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Date Posted : Dec 07, 2020
Baseline Study Consultant (SFCG) Northern Cameroon
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Fixed Term
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : CONSULTANCY

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  • The consultant is required to respect the following Ethical Principles: Comprehensive and systematic inquiry: Consultant should make the most of the existing information and full range of stakeholders available at the time of the review. Consultant should conduct systematic, data-based inquiries. He or she should communicate his or her methods and approaches accurately and in sufficient detail to allow others to understand, interpret and critique his or her work. He or she should make clear the limitations of the review and its results. Competence: Consultant should possess the abilities and skills and experience appropriate to undertake the tasks proposed and should practice within the limits of his or her professional training and competence. Honesty and integrity: Consultant should be transparent with the contractor/constituent about: any conflict of interest, any change made in the negotiated project plan and the reasons why those changes were made, any risk that certain procedures or activities produce misleading review information. Respect for people: Consultant respect the security, dignity and self-worth of respondents, program participants. Consultant has the responsibility to be sensitive to and respect differences amongst participants in culture, religion, gender, disability, age and ethnicity. In addition, the consultant will respect SFCG's evaluations standards, to be found in SFCG's evaluation guidelines: https://www.sfcg.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/SFCG-External-Evaluation-Guidelines-FINAL.pdf Required Profile Proficiency in English and French (written and spoken); More than 5 years of experience in project evaluation, including collecting data in interviews, surveys and focus groups; Experience in conflict analysis and working with justice and civil society sectors; Experience working with international organizations; Experience conducting quantitative surveys and analysis; Evaluation methods and data collection skills; Strong analytical and report writing skills Familiarity and experience with contextual challenges in the geographic location(s) where the study will take place.

Job Description:

  • Search for Common Ground (Search) is seeking a consultant who can provide baseline information to guide planning and implementation of a project in Northern Cameroon aimed at building trust and collaboration among citizens, law enforcement and justice sector actors. We are interested in understanding the current level of trust and collaboration that exists, and in identifying conflict sensitive and inclusive approaches to building this trust. Consultant's research proposals should include a plan to analyze current context across gender, age, and religious demographics. Candidates' teams should have experience researching evidence to inform the connection between planned programming, the context, and the expected changes from planned programming. Candidates' teams should also have experience transferring research skills to local partners. Search for Common Ground Search is an international conflict transformation NGO that aims to transform the way individuals, groups, governments and companies deal with conflict, away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative solutions. Headquartered in Washington DC, USA, and Brussels, Belgium, with 52 field offices in over 30 countries, Search designs and implements multifaceted, culturally appropriate and conflict-sensitive programs using a diverse range of tools, including media and training, to promote dialogue, increase knowledge and determine a positive shift in behaviors. Cameroon faces escalating crises that threaten the relative peace and security the country has enjoyed since independence. This presents risks to impact several key overall development indicators, including education and socio-economic welfare. Search and our local partner, Local Youth Corner (LOYOC), have designed an innovative 24-month project to foster trust building and collaboration among and between citizens, law enforcement, and justice sector actors in Cameroon. LOYOC, an experienced local civil society organization, will lead implementation, capitalizing on their extensive experience across Cameroon. We will combine an iterative series of capacity building, trust building activities, and platforms for dialogue and joint action planning to meet the project goal and objectives. In addition, local ownership and respect to culture, religion, and traditions are streamlined throughout all activities and approaches, in order to maximize impact and promote sustainability. The Project Search for Common Ground (Search) is supporting our local implementing partner, Local Youth Corner (LOYOC), to implement a project to foster trust building and collaboration on security among and between citizens, law enforcement, and justice sector actors within communities vulnerable to violent extremism in the Far North region of Cameroon. The aim of the project is supported by two objectives and four expected results as outlined below: Objective 1: To improve trust and constructive dialogue among and between citizens, law enforcement, and justice sector actors. ER 1.1. Law enforcement, justice sector actors, and key community leaders and influencers have strengthened capacity to constructively communicate with and engage citizens on justice and security. ER 1.2. Improved platforms to foster understanding and facilitate constructive dialogue among and between communities, law enforcement, and justice sector actors. Objective 2: To strengthen collaboration among and between citizens, law enforcement, and justice sector actors on shared security issues, including VE. ER 2.1 Joint community-level security mechanisms and protocols are developed and advanced by citizens, law enforcement, and local authorities. ER 2.2 Citizens have improved access to information on and positive examples of collaborative security, justice, and peace processes. We will combine an iterative series of capacity building, trust building activities, and platforms for dialogue and joint action planning to meet the project goal and objectives. In addition, local ownership, youth empowerment, and respect to culture, religion, and traditions are streamlined throughout all activities and approaches, in order to maximize impact and promote sustainability. Our theory of change is that: Theory of Change: If law enforcement and justice sector actors have improved capacity to engage constructively and collaboratively with citizens on security challenges, including VE; and If citizens have improved understanding of the mission of security and justice sectors and priorities of law enforcement; and If these stakeholders have joint platforms for regular dialogue and trust building and are then empowered to jointly develop community security mechanisms, underpinned by newfound trust and mutual-accountability in one another; Then overall community trust of and collaboration with law enforcement and justice sector actors will improve Because these stakeholders will benefit from a holistic approach to trust building based on capacity building, dialogue, and collaborative action, and will see each other as partners in addressing shared security issues. Goals and Objectives As the project commences, we require a consultant who will carry out a baseline study ahead of project implementation to set project indicators, assess the context to inform project strategy, and map and identify target stakeholders, including community leaders and influencers, law enforcement, and justice sector actors. The objective of the baseline study is to establish the baseline situation of the project and to provide information on the relevance of the approach to the context. Specifically, the baseline should respond to the following questions: Assess the current context (conflict dynamics, interventions done so far and gaps in these, peace opportunities) to inform the project strategy; Assess gender, age and social inclusion dynamics in project target locations, as relevant to proposed intervention; propose conflict sensitive strategies for including these demographics in the intervention Inform Search on the relevance of the proposed approaches and target location based on the above conflict dynamics assessments; recommend adaptations to proposed approaches as required Map and identify target stakeholders, including community leaders and influencers, law enforcement, and justice sector actors, and their motivations Conduct a risk analysis to be taken into account in order to avoid damaging the context and exacerbating existing conflicts, and proffer conflict sensitive approaches to mitigate these In addition to these, the study will provide baseline information and data for key project qualitative and quantitative indicators as included in the project M&E plan, as well as propose additional indicators based on project objectives and findings from the study. Findings from this evaluation will be used to inform future program design, planning and implementation. The reports will be shared widely with project participants and partners, and presented during Search Cameroon and Global programs. The reports - with sensitive details redacted - will eventually be published on Search's website and shared with other learning networks in order to enhance contributions to Prevention of Violent Extremism (PVE) programming and the broader field of peace-building in Cameroon, regionally, and in the world. Keys questions of the Study Who are the current formal and informal law enforcement and justice sector actors? Where are they present? What are the preferred ways of engaging with these law enforcement and justice sector actors with the prevailing context? How do law enforcement actors, justice sector actors and communities relate to one another (all perspectives)? What is the level of trust between law enforcement actors, justice sector actors and community members? What is the current level of collaboration between law enforcement actors, justice sector actors and target communities? What platforms currently exist for trust building and collaboration between law enforcement actors, justice sector actors and community members? What are the opportunities for this to happen? What has been done in the past to build trust and collaboration between communities, law enforcement and justice sector actors? What were the outcomes of these actions? What are the gaps that still need to be bridged? How is the proposed intervention relevant in bridging these identified gaps? What adaptations to the proposed intervention need to be considered to make the intervention more relevant? What stakeholders, including community leaders and influencers, law enforcement, and justice sector actors are relevant for this intervention? What are their motivations and how do these motivations align with the objectives and expected outcomes of this intervention? How much has gender, age and social inclusion been a priority in processes to build trust between communities, law enforcement and justice sector actors, and to what gains? How can gender, age and social inclusion be incorporated into the proposed intervention in ways that are conflict sensitive and Do No Harm to communities? What are the possible risks to or from this intervention? How can these be mitigated in a conflict sensitive manner that does no harm to target communities? Geographical Locations This study will be conducted in Yaoundé and in the Far North region of Cameroon, precisely in Maroua (administrative capital) and Mora where Search plans to implement this project. Specific communities and stakeholders of interest as relevant to the area and theme of study are to be recommended by the Consultant, and jointly agreed on with Search and LOYOC as well as presented to the donor. Methodology and Data Collection Tools Proposals should outline the research approach and methods for data collection to be used, including justification for these methods related to the research questions. The applications submitted must clearly explain why the proposed methodology is the most appropriate to achieve the study objectives; they must also clarify the different tools that will be used and how each of these tools contributes to meeting the established lines of inquiry. Proposals should also include the sampling strategy and approach to analysis. In addition Do No Harm strategies, and strategies for conflict sensitive youth inclusion should clearly be stated. Furthermore, the proposal should clearly state how the study would be conducted with Search's partner, LOYOC, such that it provides an opportunity for research skills transfer to LOYOC. Timeframe This study will take place from December 2020 - January, 2021 with the final deliverables due by 31st January 2021 at the latest. Budget and Terms of Engagement All production costs incurred will be covered from the consultancy fee. 5% withholding tax will be deducted at source from the total cost of the consultancy fee for a firm. Data Quality Assurance and Management All studies will be reviewed and approved by our country office and global Institutional Learning Team prior to acceptance of the final product. The inception report detailing the proposed method, study matrix, and work plan is to be approved by the Search team before starting data collection. In addition, draft reports will be reviewed and feedback incorporated before finalization and sign off. All data and materials collected in the course of this study is to be safely stored and handed over to Search at the end of the study. Submitted proposals should include plans for how the study will manage data throughout the study to ensure data quality. Deliverables An inception report detailing the methodology, data collection tools and timeline; Any necessary training of data collectors or set-up of systems for data collection; Supervision and participation in data collection; Oversight of data coding and analysis; All original data submitted to Search; A draft evaluation report in English, for review by Search staff and partners; A Final report in English while also ensuring that the PowerPoint presentation of the key results of the study in French to enable proper use since the project targets are French speakers A final report in English (40 pages max in length, excluding appendices) consistent with Search branding and standards for evaluation. The Final Report Uses the Search evaluation template unless otherwise agreed in the contract Provides a clear connection between the conflict or context assessment and the intended results, articulate the project's ToC, and include other relevant project specifics Fully explains the objectives and research questions of the study, limitations and methods chosen for analysis, Findings respect Search's evaluation standards, are structured around the main objectives of the study, and are presented in relation to the intended target groups. The findings should speak to the link between the project, its Theory of Change and its contribution to our strategy. It should explain adaptations that occurred during the project and their impact on results. Recommendations should have a clear audience and be specific, accessible, and actionable. Indicator table showing all indicators Appendices should include detailed research instruments, list of interviewees, terms of references and evaluator(s) brief biography. Consultant(s) will be responsible for organizing their own logistics for data collection (vehicles, fuel, and drivers), and this must be budgeted into the study. At least one Search staff member may be available to support data collection and logistics. In addition, Search and partners will share the following elements with the external consultant(s): Background materials including the project proposal and log frame, M&E plan, and other documents as needed and available. The consultant is required to respect the following Ethical Principles: Comprehensive and systematic inquiry: Consultant should make the most of the existing information and full range of stakeholders available at the time of the review. Consultant should conduct systematic, data-based inquiries. He or she should communicate his or her methods and approaches accurately and in sufficient detail to allow others to understand, interpret and critique his or her work. He or she should make clear the limitations of the review and its results. Competence: Consultant should possess the abilities and skills and experience appropriate to undertake the tasks proposed and should practice within the limits of his or her professional training and competence. Honesty and integrity: Consultant should be transparent with the contractor/constituent about: any conflict of interest, any change made in the negotiated project plan and the reasons why those changes were made, any risk that certain procedures or activities produce misleading review information. Respect for people: Consultant respect the security, dignity and self-worth of respondents, program participants. Consultant has the responsibility to be sensitive to and respect differences amongst participants in culture, religion, gender, disability, age and ethnicity. In addition, the consultant will respect SFCG's evaluations standards, to be found in SFCG's evaluation guidelines: https://www.sfcg.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/SFCG-External-Evaluation-Guidelines-FINAL.pdf Applications Interested candidates are invited to send an application through our career portal, no later than Monday, 21 December, 2020. The title of the application should be: 'Baseline Assessment - 'Strengthening Trust and Relationships between Community, Security, and Justice Sector Actors for Improved Security in Far North Cameroon' and the application should contain the following: The technical offer detailing the methodology, timeframe and size of the evaluation team proposed (max 4 pages); The1 biography of the evaluator/ evaluation team demonstrating relevant experience/ knowledge (max 5 pages) and CVs of key personnel 1-2 examples of past research where the candidate was the lead evaluator; 1 financial offer (Excel) detailing the costs of the budget detailing accommodation and traveling costs, field recruitments if necessary; 2 references of organizations who can verify the quality of the consultant's work. COMPANIES OR FIRMS applying should include: Company's Profile. Evidence of business registration Evidence of Tax registration/ Tax ID Number Please note that incomplete applications will not be accepted. Submitted offers will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and selection made according to the following criteria: Quality of the financial offer: realism of the proposed costs, adequacy between the budget and the technical offer; Consultant's ability to conduct qualitative and quantitative studies, knowledge of methodology and field of research; Consultant's ability to conduct the study on time; Consultant's ability to recruit local data collection teams on site; Quality of reports proposed by the consultant as a sample; As job descriptions cannot be exhaustive, the position holder may be required to undertake other duties that are broadly in line with the above key responsibilities. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Only applicants invited for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. Please see our website www.sfcg.org for full details of our work. All Search Employees must adhere to the values: Shared Humanity - Empathy - Impartiality - Inclusivity - Courage - Hope - Humility - Audacity. In accordance with these values, Search enforces compliance with the Code of Conduct and related policies on Anti Workplace Harassment, Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Conflict of Interest and Anti-fraud. Search for Common Ground does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. View our code of conduct here and our privacy policy here. Apply via the website, https://unjobs.org/vacancies/1607035997425

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Date Posted : Sep 23, 2020
Administrative Clerk (US Embassy) Yaounde
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  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : GOVERNMENT

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  • Qualifications and Evaluations Requirements: EXPERIENCE: Two years of secretarial or administrative experience in an international organization or large local institution is required. JOB KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of post administrative instructions and notices and Locally Employed Staff Handbook. Good working knowledge of English and French Grammar, spelling and punctuation. Good knowledge of T&A procedures. Education Requirements: Completion of High School (“A” Level or Baccalauréat) is required. Evaluations: LANGUAGE: Level III (Good Working Knowledge) Speaking/Reading/Writing English and French are required. This will be tested. SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must be good at MS Word, MS Excel and MS Outlook e-mail. Must be able to interact with employees tactfully, inspire their confidence and trust, and maintain a pleasant attitude despite numerous work pressures and deadlines. Must be able to work independently for routine work and provide excellent customer service. Must be computer literate and have typing skills of 40 w.p.m. minimum. These will be tested. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (EEO): The U.S. Mission provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation. Qualifications: All applicants under consideration will be required to pass U.S. Embassy Medical and Security certifications. Back to top Benefits and Other Info Benefits: Agency Benefits: Locally Employed Staff, including Members of Household (MOHs), and Third-Country Nationals (TCNs), working at the U.S. Mission in (insert post and/or country name) may receive a compensation package that may include health, separation, and other benefits. For EFMs, benefits should be discussed with the Human Resources Office. The pay plan is assigned at the time of the conditional offer letter by the HR Office. Other Information: HIRING PREFERENCE SELECTION PROCESS: Applicants in the following hiring preference categories are extended a hiring preference in the order listed below. Therefore, it is essential that these applicants accurately describe their status on the application. Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not eligible for a hiring preference.

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  • ydeapplicants@state.gov Overview Hiring Path: • Open to the public Who May Apply/Clarification From the Agency: Current Employees of the Mission - All Agencies and/or U.S. Citizen Eligible Family Members (USEFMs); Eligible Family Members (EFMs); or Declared Members of Household (MOHs) - All Agencies. Security Clearance Required: Public Trust - Background Investigation Appointment Type Permanent Appointment Type Details: Indefinite subject to successful completion of probationary period Marketing Statement: We encourage you to read and understand the Eight (8) Qualities of Overseas Employees before you apply. Summary: The work schedule for this position is: Full Time (40 hours per week) Start date: Candidate must be able to begin working within a reasonable period of time upon receipt of agency authorization and/or clearances/certifications or their candidacy may end. Supervisory Position: No Relocation Expenses Reimbursed: No Back to top Duties Basic Function of the Position: Serves as Administrative Clerk for the Local Guard Force (LGF) and provides administrative, secretarial, time and attendance, and other clerical support to LGF operations. Incumbent reports directly to the Assistant Regional Security Officer (ARSO) – Regional Security Office. Distribute and follow up with office phone bill payment and requisitioning replacement phones. Place orders for supplies and repairs of LGF equipment and maintain LGF office supplies. Receive telephone calls, visitors, provide reminders and background material for appointments and meetings; making arrangements for conferences, and logistics. Develop and maintaining a system for tracking incoming and outgoing shipments.

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Date Posted : Jul 31, 2020
Administrateur National des ventes (African food distribution) Douala
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  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : MARKETING/SALES

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • PROFIL - Titulaire d’un Bac+ 3 en statistiques, informatique de Gestion, vente et négociation commerciale, ou tout autre diplôme équivalent ; - Avoir 3 années d’expérience minimum à un poste similaire ; - Bonne connaissance des habitudes de l’open market ; - Bonne connaissance des marchés traditionnels ; - Maîtrise des techniques de vente et de management et avoir de bonnes connaissances en marketing, esprit de synthèse ; - Avoir de solides compétences et expériences dans la manipulation des systèmes informatiques et produits bureautiques standard (Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Sage Saari etc.) ; - La pratique de la langue anglaise est un atout

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  • AFRICA FOOD DISTRIBUTION SA recherche actuellement pour son siège basé à Douala, un (01) ADMINISTRATEUR NATIONAL DES VENTES H/F Rattaché à la Direction Commerciale, l’Administrateur National des Ventes aura pour mission de : - mettre en place la politique de crédit définie par la Direction Générale, tout en participant à la définition des objectifs de vente par région; - suivre la politique de reporting des performances commerciales, mesurer le potentiel de développement de chaque client; - assurer parallèlement les audits de stocks sur le terrain. Ses activités seront réparties sur trois axes STATISTIQUES ET ANALYSES COMMERCIALES - analyser hebdomadairement et mensuellement les performances des Agences et Régions ; - rapprocher les chiffres d’affaires et les encaissements de toutes les agences et régions, les analyser, faire des recommandations et des reporting au Directeur Commercial ; (élire la meilleure agence de la semaine et du mois.) ; - rapprocher les chiffres d’affaires et les encaissements de toutes les agences et régions ; - produire un rapport mensuel et trimestriel du top 25 clients sur le plan national, en chiffres d’affaires et transmission au Directeur Commercial pour analyse et recommandations ; - analyser les créances hebdomadaires pour la réunion stratégique et proposer des actions pour chaque agence ; - rapprocher les chiffres d’affaires et les encaissements de toutes les agences et régions, les analyser, faire des recommandations et des reporting au Directeur Commercial. ANALYSE DES DOSSIERS CLIENTS ET SUIVI DES CREANCES - analyser les dossiers clients et actualiser le fichier « client à terme » de l’entreprise ; - rapprocher les comptes clients, en dégager les écarts et les analyser ; - effectuer le rapprochement hebdomadaire des créances clients et instances des commerciaux de toutes les agences ; - faire l’analyse des créances âgées, définir la meilleure agence de la semaine et du mois ; - recevoir chaque mois des relevés de comptes/d’échéance des clients à terme de toutes les agences, les analyser périodiquement ; - reporter toute anomalie au Directeur Commercial. - initier les courriers de relance aux clients débiteurs pour non-paiement des créances à échéance ; - actualiser les comptes clients et suivre le recouvrement forcé des créances. AUDIT DES CREANCES ET DES STOCKS - assurer les audits terrain sur l’effectivité des créances auprès des clients selon les priorités définies par la Direction Commerciale, analyser et classer les données de circularisation des comptes ; - assurer les audits terrain sur les stocks, vérifier la présence de nos produits et ceux des concurrents disponibles chez les partenaires, selon les priorités définies par la Direction Commerciale. Dossier de candidature : CV, lettre de motivation Deadline : 05 août 2020 Envoyez votre dossier de candidature à : recrutement@africafooddistribution.com

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Date Posted : Jun 12, 2020
Responsable Commercial Régional (Via FNE) Bafoussam
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  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : MARKETING

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  • Sexe Sans distinction Formation initiale BTS action commerciale, vente, distribution... Expérience professionnelle Indispensable Durée de l'expérience professionnelle 0 mois Langues Français / Compétences requises Gestion force de vente, planification gestion de portefeuille client

Job Description:

  • Coordonner et superviser les ventes des produits cosmétique de la marque dans la région de l'ouest Contact du Gestionnaire de l'Offre NGANDO Ernest Olivier, Conseiller emploi au FNE - Agence de Bafoussam ngandoero@fnecm.org , 676203102, Bafoussam

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Date Posted : Mar 25, 2020
Auditeur Interne Junior (ACMS) Yaounde
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  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : ACCOUNTANCY

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  • Qualifications, expérience professionnelle et compétences techniques requises Educaftion: Etre titulaire au moins d'un diplôme de niveau Bac+4/5 en Comptabilité-Getsion-Audit/Finances, ou d'un autre diplôme académique reconnu équivalent Epérience: Avoir au moins deux(02) années d'expérience avérées en audit ou dans les métiers de contrôle et de gestion de risque dans une organisation non gouvernementale internationale ou dans une entreprise privée. Une expérience dans l'audit des projets des bailleurs de fonds serait un atout. Avoir des connaissances et expérience des systèmes des ONG internationales. avoir une familiarité avec les procédures des bailleurs de fonds tels que: USAID, Fonds Mondial, l'UE et la KFW. Langue: parler couramment la langue française ou anglaise et avoir une maitrise suffisante de l'autre langue; bonnes capacités de rédaction. Compétences clés nécessaires: avoir des connaissances très approfondies en procédures d'audit interne et de bonnes connaissances en comptabilité et finances; capacités d'analyse et sens du détail très poussé; savoir communiquer efficacement; faciliter le changement/innovation; être proactf; gestion axée sur les résultats pour réussir; capacités de négociation; aptitudes à la planification et à l'organisation. Expérience professionnelle requise en substitution du Diplôme: Avoir cinq(05) années d'expérience professionnelle pertinente dans le domaine de l'Audit, dans une organisation non gouvernementale internationale ou dans une entreprise privée. Autres conditions Avoir de bonnes aptitudes en relations publiques. Etre intègre et faire preuve d'un engagement et d'une aptitude à travailler en harmonie avec des personnes d'origine et cultures diverses. Pouvoir démontrer des compétences dans la gestion des relations humaines, la communication et le développement des individus Une capacité de réflexion analytique et stratégique, et une capacité de gestion axée sur les résultats. Un esprit structuré et une bonne capacité d'expression orale et écrite. Une disposition à travailler sous forte pression de délais et à se remettre en cause.

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  • Contexte et Justification L'association camerounaise pour le marketing social(ACMS) membre du réseau de Populations Services International(PSI); intervenant dans le domaine de la santé et dont les programmes ont pour cible le paludisme, la survie de l'enfant, le VIH et la Santé de la Reproduction rechreche pour les besoins de services un Auditeur Internet Junior au sein de la Direction Exécutive. Le candidat retenu aura pour missions principales: Evaluer les procédures et politiques en place et faire des recommandations pertinentes quant à leur amélioration; assister à la mise en oeuvre opérationnelle du plan d'audit de la plateforme; assister au développement et à l'assurance d'une bonne coordination des activités d'audit internet et externe de l'ACMS et assurer la veille systématique en matière de risque. Lieu de travail: Yaoundé Type de contrat: CDI Date de prise de fonction: 1er mai 2020 Niveau du poste: 9ème catégorie, échelon C du secteur tertiaire II de la Convention Collective Nationale du Commerce. Missions et responsabilités Placé sous la supervision de l'Auditeur Interne Senior, l'Auditeur Interne Junior sera chargé de: Assister l'auditeur internet sénior dans la réalisation des missions d'audit suivant le programme annuel d'audit; pour chaque mission, réaliser des tests et les documenter selon les feuilles de travail définies; évaluer les politiques et procédures et faire des recommandations d'amélioration; identifier les faiblesses de contrôle et les zones de non-conformité réelle ou potentielle conformément aux exigences de PSI et des bailleurs de fonds; effectuer le suivi de la mise en oeuvre des recommandations des audits internes et externes ainsi que des résolutions du conseil d'administration; assister l'équipe d'audit dans la conduite des enquêtes et investigations sur des fraudes présumées conformément aux directives de PSI et en collaboration avec GIA; soutenir la direction dans la promotion de l'éthique et de l'intégrité; fournir un soutien à PSI dans le cadre des renforcements de capacités et des vérifications d'autres plateformes de PSI; aider à la coordination des évaluations d'audit internet effectuées par l'équipe de "Global Internal Audit" de PSI; assister l'auditeur externe sénior à la gestion des relations avec les auditeurs externes et l'équipe de contrôle interne; suivre les indicateurs de performance financière et de contrôle de gestion de l'institution; assurer le contrôle indépendant des inventaires de stock ainsi que du patrimoine de l'institution; effectuer toutes autres tâches liées à ses activités. Lieu de dépôts des dossiers Les dossiers complets seront déposés dans une enveloppe anonyme portant la mention : « Candidature au poste d'Auditeur Internet Junior à l'ACMS » : Au siège de l’ACMS à Yaoundé, sis au quartier Mballa II Dragages Tél/Fax : 222-20-92-24 Au bureau régional de Garoua sis au quartier route aéroport sept à coté du commissariat du groupement régional de la voie publique et de la circulation routière du Nord Tél : 222-27-20-02 Au bureau de liaison de Maroua sis au quartier Dougoï Tél : 655 82 84 84/656 20 03 12 Au bureau de liaison de N’Gaoundéré sis au quartier Administratif Tél : 690 12 46 66/693 42 25 57 Au bureau régional à Douala sis au quartier Ndogbati (carrefour Agip) à côté de la maison du cycle Tél : 233 41 11 12 Au bureau régional de Bamenda sis à COW STREET-NKWEN TEL : 333 36 20 79/691 60 26 98 Date limite de recevabilité des dossiers : 31 mars 2020

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