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Top 3 Humanitarian Jobs of the Day: 21 Feb. 2018

Wednesday, Feb 21, 2018
by Humanitarian Institute


"Be what you are. Do what you love. Speak what you feel. Don't hide your humanity. Celebrate it. Embrace it. That is how you change the world." Vironika Tugaleva

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Disaster Ready Program Manager, Save the Children, Vanuatu

Your chance to shake it up. Save the Children are forever adapting in order to provide the greatest level of impact where it is needed the most. Questioning processes from the bottom to the top, you will seek to develop the optimum strategy to increase the level of disaster preparedness and humanitarian capability in the region.  Your inspiring leadership style will see your motivated teams meet ambitious targets and provide long term benefits for Vanuatu.

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Senior Training Advisor, This Life, Cambodia

Reporting to the Children and Families Section Lead, the Senior Training Advisor will lead the development of a curriculum to develop best practice/quality social work practice in the field of reintegration in Cambodia. This curriculum will be delivered to partner organisations across the Family Care First network and will be based upon Cambodian reintegration guidelines.

The Senior Training Advisor will work with all stakeholders in order to identify capacity development requirements and ensure that the training meets these varying needs. The Lead Trainer will ensure the inclusion of relevant supporting documentation (legislation, regulations, standards, etc) for the Cambodian context. This curriculum will be reviewed for functionality, scalability and impact amongst participants as part of a view to expand its reach and efficacy.

The position is based Siem Reap or Phnom Penh with travel required across three provinces in Cambodia. TLC Employees are offered a competitive salary based on experience. The package also includes savings scheme, health and accident insurance, and a telephone allowance.

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International Programs Officer, Islamic Relief, Australia

The role:

  1. A One year maternity leave contract.
  2. Working with IRAUS programs manager to identify project proposals that are in line with IRAUS’ strategy and fundraising aims.
  3. Appraising project proposals and budget notes to ensure they are of a high standard for funding.
  4. Working with departments within IRAUS to manage the project funding process
  5. Maintaining records of all projects funded by IRAUS.
  6. Conducting participatory monitoring and evaluation on projects in multiple countries and preparing subsequent reports with conclusions and recommendations.
  7. Working closely with Communications and Fundraising staff to provide them with accurate and good quality information about projects, regions, themes and issues for public dissemination.
  8. Attending and contributing to meetings and working groups on behalf of IRAUS within the Australian aid sector and within the Islamic Relief.

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