PROGRAMME MANAGER, SOUTH SUDAN
FOOD SECURITY ADVISOR, SIERRA LEONE

 

PROGRAMME MANAGER, SOUTH SUDAN - Based in Lokichoggio
Grade 3, *£22,617 pa (GBP) *12 month contract * Unaccompanied


As Programme Manager, you will be responsible for the management of the seeds, tools, fishing equipment and preventative health/shelter projects for the region. This is a critical post that will ensure the smooth running of field operations and the effective utilisation of programme resources. You will also play a key role within the Lokichoggio Management Team and will be given the opportunity to drive the development and direction of the programme strategy and to communicate the plan effectively to the operations team.


To succeed in this post you will require significant senior management experience and team management skills gained within a practical emergencies environment. You will be able to demonstrate experience in the planning, implementation and evaluation of resources and have an understanding of how the use of resources impacts on communities and children. You will also possess significant experience in financial monitoring and reporting. Equipped with strong communication/representational skills gained within an environment of community participation, you will posses the ability to work in a pressured, rapidly changing context and be able to display sensitivity to the cultural and military/political environment of South Sudan.
Recruitment and selection procedures and checks reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.


Required From: ASAP Closing Date: 20th June 2001


How to apply:
For further details and a detailed Job description or to download an application form please visit our website at:
http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/vacancies
To apply please send a supporting cover letter and comprehensive CV, clearly stating the name and location of the job you are applying for along with the media reference (SCF/PM/SSUD/EU) in your covering letter. Failure to include all of this information may delay the processing of your application.
Please send it to Overseas Personnel (Emergencies) by e-mail to:
EmergencyVacanciesatscfuk.org.uk , for post, 17 Grove Lane, London, SE5 8RD Great Britain, or fax: 00 44 20 7793 7614.


Please note:
- We do not reply individually to applications. If you have not heard from us within 5 weeks after the closing date you should assume, that we have not short-listed you


FOOD SECURITY ADVISOR, SIERRA LEONE,
GRADE 3, £22,617 pa (GBP), 6 MONTH CONTRACT, UNACCOMPANIED.


Seconded to WFP's Technical Support Unit, your primary responsibility will be to provide technical assistance to food security analysis, by developing tools for monitoring the effectiveness of food aid interventions. This will also involve providing training and ensuring active liaison and collaboration with WFP staff, relevant Committees, UN agencies, INGOs and government counterparts.


To succeed in this role, you will have a formal qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. nutrition, agriculture), a minimum of 5 years experience in food security analysis, including participatory rural appraisal and rapid rural appraisal. You will have an ability to extract, interpret and analyse qualitative and quantitative data, as well as a solid track record of participatory learning methodologies and of nutritional surveys and
analysis. Computer skills and effective communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
Recruitment and selection procedures and checks reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.


Required ASAP. Closing date: 20th June 2001


How to apply:
For further details and a detailed Job description or to download an application form please visit our website at:
http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/vacancies
To apply please send a supporting cover letter and comprehensive CV, clearly stating the name and location of the job you are applying for along with the media reference (SCF/FSEC/SL/EU) in your covering letter. Failure to include all of this information may delay the processing of your application.
Please send it to Overseas Personnel (Emergencies) by e-mail to:
EmergencyVacanciesatscfuk.org.uk , for post, 17 Grove Lane, London, SE5 8RD Great Britain, or fax: 00 44 20 7793 7614.


Please note:
- We do not reply individually to applications. If you have not heard from us within 5 weeks after the closing date you should assume, that we have not short-listed you