 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 and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for staff. Encourage a team culture and partnership approach based on sharing, learning and creativity.General Promote and support a strong collaborative team culture across MEC teams. Additional responsibilities as assigned and agreed with the PMEL Director.Child 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.

Job posted: 30.8.2019

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