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Invitation for Tender: GOAL South Sudan
 
Service required: Invitation for Rental of Transport -TRUCKS

Details: Please see attached Request for Offer and Annex 1 for more  details. 

Vendor Registration and Terms & Conditions are available at the top of this page.

Please indicate reference BID No: JUB-FWA-0010 when submitting your interest

Deadline for Submission: 17:00 GMT, 20th October 2014. 

Thanks for your participation in the process .

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Public Forum / Internet Provider in Juba?
« Last post by mkingwale on Today at 06:15:22 AM »
Hello,

Does anyone have suggestions for a good, reliable, and reasonably priced internet provider for an office of 8-10 people in Juba?

Cheers,
-morganne 
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Job Advertisments / International Medical Corps Advert-Warehouse Coordinator
« Last post by imc on Today at 04:50:00 AM »
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.
International Medical Corps is looking for applications from qualified candidates to fill position of Warehouse Coordinator based in Juba. We offer an attractive salary and benefits package.
 Please see the attached adverts, if you think that you meet the requested criteria, please submit your application.
 
Best regards,
Patrick Zacharia Riruyo
Recruitment Officer

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Background
DanChurchAid (DCA) is an International organization which mainly works with both local and international NGO partners. It is a member of international networks / alliances including churches. DCA has its Headquarters in Copenhagen, and has offices in 16 countries worldwide but supports projects / programmes in at least 25 countries. It seeks to assist the most marginalized populations through its four thematic programme types in South  Sudan, namely; Right to Citizenship, Right to Food, Humanitarian Response and Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA). Advocacy, RBA, LRRD and Gender are its added value strategies in all interventions.
Farm Field Schools
South Sudan’s agricultural extension systems is demanding and faced with huge challenges, such as lack of human resource, difficult working conditions, but most significantly, the paucity of training opportunities and not to mention the weak institutions.  However, the importance of improved and adaptive agricultural extension strategy towards enhancing household food security cannot be overemphasized. Partner staffs competencies to strengthen resources poor farmers’ production skills are required. Improved farming methods among resource poor farmers are  very critical,  in enhancing  community  food security and cannot be overlooked.
DCA is seeking to support its partner’s strategies on farmers’ field schools implementation through a ToT Training consultant. The incumbent is expected to train Partners Extension/ Community workers and/ or mobilisers as well as farmer group representatives.
How to apply:
Firms or individuals interested to apply for this assignment should present a    technical proposal including a detailed financial proposal. Interested qualified applicants should submit applications by  COB on  30th September, 2014 to these  email: jgdu@dca.dk  and copy frbu@dca.dk

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STEWARDWOMEN is a national NGO registered with the Ministry of Justice in South Sudan. Our vision is a South Sudanese society “free from the violations of the human rights of women and children”. Our mission is “to develop, shape and empower South Sudanese women to advocate for polices that foster equal economic opportunity and secure human rights for women and children”. We are searching for preferably a woman who shares our vision and mission to strengthen our legal aid department. Please note that this position is re-advertised with amendments. Previous applicants are advised not to re-submit any application.

Find attached details of the ToR.

Mojule Akile Azuruku
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Dear all,

HEKS is currently looking for a Consultant to carry out a WASH Baseline Survey.

Kind Regards,
Christine
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Job Advertisments / WASH PM Advert
« Last post by tearfund on Today at 01:28:38 AM »
Dear All,

Can you please circulate the attached advert widely.

Thanks,

Stephen Gabra
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Job Advertisments / Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant – Ye, South Sudan
« Last post by womenforwomen on September 13, 2014, 03:14:45 AM »
Women for Women International (WfWI) provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability, self-sufficiency, and active citizenship, thereby promoting viable civil societies. WfWI has an immediate opportunity for Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant for our South Sudan Country Program. The position will be located in Yei.

Working as part of the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) unit in the country office, assists in the collection of data and information from the program participants at designated periods throughout the program cycle, according to established M&E guidelines and standards.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

•   Participate in the per-selection of new program participants and collect and record information as required
•   Assist in the enrollment of women into the program and submit a report of specific observations about the process, highlighting any errors to be corrected in subsequent enrollments
•   Complete the Baseline-Enrolment Forms for all new participants as they enroll in the program
•   Participate in Focus Group Discussions with participants for mid-term training assessment, and submit a report with findings, as well as any pertinent observations about the focus group process
•   Work with women to collect other data and information as needed, for example, case studies, success stories, and ad-hoc information requests from headquarters or sponsors
•   Participate in any monitoring visits, evaluations, impact studies or internal program audits as required
•   Complete Evaluation Forms for all participants as they are finishing their 12-month program cycle and submit a report on each of the evaluated groups of women
•   Complete Graduate Follow-Up Forms for a selected sample of women one and two years after their graduation from the program
•   Work closely with the Life Skills & Sponsorship team and the Income Generation team to capture all relevant data and information from program participants throughout the program cycle
•   Ensure the accuracy and completeness of all forms and other information required
•   Maintain accurate and up-to-date filing system
•   Perform other tasks as assigned by his/her supervisor.


Required Skills & Minimum Qualifications:

•   A minimum of (South) Sudan School Certificate of Education or Ordinary Level of Secondary Education. An Advanced Level Certificate of Secondary Education would be an added advantage.
•   At least two (2) years of relevant work experience, preferably in the NGO sector
•   Knowledge and experience in Electronic Data Collection (EDC) would be an added advantage
•   Good administrative and organizational skills
•   Ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
•   Good inter-personal skills and ability to work in a team
•   Good computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Email
•   Must be attuned to the particular situation and needs of the women in the program so as to communicate effectively and give proper advice
•   Fluency in local language and English required (reading, writing and speaking)
•   This position is open to South Sudan Nationals only.


Application Instructions:
All interested candidates should submit the following application materials: updated CV, cover letter and 3 professional references. Send application to: sosudanjobs@womenforwomen.org. Please put (M &E Assistant) in the Subject line. Application deadline:  September 26, 2014. Due to urgency of the recruitment, applications will be short-listed on a regular basis and we may offer the positions before the closing date.


We do not accept applications sent to our human resources email box or telephone inquiries. Only short listed applicants will be invited to interview. 
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Job Advertisments / ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OFFICER – YEI, SOUTH SUDAN
« Last post by womenforwomen on September 13, 2014, 03:08:08 AM »
Women for Women International (WfWI) provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability, self-sufficiency, and active citizenship, thereby promoting viable civil societies. WfWI has an immediate opportunity for an Economic Empowerment Officer (EEO) for our South Sudan Country Program. The position will be located in Yei.

The Economic Empowerment Officer assists the Economic Empowerment Manager in implementing the economic empowerment strategy and activities in the South Sudan country office and is responsible for overseeing the Numeracy Skills, Business Skills, Cooperative Support, and Vocational Skills Training component of the Women for Women International (WfWI) core program and organizing income generating projects and cooperative training and support with women participants.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Income Generation Training & Support:
•   Ensure that all participants enter and complete the cycle of Numeracy Skills, Business Skills, and Vocational Skills training sessions at designated points in the 12-month core program in accordance with the WfWI Program Framework and Guidelines.
•   In collaboration with the Skills Trainers, create curriculum for chosen technical skills trainings including goals, objectives, expected results, length of the training, frequency of classes, equipment needed for classes, quality and quantity of material needed for training.
•   Oversee the development and maintenance of the class schedules for vocational skills training for all groups of women participants, in close coordination with Life Skills Trainers.
•   Monitor and evaluate the quality of skills training delivered; ensure the highest possible standards of quality training content and methods.
•   Review skills training curriculum to ensure that it is in accordance with market needs.
•   Assist the HR Unit with the recruitment of Skills Trainers by participating in the screening, interviewing and selecting of candidates.
•   Identify market opportunities /carry out market research to identify profitable skills, pricing, costs, sales potential, etc.     
•   Communicate with buyers, artists, entrepreneurs, and other local partners to develop skills and product ideas and opportunities for sale.
•   Develop marketing materials for income generation activities (brochures, flyers, cards, calendars, bags, etc.)

Cooperative Development, Training & Support
•   Coordinate and deliver cooperative training to program participants and selected graduates and ensure that organizational standards and guidelines are met.
•   Provide guidance to selected women's business groups and cooperatives to help them become independent and profitable.
•   Communicate with local leaders or other local partners involved in trainings.
•   Facilitate the sensitization of women to be trained in Cooperatives. 
•   Facilitate the preparation of lessons plans and maintain training schedule.
•   Provide ongoing consultation and advice to existing cooperatives. 

Village Savings and Lending Associations and Feasibility Market Assessment Training Support:
•   Develop a plan and train trainers on doing a feasibility study for starting or reviewing a business
•   Implement a Village Saving and Lending Association (VSLA) model to women groups

Cross-cutting:
•   Maintain up to date and accurate records of all IG activities and provide regular reports to Supervisor, Regional Cooperative Specialist, and HQ, as needed.
•   Collaborate with the M&E Unit to ensure the collection of monitoring and evaluation data for the IG department according to established guidelines.
•   Supervise Skills Trainers, providing support, training and coaching as needed. Follow the WfWI Performance Management Framework with each direct report to set annual performance objectives and development plans, complete the annual  performance appraisal, and conduct regular 1:1 meetings to review progress throughout the year.
Perform other tasks as assigned by his/her supervisor.


Required Skills & Minimum Qualifications:
•   Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics or relevant field.  (Note: Minimum 5 years work experience may be considered in lieu of academic degree.)
•   At least 3 years of relevant work experience; private sector and NGO experience desirable.
•   Ability to understand the needs of Women for Women International’s target clients and align programming accordingly.
•   Significant understanding of cooperative development in South Sudan.
•   Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills.
•   Ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently.
•   Knowledge and experience in training and facilitating.
•   Knowledge of basic production processes and principles of quality control.
•   Knowledge of basic costing and profit and loss accounting and invoicing.
•   Good inter-personal skills and ability to lead and work in a team.
•   Ability to work with minimum supervision and under pressure to meet deadlines.
•   Fluency in English and local language required (written and spoken).
•   Strong computer skills in MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Email applications.
•   This position is open to South Sudan Nationals only.


Application Instructions:
All interested candidates should submit the following application materials: updated CV, cover letter and 3 professional references. Send application to: sosudanjobs@womenforwomen.org. Please put (P&LO) in the Subject line. Application deadline:  September 26, 2014. Due to urgency of the recruitment, applications will be short-listed on a regular basis and we may offer the positions before the closing date.


We do not accept applications sent to our human resources email box or telephone inquiries. Only short listed applicants will be invited to interview. 
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Job Advertisments / HUMAN RESOURCES & ADMINISTRATION OFFICER – YEI, SOUTH SUDAN
« Last post by womenforwomen on September 13, 2014, 03:05:40 AM »
Women for Women International (WfWI) provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability, self-sufficiency, and active citizenship, thereby promoting viable civil societies. WfWI has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Human Resources & Administration Officer (HR&AO) for our South Sudan Country Program. The position will be located in Yei.

The Human Resources & Administration Officer (HR&AO) is responsible for ensuring that Women for Women International – South Sudan human resources and administration needs are met and carried out in accordance with organizational guidelines and procedures. The HR&AO support recruitment, compensation and benefits administration, time management, performance management, employee relations, staff training and development, and human resources records & retention activities for the Country Office.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Human Resources
1.   Responsible for a recruitment process for regular and contractor staff that complies with WfWI policies as well as applicable national laws and regulations.   
2.   Manage the new hire orientation process to ensure that all new hire documentation is completed and processed and that all new staff is well briefed on country office policies, procedures and ways of working.
3.   Responsible for new staff probation tracking and working with Line Manager to conduct probation evaluation and ensure that required documentation is completed and filed.
4.   Support the coordination and implementation of annual performance reviews, ensuring that each employee receives the required review and documentation is placed in employee files.
5.   Support the Associate Director, Regional HR to conduct evaluation of employee training and development needs to inform planning for staff training and development.
6.   Oversee the exit interview process for employees leaving the organization and evaluate the data collected from this activity for retention purposes.
7.   Review proposed salary decisions for both regular staff and contractors; seek reviews from the Associate Director, Regional HR, and make recommendations to Senior Management based on Country Office compensation guidelines.
8.   Support staff compensation and benefits administration ensuring internal equity and compliance with organizational policies and applicable laws. Support bi-annual compensation and benefits surveys as directed by the Associate Director, Regional HR.
9.   Responsible for tracking new staff enrollment to insurance carriers and advising the vendor on staff to be dropped from the insurance plans upon separation.
10.   Oversee employee leave administration and personnel filing. Work with the Country Director and Associate Director, Regional HR, and other senior management staff to resolve employee relations issues pragmatically.
11.   Coordinate with Finance the preparation of monthly Payroll, ensuring that all staff changes are correctly noted and compliance with national tax and labour regulations.
12.   Coordinate with Finance to manage timesheets for the office, ensuring timely submission, approval, accuracy, and filing.
13.   Prepare internal communications regarding any relevant HR issues such as changes to the Employee Handbook, compensation, benefits, or new policy releases. 

Administration
1.   Responsible for travel and hotel arrangements for staff and visitors, including visas and work permits as applicable.
2.   Manage the office general telephone line, mail and courier services.
3.   Ensure that office supplies and materials are available and replenished as needed.
4.   Maintain general office forms and assist staff with completion as required.
5.   Responsible for maintaining in an accurate, organized manner the core files of the country office, in both soft and hard copies. Archive files as/when necessary.
6.   Take minutes of meetings and prepare letters and other documents as requested.
7.   Provide administrative support for workshops and meetings, to ensure booking of venue and availability of all materials and equipment required.
8.   Schedules use of conference room and assist in set- up for all staff meetings.
9.   Prepare WfWI employee ID cards.
10.   Support the Country Director to ensure that all NGO Registration and other legal requirements are completed in a timely manner.
11.   Manage all tenancy agreements for WfWI office, guest house, and training centers.
12.   Ensure that physical facilities of WfWI South Sudan office are well maintained.

Personnel Management:
1.   Performance manage direct reports in line with WfWI’s performance management framework, including the setting of annual performance objectives, development plans, performance appraisal and regular 1:1 meetings regarding progress throughout the year.
2.   Provide coaching, mentoring and on-the-job training to subordinates.
Perform other tasks as assigned by his/her supervisor.


Required Skills & Minimum Qualifications:
•   Minimum bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or related discipline.
•   Technical qualifications in area of specialization
•   At least three (3) years of relevant work experience in the field of human resources.
•   Must be familiar with country specific labor laws and regulations governing Human Resources.
•   Ability to work with managers to assess complex issues pragmatically.
•   Ability to define problems, establish facts, analyze situations and makes decisions.
•   Ability to summarize complex data and effectively present information.
•   Excellent written and verbal English, and local language skills.
•   Strong interpersonal communication skills.
•   Ability to interact with and lead employees at various levels. 
•   Strong understanding of confidentiality as it relates to Human Resources. 
•   Proficient in MS Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook, and email applications.

Application Instructions:
All interested candidates should submit the following application materials: updated CV, cover letter and 3 professional references. Send application to: sosudanjobs@womenforwomen.org. Please put (HR&AO) in the Subject line. Application deadline:  September 26, 2014. Due to urgency of the recruitment, applications will be short-listed on a regular basis and we may offer the positions before the closing date.


We do not accept applications sent to our human resources email box or telephone inquiries. Only short listed applicants will be invited to interview. 
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