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National Case Management Advisor
Company: Save the Children International

Provide technical leadership to Case Management staff of SC and partner MNGOs to ensure the quality of provision of case management services meeting international standards Represent Save the Children, as required, at national and interministerial events and proactively facilitate linkages among key stakeholders to collaborate in develop of national level case management and centralized databased systems for Myanmar Liaise with DSW and other key actors and ensure the process is participatory, coordinated and well informed Support the International Case Management Advisor in developing high quality national level standardized case management and centralized databased systems in collaboration with UNICEF and other CP actors throughout the harmonization process of the tools Support and work with International Case Management advisor to develop identify roles and develop job descriptions of case management social workforce and produce standardized training packages based on competency framework Provide support for coordination of Myanmar National Case Management Technical Task Force during consultation process of the project Support collection of reliable data that will produce meaningful recommendations for the case management system going forward Provide support to operational teams in developing and implementing project specific ME frameworks and ensure monitoring information is analysed and shared, appropriately both internally and externally. Consolidate field inputs and draft relevant technical sections of programme and donor reports Collaborate with CP HoP, CP Thematic Advisor and PM to support and conduct program review meetings and workshops for ongoing program learning and improvement as well as program implementationCapacity building and support Lead the capacity development of case management workforce of both development and humanitarian and ensure adequate technical support to programme managers and the operation teams for the effective implementation and monitoring of case management programme activities Developing capacity building plans for case management taskforce in coordination with the PM and CP HoP, CP TA with technical support from the International Case Management advisor Support field teams in identifying and supporting civil society partners including: partner capacity assessment, capacity building planning and technical supporttraining Ensure that the Case Management Team is updated with technical strategies and approaches Identify key learning opportunities and processes from the case management project, its workforce and proactively and continuously design and organize opportunities to share key lessons to inform and improve project quality and rolling out improved tools, procedures and systems in collaboration with key technical team members Provide ToTs technical trainings on case management, centralized databased system, coaching and supervision to the SC project and implementing partners and other case management workforces as required and improve themExternal Relations Represent Save the Children at child protection andor case management meetings, donor meetings, and other presentations at stateregional level Liaise with the relevant government authorities with Child Protection responsibilities at the National, State level, such as Department of Social Welfare, and other relevant counterparts e.g., SCRCRCRC membersMonitoring and Evaluation Ensure all project staff effectively contributes and uses data for technical review and planning Regularly visit project sites to ensure learning is documented and shared Advise on the systems and standards for ensuring regular supervision, monitoring and evaluation of the programme against its objectives and expected outputs in collaboration with relevant MEAL and PI teams Conduct field monitoring visits and regular distance support exercises to assist PI teams in applying technical standards, guidelines and tools Provide support in developing and implementing an effective monitoring and evaluation framework, establishing beneficiary feedback systems and stakeholder participation for the health programme in close collaboration with Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning MEAL and PI teams Assist in gathering and analysing relevant technical data and statistics to support programme development and country wide reporting in close collaboration with relevant MEAL team membersCapacity Building Contribute to the development of a technical competency framework for all case management project staff SCI and partners and corresponding training package Lead and facilitate the rollout of the competency framework training package to all staff SCI and partnersChild Safeguarding Responsibilities Develop and pilot practical daytoday approaches to increase awareness, commitment and

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Head of HIV TB Program
Company: Save the Children International

Since 2010, Save the Children has served as one of the two Principal Recipients for the Global Fund for HIVAIDS, TB and Malaria GFATM grants in Myanmar. Head of HIV TB Program is responsible the HIV and TB grants implemented by the 11 NGO subrecipients SRs and additional subSRs. The Head of HIV TB Program is a senior level program position and ensures timely, high quality and effective delivery of HIV and TB programs in compliance with the GFATM, international and national approved policies and guidelines. The Head of HIV TB Program will collaborate with other senior members of the GFATMPR team i.e., procurement and supply chain management, finance and program units represent the GF program with Ministry of Health and other highlevel stakeholders manage strong professional linkages with SRs, and other HIV and TB technical partners in country ensure achievement of program targets and establish rigorous systems for quality assurance.Under the guidance and with the support of Deputy DirectorProgram Implementation, the Head of HIVTB Program will provideTechnical Oversight Participate and provide input policy advice, strategy of disease control, operational plan to the National HIV, TB and HIVTB integrated technical strategy group and technical working groups Monitor and provide direction to all HIV and TB 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 that any changes are programmatically sound. 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 guidelines and treatment protocol and SCGFATM expectations. Stay abreast of global guidelines and ensure dissemination and application as appropriate among SRs. 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.Technical program integration Identify opportunities for TB SRs to integrate HIV interventions and vice versa. Adapt strategies to promote TBHIV integration, including the sample transport systems, expansion of clinical care services and private sector approaches. Convene joint HIV and TB SR meetings to promote collaboration and learning. Promote SR participation in TBHIV meetings at all levels to facilitate referral and linkages.External representation and communication Represent SC PR and provide substantive contributions in Technical Strategy Groups for HIV and TB. Represent SC PR in meetings with the Local Funding Agent. Closely coordinate with the other PR UNOPS, National Programmes, WHO and other UN agencies in the field of health and HIVAIDS. Under the direction of the supervisors, 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. Serve as primary contact point for technical advisers from Save the Children and other technical assistance agencies on HIV and TB.Innovation and advocacy Identify opportunities for innovation, either dissemination of promising practices at SR level or adaptation of best practices from regional or global level. Engage technical stakeholders such as UNAIDS and WHO to promote learning and innovation among SRs. Provide inputs and lead advocacy efforts required to adjust government policy to institutionalize innovations as appropriate. Disseminate lessons learned on innovation among at national and international level via technical meetings, conferences, learning events, and other opportunities.Scope and complexity of decision making Critically analyze SR program performance results and suggestlead changes in program approaches where required. Analyze results of SRs work plans and budget expenditure quarterly and semiannual basis, and make recommendation for management actions to PRs SMT. Incorporate lessons learned into the decision making process of recipients and donors with PR, LFA and Sub recipients. Work with the Deputy Director of Program Implementation to 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. Maintain close coordination with other HIV implementing partners active incountry with other donor resources. Ensuring that the activities of the Program Manager and Senior Program Coordinators under the management of the post holder are also aligned with these efforts.Management and supervision Oversee the progress of program activities, budgets of SRs, and ME implemented by 11 SRs and over 20 SSRs under the HIV and TB grants. Advise improvement in process management to SRs. Provide guidance to the SR in the implementation of project work plans including approval of carried over activities and cancelled activities quarterlysemiannually. Supervise the collection of training plans, review in term of relevance, budget, work plan, compilation and finalization for submission to donor. Work closely with different functional departments to ensure the program is on track to overall program objectives such as checking and validation of yearly forecasting and procurement plan of pharmaceutical, health product and equipment programmatic inputs to performance indicators setting provide clarification on budget variances and participate in donor financial reports preparation. Maintain a strong strategic overview of the thematic area in the context of Myanmar, and be aware of evolving international standardsguidance and able to implement stateoftheart technical approaches in HIVAIDS and TB prevention and treatment. Build the capacity of the PM and SPCs under the management jurisdiction of the post holder. 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. Work with finance 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 approval or disapproval with justifications.Knowledge management, ME Develop all HIV and TB content for the PRs knowledge management system, ensuring regular updating based on technical guidelines. Cultivate and lead routine knowledge management practices among team members and HIV and TB SRs. Facilitate learning opportunities on a regular basis for SRs and team members. Support the development of the DHIS2 modules for HIV and TB, including content requirements for aggregate and casebased reporting systems.

Job posted: 18.2.2019

Project Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Assist and check in preparing payments for project related activities which submitted by program staff Coordinate with Unicef for any logistic preparation for discharge events Maintain a filing system of project related documents and letters communicate with government counterparts Maintain a register on books and publications received from Unicef and other projects Make sure assist in preparing any logistic related and administrative for all trainings and workshops to be organized by project team across regions Hotel booking, air ticketing and other logistical arrangement for all project staff for field trips and monitoring trips with coordination with support service team. Contact and share information to all project staff and partner staff for any trainings and events Make sure discharge kits are in place at discharge site by coordinating with UNICEF Coordinate with logistic team for any procurement request for project related activities. Managing stationery supply for regular learning sessions, review workshop and trainings. Coordination with IT team for project related IT equipment maintenance and repair Communicating with other agencies and partners working in the area and staff from regional office such as urgent information sharing for the project activities, confirmation about participants for trainings and working group meetings etc Assist in documentation of capacity building workshops and trainings for variety of stakeholders. Assist in procurement of materials, supplies and maintenance of project equipment and repair. Assist supervisor in preparing budget estimation for trainings and invitation to other agencies to participate at trainings Keep records of activities, and report regularly and as requested on programme progress. Any other duties and tasks assigned by supervisorChild Safeguarding Responsibilities: Ensure that all beneficiaries of your program are receiving ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.Case Management

Job posted: 18.2.2019

Senior Executive Officer
Company: Save the Children International

Coordinate efficient and timely inand outflow of documents which require the Director Programme ImplementationPDQ signatureapproval, including letters, contractsagreements, financial documents, invoices for payment, obtaining additional background information on these documents from relevant sections in the Yangon office andor programmesRegional andor Field offices as necessary. This includes the immediate redistribution of the approved documents to the relevant departments to avoid delays in the flow. Maintain a system for softhard copy files for relevant incomingoutgoing documents for the Directors of Programme Implementation and PDQ. Provide administrative support to Directors Programme ImplementationPDQ, including travel and logistics support for meetings, field visits and overseas missions includes preparing and facilitating travelexpense reimbursements. Provide staff under direct management of PDQ and PI Directors with travel and logistics support for field visits, includes preparing and facilitating travel flightcar booking inform field offices. Support HR department in the induction process of visitors and new PDQPI staff in office. Arrange appointments and meetings for Directors PIPDQ with other senior members of both PI and PDQ teams and other teams, as well as delegates, consultants, advisors and representatives of other INGOs as necessary, also coordinating with the Support Services, HR, Logistics and CD unit for logisticcoordination arrangements for the meetings. Coordinate and maintain monthly and annual schedule of visitors to Directors Programme Implementation and PDQ, Director Programme Implementation and PDQ visits to field offices and reporting deadlines Maintain and update the organograms of PI and PDQ departments in CO Coordinate and support the schedule and arrangements of regular meetings of PI Team senior members, including preparation and dissemination of meeting notes and storing on shared drive. Liaise with the OfficerinCharge to ensure smooth delivery of day to day routine work output in the absence of the Directors Liaise with various roles of Programmes Operations teams as necessary for work coordination and for timely completion of tasks assigned, Organize workshops and meetings of PI and PDQ teams including the responsibilities of logistics and coordination Provide communication and coordination support to Heads of Regional Offices and Regional Operations Coordinators for Regional Review WorkshopsMeetings. Collect data on staff and visitors travelling to Rakhine and inform Rakhine Regional Office for the application process of Travel Approvals to local authorities. Provide logistics and coordination support to Senior Executive Officer CD Unit for Expanded Senior Management Team ESMT meetings Maintain strict compliance with confidentiality on documentation and information in the area of responsibilities, Perform other related duties as required, including support to ad hoc inventory checksChild 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: 18.2.2019

Senior Field Coordinator
Company: Save the Children International

Works with technical consultants to develop appropriate and effective data collection plans and design, including critical components such as scope, methodology and key questions. Coordinates and consults with technical experts from partner organisations on initiative design, methodology and planning. The design and implementation should be in accordance with best practices. In particular, the Senior Field Coordinator must design and implement approaches to data collection that are participatory andor empowermentfocused. Every data collection plan must be gender and conflictsensitive, and must include feedback mechanisms to ensure twoway communication between the IRI team and the communities we work with. Assists technical consultants in executing data collection plans in order to develop an evidence base for advocacy efforts. This may include the use of key informant inteviews, focus group discussions, and surveys, as well as other innovative data collection tools. Develops a network a relations with other staff members of international agencies working in Rakhine, in order to inform concept notes, and data collection. When required, works with Project Lead to develop a plan for hiring enumerators andor other forms of external assistance for evidence collection. Delivers reliable and valid data to the greatest extent possible for analysis by the project team. Manages travel plans for evidence collection as required, including ensuring appropriate transportation and lodging, and ensuring that all required travel documentation is up to date.2. Produces reports, analysis and other and advocacy products While executing evidence collection plans, maintains a daily log of emerging issues and unexpected incidents. At the end of each implementation period, produces a lessons learned document which is shared with the project team. Builds capacity of project team members and enumerators as required Coordinates with partners, enumerators, and other external parties as required for evidence collection Reviews and edits reports produced by consultants, providing substantive feedback. When necessary, finalizes reports and other advocacy products.3. Management and Representation Represents IRI at advocacy and coordination meetings in Sittwe, and develops a network of contacts with partner organisations in Sittwe and Maungdaw. Manages 2 project staff, creating work plans, holding regular meetings, and providing direction. Oversees administration of IRI office in Sittwe, including liasing with SCI staff, attending regular SCI meetings, and conducting necessary administrative and operational paperwork. Meets regularly with IRI Project Lead to provide updates and receive direction on IRIs projects.4. 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.5. Other tasks as required by the project.QUALIFICATIONS Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing qualitative and quantitative research projects, including varied forms of data collection Demonstrated knowledge of a wide variety of research methods, including conflict and gender sensitive research as well as participatory methodologies Strong grounding in gender, power, andor feminist analysis Experience of working in conflict contexts, and particularly in working with a variety of stakeholders involved in such conflicts Strong ability to work with and interact with persons of different cultures in professional and personal settings Excellent communication and presentation skills in Myanmar and English. Strong ability to work independently Ability to live and work in a humanitarian emergency setting Commitment to and understanding of Save the Childrens aims, values and principles. Willingness and capability to comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to health and safety, security, equal opportunities and other relevant policies, including the Child Safeguarding Policy

Job posted: 18.2.2019

Service Provider
Company: Save the Children International

Provide assistance to stateregional TB officers of NTP for planning, implementation, training, management and supervision of mobile team activities Ensure to operate mobile team activities in accordance with approved work plan Supervise mobile team staff during field visits Timely report to respective TMO and TB ROTL whenever required Take financial accountability and responsibility for mobile team operations under the guidance, supervision and management of TB ROTL Review and check data regarding ACF activities accomplished by respective mobile teams Submit mobile team completion reports and monthly reports to respective TB RO and TMO Submit monthly activity reports to respective recruiting organizations partners To submit consolidated monthly activity report of all staff to respective recruiting organizations and need to attach attendance sheet Provide clinical screening for TB and other illnesses and provide immediate medical treatment to patients and refer to nearest health facilities as necessary during mobile team visits Provide Project consumption of medicines, antiTB drugs and necessary stocks as per mobile team schedules in monthly basis and report to respective TB RO Conduct X Ray reading and interpretation Coordinate with local authority, local health staff, local NGO, INGO and social organization Perform any other duties as required Follow HR rules and regulations of NTP with the direct supervision of TB ROTLMedical Doctor Team Leader of TB Mobile Team

Job posted: 18.2.2019

Project Assistant (CP)
Company: Save the Children International

Support POs for implementing, monitoring project activities to achieve project targets in timely Manner Work closely with partner CBOs and community members and children in addressing child protection issues Train, coach and support CBOs and community members so as enable them to implement project activities at the same time ensuring quality of the delivery Ensure systematic documentation of cases, or if necessary, develop a system of filing to respond to local needs in coordination wi h the line management and partner organization Receive and verify information fed from the communities. Produce regular reports and ensure to follow up for partner reports Monitor the progress of the work with CBOs. Assist the POs in supporting the technical implementations of plans to facilitate CP related information and coordinate with other agencies when needed. Other tasks assigned by Project Officers, Deputy Programme Manager and Programme Manager.Child Safeguarding Responsibility: Ensure that all beneficiaries of your program are receiving ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.BEHAVIOURS Values in PracticeAccountability: Holds selfaccountable 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: 12.2.2019

MEAL Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Ensure Area Team staff and Partners are assisted and equipped to consistently and regularly monitortheir work collecting quantitative and qualitative data on programming activities. Manage data collation of accurate and timely data of programme activities and consolidate againstoutputs indicators from Area Offices Monthly reporting of data in order to follow up the standard project and strategic indicators Numberof beneficiaries, number and type of activities completed Ensure data entry for 4Ws matrix and Output TrackerManagement Information System and thensubmitting on timely. Data consolidation and clarification in the ExcelAccess based area level on monthly basis to strictdeadline. Completing project data reports monthly to the line manager. Data collection, clarification of Total Reach from area office teams by quarterly preparing report tothe line manager. Coachingtraining and building capacity of area office teams to collect and manage their relevant dataregularly. Contribute in development of database for project and contextual data by being part of system designwhile working with the line manager. Develop and update GAP analysis in programme needed. Ensuring data collections are in line with a monitoring and evaluation planMonitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Ensure that maternal and new born health care service strengthening activities are carried outaccording to quality standards established by Save the Children through quality monitoring checklists.Reporting MonthlyWeekly or each time necessary written and oral report to Line ManagerIntegration, Coordination and transversal aspects Work with other team members of Save the Children working in the same communities, to ensurethe integration and complementarity of the different sectors of the intervention. Ensure the integration of aspect related to gender, child protection, HIV, environment and othercrosscutting issues to the implementation of maternal and new born health care service strengtheningactivities, and ensure that activities take into account the needs of specific groups and individuals,especially children, elderly and disable people.

Job posted: 12.2.2019

Project Assistant (WASH)
Company: Save the Children International

Reports to: Project OfficerBudget Responsibilities: NoRole Dimensions: Construction, Water Supply, Public Health Promotion, Training Regular contact of detailed explanations of policy, regulations, programs, services and representation of SCI at the local level or with midlevel counterparts.Need Assessment Be responsible for technical part of WASH needs assessments and participate in the selection of target communities and WASH facilities to be rehabilitated and or build in the project, through technical feasibility studies, household level questionnaires, focal group discussions, visits to facilities and sites, and interview with key members of the community.Program design and implementation: Assist for the design, establishment of work specifications and quotation, followup and evaluation of activities related to the construction of WASH infrastructures in public institutions and communities including emergency response areas , such as: Assist PO for Construction or rehabilitation of sanitation facilities latrines, incinerator, bathing spaces, sokage pit. Assist PO for Construction or rehabilitation of drinking water infrastructures hand dug well wells, boreholes, pipe network, reservoir, drinking water treatment device. Planning, organization and follow up of the community mobilization in target communities on issues related to construction, operation and maintenance of WASH facilities. Be responsible to establish the technical aspect of the internal purchase order and tender documents for construction and rehabilitation of WASH facilities. Be responsible for the quality control of materials WASH bought by Save the Children and its subcontractors. Site management: general supervision of contractors. Validate the progress and quality of work of the contractors, and make the connection with logistics to ensure their payments. Design, implementation and organization of training for construction of small WASH facilities at household level hand washing device, sand filter .... Followup of activities of local partners of Save the Children such as local NGOs or governmental agencies in the field of WASH facilities construction, and participate in their capacity building. Conduct Hygiene Promotion activities. Conduct the water quality testing and chlorination. Communicate and liaise with the camp responsible persons and volunteers including masons and carpenters. Determine the availability of local service providers for WASH activities and follow up logistics to make sure procurement processes are smooth and quick. Take photos of activities before, during and after and submit to Project Officer as required. Keep doucments records hard and soft copies for audilt process. Perform any other relevant tasks assigned by Project Officer.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: 12.2.2019

Project Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Conduct baseline survey and data entry, and assist in design of project activities in line with agreed work plan. Ensure community mobilisation, and facilitate communitybased project activities through regular interaction with children and community members, including providing training, guidance and support. Conduct necessary meetings, discussions and sensitization to organize community targeting Take steps to ensure that the programme benefits the poorest and most disadvantaged children and assist in beneficiary selection in a participatory and transparent manner. Facilitate and lead capacity building workshops and training business skills, financial education for target beneficiaries and variety of stakeholders. Assist in processes of procurement for project materials needed for program implementation and for the provision of productive grants to beneficiaries cashinkind Liaise with local authorities, and departmental officials regarding the project activities as necessary. Assist supervisor in preparing project work plan and budget estimation. Responsibility for cash disbursement for assigned project activities Rapid Response mechanisms, productive grants etc Keep records of project activities, and report regularly the programme progress to supervisor. Provide support during donor monitoring and senior management visits as well as consultanttechnical support visits to the field site. Any other duties and tasks assigned by supervisor.Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that all beneficiaries of your program are receiving ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.Project Assistant Livelihood

Job posted: 12.2.2019

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