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Consultant (Assistant Engineer)
Company: Save the Children International

1. Construction Standard Operation Procedure Coordinate the review and internal approval of the Construction and Communityled Construction SOP Including procurements, contracts and insurance Architecturalengineering drawings and technical support Support in reviewing the proposed construction sites, finalize it in consultation with the community representatives as required Support in reviewing current design in use by SC and provide updated infrastructure designs whenever necessary, including designs based on soil testing results, ensuring safety and security as well as access for people with disabilities, with a particular focus on constructions conducted under education programs. Provide assistance on technical support to the construction officer based in HpaAn for the review, design, supervision and maintenance of infrastructure, including community mobilization for communityled constructions.2. Develop detail design and cost estimation as advised by PM: On the basis of the standard set by Save the Children, developreview detail design for each ECCD Center incorporating water and sanitation in coordinating with the respective community representatives group. Produce detail bill of quantity BoQ, cost estimation for each ECCD Center Develop technical documents as required.3. Supervisionmonitoring of execution of construction work: Assist the construction engineer in supervision of the construction work ensuring the quality and standards as specified by Save the Children Coordinate and communicate regularly with community representatives with the support of field teams , and relevant SC staff in field and Yangon in the management of construction work Ensure that the local resources construction workers, materials etc.are used as far as standards are met Ensure that children are not used as construction workers at any time Monitor the quality of the construction materials and stock management Ensure that elements of DRR, is incorporated and the centers are inclusive accessible for children with disability Ensure that progress of construction work is along the schedule as planned Ensure that adequate safety procedures are followed during construction work4. Reporting the progress: Assist to document construction progress reports, site photographs, contractor communications, etc. in the Construction Folder Assist to produce and submit to PM weeklyfortnightlymonthly work plan and progress report for the construction work Reportsolve any unforeseen constraints or challenges affecting progress of the construction work in the field5. Others: Conduct orientation and training to the ECCD Committee, staff, PTAs and youth in nonstructural mitigation and school disaster management. Develop maintenance plan with the ECCD Committee and the community to ensure the sustainability of ECCD centers. Report to Construction Engineer and Senior Project Officer as soon as misconducts or violation of rules and regulation identified, Perform other tasks as assigned by supervisors.

Job posted: 26.12.2018

MEC Education Director (Re-announcement)
Company: Save the Children International

Leadership and Representation Lead an effective EPAC team, ensuring timely and high quality delivery of team activities and supporting collaborative crossteam working. Ensure the development of a highly qualified EPAC team and its practices. Oversee the research, design and implementation of quality broad based capacity development BBCD in the priority areas of multilingual education and associated teacher and curricula development. Lead the conceptualization, planning and implementation of best practice education interventions and their sustainability through a bottomup approach to partnership engagement and collaboration on ethnic and monastic education systems strengthening. Oversee the delivery of MECs Policy Engagement Strategy and communication activities. As a member of MECs Senior Management Team SMT help ensure that all plans and interventions are aligned with overall MECs program strategy in support of effective and sustainable ethnic and monastic education systems strengthening in Myanmar. Represent MEC at national and international events and proactively advocate for sound evidencebased policies and practices in support of education systems strengthening In collaboration with the MEC Director, support oversight and technical education leadership on commissioned research and joint studies, for example, the MECWB research under the Myanmar Education Partnership Project MEPP with MEC director oversight Build a network of support with a range of stakeholders including: NGOs, CSOs, central and local government, international development organizations and donors and leverage their support for wider coverage and impact of the MEC program. Take on technical leadership in key areas such as MLE and School Improvement Planning in building the brand of MEC as a high quality development organization that takes a leading role in policy debates and in influencing ethnic education policies and practices.Program Growth and Learning Ensure project learning, external analysis and insights informs and contributes to evidencebased policy and advocacy in shaping and developing key documents for MEC including MECs Strategic Vision, the Annual Operational Plans, and SemiAnnual and Annual Reports to donors. Ensure that all education activities have a robust ToC and can be clearly monitored through the overarching Results Framework. Ensure establishment and development of a learning and resources centre including digital library for the purpose of leading and sharing technical and policy expertise broadly with national and international education stakeholders.Program Delivery and Quality Ensure that all EPAC staff implement program interventions in line with program plans and that the team works handinhand with local ethnic and monastic partners to identify technical and policy challenges and opportunities for strategic interventions and followthrough with timely and high quality implementation of activities within a conflict sensitive approach to education development. Provide technical quality assurance of education components of program interventions. Ensure effective and high quality delivery of BBCD and SFF programme activities under the remit of EPAC Participate in partners organizational assessmentrisk analysis, capacity building planning and technical support through joint program planning, implementation, ME with the PMEL and FOG teams.Team Management and Development Directly manage 2 Education Managers, 2 Education Coordinators, 1 Policy Advisor, 1Policy manager, 1 Advocacy Coordinator, 1Communication Manager, 1 Communication Coordinator within EPAC team. Manage the EPAC team by supervising, motivating and developing staff. Immediately bring any significant internal and external team challenges and problems to the attention of the SMT for discussion and resolution. Identify and ensure that the EPAC team receives relevant capacitybuilding support for their professional development in carrying out their roles and responsibilities within the MEC programEnsure that the team proactively builds and maintains technical skills and competencies required for leading and developing innovative, effective and sustainable education programming. Ensure the effective use of the Performance Management System including the establishment of relevant tasks and clear, measureable objectives and ongoing feedback, apart from regular periodic transparent performance reviews and evaluations, including necessary corrective action if required, in line with SCI policy.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 childrenQUALIFICATIONS M.A or PH.D in education, social sciences or other relevant field

Job posted: 25.12.2018

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.

Job posted: 25.12.2018

Programme Support Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

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

Job posted: 24.12.2018

Planning & Reporting Writing Consultant
Company: Save the Children International

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

Job posted: 24.12.2018

Service Provider (Enumerator)
Company: Save the Children International

Collect baseline monthlyend line survey day to day data of selected HH beneficiaries in line with agreed work plan according the survey guidelines Ensure to get the correct information of selected HH beneficiaries by visiting in their available time day to day Ensure to report regularly to supervisor day to day and participate in monthly coordination meeting to present the data of analysis Link and summit the data of baselinemonthly MEAL end line data to web page in time day to day In coordination with the partners and program staffs, ward authorities in geographic areas of assignment. Assist supervisor in preparing work plan Keep records of activities, and report regularly and as requested on programme progress Any other duties and tasks assigned by supervisor

Job posted: 24.12.2018

Consultant (Translation)
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: Education Programme LOCATION: Yangon and Field OfficesNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD 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: The translator will translate written documents from English into Myanmar and from Myanmar into English. In some cases, the translator may also act as an interpreter to provide oral translation during meetings as required.Introduction: Save the Children is the worlds leading independent organisation 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.Purpose of Consultancy:Translation will be from English to Myanmar and from Myanmar to English as requested. Documents will include technical terminology of the above mentioned sectors and will reach an internal staff, etc. and external public, including authorities, population and medias. From time to time, the translator might be requested to act as an interpreter.The expected turnaround rate for documents would be 48 hrs for each 10 pages. The translator will be expected to be: Reading through original material and rewriting it in the target language, ensuring that the meaning of the source text is retained Researching legal, technical and scientific phraseology to find the correct translation Proactively liaising with save the children to discuss any unclear points Proofreading and editing final translated versions Providing clients with a grammatically correct, wellexpressed final version of the translated text, usually as a wordprocessed document Prioritising work to meet deadlinesSCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Programme ManagerTravel: Minimum up to 3 days per month

Job posted: 24.12.2018

Regional Support Officer
Company: Save the Children International

Logistics and Supply Chain Component Oversight of all regional Logistical activities including planning, procurement, warehousing, communications, fleet management, Assets management and reporting as per SCI policies and guideline. Implement logistics systems in accordance with SCI logistics procedures and manual including Country Logistics Manual and new SCI Logs initiatives, briefing and training all relevant staff as required. Monitor the Logistics compliance to SCI policies and procedures through regular visits to the field sites and close supervision of logistics focal persons, and report to SROM and technical line manager on a regular basis. Responsible to provide technical guidance for the delivery of high quality logistics support to programs at regional office and field offices as per SCI standard guideline. Provide technical supervision and advice to the Logistics staff and focal points in the field offices. Build the capacities of Logistics focal points based in the region through training, mentoring, advising, general support and onthejob coaching Ensure that Logistics staff or focal points have clear work plans and objectives and that they have the right technical knowledge and skills to carry out their jobs effectively and efficiently. This will include regular technical supervision and reviews including identification of training and support needs. In conjunction with SROM and Yangon Logistics team, ensure the new SCI Logistics initiatives are disseminated, provide training, implemented, followed effectively, and provide regular feedback. Responsible for the effective implementation of TIM warehouse software and logistics KPI reporting system in the region and provide quality support to the team and if required, cover gaps or provide additional logistics capacity in field and regional offices. Cover all logistical focal persons in the field offices when they take leave or sick leave. Monitor Quality Assurance of all medical supplies in the process of procurement, transportation and storage with technical support from pharmacistprogram managers. Ensure local procurement practises are compliant with Save the Children and donor regulations. Ensure management of both SCI own and rental vehicles including boats is in line with Save the Children standards ensure appropriate allocation and safe use of vehicles throughout the programme and ensure servicing and maintenance schedules are adhered to.Admin and HR Management Keep direct communications with the HR and Support Services team at Yangon HO. Support, guide and monitor programme support staff in the field offices in the region to enable field programme teams to smoothly and efficiently deliver high quality projects in line with project and budget plans Ensure that programme support staff in the field offices receive adequate support and training, and that their performance matches all Essential Standards for HR and Support Services function. Ensure that nonfinancial support staff in the region have clear work plans and objectives and that they have the right technical knowledge and skills to carry out their jobs effectively and efficiently. This will include regular supervision and reviews of each staff member including identification of training and support needs. Assist in the dissemination of all relevant SCI policies and procedures ensuring that all relevant staff receive and understand such policies and procedures. These will include any specific donor requirements for programmes managed in the region Coordinate with Yangon HR department to provide TimeSheets and HR reports in time. Assist SROM in regional level Recruitment process and induction of the new staffs Organize required trainings for both operations and project staffs in line with HRD fund budget.Safety and Security Management Play the role of SSFP SafetySecurity Focal Person at the Regional Office. Coordinate with SROM Yangon SafetySecurity department to provide incident report. Assist SROM in drawing EPP plans and Risk Analysis of the Region Organize required SafetySecurity trainings for both operations and project staffs in the Region.Specific accountabilities Ensure compiling and preparation of timely and high quality regional logistics reports, especially stock, procurement tracker and assets, fleet reports and Logistics KPIs and to be submitted to SROM and Yangon Logistics team on monthly basis. Ensure compiling and preparation of timely and high quality regional Operations reports, especially HR Reports and to be submitted to SROM and Yangon HR team on monthly basis. Liaise closely with the SCI Yangon team Country Office, and in general to supportimplement head office initiatives around logistics systems in the region as required. Liaise closely with the SCI Yangon team Country Office, and in general to supportimplement head office initiatives around Administrative and HR systems in the region as required. Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies. As holder of a key position for the successful implementation of the programme, the Regional Support Officer will be proactive in ensuring constant communications between hisher team, the programme teams, Operation teams, field teams and the Yangon teams. Ensure the quality of Donor required LogisticsAdminHR reports are prepared and submitted. Support the field sub offices operations team define expectations, provide technical support as needed and evaluate individual performance regularly with their direct line managers. Participate actively on the recruitment and upskilling of logisticsAdmin HR focal person staff in all field offices while identifying and recommending appropriate professional development opportunities necessary to retain and develop local talent. Any other tasks that may be requested by the line manager and technical line manager

Job posted: 23.12.2018

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: 23.12.2018

Trainer
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: Human Resources LOCATION: Head Office, YangonNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal dataabout children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unlessthe content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role:To develop customized training design for leadership and management program and deliver trainings to SCIstaff.Introduction:Learning and Development team from HR department has carried out training needs assessment and analysedthe data from Individual staff development plan which is included in an annual performance management form.One of the training needs is developing leadership and management skills for mid and senior staff of nationalstaff. To support this learning needs, LD team is looking for a skilful trainer to deliver training in Yangonoffice as well as regional and field offices. Thus, LD team would like to invite for application from reputableTraining Firms or Individual Trainer.Purpose of Consultancy:The purpose of the Leadership Skills training is to strengthen the staff members mid senior Staff currentleadership and management skills. Proposed to blend this training with theoretical and practical experience inmanagement and Leadership through which staff will acquire skills to manage and lead their respective teameffectively and efficiently. Purpose of consultancy is: To consult with hiring manager to find out specific learning needs of the focus group To develop the customized training design to fulfil the objectives of the training To facilitate the trainings according to the schedule which requested by the organization To submit the training report within one month based on the evaluation.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: HR Manager

Job posted: 23.12.2018

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