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Date Posted : Sep 01, 2020
IT Manager (IRC) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : ICT

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Qualifications Bachelor’s and/or Master’s university degree in Computer Engineering and/or equivalent in relevant field Technical Skills & Experience: At least 5 years’ experience in IT Service Management Strong troubleshooting skills, with the ability to effectively convey technical troubleshooting results to IT peers for seamless issue resolution Experience in Virtualization technologies using VMware Background in networking technologies using Cisco and/or Cyberoam Proficiency with client-server environment using Microsoft Server 2008/2012 implementing Active Directory, DNS, DHCP and group policy objects Familiarity in server and endpoint updating and patching methodologies Strong technical writing/documentation skills Experience in providing support in an environment that implements ERP is an advantage Soft Skills and Competencies: Ability to work harmoniously with other staff members in cross cultural contexts. Excellent verbal communication and report-writing skills with the ability to convey information effectively in local language – English would be nice to have as an additional working language. Customer & client centered and service oriented mind & attitude, and ability to work under pressure and carefully carry out instructions. Proven sense of professional discretion, integrity, and ability to manage situations diplomatically and to effective resolution. Language Skills: Excellent English and French listening and writing is mandatory Computer Skill: Good proficiency in supporting industry standard IT infrastructure and applications Certificates or Licenses: A+, CCNA, ITIL, PMP, MCSE or similar certifications preferred

Job Description:

  • Scope: The IT Department supports the Country Program work by providing reliable and scalable applications and infrastructure of the IRC’s offices in Cameroon. An integral component of this effort is ensuring that Country Program have the capacity to implement and support these IT initiatives effectively across the field sites. Reporting to the Operations Coordinator and to Regional IT Director, the IT Manager will be the lead IT person in the Country, ensuring IT Service management for desktop support to end users, Network configurations and Server system administration, end users applications installations, mobile devices configurations, installation and configuration of network printers and other computers peripherals and local domain management. He will also be the focal point for all Country and HQ led IT projects in the Country, including ITEGRA and BvA online administration. A key aspect of this role is ensuring all technology implementations in-country conforms to the global IT policies and procedures hence working closely with the Regional IT Director is vital. Major Responsibilities: Work in collaboration with the Regional IT Director and the Operations Coordinator to manage information technology and computers systems in all offices where IRC Cameroon operates in the Country Program. Interact with all business units in the Country Program, including the Programs department, the Operations units and field offices to ensure understanding of business needs and ensure that efficient support is delivered. Work with and coordinate the tasks of other field office IT staff members to ensure timely delivery of IT project activities and resolution of IT issues. Conduct relevant training sessions to ensure that staff members possess the knowledge and skills commensurate with their responsibilities specially in using the technologies being implemented in IRC Manage installation, configuration, maintenance, repair, security and IT documentation of local area networks, servers, desktop/laptop computers, communication resources and other office equipment following IT standards and procedures. In consultation with the Regional IT Director, champion IT projects initiated by IRC HQ/IT. Test and evaluate new technologies that will improve IT support processes in country and region. Work with the Regional IT Director, the IRC Network Operations Center (NOC) and Internet Service provider to ensure that offices are connected to Internet at all times and that all users are connected to the LAN and have access to Internet. Work with the Operations Coordinator and Regional IT Director to deploy and maintain Servers and Active Directory and domain services at the Country level, including management of AD computers and users’ accounts, DNS, DHCP, centralized computers updating and patching and GPO management. In collaboration with the Supply Chain department, manage vendors’ contracts and agreements, and follow up on timely payment of vendors’ bills with relevant IRC departments. Participate in tender processes and vendors’ evaluation and selections by providing IT specifications that follow IRC IT Standard. Help ensure successful implementation of IRC IT global initiatives and uphold the IRC IT Acceptable Use Policy. Support the Country Program for effective INTEGRA deployment and BvA online implementation. Participate in the annual budget planning and ensure allocation for the necessary IT investments to acquire the required infrastructure that corresponds to the business needs Perform other duties as directed by the Operations Coordinator. Key Working Relationships: Position Reports to: Operations Coordinator and Regional IT Director. Position directly supervises: IT Assistants Other internal and/or external contacts: Internal: Program Coordinators, Finance Controller, HR & Supply Chain Coordinators, Field Coordinators External: Vendors and Consultants Presentation of the file. An up to date (CV); Cover Letter The names, positions, telephone number and e-mail address of at least two professional references; NB: Deadline for the admissibility of files: 12nd September, 2020 at 5 p.m. promt. Female candidates are strongly encouraged. Only the preselected candidates will be contacted. Interested candidates should apply via the website, https://rescue.csod.com

EMPLOYER : International Rescue Committee (IRC)

EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : Yaounde

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Date Posted : Jul 17, 2020
Attache Commercial Reseau (Tradex) Douala
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : SALES/MARKETING

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • FORMATION INITIALE : Baccalauréat + 5 en Commerce, Marketing, Vente et Négociation. EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONNELLE : 2 ans minimum. AGE : compris entre 25 et 35 ans CONNAISSANCES INDISPENSABLES A L’ACQUISITION DU POSTE Bonne maîtrise de l’outil informatique, notamment des tableurs Notions de comptabilité et de gestion d’entreprise COMPETENCES COMPORTEMENTALES ET CARACTERISTIQUES PERSONNELLES Esprit d’équipe et d’initiative Culte de l’excellence Esprit EHS Ouverture d’esprit Ecoute et communication Organisation et méthode Discrétion Grande intégrité Disponibilité Dynamisme Rigueur Sens éthique Créativité Bon contact Capacités managériales Ponctualité

Job Description:

  • MISSIONS OU RAISON-D’ETRE DU POSTE Suivre, maîtriser et gérer les risques (financiers, humains, environnementaux, techniques) inhérents au type de gestion des stations-service adopté par TRADEX S.A Prospecter et acquérir de nouveaux marchés et clients Réaliser les objectifs en volumes et marges, parts de marché et rentabilité des points de vente du secteur dont vous avez la charge Réaliser les objectifs de rentabilité des points de vente du portefeuille (suivi financier) Assurer la veille concurrentielle de son aire de compétence Assurer la mise en application des procédures et diverses stratégies Former et recycler en permanence le personnel des stations-service de son portefeuille Développer le fichier clients par des actions de prospection Assurer la propreté générale des stations-service Contrôler tous les documents de vente des stations-service Informer la hiérarchie des événements émanant des stations-service DEPOT DES CANDIDATURES Candidatures EXCLUSIVEMENT transmises par voie électronique, sur le site internet www.tradexsa.com, rubrique « Nous rejoindre » au plus tard le Vendredi 24 juillet 2020 à 17 heures.

EMPLOYER : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : www.cameroonjobs.net

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Date Posted : May 26, 2020
Responsable de la Pharmacie Projet (MSF) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : HEALTH CARE

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Critères de Sélection Diplôme de pharmacien Minimum deux (2) ans d’expérience en tant que pharmacien(ne) Expérience préalable avec MSF ou d'autres ONG dans les pays en voie de développement souhaitable Etre parfaitement bilingue anglais et français est une obligation Compétences informatiques exigées Qualités 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. Composition des dossiers : Une lettre de motivation (à adresser au coordinateur Ressources Humaines et Administration) Un CV détaillé récent de deux (2) pages maximum, avec une adresse email et une adresse skype valides Une copie des certificats de travail (et de recommandations des employeurs précédents s’il y en a)

Job Description:

  • Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Suisse recherche un RESPONSABLE DE LA PHARMACIE PROJET pour sa mission au Cameroun. C’est un poste qui couvrira diverses missions sur tous les projets MSF au Cameroun. Le responsable de la pharmacie projet devra définir, implémenter, coordonner et encadrer toutes les activités liées à la pharmacie dans les projets de la mission, en conformité avec les standards et protocoles MSF et les directives du pharmacien de la mission et du coordinateur médical et gérer le personnel impliqué dans le fonctionnement de la pharmacie afin d'assurer une gestion adéquate des médicaments et dispositifs médicaux et l'approvisionnement de la pharmacie centrale (ou de l'entrepôt médical) et des unités satellites de la mission. Lieu de travail: Yaoundé avec 80% des déplacements sur les projets Type de contrat: CDD avec possibilité de renouvellement. Responsable Direct: Responsable pharmacie mission RESPONSABILITES : Ses responsabilités spécifiques sont entre autres Apporter son soutien aux procédures de commande et d'approvisionnement des médicaments et des dispositifs médicaux afin d'assurer le suivi des stocks pour toutes les pharmacies Contrôler la bonne gestion des stocks sur l'ensemble des pharmacies des projets Assurer le circuit et suivi des importations des médicaments et dispositifs médicaux au niveau du MINSANTE et de la DPML (Dérogation visa technique, AOI, LANACOME au besoin) Assurer la collecte des données de consommations des psychotropes et stupéfiants de toutes les missions MSF au Cameroun et le traçage des lots au besoin Assurer le suivi des endossements des psychotropes et stupéfiants importants Apporter un support et une analyse technique dans l’évaluation du marché local (médicaments et dispositifs médicaux) pour d’éventuels achats locaux. Appuyer l’équipe Supply pour les activités de la pharmacie à Yaoundé dans son ensemble Accompagner l’équipe Supply pour la destruction des médicaments périmés et endommagés Apporter un support pour un renforcement des capacités dans la gestion des pharmacies des différents projets Assurer le gap des superviseurs pharma des projets ou des pharmaciens mission au besoin. Fournir les rapports d’activités (Sitrep, indicateurs de gestion, rapports visite terrain…..). En cas d’activités d’urgence, accompagner les équipes dans l’organisation et la mise en place des pharmacies avec les outils standards utilisés dans la mission Assurer l'intégrité de la chaîne du froid en coopération avec l'équipe logistique Comment postuler ? Tous les dossiers de candidature sont à envoyer par email à l’adresse msfch-yaounde-pdm@geneva.msf.org. Le sujet de l’email doit porter la mention « Responsable de la pharmacie projet ». Seules les candidatures avec ce sujet seront considérées. Date limite de réception des dossiers de candidature : Le 29 mai 2020 à 15h. NB : LES TESTS ECRIT ET ORAL AURONT LIEU APRES SELECTION DES DOSSIERS. SEULES LES CANDIDATURES SELECTIONNEES SERONT CONTACTEES. TOUTE LA PROCEDURE DE RECUTEMENT SE FERA EN LIGNE IL EST PAR CONSEQUENT NECESSAIRE DE DONNER DES ADRESSES SKYPE ET ELECTRONIQUE OPERATIONNELLES.

EMPLOYER : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : www.cameroonjobs.net

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Date Posted : Mar 16, 2020
National Evaluation Consultancy (UNICEF)
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : National Evaluation Consultancy

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… Each one of the two National Consultants will need to have the following profile: Advanced university degree in the relevant fields such as public health, WASH, and Community Engagement etc. More than 6 years’ experience in programme evaluation and must have completed at least two high quality programme/project evaluation in that period (a copy of an evaluation report, which the applicant has been a primary author of, will need to be submitted a part of the application); Must be familiar with emergency programming and Real-time evaluation approaches; Excellent writing and communication skills in English; Good work experience in conflict environments; Good IT Skills including a good knowledge of MS Word, Power Point and Excel; Good knowledge of UNICEF and the operational modalities of the United Nations Good knowledge of results-based programme management; Previous related evaluations in RRM and related modalities would be an asset Previous experience working on evaluations with real time methodologies and geospatial analysis would be an asset

Job Description:

  • Scope of work Thematic Scope The evaluation will gauge the vulnerable women’s and children’s access to and use of the interventions/services rendered in the areas where the response was put in place, namely in the following areas: health, WASH, child protection, education and C4D. It will also look at how UNICEF has managed to build access and acceptance among the various stakeholders. The evaluation will focus on the following: In the NWSW, the extent to which the Programme has covered the most affected divisions; In the NWSW, the extent to which the Programme had succeeded in serving people in areas where systems in charge of providing basic social services stopped working since the crisis started; At the community level, the extent to which programme’s supported interventions have been able to generate and support people’s and community’s participation; Availability of supplies and UNICEF structures to support the delivery of humanitarian assistance; At the country Office level, the extent to which UNICEF sections have well used the fund allocated to the emergency crisis, and evaluate the effective and efficient of funds allocated to the FO. (Cf attached ToR for more details) How can you make a difference? Objectives This evaluation will have two purposes: accountability and learning. This evaluation will provide the UNICEF Cameroon Country Office, the UNICEF Regional Office for West and Central Africa (WCARO), UNICEF Headquarter in New York and donors (vertical accountability) as well as the response expected beneficiaries and partners (horizontal accountability) with some solid evidence on the extent to which the response to the NW/SW crisis attained its envisaged objectives. With respect to its learning purpose, this evaluation is expected not only to inform the current response implementation strategies come but it will also shed some light on some potential corrective programmatic actions that may want to be adopted in the near future so as to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the response. Special emphasis will be placed over the role that partnerships and collaboration with other parties engaged in the response played in the effort to solve the access issues. More specifically, this evaluation is expected to generate findings and recommendations that will help UNICEF Country Cameroon programme staff as well as other in-country partners (see Table 3 in the attached ToR) to adapt the implementation of the humanitarian Programme to the emerging and specific needs of the affected population. In order to fulfil its two envisaged purposes (accountability and learning), the evaluation will be guided by the 6 following criteria, in line with the OECD/DAC and ALNAP guidelines: Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Coordination, Coverage, Gender and Human Rights. A separate dimension on accountability to affected population will also be looked at. The impact criterion was not retained due to the challenge of estimating the causal attribution between the variety of activities implemented as part of the response and the effects attained on the ground. Deliverables and Schedules The consultancy will be 3 months in duration and will consist of three main phases: Number of Days of Work National Consultant 1 National Consultant 2 ACTIVITIES Phase 1 Development of inception report (this will include the development of the evaluation design and the data collection tools) + Inception Meetings 5 5 Phase II Data collection and Field work in Cameroon + Debriefing on preliminary findings on the last day of the country mission 15 15 Phase III Data analysis, report writing (draft and final), validation and dissemination 10 10 Total 40 40 Deliverables Inception Report, including a detailed description of the methodology, data collection tools, data analytical plan, and suggested work plan (April 20, 2020); Power Point summarizing key preliminary findings and conclusions (to be held before the international consultant leaves the country) (May 15, 2020); First Draft of the evaluation report (May 15, 2020); Recommendation validation workshop (to be facilitated remotely or by national consultant, as agreed with UNICEF) (July 15, 2020); Final Evaluation report (max 40 pages with the rest to be placed in annexes) incorporating the commented made by UNICEF staff and the Reference Group members both in writing and during the recommendation validation workshop (August 5, 2020; Power Point Presentation which summarizes the Evaluation Report with slide(s) of Key findings and recommendations (August 15, 2020); Raw data in electronic medium, data collection instruments in electronic medium, transcripts in electronic medium, completed data sets, etc. (August 5, 2020); An Infographic summarizing the key findings and conclusions (August 30, 2020) The consultant will need to make sure that the draft report and final report will be consistent with the international evaluation quality standards namely: the UNEG Checklist on Quality Evaluation Reports, the GEROS Quality Assessment Criteria, and the UNEG Guide on the Integration of Gender Equality and Human Rights in Evaluation. (Cf attached ToR for more details) Timing The total duration of the contract is 50 days over the period from September 20, 2019 to December 30, 2019. Reporting Requirements In line with the UNICEF Evaluation Policy, this evaluation will be managed by the Regional Office for West and Central Africa (WCARO) in close collaboration with the Cameroon CO and FO. The Consultant will report to the WCAR Regional Evaluation Adviser. Administrative Issues UNICEF accepts applications from individual consultants. All applications should contain the following documents: I. Technical Project Proposal (max 5 pages), which would include at least the following (applicants are strongly encouraged not to repeat the text from Terms of Reference but rather to demonstrate a critical understanding of it): (NOTE FOR UNICEF: The criteria below will need to be discussed and revised accordingly) Understanding of the evaluation purpose An adequate conceptual framework and evaluation methodology Consultant’s profile/portfolio Proposed timeframes (hour/days) Names and contact details of reference persons List of past evaluation reports (if applicable) Any other additional information to support the application (optional). Financial Proposal: Detailed budget breakdown (in US Dollars). Applicants are strongly recommended to attach their technical and financial evaluation offers when applying. Applicants without their technical and financial evaluation offers will not be considered. UNICEF ins an equal opportunities employer Interested candidates should apply via the website, http://jobs.unicef.org

EMPLOYER : UN JOBS

EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : www.unjobs.org

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