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The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) assists partner states in developing laws, institutions, policies and practices to improve the governance of their security sector based on international norms and good practices. Headquartered in Geneva, DCAF has a global portfolio and employs over 170 highly qualified international staff with operational activities in over 70 countries.
For our office in Ramallah, we are looking for a highly motivated and qualified professional to be our next:
International Programme Manager/Project Coordinator (100%)
Location: Ramallah, occupied Palestinian territories (oPt)
Starting date: 1 March 2018 or as per agreement
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The Asia Foundation is seeking an experienced individual for the position of Team Leader.
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Saferworld is seeking a Policy Adviser to provide support and advice on programme design and implementation to ensure the meaningful inclusion of women, marginalised groups and others whose voices are often unheard, whist being sensitive to underlying drivers of conflict or instability.
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Ce poste est situé au sein du Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires (OCHA), qui fait partie du Secrétariat de l'ONU chargée de rassembler les acteurs humanitaires pour assurer une réponse cohérente aux situations d'urgence. Le Chef du Service des politiques travaillera sous la direction stratégique globale du Secrétaire général adjoint / Coordonnateur des secours d'urgence (USG / ERC) et sous la supervision directe du Secrétaire général adjoint / Coordonnateur adjoint des secours d'urgence (ASG / DERC).
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Un poste d’expert(e) national(e) détaché(e) (END) au sein des institutions européennes est à pourvoir pour lequel est lancé un appel à candidature externe :
En cas de recrutement, l’END sera placé(e) sous contrat avec Expertise France.
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To support the National Director in ensuring that effective security measures for the National Office programs are both appropriately planned for and addressed within the national context so WV Mali mitigates operational risks and institutionalizes an organizational culture and practice of safety and security.
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The USAID/Mali Peacebuilding, Stabilization, and Reconciliation Project is a five-year program that is expected to improve prospects for long-term peace, security, and reconciliation by strengthening the positive resilience of communities working in partnership with their elected officials. Activities will include the development of early warning and response systems, support for scalable and sustainable community-driven peacebuilding, stabilization, and recovery efforts in conflict-affected areas and areas at risk of conflict, and efforts to address the needs of youth and victims of violence.
Under the overall direction of the Chief of Party (COP), the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will be responsible for management and oversight of all operational, procurement and logistical aspects of program activities, including oversight of grants awards and sub-contracts.
Blumont seeks a Project Director to manage a DFID-funded Building resilience and adaptation to climate extremes and disasters programme (BRACED) in Mali: http://www.braced.org/. The successful candidate will provide strategic and programmatic leadership to the staff and partner consortium to implement the project according to predetermined timelines and budgets and in compliance with Blumont and donor standards. She/he will be the principal interface with Donor and host government institutions, providing regular and responsive reporting and communication.
Since 2015, USIP’s Justice and Security Dialogue (JSD) program in the Sahel-Maghreb has been piloting a model of collaborative local security in Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia. The JSD approach seeks to improve relationships between civilian security services and the communities they serve, through a series of dialogues and related activities, which support participants in jointly identifying and addressing local security issues, through a transparent, iterative and participatory process.
The Field Coordinator, Justice and Security Dialogues (FC) will support the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Justice and Security Dialogue Program in the Sahel and Maghreb by working with national partners to facilitate a series of dialogues and related activities in each country of responsibility. Together with local partners, the FC is responsible for ensuring that all program activities assigned to him/her are held in a manner that complies with project standards and objectives. The FC will oversee work in four to five countries of responsibility, and will be assisted by a Deputy Field Coordinator.
The position will be based in Dakar, Senegal, or Mali, Bamako, and require frequent travel to the relevant countries, and occasional travel to additional project countries and USIP headquarters. The FC will be supervised by the competent Washington D.C.-based Program Officer. He or she will supervise four to five JSD Country Officers (COs), one in each country of responsibility, and will act as an intermediary between HQ and the COs.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Since 2015 USIP has supported the Justice and Security Dialogue (JSD) processes in Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria and Tunisia. The JSD aims to rebuild trust between communities and civilian security services through a series of dialogues and activities addressing urgent security issues. The process brings together a diverse array of community, government and security actors. As they work together to address shared challenges, JSD participants come to better know, understand, and eventually trust one another. Experiencing the positive impacts of their collaboration builds commitment to work together towards a stronger and more secure community. The result is residents who are active in the safety of their community, and more effective, accountable, and responsive security services.
The Program Officer will provide substantive, research, communication, and programmatic support for the Justice and Security Dialogue (JSD) program in the Sahel and Maghreb. The position will be based in Washington DC, but will include regular travel to project countries. The PO will report to the Senior Program Officer. Candidates should be prepared to begin work before mid-January 2018.