Vacancies In Iraq

 

Area Coordinator Arbil Iraq

epartment: Coordination
Position: Area Coordinator Contract duration: 6 months Location: Iraq, Erbil Starting Date ASAP

I. Background on ACTED

ACTED is an independent international, private, non-partisan and non-profit organization that operates according to principles of strict neutrality, political and religious impartiality, and non discrimination.

ACTED was created in 1993 to support populations affected by the conflict in Afghanistan. Based in Paris, France, ACTED now operates in 30 countries worldwide, with over 200 international and 4000 national staff. ACTED has a 100 million € budget for over 350 projects spanning 8 sectors of intervention; including emergency relief, food security, health promotion, economic development, education & training, microfinance, local governance & institutional support, and cultural promotion. For more information, please visit our website at www.acted.org.

II. Country Profile

Capital Office : Bagdad National Staff : 125 (July 2012) International Staff : 6 (July 2012) Areas : 2 (Erbil, Kut) On-going programmes: 2 Bugdet : about 3 M€ (2011)

ACTED began work in Iraq in 2003. ACTED has one base in southern Iraq in Kut and in 2007 opened a base in Erbil to better respond to IDP needs in the Kurdistan region. ACTED originally focused on improving the health, water and sanitation conditions of vulnerable populations in southern Iraq, but the deteriorating security situation and drastic increase in the number of displaced people have resulted in a new focus on meeting IDP and host community needs, based on the experience in IDP camps in Lebanon. The ACTED Iraq national team includes around 100 people who implement multi-sector emergency relief projects including WATSAN activities, gender based violence awareness, health promotion, economic rehabilitation, food security, and distribution of basic relief commodities. Supporting long-term impacts through sustainable livelihoods and support to local civil society – For ACTED Iraq, 2011 was a year of transition from emergency relief and rehabilitation to development. To support the slow march towards peace and stability, ACTED implemented a dynamic range of programming from the distribution of basic necessities to internally displaced families to apprenticeship programs, gender-based violence awareness and capacity building of local authorities and Iraqi civil society. In 2011, ACTED partnered with an Iraqi NGO for the first time in order to jointly implement a project providing assistance to Iraq’s displaced populations. Moving forward, ACTED will prioritise partnership with local Iraqi NGOs to better deliver assistance through their detailed knowledge of and experience with target communities, build the capacity of Iraq’s civil society and move toward increasingly sustainable and longer-term interventions.

III. Position Profile

Under the authority of the Country Director, the Area Coordinator is responsible to ensure the implementation of ACTED’s mandate and manage the international and national staff involved in projects located in a specific area of intervention in-country.

Responsibilities:

  1. Ensure ACTED Representation in the area of activity
    1. Representation vis-à-vis provincial authorities: Participate in official meetings to ensure maximum visibility vis-à-vis provincial authorities.
    2. Representation vis-à-vis Donors: Establish and update contact details of potential Donors active in the area of activity; Participate in Donor meetings at provincial level and communicate relevant information to the Country Director; Circulate the Annual Report.
  • Representation amongst other international organisations: Participate in inter-NGO Coordination meetings and those of UN Agencies (OCHA, UNDP, UNICEF, FAO, etc.), and any other relevant inter-governmental institution at provincial level; Ensure maximum visibility of the Agency amongst the NGO community at provincial level; Lead the production of reports and ensure the timeliness and accuracy of information provided, as well ensuring confidentiality of sensitive information.
  1. Contribute to the development of a global intervention strategy and to support its implementation at provincial level
    1. Analyse the context and develop strategic plans, in consultation with the Country Director: Gather and analyse information regarding opportunities and risk; Define an operational strategy for finances and HR.
    2. Implement the financial strategy: Oversee drafting of projects and budget development; Lead fund-raising and negotiations with Donors in the area of intervention; Lead the application and adherence to contract terms and requirements; Supervise overall financial commitments and financial risk.
    3. Implement the operational strategy: Supervise Project Managers of the area of intervention in project implementation; Help the various teams in negotiations with provincial/local authorities and partners; Ensure global coordination and complementarity amongst projects within the area of intervention; Assess activities and ensure efficient use of resources.
    4. Oversee reporting procedures: Develop a reporting schedule with regard to Donor deadlines; Plan and supervise the development of narrative and financial reports; Ensure adherence to FLAT procedures.

More generally, communicate systematically to the Country Director the development of the area strategy and its implementation.

  1. Oversee Staff and Security
    1. Guide and direct the staff of the area of intervention: Organise and lead coordination meetings; Prepare and follow work plans; Ensure a positive working environment and good team dynamics (solve out potential conflicts); Promote team working conditions in the limit of private life; Adapt the organigramme and ToRs of personnel according to the area development; Undertake regular appraisals of directly supervised colleagues and pass appraisal forms to the Country Administrator with recommendations (new position, changes to contract or salary etc.);
    2. Contribute to the recruitment of expatriate staff: Follow recruitment procedures: plan recruitment needs in advance; draft ToRs for open vacancies; if necessary undertake phone interviews with candidates; When requested by HQ, undertake interviews of expatriate candidates living in the area of intervention.
    3. Oversee staff security: In cooperation with the Area Security Officer, monitor the local security situation and inform both Country Security Officer and Country Director of developments through regular written reports; Update the security guidelines in the area of intervention; Ensure that security procedures are respected by the whole staff.

IV. Qualifications:

• Master Level education in a relevant field such as International Relations or Development • Project management experience (management, planning, staff development and training skills) in development programmes • 2-5 years previous work experience in a relevant position • Proven capabilities in leadership and management required • Excellent skills in written and spoken English • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills, and flexibility in cultural and organizational terms • Ability to work well and punctually under pressure

V. Conditions:

•Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance are considered for pay bonus •Additional monthly living allowance •Free food and lodging provided at the organisation’s guesthouse/or housing allowance (depending on contract length and country of assignment) •Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance •Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package

How to apply:

Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references to jobs@acted.org Ref : AC/IRA/

For more information, visit us at http://www.acted.org

Investigative Journalism Trainer – International

ob Title: Investigative Journalism Trainer – International Based: Iraq Reporting to: Project Director Iraq Project: Iraq Media Junction Prepared Date: November 13, 2012 Starting Date: ASAP Period: 6 – 8 Weeks (December 2012-1st half of January2013)

Location: Based in Erbil with travel to Baghdad and Basra.

Summary:
Internews has been working to support independent media in MENA since 1994, and has successfully managed projects across the region, including in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, WBG and Yemen. Through these programs, Internews has formed strong relationships with media outlets, journalists associations, universities, civil society and government organizations in socially, politically and culturally sensitive environments. Currently, the MENA portfolio consists of projects in Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and the WBG. Existing programs in the MENA region cover a number of themes including improving media professionalism, network building and civic journalism. The presence of Internews has been reinforced in MENA since early 2011, addressing a new environment due to regime changes in Egypt and Tunisia and to instability, in particular in Syria.

Statement of Work IEU Iraq Investigative Journalism Trainer, International consultancy is comprised of several components; ensure 30 Journalists and 30 CSO workers have investigative journalism training on key issues

a) Corruption and Transparency, b) Human Rights (Freedom of Expression, Women Rights, Children Rights), c) Election, Constitution, Law

The aim of training and production is to improve the reporting and production skills of independent Iraqi media. Following IEU’s unique and long-established methodology, training workshops will combine extensive formal instruction based with practical on-the-job style hands-on production of print reports. As demonstrated by industry and journalism school practice, this is the only way to achieve high-quality and sustainable development, while also immediately improving the fact-based quality of Iraqi media and CSOs outputs.

Training modules will run in one week (5 days) cycles and will be tailored by the instructors (international and local) to take account of participants’ needs, based on modules for investigative journalism training and special skills training. The trainer teams (international and local) will be divided into teams, hosting training sessions at IEU’s arranged training facilities and intensive targeted sessions within the premises of the core media partners Aswat Al Iraq and Al Amal).

On-the-job style training will follow with participants receiving support in the development, reporting and production of story ideas, based on IEU’s unique Reporting/Training Dynamic. Further production support opportunities will be identified by the local partners (Aswat and Amal), and through collaboration and special training with CSOs and NGOs, and on-going collaboration with IEU trainers who remain available to participants throughout the course of the training and mentoring, specifically tailored to the needs of the core partners – will result in concrete media and strategy plans to be produced by the project participants. These activities are designed to result in follow-on support and will evolve into a mentoring process focusing on strategic brainstorming and problem-solving, and accessing further follow-on support and advisory assistance as needed.

Duration

6 – 8 Weeks

Deliverables

The aim is to strengthen media freedom and the free flow of information by enhancing editorial management efficiency for 2 grassroots Iraqi media and CSO organisation (Aswat and Amal), including Journalism and editorial training, mentoring support for planning and development. The project will result in: 1. Journalistic and editorial training for 30 Journalists and 30 CSO worker; 2. Collaborative reporting projects between journalists and CSO workers; 3. Participate in the editorial process and reports on governance issues shared across the network. 4. Provide Training modules that run in one week cycles and will be tailored by the consultant to take account of participants’ needs, based on modules for media journalism training, governance reporting and special skills training. 5. The trainer and his/her team will be divided into teams, hosting training sessions at IEU’s training facilities and intensive targeted sessions within the premises of the core media and CSO partners. 6. The consultant will provide On-the-job style training and will follow with participants receiving support in the development, reporting and production of story idea. 7. Editorial – specifically tailored to the needs of the core partners – will result in concrete media and strategy plans to be produced by the project participants. 8. Training and production is to improve the reporting and production skills of independent Iraqi media and CSOs. 9. Training workshops will combine extensive formal instruction based with practical on-the-job style hands-on production print reports.

Criteria for selection of consultants 1. MA Diploma in Journalism and extensive professional Training experience (+10 years) in Journalism; 2. Proven track record of Trainings on Investigative Journalism with the focus on the human rights-related topics, mentorship, other Journalism related topics; 3. Knowledge of international media and journalism policies and procedures; 4. Professional or working knowledge of Media and new Media; 5. Ability to work under pressure and within a team setting; 6. Fluency in written and spoken English required, Arabic desirable; 7. Knowledge of Middle-East political and media landscapes;

How to apply:

Application Interested consultants should submit their CV accompanied by a motivation letter, describing how they meet the specification. The candidacy should be sent by email to jobs@internews.eu with the reference: TR-IQ

Partner Security Liaison Advisor

The QED Group, LLC is a full-service international consulting firm that provides practical solutions to social problems through sound analysis, proven management techniques, and creative implementation. We focus our efforts on core practice areas: Monitoring and Evaluation, Knowledge Management, Health, Democracy and Governance, Economic Growth and Professional Services. We work with U.S. agencies and overseas governments, international donors, private-sector clients, and PVOs/NGOs in more than 80 countries around the world.
QED’s USAID/Iraq-funded Manpower II Project directly supports USAID’s strategy of supporting the political, economic, and social conditions necessary for a stable, prosperous, and democratic Iraq.

QED is seeking a Partner Security Liaison Advisor (PSLA) to assist the USAID Mission with its Armored Vehicle Disposition and Destruction program and to provide safety, security, and operational support to the USAID Mission and USAID Implementing Partners (IPs). Visits to project implementation sites and other travel throughout Iraq for USG staff is tightly regulated and monitored by the Embassy’s Regional Security Office (RSO). In accordance with Embassy policy concerning movements and safety of Mission staff, it is imperative that all precautions and measures are taken to ascertain—and minimize—threats to safety and security. The PSLA position will be based in Baghdad. The PSLA will live and work principally outside the Embassy Compound, but will require frequent access to the Embassy Compound. All life support will be provided by QED to include office space, housing, meals, and movement support. The PSLA will report directly to the QED Chief of Party.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The PSLA is responsible for performing a full range of safety, security and operational activities, including:

Armored Vehicles

  • Maintaining an accurate inventory of all USAID armored vehicles issued to implementing partners and determining the location of all vehicles.
  • Traveling to vehicle location sites and inspecting armored vehicles for condition and categorization.
  • Performing a visual inspection of armor condition and determining the level of armor protection.
  • Ensuring the holders of vehicles provide required documentation.
  • Liaising with Government of Iraq (GOI) representatives to facilitate ease of transfer of vehicles.
  • Assisting the USAID Mission and IPs in obtaining all necessary documents required for vehicle transfer and destruction (if necessary), as required by the GOI and Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and USAID.
  • Monitoring the vehicle transfer process until armored vehicles reach pre-determined locations, including escorting.
  • Tracking, monitoring, and attempting to secure Diplomatic Security (DS) approved armored vehicles seized by the GOI.
  • Providing guidance to IPs regarding methods and vendors capable of transporting AVs to designated locations.

Safety and Security

  • Advising USAID on security and risk factors affecting USAID operations throughout Iraq;
  • Reviewing and testing IP organizations’ Emergency Action Plans and providing feedback, as needed;
  • Providing timely information to IPs to ensure critical life/safety decisions are made
  • Relaying IP concerns to the Mission regarding how the local security environment affects program progress;
  • Serving as the security liaison between the Mission, the RSO, other USG entities, and Host Nation security elements and providing a pro-active flow of information between all elements;
  • Assisting IPs, as requested, in obtaining GOI International Zone badges.

Operations

  • Develop a systematic plan for USAID to implement an armored vehicle inventory, inspection, transfer, and destruction program including guidance on required documents, GOI vehicle transfer regulations, and potential difficulties that may be encountered during transfer;
  • Provide technical expertise and skills for the implementation of USAID operations in high-risk environments.
  • The successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen and in possession of a Secret level clearance. Additionally, the candidate must be able to obtain Department of State Building Access/ Employment Authorization and a Department of Defense Common Access Card;
  • High school diploma and a minimum of five to seven years of relevant work experience. This includes the following: experience in a Critical Priority Country (CPC), with some of it in Iraq; experience working with GOI entities; and knowledge of GOI regulations, rules and practices pertaining to International Zone badging and Private Security Contractors;
  • Training as an Emergency Medical Responder or First Responder (or the equivalent) and knowledge of U.S. Embassy regional security office operating policies and procedures is required;
  • The PSLA must be a Subject Matter Expert on armored vehicle inspection procedures, GOI requirements for the transfer of vehicles, and armored vehicle destruction policies; must have knowledge of and/or management of logistics contracts for ground transportation; and must be a Subject Matter Expert on physical and operational security, vehicle anti-terrorism, and security driving;
  • Fluency in English and proven ability to communicate quickly, clearly, and concisely, both orally and in writing, including technical reports is required. Proven ability to communicate effectively in cross-cultural settings;
  • Basic Arabic proficiency (2/1 equivalent or higher) required.
Key Qualifications:

How to apply:

To apply to this position, please submit an updated resume and cover letter athttp://qed.devhire.devex.com/jobs/326532. Follow the application instructions. Applications submitted by other means will not be considered. Please note only finalists will be contacted. No phone calls please.

The QED Group, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Visit our website at www.qedgroupllc.com for additional information about our company.

Public relations advisor

Chemonics seeks a public relations advisor for the ongoing USAID-funded Governance Strengthening Project in Iraq. The project focuses on assisting Iraq’s transition to a more decentralized federal system of government by supporting Iraq’s provincial and local governments in responding to community needs, improving the perception of state legitimacy, providing greater accountability of local authorities, improving efficiency in delivering provincial government-based services, and increasing citizen participation in local decision-making. The public relations advisor will focus on improving the long-term institutional capacity of communications and public outreach of government counterparts (provincial councils), as well as on work with the long-term program staff embedded in the provinces to identify data relevant for public outreach. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

• Work with the provincial councils on briefings, providing talking points for policy issues, supporting press relations, and mentoring on coordinating outreach to the public and private sectors
• Write press reports and speeches, organize conferences, create communications content regarding local development issues, and serve as a liaison between the project supporting the provincial councils and the Iraqi public
• Mentor designated public relations representatives and project staff on improved roles, responsibilities and procedures through formal and informal discussions and action planning exercises
• Draft standard operating procedures for review and finalization in early 2013 and training materials targeting local government officials

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred in relevant field such as communications, public or media relations, or development policy and planning
• Minimum of five years of experience providing public relations services for high-level government or private sector entities
• Understanding of local government planning and policy issues similar to those faced by Iraq • Minimum of 10 years of training in public relations, public outreach, or local government communications
• Minimum of five years experience in developing technical assistance tools and templates for donor-funded projects in developing countries
• Experience working in the Middle East region; experience working specifically in Iraq preferred
• Excellent writing and presentation skills
• Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
• English fluency required; knowledge of Arabic preferred

Application instructions:

Send electronic submissions to IraqGSPPublicRelations@chemonics.com by December 8, 2012. Please include the name of the position in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

In addition, please download and complete Chemonics’ equal employment opportunity self-identification form and submit it separately to EEOselfidentify@chemonics.com with only “Iraq Governance Strengthening – Public Relations Advisor” in the subject line. If you prefer not to disclose your sex, race, or ethnicity, you may check “I do not wish to complete the information requested.” Thank you for completing the form and supporting our equal employment opportunity reporting requirements.

Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.

Reach Focal Point Iraq

Department: Program
Position: Reach Focal Point Contract duration: 1 month Location: Iraqs, Erbil Starting Date ASAP

I. Background on ACTED

ACTED is an independent international, private, non-partisan and non-profit organization that operates according to principles of strict neutrality, political and religious impartiality, and non discrimination.

ACTED was created in 1993 to support populations affected by the conflict in Afghanistan. Based in Paris, France, ACTED now operates in 31 countries worldwide, with over 200 international and 3000 national staff. ACTED has a 110 million € budget for over 325 projects spanning 8 sectors of intervention; including emergency relief, food security, health promotion, economic development, education & training, microfinance, local governance & institutional support, and cultural promotion. For more information, please visit our website atwww.acted.org

II. Country Profile

Capital Office : Bagdad National Staff : 125 (July 2012) International Staff : 6 (July 2012) Areas : 2 (Erbil, Kut) On-going programmes: 2 Bugdet : about 3 M€ (2011)

ACTED began work in Iraq in 2003. ACTED has one base in southern Iraq in Kut and in 2007 opened a base in Erbil to better respond to IDP needs in the Kurdistan region. ACTED originally focused on improving the health, water and sanitation conditions of vulnerable populations in southern Iraq, but the deteriorating security situation and drastic increase in the number of displaced people have resulted in a new focus on meeting IDP and host community needs, based on the experience in IDP camps in Lebanon. The ACTED Iraq national team includes around 100 people who implement multi-sector emergency relief projects including WATSAN activities, gender based violence awareness, health promotion, economic rehabilitation, food security, and distribution of basic relief commodities.

Supporting long-term impacts through sustainable livelihoods and support to local civil society – For ACTED Iraq, 2011 was a year of transition from emergency relief and rehabilitation to development. To support the slow march towards peace and stability, ACTED implemented a dynamic range of programming from the distribution of basic necessities to internally displaced families to apprenticeship programs, gender-based violence awareness and capacity building of local authorities and Iraqi civil society.

In 2011, ACTED partnered with an Iraqi NGO for the first time in order to jointly implement a project providing assistance to Iraq’s displaced populations. Moving forward, ACTED will prioritise partnership with local Iraqi NGOs to better deliver assistance through their detailed knowledge of and experience with target communities, build the capacity of Iraq’s civil society and move toward increasingly sustainable and longer-term interventions.

III. Position Profile

REACH is the information management system implemented by IMPACT Initiatives in partnership with ACTED, supporting the humanitarian communities. Under the supervision of the ACTED Country Director, the REACH Focal Point is responsible for the management and implementation of all REACH programmes and project components conducted by ACTED in country. Moreover, he/she will be responsible for the coordination of REACH activities with relevant partners, actors, and stakeholders and will be required to provide input to the strategic development of REACH.

Summary

The REACH Focal Point shall be responsible for: – Management of REACH staff to ensure a smooth and timely implementation of activities; – Ensuring that assessment strategies are implemented in a structured and coherent manner; – Liaising with programme staff of other ACTED departments to ensure close coordination and information sharing is maintained; – Supporting and advising data collection and mapping of datasets from ACTED and other partners – Supporting the development/revision of assessment / programme strategies, reports, or new proposals. – Ensure external representation of REACH with Donors, Partners and the wider Aid Community through clusters and sectoral working groups;

  1. Representation
  • Objective 1.1: Representation

Representation of ACTED/REACH in cluster meetings/ technical working groups in Amman and follow up on technical issues identified in cluster meetings in other parts of the country. This specifically will include liaising with external partners to identify potential for data sets to be integrated into existing databases and mapped to support the coordination of the broader humanitarian community.

The REACH Focal Point will further represent ACTED/REACH vis a vis current and potential donors and communicate relevant information to the ACTED Project Development Manager and Country Director. Participate in inter-NGO meetings and those of UN agencies and any other relevant inter-governmental institutions at the national or provincial level.

Contribute to the creation of reports, ensuring the quality and accuracy of technical information provided as well as the confidentiality of internal information as required;

More generally, the REACH Focal Point is expected to contribute to the creation of a positive image and overall credibility of the organisation, notably through the application of ACTED’s mandate, ethics, values and stand-point with regard to other actors.

  1. REACH Programme Management and Coordination
  • Objective 2.1: Management

The REACH Focal Point is responsible for the planning, implementation, and follow up of all REACH activities conducted in Jordan. In operations in which REACH is a project component of a wider ACTED intervention, the REACH Focal Point is required to contribute to the preparation and follow up of the Project Management Framework and ensure that activities are properly coordinated and implemented as per the Project Cycle Management.

The REACH Focal Point shall manage logistics, financial, administration and HR processes directly related to REACH and liaise accordingly with the relevant ACTED counterpart. He/she is directly responsible for the implementation of proper ACTED FLAT procedures in all REACH interventions.

The REACH Focal Point is responsible for the timely and accurate preparation of narrative and financial reports related to REACH activities in country through close liaison with the Project Development department.

  • Objective 2.2: Implementation The REACH Focal point is responsible for contributing to the implementation of the projhects. This specifically will mean providing support to the development of assessment, database and GIS tools with the REACH team. This will specifically include designing of data collection tools (household surveys, focus groups, and more); development or review of databases in MS Access and Excel; contributing to GIS data collection procedures and mapping thereof through ARC Gis and other ESRI products in particular; and analysis of spatial and other information to contribute to reports and the like.

It may be expected that the REACH Focal Point will support missions outside of Jordan, potentially including travel throughout MENA or elsewhere.

  • Objective 2.3: Coordination

The REACH Focal Point shall provide technical support to the relevant ACTED department in terms of the preparation of new project proposals, development of programme strategies, implementation of project activities, and any other required REACH input to ACTED projects for added-value.

The REACH Focal Point shall liaise with focal points from the MENA region and throughout the IMPACT Initiatives and ACTED networks to provide and receive support in the expansion of REACH globally, with an emphasis on MENA.

  1. REACH HR Management
  • Objective 3.1: Staff Management

The REACH Focal Point is responsible for all REACH staff. He/she is expected to guide and direct REACH staff and prepare and follow up workplans with each staff member that directly reports to him/her. The REACH Focal Point will be required to take the lead in the recruitment of REACH staff in coordination with the ACTED HR Officer. This will include the preparation of ToRs, observation of recruitment procedures by planning recruitment needs in advance, and undertake interviews.

Accountability to Communities and Beneficiaries The staff member is responsible for ensuring that all relations with the communities we work are conducted in a respectful and consultative manner. Due attention must be paid to ensuring that communities are adequately consulted and informed about ACTED programme objectives, activities, beneficiary selection criteria, and methodologies. This is the responsibility of every ACTED staff member.

IV. Qualifications:

  • Excellent analytical skills;
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility;
  • Familiarity with the aid system, and understanding of donor and governmental requirements;
  • Prior knowledge of the region an asset;
  • Fluency in English required
  • Ability to operate Microsoft Word, Excel and Project Management software
  • Master degree or equivalent experience in Information Systems, GIS, or a relevant discipline
  • Strong knowledge of applicable data management and database computer software (JavaScript APIs, Flex, Microsoft Excel/Access, SQL server)
  • Ability to work independently
  • Strong English communication skills; Arabic a benefit

V. Conditions:

  • Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance are considered for pay bonus
  • Additional monthly living allowance
  • Free food and lodging provided at the organisation’s guesthouse/or housing allowance (depending on contract length and country of assignment)
  • Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance
  • Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package

How to apply:

Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references to jobs@acted.org Ref : RFP/JOR/RW

For more information, visit us at http://www.acted.org

Job ID:#540248

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