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Date Posted : Apr 13, 2021
Midwives (Via FNE) Douala
  • Required No. of Employee's : 5
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : HEALTHCARE

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Sexe Sans distinction Age 25-55 ans Formation initiale A degree in midwifery Formation complémentaire A midwifery apprenticeship degree Expérience professionnelle Débutante Durée de l'expérience professionnelle 0 mois Langues Français / Anglais Compétences requises - Understanding and caring attitude - An ability to get on well with people from a wide range of background - Emotional and mental strength - Good obervation - Patience - Maturity

Job Description:

  • - Carrying out clinical care - Providing health education - Supporting the mother throughout childbearing process. Contact du Gestionnaire de l'Offre Mme Forpeh Zuweratou, Conseiller Emploi au Agence de Bonabèri fzuweratou@fnecm.org , 674460865, Bonabèrie

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EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : National

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Date Posted : Dec 22, 2020
Business Development Manager (Plan Int.) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : BUSINESS

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Technical expertise, skills and knowledge Knowledge and skills: Proven capacity a result of study, training and practical experience on grants acquisition; Strong knowledge of the various donors’ strategic interests, priorities, and requirements; Strong at performing donor scoping and donor relations Excellent English & French oral and written communication skills Proven strategic relationship management skills, including negotiation skills Marketing for Development skills Coaching, mentoring, training and facilitation skills High level of computer proficiency. Behaviours Ability to maintain a strategic vision and link with everyday work Clear and effective communication that builds relationships to influence others Proactive demonstrates a record of creativity and entrepreneurship Accountability and responsibility for own performance Promotes teamwork and cooperation Confident in taking the initiative and exploring new opportunities Qualifications and Experience Higher University Degree (Minimum Master level) in a relevant field (Economics, International Relations At least 5 years of professional experience in a similar position, of which at least 3 should have been spent in a managerial role in the development sector in an International NGO or other grant funded organisation. Experience in humanitarian programming is highly desirable. Demonstrated track record of writing project proposals for EC/EU, ECHO, USAID, Global Fund, DFID...etc and obtaining grant funding for development and humanitarian response projects from institutional donors. Demonstrated success in directly managing the implementation and reporting requirements of grant-funded projects and programs of the above funders. Experience in coaching, training, and facilitation of staff from diverse cultural, linguistic and professional backgrounds Experience of working with children and young people, and managing child and youth rights projects is an advantage

Job Description:

  • role PURPOSE The Business Development Manager (BDM) is the lead of the Business Development Unit that includes Fund Raising & Grants Management, Compliance& Cost Recovery, Donor Engagement and Negotiations, Institutional Partnership. The BD Unit is responsible for identifying funding opportunities in line with Plan International priorities in Cameroon, leading the production of quality & successful grant proposals in coordination with program technical colleagues, and supporting grant holders during implementation on donor contract compliance. S/He also supports the program area team to ensure timely and effective utilization of the Plan’s resources for the benefit of targeted beneficiaries in the area and is responsible for timely and quality financial and narrative grant reporting to donors. S/He will act as Plan International interface with donors and key stakeholders especially when resources are involved and excel our visibility. Dimensions of the Role The BDM will report to the Head of Programs and is a member of the Country Leadership Team. S/he directly supervises 04 staff in the Unit: Grant Specialist, 02 Compliance Officers & 02 Grants Coordinators. The Business Development Manager leads Plan’s efforts to achieve the country fundraising targets (Annual projected income and expenditure) and supports the Country Office to develop strong relationships with National Organisations (NOs) and donors. S/He is responsible for initiating and implementing innovative fund-raising strategies that would bring new/diversified donors and contribute to maintaining a strong & sustainable portfolio of more than 15 million euros annually, of which approximately 80% should be as a result of the BDM efforts to obtain grants. Accountabilities Fund Raising & Resource Mobilization Design & implement a sound Resource Mobilization Strategy that includes diversified sources of funding and influence new donors towards our purpose and ambition. Identify grant opportunities and develop high-quality proposals in close coordination with Strategic Program Units and Program Implementation Areas that reflect our program approach and areas of distinctiveness. Ensure all project designs address Plan International’s commitment to gender transformative programming. Ensure that a healthy pipeline is in place using robust donor opportunity tracking tools Further, where donor requirements allow, ensure that key cross-cutting issues such as advocacy and influencing, child protection, gender, and DRM are an integral part of programs developed. Produce and regularly update a comprehensive mapping of all donor opportunities (by sector and geography); Researching where potential opportunities for grants funding can be found; Packaging grant proposals to suit the requirements of different donors, including working with the Communications team to develop separate marketing collaterally aimed at different audiences (NOs, Institutional donors, Corporates, etc.); Grants Management Ensure grants documentation (FADS, SPAD, Agreements, proposals, work plans, MoU, approved budget templates…etc.) are correctly filed according to Plan’s and donors requirements Manage grant modules in Plan corporate system and met required standards in SAP, ERP & YODA. Ensure quality and timeliness of grants reporting to all external donors and National Organisations. Monitor, analyze and consolidate relevant grant information and disseminate where relevant within Plan International teams. Oversee reporting schedules and ensure project reports are submitted to relevant donors in a timely manner and with quality. Compliance & Cost Recovery Ensure that all categories of costs are considered at the conceptualization and submission stage of grant preparation. Implement costs-drivers procedures and ensure consistency in project costing; Ensure projects are fully costed, and successful negotiation is done with donors. BD and staff involved in grant management master donors rules and conditions and comply with requirements. NO and Donor Engagement Building successful, proactive relationships which align donors priorities with program needs; Work with appropriate corporates to align their sustainable strategies with Plan International CMR to identify win-win positions. Act as Plan International CMR representative on grant matters, representing the interests of Plan Cameroon to National Organisations, donors, and other stakeholders. Develop, manage, and maintain strategic partnerships with local actors, including bilateral, multilateral, corporate donors, and external networks. Manage the link between Program implementation Areas, donors, and external networks. Develop and maintain a strong and professional image of Plan International among relevant donors. People, Culture & Staff Capacity Development Develop the necessary strategies and take the appropriate measures ensuring that staff is motivated and enabled to contribute to the overall goal of the organization through possessing the right attitudes and the adequate levels of skills& knowledge. Establish a culture of accountability, responsibility, and mutual respect according to our values and behaviours. Create a conducive working environment in which people are motivated, respected, valued, and managed well to realize their potential and development. Provide necessary training and development opportunities to Area staff that will result in professional growth and equips them with knowledge and skills to enable them to improve program quality. Identify and coach competent staff for grants acquisition and implementation, including coaching and mentoring. Work with the programs department and programming units to support their capacity to ensure projects are implemented according to donor standards and regulations as well as Plan policies Lead a high performing grants team in CMR and ensure all departments have the necessary knowledge and skills to acquire and implement increased sustainable grant funding. Ensuring successful on-going donor relationship management and ‘ownership’ of relations with donor representatives locally; To ensure implementation of the responsibilities aligned with the Plan International Disaster Response in Cameroon as appropriate, including resource mobilization. Promote and abide by internal policies and procedures including but not limited to: Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy; Code of Conduct; mandatory reporting responsibilities at partners and donors’level. Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures. Key relationships Internal: Excellent working relationships will need to be built with the Head of Program, Head of Operations, Leads of Section and PIA Managers, National Organisation counterparts, and Country Management Teams, and with Regional Grant's staff as appropriate. Regularly inform and advise the country’s grants and management teams of strategic funding information and trends to ensure Plan has the necessary information to secure funding. External: Current large donors include Global Fund, Global Affairs Canada, EC, UNHCR and the governments of Germany, BMZ, AFD-France, and SIDA. Plan International’s Values in Practice We are open and accountable Promotes a culture of openness and transparency, including with sponsors and donors. Holds self and others accountable to achieve the highest standards of integrity. Consistent and fair in the treatment of people. Open about mistakes and keen to learn from them. Accountable for ensuring we are a safe organisation for all children, girls & young people We strive for lasting impact Articulates a clear purpose for staff and sets high expectations. Creates a climate of continuous improvement, open to challenge and new ideas. Focuses resources to drive change and maximise long-term impact, responsive to changed priorities or crises. Evidence-based and evaluates effectiveness. We work well together Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate. Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals. Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities. Engages and works well with others outside the organization to build a better world for girls and all children. We are inclusive and empowering Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate. Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals. Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities. Engages and works well with others outside the organization to build a better world for girls and all children. Physical Environment The incumbent will be based at the Country Office, Yaounde. Field travel will is required to the Program and Influencing Areas up to 25% of the time. Level of contact with children Mid contact: Occasional interaction with children NEXT STEP: To apply for this job, kindly click on "Apply". Your application should include: A cover letter A comprehensive CV including details of two referees, one of whom should be your current of most recent supervisor Location: Yaounde – CAMEROON Closing date: December 31st, 2020 Females candidates are highly encouraged to apply Plan International Cameroon operates in an equal opportunity environment and actively encourages diversity. Only applications received in French or English, will be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Plan international has a child protection and gender equality policies that are integral part of the recruitment process.

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EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : Cameroon

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Date Posted : Oct 13, 2020
Assistante Finances (MSF) Mora
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : FINANCE

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • CRITERES DE SELECTION Diplôme universitaire en finance, en gestion des affaires, administration souhaité Expérience en Finances souhaitable ; Compétences informatiques exigées Expérience avec MSF ou une ONG est un atout Parler couramment français, et/ou anglais, et d’autres langues locales. QUALITES REQUISES Gestion et développement du personnel, Adhésion aux principes de MSF, souplesse de comportement, résultats et sens de la qualité, travail d’équipe et coopération, capacité à travailler avec des personnes issues d’un environnement multidisciplinaire et multiculturel, ouverture d’esprit, bonne capacité de communication, sens de l’écoute.

Job Description:

  • OFFRE D'EMPLOI MSF est une organisation humanitaire non gouvernementale, créée en France en 1971, sous le statut d'association à but non lucratif. La section Suisse fut créée en 1981. Prix Nobel de la paix en 1999, MSF a pour vocation d'apporter une aide médicale humanitaire à toute population éprouvée sans distinction ethnique, de sexe, de religion, de philosophie ou d'opinion politique. La section suisse de Médecins Sans Frontière a ouvert dans les régions de l’Extrême Nord - Mora des programmes de prise en charge de la malnutrition aiguë sévère des enfants de moins de 5 ans depuis 2015. Médecins Sans Frontières Suisse recherche « (01) Un Assistant Finances » pour son projet Mora à l’Extrême-Nord du Cameroun. Lieu de travail: Mora Type de Contrat : CDD de 3 mois Rémunération : Selon la grille Salariale de MSF Suisse Responsable Direct: Administrateur/ responsable finance du projet Sous la supervision de l’administrateur / responsable finance du projet, il/elle a pour responsabilité de : Effectuer des travaux administratifs ou financiers et assurer le suivi de la comptabilité du projet pour assister le responsable finance, ceci conformément aux normes et procédures MSF et de manière à garantir la conformité aux règlements et à exercer un contrôle strict des moyens financiers nécessaires aux objectifs du projet. Prendre en charge la gestion des liquidités et en assurer totalement le contrôle et la sécurité ; assister le responsable finance du projet pour les prévisions de trésorerie mensuelle et élaborer un échéancier pour couvrir les besoins quotidiens, avances sur salaires, paye, etc. Procéder au paiement des fournisseurs et exiger tous les documents concernés ; informer le responsable administratif si vous constatez une quelconque anomalie. Effectuer toutes les opérations de comptabilité, classifier, préparer et saisir tous les éléments comptables dans le logiciel de comptabilité de manière à assurer le strict contrôle de toutes les dépenses et la fiabilité des états financiers et des documents. Assurer le suivi de toutes les dates d’expiration des contrats de location et informer le responsable administratif suffisamment à temps pour une reconduction ou une solution alternative. Mettre toutes les informations administratives à disposition du personnel (affichage, réunions, etc.) ; aider le responsable finance du projet pour la traduction des documents en langue locale et le seconder, à sa demande, pour les réunions. Toute autre tâche déléguée par le responsable finance du projet. COMPOSITION DES DOSSIERS Une lettre de motivation (à adresser à l’Administrateur RH du projet) Un CV détaillé et récent; Une copie de la carte d’identité nationale ; Une copie du diplôme ; Une ou des copies des certificats de travail. Les dossiers de candidature sont à envoyer exclusivement par email à l’adresse suivante : MSFCH-Mora-Admin@geneva.msf.org le sujet doit lire : «Recrutement Assistant Finances/MSFCH-Mora» Date limite de dépôt des dossiers est fixée au: Lundi 19 Octobre 2020 à 12h00.

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Date Posted : Apr 17, 2020
Compound Manager (WFP) Bamenda/Buea
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : 12 Months
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Educational Requirements & Essential Experience: Completion of secondary school; Advanced university degree (Masters or equivalent) in Administration, Finance, Accounting, Management, Economics or others in the relevant field. A minimum of two (02) years of relevant professional experience in the areas of management, administration, accounting, finance, management, economics is required nationally or internationally for applicants with university degree. One (1) year of relevant professional experience in the areas of management, administration, accounting, finance is required nationally or internationally for applicants with advanced university degree (Masters or equivalent). NB/ Experience in a development agency, a private organization or an international organization in the management of a building would be an advantage. Work experience in emergency duty station is an asset. Experience in the use of computer tools and MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.), experience in computerized management system. Working Languages: Perfect knowledge of English, spoken and written. Knowledge of functional French would be an important asset.

Job Description:

  • WFP seeks candidates of the highest integrity and professionalism who share our humanitarian principles. Selection of staff is made on a competitive basis, and we are committed to promoting diversity and gender balance. JOB PURPOSE: United Nations Agencies in Cameroon have an Office in Buea/Bamenda and have decided to carry out their operations while sharing a common building. For this purpose, they have signed an MoU setting the conditions for sharing space and rental charges. In order to coordinate and manage the operational and administrative aspects related to the implementation of programs and activities, and the functioning of the common premises, the Agencies have agreed to recruit an Assistant Administrative Officer & Compound Manager (AAOCM). Under the Administrative supervision of Head of Field Office Buea/Bamenda and the Technical supervision of the WFP Head of Finance and Administrative Officer-AFO, the Assistant Administrative Officer & Compound Manager (AAOCM) will be responsible for the administrative management of United Nations operations in Buea/Bamenda. He / she must work in line with the MoU governing the agreement between participating Agencies; prepare long-term contracts for equipment maintenance, maintenance and cleaning of premises, building maintenance, security guard and relevant recommendations to improve services. He / she will be in constant contact with all Agencies residing in the building to meet their administrative assistance needs for their field operations and will liaise with the lessor whenever needed. He / she is responsible for ensuring that the operations of the common building complies with the minimum security requirements prescribed by UNDSS and the Agency security team. He / she facilitates the work of the management committee of the common building. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive, within delegated authority): Under direct supervision of Head of Field Office, the Compound Manager will among other tasks perform the following activities: 1. Staff supervision below: Responsible for registry: ensure receipt, registration and distribution of incoming mail; Switchboard operators: ensure satisfactory performance and manage their presence; Cleaners of the common building: ensure a satisfactory performance of their work and manage their presence; Common building security officers: ensure satisfactory performance of their work and manage their presence. IT Assistant: ensure satisfactory performance of their work and manage their presence. Radio Operators: ensure satisfactory performance of their work and manage their presence. External services : Utilities: Arrange to coordinate the work of service providers in plumbing, electricity, etc. Ensure that the above services are of satisfactory quality and certify the accuracy of the related invoices ; Maintenance: provide daily maintenance of the air conditioning, electricity, water and any repairs in consultation with the lessor; Equipment: Ensure the functioning of equipment in common areas, such as: conference room equipment, CCTVs, fire extinguishers, automatic doors, etc. Coordinate and ensure small one-time repairs, those of a more important nature to be done in consultation with Procurement and the WFP OM; Ensure the provision and continuity of services outside office hours and on holidays through appropriate maintenance contracts; Assess service providers with long-term agreement or on contracts on a quarterly basis and present the results to Procurement and the WFP AFO. Furnitures and Inventory Keep and update the assets records Keep and update the files relating to the equipment Coordination and Operations The AACM is responsible to collect operational data from service providers and transmit it to WFP's AFO with the aim to cost-effectiveness and optimization of UN operations in the field; Ensuring the sharing of assets; Will be responsible for disseminating the activities of the Agencies in the region; Plan and organize consultation meetings with Agency officials; Monitor the presence of UN personnel. The AAOCM is responsible for ensuring that the minimum-security requirements prescribed by UNDSS and the agency security team are applied in the building under its coordination; Manage and keep reservation requests for common meeting rooms. The AAOCM shall attach to the aforementioned monthly report the reservation requests for the Common Conference Room of all UN Agencies residing in the Common Building; The AAOCM is required to prepare a questionnaire that summarizes comments and suggestions to improve the general operation of the building and to share it regularly with the on-site Agencies, collect and consolidate any suggestions and present them to the Management Committee. Financial reports and planning The AAOCM must : Submit a monthly report to the Ho on the administrative activities of the month. The report should cover the activities undertaken during the past month and the activities planned for the following month as well as a financial implementation status of the budget. The report should be distributed to all members of the Management Committee, if any, by e-mail prior to their monthly meeting. Keep accurate and up-to-date common building expenses on a monthly basis and report back to the Management Committee on the 10th or 10th of each month. Annual budget: prepare and plan the annual budget for each year on the basis of the previous year's financial implementation report and have it reviewed by the Management Committee prior to the approval of the heads of Agencies. Manage USD 500 for day-to-day expenses and prepare a detailed and accurate report of expenses together with supporting documents and submit them for approval to the WFP Operations Manager before any further bailouts. The petty cash report should be submitted as soon as 75% of the cash amount is spent to give WFP time to verify and process the files. Acquisitions for common spaces Based on a procurement plan for goods and services established by the Management Committee and validated by the Heads of Agencies through the annual budget, the AAOCM coordinates the operationalization of the approved programs, in consultation with the various units of the project. WFP. Functional Competencies: Building Partnerships Level 1.1: Maintaining information and databases Analyzes general information and selects materials in support of partnership building initiatives Promoting Organizational Learning And Knowledge Sharing Level 1.1: Basic research and analysis Researches best practices and poses new, more effective ways of doing things Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise Level 1.1: Fundamental knowledge of processes, methods and procedures Understands the main processes and methods of work regarding to the position Understand the main processes and work methods related to the position Have a basic understanding of the procedures and organizational policies related to the position and apply them consistently to the job. Strive to keep up-to-date with self-learning and other means of learning. Demonstrate a good knowledge of information technologies and apply them in the performance of their tasks. Ability to perform a range of specialized tasks related to common building management, contracting, inventory and procurement management, including organization and conduct of procurement processes, implementation of contracting and offshoring strategies, reporting, inventory control; Good knowledge of financial rules and regulations; Ability to provide business process data and implement new systems Promoting Organizational Change and Development Level 1.1: Presentation of information on best practices in organizational change Demonstrates ability to identify problems and proposes solutions Design and Implementation of new management Systems Niveau 1.1: Data gathering and implementation of management systems Use information / Databases / Other Management systems. Client Orientation Level 1.1: Maintains effective client relationships Reports to internal and external clients in a timely and appropriate fashion Organizes and prioritizes work schedule to meet client needs and deadlines Promoting Accountability and Results-Based Management Level 1.1: Gathering and disseminating information Gathers and disseminates information on best practice in accountability and results-based management system Core Competencies: Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment Self-development, initiative-taking Acting as a team player and facilitating team work Facilitating and encouraging open communication in the team, communicating effectively Creating synergies through self-control Managing conflict Learning and sharing knowledge and encourage the learning of others. Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member. Informed and transparent decision making Female applicants are especially encouraged to apply. APPLICATION DEADLINE: 27/04/2020 WFP has zero tolerance for discrimination and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV/AIDS status. No appointment under any kind of contract will be offered to members of the UN Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), FAO Finance Committee, WFP External Auditor, WFP Audit Committee, Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) and other similar bodies within the United Nations system with oversight responsibilities over WFP, both during their service and within three years of ceasing that service. www.wfp.org

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Date Posted : Feb 28, 2020
operations Coordinator (IRC) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : HUMANITARIAN

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Qualifications Your leadership, interpersonal and negotiation skills should be excellent, and reflect your ability to develop harmonious teams in a multi-ethnic context. We are looking for someone with good team building skills and knowledge of participatory approaches; you should display flexibility, adaptability, culturally sensitivity, and a sense of humor. At least 5 years of working in a management role in African, humanitarian or recovery contexts Internationally recognized relevant certification or trainings (CIPS/ CSCP) is a preference. Demonstrated success as a Supply Chain leader across all disciplines within supply chain including planning, procurement and logistics. Broad knowledge and experience in Supply Chain strategies, market analysis techniques, procurement and contracting, vehicle and fleet management, inventory, property and asset management. Good knowledge of project management and an understanding of the humanitarian context programming is a plus. Strong collaborator and influencer with effective interpersonal and analytical skills who is able to work seamlessly across countries, cultures, and organizational units. Able to work effectively in a highly matrixed structure, multi-task, prioritize and make decisions. Strong financial management, budgeting and communication skills. Excellent training and coaching ability. Fluency in English and French is required, Ability and willingness to travel to remote field offices. Working Environment: Security in the South West (Buea), North West (Bamenda) and Far North of Cameroon, (Maroua & Kousseri) are at level IV (red) and the IRC has a curfew in place. Lodging is in a shared IRC guesthouse. Yaoundé is level II (yellow)

Job Description:

  • Scope of Work The Operations Coordinator provides leadership, decision-making and coordination on the country program’s critical support functions, ensuring that programs are supported and that all necessary systems are in place and consistently implemented in all locations. The position reports to the Country Director (CD) and is a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT). The Operations Coordinator directly supervises the IT Manager and technically supervises the Supply Chain Managers (for Buea, Maroua and Kousseri), the Humanitarian Access and Liaison Senior Officer (HALSO) South West, and the Security Officer Far-North. The Operations Coordinator provides strategic oversight to the Country Emergency Team and acts as country program focal point for security and Humanitarian Access. This position has close working relationships with the Deputy Director Finance (DDF), Deputy Director Programs (DDP), Administration and HR Coordinator, Field Coordinators and members of the regional support team (Regional Supply Chain Director, Regional IT Director, Regional Safety and Security Advisor). Main Responsibilities Strategic Planning and Business Development Lead the implementation of the Country Strategic Action Plan (SAP) as it relates to Operations. Lead the implementation of operations excellence program (Scorecards) identifying improvement priorities and developing actions. Support the CD and the DDP, during identification of program opportunities and expansion. Ensure all new proposals receive thorough Operations review and that appropriate support cost and country program asset needs are budgeted for. Accountable for the design, planning, execution and monitoring of supply chain activities at the country level. Liaise with relevant Technical Coordinators and Field Coordinators to support the design, provide training and ensure cross-sectoral integration. Active member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) and the extended, Country Management Team (CMT) Supply Chain Technical supervision of the Supply Chain Managers (Maroua, Kousseri and Buea) and oversight of all Supply Chain staff; ensuring that team meets the programs' needs promptly while aligning with IRC policies; coordination with Field Coordinators to ensure successful management in partnership In collaborative with internal and external stakeholders, develop and implement collaborative planning on procurement and distribution of goods and services, allocation of human and material resources to support the effective and quality implementation of grant and projects. Lead supply chain assessments and provide operational risk analysis, and recommendations to the CMT related to supply gap in staffing, systems, procedures and policies. Based on market assessment and country programs need, develop country procurement strategies, that will facilitate long term contracts and strategic partnership with suppliers and vendors in accordance with IRC, donor and host government rules and regulations. Undertake periodic system reviews of procurement, assets, warehouse/inventory, suppliers and vendor contracts to verify that policies are adhered to and to identify areas for improvement. Ensure that training needs are identified, plans are developed, fully implemented and refresher trainings provided, both for Supply Chain and non-Supply Chain staff. Provide technical support to field teams to ensure all field offices are in compliance with IRC Supply Chain policies and SOPs. Maintain close working relations with the Deputy Director Finance to ensure full and coordinated support is extended to the Supply Chain department. Ensure full implementation and consistent use of Global Supply Chain tools and system in coordination with finance and grants units. Lead preparation and implementation of Integra (coming Enterprise Resource Planning tool). Information and Technology Supervise the IT Department, manage the Information Technology (IT) Manager. Verify that information technology policies and procedures are documented, disseminated and consistently applied across the country program. Ensure that IT compliance monitoring processes are developed and effectively implemented. Support the IT staff to provide top-tier and effective IT services and support to the Country Office and across all field sites. Ensure that IT develops and effectively implements compliance monitoring processes Safety and Security Overall management of safety and security, including: Ensuring the risks IRC staff face in their work environment are mitigated against to the degree feasible given the context. Ensuring Security Management Plan and SOP are in place, kept current and implemented by all staff at all times and capacity building is regularly conducted. Ensuring that contextual and scenario analysis are update regularly and shared with the wider management team. Provide technical support to the Far North Security Officer and to the Humanitarian access and Liaison Senior Officer South West. Working closely with Regional Safety and Security Advisor, Global Security related teams and Humanitarian Access team. Ensuring that Safety and Security is factored into program design and implementation, including but not limited to ensure the timely collection and sharing of relevant information. Ensuring all staff can access relevant safety and security trainings in a timely manner Liaison/Representation and Coordination Act as focal point for emergency preparedness activities in country, coordinating with the Country Emergency Team (CET) to ensure emergency preparedness plan is in place and up to date and preparedness actions are advanced. Serve as coordinator of the Country Emergency Team (CET) Serve as focal point and coordinator of the Operations Scorecard Serve as an active member of Senior Management Team and Country Management Team Serve as a focal point and maintain communication with HQ and Regional Support for Supply Chain, IT, Security and Emergency Preparedness and Response Interested candidates should apply via the website, https://rescue.csod.com/

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