Job Board

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Catholic Relief Services is Recruiting a Program Director for the 4Children Program in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

4Children, led by Catholic Relief Services (CRS), is implementing a USAID/PEPFAR Project for children and families affected by HIV and other adversities in the DRC. 4Children seeks to strengthen HIV Sensitive Social Welfare System for Vulnerable Children by building the capacity of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Humanitarian Action, and National Solidarity (MINAS) at the national level (MINAS National Capacity Building Project) and strengthening households socio-economic capacity for children and families affected by HIV in selected health zones of Kinshasa (Kinshasa Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Household Socio-Economic Strengthening Project).

4Children is seeking a Program Director who will lead a team to achieve the project objectives, coordinate operational implementation, support daily management and coordination of project staff, and provide technical expertise and support.

For more information, and to apply, please click here. 

UNICEF Call for Proposals: Use of Information Technology in Case Management for Child Protection in Emergencies

UNICEF Headquarters in New York is seeking an organization with strong and relevant experience to provide consultancy services to the Child Protection Section on the “Use of Information Technology in Case Management for Child Protection in Emergencies.” Focus countries include Nepal, Philippines, and Uganda.

Institutions are invited to submit a proposal by 10:00 AM EST, 04 September 2015.
For more information, and to submit a proposal, please click here.

 Elevate Children Funders Group: Funding stream analysis of residential care

The Elevate Children Funders Group is seeking a consultant to conduct a funding stream analysis in three low-income countries (Cambodia, Nepal, and Uganda) in order to get a clearer understanding for the role private and government funding plays in promoting (versus discouraging) different forms of family and alternative care and whether current funding streams are in line with international standards, mainly the UN Guidelines for Alternative Care. The analysis will see to answer the overarching questions: Do the current funding practices promote institutional care over more appropriate forms of family and community based care? Does funding act as a driver of institutional care?

Interested parties should respond to the request for proposal by September 30 2015.
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Catholic Relief Services is Recruiting a Knowledge Management and Communications Technical Advisor for its 4C Project

The 4C project will improve the health and well-being of orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV and other adversities by supporting systems and structures at country and regional levels for promoting evidence-based interventions to protect against risk, interrupt cycles of vulnerability, and build pathways to resilience leading to an AIDS Free Generation and contributing to overall improvements in quality of life and productivity in vulnerable children and their families. A major part of grant activities will be to generate and disseminate knowledge on issues and best practices. Key responsibilities of the Knowledge Management and Communications Officer include overseeing the knowledge management plan and platform of 4C and ensuring timely dissemination of quality and relevant information from a number of subprojects around the world.

For more information, and to apply, please click here. 

Catholic Relief Services Program Specialist: Keeping Children in Healthy and Protective Families (KCHPF)

The 4Children project aims in part to strengthen and build the evidence base for effective Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) programming through research and evaluation. Although the design of KCHPF in each country is still underway, a dedicated Program Specialist is needed to provide technical and administrative support to the project in the coming year. The tasks will vary as the project evolves, continually building on the evidence and learning of earlier activities and on changing demands that may occur in the environment. S/he assists senior and program staff to ensure a strong link between CRS global systems and services (e.g. finance, contracts, operations, and human resources) and the KCHPF project including liaising with USAID-DCOF, 4Children partners and country teams to support the smooth running of the project. This position requires strong demonstrated experience in the areas of project management and operations, consultant management as well as a strong knowledge of donor, especially USG contracts/grant agreements, and program support needs.  

For more information, and to apply, please click here.