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European Parliament finally scrutinizes flawed G8 “food security” initiative

Oxfam EU blog - 4 December 2015 - 16:53

Good intentions but poor execution: while small-scale farming is a key model for improving food security and a more sustainable economy in Africa, the implementation of an EU-backed aid initiative is prioritizing the interests of big business in ways that can undermine the livelihoods of local communities. The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition is now in its third year and is finally being scrutinised by the European Parliament. It is high time to fundamentally revise or reject this skewed development scheme which is co-financed by the European Union.

In 2012, G8 leaders announced the launch of the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition. This program’s stated aim is to tap the development potential of private-sector led growth in the agricultural sector by encouraging investment to promote inclusive pro-poor growth. The promise of the New Alliance is that this market-based approach could lift 50 million people out of poverty in its ten partner countries in Africa.

The scheme’s rationale is that its incentive for private investment will foster public-private partnerships in agriculture, which are set to increase production and market opportunities, thereby improving food security and reducing poverty. Under the New Alliance, African governments have promised substantial policy changes in the areas of land, trade policy, taxation, and seed laws, among others. A problem arises however, when these policies threaten to radically shift the power balance away from local communities and over to private interests, including multinational companies.

The European Parliament has recently taken action. In an important hearing on 1 December, the Parliament’s Committee on Development (DEVE) focussed on the detrimental effects which the New Alliance has on farming communities. Yet this hearing came only after extensive mobilisation earlier this year, when over 100 farmers’ organisations, social movements, and civil society groups from around the world called on G8 and African governments to withdraw their support for the New Alliance.

During the hearing, findings of a new report commissioned by the DEVE committee were presented. The research, completed by former UN Special Rapporteur on Right to Food Professor Olivier de Schutter, concludes that the G8 and EU-backed aid initiative is “seriously deficient”. Among other aspects, the report criticises the scheme’s disregard of the “need to favour a shift to low input, sustainable agriculture.” The report also underlines the inherent risks which the initiative in its current form bears for small scale food producers in developing countries: policies passed under the scheme seriously risk facilitating land grabbing. If seed policy reforms are enacted seed privatisation will accelerate, marginalizing local seed systems and undermining locally adapted varieties.

The conclusions of this report add onto the findings of an audit by the United Kingdom’s Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) from early 2015. It singled out the New Alliance as being particularly ineffective. The audit suggested that the 600 million pounds which the UK had poured into the scheme were effectively subsidising the PR campaigns of the large firms involved. This raises serious questions about EU development aid as well.

The hearing at the beginning of December formed an excellent starting point for the European Parliament and the European Commission to comprehensively revise the EU’s commitment in the New Alliance. The Parliament is now proceeding to draft a follow-up report in which it will clarify its position on the New Alliance, and its expectations on the European Commission. Further debate on these issues is expected to take place in the Parliament in February 2016.

It is important that the European Union finally scrutinizes the scheme, to which it contributes 1,2 billion euros. Additional funding has also been provided by EU member states: as G8 members, Germany, France, Italy and the UK have all co-funded the scheme, underscoring the need to ensure this EU aid money is well spent.

While private sector-led growth can play a significant role in complementing traditional development programs in the agricultural sector, the shortcomings of the New Alliance show that such schemes must observe the highest standards of transparency along with environmental, social and human rights safeguards.

Family farmers grow the biggest share of agricultural produce across Africa, feeding over a billion people on the continent. The communities which they cater depend on the locally-produced, affordable food, and many families rely on the income they generate through farming. Empowering small-scale farmers and supporting their efficient and environmentally sustainable approaches to agricultural production is the long-term solution to reducing hunger and poverty, and is therefore placed at the heart of EU’s own policy framework for food security.

However, unless the EU successfully works towards realigning the New Alliance with its own sustainable, inclusive approach to food security, it not only contradicts itself but seriously risks pitting small-scale producers against big agriculture corporations. As illustrated by earlier research, policy changes proposed or adopted under the scheme are likely to benefit large companies while side-lining the rights of local communities and threatening their livelihoods. As a consequence, local communities across the initiative’s ten partner countries potentially face deepening inequality and significant environmental degradation.

The New Alliance and other public-private partnerships should promote the development of local small and medium-sized enterprises – not just on paper but in practice. Inclusive agricultural development in Africa fundamentally depends on the equal involvement of small-scale producer cooperatives, women’s organizations and civil society groups in the design of policies which concern their livelihoods. Power imbalances between these local actors and large companies need to be sufficiently considered when shaping public-private partnerships. Only this way such schemes achieve concrete, positive outcomes for smallholders.

In 2014, Oxfam stepped down from the Leadership Council of the New Alliance, after its calls for significant improvement of transparency and accountability of the initiative went largely unheeded. Without proper accountability mechanisms and safeguards protecting small-scale farmers, large-scale private sector investments facilitated through public-private partnerships such as the New Alliance will not work to deliver positive outcomes on rural development and food security. In its current form, the New Alliance needs to be either radically reformed or discontinued. The European Union should take a lead in overhauling the initiative to ensure it contributes to poverty reduction and benefits smallholder farmers who play a central role in both Africa’s agricultural landscape and the global food system.

 

By Hanna Saarinen, Oxfam EU Policy Advisor for Investment in Agriculture

Senior Bid Developer (INT2074)

Oxfam Great Britain - 4 December 2015 - 16:32
Region: United Kingdom, Division: International, Job Type: Open endedOxfam is seeking an experienced Bid Developer to join their team based in Oxford.

 

Oxfam has adopted an ambitious new resource mobilisation strategy to grow and diversify its income, while also building new strategic donor partnerships to 2020. To help achieve this vision, Oxfam is currently seeking to enhance its existing team of specialists within the Programme Funding Department who lead on the development of grants and tenders at a national, regional and international level.

 

This role will be leading responses to commercially tendered opportunities that are complex, high-value, global and/or country funded - responsible for managing opportunities from start to finish, including capture planning and opportunity appraisal (bid/nobid). Will support Oxfam programme staff develop effective proposals across all Oxfam's...

Bid Developer (INT2074)

Oxfam Great Britain - 4 December 2015 - 16:32
Region: United Kingdom, Division: International, Job Type: Open endedOxfam is seeking an experienced Bid Developer to join their team based in Oxford.

 

Oxfam has adopted an ambitious new resource mobilisation strategy to grow and diversify its income, while also building new strategic donor partnerships to 2020. To help achieve this vision, Oxfam is currently seeking to enhance its existing team of specialists within the Programme Funding Department who lead on the development of grants and tenders at a national, regional and international level.

 

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Oxfam Great Britain - 4 December 2015 - 14:46
Region: United Kingdom, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to programme impact, relevance and effectiveness in cutting edge, large scale, global programmes? Do you have strong technical competence in programme quality, programme management theory and practice?  Do you have a trackrecord of effectively training, facilitating, coaching and accompanying programme staff from a range of diverse backgrounds and experience levels?  Do you have strong operational management ability and a clear focus on results?

 

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Change Manager (INT2069)

Oxfam Great Britain - 4 December 2015 - 3:03
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Location: Bangkok, Thailand (Asia Regional Centre)

 

Length of Contract: Fixed-term 6 months

 

Type of Post: C1

 

Salary: Competitive

 

Benefits: Bonus, provident fund, medical, life and travel insurance cover, 20+ annual leave days

 

 

Why this is an exciting time for Asia

 

Oxfam’s vision 2020 has brought in a new strategic direction and priorities to help shape and strengthen our influence as a global leader in the development sector. Oxfam Great Britain (OGB) and its massive presence in the Asia Region has begun to transform the way we deliver the mission of Oxfam and the way we are organized in order to realize the full impact of what Oxfam in...

FLYING EMERGENCY FOOD SECURITY SPECIALIST (Barcelona)

Oxfam Intermón - 3 December 2015 - 20:00
Tipo  Plantilla Reference  81/15-16 Oficina  Barcelona

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Responsabilities 

Oxfam is looking to fill the position of Flying Humanitarian Food Security & Vulnerable Livelihoods specialist (Humanitarian Support Personnel-HSP EFSVL- Response and Resilience Team-RRT-) for the Oxfam Single Humanitarian Unit (SHU).The SHU supports countries and regions in their response to crises and supports them in emergency preparedness to become more resilient to future shocks and stresses.
The flying EFSVL specialist will join a new, dynamic, experienced, multi-sectorial team connected to global Oxfam network, and report directly to the EFSVL global Adviser. EFSVL specialists are responsible for providing strategic leadership, ensuring the quality of programme delivery, influencing and coordinating with other organisations, and disseminating good practice within Oxfam and externally.
The position aims to improve our reactivity and humanitarian capacity in case emergency, the position aims to improve the quality of implementation of field work and to strength the thematic development capacity of the Food security and Livelihood unit
The post holder will undertake a series of deployments in a variety of contexts : first phase emergency response, support DRR and contingency planning activities, team support/trainings , filling gaps, scale up of country programmes to meet the needs of evolving slow onset crises, or influencing governments on EFSVL issues, working with resilience approach .
This position is one of the flying EFSVL in a global emergency food security and livelihood team. The work may include in an immediate emergency stage, the assessment of the situation and in later stages the implementation of programming to alleviate the situation of the people affected by the emergency. The post holder can expect to spend almost all their working time on deployment (80% of time), with short periods in HQs or at their home base between deployments. As a flying humanitarian resource, the person may be called worldwide. The position will join a small and enthusiastic humanitarian team based in Barcelona working under the management of the Oxfam SHU.

Key responsibilities
Specific areas of responsibility are:
•To lead the delivery and ensure the quality of Oxfam's humanitarian EFSVL design, management, implementation, strategy
•To support countries and regions respond to category 1 and 2 humanitarian responses
•To support country teams to build their humanitarian capacity
•To lead and coordinate the representation of Oxfam in humanitarian bodies, processes and debates
•To track humanitarian information, learning and knowledge developed in responses and ensure these are actively shared internally and externally.

Your role will be to enable communities to become more resilient to future shocks by building and supporting the capacity of the organisation to respond effectively and rapidly to humanitarian emergencies throughout the world. Roles range across strategy development and coordination, establishing programming, capacity building local teams and disseminating good practice within Oxfam and externally, influencing and coordination with other stakeholders.

Profile required 

•Post-graduate degree in relevant discipline (ex. Economics, Social Science, Agricultural science).
•5 years professional experience in the field with international NGO for food security and livelihood programmes, including 2 years in emergency contexts.
•Ability to deploy at short notice to areas affected by crisis and support the rapid scale up of humanitarian programmes to meet life saving needs of affected people.
•Knowledge and experience of emergency food security and livelihoods, including in assessment, analysis, and program design; technical standards and best practices; and in at least one core thematic areas including cash-transfer and market-based programming, social protection and/or resilience; agriculture and livestock; food aid; and/or nutrition; preparedness and early warning.
•Demonstrate Oxfam values and behavioural competencies.
•Management skills: demonstrate management competencies, of international and multi-cultural teams, in difficult and stressful environments
•Behavioural skills: demonstrate competencies around “listening and creating dialogue” and “working with others” as well as networking skills.
•Understanding and experience in gender dynamics, social protection.
•Experience of programming in rural and urban contexts.
•Spoken and written English, French and Spanish.

Conditions 

Contract: Contract for 1 year.
Annual gross salary: HAY 10 (32.829 Euros). Expenses paid or per diem during missions
Social benefits: Medical, life and accident insurance.
Working place: Barcelona or home based position - It is estimated that 80% of the time is spent on the field.
Incorporation: As soon as possible.
How to apply
Send your CV and motivation letter to humanitarianstaff@oxfamintermon.org
Please put the reference that corresponds in the subject box of the email: ref. 81/15-16
Deadline 18/12/2015. Oxfam reserves the right to extend this period to the 31/01/2016 if it considers it necessary.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Oxfam is committed to the principle of equity, diversity and inclusiveness.

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Consultancy - Policy briefs on NHIF health scheme, and NSSF and RBA pension schemes (INT2071)

Oxfam Great Britain - 3 December 2015 - 15:39
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: ConsultancyBackground

Oxfam Great Britain (GB) is a development, humanitarian, and campaigning organisation that works to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering. Oxfam GB has been working in Kenya since 1963 and currently has two major programmes in the Urban, and Arid and Semi Arid Lands (ASALS) where the organization works on empowerment of the poor and vulnerable groups.

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Oxfam Great Britain - 3 December 2015 - 15:04
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: ConsultancyBackground

 

Oxfam in partnership with National Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE) and SITE Enterprise Promotion have received financial support from the European Commission to implement a four years project for the benefit of poor and vulnerable women domestic workers and small scale traders in Nairobi City’s slums. The aims of this project are to strengthen socio-economic status of the target groups through empowerment with the relevant skills, strategic linkages and advocacy among others. This project will be implemented in partnership with diverse stakeholders, both state and non-state, in order to effectively and sustainably address the challenges that affect the target groups such as low and unreliable incomes, poor negotiation skills, overworking, lack of favorable policy environment, harassments, extortion, arbitrary arrests and sexual...

Trainee - Campaigns, Policy & Influencing (11 month position) (CAP0180)

Oxfam Great Britain - 3 December 2015 - 13:43
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Campaigns, Policy & Influencing, Job Type: Fixed Term We will start accepting applications for this position on 16th December.

As a trainee in Oxfam’s Campaigns, Policy & Influencing Team you’ll bring fresh ideas and new ways of thinking to our work to influence people, governments, and other decision makers, to help end poverty and suffering.  You’ll support the work of our team and carry out your own small projects and assignments.  In return, you will receive comprehensive training and support to build your knowledge and skills, as well as valuable experience working in a globally-respected charity.

 

This role is unique in that you don’t need to have any previous experience of working in a charity. The trainee scheme is designed for people from of all walks of life who...

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Oxfam Great Britain - 3 December 2015 - 6:32
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Job:  Public Finance Mobilization Project Officer

 

Contract:  Fixed term

 

Job purpose:  To work with the EJ Programme Manager in the development and delivery of Oxfam’s economic justice advocacy agenda and campaign plan in the Philippines, with a particular focus on mobilizing public finance for adaptation and risk reduction and related issues, and to take responsibility for implementing the same.

 

The Role:  Draws from a variety of information sources to inform decision.Provide policy and campaigns advice on public climate finance mobilization and related Economic Justice advocacy issues across the organization.Required to make sound judgements within agreed processes and using good understanding of the team and the facilities of the team in order to solve problems of a varied...

EFSVL (Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods) Coordinator - Readvertiment (INT1805)

Oxfam Great Britain - 3 December 2015 - 3:54
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Oxfam is one of the world's leading International Humanitarian Agencies, assisting people affected by poverty, natural disasters and conflict throughout the world. With over 5,000 staff and dedicated volunteers in more than 90 countries, Oxfam is able to achieve the greatest impact to alleviate poverty and suffering through combining emergency response work, long-term development programmes, and campaigning for lasting change.

 

Oxfam has been working in Nepal since the 1980s, addressing the poverty and injustice faced by women and other socially excluded groups. Since April 25, 2015 Oxfam is also responding for the Earthquake crisis. It is a challenging environment in which to work but Oxfam’s global influencing experience is its strength.

 

We know our policy goals and with a...

Independent Evaluation: Empowering Civil Society Networks in an Unequal, Multi-Polar World (INT2067)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 December 2015 - 18:37
Region: LAC, Division: International, Job Type: ConsultancyLocation: Consultant may be based in home country and travel to program countries (Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, India, China, South Africa, Mexico). The Global Program Unit is in Mexico City.
Start Date: Immediate - Interviews will be conducted before the closing date on a rolling basis
Finish Date: Early April

 

The Empowering Civil Society Networks in an Unequal Multi-Polar World program (ECSN-BRICSAM) project reaches its funding completion March 31 2016. Over the last 3 years the program strengthened the collective capacity of multi-thematic civil society organization (CSO) networks across Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China, South Africa and Mexico (collectively referred to as BRICSAM countries).

 

Key Outputs:

i. Final evaluation report capturing strategic process against objectives and activities detailed...

Shop Manager (Lower Parkstone, Poole) (TRD0643)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 December 2015 - 15:53
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Fixed Term Hours:  30 Per Week

Contract: fixed term, 8 months

Salary: £14,017 per annum

Interviews: 8 January 2016

 

Shop Manager

OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

TRADING PURPOSE: To make as much money as possible to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

 

Open for business since 1948, Oxfam shops are at the heart of the charity and their community, raising vital funds and increasing public awareness of what we do. They are always guided by our values of empowerment, accountability and inclusiveness and focussed on making as much money as possible. Shop teams are the heart of our shops and 22,000 volunteers donate their diverse...

Deputy Shop Manager (Poole) (TRD0642)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 December 2015 - 15:38
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 18 per week

Contract: Open-Ended

Salary: £7630 per annum

Interviews: 7 January 2016

 

 

Deputy Shop Manager

OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

TRADING PURPOSE: To make as much money as possible to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

Open for business since 1948, Oxfam shops are at the heart of the charity and their community, raising vital funds and increasing public awareness of what we do. They are always guided by our values of empowerment, accountability and inclusiveness and focussed on making as much money as possible. Shop teams are the heart of our shops and 22,000 volunteers donate their diverse skills...

Deputy Shop Manager (Oxted & Purley) (TRD0641)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 December 2015 - 15:16
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Fixed Term Hours: 18 per week

Contract: Fixed Terms (6 Months)

Salary: £7,630 + £769 Outer London Allowance + £270 Hotspot Allowance = £8,669 per annum

Interviews: To Be Confirmed

Additional information: The working hours will be 12 hours in the Purley shop + 6 hours in Oxted shop. Total hours are 18 per week.

 

 

Deputy Shop Manager

OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

TRADING PURPOSE: To make as much money as possible to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

Open for business since 1948, Oxfam shops are at the heart of the charity and their community, raising vital funds and increasing public awareness...

Logistics Officer (INT2063)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 December 2015 - 7:42
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term This role performs support function in logistics area specifically on procurement and warehousing in Tacloban. Ensure efficient logistics and procurement support services to facilitate effective programme implementation of Oxfam activities under TRIP II (Tacloban Resettlement Integrated Programme II). Specifically, contribute and support to building the resilience of resettlement areas in the realization of durable solutions for internally displaced families and individuals in Tacloban City as they move through resettlement processes.

Shop Manager (Barnard Castle) (TRD0639)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 December 2015 - 14:51
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 24 per week

Contract: open ended

Salary: £10,774 per annum

Interviews: 22 December 2015

 

 

 

Shop Manager

OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

TRADING PURPOSE: To make as much money as possible to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

 

Open for business since 1948, Oxfam shops are at the heart of the charity and their community, raising vital funds and increasing public awareness of what we do. They are always guided by our values of empowerment, accountability and inclusiveness and focussed on making as much money as possible. Shop teams are the heart of our shops and 22,000 volunteers...

Senior Policy Advisor

Oxfam New Zealand - 1 December 2015 - 6:14

Make a change for a better world

An exciting opportunity has become available for a talented professional with strong advocacy, research, and policy writing skills to join Oxfam New Zealand’s (ONZ) Advocacy & Campaigns team. 

WASH MANAGER francophone (Burkina Faso)

Oxfam Intermón - 30 November 2015 - 20:00
Tipo  Plantilla Renvoi  79/15-16 Oficina  Burkina Faso

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Responsabilités 

Nous recherchons un responsable de programme Wash pour notre mission au Burkina Faso,. Placé sous la supervision directe du Responsable Programme Action Humanitaire d’Oxfam et sous la responsabilité fonctionnelle du WASH Advisor du Siège, il devra assurer la cohérence et la qualité des programmes WASH dans le pays.

Contexte
Crises majeures qui se reproduisent de manière cyclique notamment les sécheresses, les inondations, les crises acridiennes, les épidémies (cholera, Ebola). A ceci s’ajoutent, les mouvements de population dû à une insécurité sous régionale (réfugiés et IDPs notamment avec le conflit du Nord Mali) ce qui engendre des graves conséquences sur la sécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition des populations affectées par ces chocs externes. Face aux conséquences humanitaires, OXFAM a développé une stratégie humanitaire et une stratégie WASH dans lesquels les projets WASH sont mis en œuvre.

Objectif du poste:
Le Wash Manager devra assurer la cohérence et la qualité des programmes WASH dans le pays. Il est chargé de la supervision des équipes opérationnelles affectées à son programme. Il est le garant de la bonne exécution et de la qualité du programme mis en œuvre, et le cas échéant, propose des ajustements ou des développements pour en garantir la pertinence.

Responsabilités:
Suivi évaluation de la situation humanitaire
Assurer le suivi de la situation Epidémiologique/Crises Naturelles/Conflits du pays/région ;
Identifier les besoins pour la formulation de projets ;
Contribuer à l’actualisation du plan de contingence ;
Contribuer à l’analyse du contexte sécuritaire.
Développement et mise en œuvre des programmes
Assurer la finalisation de la capitalisation des réponses réalisées ;
Assurer la qualité des projets WaSH en veillant au respect des standards OXFAM ;
Renforcer les piliers de la WaSH in Nutrition ;
Accompagner l’intégration dans les programmes de la Gestion Intégrée des Ressources Hydriques.
Coordination
Coordonner avec les autres acteurs la mise en œuvre des réponses WASH ;
Assurer une démarche de synergie entre les équipes WaSH et les équipes de Sécurité Alimentaire (à travers la connaissance de la MESA-WaSH)
Formulation et rapportage
Elaborer des Rapport mensuels d’activités (et Sitrep)
Rédiger les rapports pour OXFAM et les bailleurs ;
Assurer le suivi et l’exécution budgétaire des projets.
Renforcement des capacités
Assurer l’accompagnement des équipes / partenaires, avec un planning de renforcement des capacités.
Evaluer les capacités des partenaires et contribuer à identifier des partenaires potentiels possibles ;
Assurer les de réponse humanitaires WaSH dans le pays et la mise en œuvre du plan de préparation.

Profil requis 

Diplôme universitaire de niveau minimum BAC + 4 dans l’un des domaines suivants : Ingénierie, spécialités Hydrogéologie, Environnement (ou autres études d'ingénierie en coopération et/ou aide humanitaire).
Expérience minimum de 5 ans à des postes similaires dans des programmes humanitaires Wash, au niveau Sécheresses (Intégration WaSH-SA) et Epidémies.
Bonne connaissance du milieu des ONG, de la gestion du cycle de projet / approche cadre logique.
Expérience spécialisée dans les programmes humanitaires de l’eau, l’assainissement et l’hygiène et leurs inter-connectivités avec les facteurs de sécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition.
Expérience, au niveau de l’exécution d’une stratégie de programmation, dans un contexte difficile.
Capacité à gérer l’élaboration d’une analyse de haut niveau des facteurs entraînant la pauvreté, la marginalisation et la vulnérabilité dans les pays en développement, et de contribuer à cette analyse. Expérience dans l’élaboration et la gestion des budgets associés aux contrats avec les donateurs et partenaires.
Expérience en gestion d’équipes, parfois à distance, opérant dans un contexte d’ONGI ;
Connaissance de l’hydraulique villageoise/ hydrogéologie, intérêt pour les solutions innovatrices ;
Avoir une expérience d’au moins deux (2) ans sur un projet programme humanitaire;
Avoir travaillé au moins un an dans le Sahel (Mauritanie, Mali, Tchad, Burkina Faso, Niger).
Bonne maîtrise des programmes informatique Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook etc.
Maitrise du français

Conditions 

Contrat à durée déterminée
Niveau Hay : 10
Pays et lieu de travail : Burkina Faso / Ouagadougou avec des déplacements sur le terrain
Date de début : ASAP
Date de fin: 31 mars 2015

Comment postuler ?
Les personnes intéressées peuvent envoyer leur curriculum vitae, lettre de motivation à humanitarianstaff@IntermonOxfam.org, en indiquant la référence 79/15-16.
La date de clôture pour les dépôts des dossiers de candidature est fixée au 10 décembre 2015. Oxfam Intermón se réserve le droit de modifier cette date si nécessaire. Seuls les candidats présélectionnés seront contactés.
Intermón Oxfam applique toujours le principe de l’égalité des chances entre femmes et hommes pour tous les postes de travail.

Idioma  FR

Ingenieur Formateur (INT2062)

Oxfam Great Britain - 30 November 2015 - 16:55
Region: LAC, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term INTITULÉ DU POSTE: Ingénieur civil, Formateur

LOCALISATION: Haïti, Croix-Desprez

FAMILLE: Programme

SALAIRE: 32,366.00 USD

NIVEAU: D1

CONTRAT: Durée déterminée  

 

 OBJECTIFS DU PROJET PARAD : Ce projet a pour objectif général de « Contribuer au retour des populations déplacées dans leur quartier d’origine, en cohérence avec la Politique nationale du logement, de l’habitat et du développement urbain»,  et pour objectif spécifique d’ « Appuyer  les habitants de la zone de Desprez dans l’amélioration durable de leur cadre et conditions de vie ».

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