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DCAF’s International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT) is looking for the new Head of Professional Development and Training service line.
The candidate will among other responsibilities oversee the portfolio of ISSAT’s current trainings in supporting security and justice reform, and identify and assess future professional development, learning and training needs of the globally deployed SSR practitioners from ISSAT’s bilateral and multilateral Governing Board Members. The candidate will develop professional and learning development pathways and curriculum for SSR practitioners, which may include training modules as well as other learning, coaching and mentoring opportunities, ensuring that such pathways are designed in line with international best practices.
For more information of the vacancy as Head of Professional Development and Training at DCAF-ISSAT, kindly follow the link.
Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Head of the Mission (DHoM), the Programme Manager, Security Co-operation and Governance (SCOG) discharges her/his responsibilities in leading and effectively implementing the work of the SCOG Programme. She/he supports the Head of Mission (HoM) as a focal point for the co-ordination of the Transnational Threats Department-related activities of the Mission.
For more information about the vacancy Programme Manager, Security Co-operation and Governance, please follow the link.
The Regional Program Manager aims to ensure excellence in performance in all areas of program implementation for specific programs (TBD) in full compliance with SFCG and donor rules and regulations. By supporting the country teams in the Sahel conflict geography (Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso) measuring their performance using specific and agreed-upon program implementation and quality measurement tools, the Regional Program Manager shares a diagnosis of country programs’ strengths and weaknesses with the Regional Director. This diagnosis will be based on the efficacy and effort by the country team in utilizing organizational tools.
Based on this diagnosis, priorities for each country program are set with the Regional Director. This is done in a manner that consistently builds capacity, strengthens lines of accountability, and enables and inspires talent at all levels within the country program. Accountability of the performance in managing the awards remains with the Country Director, who is supervised by the Regional Director. The Regional Director thus focuses more so on strategic development, new business development, and management of the senior country team.
The Regional Programme Manager will also support the operationalization of the Sahel conflict geography strategy.
For more information about the vacancy Regional Program Manager, please follow the link.
Saferworld are looking for a project coordinator to be based in Aden, Yemen - with regular travel inside and outside the country. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for participating in the successful delivery of a new project, Enhancing Mechanisms for Community Security in Yemen. The post-holder will be responsible for preparing budget estimates for planned activities and assisting in developing and implementing the monitoring and evaluation framework for the programme.
For more information about the vacancy Project Coordinatior - Yemen, please follow the link.
DCAF Operation Department is looking for a Programme Advisor, in its Sub -Saharan Africa Divison. The Programme Advisor for Results and Learning supports a result and learning approach to program management in the Division. She/he is responsible for Sub -Saharan Africa Divison performance management system and in producing regular internal and external cases or articles on programme and divisional performance and achievements. She/he contributes to developing new projects/programs and in raising funds for these new initiatives. She/he assists the Sub -Saharan Africa Divison's management in using the performance information for decision-making, resource allocation, and lesson learning. This is a four-month assignment to cover maternity leave for the incumbent.
For more information about the vacancy as Programme Advisor, kindly follow the link.
Le Responsable Pays ou Country Officer (CO) est chargé d'étendre le processus de dialogue sur la justice et la sécurité au Niger, d'encadrer et d'assister les partenaires et les parties prenantes dans la mise en œuvre directe du projet et de renforcer l'appui aux approches collaboratives en matière de sécurité au niveau national. Le poste nécessite de développer sans cesse les relations avec les décideurs nationaux et les parties prenantes locales, la mise en réseau, la consultation, l’élaboration de stratégies nationales et l’assurance de la qualité de la mise en œuvre, tout en surveillant et en rendant compte des activités des projets JSD au Niger.Il s’agit d’une position locale basée à Niamey (Niger). Ce poste est sous la direction du coordinateur régional, qui est chargé de l’orientation stratégique globale des activités du JSD et de la création de partenariats avec les parties prenantes concernées, de la formation, du mentorat et de la formation des chargés de projet dans le pays, selon les besoins. Le responsable pays supervisera également un chargé de projet, qui guide les relations et coordonne les dialogues et les activités connexes au niveau local. De plus, le responsable pays travaillera également en étroite collaboration avec Washington DC, le personnel basé aux États-Unis et les autres CO du Burkina Faso, Mali, Nigéria, Sénégal et de la Tunisie.
Pour postuler à l'offre Responsable Pays (Country Officer), Dialogues sur la Justice et la Sécurité au Niger veuillez suivre le lien.
The Police Liaison will play a key role in the implementation of USIP’s Police Dialogue Program, which aims to strengthen the capacity of security actors in Burma to prevent electoral violence and promote democratic policing norms. Through a series of dialogues and skills-building workshops, the program will build knowledge and skills in democratic policing of elections and community engagement. The Police Liaison will work full-time and will report to the Program Manager and will also work in close coordination and consultation with the USIP Burma program team:. The Police Liaison will be USIP’s primary point of contact with key security actors from the Union and State/Region-level Myanmar Police Force (MPF), the General Administration Division (GAD) and the Union Election Commission (UEC), among other actors.
For more information about the vacancy Police Liaison at USIP, please follow the link.
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 internal security services (police and gendarmerie) employing an adaptive problem-solving approach through a series of dialogues and activities addressing urgent security issues.
The Program Officer (PO) will support JSD work in 2-3 project countries. 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.
For more information about the vacancy Program Officer Justice and Security Dialogue, please follow the link.
ICRC delegates to the police and security forces (PGE Delegates) work as part of one or several ICRC delegations around the world depending on the number of countries they are tasked to cover. They are responsible for contributing to the dialogue between the ICRC Delegations and arms carriers (AC), notably, but not exclusively, Police and Security Forces, with the aim to enhance understanding of the ICRC's role and its operational procedures among these forces; and to support national efforts for the dissemination and integration of international human rights law and humanitarian principles.
For full details about the vacancy Delegate in charge of Relations with Police and Security Forces, please follow the link.
SFCG lance en cette année 2019 un projet : « Youth Talk: Empowering Young People through Media in Mali, Central African Republic, and South Sudan
» avec le financement de Bezos Family Foundation. Ce projet de 36 mois vise à soutenir l’autonomisation des jeunes dans leurs communautés à travers des activités de proximité et de communication à Bangui et à Bambari. SFCG recherche pour ce projet un Chef de Projet pour le bureau de Bangui.
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