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Field Service Engineer (Banks) (Batley) (TRD1314)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 15:32
Region: Waste & Recycling, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedJOB FAMILY:         

Property and Logistics

  

DEPARTMENT:         

Wastesaver          

                           

LOCATION:         

Batley                                                      

 

SALARY:         

Min £24000

O/T £12.80 hour rate        

 

LEVEL:       D

 

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

  

TEAMS PURPOSE:

To process surplus textiles to maximise the income generated from donated goods.

  

JOB PURPOSE:         

To Repair / Service / Maintain the portfolio of the Oxfam Donation Banks Nationwide 

 

REPORTING LINES:         

Postholder reports to: Clothing Bank...

Financial Reporting Accountant (FIN0297)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 11:46
Region: Finance & Info Systems, Division: Finance & IS, Job Type: Open endedDo you have strong accounting and financial management experience?

 

Do you have experience of planning, reporting and financial analysis?

 

If so, we would like to hear from you.

 

Oxfam is currently looking for a highly skilled accountant to support us in reporting on our International Programme. This will have a particular focus on identifying and communicating risks and issues to senior management in a changing environment where much will depend on building collaborative relationships with country and regional staff in Oxfam GB and in affiliates.

 

In addition to leading on reporting, this post will also actively support the Finance Controller (Analysis & Reporting) with the planning and year-end processes.

 

This is...

Graphic Designer (COM0151)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 11:31
Region: Content Development & Delivery, Division: Communications, Job Type: Fixed Term Oxfam Purpose

 

To end the injustice of poverty for everyone

 

 

Team Purpose

 

From emergency appeals to media stunts, festival campaigns to fun run, we inspire and move people to give their money, time, and action – to do whatever they can – to help end poverty with Oxfam. Specialists in creative concepts, storytelling and visual communication, we write, design, build, craft, collaborate on, and come up with multi-channel ideas that turn the complex issues we work on into simple, emotive, world-changing communications.

 

 

Job Purpose

 

To deliver high-quality creative ideas, graphic design and consultancy as part of Oxfam’s creative and content team.

 

 

Media and Communication Officer-National Role (INT3481)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 10:36
Region: MECIS, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role

To maximise coverage of Oxfam’s programme and campaign messages in Lebanon by supporting the development and delivery of effective information and communication material contributing to Oxfam’s overall influencing strategy in Lebanon.

 

About the MECIS Region

 

The Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS) region implements and manages programmes in Yemen, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Russia, Tajikistan, Armenia, and Georgia.

Programmes within the MECIS region reflect Oxfam’s approach to work across the globe. We support self-reliance, not dependency, and to complement our work on the ground we strive to secure lasting change through our campaigning.

We also put women at the heart of all we do. The majority of people living in...

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Officer-National Role (INT3480)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 10:29
Region: MECIS, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role

Under guidance of the Oxfam Lebanon PMEAL coordinator, provide technical support and tools to Oxfam Lebanon’s programmes, ensuring effective, coordinated MEAL systems to drive programme quality and implementation. The MEAL Officer will support the development and implementation of a systematic approach to MEAL, ensuring that Oxfam and partner teams are able to effectively track outputs and outcomes and manage data effectively for reporting and learning purposes, as well as ensure programmes are in line with Oxfam minimum standards.

 

About the MECIS Region

The Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS) region implements and manages programmes in Yemen, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Russia, Tajikistan, Armenia, and Georgia.

Programmes within the MECIS region reflect Oxfam’s approach...

Five findings of the EU auditors on the migration ‘hotspots’ that must not go unnoticed

Oxfam EU blog - 9 mayo 2017 - 9:30

By Raphael Shilhav, Oxfam EU migration policy advisor

The EU’s ‘hotspots’ for migrants arriving in Italy and Greece place people at risk. That is one of the findings of a report by the European Court of Auditors last week. ‘Hotspots’ are a key pillar of the EU’s migration response, aiming at helping Greece and Italy deal with large numbers of migrants arriving on their shores. But since the ‘hotspots’ were set up in 2015, people have been forced to live in inadequate conditions, children have been held in restrictive and unsafe accommodation, and management has been lacking.

A closer look at the 47 pages of the report exposes five flaws in the EU’s migration response that should not go unnoticed.

1. EU auditors found “overcrowded” camps, migrants “sleeping rough”, and “scant access to basic services”

According to the Court of Auditors, hotspots are seriously overcrowded, particularly on the Greek islands of Lesvos, Chios and Samos. People are fleeing from the camps, because they don’t have sufficient access to water and there are too few doctors to provide adequate health care. People also didn’t feel safe in the hotspots since fights often break out in the camps. Many of these people ended up sleeping on the streets outside the hotspots.

The appalling situation in hotspots is also documented by NGOs, who have reported that people in the hotspots have been exposed to degrading conditions and had their rights denied. More than 2,000 people were forced to sleep in barely heated tents during the freezing winter.

2. Children held for months in “inappropriate conditions” against international laws and standards, the auditors say

The auditors raised serious concerns about the situation of unaccompanied children in hotspots. In most hotspots children were confined either to fenced areas, or accommodated without protection from adults, exposing them to the risk of abuse.

Children were held for three months or more closed in behind fences in the Moria hotspot after it was converted to a de-facto detention centre. In some hotspots, girls and boys were held together, against standard practice. NGOs have been raising concerns about this situation for months. Now the Court of Auditors has confirmed that the welfare of the children in Moria was put at risk.

3. ‘‘No framework for remedying bottlenecks or sharing lessons learnt”, the Court found

Overall, the ‘hotspot approach’ has been disorganised and inconsistent, the EU auditors found. The absence of consistent guidelines for the way hotspots should be managed means that responsibilities between the various actors are not clearly defined. Conditions and services are far worse in some hotspots than in others. The unfairness of this inconsistency has been criticised by NGOs, who have also highlighted the lack of oversight over decisions and accountability for human rights violations.

Furthermore, it is difficult to track the situation of people in the hotspots and how the management of the camps affects them – because key data is not shared between authorities. Neither the length of time migrants spend in hotspots while waiting to register and complete their asylum application in Greece, nor the total number of migrants identified, registered, or receiving return orders in Italy was shared.

The Court of Auditor’s recommendations to better define the roles of the different agencies involved and to appoint a manager for each hotspot exposes that management is currently lacking.

4. The auditors highlight that the “functioning of hotspots is affected by bottle-necks in the follow-up procedures”

The hotspots were meant to be just a first step in the EU’s migration response. Member states should then have stepped in to facilitate the relocation and integration of these people across Europe, or facilitate their safe and dignified return. That has not happened.

The set-up of the hotspots is a completely new way for national governments to cooperate with EU institutions and agencies within a member state’s territory. If follow up continues to falter, the pressure on the hotspots will only grow. This could lead to people living in the hotspots being exposed to even more suffering, and the risk that authorities will abandon acceptable legal and living standards increases. This has been evident since December, if not earlier.

5. The EU-Turkey deal “had a major impact on the functioning of hotspots” and on detentions, the auditors say

The EU-Turkey deal of March 2016 had a great impact on the functioning of the hotspots, as becomes evident when we look at the details of the auditors’ report. When the deal with Turkey was announced, hotspots turned into de-facto detention centres, provoking criticism from many NGOs. But the current European approach only attempts to increase the use of detention for asylum seekers even further.

The auditors have detailed the hotspots procedures in the annex to their report, and reading this makes clear how difficult it is not to be detained in the process they record.

The findings of the European Court of Auditors suggest that hotspots are being made to work at the expense of people, for the sake of fulfilling policy objectives. It is vital that safeguards are in place to ensure that people are not forced to stay in the hotspots under the conditions the EU auditors and NGOs have found to be degrading. Very close scrutiny is needed to protect the rights of those who arrive looking for safety on Europe’s shores.

Urban Manager (INT3479)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 9:15
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Job Type: Fixed Term (2 Years)

  WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

 

We are looking for a dynamic team player who will design, develop and deliver Urban Resilience programme in line with ‘Oxfam One Program’ approach to contribute to ‘Oxfam in Bangladesh Program’ and integrate Urban Resilience Programme to broader Economic Justice and Resilience theme of Oxfam in Bangladesh.

 

 

The position will contribute in project and programme designing, budget planning, learning and linking with local level issues at national and global level.

 

 

The post holder reports to Economic Justice Resilience Programme Manager 

 

 

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:An academic qualification of post graduate with related field of studyAt least 5 years...

Savings and Loans Project Manager (National Role) (INT3475)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 8:26
Region: MECIS, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role

 

The Project Manager ensures the effective delivery of all aspects of the Saving and Financing for Livelihoods and Resilience project implemented in Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). S/he ensures accurate and responsive grant management for projects, establishing and adjusting activity plans, developing and updating procurement plans, monitoring budget performance and re-phasing budgets as necessary. S/he works with the technical team to ensure technical project quality, with an emphasis on gender mainstreaming, as well as the funding team, to ensure internal and external project reports are of a high quality and produced to agreed deadlines. S/he also ensures effective management of project-specific partnerships with the local NGOs, CBOs and Municipal Authorities in target areas. Additionally, S/he ensures, effective project monitoring, learning,...

WASH/EFSL Consultancy (INT3474)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 4:52
Region: Southern Africa, Division: International, Job Type: ConsultancyWASH/EFSL Consultancy

Oxfam in Malawi is looking for a well qualified WASH/EFSL consultant to undertake a consultancy in Gender and Power Analysis in Humanitarian Response for a period of 21 days as per the TORs provided.  

The aim of the consultancy is to identify comparative impacts and coping strategies of the crisis on women, girls, boys and men.  The analysis will enable Oxfam, partners and other agencies to develop further humanitarian and recovery programes and advocacy interventions which are gender responsive and transformative, thereby strengthening Oxfam in Malawi's gender and protection initiatives as it responds to humanitarian disasters.

Programme and Advocacy Coordinator (INGO Forum) (INT3478)

Oxfam Great Britain - 9 mayo 2017 - 4:49
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term About INGO Forum

The INGO Forum is a growing association with a current membership of over 100 humanitarian and development-oriented international NGOs operating in Myanmar. Founded in late 2007, the INGO Forum functions as a platform for coordination, strategic discussions, development of common strategies, and provides an opportunity for collective analysis and mutual learning between INGOs. The INGO Forum also aims at coordination with local NGOs and civil society groups, UN agencies, donors on operational humanitarian/development matters. INGO Forum is currently hosted by Oxfam.

 

About Oxfam

Oxfam is a leading International NGO with a worldwide reputation for excellence and over 70 years of experience. It’s not unfortunate that people live in poverty. With enough wealth in this world to go...

Researcher, Gender and Women’s Rights

Oxfam America - 8 mayo 2017 - 16:28
Do you have a passion for Gender Justice and Women’s Rights? Come join a dedicated and passionate group of professionals as we work to ensure all people are treated fairly and with dignity. The Researcher, Gender and Women’s Rights will work with a number of teams as we strive to ensure women’s rights are incorporated in all social accountability initiatives and women are included in transformative leadership efforts. We know that when women thrive, communities thrive. Join us.

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FUNDING OFFICER

Oxfam Intermón - 8 mayo 2017 - 15:39
Tipo  Interna-externa Origen  Intermón Idioma  FR Localització  Ouagadougou, BURKINA FASO Referència  18-17/18

Nous recherchons un/e Funding Officer pour notre mission au Burkina Faso.

Objectif du poste

  • Contribuer à la maximisation de la captation de fonds au niveau du pays et à la couverture des besoins financiers de la mission OXFAM au Burkina Faso ;
  • Faciliter la gestion correcte et efficace des fonds alloués sous contrats de financements par des bailleurs de fonds ;
  • Coordonner les relations avec les bailleurs de fonds et assure le respect des procédures et des normes, ainsi que la qualité des propositions, rapports et autres engagements contractuels.
Quines seran les teves funcions? 
  • Responsable de l’envoi de la documentation de projet aux bailleurs de fonds, tout en garantissant le respect des formats et normes des bailleurs de fonds, les délais fixés, les standards de qualité Oxfam, tout en assurant la qualité finale du produit ;
  • Responsable du suivi administratif des contrats de financement signés et mis en œuvre au Burkina Faso et de la coordination des équipes de programme sur les aspects de gestion administrative et financière des contrats ;
  • Responsable de la correcte information des personnes de référence au siège et/ou des affiliés sur les propositions en cours de développement et les communications faites aux bailleurs sur des contrats en cours (rapports, demandes, requêtes, évaluations, extensions) ;
  • Participé à l´élaboration de la stratégie funding pays et de sa mise à jour régulière, ainsi que coordonne l´élaboration d´une stratégie de levée de fonds pour la mise en place d´une réponse rapide en cas de crise humanitaire au Burkina Faso.
Què estem buscant? 
  • Formation Universitaire, de préférence dans les domaines Sciences économiques, Sociales ou similaire ;
  • Expérience dans l’identification, la formulation, le suivi et la justification des projets de coopération et/ou action humanitaire ;
  • Expérience de travail minimum 3 années avec les bailleurs de fonds, notamment ECHO, UE, agences UN (PAM), bailleurs nationaux (SIDA, AECID, AMC, GFO, BMZ, GIZ, OFDA, ambassade de France) ;
  • Une expérience internationale pertinente d’au moins deux (2) ans est requise
  • Connaissance du cycle de gestion de projet ;
  • Excellentes capacités d’expression écrite et esprit de synthèse ;
  • Excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, tant oral qu’écrit ;
  • Connaissances et expériences dans des projets de développement et d’action humanitaire ;
  • Très bonnes connaissance et pratique des programmes informatiques Excel, Word ;
  • Flexibilité et capacité d’adaptation dans des contextes instables.
Què t'oferim? 

Durée du contrat: 12 mois
Salaire annuel brut : 27’930 Euros
Lieu de travail : Ouagadougou
Autres : voyages, R&R, Per diem, assurances médicales, de vie et accidents sont à la charge d’Oxfam selon les conditions en vigueur.
Prise de fonction: Août 2017
Logement :Guesthouse d’Oxfam intermon
POSTE NON ACCOMPAGNÉ

Les personnes intéressées peuvent envoyer leur curriculum vitae, lettre de motivation à humanitarianstaff@IntermonOxfam.org, en indiquant la référence 18/17-18 (Veuillez indiquer la source où vous avez trouvé l’offre d’emploi).

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Social Media Volunteer (Urban Programme) (INT3477)

Oxfam Great Britain - 8 mayo 2017 - 14:25
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: VolunteerOxfam GB has been working in Kenya since 1963. The Programme has been developed to meet a variety of demands to relieve poverty, distress and suffering. The post of Social Media Volunteer will be to provide communication support by ensuring quality documentation and dissemination of Oxfam’s work in Kenya.

 

The Role

The key activities  of the role will include collection, publication and dissemination of public material such as case studies, success stories, photo stories, video diaries and campaign materials. Social media a pivotal component of this role.

 

The Person

You should have an undergraduate degree in a relevant field (e.g. Communication, Journalism, Public Relations, Mass Media). Strong English writing skills and content generation. Technology skills and ability to stay...

Corporate Partnerships Team Assistant (MKT0293)

Oxfam Great Britain - 8 mayo 2017 - 13:58
Region: Fundraising, Division: Fundraising & Supporter Marketing, Job Type: Fixed Term About the role

 

We’re looking for a team assistant to join our innovative and forward thinking Corporate Partnerships team. The Corporate Partnerships team at Oxfam work strategically with businesses across the UK to help find ways to improve the lives of those living in poverty around the world.

 

We are looking for a strong team player who will help to support our corporate partnerships team by carrying out key administrative tasks and helping on team projects to continue to grow the abilities of our team. We would like an assistant who is a strong team player, great organisational skills and has a can-do attitude. You will be a central member of our ambitious team and will be working in...

Country Funding & Partnerships Lead (INT3476)

Oxfam Great Britain - 8 mayo 2017 - 10:46
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Country Funding & Partnerships Lead

Number of Posts:  1

Grade & Level: Global C1

Location: Dar es Salaam

Contract Type: Fixed Term (2 Years)

Who We Are

Oxfam in Tanzania’s country strategy 2015-19 envisions empowered citizens with reduced poverty, reduced inequality and injustice with especially women and young people having access to resources and a good quality of life. We want to see evidence of citizens being more aware of and demanding their rights to resources and essential services. We also want to see less policy incoherence and positive changes at national level (policy) and community level (practices, perceptions, ideas and beliefs).

 The above vision will be achieved through delivering strategically interrelated goals:Goal 1: Enhanced Governance and Transparency...

E-Commerce Marketing and Promotions Coordinator (TRD1316)

Oxfam Great Britain - 5 mayo 2017 - 15:03
Region: Etail, Division: Trading, Job Type: Fixed Term About you

 

The E-commerce team are looking for someone with some knowledge and experience of marketing from work or study. You’ll be clued up about digital marketing campaigns and ready to develop your skills in email, social, online merchandising and reporting. You will have strong communication and organisational skills which enables you to take ownership of the online shop promotional calendar. An interest in e-commerce and charity retail is essential.

 

 

Key ResponsibilitiesWork with the E-Commerce Marketing Manager to plan and develop a promotional calendar to support seasonal and divisional sales opportunities and drive sales growth.Product merchandising and planning of donated and new product categories on the OOS.Weekly review of sales information and web analytics to deliver reporting...

Moniteur technicien de santé publique (Public Health Engineering Monitor) (INT3473)

Oxfam Great Britain - 5 mayo 2017 - 13:32
Region: West Africa, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term TITRE DU POSTE :  Moniteur technicien de santé publique (Public Health Engineering Monitor)

TYPE DE CONTRAT :  Contrat à durée déterminée (12 mois - renouvelable)

LIEU :     Gao (Mali)

SALAIRE : National E2

Le Mali est confronté à une crise multidimensionnelle (politique, sécuritaire et humanitaire) et est apparu comme l’un des pays les plus fragiles du Sahel. Le conflit armé dans les régions du nord a impacté négativement les conditions de vie des communautés en réduisant leur pouvoir économique et accès aux services sociaux de base. Nous recherchons une personne qui une large compréhension de la situation actuelle au Mali et du profil recherche ci-dessous.

RESPONSABILITES : Entre autres :Supervision des chantiers de construction des forages et mini adduction d’eau potable d’eau dans le...

Project Manager - National Role (INT3471)

Oxfam Great Britain - 5 mayo 2017 - 13:19
Region: MECIS, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role

To provide overall leadership and management of humanitarian programming across a given area involving direct and partner based implementation, policy and advocacy

 The post-holder is expected to work closely with counterpart PMs and relevant technical advisors.

 

About the MECIS Region

The Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS) region implements and manages programmes in Yemen, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Russia, Tajikistan, Armenia, and Georgia.

Programmes within the MECIS region reflect Oxfam’s approach to work across the globe. We support self-reliance, not dependency, and to complement our work on the ground we strive to secure lasting change through our campaigning.

We also put women at the heart of all we do. The majority...

CHARGÉ (E) DE PROGRAMME INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES (INT3472)

Oxfam Great Britain - 5 mayo 2017 - 13:15
Region: West Africa, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Type de Contrat : Contrat à durée déterminée (1 an renouvelable)

Lieu : Bamako (Mali) avec déplacements

Salaire : National D1 (poste national)

 

Contexte

 

La vision d’Oxfam pour le Mali est : « Un Mali pacifié, où les inégalités et les injustices sociales sont réduites, afin que les femmes, les hommes, les filles et les garçons exercent et jouissent pleinement de leurs droits». Pour réaliser cette vision,  Oxfam se fixe trois objectifs : La Résilience des communautés et moyens d’existence durables ; La Bonne Gouvernance, paix et participation citoyenne ; et l’Accès aux services sociaux de base.

Egalement, au cœur de la Stratégie Pays d’Oxfam au Mali  se trouve l’Influence, le plaidoyer ainsi que l’équité de Genre pour la réduction de la...

Moniteur de promotion de sante publique (Public Health Promotor) (INT3468)

Oxfam Great Britain - 5 mayo 2017 - 12:37
Region: West Africa, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term TITRE DU POSTE :                 Moniteur de promotion de santé publique

TYPE DE CONTRAT :             Contrat à durée déterminée (12 mois - renouvelable)

LIEU :     Gao (Mali)

SALAIRE : National E2

 Le Mali est confronté à une crise multidimensionnelle (politique, sécuritaire et humanitaire) et est apparu comme l’un des pays les plus fragiles du Sahel. Le conflit armé dans les régions du nord a impacté négativement les conditions de vie des communautés en réduisant leur pouvoir économique et accès aux services sociaux de base. Nous recherchons une personne qui une large compréhension de la situation actuelle au Mali et du profil recherche ci-dessous.

RESPONSABILITES : Entre autres :Contribuer aux évaluations techniques sur la promotion de la santé publique (PHP)Contribuer activement à la...

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