18 Jobs at Save the Children - Tanzania

ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS OFFICER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: Level 2: either the role holder will have access to personal data about children and/or young people as part of their work; or they will be working in a ‘regulated’ position; therefore a police check will be required.


ROLE PURPOSE: The Administration & Logistics Officer is responsible for the effective application of SC administration and logistics policies and practises and enforcement of SC administration and logistics reporting systems and internal control procedures and will provide support to the Singida/Dodoma Programme.


SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Programme Manager – Singida/Dodoma



Dimensions:



Number of direct reports: Drivers, Admin Assistants, Office Attendants



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



The Administration and Logistics Officer will run the reception at the Save the Children Office in Singida/Dodoma, including work with the programme management team to support and strengthen programme administration and all sorts of logistics functions (travel bookings etc.)
Supervise the Drivers and Office Attendant. Conduct one to one and Performance Management Review.
Ensure that the programme is provided with adequate logistical support on procurement of goods and services.
Ensure the fleet and other equipment are in good and sound condition including documents updates.
Prepare relevant paperwork to process payments with respect to taxis services provided by companies and or individuals following approval processes.
Maintain the fleet book/tracking system and ensure that these are updated timely and as and when necessary.
Proactively inform users when plans change /delays are anticipated and follow up all pending issues
Ensure that Save the Children’s vehicles are safe and roadworthy at all times.
Ensure that services/repair for all the projects vehicles for Singida/Dodoma are planned and conducted on a timely basis (to minimize disruption) by the approved Garage(s). Maintain a tracking schedule to facilitate the monitoring and planning of servicing and repairs
Supervise quotation/estimated costs received from garage and make recommendations to the Programme Manager for approval before service /repair is done.
Responsible for engaging with the garage to ensure the repairs are done economically and the paper trail in support of the repairs complies with Save the Children Procedures.
Supervise the drivers in monitoring the cleanliness of the interior and exterior of the vehicles.
Ensure that all vehicles contain the necessary items and equipment as per the guidelines. (e.g., First Aid Kit, Maps)
Prepare monthly  performance reports for vehicles and submit to the Singida/Dodoma Programme Manager and the Logistics Manager in Dar
Oversee and issue fuel coupons to drivers in compliance with procedures
Review and sign off on a transport log sheet on completion of the sheet.
Supervise the preparation of monthly analysis of fuel consumption against KMs’ and prepare supporting documentation for the payment to supplier and investigate any discrepancies.
Prepare personal usage schedules for refund by the relevant staff and follow up to ensure payment is made.
Prepare the monthly analysis of fuel consumption and submit it to the Singida/Dodoma Programme Manager and the Logistics Manager in Dar.
BEHAVIOURS (Values in Practice)



Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved


Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale


Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to


Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Vastly service minded


Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Essential

Degree/ diploma in business administration and/or logistics management
At least 4 years experiences on the areas of administration and logistics
Experience in supporting and training other staff is an added advantage
Demonstrated good skills and experience in managing office administration and logistics systems.
Knowledge and experience of computer applications (MS Word, excel, etc)
Good personal organisational skills including time management and ability to meet deadlines.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of the team and to fit in well within multicultural organisation
Attention to detail and accuracy essential
Ability to work under pressure.
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s values, principals and Child Safeguarding policy.
Fluent in English and Kiswahili (both orally and written)


Location: Singida/Dodoma, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017
All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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CHILD PROTECTION COORDINATOR

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: (select only one)

Level 3:  the post holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.

Background

Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 172,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.



ROLE PURPOSE:

Work closely with local implementing partners, SC Education staff, and members of the child protection sector working Group, UNHCR and other UN agencies, to ensure that the programme goals are achieved. Specific areas of concern are the provision of Child friendly space activities in refugee camps. He/She provides overall leadership at programme level for the sector, and ensures that SC vision and overall program goals related to the sector are met. He/She is responsible for providing managerial, technical, and administrative support to partner staff during the implementation of an integrated program. For purposes of ensuring healthy collaboration between SC’s response and other actors in refugee education/protection, the officer will actively participate in child protection-related activities and meetings in designated refugee camps.

SCOPE OF ROLE:

To coordinate effective implementation of child protection activities Nyarugusu, Nduta and Matebeli and Host Community, inter-camp coordination, and monitoring of activities.  The individual will be responsible for providing leadership, guidance and technical expertise to Child Protection Implementing staff and support to the community workers where necessary.

Reports to: Child Protection Manager

Working Contacts

External

The job holder is required to have regular contact with the donor partners, other child protection organization, children, Host community, and Government organization.

Internal

The job requires the job holder to have direct relationship with all staff and management at all levels in ensuring the organizational policies and procedures.



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Programme Delivery

Deputize the CP Programme Manager for the overall management responsibility for all CP staff and implementation processes.
Lead and motivate the CP team to ensure effective project implementation strategies including case management, BID processes, counselling, together with engagement and monitoring of the established community structures within and in the host community through the identified partner granted during the period of implementation.
Ensure key problems are brought to the attention of the CP Program Manager and other relevant senior staff for    discussion and review.
Ensure that all implementing staff receives appropriate induction training and guidance to implement the project activities.
Make regular support visits to the camps and provision of technical support to the implementing staff.
Develop and implement an integrated reintegration strategy for vulnerable children returning to their communities with a particular emphasis on education and livelihoods strategies.
Continue to develop understanding on children’s meaningful participation throughout the programme, and work with child protection staff on strategies to enable children to identify and address the issues of concern to them and promote their voices in local, regional and national. 


Monitoring , Evaluation and Reporting

Monitoring and evaluation of programme activities:
Engage in ongoing report and identification of training needs and other implementation gaps in the CP programme
Assist CP teams to identify the technical support required in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project activities. 
Work with project staff to assist in the development of new project proposals and the evaluation and documentation of programme activities.
 Work with the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) team for monitoring and evaluation of programme activities including overseeing the management of the Unaccompanied and Separated Children’s Database (CPIMS) as a tool for information storage and analysis, and case management.
Ensure an up to date database of caseload is maintained and regularly update and taking corrective action where necessary.
 Preparation of reports, documentation of programme learning and ensuring it contributes to organizational advocacy.
Ensure timely implementation of budgeted activities in addition to budget tracking and control.
  Conduct/ensure regular follow-up visits to monitor the rehabilitation and reintegration of clients, and document changes identified.
Support in the ongoing implementation and budget management of the CP programmes (Including development of the detailed implementation plans, reviews of the BVA among other tasks).
  Ensure in the timely receipt of monthly, quarterly reports both to the donors and the internal reporting mechanisms.


Partnerships and coordination

Develop partnerships to enhance community participation, ownership and sustainability of programmes.
Collaborate and coordinate with other child protection agencies, governmental institutions, host community partners and community level structures in order to promote community ownership and sustainability of CP initiatives.
Represent Save the Children and the CP program in interagency working groups and camp coordination meetings.
Represent the CP programme and advocate with community, partners as well as other external visitors.  Liaise closely with other actors in the child protection sector on issues related to vulnerable children.  Ensure that consideration is given to their particular needs within general child protection strategies. 
Work with appropriate partners within the child protection sector to ensure the mainstreaming of child protection and that children’s rights are considered in the process of legislation formation and institution building.
Where necessary, represent the Child protection Manager in meetings, both internal and external and engage with the identified Host Community partner being funded to implement activities during the specific grant period.


Grants Management and Accountability

Coordinate with finance and awards team to ensure effective budget monitoring for the project in line with donor requirements and contractual obligations, including Grant opening, mid-term and closing meetings.
Oversee project activities budget expenditures and ensure they are allowable and allocable according to SCI and donor regulations; review monthly Budget vs. Actual and expenditure sheets and collaborate with the finance department to ensure accurate expenditures and reporting is undertaken at all times.
Ensure timely production of activity/events reports as well as monthly reports as per the agreed timelines.
Develop and undertake training in various aspects of child protection for programme and project staff as well as children, partners and community-based child protection networks. 
Mentor the relevant staff to facilitate the continued development of the project, budget and personnel management capacity.
Ensure the realisation of the principles enshrined in child safeguarding policy by all staff implementing the CP programmes.


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:
Honest, encourages openness and transparency
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
•    At least Degree social work/social sciences or equivalent. 
•    At least three (3) years relevant experience in similar settings.
•    Substantial management experience, preferably in emergency programmes
•    Demonstrable competence in proposal and report writing 
•    Experience of financial planning and expenditure monitoring 
•    Experience of community participation, ownership and empowerment
•    Competent in using email and computer packages such as Word and Excel
•    Commitment to Save the Children's child safeguarding Policy


Competencies:

Has high-level communication skills’, including engaging and informative formal public speaking.
Fluent in English and Kiswahili (both spoken and written). Working knowledge of local language strongly preferred
Able to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment.
Sets high standards for quality and consistently achieves project goals.
Maintains and extends an effective network of individuals within the organisation and with government and development partner
Negotiates effectively by exploring a range of possibilities.
Demonstrates and shares detailed technical knowledge and expertise.
Proven ability to work as a team.


Additional job responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.

Equal Opportunities

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies and procedures.

Health and Safety

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SCI Health and Safety policies and procedures.

Location: Kigoma region Refugee Camp, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:  The responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

Background

Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 172,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.



ROLE PURPOSE:

Work closely with local implementing partners, SC Education staff, and members of the child protection sector working Group, UNHCR and other UN agencies, to ensure that the programme goals are achieved. Specific areas of concern are the provision of Child friendly space activities in refugee camps. He/She provides overall leadership at programme level for the sector, and ensures that SC vision and overall program goals related to the sector are met. He/She is responsible for providing managerial, technical, and administrative support to partner staff during the implementation of an integrated program. For purposes of ensuring healthy collaboration between SC’s response and other actors in refugee education/protection, the officer will actively participate in child protection-related activities and meetings in designated refugee camps.



SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Field Manager

Dotted Line: CP Manager



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Lead on child protection rapid assessments, Produce, or support the production of, funding proposals.
Identify and agree within and between agencies and other stakeholders the roles, responsibilities and accountability for planned action and future decision-making based on assessment outcomes.
Ensure that child protection interventions through child friendly space activities are informed by and integrated with other core sectors of education, WASH and food security and livelihoods.
 Contribute to the coordination of child protection actors in the response through the local partner.
Identify staffing gaps and collaborate with local partner to initiate recruitment of staff and/or identify capacity building requirements.
Initiate and/or carry out capacity-building of key partner  staff in specific child protection competencies including appropriate child protection approaches, where needed
Ensure planning and subsequent initial cooperation and program structures are done in an integrated manner, with Save the Children staff and co-workers through the local partner.
Promote planning and subsequent initial cooperation with key stakeholders and aim to establish/strengthen processes and mechanisms at local, district, national (and broader level) which supports identification, monitoring and response to the care and protection concerns of children, including in the longer term if appropriate. To the extent possible, children’s participation should be included.


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds selfaccountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving results together with children and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Creates a managerial environment in-country to lead, enable and maintain our culture of child safeguarding
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for self and team, takes responsibility for own personal development and encourages team to do the same
Widely shares personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future oriented, thinks strategically and on a global scale
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with own team, colleagues, members, donors and partners
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency
Always acts in the best interests of children


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Essential

University Degree in Social Sciences or related technical field.
Knowledge in Child Protection, Child´s rights, programming and mainstreaming
International/national experience of natural disasters or conflicts
At least four years work experience within your profession
Experience in designing, managing, monitoring and evaluating child protection programs in emergency, transition and development contexts
Ability to identify the main gaps in child protection in the given context to inform a holistic response for children.
Commitment to and understanding of child rights, Save the Children’s aims, values and principles and humanitarian standards as Sphere Charter and Code of Conduct
Good knowledge of and experience in using established inter-agency standards and guidelines in child protection, such as the Inter-agency Guidelines  on Separated and Unaccompanied Children, the Paris Principles, Minimum Standards on Child Protection
Experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to child protection through Child friendly spaces.
Self-awareness and proven ability to operate successfully in different cultural environments
Ability to achieve results and maintain consistent high standards of professional behavior and achievement, including when working alone.
Good team leader and team member skills, including the ability to be part of and organize, support, manage and develop a small team.
Ability to communicate and maintain appropriate and productive relations with a range of actors, including children, parents, local and national authorities in political and militarily sensitive environments.
Experience of working with partners and a participatory approach
Ability to manage stress, be flexible and accommodating in difficult and frustrating working circumstance.
 Have undertaken approved Safety and Security Training in accordance with member and Save the Children required minimum standard.
Understanding of Kirundi language will be an asset


Location: Kigoma region Refugee Camp, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

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CHILD PROTECTION/ PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people



ROLE PURPOSE:



The Child Protection/ Psychosocial Support Specialist (CP/ PSS) will be responsible for strengthening the quality of Save the Children’s child protection and psychosocial support programme which form a key part of our emergency response efforts and development programming, in Refugee Camps. The PSS Specialist will train and mentor partner staff and volunteers/incentive workers, lead on tool development, review our current activities, provide technical advice, and may be asked to represent Save the Children at  the inter-agency Child protection and Psychosocial Support  Working Group meetings





SCOPE OF ROLE:

This position reports to: Field manager.

The position is supported technically by the Child Protection Manager/Coordinator



This is a challenging role in a complex environment. It requires a dedicated, experienced and highly motivated individual who can manage the difficulties of living and working in a difficult and changing environment and maintain optimism, ambition and a sense of humour.



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



Team work

 Demonstrate behaviours that are consistent with Save the Children’s Mission, Vision and Values and ensure their broader application by staff across the programme.
Contribute to a conducive and productive work environment.
Participate actively in team meetings, planning and review activities, providing enhanced insight into child protection programming.
Carry out the responsibilities of the role in a way which reflects Save the Children’s commitment to safeguarding children, in accordance with our Code of Conduct and Child Safeguarding Policy.
Comply with and promote Save the Children policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.


Participate to the coordination of the CP/PSS Working Group

In close collaboration with other actors:

Promote, respect and ensure that the Principles of Partnership are reflected in the day-to-day work of the interagency coordination mechanisms
Participate to the Weekly CP Working Group Meeting at camp level.
Meet with and coordinate with key stakeholders and other agencies working on PSS to identify strategic priorities and PSS needs within the humanitarian response
Maintain results-oriented, two-way communication channels between the national and other levels.
Disseminate tools and materials for PSS actors including documented lessons learned and good practices for PSS
Identify capacity development needs amongst  CP Working Group members and co support capacity building initiatives led by the Working Group
Work with UNHCR and other PSS actors to ensure map PSS activities to identify gaps and avoid duplication of efforts
Work to integrate and mainstream PSS in all services provided by Babawatoto and Save the Children.
Review and development of Save the Children’s psychosocial programme framework

 Review of on-going psychosocial support activities (in Temporary Learning Centers, CFSs and through community structures) to identify opportunities for strengthening quality and meeting minimum standards.
Set up effective MEAL systems for psychosocial support activities and quality markers.
If required, input into Save the Children’s strategic planning and provide recommendations for future psychosocial programme development as part of a holistic child protection programme, including identifying linkages with other sectors


Capacity building

Conduct a training needs assessment with staff, partners, volunteers and community workers  and develop a capacity building plan based balancing needs and proposal commitments.
Based on the capacity building plan, conduct core trainings for staff, partners, volunteers and community workers on psychosocial support
Provide mentoring and ongoing on-the job training for key field personnel.
Ensure field staff have and are familiar with accessible and relevant reference tools and guidance documents
Lead the roll out of Psychological First Aid training across all sectors


Ensure quality implementation of psychosocial support activities

In coordination with the CP and Education Coordinators, ensure delivery of psychosocial support activities in schools, ECD centres and CFSs
Ensure standards for quality PSS programming in Child Friendly Spaces and Temporary Learning Spaces in line with global standards, are put in place and met
Provide support to the implementation, providing monitoring and capacity building for child coping mechanism and using lessons learnt to strengthen programme quality and scale up. 


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving objectives and role modelling Save the Children values in all aspects of their work.
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary technical support to improve performance and finding and applying appropriate solutions when results are not achieved
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, other colleagues, community members/leaders and local authorities and external partners and donors
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

A Psycho-social professional with an advance degree in child protection, psychology, social work or relevant field, or equivalent management experience;
Significant experience in working in child protection in emergencies, particularly on Child Friendly Spaces and Psychosocial programmes
Significant experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to Child Protection and Psychosocial Support.
Experience in monitoring and evaluation of psychosocial programmes, and feeding learning into programme design
Experience working on the inclusion of hard to reach groups of children
Experience of working in  refugee camp contexts
Cultural awareness and sensitivity
Demonstrates a high level of communication skills and fluency in written and spoken English
Computer literate
Ability to communicate and maintain appropriate and productive relations with a range of actors, including children, parents, local and national authorities and other INGOs and UN agencies
Experience working with and strengthening PSS referral pathways
Self-awareness and proven ability to operate successfully in different cultural environments
Commitment to the understanding of child rights, Save the Children’s aims, values and principles and humanitarian standards as Sphere Charter and Code of Conduct
Good knowledge of and experience in using established inter-agency standards and guidelines in MHPSS and child protection, such as the IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings, the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, Inter-agency Guidelines on Separated and Unaccompanied Children, the Paris Principles, MRM, SC Child Friendly Spaces Handbook and IASC Guidelines in Emergencies.




Desired Criteria

Ability to speak and understand Kirundi, Swahili, and/or French
Experience with PSS in Education in Emergency/ Temporary Learning programmes, particularly Accelerated Learning Programmes
Experience of SGBV programming in a refugee/IDP context
Experience strengthening child protection referral pathways.


Location: Kigoma region with frequent travel to refugee camps, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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EDUCATION OFFICER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:



Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people



SCOPE OF ROLE:



Reports to: Education Coordinator – Accelerated Education Program (AEP)



Staff reporting to this post: Partner education staff



Budget Responsibilities: N/A



The Education Project Officer will support the implementation of Accelerated Education Program (AEP) activities in Save the Children supported schools in Nyarugusu and Nduta refugee camps. She/he will work closely with the Education Programme Coordinator and staff of the partner organization (Babawatoto Centre) under the overall umbrella of the Field Programme Manager to ensure that planned program activities are implemented timely and in line with Save the Children best practices to ensure the attainment of set objectives.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY :



Program Implementation

With support from the Education Coordinator, develop, implement and monitor quarterly, monthly and weekly AEP activity plans to achieve expected results.
Oversee the supervision of supported schools and ensure that AEP activities in schools run smoothly and ensure that school monitoring tools including class registers, teacher attendance records books are used consistently and accurately on daily basis. The Education Project Officer will also ensure that teachers prepare relevant lesson plans, schemes of work and lesson notes with the objective of attaining quality outcomes.
Organize and chair the weekly school meetings with head teachers and deputies, bi-weekly meetings with teachers and ensure minutes of meetings are properly documented. The incumbent will also ensure school meetings give clear feedback on supervision findings.
Establishes clear objectives with partner and refugee education teams and individuals to support and monitor progress and performance.
Contribute in the preparation of budgets, raising procurement requests and supporting the partner and refugee education team in planning of activities with clear objectives.
Work closely with the Education Coordinator in assessing and analysing key issues in the response for formulation of appropriate actions. This includes procurement and administrative documents required for program implementation.
Work with Partner staff, Refugee teachers and community to increase education service provision e.g. additional teaching spaces and catch up classes and disseminate information about education issues and available services.
Lead on planning and capacity building training workshops on AEP for teachers, partner staff and other education actors.
With support from Education Coordinator and closely working with partner staff, create temporary additional learning spaces in the camp based on assessment data.
Coordinate and hold meetings with stakeholders including Education partners, schools – (PTAs and SCM) and other organizations serving children and community to understand their education priorities, familiarize them with the projects and its objectives and engage them in the process.
Ensure that the Education program is implemented in ways that are responsive to communities and children, in line with SC’s principles, values and strategic plan and compliant with SC’s procedures.
Staff supervision and mentorship

Supervise and mentor the Partner Education staff and refugee teachers ensuring that they are empowered to achieve their performance objectives and program results.
Fosters collaborative, transparent and accountable relationships through partners and refugee workers ensuring functional PTA and SMC are in place.
Gain technical knowledge on education in emergency EIE and other relevant areas so as to provide support and trainings to the Refugee Education/ Facilitators and volunteers to maintain the standards and improve the quality of project activities.
Identify any staffing issues and coordinate closely with the Education Coordinator to resolve them.


Monitoring and Reporting

Ensure that all program data is properly and regularly collected by field staff, check data and ensure that it is logically presented to the Education Coordinator
Work closely with Partner staff, collect and compile project data as appropriate  based on the standard formats and submit weekly  and monthly reports capturing achievements, case studies and best practices to the Education Coordinator
Contribute to the preparation of internal and external reports
Participate in team reviews of results and program progress and/or project evaluation when and as requested
Collaboration and Representation

Represent Save the Children in relevant forums at camp level in a professional manner.
Liaise with other stakeholders, including schools, local leaders and partners and participate actively in coordination meetings.
Collaboration with other team members across to ensure synergies and consistency in our programming approaches.
Represent programming with local government, NGOs, communities and within SC as appropriate.
General:

Comply with Save the Children policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (SCI Values in Practice)

Accountability:

holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Ambition:

sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and with relevant external partners.
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
Creativity:

develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Integrity:

honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity




QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE



Essential:

·         University or College qualification and minimum of three years professional experience with education work.
·         Good knowledge and understanding of AEP in emergency context.  
·         Knowledge of INEE Minimum Standards in emergency preparedness, response and application of the standards in response.
·         Demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of children in the school and community.
·         Strong understanding of the contextual situation related to education.
·         Strong organizational skills.
·         Proven technical knowledge and skills in the field of participatory development, child participation, education.
·         Ability to travel independently, including to rural communities and work long hours.
·         Commitment  to  and  understanding  of  Save  the  Children’s  aims,  values  and principles  including rights-based approaches
Strong verbal and written English skills and other local languages.
Strong interpersonal skills the ability to work collaboratively with others
Strong reporting skills
Good computer skills (MS Office, including Outlook for email)
Desired:

Background in Emergency programming is an asset.




Location: Kigoma Region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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CHILD PROTECTION MANAGER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:

Level 3:  the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

Background

Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 172,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.



ROLE PURPOSE:

The position is responsible for managing the implementation of Child Protection Programme activities in the Kasulu/Kibondo area and to represent and advocate for Save the Children’s work and organizational priorities in child protection with a wide range of external parties including government representatives, communities, donors, UN and other humanitarian agencies operating in the area. Provide leadership and guidance to the programme team

SCOPE OF ROLE:

The position is responsible for managing the implementation of Child Protection Programme activities in the Kasulu/Kibondo area and to represent and advocate for Save the Children’s work and organizational priorities in child protection with a wide range of external parties including government representatives, communities, donors, UN and other humanitarian agencies operating in the area. Provide leadership and guidance to the programme team

Reports to: Field Manager

Working Contacts

External

The job holder is required to have regular contact with the donor partners, other child protection organization, children, Host community, and Government organization.

Internal

The job requires the job holder to have direct relationship with all staff and management at all levels in ensuring the organizational policies and procedures.



Key Areas of Accountability:  
Manage all aspects of the implementation of the child protection programme in Kigoma and ensure the quality of child protection programming and adherence to best practice standards for the sector.



Ensure coherence of programme activities with Save the Children’s Humanitarian Response Strategy

·         Link programme activities to the organisation’s global strategy
·         Ensure that programme activities contribute to Save the Children programme and advocacy priorities
·         Identify and build links with other programme sectors, ensuring that issues for child protection are raised and addressed
Ensure programme activities in the operational area are well monitored to assess their ability to fulfil the requirements of approved Save the Children Thematic and Annual Operational Plans.

·         Lead the development of a comprehensive implementation strategy with clear benchmark indicators and work plans.
·         Work with staff to ensure effective monitoring, evaluation and documentation of programme activities.
·         Produce timely reports, including monthly internal progress reports, and all required reports to the donor agencies.
·         Highlight and follow up on capacity assessment and capacity building plans for implementing partners in Kigoma to ensure quality CP programming for Host community


Overall management responsibility for all Area Office Child Protection staff.

Lead and motivate the team to ensure effective implementation of programme activities, including by providing technical support to ensure programme quality
Ensure there are regular staff team meetings
Ensure key problems are brought to the attention of the field HR and Administration Coordinator and the Area Programme Manager for discussion and review
Monitor and support child protection staff in implementing Save the Children project management systems and guidelines to ensure the smooth implementation of approved activities.
Ensure appropriate induction, training and follow-up in grants/financial management, logistics and security guidelines, monitoring and evaluation procedures and guidelines.
Make regular visits to the camp offices and project activities in the neighbouring communities.
Assist the Coordinators in identifying technical support required from technical support staff (including from Save the Children members) in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programme activities.  
Liaise with key departments in the CO, region and in member offices on technical issues to ensure adherence to SCI best practice approach for child protection in refugee camp situations.
Identify, analyse and engage in advocacy opportunities to influence key donors’ plans and policies to promote attention to and sufficient resources for awareness raising on the Humanitarian Codes of Conduct and the IASC Action Plan to prevent the sexual exploitation of women and children.
Coordinate with Field Human Resource and Administration, Logistics, and Finance departments to ensure effective use and delivery of Save the Children resources.  Oversee and ensure effective budget management through close monitoring and reporting on financial information.
Participate in mid-term or final evaluations and ensure lessons contribute to the development of future CP programme work.
Participate in and strengthen interagency coordination on child protection, leading and guiding the agenda and ensuring that the critical protection needs of children are profiled, through close liaison with Government, UNICEF and other UN agencies, civil society and other stakeholders.


Staff Management, Mentorship, and Development 

Manage performance of direct reports in the work area through:
Effective use of the Performance Management System including the establishment of clear, measureable objectives, ongoing feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased evaluations;
Coaching, mentoring and other developmental opportunities;
Recognition and rewards for outstanding performance;
Documentation of performance that is less than satisfactory, with appropriate performance improvements/ work plans.
Build the capacity of staff to monitor/ manage grants and awards as well as understand and implement compliance requirements from donors, Save the Children and/or the Government of Kenya.
Maintain clear communication with both the functional (direct) line manager and the technical manager to foster a smooth working relation under existing matrix structure.


Competencies



Leading

Delivering Results: Takes personal responsibility and holds others to account to deliver our ambitious goals for children, continually improving own performance or that of the team/organisation.
Developing Self and Others: Invests time and energy to actively develop self and others to help realise their full potential, and to build the organisation’s capability for the future.
Leading and Inspiring Others: Demonstrates leadership in all our work, role models our values and articulates a compelling vision to inspire others to achieve goals for our children.


 Thinking

Problem Solving and Decision Making: Takes effective, considered and timely decisions by gathering and evaluating relevant information from within or outside the organisation and making appropriate judgements.
Applying Technical Expertise: Applies the required technical and professional expertise to the highest standards, promotes and shares best practices within and outside the organisation.
Innovating and Adapting: Develops and implements innovative solutions to adapt and succeed in an ever – changing, uncertain work and global environment.
 Engaging

Working Effectively with others: Works collaboratively to achieve shared goals and thrives on diversity of people and perspectives. Knows when to lead and when to follow and how to ensure effective cross- boundary working.
Communicating with Impact: Communicates clearly and confidently with others to engage and Influence, Promotes dialogue and ensures timely and appropriate messages, building confidence and trust with others.
Networking: Builds and uses sustainable relationships and networks to support the work of Save the Children.
Qualifications and Experience

Required Master’s Degree social work/social sciences or equivalent.
Minimum of five (5) years relevant international work experience in child protection programmes.
Previous experience of managing a child protection programme in a complex emergency/refugee context.
Demonstrable experience of using current quality standards and guidelines for child protection programmes.
Strong planning and organisational skills to meet programme goals.
Experience of managing the programme cycle, including assessments, proposal and report writing, Monitoring and evaluation. 
Solid knowledge base and practical experience in community based child protection approaches, case management and child participation methodologies.
Strong experience and skills in management of staff from different backgrounds.
Experience in building relationships, fostering interagency coordination and experience of representing an organisation to external parties.
Strong self-starter, able to set up and manage child protection programmes.
Experience in working in an insecure and politically sensitive environment.
Commitment to Save the Children’s Child Protection Policy.
Strong computer skills, including the use of email and the internet.
Fluency in written and spoken English and Kiswahili.


Desirable Qualifications

Understanding of Eastern Africa and the Great lakes and the dynamics of the conflicts in the region.
Experience of implementing the Interagency Database for Unaccompanied and Separated Children and UNHCR BID process.
Experience of rolling out Child Protection Policies within organisational structures.


Competencies:

Has high-level communication skills’, including engaging and informative formal public speaking.
Fluent in English and Kiswahili (both spoken and written). Working knowledge of local language strongly preferred
Able to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment.
Sets high standards for quality and consistently achieves project goals.
Maintains and extends an effective network of individuals within the organisation and with government and development partner
Negotiates effectively by exploring a range of possibilities.
Demonstrates and shares detailed technical knowledge and expertise.
Proven ability to lead and work as a team.


Additional job responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.

Equal Opportunities

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies and procedures.

Health and Safety

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SCI Health and Safety policies and procedures.

Location: Kigoma Region, Refugee Camps, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

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CHILD PROTECTION PSYCHOLOGIST

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.

Background

Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 172,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.



ROLE PURPOSE:

Role Purpose:

The physiologist is responsible for field level implementation, inter-camp coordination and monitoring and evaluation of activities as well as providing leadership and guidance to Child Protection community workers.

Provides direct counselling services for children identified/referred/or other partners, deliver capacity building training for incentive workers and programme staff and staff from partner

SCOPE OF ROLE:

Dimensions: Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 175,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection, education and youth empowerment/ livelihoods programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response

Reports to: Child Protection Coordinator



Staff directly reporting to this post: partner staff  and Community workers

Working Contacts

External

The job holder is required to have regular contact with the donor partners, other child protection organization, children, Host community, and Government organization.

Internal

The job requires the job holder to have direct relationship with all staff and management at all levels in ensuring the organizational policies and procedures.



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

The Child protection psychologist will assist the Child Protection Programme Coordinator in the overall management of in the field offices and refugee camps and the immediate host communities.
Facilitate and coordinate direct professional counselling services for Refugee children including orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC)
Support the development and implementation of a programme of training and capacity building for Child Protection Community workers (CPCWs) and CPOs, ensuring that training needs are proactively assessed and built within ongoing design.
Document programme learning, ensuring it contributes to organisational advocacy.
Participate in the development of emergency strategies for the wider child protection programme in Kenya.
Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies.
Preparation and submission of monthly, quarterly and annual reports as required
Conduct debriefing sessions in the occurrence of a critical incidence
Conduct/ensure regular follow-up visits to monitor the rehabilitation and reintegration of clients, and document changes identified.
Conduct community sensitization campaigns on services available at the Child Friendly spaces and the general refugee operations.
Maintain an up to date database on counselling clients.
Ensure timely implementation of budgeted activities in addition to budget tracking and control.
Ensure strong links with the overall child protection work that SC is undertaking in the refugee camps.


Skills and Behaviours (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Graduate degree in Psychology, social work  / social sciences or equivalent
Minimum of 2 year work experience in  counselling, social work or with development-related organisations
Knowledge of community based child protection approaches, preferably including experience in participatory approaches (PRA/PLA) and child participation methodologies.
Good IT skills including the use of Word and database software
Demonstrable ability to adapt to changing programme priorities and emergency priorities that may arise
Strong self-starter, able to take initiative and adapt to changing circumstances and priorities
Positive attitude towards community work with emphasis on the ability to learn from communities and support innovative approaches to problem solving
Commitment to Save the Children’s Child Protection Policy.


Competencies:

Has high-level communication skills’, including engaging and informative formal public speaking.
Fluent in English and Kiswahili (both spoken and written). Working knowledge of local language strongly preferred
Knowledge of Burundi crisis
Able to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment.
Sets high standards for quality and consistently achieves project goals.
Maintains and extends an effective network of individuals within the organisation and with government and development partner
Negotiates effectively by exploring a range of possibilities.
Demonstrates and shares detailed technical knowledge and expertise.
Proven ability to work as a team.


Additional job responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.

Equal Opportunities

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies and procedures.

Health and Safety

The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SCI Health and Safety policies and procedures.

Location: Kigoma Region Refugee Camp, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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SOCIAL WORKER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:  The responsibilities of the post requires the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.

Background

Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 172,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.



ROLE PURPOSE:

Work closely with local implementing partners, SC Education staff, and members of the child protection sector working Group, UNHCR and other UN agencies, to ensure that the programme goals are achieved. Specific areas of concern are the provision of Psychosocial support and case management services within Child friendly spaces, ECCD schools and communities in refugee camps. At programme level he/she ensures that SC vision and overall program goals related to the sector are met. He/She is responsible for implementation of project activities and administrative support to partner staff during the implementation of an integrated program. For purposes of ensuring healthy collaboration between SC’s response and other actors in refugee education/protection, the social worker will actively participate in child protection-related activities and meetings in designated refugee camps.



SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: CP officer

Dotted Line: CP Coordinator

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Supervise child protection and PSS activities in CFS ensuring activities are implemented in a timely manner meeting program goals.
·         Organise and facilitate Capacity building and supervision of  community structures in all their duties within the community
·         Conduct outreach and awareness activities to identify and facilitate assistance to vulnerable children persons at village level Ensure case management referral procedures and standards are met and followed.
·         Facilitate inter-agency referrals for vulnerable children and families and  carry out follow ups and provide prompt feed backs on referred cases to responsible agencies
·         Establish and maintain a database of children identified, assessed and supported with services within the camp
·         Collaborate with other team members in implementation of project activities
·         Participate in report writing, developing concept notes and proposal development.
·         Conduct any other related activities as deemed necessary by the Child Protection sector that may arise from time to time
Assist in the facilitation of parents and community meetings for CPCs and CMCs
Screen for and monitor protection needs and gaps in and around the CFS and TLS’s.
Ensure the participation of all groups of children, especially children living with disabilities
 Conducting interviews with children  and their families to assess and review their protection concerns
Undertaking and writing up assessments in collaboration with partner staff which meet specified standards and timescales.
Assist facilitators in solving problems arising in CFS and TLS
Assist facilitators in working with children and develop new creative activities as appropriate


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (SCI Values in Practice)



Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values


Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others


Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and with relevant external partners.
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.


Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks.


Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Essential

University Degree in Social Sciences or related technical field.
Knowledge in Child Protection, Child´s rights, Child Friendly Space, programming and mainstreaming
At least 1 year work experience within a similar context.
Commitment to and understanding of child rights, Save the Children’s aims, values and principles and humanitarian standards as Sphere Charter and Code of Conduct
Ability and skills to conduct child friendly interviews and communication skills and child protection needs assessments.
Demonstrate ability to adapt to changing programme priorities and emergency priorities that may arise
Demonstrated experience and knowledge in animating/organizing play activities with children
Strong self-starter, able to take initiative and adapt to changing circumstances and priorities
Experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to child protection through Child friendly spaces.
Self-awareness and proven ability to operate successfully in different cultural environments
Ability to manage stress, be flexible and accommodating in difficult and frustrating working circumstance.
 Have undertaken approved Safety and Security Training in accordance with member and Save the Children required minimum standard.
Understanding of Kirundi language will be an asset
Location: Kigoma region, Burundiani refugee in refugee Kigoma Tanzania, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

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EDUCATION OFFICER -ECCD

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:



Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people



SCOPE OF ROLE:



Reports to: Education Coordinator



Staff reporting to this post: Partner education staff



Budget Responsibilities: N/A



The Education Project Officer will support the implementation of ECCD activities in Save the Children supported schools in Nyarugusu and Nduta refugee camps. She/he will work closely with the Education Programme Coordinator and staff of the partner organization (Babawatoto Centre) under the overall umbrella of the Field Programme Manager to ensure that planned ECCD activities are implemented timely and in line with Save the Children best practices to ensure the attainment of set outcomes and objectives.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY :



Program Implementation

With support from the Education Coordinator, develop, implement and monitor quarterly, monthly and weekly AEP activity plans to achieve expected results.
Oversee the supervision of supported ECCD Centers and ensure that ECCD classes in supported schools and ensure that monitoring tools including class registers, teacher attendance records books are used consistently and accurately on daily. The Education Project Officer will also ensure that teachers prepare relevant lesson plans, schemes of work and lesson notes with the objective of attaining quality outcomes.
Organize and chair the weekly meetings with ECCD head teachers and deputies and bi-weekly meetings with teachers. She/he will ensure the minutes of meetings are documented and shared with the relevant staff. The incumbent will also ensure school meetings give clear feedback on findings of weekly supervisions in supported ECCD Centers.
Establishes clear objectives with partner and refugee education teams and individuals to support and monitor progress and performance.
Contribute in the preparation of budgets, raising procurement requests and supporting the partner and refugee education team in planning of activities with clear objectives.
Work closely with the Education Coordinator in assessing and analysing key issues in the response for formulation of appropriate actions. This includes procurement and administrative documents required for program implementation.
Work with Partner staff, Refugee teachers and community to increase education service provision e.g. additional teaching spaces and catch up classes and disseminate information about education issues and available services.
Lead on planning and capacity building training workshops on AEP for teachers, partner staff and other education actors.
With support from Education Coordinator and closely working with partner staff, create temporary additional learning spaces in the camp based on assessment data.
Coordinate and hold meetings with stakeholders including Education partners, schools – (PTAs and SCM) and other organizations serving children and community to understand their education priorities, familiarize them with the projects and its objectives and engage them in the process.
Ensure that the Education program is implemented in ways that are responsive to communities and children, in line with SC’s principles, values and strategic plan and compliant with SC’s procedures.
Staff supervision and mentorship

Supervise and mentor the Partner Education staff and refugee teachers ensuring that they are empowered to achieve their performance objectives and program results.
Fosters collaborative, transparent and accountable relationships through partners and refugee workers ensuring functional PTA and SMC are in place.
Gain technical knowledge on education in emergency EIE and other relevant areas so as to provide support and trainings to the Refugee Education/ Facilitators and volunteers to maintain the standards and improve the quality of project activities.
Identify any staffing issues and coordinate closely with the Education Coordinator to resolve them.


Monitoring and Reporting

Ensure that all program data is properly and regularly collected by field staff, check data and ensure that it is logically presented to the Education Coordinator
Work closely with Partner staff, collect and compile project data as appropriate  based on the standard formats and submit weekly  and monthly reports capturing achievements, case studies and best practices to the Education Coordinator
Contribute to the preparation of internal and external reports
Participate in team reviews of results and program progress and/or project evaluation when and as requested
Collaboration and Representation

Represent Save the Children in relevant forums at camp level in a professional manner.
Liaise with other stakeholders, including schools, local leaders and partners and participate actively in coordination meetings.
Collaboration with other team members across to ensure synergies and consistency in our programming approaches.
Represent programming with local government, NGOs, communities and within SC as appropriate.
General:

Comply with Save the Children policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (SCI Values in Practice)

Accountability:

holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Ambition:

sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and with relevant external partners.
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
Creativity:

develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Integrity:

honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity




QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE



Essential:

·         University or College qualification and minimum of three years professional experience with education work.
·         Good knowledge and understanding of ECCD in emergency context.  
·         Knowledge of INEE Minimum Standards in emergency preparedness, response and application of the standards in response.
·         Demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of children in the school and community.
·         Strong understanding of the contextual situation related to education.
·         Strong organizational skills.
·         Proven technical knowledge and skills in the field of participatory development, child participation, education.
·         Ability to travel independently, including to rural communities and work long hours.
·         Commitment  to  and  understanding  of  Save  the  Children’s  aims,  values  and principles  including rights-based approaches
Strong verbal and written English skills and other local languages.
Strong interpersonal skills the ability to work collaboratively with others
Strong reporting skills
Good computer skills (MS Office, including Outlook for email)
Desired:

Background in Emergency programming is an asset.


 Location: Kigoma Region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017
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EDUCATION PROGRAMME COORDINATOR

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

ROLE PURPOSE:

Work closely with local implementing partners, SC Child protection staff, and members of the Education sector working Group, UNHCR and other UN agencies, to ensure that the programme goals are achieved. Specific areas of concern are the provision of temporary learning opportunities for out of school children in Nduta refugee camp. The post holder provides overall leadership for the sector, and ensures that SC vision and overall program goals related to the sector are met. He/She is responsible for contributing to proposal development in line with SC goals and strategic directions.  He/She is responsible for providing managerial, technical, and administrative support to partner staff during the implementation of an integrated program. For purposes of ensuring healthy collaboration between SC’s response and other actors in refugee education/protection, the officer will actively participate in education-related activities and meetings.

SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Field Manager/Emergency Response Manager , Kibondo

Staff directly reporting to this post: Education officer and staff of Implementing partner organisation

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Under the direct supervision of the Field Manager/Emergency Response Manager:

Programme Development and Implementation

With the support and guidance of Field Manager and working closely with the Education Officer, lead the implementation of Save the Children’s education project activities within the refugee camps through provision of non-formal education programs for out of school children.
Identify development needs and support the SC Education Officer and partner agency staff in the delivery of the Education project through mentoring and coaching


Identify critical program gaps and vulnerabilities, and clarify roles, responsibilities and accountabilities to effectively address those gaps.
Organize and conduct a mapping/assessment of capacity development needs of Save the Children and partner staff and roll out capacity development activities in line with INEE and Save the Children best practices.
Coordinate and ensure quality in the programme by building capacity of the Education Officer, partner staff and volunteer teachers through trainings, on content such as pedagogical skills, psychosocial support & life skills.
Input into new proposals and support the Field Manager in the finalization of EiE budgets, Log-frames and implementation plans
Provide guidance to the Education Officer and partner staff on thematic standards and approaches which reflect good practice in emergency education responses to address SC Commitments for Children in Emergencies.
Human Resources

Line management of the Education officer and project staff from Implementing Partner
Prepare performance objectives together with education program staffs and give the necessary feedback, follow up and support to improve staff performance.  


Monitoring and Reporting

Facilitate the use of appropriate and effective program monitoring systems to enable assessment of both the emergency response process and impact and to ensure delivery of results for children.
In coordinator with the MEAL team, the Education Coordinator will participate in the review and development of contextually relevant Quality Learning Environment (QLE) benchmarks for AEP, ECCD and formal education for the Burundi refugee response.
Participate in internal & external education assessments/survey and tracer studies to identify needs of beneficiaries and program impact on beneficiaries, conduct analysis and lessons learnt with the view of strengthening future programming.
Liaise with Education Officer and respective Partner staff to prepare weekly, monthly or other periodical activity reports for SCI and share with the education sector leads and other funding partners.
.Reporting  on progress and documentation of best practices


Support in development of communication materials, case studies and advocacy initiatives.


Coordination and Networking

Working closely with the Field Manager/Emergency Response Manager and Education officer, develop partnerships to leverage resources, ensure adequate coverage in the emergency response and participate in joint assessments.
Advocate for, and support, the development of sustainable, child-friendly   and hazard-resistant standards and designs for learning centres, the integration of life skills into both formal and non-formal education, with a particular focus on Disaster Risk Reduction( DRR)
Represent SCI education programme in coordination forums including Education Sector Working Group meetings, working closely to address issues related to strategic planning, responsibilities of sector partners, and joint advocacy.


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Ambition:

Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency




QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

University Degree in Education, Social Sciences or related technical field.
Three year progressive experience in implementation of Education programmes, refugee education, non-formal education, Life skills or related field.
Previous experience in working with teacher training programs, vocational training programs, Early Childhood Care and Development -ECCD or Accelerated Education Programs (AEP) in emergency contexts is desirable.
Good knowledge and understanding of INEE Minimum Standards, SPHERE and Do No Harm practices in emergency humanitarian response.
Previous work experience in Kigoma region and the Burundi refugee response is an added advantage.
Good command of the English and Kiswahili/Kirundi languages is an asset
Excellent Computing and data management skills.
Ability to adapt and work effectively in remote areas, work in a challenging work environment.
Ability to take personal responsibility for completing tasks to a high standard and to meet deadlines.
Willingness to work flexibly and professionally in a dynamic and fast-moving environment.
This is an emergency recruitment. Applicants may be interviewed before the closing date and the selected candidate must be available to commence duty immediately.
Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

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LOGISTICS ASSISTANT

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.

ROLE PURPOSE: To be  responsible for the store in Dar es Salaam, distribution of items to all programs in a timely, compliant, efficient, and cost-effective manner. Re tagging of all assets for Tanzania program. While the majority of work will be carried out in the Dar es Salaam office – h/she may be required to make occasional visits to sub locations  (Site visits are estimated approximately twice per year).

As a member of the Support Services team, h/she will work collaboratively with the team members to ensure good coordination, communication, planning, and customer service to staff and the programme, including providing cover for, and support to others and undertaking duties as delegated by his/her line manager.

SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Logistics Officer/Coordinator

Dimensions:



Staff directly reporting to this post: Nil



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



·         Familiarize with Save the Children Logistics Procedures & policy, this will be done with the Logistics Coordinator & Procurement Officer.
 S/he will have access to the stores and ensure the keys are kept safely at all times.
 S/he will receive all items to the store by crosschecking the receipt against the LPO, by signing the GDN of the supplier, by preparing a Save the Children GRN.
 S/he will ensure the timely movement of items from the store to the end user. When issuing items from the store, he/she ensure a waybill is prepared, authorised and signed to validate the movement in compliance with Save the Children procedures.
 S/he will update bin-cards for all items in the store on a weekly basis.
 S/he will ensure the appropriate filing of GDN/GRNs and bin cards.
 S/he will prepare by the 5th of the following month a monthly Warehouse report for verification by his/her line manager.
 S/he will ensure that any items disposed from the stores are done so in compliance with Save the Children procedures.
Ensure all staff have updated personal forms for assets
Cleaning and filling of all department’s files.
Re-tagging of all assets.
Assisting in capturing mileages from log books in order to prepare monthly fuel cost analysis.



SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)



Accountability:

Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the broader team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and take responsibility for their own personal development
Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale
Collaboration:

Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, managers, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency
Commitment to Save the Children values


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·         Minimum of Advanced Diploma material management, procurement, accounts or related  fields
·         At least minimum of one year experience in the same or related position
·         Volunteering experience in an international NGO is an added advantage.
·         Strong interpersonal and team skills,
·         Experience in supply chain management in procurement, transport and distribution, warehouse and stock management.
·         Excellent IT skills.
·         Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles.
·         Available for the full three month period.
Commitment  to  and  understanding  of  Save  the  Children’s  vision, mission and values including rights-based approaches
Fluency in written and spoken English. 


Location: Kigoma- Tanzania , Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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LOGISTICS OFFICER

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.

ROLE PURPOSE: To be  responsible for the overall logistics operations at field office which includes fleet management, support in logistics and procurement planning, store management and distribution of relief items, local procurement using value for money and cost effective approach, assets and inventory management inline with SC Tanzania’s logistics policies and procedures. Support other field office for all the similar functions as and when required.

As a member of the Support Services team, the Logistics officer will work collaboratively with Logistics team in Dar to ensure good coordination, communication, planning, and customer service to staff and the programme, including providing cover for, and support to others and undertaking duties as delegated by his line manager.



SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Emergency Response  Field Manager and  dotted to Logistics Manager

Dimensions:

Staff directly reporting to this post: Drivers and Office Attendant

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



The below functions must be carried out in compliance with the in-country ‘Systems Guidelines’ and the ‘Global Policies and Procedures’ with specific reference to the sections on Procurement, Transport and Fleet  Management, Stores Management, Child Protection and The Fraud Policy of Save the Children.

Logistics and Procurement:

Support program in developing procurement plans for the projects by necessary inputs
Maintain supplier database and framework agreements for timely procurement in coordination with Logistics Manager and ERM
Support team in raising Procurement Requisition (PR) by providing necessary inputs about the items availability, prices and terms
Review and input Procurement Requisition (PR) into the tracking database (daily basis).
Float RFQs for procurement of items as per PR as per the delegation limit for field procurement are set by country management
Prepare the CBA’s in the prescribed format and make recommendation for purchase, incorporating the relevant criteria (price, quality, specification, delivery, reputation, etc) and value for money by involving procurement committee (as available).
Prepare the LPO for supplies and ensure the data is accurately transferred from the CBA.
Follow up with suppliers to confirm receipt of LPO and state of order
Receive all items to the store by crosschecking the receipt against the LPO, by signing the GDN of the supplier, by preparing a Save the Children GRN.
Ensure that the quality and quantity of items received are in line with LPO and sample before signing GRN
Ensure the timely movement of items from the store to the end user. When issuing items from the store, he/she ensure a waybill is prepared, authorized and signed to validate the movement in compliance with Save the Children procedures.
Manage and maintain the stocks and assets records and assets disposal (mobile devices, laptops, phones … etc). at field level in coordination with country office and as per disposal policy 
Update the finance department with the assets/stocks lists and records as and when required for audit compliance 
Prepare and provide the logistics report to logistics, program and finance
Maintain access to the stores and ensure the keys are kept safely at all times.
Prepare by the 5th of the following month a monthly Warehouse report for verification by his/her line manager.
Ensure that any items disposed from the stores are done so in compliance with Save the Children procedures.
Support field teams in distribution of relief items and maintain stock register for all supplies and goods
Ensure all staff have updated personal forms for assets
Re-tagging of all assets.


Fleet Management;



Manage and be accountable for the vehicle fleet, ordering and inventory management of all vehicle related parts and consumables at field level, including fuel and fuel consumption for office vehicles
Ensure that all vehicles carry the required on-board documentation and that all documents are kept current (including insurance). Inspect and record condition of vehicles, by maintaining weekly checklists file and ensuring that Vehicles log books are accurately filled·
Consolidate fleet performance reports and forward to Logistics Manager
Ensure all vehicles are properly cleaned on daily basis and ensure that all vehicles are secure when not in use.
Carry out regular training to all drivers on basic vehicle mechanic skills, daily vehicle inspection and coach and guide on speed limits and other controls. Discuss the car track report with driver and any violation for future improvements to minimize risks
Evaluate, manage and monitor drivers.


Safety and Security:



Act as Safety and Security focal person at field level and provide appropriate advice to staff as and when required. Coordinate with UNHCR and other agencies safety and security officers and maintain logs of security issues and share with relevant staff at field and country office.


Provide any other support to field office as assigned by the manager



SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)



Accountability:

Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the broader team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities


Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and take responsibility for their own personal development
Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale


Collaboration:

Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, managers, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.


Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks


Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency
Commitment to Save the Children values


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Minimum of  Diploma in material management, procurement, accounts or related  fields
At least minimum of one year experience in the same or related position
Volunteering experience in an international NGO is an added advantage.
Strong interpersonal and team skills,
Experience in supply chain management in procurement, transport and distribution, warehouse and stock management.
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles.
Available for the full five month period.
Commitment  to  and  understanding  of  Save  the  Children’s  vision, mission and values including rights-based approaches


Fluency in written and spoken English. 


 Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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HUMANITARIAN MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY & LEARNING (MEAL) COORDINATOR

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

ROLE PURPOSE:

The job holder will be responsible for coordinating Humanitarian Response Programme monitoring, evaluation, accountability & learning efforts in Kigoma and ensure high quality programming for Refugee children, youth, partners and donors.   In close collaboration with the Emergency response Manager and Emergency Field manager as well as thematic Coordinators, the MEAL Coordinator will play leading role in coordinating the implementation of strategies to ensure proper planning, implementation, monitoring & evaluation of the Response projects and the timely dissemination of best practices & lessons learned. The MEAL Coordinator will also be responsible to lead in coordinating MEAL related activities of other for all the projects being implemented by Save the Children (SC in Kigoma).  She/he is responsible to ensure that the delivery of the programs is in line with SCI’s Minimum Operating Standards, donor requirement, SC MEAL essential standard and specific programmatic approaches designed by the Donor and Response Quality Bench Marks.

SCOPE OF ROLE:  The position is under the line management of the Emergency Response Manager and is directly reporting to this post. The MEAL coordinator will also have dotted line management to the Country programme’s MEAL Advisor. This post has direct coordination role of all program teams to get the monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning tasks of projects and programs performed appropriately so as to contribute to achieve the organizational goal and objectives.

Reports to:  Emergency Response Manager.  

Staff directly reporting to this post: MEAL officers.

KEY  DUTIES &  RESPONSIBILITIES

-        Lead on monitoring and improving the synergy and integration of sectors to enhance delivery of outstanding results for children and their communities

-     Design and implement participatory and result based MEAL system that will generate timely information and feedback to project counterparts at all levels, and to management and donors

-     Lead the development of the MEAL plan for all the Awards in the Humanitarian Response.

-     Leading and/or coordinating research aspects of the project including taking an active role in framing research questions and development, adaptation and testing of monitoring & evaluation and TORs

-     Develop and implement a work plan for rolling out the MEAL system at program and field office level

-     Provide technical support to Programme manager/project Officer on implementing M&E plan, Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) & Logical Framework

-     Support project staff to collect good quality monitoring data in a timely manner and collect / organize data received for reporting to the country office and area office

-     Closely work with the MEAL team in Kigoma region and Dar el Salam   based  programme staff on the design and roll-out of standardised monitoring tools and methodologies

-     Provide technical support for the identification of appropriate indicators and relevant data sources, and the development of data collection systems and tools for the programs

-     Coordinate and oversee the development and maintenance of appropriate databases to accurately track data collected from various interventions across program activities

-     Building the capacities of field office staffs on the application of the various MEAL tools and providing day-to-day technical assistance to them in the implementation of the tools, including onsite support

-     Compile and produce quality organizational reports as per the donor and partners requirements; documentation/sharing of success stories, best practices and lessons learned on a regular basis

-     Ensure that regular reports are generated from monitoring data and that findings are communicated effectively to appropriate persons and units

-     Undertake field visit to monitor and supervise project implementation, identify bottlenecks and success stories

-     Supporting project teams to implement baseline, mid-term and final evaluations, as well as country-level data analysis and participate in formative & operation researches, joint projects monitoring and reviews / lessons learning workshops/events

-     Lead on accountability activities, including the development and use of information materials and the establishment of a pilot complaints response mechanism

-     Serves as focal person for the implementation of Knowledge Management and Learning (KML) and child safeguarding policies/procedures

-     Promote learning throughout the area office, particularly on issues of programme quality. Regularly produce and report on best practices and case studies

-     Ensure that children, women and other vulnerable community members are included in all MEAL activities

-     Work with communication manager or officer to document and share progress and achievements of the programs in the region

-     Perform other duties as and when delegated by the line manager

SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

-     Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values

-     Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved

Ambition:

-     Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same

-     Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others

-     Future orientated, thinks strategically

Collaboration:

-     Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters

-     Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength

-     Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.

Creativity:

-     Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions

-     Willing to take disciplined risks

Integrity:

-     Honest, encourages openness and transparency

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

-     BA/MSc degree in an area of social work or any other related fields.  

-     At least 4 years experience of working in M&E with experience of developing M&E plans, training staff, capacity building, quantitative and qualitative data collection, analysis and reporting and/or other aspects of M&E in both emergency and development contexts, preferably with solid experience in more than one of the Save the Children priority sectors: Education  in Emergencies, CPiE, Child rights governance, , Health and Nutrition, and emergencies

-     Experience in setting up and managing M&E systems, preferably in NGO setting

-     Knowledge and/or experience of working on accountability initiatives, such as child participation, information sharing and complaints response mechanisms.

-     MS Office applications, Word, Excel, Power Point, Spread sheets and other Statistical software

-     Ability and willingness to travel to field sites and work in remote locations, often for prolonged periods of time

-     Experience in and proven ability to support, train and mentor staff and partners in monitoring and evaluation methodology

-     Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching

-     Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mind sets

-     Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner

-     Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methods

-     Fluency in English, Kiswahili (both verbal and written) French and Kirundi will be an added advantage.

-     Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children strategy, vision, mission, values and principles, good understanding and commitment to principles of child rights and child protection

Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING (MEAL) OFFICER

ChildSafeguarding:

Level 3:  the role holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work in country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process of staff.

ROLE PURPOSE:

The Emergency MEAL Officer takes the overall responsibility of operationalizing the MEAL system and SCI MEAL approach in emergency programmes.  The post-holder will be expected to lead on MEAL system implementation including monitoring of program quality, rolling out accountability initiatives, supporting program evaluations and leading on area MEAL budgeting. S/he will be expected to lead MEAL capacity building of emergency programme staff and partners.



SCOPE OF ROLE:



Reports to:  MEAL Coordinator



Dimensions:  Due to political unrest in Burundi high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of DRC, Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian refugee population in Tanzania is over 175,000 of which over 50% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection, education and youth empowerment/ livelihoods programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response.



Staff directly reporting to this post: None

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Together with the MEAL Team and in collaboration with the Programme Managers and partners, the MEAL  Officer will be responsible for establishing and promoting the use of MEAL systems to ensure that the  Emergency team  and Regional Office:

Is informed on the extent to which both the emergency response and development interventions are affecting the lives of the targeted populations.
Receives regular, timely and context-specific, meaningful feedback from our community members (who are or are not targeted by our interventions) partners, staff and that feedback effectively informs and signals areas where strategic attention is required.
There is evidence-based knowledge on the positive and negative impact that both the emergency response and development interventions are having over the communities where SCI works


Program Monitoring, Assessments, Evaluations and Reporting

Lead the MEAL team in supporting  the  emergency programmes, regional  office in measuring achievement and progress toward program goals and results as well as development of MEAL systems for all projects;
Develop and maintain the Indicator Performance Tracking Tool and Output tracker per award and  the entire project providing updates on a monthly basis
Lead roll out of a robust accountability strategy, and MEAL systems and processes to measure achievement and progress towards achieving project objectives/outcomes and results/outputs against indicators (indicator performance tracker tables, quality checklists, etc.).
Lead monitoring of program quality using quality bench marks and ensure that findings are shared with relevant stakeholders and explicitly fed back into programme decision making, incorporating accountability and learning. 
Ensure implementation and integration of regular monitoring systems in the area programme and at various levels of programme implementation (monitoring of inputs, outputs, outcomes, etc.);
Contribute to child-focused and child-led programme implementation, by ensuring children’s participation, reporting back to children, and child-led M&E in the area;
Maintain a tracker of all program improvement actions bringing to the attention of the area SMT key program improvement issues that need action and appropriately sharing them with the MEAL Manager in the region Office.
Support internal and external program/project evaluations as necessary and ensure establishment of  project baseline data for all projects;
Lead the management of information systems and roll out of mobile data collection;
Lead compilation of data and reporting on, SCI global indicators and total reach reports


Partner Management

Contribute to identify the capacity of present and potential partners in quality programming and ensure that MEAL support is provided;
Ensure that MEAL aspects of programmes implemented by existing partners are enforced.


Accountability and Organisational Learning

Support the MEAL Manager with learning activities.  For instance, support planning of program Review workshops, prepare lessons learnt reports;
Ensure participation of beneficiaries and children in monitoring and evaluating Save the Children development/emergency projects and programmes. This includes roll out of Complaints and Response Mechanism (CRM);
Ensure accountability systems are established engaging beneficiaries and stakeholders in evaluations, impact assessments and research.


Representation and Advocacy



Ensure that Save the Children's work is coordinated with efforts of other agencies and government, and support Interagency Coordination forums, advocating for the specific needs of children.  Participate in Interagency coordinated joint MEAL activities (for instance, inter-agency RTEs);
Contribute to communications and media work as required, including verifying and ensuring the relevancy of case studies and programme success stories.
Staff Management, Mentorship, and Development

Ensure that all staff understand and are able to perform their role in both emergency and development contexts;
Building capacity and knowledge of staff and partners on MEAL systems, strengthening organisational knowledge and understanding of effective programming through networking, experience sharing and searching for innovative ideas;
Identify training needs of staff in respect to applying monitoring plans/tools; collect, analysis and report on findings periodically and conduct trainings to address the capacity gaps;
Support the development of an organisational culture that reflects our dual mandate values, promotes accountability and high performance, encourages a team culture of learning, creativity and innovation, and frees up our people to deliver outstanding results for children and excellent customer service for our members and donors.  


COMPETENCIES AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)



Applying Technical and Professional Expertise:

Makes decisions based on professional expertise and experience without deferring unnecessarily to others
Shares knowledge and best practice on technical solutions so that others can make best use of that expertise
·         Actively seeks new ways to develop the application of technical and professional standards within the team


Developing self and others:

Gives regular positive and constructive feedback to others
Identifies clear development needs and development
plans through regular constructive reviews of their own performance (and their team’s where appropriate)
Creates space for others to learn and provides challenging and stretching tasks and assignments when people are ready for them
Coaches others to learn from their experiences on the job and to use the resources available to them


Problem Solving and Decision Making:

Gathers the right information and uses critical thinking to make effective and timely decisions
Knows when to involve others in a decision
Demonstrates awareness of the wider external influences that impact on decision making
Analyses and exercises judgment in challenging situations in the absence of specific guidance or knowledge of the full facts
Evaluates the opportunities and risks of each idea and solution to make informed strategic decisions
Working effectively with others

Actively listens to new and different perspectives and experiences of those they work with
Proactively supports team members and trusts their capabilities
Demonstrates understanding of their skills and how they complement those of others within diverse teams and groups
Clarifies their role and responsibilities within the team to maximise impact


Delivering Results

Delivers timely and appropriate results using available resources
Takes responsibility for their work and its impact on others
Plans, prioritises and performs tasks well without needing direct supervision
Understands the link between their work and the organisation’s objectives


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

A degree in an area of social development or equivalent.
Minimum three years practical experience in M&E system coordination/implementation in a large international non-governmental organisation or other international relief/development body;
Demonstrable track-record in data tracking and evaluation, with the ability to support staff and partners on M&E methodology and analyse and disseminate complex information to a range of stakeholder audiences;
Well-developed research, analytical (qualitative and quantitative), documentation and  report-writing and skills, with particular competency in participatory research methods;
Ability to write clear and well-argued assessment and project reports. A high level of written and spoken English
Computer literacy, particularly in Word, Excel, Statistical Packages and PowerPoint;
Excellent planning, coordination, and reporting skills, with the ability to organise a substantial workload comprised of complex, diverse tasks and responsibilities;
Strong communication and interpersonal skills in English, with experience working in multicultural, multi location, values driven teams;
Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children International’s aims, values and principles
Information Communication Technology literate
Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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PROPOSAL AND REPORT WRITER AND COORDINATOR - HUMANITARIAN

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:

Level 3:  the role holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work in country programs; or are visiting country programs; ore because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.



ROLE PURPOSE:



The Humanitarian Proposal and Report Writer and Coordinator leads in the development of proposals, concept notes, and reports for the humanitarian unit. The role will ensure that programmes are developed using an integrated, cross-sectoral approach, and reflect the level of humanitarian need and the country office capacity to deliver.  This role will lead on the development of proposals, and support the delivery of timely and quality reports to Save the Children Members and donors.



The post-holder is also expected to work closely with the programme teams, PDQ, Finance and Awards Management Team to ensure that proposals, reports, and projects are developed and implemented in compliance with donor requirements. The role will have frequent contact with Save the Children Members and is expected to mentor and/or capacity build existing country programme staff on both proposal development and report writing for various stakeholders including working groups, Members (Sitreps), Government, UNHCR etc...



SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Emergency Response Manager

Number of direct reports: non

External Representation: Interpersonal contact regular and varied, involves negotiation and representation at humanitarian coordination level and with consortia/other partners

Travel: Frequent (over 6 days per month)





KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



Develop concept notes and proposals

Pro-actively seek donor intelligence on prospective new funding opportunities or partnerships
Disseminate information on new funding opportunities from bilateral, multi-lateral, and other institutional donors
Set and track proposal development timelines, and ensure coordination amongst teams (Program Development and Quality (PDQ), Operations, Finance, Human Resource, Security, Awards and external stakeholders where relevant)
Provide direct input, guidance and support to proposal development teams for high-value or complex proposals or bids
Carry out field visits, meetings and workshops necessary to develop and finalize proposals
Coordinate the development of concept notes and funding proposals; including log frames, budgets, work plans and procurement plans.
Gather information from technical advisors and other relevant team members, assessment teams and sitreps and other relevant sources necessary for drafting proposals and budgets.
Consult relevant technical advisors on specific programme interventions and proactively advise for development of new initiatives.
Provide skilled editorial assistance: edit and proofread drafts of proposals, including making editorial recommendations.
Finalize, package and submit proposals to donors on time according to donor specifications and deadlines and Save the Children quality standards.
Mentor and/capacity build existing programme staff on both proposal development and reporting
Carry out field visits, meetings and workshops necessary to develop and finalize proposals.
Support field team in finalizing and editing and finalization of various reports due to donors, members, government and stakeholders
Support in developing case studies, success stories, newsletter and good practices documentation and marketing/visibility material
Work with the MEAL to help coordinate needs assessments, ensuring that findings are documented and feed into baselines for the response MEAL framework.


Coordination with donors

•  Ensure key contacts, required formats and donor strategies are kept up-to-date at the country office level for all humanitarian response

•  Ensure funding and opportunity tracker is current and in line with the humanitarian unit strategy

•  Cultivate excellent working relationships with donor agencies in collaboration indicated by the line manager,

•  Cultivate excellent working relationships with SC members at head office and regional level, and ensure consistent updates and feedback opportunities

•  Represent the humanitarian team in relevant donor fora, workshops and conferences where new business development opportunities can be formulated, as indicated by the line manager

•  Develop program and donor briefs; propositional concept notes and essential donor fact sheets.

•  Contribute to donor mapping and monitoring on prospective new funding opportunities or partnerships.

•  Disseminate information on new funding opportunities from bilateral, multi-lateral, and other institutional donors



Ensure good practice in terms of due diligence

Work with the Awards Management team to maintain proper records and filing of final submissions and approved proposals
Work with the Awards Management team, PDQ and humanitarian programme teams to ensure timely, high quality reporting from humanitarian interventions.
Ensure that gender equality markers, child safeguarding checks; Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and learning (MEAL) frameworks and other key cross cutting program elements have been taken into account for all proposals.
Ensure all proposal and concept note submissions to donors are reviewed and approved by the relevant people.
Contribute to any review, meeting related to awards management when necessary (grant reviews, kick off meeting…).
Facilitate project design sessions and proposal team meetings


BEHAVIOURS (Values in Practice)

Accountability:

holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved.
Ambition:

sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same
widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale.
Collaboration:

builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
Creativity:

develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
willing to take disciplined risks.
Integrity:

honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity




QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE



Master degree on relevant subject or equivalent field experience
3 to 5 years’ substantial experience working with a humanitarian/ development organisation
Experience in leading development of large-scale or strategic proposals, including the development of project budgets greater than $1 million.
Previous experience of project management and project cycle management, including project design, implementation and evaluation
Demonstrable competence in proposal and report writing, including experience of budgeting
Good understanding of donor compliance and Save the Children reporting mechanisms and requirements
Demonstrated monitoring and evaluation skills
Proven capacity to deliver training and coach staff
Strong representational skills
Ability to work calmly under pressure in a rapidly changing context
Ability to be adaptable and flexible
Ability and willingness to travel regularly into the field
Ability to analyze information, evaluate options and to think and plan strategically
Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies
Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Fluency in English, both verbal and written to produce end quality proposal and reports- required.
Commitment to Save the Children International values.


Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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YOUTH EMPOWERMENT AND LIVELIHOOD OFFICER

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

ROLE PURPOSE:

Save the Children is to initiate the Youth Empowerment & Livelihood programme in the refugees and local communities in Kigoma region. With support from PM/YELA, the YELO will play a key role in the start-up and implementation of planned project activities linking with a wide range of beneficiaries, communities and local structures. The YELO will be responsible for ensuring timely and quality implementation, monitoring and reporting against established indicators towards achieving project objectives as presented in the project Application document. The will be responsible for provision of sound technical leadership at the field level providing guidance to youth and partner.

SCOPE OF ROLE:



Reports to: Youth empowerment and Livelihood Advisor



Staff reporting to this post: Partner  project staff



Budget Responsibilities: Non



KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:



Project Implementation and Delivery

Work closely with the Programme Manager/Coordinator/YELA in the development and implementation of the programme ensure that the programme approaches, objectives, goals and activities are well understood and implemented accordingly in collaboration with communities, children, government authorities, partners and other stakeholders.
Ensure that all planned activities are implemented on time, to quality measures and within budget as per the monthly plan.
Follow up and ensure that implementation of the project activities is in accordance to the timeframe and donor compliance
Develop month/weekly project activity budgets, work plans and review them regularly in consultation with the PM/PC/YELA to ensure effective implementation of proposed project activities.
With the support of the Programme Manager/Coordinator/YELA organize and conduct trainings in line with SC technical guidelines on Youth skills training and Livelihood related matters with respective project stakeholders in area of operation.
Provide technical support and guidance to the partners, youths and communities as required.
Collaborate with field extension workers to ensure that peer mentoring and tutoring groups among target beneficiaries are established and supported to strengthen learning of key project issues
Work with and support project members in creating community awareness on the importance of education and Livelihood to children and youths particularly girl’s child
Assessment, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

Carry out regular supportive field visits, monitoring and measure and report on achievement and progress towards project objectives and results.
In collaboration with MEAL  department ensure that data are systematically gathered in participatory manner and analysed to generate useful information to track project progress
Strengthen communication, information sharing and collaboration at all levels to ensure ownership and sustainability of the project.
Completion of project reporting requirements in line with the set MEAL framework, Save the Children and donor requirements.
Ensure documentation and dissemination of good practices within the project and across the organization.
Support  the partners, youths and communities in identifying and addressing technical gaps in planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of projects, in coordination with quality programmes team
Collect field data and build technical capacity of partners to produce top class donor reports of projects related to education and Livelihood, by working with MEAL and Award Management teams
Contribute in writing narrative reports as required by donors to reflect achievements of projects
Carry out extensive field visits to document observations and experiences and share them with the PM/PC/YELA


Advocacy, Representation and Networking

Establish and maintain strong working relationship with youths, camp structure, local government authority and other organisation.
Collect and gather evidence based project information/photos and share with your Supervisor for communication and advocacy purposes.
Actively participate in field and district meetings relevant to the project profiling SC’s work in the area.
Ensure good working relationships are developed and maintained with relevant local government departments, communities, youth, partner and other stakeholders in the project.
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)



Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

University Bachelor degree or equivalent in  or social sciences or related field
Experience in community development projects with focus on youth income based and livelihood projects
Exposure to NGO project design and delivery: at least 2 years working on youth skills development or livelihood projects.
Demonstrated experience of developing and managing relationships through local partners both government and non-governmental organizations as  well as target communities
Demonstrated experience of working with and strengthening the capacity of government and local community to deliver improved results.
Commitment to the Save the Children values and ability to sign the Child Safeguarding Policy, Anti-theft and Anti-Bribery policies
Experience in community mobilization, facilitation/training around child rights, child protection, and child participation
Commitment to the Save the Children values and willingness to abide by Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy.
Good interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation
Ability to read, write and speak in English and Kiswahili.
Have a general understanding of the child rights issues in Tanzania and some of the current challenges facing youth in the country.
DESIRABLE:

Cultural awareness and ability to work well in local environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mind sets
Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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YOUTH EMPOWERMENT AND LIVELIHOOD ADVISOR

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people

ROLE PURPOSE:

Save the Children International - Tanzania is seeking a qualified Youth Empowerment and Livelihoods advisor to support the design and implementation of its new Youth Empowerment and livelihoods programme activities in Kigoma region and across Tanzania.

The Youth Empowerment and livelihoods programming in Kigoma region - north western Tanzania will include cash programming, small business development, agricultural and livestock programming. Programming will have a strong protection and gender focus; working with youth both boys and girls.  The Youth Empowerment and Livelihoods Advisor, will provide technical support to the effective and successful design, implementation, and monitoring & evaluation and ensure that they meet appropriate standards (SPHERE Standard, LEGS, Protection Principles and Cluster guidelines) of all livelihoods programming in project locations. Enhancing personal and economic development of youth-by increasing access to market based education and skills training, agricultural and livestock extension and related services through ICT approaches including mobile services, video, radio etc. as well as traditional approaches (farmer field schools) as well as increasing access to financial services (e.g. financial literacy, generating savings, and access to credit and use of digital payment systems for Cash transfer programming)

SCOPE OF ROLE:

Reports to: Director of Programme Implementation/Emergency Response manager 

Staff directly reporting to this post: Youth Empowerment and Livelihoods staff.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Programme Implementation /Emergency response Manager:

Programe development and Implementation

The Youth Empowerment and Livelihoods Advisor will be expected to:-

Support strategy development, learning and program design for the SC Youth Empowerment and  livelihood programme in Tanzania
Provide strategic guidance and best practice in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of SC Youth Empowerment and livelihood activities Ensure Youth empowerment and livelihoods activities are designed and implemented in a way that is gender sensitive and promotes empowerment of the youth both Boys and Girls.
Build the capacity of SC  Youth Empowerment and livelihoods staff and implementing partners, train and mentor staff to improve their skills in proposal development
In collaboration with MEAL department, ensure that project data are systematically gathered in participatory manner and analysed to generate useful information to track progress and quality in project delivery.
Develop cash transfer programming mechanisms for fast track, transparent and safe cash transfer inline with good practices of cash transfer programming for livelihoods
Lead in design and conducting market assessments, market analysis, price monitoring and impact of cash transfers and livelihoods programming for both refugees and hosts
Work with other partners in market development and standardization of business and vocational training programs as per the needs of refugees and host communities.
Contribute actively to external coordination and advocacy in Youth empowerment and livelihoods, representing SC - Tanzania
Coordinate and collaborate with other players in Youth empowerment and livelihoods programming while working closely with our partners as well as SC program management staff.
Work with awards team and develop new concept notes and proposals for program growth and development. Coordinate with other stakeholders for common approaches and working together for new ideas, innovation, pilots etc…

Human Resources

Line management of SCI Youth empowerment and livelihoods  project staff
Participate in the recruitment, selection and development of project staff as required
Prepare performance objectives together with program staffs and give the necessary feedback, follow up and support to improve staff performance.  


Monitoring and Reporting

Develop and facilitate appropriate and effective use of program monitoring systems to enable assessment of both the programme  process and impact and to ensure delivery of results for youth in both refugee and host communities
Coordinate with Programme staff the  preparations and submission of  implementation reports, weekly, monthly or other periodical reports for SCI and funding partners
.Reporting  on progress and documentation of best practices


Support in development of communication materials, case studies and advocacy initiatives.


Coordination and Networking

Working closely with the Field Managers/ERM, develop partnerships to leverage resources, ensure adequate coverage in the programme delivery and participate in relevant joint assessments.
Represent SCI Youth Empowerment and Livelihoods  programme in development and humanitarian coordination forums including Food security and livelihood cluster/ Education and Child Protection Working Group meetings , working closely to address issues related to strategic planning, responsibilities of sector partners, and joint advocacy.


SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Ambition:

Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity:

Honest, encourages openness and transparency




QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Masters in international development, agronomics or related field and significant experience in Youth development and empowerment/livelihood-related field
At least 7 years of experience in resilience/livelihood related field, particularly in designing and implementing programing in agriculture, livestock, small business development and/or cash transfers in fragile states emergency or development context.
At least 3 years of experience in youth empowerment/ livelihood/Cash transfer programming related field, particularly in designing and implementing programing in market related business skills, agriculture, livestock, small business development and/or cash programming in development and humanitarian context.
At least 2 years working in consortia or multi-stakeholder or multi-country programs.
Past experience conducting sectoral assessments/mappings/analysis, documentation of lessons learned, best practices, and compelling write-up of results
A strong track record working with national partner organizations
Experience in strategy, program, and/or proposal development.
Extensive experience working with coordination mechanisms, including the Working Group and Cluster system
Demonstrated training and technical advisory skills, seasoned in capacity-building of national staff
Technical competencies in livelihoods and cash / income generation programming
Ability to lead on market assessments using EMMA and other tools
Strong understanding of gender dynamics within Cash and livelihoods programming and an ability to advise on and develop strategic initiatives to improve gender role and economic positioning within the programme sector
Advanced computer skills such as excel, power point and other analysis tools.
Proficiency in English language, both verbal and written
Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

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CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

Purpose of Role:



Introduction

Save the Children International in Tanzania is a full–spectrum country programme and as such equal priority will be given to both humanitarian and development work.  This is the only way we will be able to ensure that some of the fundamental rights that we believe children have, such as survival, safety and constant access to protection and education can be guaranteed. As part of a commitment to work with children through humanitarian interventions, Save the Children will support programmes in both sudden onset, such as the current Burundi response situation as well as in chronic emergency situations

The country office has a portfolio of construction projects in support of Emergency Education and Child Protection programmes in the refugee response to the Burundi crisis. Temporary learning spaces and Child Friendly Spaces in multiple locations in the refugee camps are in need of rehabilitation and further new structures are planned.
The main purpose of the role is to provide technical input and construction supervision over the quality of the education construction projects, taking particular care to minimise earthquake risk, while ensuring compliance with the objectives of the Ministry of Home Affairs and UNHCR.
Provide also management skills and capacity building support to the logistics and construction teams on the ground.
Maintain a database of all the projects, actions required and the progress by contractors and construction teams.
Set up reporting mechanism to remotely monitor projects, to include checklists and photographic reports.
Reports to:



The Construction Manager will report directly to the Emergency Response Manager  
Responsibilities:



Act as Save the Children Focal Point for construction, coordinating with other agencies and MHA including UNHCR, DRC, Refugee labour teams and construction contractors, and Save the Children Logistics.
Act as Project Manager for the construction projects, ensuring all contract documentation is correct, specifications and drawings meet standards, including change control mechanism and completion certificates.
Ensure the Risk Management plan is updated and maintained
Prepare and oversee programme design and implementation, maintaining a progress tracker for all projects to ensure timely delivery of programme activities to budget.
Directly manage Refugee labour teams, including the hiring of any further supervisors as necessary.
Capacity building of refugee labour and internal SC staff (logistics) in principles of Save the Children safe construction.
Work with Sectoral Technical Advisors eg. Education, Child Protection and Field Managers to ensure that programmes are budgeted and resourced to deliver appropriate quality works.
Assist in the assessment of existing structures targeted for repair; advise of likely repairs required and prepare detailed specifications/BOQs/Plan of Work.
Develop quality drawings, specifications and Bills of Quantities as required.
Coordinate with logistics to decide on procurement methodologies for construction works.
Review contractual documentation for construction work (in coordination with Logistics).
Report regularly on construction progress using standardised templates to programme leads.
Prepare and manage documentation to support final handover of completed construction projects; ensure community/government involvement.
Represent Save the Children in various shelter/ construction platforms.
Any other works as deemed necessary by the Emergency Response Manager and Director of Programme Implementation.
Core Behaviours:



Accountability

Holds his/herself accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Creates a managerial environment to lead, enable and maintain our culture of child safeguarding
Ambition

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same
·         Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
·         Future orientated, thinks strategically
Collaboration

Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.
Creativity

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Integrity

Honest, encourages openness and transparency, builds trust and confidence
Displays consistent good judgement


Qualifications and Experience:



At least 5 years of professional experience in construction supervision with proven ability for site supervision in hardship duty station, with illustrated progressively responsible functions and up to date membership of the national Engineering licencing authority, or equivalent.
Prior experience of working within a complex country programme in an emergency response.
Education to MA/MSc/MEng or equivalent in Architecture, Civil or Structural engineering.
Previous experience of managing a team.
Previous experience of programme management across multiple sites.
Commitment to, thorough understanding of, and able to train staff in participation and accountability approaches.
Proficiency in computer software such as excel, word, architectural / engineering drafting software (CAD or similar).
Ability to write clear assessment and project reports.
Excellent communication skills.
Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy.
A high level of written and spoken English and French OR Swahili.
The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in challenging working circumstances.
Commitment to the aims and principles of Save the Children. In particular, a good understanding of the SC mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support.
Ability to use GPS equipment and GIS software and the ability to produce digital maps, site plans is an asset.


 Location: Kigoma region, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

APPLY ONLINE
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