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CHIEF OF PARTY – RESILIENCE FOOD SECURITY ACTIVITY

Job Category: Programming
Requisition Number: CHIEF01538

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Description

About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. To create a better world, we know our teams do their best work when they are diverse and every team member feels that they belong. We welcome diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills so that we can be stronger and have long-term impact.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps has been present in Haiti since 2010, providing humanitarian assistance and implementing programming focused on resilience and natural resource management, financial inclusion, youth and participation, and good governance. Our early recovery and development programs contribute to Mercy Corps’ overall vision for Haiti: Solutions are locally led and market-based, and communities are secure, equitable and are flourishing in the face of frequent natural disasters and economic instability. Mercy Corps’ vision for change requires the private sector, government and civil society to work together to create meaningful and sustainable change.

Mercy Corps is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) to lead the implementation of a five-year USAID Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) for Haiti. The Activity will contribute to food and nutrition security for households and communities in four targeted departments. This goal will be achieved through enhanced sustainable management of natural resources; increased consumption and utilization of safe and nutritious foods; and profitable livelihoods.

General Position Summary

The Chief of Party will provide overall leadership, management and strategic vision to the implementation of a multi-year USAID Resilience Food Security Activity. S/he will manage staff, resources and partnerships to ensure that the Activity meets its targets and deliverables on-time and within budget. The COP will supervise Activity staff and ensure accountability to Mercy Corps’ policies and donor rules and regulations. S/he will be the primary representative to donors, relevant government entities, partners, other implementers and external stakeholders for this Activity.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Strategy & Vision
  • Provide leadership and strategic vision in all aspects of Activity implementation, development and management. Ensure that Activity implementation is responsive to communities, and aligned with Mercy Corps’ principles, values and strategic plan.
  • Outline and maintain a strategic plan for the implementation of program activities, including finalizing target areas/interventions, methods of operation and means of evaluation.
Program Management
  • Oversee Activity start-up and ongoing program management and administration of teams across various country locations.
  • Lead the development of detailed implementation plans, flowing from annual strategic work-plans, and ensure program implementation is on time, target and budget, using effective M&E systems and adaptive management principles to reach desired impacts.
  • Provide managerial and programmatic oversight to partners and sub-grantees.
  • Document processes and achievements to ensure impact and best practices are captured and disseminated. This will include the continual re-evaluation of program activities and information, with resulting activity adjustments in keeping with new insights.
  • Create and follow effective stakeholder engagement plans, ensuring sound and proactive communications with Mercy Corps Haiti, headquarters, USAID, Government of Haiti authorities, partner organizations and colleague agencies.
  • Ensure integration of community approaches, gender sensitivity and capacity building into all activities as appropriate.
Human Resources, Safeguarding and Diversity
  • Support Mercy Corps’ global and regional initiatives for human resources, including safeguarding and diversity, and talent development.
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
  • Manage and help with the recruitment, orientation, professional development and ongoing training of staff to ensure they are of the quality and technical capacity necessary to ensure the successful implementation of activities.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews.
Finance, Compliance & Risk Management
  • In collaboration with the country program’s operations and finance departments, ensure proper financial management, procurement, administration, human resources and logistics needs of the Activity are conducted within Mercy Corps’ policy and with the maximum benefit to the RFSA.
  • Monitor adherence to grant agreement, Mercy Corps’ policies and procedures and relevant external rules and regulations, including those of the Government of Haiti.
  • Collaborate with country leadership to support preparedness and response to major disruptive events.
Influence & Representation
  • Represent Mercy Corps at government, donor, NGO and other relevant events, in close coordination with the Country Director.
  • Ensure close coordination and information sharing with consortium partners, sub-grantees, local government and other implementers, as well as with other Mercy Corps programs.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with communities, partners and local government.
Security
  • Work closely with the country team’s security focal point to develop and maintain systems that promote the safety and security of all team members.
  • Ensure that the Activity is implemented with a clear analysis and understanding of security.

Supervisory Responsibility

National and international team members working on the program, as well as partnerships with international and national organizations. The number of direct and indirect reports is to be determined.

Accountability

Reports Directly To: Country Director

Works Directly With: Activity team members, finance, administration and operations teams, HQ Regional Program Team, HQ Technical Support Unit and partner organizations

Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our projects.

Knowledge and Experience / Qualification and Transferable Skills

  • MA/S or equivalent experience in development studies, international relations, agriculture, nutrition, public health, business administration or other relevant field.
  • At least 10 years of relevant development experience with positions of progressively greater responsibilities, at least five years of which must be based in country programs.
  • At least five years in a senior management role is required with experience managing integrated, multi-sectoral programs of a similar size and scope; management of USAID Activity(ies), especially a Development Food Security Activity strongly preferred. Preference for experience with projects addressing resilience, agriculture, natural resources management, agribusiness, peacebuilding and conflict management.
  • Must demonstrate expertise in food and nutrition security.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded projects and stakeholders, local organizations and partners. Experience with consortium management is preferred.
  • Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to the importance of gender and youth dynamics in food security programming and within staff and management of the activity.
  • Experience managing programmatic and financial reporting requirements.
  • Understanding and knowledge of USAID regulations and program administration, management, and reporting procedures and systems is preferred.
  • Prior experience working in Latin America and/or the Caribbean. Should have substantial humanitarian and/or development experience working in Haiti.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Fluency or proficiency in Creole is an advantage.
  • Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of office applications.

Success Factors

The successful COP will combine exceptional management skills and experience in maintaining donor and partner relationships. S/he will have an outstanding ability to develop, implement and manage innovative programs within the current and future program structure of Mercy Corps in the region. S/he will also have proven experience with cross-cultural teams and capacity building, individual staff development, and strong mentoring and interpersonal skills. Multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail and strategic vision are essential. The most successful Mercy Corps team members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and changing environments and make effective written and verbal communication a priority in all situations.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

The position is based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with regular travel (up to 40%) to implementation areas as the security situation allows. This is an accompanied position, with individual housing. There is regular access to electricity and water, though there are occasional electrical outages. Access to quality health care is limited. There are a number of clinics in town, but serious illnesses will require evacuation. Internet is limited, but available in Mercy Corps offices. There is reasonable access to most consumer goods in Port-au-Prince.

Ongoing Learning

In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives. 

We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact. 

We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work.

Safeguarding & Ethics

Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis.

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GENDER, YOUTH AND SOCIAL DYNAMICS LEAD

Job Category: ProgrammingRequisition Number: GENDE01540

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About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. To create a better world, we know our teams do their best work when they are diverse and every team member feels that they belong. We welcome diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills so that we can be stronger and have long-term impact.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps has been present in Haiti since 2010, providing humanitarian assistance and implementing programming focused on resilience and natural resource management, financial inclusion, youth and participation, and good governance. Our early recovery and development programs contribute to Mercy Corps’ overall vision for Haiti: Solutions are locally led and market-based, and communities are secure, equitable and are flourishing in the face of frequent natural disasters and economic instability. Mercy Corps’ vision for change requires the private sector, government and civil society to work together to create meaningful and sustainable change.

Mercy Corps is seeking a Gender, Youth and Social Dynamics (GYSD) Lead for the five-year USAID Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) for Haiti. The Activity will contribute to food and nutrition security for households and communities in four targeted departments. This goal will be achieved through enhanced sustainable management of natural resources; increased consumption and utilization of safe and nutritious foods; and profitable livelihoods.

General Position Summary

The Gender, Youth and Social Dynamics Lead will oversee the work of addressing social dimensions of food security and community resilience across all RFSA components. S/he will be responsible for leading the implementation of gender, youth and social dynamics integration strategies aimed at ensuring that program activities result in positive outcomes for male and female participants of different age groups. S/he will have overall responsibility for building team members’ and partners’ capacity to integrate a GYSD perspective into activities, and raising awareness of the importance of GYSD integration. The GYSD Lead will work closely with other team members to ensure the effective and timely execution of activities related to gender and age-based access to opportunities. During the first year of the program, in alignment with Mercy Corps’ best practices and USAID requirements, the GYSD Lead will conduct a gender analysis to inform and guide program implementation and to ensure that men, women, girls and boys have equitable opportunities to engage in and benefit from program activities. S/he will promote innovative initiatives for inclusiveness in conformity with the donor and Mercy Corps’ gender policy.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Strategy & Vision
  • Organize and conduct the donor-required gender analysis during the first year of the Activity and serve as the lead for any program-related youth or social dynamics assessments.
  • Work closely with sector leads/program managers in integrating the findings from the gender assessment into the Activity’s work plan and milestones.
  • Conduct gender-based violence risk analysis and incorporate findings into the program implementation plan.
  • Develop GYSD integration strategies, oversee the implementation of these strategies in collaboration with the program team and adapt and improve them as needed.
  • Coordinate closely, work with and support managers and partners to promote GYSD integration.
  • Work closely with the relevant team members to develop strategies for encouraging youth participation and leadership in project activities and community decision making.
  • Work closely with the M&E team on GYSD integration and analysis tools. Also with the M&E team, provide technical backstopping in the collection and use of sex-disaggregated statistical data, gender-sensitive approaches and gender analysis for development of engendered reporting across the program objectives. Make recommendations based on assessment findings and regular monitoring to inform program strategies to better meet the needs of the program participants.
  • Contribute to any research conducted in the program to ensure GYS dynamics are fully represented.
  • Work closely with the Human Resources team to ensure GYSD accountability is incorporated into the position descriptions of team members.
Program Management
  • Develop targeted GYSD capacity building interventions to promote integration with program staff.
  • Support program team in the development and delivery of training and capacity building on key gender, youth and social dynamics topics to project participants.
  • Identify and reach out to community partners to create youth programming opportunities and support program team in implementing activities that engage youth.
  • Document processes and achievements to ensure impact and best practices are captured and disseminated. This will include the continual re-evaluation of program activities and information, with resulting activity adjustments in keeping with new insights.

Influence & Representation

  • Develop relationships and linkages with organizations implementing other donor-funded programs focused on GYSD in Haiti.
  • Conduct regular community consultations to ensure programming remains GYSD sensitive and on-track.
  • Collect and share learnings and best practices from this program both internally and externally.
  • Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with consortium partners, donor, local governments and other stakeholders.
  • Communicate effectively to ensure overall project targets and donor obligations are met.
Security
  • Work closely with the country team’s security focal point to develop and maintain systems that promote the safety and security of all team members.
  • Ensure that programs are designed and implemented with a clear analysis and understanding of security.

Supervisory Responsibility

To be determined, will supervise gender, youth and social dynamics officers

Accountability

Reports Directly To: Chief of Party or Technical Director

Works Directly With: Activity team members, M&E and research teams, partner organizations,  HQ Regional Program Team, HQ Technical Support Unit

Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our projects.

Knowledge and Experience / Qualification and Transferable Skills

  • MA/S or equivalent experience in development studies, international relations, women’s studies, gender studies, sociology or other social science discipline.
  • At least seven years’ experience in gender, youth and social dynamics development work at the community level.
  • Experience developing and conducting gender training, gender/youth/social dynamics mainstreaming and engaging in gender advocacy. Preference for experience with projects addressing resilience, agriculture, natural resources management, agribusiness, peacebuilding and conflict management.
  • Demonstrated capacity to lead the collection, analysis and utilization of information from a broad range of sources to ensure effective integration of gender and youth concerns throughout the program’s duration.
  • In-depth understanding of gender, age and other locally significant socio-cultural factors in the context of food and nutrition security and resilience programming.
  • Skills in participatory learning and facilitating collaborative problem-solving.
  • Understanding and knowledge of USAID regulations and program administration, management, and reporting procedures and systems is preferred.
  • Prior experience working in Latin America and/or the Caribbean. Should have substantial humanitarian and/or development experience working in Haiti.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Fluency or proficiency in Creole is an advantage.
  • Excellent computer skills (especially Microsoft office applications) and ability to use information technology as a tool and resource.
Success Factors

The successful candidate will have excellent team and interpersonal relationship skills, with demonstrated ability to work effectively in complex environments. S/he will combine strong communication skills, creativity, initiative, participatory leadership and tactful decisiveness to assist in program implementation. Multi­tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail and strategic vision are essential. S/he must have the confidence and humility to work effectively with a diverse group of people – as well as be sensitive to political and cultural nuance. S/he must ­ be able to consistently apply excellent judgment to a variety of demanding and fast-­changing situations while working as part of a team and coordinating with program personnel.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

The position is based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with regular travel (up to 40%) to implementation areas as the security situation allows. This is an accompanied position, with individual housing. There is regular access to electricity and water, though there are occasional electrical outages. Access to quality health care is limited. There are a number of clinics in town, but serious illnesses will require evacuation. Internet is limited, but available in Mercy Corps offices. There is reasonable access to most consumer goods in Port-au-Prince.

Ongoing Learning

In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives. 

We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact. 

We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work.

Safeguarding & Ethics

Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis.

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CHIEF OF PARTY – RESILIENCE FOOD SECURITY ACTIVITY

Job Category: Programmingé

Requisition Number: CHIEF01538

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Posting Details

Job Details

Description

About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. To create a better world, we know our teams do their best work when they are diverse and every team member feels that they belong. We welcome diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills so that we can be stronger and have long-term impact.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps has been present in Haiti since 2010, providing humanitarian assistance and implementing programming focused on resilience and natural resource management, financial inclusion, youth and participation, and good governance. Our early recovery and development programs contribute to Mercy Corps’ overall vision for Haiti: Solutions are locally led and market-based, and communities are secure, equitable and are flourishing in the face of frequent natural disasters and economic instability. Mercy Corps’ vision for change requires the private sector, government and civil society to work together to create meaningful and sustainable change.

Mercy Corps is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) to lead the implementation of a five-year USAID Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) for Haiti. The Activity will contribute to food and nutrition security for households and communities in four targeted departments. This goal will be achieved through enhanced sustainable management of natural resources; increased consumption and utilization of safe and nutritious foods; and profitable livelihoods.

General Position Summary

The Chief of Party will provide overall leadership, management and strategic vision to the implementation of a multi-year USAID Resilience Food Security Activity. S/he will manage staff, resources and partnerships to ensure that the Activity meets its targets and deliverables on-time and within budget. The COP will supervise Activity staff and ensure accountability to Mercy Corps’ policies and donor rules and regulations. S/he will be the primary representative to donors, relevant government entities, partners, other implementers and external stakeholders for this Activity.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Strategy & Vision
  • Provide leadership and strategic vision in all aspects of Activity implementation, development and management. Ensure that Activity implementation is responsive to communities, and aligned with Mercy Corps’ principles, values and strategic plan.
  • Outline and maintain a strategic plan for the implementation of program activities, including finalizing target areas/interventions, methods of operation and means of evaluation.
Program Management
  • Oversee Activity start-up and ongoing program management and administration of teams across various country locations.
  • Lead the development of detailed implementation plans, flowing from annual strategic work-plans, and ensure program implementation is on time, target and budget, using effective M&E systems and adaptive management principles to reach desired impacts.
  • Provide managerial and programmatic oversight to partners and sub-grantees.
  • Document processes and achievements to ensure impact and best practices are captured and disseminated. This will include the continual re-evaluation of program activities and information, with resulting activity adjustments in keeping with new insights.
  • Create and follow effective stakeholder engagement plans, ensuring sound and proactive communications with Mercy Corps Haiti, headquarters, USAID, Government of Haiti authorities, partner organizations and colleague agencies.
  • Ensure integration of community approaches, gender sensitivity and capacity building into all activities as appropriate.
Human Resources, Safeguarding and Diversity
  • Support Mercy Corps’ global and regional initiatives for human resources, including safeguarding and diversity, and talent development.
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
  • Manage and help with the recruitment, orientation, professional development and ongoing training of staff to ensure they are of the quality and technical capacity necessary to ensure the successful implementation of activities.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews.
Finance, Compliance & Risk Management
  • In collaboration with the country program’s operations and finance departments, ensure proper financial management, procurement, administration, human resources and logistics needs of the Activity are conducted within Mercy Corps’ policy and with the maximum benefit to the RFSA.
  • Monitor adherence to grant agreement, Mercy Corps’ policies and procedures and relevant external rules and regulations, including those of the Government of Haiti.
  • Collaborate with country leadership to support preparedness and response to major disruptive events.
Influence & Representation
  • Represent Mercy Corps at government, donor, NGO and other relevant events, in close coordination with the Country Director.
  • Ensure close coordination and information sharing with consortium partners, sub-grantees, local government and other implementers, as well as with other Mercy Corps programs.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with communities, partners and local government.
Security
  • Work closely with the country team’s security focal point to develop and maintain systems that promote the safety and security of all team members.
  • Ensure that the Activity is implemented with a clear analysis and understanding of security.

Supervisory Responsibility

National and international team members working on the program, as well as partnerships with international and national organizations. The number of direct and indirect reports is to be determined.

Accountability

Reports Directly To: Country Director

Works Directly With: Activity team members, finance, administration and operations teams, HQ Regional Program Team, HQ Technical Support Unit and partner organizations

Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our projects.

Knowledge and Experience / Qualification and Transferable Skills

  • MA/S or equivalent experience in development studies, international relations, agriculture, nutrition, public health, business administration or other relevant field.
  • At least 10 years of relevant development experience with positions of progressively greater responsibilities, at least five years of which must be based in country programs.
  • At least five years in a senior management role is required with experience managing integrated, multi-sectoral programs of a similar size and scope; management of USAID Activity(ies), especially a Development Food Security Activity strongly preferred. Preference for experience with projects addressing resilience, agriculture, natural resources management, agribusiness, peacebuilding and conflict management.
  • Must demonstrate expertise in food and nutrition security.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded projects and stakeholders, local organizations and partners. Experience with consortium management is preferred.
  • Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to the importance of gender and youth dynamics in food security programming and within staff and management of the activity.
  • Experience managing programmatic and financial reporting requirements.
  • Understanding and knowledge of USAID regulations and program administration, management, and reporting procedures and systems is preferred.
  • Prior experience working in Latin America and/or the Caribbean. Should have substantial humanitarian and/or development experience working in Haiti.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Fluency or proficiency in Creole is an advantage.
  • Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of office applications.

Success Factors

The successful COP will combine exceptional management skills and experience in maintaining donor and partner relationships. S/he will have an outstanding ability to develop, implement and manage innovative programs within the current and future program structure of Mercy Corps in the region. S/he will also have proven experience with cross-cultural teams and capacity building, individual staff development, and strong mentoring and interpersonal skills. Multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail and strategic vision are essential. The most successful Mercy Corps team members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and changing environments and make effective written and verbal communication a priority in all situations.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

The position is based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with regular travel (up to 40%) to implementation areas as the security situation allows. This is an accompanied position, with individual housing. There is regular access to electricity and water, though there are occasional electrical outages. Access to quality health care is limited. There are a number of clinics in town, but serious illnesses will require evacuation. Internet is limited, but available in Mercy Corps offices. There is reasonable access to most consumer goods in Port-au-Prince.

Ongoing Learning

In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives. 

We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact. 

We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work.

Safeguarding & Ethics

Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis.

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JOB DESCRIPTION
Position : Assistant-e Administratif-ve YKPNT-012-AA
Location : Port-au-Prince, Haïti

«enpaK», est une organisation haïtienne de développement, à but non lucratif sans affiliation religieuse et politique reconnue par le Gouvernement Haïtien. La Vision de «enpaK» est un pays où tous les citoyens, y compris les plus jeunes et les plus marginalisés, prennent conscience de leur potentiel et mettent leurs capacités en commun afin de jouer un rôle significatif dans le développement de leur pays. La Mission de «enpaK» est de contribuer à renforcer la capacité et les compétences locales incluant celles des organisations de la société civile, et des organisations communautaires de base, afin d’améliorer la qualité de leurs interventions en accord avec les droits de la personne. Les valeurs qui guident le travail de «enpaK» sont le respect des droits et l’engagement citoyen.

Dans le cadre du projet « Yon Kominote pou nou tout » financé par la USAID sur une période de deux ans et qui a pour objectif de contribuer à prévenir la ségrégation et l’isolement des personnes handicapées en les habilitant à faire leurs propres choix et en leur assurant l’accès à tous les espaces et services disponibles dans la communauté sur un pied d’égalité avec toutes autres personnes ; « enpaK » recherche un-e Assistant-e Administratif-ve.

Sous la supervision du Responsable des Opérations, L’Assistant-e Administratif-ve s’occupe principalement de maintenir une bonne gestion administrative de la structure où elle exerce. Il-elle contribue à la bonne gestion de l’institution et est responsable de la bonne organisation interne et de la réalisation des tâches administratives qui lui sont confiées.

Rôles et Responsabilités :
• Suivi des dossiers
• Accueil téléphonique et redirection des messages aux bons interlocuteurs
• Gestion du courrier
• Collecte des documents administratifs et classement
• Préparation des contrats
• Rédaction de correspondances
• Relecture et Mise en forme de documents
• Planification des réunions de travail
• Rédaction des rapports de réunion
• Planification des déplacements du personnel du projet
• Veiller au remplissage des Time Sheets
• Coordination des évènements spéciaux en support à l’Officier de communication
• Gérer le stock de fournitures, des articles non‐ consommables (Équipements et matériels), ainsi que l’inventaire
• Assurer la gestion permanente du bureau
• Coordonner la gestion du parc roulant de l’organisation
• Superviser en collaboration avec le chauffeur les entretiens et réparations nécessaires au bon fonctionnement du véhicule affecté au Projet
• Vérifier régulièrement les fiches de bord du véhicule affecté au Projet
• Être l’interlocuteur-trice direct vis‐à‐vis des tiers concernant le parc roulant : Concessionnaires, garages, fournisseurs de carburant,
• Assurer l’harmonisation et le contrôle de l’utilisation des matériels et équipements
• Servir de contact pour les fournisseurs et prestataires de service
• Superviser le personnel de soutien

Et toutes autres tâches pour la bonne marche du projet

Qualifications :
• Avoir Trois (3) années d’expérience dans un poste similaire
• Connaissance des Droits des Personnes Handicapées
• Etre sensibilisé-e sur la non-discrimination, l’inclusion et la diversité
• Maîtrise de logiciels (tableurs, traitement de texte…) et d’outils informatiques (Word, Excel, PowerPoint…)
• Excellente expression orale et rédactionnelle
• Utilisation des modes de communication (téléphone, courrier électronique, messagerie, agenda électronique…)
• Avoir l’esprit d’équipe
• Capacité d’organisation
• Polyvalence, Proactivité, Discrétion
• Respect des délais
• Respect de la confidentialité

Education :
• Avoir un diplôme d’une école de secrétariat reconnue. Licence en administration un plus ou l’expérience équivalente

Capacités linguistiques :
• La maîtrise du français et du créole est nécessaire. La connaissance de l’anglais et de la langue des signes : des atouts

Conditions de travail :
• Être disponible à travailler en dehors des heures de travail
• Être disponible pour des déplacements le cas échéant vers les zones d’intervention du projet : Fort-Liberté, Terrier Rouge, Plaine du Nord, Cap-Haïtien, Lascahobas, Mirebalais, Cabaret

Emplacement de l’emploi :
• Le poste est basé à Port-au-Prince

Horaire :
• Le poste est à plein temps partiel, horaire de 40 heures par semaine

N.B. enpaK offre des opportunités égales et un traitement juste et équitable en matière d’emploi à toutes les personnes sans égard à la race, la couleur, la religion, le sexe, l’origine nationale, l’âge, le handicap, l’affiliation politique, l’état matrimonial ou l’orientation sexuelle

Envoyer le dossier à
recrutement.enpak@gmail.com

Date limite
Lundi 8 mars 2021


Termes de référence pour le poste d’Officier (ère) de communication et capitalisation des expériences

Présentation du poste à pourvoir

Durée : Déterminée

Type de contrat :  A temps plein

Supervision : Chargé de Programme

Lieu de travail : Port-au-Prince, Direction de Programme (50%) Bureaux de Province les Cayes et Jacmel (50%)

Objectif du poste

Sous   la   supervision   du  Chargé  de  Programme,   l’Officier   (ère)   de  communication   et  de capitalisation des expériences est responsable des aspects de gestion des connaissances et de communication du programme de HELVETAS en Haïti. Il (elle) doit supporter les projets dans le processus de documentation (rendre les expériences disponibles) et de capitalisation (analyses et apprentissages d’expérience), les projets dans la finalisation et l’édition de guides, manuels et assister    le    programme dans    ses    différentes    activités    stratégiques,    transversales    et opérationnelles.

Principales responsabilités

1.   Communication et Gestion de connaissances

L’Officier (ère) de Communication et de Capitalisation des expériences est chargé (e) de la :

•    Facilitation et animation d’atelier de capitalisation d’expérience, identification des thèmes,

des leçons apprises et des bonnes pratiques ;

•    Conception/rédaction/édition de documents de capitalisations ;

•    Synthétisation, en appui aux équipes, de guides et de manuels issus des projets et en

assurer l’édition ;

•    Production,  directement  ou  en  supervision  de  prestataires,  de  contenu  multimédia (documents, vidéos, contenu web) présentant les projets ;

•   Rédaction de TdR, contractualisation et suivi de prestataires externes venant au besoin en   appui   la   production   des   documents   et   matériels   multimédia   ne   pouvant   être rédigé/produit/édités    par    l’officier    (ère)    de    communication    et    de    capitalisation d’expériences.

•   Alimentation des missions de suivi-évaluation interne et externe sur les thématiques et projets concernés (rapportage sociale si nécessaires) ;

•   Alimentation  périodique  des  sites  internet  et  intranet  du  programme  en  Haïti  et  des sections spécifiques aux différents programmes ;

•   Mise en place, le cas échéant, de sites internet spécifiques aux différents programmes en collaboration avec les responsables de communication des parties prenantes de ces programmes ;

•    Organisation  de  l’acquisition  de  matériels  multimédia  (photos,  vidéos,  sons)  sur  les projets, ainsi que de leur traitement, publication et archivage.

•   Assurer la liaison avec les responsables de communications des parties prenantes des programmes (bailleurs et institutions partenaires).

2. Support à la direction de programme

Il (elle) doit assister le :

•   Développement du programme : acquisition, conception de dossier candidature, concept note et documents de projet ;

•    Recherche   de   synergie   et   complémentarité :   planification,   facilitation   et   animation

d’ateliers programmatique, thématiques et transversaux ;

•    Elaboration des Termes de Références et/ou spécifications techniques,

•    Mise  en  place  d’outils  de  suivi,  soutien  à  l’organisation  des  activités  d’opération,

rencontres et visites périodiques, rapportage ;

•    Rapportage annuel du programme et de l’analyse des rapports des projets ;

•   Représentation de HELVETAS, sur demande, dans des réseaux thématiques ou groupe de travail.

Profil recherché

1.   Qualifications et Expériences

•   Diplôme universitaire (niveau maitrise un plus) en science sociales, sciences humaines, communication, journalisme, sciences de la terre ou autres disciplines connexes ;

•   Avoir    au    moins    3    ans    d’expérience    professionnelle    dans    la    communication, documentation et la capitalisation d’expériences dans le domaine de la coopération au

développement ;

•    Compétences  reconnues  en  matière  de  rédaction,  conception,  édition  de  supports d’information et de communication ;

•    Expérience   démontrée  d’animation   et  de   facilitation   de   groupes   et  de   processus collaboratif ;

•    Excellente maitrise des outils informatiques standards (Excel, Word, Power Point) ;

•    Maitrise d’outils avancés d’édition de texte et d’images (suite Adobe) un plus ;

•   Connaissances sur la gestion de sites internet établis (alimentation, mises à jour, mise en place de nouvelles sections, etc.) :

•   Connaissance souhaitable dans la gestion des outils médiatiques (photographie, vidéos, etc.)

2.   Habilités et aptitudes

•    Excellente capacité analytique et de synthèse ;

•    Excellente capacité rédactionnelle ;

•    Communicative et Ouverture d’esprit, sens d’initiative et disposition à proposer ;

•    Grande autonomie et capacité à produire des résultats avec un minimum de supervision ;

•   Esprit  d’équipe  et  capacité  à  développer  de  solides  relations  avec  les  pairs  pour  le développement de travail collaboratif à court et moyen termes ;

•    Capacité à rencontrer les acteurs/partenaires, engager le dialogue et créer la confiance

3.   Compétences Organisationnelles :

•    Intégrité en accord avec les valeurs et les normes éthiques de la HELVETAS ;

•    Flexibilité  et  une  adaptabilité  aux  aspects  culturels,  de  genre,  de  religion,  de  race,  de nationalité et d’âge.

4.   Gestion et leadership :

•    Focaliser sur les résultats ;

•    Répondre de manière constructive aux appréciations ;

•    Aborder constamment le travail avec énergie et ponctualité, ainsi qu’avec une attitude positive et constructive.

Dossier de candidature

Les  intéressées  peuvent  déposer  leurs  dossiers  de  candidature  complet,  avec  CV,  lettre  de motivation et références, au plus tard le 12 mars 2021 à l’adresse : rh.haiti@helvetas.org

Ou

En copie dure à HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Haïti au #1, Impasse Larose, Rue Laham Mercier,  Delmas  60  et  mettre   en   référence :  Officier   (ère)   de   communication   et   de capitalisation des expériences

1 COMMENT

  1. Bonjour J’ai 27 ans je suis etudiant en Genie civils a l’université Leconte ISTH je donne ma candidature

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