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Closing date: 25 Jun 2018
Develop and strengthen Medair’s logistics capacity in the area of Logistics Country Program Support, Procurement, and contribute to the professional development of logistics within Medair. You will also be a key member of Medair’s Global Emergency Response Team (G-ERT) and available to deploy to emergency responses within 24 hours for a specific period of time. When deployed the Logistics officer will have specific responsibility for ensuring standard logistics and related administrative systems are established and implemented within Medair country programmes or emergency response and that an effective supply chain is in place at all times. The Logistics Officer is responsible for all aspects of establishing logistics systems (procurement, warehousing, transport, fleet, equipment, facilities) including staffing and coordination with other functions.
The role will be required to fill gaps for key logistics positions across the organisation, in non-emergency programmes, existing chronic emergencies and will be required to respond to sudden onset emergencies with the G-ERT. It is also envisioned that the role may be asked to assist in the field in a mentoring/coaching capacity for new staff.
The Logistics Officer will be deployed to various country programmes for varying time periods ranging from 3 weeks up to 2 months. It is estimated that the role will be deployed to a maximum of 60% of the time. In between deployments the role may work from home whilst also expected to spend time in our Headquarters in Ecublens, Switzerland. A specific Terms of Reference will be written for each assignment to detail the specific tasks and responsibilities during deployment.
Medair HQ, Lausanne, Switzerland, with up to 60% travel time.
Starting Date / Initial Contract Details
May 2018. Part time: 80%. Open-ended contract.
Key Activity Areas
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This job description covers the main tasks that are anticipated. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary.
Experience / Competencies
How to apply:
Before you apply, please ensure you are fully aware of the:
Then to apply, go to http://relief.medair.org/en/jobs/positions/roving-emergency-logistics-officer-ch-hq/, then:
apply for this vacancy (or another position that matches your profile), or
apply for a Medair ROC (where we can try and match your competencies to our vacancy needs)
Please do not make multiple applications. We will not review email applications. Only English-language applications / CVs will be reviewed. Medair does not set closing / deadline dates for applications; recruitment is on-going until the position is filled.
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Organization: Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
Closing date: 23 Mar 2018
The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is the global leader in the provision of data, information and analysis on internal displacement. IDMC monitors all situations of internal displacement, providing estimates of the numbers of IDPs worldwide, and develops research and analysis which seeks to better inform policy and operational decisions that affect the lives of internally displaced people.
Background Global Report on Internal Displacement
Since 1998, IDMC’s annual global reports on internal displacement have been an established reference for decision-makers and practitioners seeking an overview of policy-relevant evidence, trends and analysis. In 2016, IDMC released its first single annual global report that brought together data, evidence and analysis on displacement in the context of conflicts and disasters. The third iteration will be launched in May 2018.
IDMC wants to build on the success of last year’s microsite, which can be seen at http://internaldisplacement.org/grid2017/. The agency/contractor will ideally further develop the current solution (the source code of the existing microsite will be made available to the successful applicant) with new design and additional functionalities. The layout will mostly stay the same, we are therefore looking for someone to update the design and implement new interactive features to provide a consistent and integrated experience showcasing the Global Report, and linking to data and information on the IDMC website where appropriate. The agency/contractor can opt for creating a new technical solution based on the current layout and not reuse the existing code, however IDMC will not bear any cost of the extra programming work associated with it. We would like the microsite to be dynamic and eye catching. It should feature the key content provided by IDMC, in a way, which engages the audience, and illustrates the broader phenomenon of internal displacement and the associated challenges. The overall structure should be user friendly and intuitive to both expert audience and the general public. Branding guidelines will be provided. IDMC will provide all the materials for the website including PDF, media pack texts, photos, infographics, graphs and core content for the landing page.
The current microsite is coded in HTML5 with the help of jQuery and some small JS libraries. Maps and graphs are coded in SVG to ensure interactivity.
How to apply:
Please submit your proposals in accordance with the requirements detailed below by email to email@example.com Deadline for submission of quotations is 23:59 PM CET on Friday, 23rd March 2018. Those who do not submit their quotation by this deadline will not be considered.
Your quotation should clearly indicate the following and be made in Swiss Francs;
Organization: Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces
Closing date: 05 Apr 2018
The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) is dedicated to making people and the states they live in more secure. We help countries to develop sound laws, institutions, policies and practices that improve the way the security sector is governed. Good security sector governance – rooted in respect for human rights and the rule of law – is a cornerstone of security and development.
DCAF is a leading global centre of excellence for security sector governance (SSG) and security sector reform (SSR) knowledge and practice. Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, we operate in over 70 countries and have a team of more than 170 international staff.
DCAF’s International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT) provides practical support to the international community in its efforts to improve security and justice, primarily in conflict-affected and fragile states. Established in 2008, it works to increase the capacity of the international community to support SSR processes, to enhance the effectiveness and quality of SSR programming, and to facilitate the coordination and coherence of international assistance for nationally driven SSR processes.
We are a dynamic team working with, and across, world-leading government departments, multilateral institutions and experts in the international security and justice sector development arena. You will compliment an experienced, values-driven professional group from a broad variety of backgrounds.
Today, DCAF-ISSAT is looking for a dynamic and committed individual to be our next:
SSR Officer – (100 %)
Location: Geneva, with frequent international travel
Starting date: As soon as possible
Duration: This is a project funded post, the position will be offered on a one-year contract which can be renewed dependent on performance and availability of funding.
An SSR Officer (SSRO) within DCAF-ISSAT is a professional level, multidisciplinary profile, able to undertake activities related to Advisory Field Support (AFS), professional development and training (PDT), and advocacy & outreach and knowledge (OAK), including the development of operational tools in the area of SSR programme design, assessment and monitoring and evaluation. It is a demanding role with advocacy and outreach aspects to wide-ranging high-level departmental contacts within donor states, their staff overseas, international organisations and partner nations.
DCAF-ISSAT SSROs are part of an in-house network called the “methodology cell”. This body is set up to contribute to the methodological development of DCAF-ISSAT’s mandates and use DCAF-ISSAT’s operational experience to update DACF-ISSAT’s approaches, produce knowledge products and tools and share with the wider community of SSR practitioners.
Reporting to the Head of Advisory Field Support (AFS), the SSRO will work in relation to DCAF-ISSAT’s mandates as well as other activities across all of the service lines.
Key areas of operation:
1. AFS and Training tasks
· Support AFS and/or training mandates, bringing thematic, process and contextual expertise where relevant;
· Support the mandate team leader in planning and preparing the mandate, as well as lead the application of ISSAT methodology to the mandate; and,
· Deploy on mandates as a team member, with responsibility to ensure consistent application of ISSAT methodology.
2. Methodology cell tasks
· Identify and develop the evidence to demonstrate successful SSR in different contexts by supporting and managing ISSAT learning from mandates and knowledge development;
· Translate individual and situational learning into a shared knowledge base within the international community, ensuring that the latest SSR thinking, in addition to the major issues, challenges and patterns are reflected in ISSAT’s OAK material, as well as in its key messages to its Members; and,
· Produce knowledge products, based on experience and analysis from ISSAT mandates and further afield, including through contribution to blog posts, forum responses and other inputs to the ISSAT SSR Community of Practice.
· Minimum of 2-4 years of experience in SSR and/or related international development work;
· Proactive and have demonstrated an ability to work as part of a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team;
· Good communication (verbal and written), and good drafting and presentational skills, as well as the ability to network and liaise effectively with a wide range of potential stakeholders at all levels both within governments and non-governmental and multinational organisations;
· Able to analyse situations quickly and effectively, adapt to rapidly changing circumstances and produce workable solutions to meet customer requirements – SSG/R is a fast developing field and it will be necessary to retain currency in the latest thinking and developments;
· Interest in international relations and development issues, fundamental to the SSR concept, is highly desirable – knowledge of the EU would be an added advantage;
· Masters degree in law, conflict studies, international relations, development, political science, or a related field;
· The team’s operating language is English. Fluency in one or more of French, German, Spanish or Portuguese is an added advantage; and,
· Swiss or EU citizenship, or a valid work permit for Switzerland at the time of application is a pre-requisite.
· a rewarding, dynamic and challenging work experience;
· the chance to be part of a multicultural team of supportive, hardworking and values-driven people; and,
· the chance to contribute to a more secure world.
How to apply:
If you think you are a good match for DCAF and the position advertised, please send your application to ISSATrecruitment@dcaf.ch by 05th April 2018 with the subject heading “APPLICATION SSR Officer”, enclosing:
• a one-page motivational statement in English describing your story and what you can bring to DCAF
• a concise CV (maximum two pages)
DCAF is an equal opportunities employer that considers applications from all qualified candidates.