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Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordinator at MDH NGO

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Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordinator  

Management and Development for Health (MDH) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to contribute to address public health priorities of the people of Tanzania and the world at large. These priorities include: communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Reproductive, Maternal, New-born and Child health (RMNCH); Nutrition; Non-Communicable Diseases of public health significance; as well as Health System Strengthening. MDH strongly believes in and works in partnership with various local and global institutions, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC); President’s Office Regional Authorities and Local Government (PORALG); donor agencies; academic and non-academic institutions;  implementing partners; civil society, community-based and faith-based organizations and others.

Management and Development for Health will be receiving funds from CDC on implementing Faith and Community based initiatives in Geita region. The FBO initiatives will focus on Men and Children case finding and strengthening justice for children. MDH now seeks to recruit the following position:

Position:  FAITH-BASED COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR 
Reports to:  REGIONAL PROJECT MANAGER
Region:        GEITA

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Duration:    1 year contract (1st October 2019 to 30th September 2020)

POSITION SCOPE: 
The Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordination has the key role of achieving our vision and goals.  This position is supposed to meaningfully engage diverse faith communities in building a community of equal opportunity. It is responsible for developing partnerships with congregations, faith leaders, and community groups in order to increase the involvement, awareness, and engagement of diverse faith communities and community based organizations in the two mentioned priorities.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The coordinator will serve as the first point of contact for all FBO subs to execute faith-based advocacy on men case finding and Justice strengthening for Children
Coordinate faith leaders involvement in FBO priorities, policy advocacy efforts, special events, and capacity building activities Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 jobs in Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 Ajira Coordinator at MDH NGO
Represent MDH in diverse faith communities through public speaking, presentations, and meetings.
Raise the profile of CDC/PEPFAR faith-based advocacy and organizing initiatives among interfaith communities
Support Faith Based Program on new initiative to strengthen neighbourhood-based relationships between social service agencies and faith-based institutions.
Cultivate and leverage relationships with interfaith and social justice in Geita region.
Work with the interfaith program to develop and maintain updated and accurate contact list of faithbased leaders and organizations
To supervise and coordinate all community outreach posts in the region
Develop and implement programs to build the leadership and advocacy capacity of faith leaders and faith-based member agencies
Perform administrative duties as needed by Faith and community programs and initiatives (e.g., setting up for meetings and events, ordering of photocopy jobs, phone calls, etc.)  Perform all other related duties as assigned by RPM/MDH Geita FBO focal.
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor degree in SOCIAL STUDIES and COMMUNITY /DEVELOPMENT STUDIES with a minimum of three year experience working with diverse faith-based organizations and communities;Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 jobs in Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 Ajira Coordinator at MDH NGO
Diploma or degree in Medical field and or public health is an added advantage
Experience and history of working with clergy and faith leaders, both as colleagues and a leader,
Strong commitment to PEPFAR FBO mission; deep understanding of the needs of faith-based institutions 
Hard working, able to address challenges; committed, flexible, self – motivated and full of initiative.
Excellent writing and speaking skills; experience facilitating meetings and workshops.
Track record of accomplishing goals and meeting deadlines
Experience and demonstrated success in setting goals and objectives, managing outcomes, and developing and using data to inform continuous improvement and decision making.Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 jobs in Coordinator at MDH NGO 2019 Ajira Coordinator at MDH NGO


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 E: hr@mdh-tz.org

Interested candidates for the above position should submit an application letter indicating clearly the position applied for, a detailed copy of their CV, and names and contact information (email addresses and telephone numbers) of three work related referees.

Applications should be submitted by Sunday 6th October, 2019, to the Human Resource Director through e-mail hr@mdh-tz.org  or dropped by hand at the MDH Head Office in Mikocheni, along Mwai Kibaki Road, Plot No. 802.
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Job Opportunity at MDH, Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordinator


Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordinator

Management and Development for Health (MDH) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to contribute to address public health priorities of the people of Tanzania and the world at large. These priorities include: communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Reproductive, Maternal, New-born and Child health (RMNCH); Nutrition; Non-Communicable Diseases of public health significance; as well as Health System Strengthening. MDH strongly believes in and works in partnership with various local and global institutions, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC); President’s Office Regional Authorities and Local Government (PORALG); donor agencies; academic and non-academic institutions; implementing partners; civil society, community-based and faith-based organizations and others.

Management and Development for Health will be receiving funds from CDC on implementing Faith and Community based initiatives in Geita region. The FBO initiatives will focus on Men and Children case finding and strengthening justice for children. MDH now seeks to recruit the following position:

Position: FAITH-BASED COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR

Reports to: REGIONAL PROJECT MANAGER

Region: GEITA

Duration: 1 year contract (1st October 2019 to 30th September 2020)

POSITION SCOPE:

The Faith-Based Community Outreach Coordination has the key role of achieving our vision and goals. This position is supposed to meaningfully engage diverse faith communities in building a community of equal opportunity. It is responsible for developing partnerships with congregations, faith leaders, and community groups in order to increase the involvement, awareness, and engagement of diverse faith communities and community based organizations in the two mentioned priorities.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The coordinator will serve as the first point of contact for all FBO subs to execute faith-based advocacy on men case finding and Justice strengthening for Children
  • Coordinate faith leaders involvement in FBO priorities, policy advocacy efforts, special events, and capacity building activities
  • Represent MDH in diverse faith communities through public speaking, presentations, and meetings.
  • Raise the profile of CDC/PEPFAR faith-based advocacy and organizing initiatives among interfaith communities
  • Support Faith Based Program on new initiative to strengthen neighbourhood-based relationships between social service agencies and faith-based institutions.
  • Cultivate and leverage relationships with interfaith and social justice in Geita region.
  • Work with the interfaith program to develop and maintain updated and accurate contact list of faithbased leaders and organizations
  • To supervise and coordinate all community outreach posts in the region
  • Develop and implement programs to build the leadership and advocacy capacity of faith leaders and faith-based member agencies
  • Perform administrative duties as needed by Faith and community programs and initiatives (e.g., setting up for meetings and events, ordering of photocopy jobs, phone calls, etc.)  Perform all other related duties as assigned by RPM/MDH Geita FBO focal.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor degree in SOCIAL STUDIES and COMMUNITY /DEVELOPMENT STUDIES with a minimum of three year experience working with diverse faith-based organizations and communities;
Diploma or degree in Medical field and or public health is an added advantage
Experience and history of working with clergy and faith leaders, both as colleagues and a leader,
Strong commitment to PEPFAR FBO mission; deep understanding of the needs of faith-based institutions  Hard working, able to address challenges; committed, flexible, self – motivated and full of initiative.
Excellent writing and speaking skills; experience facilitating meetings and workshops.
Track record of accomplishing goals and meeting deadlines
Experience and demonstrated success in setting goals and objectives, managing outcomes, and developing and using data to inform continuous improvement and decision making.

TO APPLY:

Interested candidates for the above position should submit an application letter indicating clearly the position applied for, a detailed copy of their CV, and names and contact information (email addresses and telephone numbers) of three work related referees.

Applications should be submitted by Sunday 6th October, 2019, to the Human Resource Director through e-mail hr@mdh-tz.org or dropped by hand at the MDH Head Office in Mikocheni, along Mwai Kibaki Road, Plot No. 802.

Kindly note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

HESLB: ORODHA YA MAJINA WANAOTAKIWA KUSAHIHISHA MAOMBI YA MIKOPO 2019/2020

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ORODHA YA MAJINA WANAOTAKIWA KUSAHIHISHA MAOMBI YA MIKOPO 2019/2020

Mission: ;To provide loans and grants to needy and eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Vision: ;To be a reliable and sustainable revolving fund in financing eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Core Values: ;The core values which will guide HESLB in achieving its objectives are:

Accountability: We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. ;We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. ;We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams.

Commitment and Integrity: ;We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.

Teamwork: ;We are committed to common goals based on open and honest communication and collaboration to one another while showing concern and support for each other and most importantly, our clients. ;We believe the best results stem from integrating a mix of talents, skills and experiences.

Equity: ;We value inclusiveness, fairness, transparency and justice that we want to see persist, and because of our main existence, we place a particular focus on reflecting the need of the disadvantaged, low-income communities most impacted by our work

HESLB: Important Notice to All Loan Applicants 2019/2020

HESLB Student Loans Board (HESLB) would like to inform all loan applicants for the 2019/2020 academic year that HESLB is currently undergoing verification of online-submitted applications for applications submitted which will be completed on Sunday, September 29, 2019.

Upon completion of the verification work, HESLB will offer a four-day opportunity, from Monday, September 30 to Thursday, October 3, 2019…

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HESLB: Important Notice For All Loan Applicants

Mission: To provide loans and grants to needy and eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.
Vision: To be a reliable and sustainable revolving fund in financing eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Core Values: The core values which will guide HESLB in achieving its objectives are:

Accountability: We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams.
Commitment and Integrity: We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.

Teamwork: We are committed to common goals based on open and honest communication and collaboration to one another while showing concern and support for each other and most importantly, our clients. We believe the best results stem from integrating a mix of talents, skills and experiences.
Equity: We value inclusiveness, fairness, transparency and justice that we want to see persist, and because of our main existence, we place a particular focus on reflecting the need of the disadvantaged, low-income communities most impacted by our work.

HESLB: Important Notice to All Loan Applicants 2019/2020
HESLB Student Loans Board (HESLB) would like to inform all loan applicants for the 2019/2020 academic year that HESLB is currently undergoing verification of online-submitted applications for applications submitted which will be completed on Sunday, September 29, 2019.
Upon completion of the verification work, HESLB will offer a four-day opportunity, from Monday, September 30 to Thursday, October 3, 2019…

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New Job Opportunities at Oxfam Tanzania


Position: Public Health (PH) Community Engagement Officer (INT5916)
Public Health Community Engagement Officer
Location: Tanzania – Kibondo
Hours: 40 hours
Salary: Competitive Package
Region: HECA
Job Family: Programme
Division: International
Job Type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 14 September 2019

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.
Background
Oxfam in Tanzania envisions empowered citizens with reduced poverty, reduced inequality and injustice with especially women and young people having access to resources and a good quality of life. We want to see evidence of citizens being more aware of and demanding their rights to resources and essential services. We also want to see less policy incoherence and positive changes at national level (policy) and community level (practices, perceptions, ideas and beliefs).

The Role
Reporting to the Public Health Promotion Team Leader;
Under the guidance of the PHP TL, the PHh Community Engagement Officer ensures the design and implementation of integrated WASH activities as part of the broader Programme strategy. The PH Community Engagement Officer will work closely with the other sector teams to design, implementation and promote adaptation of community-level response activities within the targeted host communities and ensure that programming is informed by context monitoring and timely community feedback.
What we are looking for We are looking for a person with the following qualifications:
Education:
A minimum of a first degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences, Social Work or relevant field, combination of diploma/certificate training in one or more other relevant areas (e.g, Public health promotion, community water supply, adult education)

Experience:
At least 2-years work experience in a Non-Government environment, experience in implementing programs for vulnerable groups & women in emergency responses is an advantage.
Good understanding of the host community context and sufficient field experience in similar environment
Good communication, dialoguing and training skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of people, able to communicate in oral & write Kiswahili and English, working knowledge of local languages of the refugees (Kirundi) is an advantage.
Ability to work under pressure and to be flexible in work tasks
Sensitivity to the needs and priorities of disadvantaged and other vulnerable groups.
Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills, willing to support and learn
Well organised, with good attention to detail and developed ability to prioritise tasks to meet tight deadlines and organise work in a complex setting
Strong analysis and planning skills; ability to identify problems and proactively and creatively develop solutions and generate information for proposal development/fundraising.
Strong skills in preparing workplans and writing concise report; must be computer literate, with ability to use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, email and internet.

We offer
This role will give you an opportunity to make a difference in the programme, to act as key contributor to delivery, to work with a group of passionate people that are specialists in their different fields etc, training and development, offers fair pay and competitive benefits package.

To Apply
Our values and commitment to safeguarding
Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people, adults and beneficiaries with whom Oxfam GB engages. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.

The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

How to apply
This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to Oxfam’s values and beliefs. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please download the full job profile and apply online through: www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs

The closing date is 14th September 2019.

Oxfam International is an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity within the workplace.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

About us
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty. That means we tackle the inequality that keeps people poor. Together we save, protect and rebuild lives. When disaster strikes, we help people build better lives for themselves, and for others. We take on issues like land rights, climate change and discrimination against women. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can enjoy life free from poverty.

Oxfam GB is a member of international confederation of 19 organisations working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 90 countries.
Documents
PH Community Engagement Officer_210919.pdf (57.54 KB)

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Position: Public Health (PH) Capacity Building and Documentation Officer (INT5915)
Public Health Capacity Building & Documentation
Location: Tanzania – Kibondo
Hours: 40 hours
Salary: Competitive Package
Region: HECA
Job Family: Programme
Division: International
Job Type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 14 September 2019

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty

The Role
Reporting to the Public Health Promotion Team Leader;
The PH Capacity Building and Documentation Officer will work closely with the other WASH teams to design, implementation and promote adaptation of community-level response activities within Nduta camp. The Officer will work with other team members develop training packages that will strengthen the empowerment of and delegation of responsibilities to WASH volunteers in the camp. He/she will work closely with the communications team in Dar es salaam to document multi-sectoral interest stories/case studies for sharing internally and with donors to enrich reporting and resources mobilisation.
What we are looking for Our next PHP Capacity Building & Documentation will require;

Education:
A minimum of a first degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences, Social Work or relevant field; combination of diploma/certificate training in one or more other relevant areas (e.g. Public health promotion, community water supply, adult education, communications/journalism)

Experience:

  • At least 2-years work experience in a Non-Government environment, experience in implementing programs for vulnerable groups & women in emergency responses is an advantage.
  • Good understanding of the camp and host community context and sufficient field experience in similar environment
  • Good communication, dialoguing and training skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of people, able to communicate in oral & write Kiswahili and English, working knowledge of local languages of the refugees (Kirundi) is an advantage.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to be flexible in work tasks
  • Sensitivity to the needs and priorities of disadvantaged and other vulnerable groups.
  • Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills, willing to support and learn
  • Well organised, with good attention to detail and developed ability to prioritise tasks to meet tight deadlines and organise work in a complex setting
  • Strong analysis and planning skills; ability to identify problems and proactively and creatively develop solutions and generate information for proposal development/fundraising.
  • Strong skills in preparing workplans and writing concise report; must be computer literate, with ability to use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, email and internet.

We offer
This role will give you an opportunity to make a difference in the WASH programme, to act as key contributor to delivery of the programme, it will give you a chance to work with a group of passionate people that are specialists in their fields we also offers fair pay and competitive benefits package.

To Apply
Our values and commitment to safeguarding
Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people, adults and beneficiaries with whom Oxfam GB engages. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.

The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.
We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

How to apply

This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to Oxfam’s values and beliefs. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please download the full job profile and apply online through: www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs

The closing date is 14th September 2019.
Oxfam International is an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity within the workplace.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

About us
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty. That means we tackle the inequality that keeps people poor. Together we save, protect and rebuild lives. When disaster strikes, we help people build better lives for themselves, and for others. We take on issues like land rights, climate change and discrimination against women. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can enjoy life free from poverty.

Oxfam GB is a member of international confederation of 19 organisations working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 90 countries.
Documents
PH capcity building and doc Officer_210919.pdf (57.07 KB)

Job Opportunity at Oxfam, Public Health (PH) Capacity Building and Documentation Officer

Public Health (PH) Capacity Building and Documentation Officer

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.

Background

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

Oxfam therefore seeks to recruit a Public Health Capacity Building & Documentation Officer to provide support to the technical design, implementation and monitoring of public health interventions in the Nduta camp. The role promotes community self-mobilisation and action planning to address public health risks, builds capacity of the community leaders and volunteers to take charge of services delivery and supports documentation of processes and outcomes of such interventions.

The Role
Reporting to the Public Health Promotion Team Leader;

The PH Capacity Building and Documentation Officer will work closely with the other WASH teams to design, implementation and promote adaptation of community-level response activities within Nduta camp. The Officer will work with other team members develop training packages that will strengthen the empowerment of and delegation of responsibilities to WASH volunteers in the camp. He/she will work closely with the communications team in Dar es salaam to document multi-sectoral interest stories/case studies for sharing internally and with donors to enrich reporting and resources mobilisation.

What we are looking for
Our next PHP Capacity Building & Documentation will require;

Education:

A minimum of a first degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences, Social Work or relevant field; combination of diploma/certificate training in one or more other relevant areas (e.g. Public health promotion, community water supply, adult education, communications/journalism)

Experience:

  • At least 2-years work experience in a Non-Government environment, experience in implementing programs for vulnerable groups & women in emergency responses is an advantage.
  • Good understanding of the camp and host community context and sufficient field experience in similar environment
  • Good communication, dialoguing and training skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of people, able to communicate in oral & write Kiswahili and English, working knowledge of local languages of the refugees (Kirundi) is an advantage.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to be flexible in work tasks
  • Sensitivity to the needs and priorities of disadvantaged and other vulnerable groups.
  • Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills, willing to support and learn
  • Well organised, with good attention to detail and developed ability to prioritise tasks to meet tight deadlines and organise work in a complex setting
  • Strong analysis and planning skills; ability to identify problems and proactively and creatively develop solutions and generate information for proposal development/fundraising.
  • Strong skills in preparing workplans and writing concise report; must be computer literate, with ability to use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, email and internet.

We offer
This role will give you an opportunity to make a difference in the WASH programme, to act as key contributor to delivery of the programme, it will give you a chance to work with a group of passionate people that are specialists in their fields we also offers fair pay and competitive benefits package.

To Apply
Our values and commitment to safeguarding

Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people, adults and beneficiaries with whom Oxfam GB engages. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.

The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

How to apply
This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to Oxfam’s values and beliefs. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please download the full job profile and apply online through: www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs

The closing date is 14th September 2019.

Oxfam International is an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity within the workplace.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Apply For This Role

NAFASI ZA KAZI-Oxfam, Finance Assistant

Finance Assistant 

Location:Tanzania – Kibondo
Hours:40 hours per week
Salary:As per agreement
Region:HECA
Job Family:Finance
Division:International
Job Type:Fixed Term
Closing Date:6 September 2019

Finance Assistant

Contract Period: Fixed Term – 6 Months

Salary: Competitive Package in line with Oxfam Values

Location: Kibondo, Tanzania

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.

That means we tackle the inequality that keeps people poor. Together we save, protect and rebuild lives. When disaster strikes, we help people build better lives for themselves, and for others. We take on issues like land rights, climate change and discrimination against women. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can enjoy life free from poverty.

We are an international confederation of 19 organizations (affiliates) working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 90 countries.

Background

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

The Role

Oxfam in Tanzania is looking for a Finance Assistant who will be responsible for smoothing accounts operations in the Humanitarian Programme.

The Person

To be successful in this role, you will have the following;

  • A Degree in a finance/accounting discipline
  • At least one year related experience working in a busy environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate an openness and willingness to learn about the application of gender/gender mainstreaming, women’s rights, and diversity for all aspects of development work.
  • Good interpersonal and communications skills
  • Ability to work well with diverse teams and under pressure, often managing multiple requests and liaising with staff at different levels
  • Commitment to Oxfam’s safeguarding policies to ensure all people who come who come into contact with Oxfam are as safe as possible

We offer
This role will give you an opportunity to make a difference in Kibondo, to act as key contributor, to work with a group of passionate people that are specialists in their fields etc, training and development, offers fair pay and competitive benefits package.

Our values and commitment to safeguarding
Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Note: All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.

How to apply

As part of your online application, please upload your up to date CV detailing your experience for the post and include three referees, preferably your current line manager and a covering letter explaining your suitability against the essential criteria in the job profile.   at www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs.

The closing date for applications is 06th September 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Documents
Job description – Finance Assistant.pdf (51.20 KB)

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Apply for Grinnell College Innovator for Social Justice Prize and Get a Chance to Win $100,000

Deadline: 7 October 2019

Grinnell College is seeking applications from across the globe for the 2020 Grinnell College Innovator for Social Justice Prize that honors individuals who have demonstrated leadership in their fields and who show creativity, commitment, and extraordinary accomplishment in effecting positive social change.

Do you know somebody who is:

  • A change-maker working on the cutting edge of social innovation?
  • A leader collaborating and co-creating solutions to pressing social justice issues?
  • A visionary tackling immediate challenges while also addressing related systemic issues?
  • A mentor inspiring the next generation of social innovators?

Prize Information
Each prize carries an award of $100,000, half to the winning individual(s) and half to their related, nominated organization.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Nominees must be nominated by a third party.
  • Nominees may be a single individual or a team of two people who are working together and who are the primary project innovators.
  • Each nominee must have earned a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) between 2004 and 2020.
  • Nominees should be forces for social justice. The nominator should be able to demonstrate that the nominees, through their education, hard work, and dedication, have:
  • Identified a concrete social or environmental justice need;
  • Designed and implemented an equitable and creative solution related to that need;
  • Begun to address the need’s systemic and root causes; and
  • Demonstrated a substantive and sustainable community or environmental impact.
  • Nominees must consent to their nomination. This consent will be given in the form of a letter that nominators upload in PDF format. (If applicants are nominating two individuals for collaborative work, nominees should write this letter together.) The letter will include:
  • A statement indicating their willingness to be nominated for this prize;
  • A statement confirming that they have completed an undergraduate degree(s) between 2004 and 2020, noting the name of the degree-granting college(s) or university(s); and
  • A 4-5 paragraph description of their social innovation that includes a summary of:
  • The context for the social justice need they are addressing
  • Their work, including how it is innovative either in concept or implementation
  • The ways in which they are addressing immediate needs as well as systemic issues and root causes related to the need
  • The current and planned impact of their work
  • A biography that highlights:
  • The development of their interest and involvement with the social justice need
  • The connections between their work and their education
  • Nominees should have demonstrated the essence of Grinnell College’s broad liberal arts education through serving the common good and demonstrating expertise in the areas of critical thinking, innovative problem solving, and measurable systemic change making.
  • Nominees must not be widely known outside their immediate community or field.
  • Nominees may be nationals of any country.
  • Nominees DO NOT need to be affiliated with Grinnell College.
  • Nominees must have sufficient English fluency to engage with the Grinnell College community.
  • Nominees must be able to provide in English any supplemental information required as part of the selection process.

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NAFASI ZA KAZI YA POLISI UMOJA WA MATAIFA(UN)


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Umoja wa Mataifa umetangaza rasmi mpango wa ajira kwa maafisa wa Jeshi na Polisi – (2015 Military/Police Secondment Campaign – Phase 1

(20 Job Openings), ambapo kati ya nafasi hizo 20, nafasi saba (07) ni za Polisi.

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Nafasi hizo ni

1. disciplinary Officer

2. Police selection and recruitment P-3

3. Police selection and recruitment officer P-4

4. Police Planning Officer P-4

5. Crime information Analysis Officer

6. Police Training Officer P-4

7. Senior Police Liason Officer P-5

Fomu za kujaza-Download mwisho wa tangazo hili

1. Personal History P-11 FORM

2. Employment and Academic Certification

3. Supplementary Sheet to P -11 FORM

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United Nations Nations Unies
Job Title:Disciplinary Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OASG/Front Office/Conduct and Discipline Unit
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DFS/SEC1501/P-4/20


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Conduct and Discipline Unit (CDU), in the Office of the Assistant
Secretary-General, Department of Field Support (DFS). The Disciplinary Officer reports to the
Chief of the Conduct and Discipline Unit.
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Disciplinary Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
Monitors, analyzes and reviews investigation reports, Board of Inquiry reports and Office of
Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) reports and recommends appropriate action in personnel
disciplinary cases; identifies problems and issues to be addressed and initiates corrective actions;
liaises with relevant parties; ensures follow-up actions.
Participates in planning and facilitating workshops, and delivery or presentation of training modules
for Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), the Department of Field Support (DFS) and
Department of Political Affairs (DPA) field personnel.
Researches, analyzes and presents information gathered from diverse sources.
Coordinates policy development, including the review and analysis of issues and trends, in the area
of conduct and discipline, particularly sexual exploitation and abuse;
Monitors for consistency in the application of DPKO/DFS policies, procedures and guidelines
relating to field missions personnel;
Organizes and prepares written outputs, e.g. draft background papers, analysis, sections of reports
and studies, inputs to publications, etc.
Provides substantive backstopping, advice, support and guidance to the Chief, CDU, the Senior
Policy Advisor, relevant managers at headquarters and the conduct officers and managers in field
missions on issues related to conduct and discipline matters with regard to personnel serving in
field missions.
Assists in coordination of outreach activities, training workshops, seminars, etc on the
implementation of awareness programmes on UN standards of conduct;
Leads and/or participates in large, complex field missions, including provision of guidance to
external consultants, government officials, field mission personnel and other parties;
Drafts inputs on issues related to conduct and discipline for reports to the General Assembly
Performs other duties as required.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Ability to review and comment on legal documents and policies as well as
interpret UN rules and regulations, international conventions, treaties and laws in the context of
handling misconduct by personnel serving in field missions. Knowledge of UN rules and
regulations and its application in the disciplinary process for personnel serving in field missions.
Knowledge of the challenges of conduct and discipline issues in peacekeeping. Ability to exercise
sound judgment, initiative and discretion when handling confidential and sensitive material. Ability
to assist in generating and communicating organizational direction, and introduce and emphasize
UN policies and practices. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring
the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Accountability
: Takes ownership of all responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs
for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost and quality standards; operates in
compliance with organizational regulations and rules; supports subordinates, provides oversight
and takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own
shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.
Judgment/Decision-making
: Identifies the key issues in a complex situation, and comes to the
heart of the problem quickly; gathers relevant information before making a decision; considers
positive and negative impacts of decisions prior to making them; takes decisions with an eye to the
impact on others and on the Organization; proposes a course of action or makes a recommendation
based on all available information; makes tough decisions when necessary.
Qualification:
Education
Graduation from a Police Academy is required. Advanced level university degree in law and
experience in administration of justice systems at national or international levels is required. A
first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of
the advanced university degree.
Experience
A minimum of seven years of progressively relevant experience in law, administration of justice,
project or programme management, human resources as it relates to conduct and discipline is
required. Applicant must be an active service police officer in the rank of Captain (Police),
Lieutenant Colonel or Superintendent or equivalent in other services. Experience in analyzing
problems relating to law and/or conduct and discipline for is required. Experience in monitoring,
analyzing and reviewing investigation reports as well as in providing recommendations and
formulating policies in the area of law and/or conduct and discipline for UN peacekeeping
personnel is highly desirable. Experience in field missions, particularly in complex emergencies or
post conflict environments, is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the
graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post,
fluency in English (both oral and written) is required; knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge
of another UN official language is an advantage.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving military/police officers
who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for military/police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Posts:2
Job Title:Police Selection and Recruitment Officer (2 posts), P-3
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment
Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-3/16


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the
Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the
following duties:
– Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field
missions, including Formed Police Units (FPU);
– Directly involved in expanding the pool of qualified candidates for police personnel positions,
developing a skill-based roster for senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the
Department of Field Support, UN Field Missions, Member States and Police-Contributing
Countries (PCCs) on all matters related to deployment, extension and rotation of police personnel;
– Standardizes recruitment and selection procedures through the development of competency-based
profiles; develops and participates in recruitment strategies to meet identified shortfalls, including
recruitment and outreach exercises and selection assistance visits to generate a pool of competent
candidates, especially thematic experts, i.e. experts in forensics, organized crime, electoral-related
activities, criminal investigation, crime prevention, crowd control management, etc.;
– Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae,
screening of candidates and conducting suitable written assessments or interviews by phone or
video-teleconference;
– Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed
units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and
Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse
impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established
performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.
– Participates in pre-deployment visits to inspect contingent owned equipment; assesses the
readiness of formed police unit personnel; coordinates negotiations of memoranda of understanding
with Member States; joins reconnaissance visits to field missions; and, assists the Chief of
Selection and Recruitment Section in daily communication with Member States and field missions
related to mission-specific United Nations police selection and recruitment.
– Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division
for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel.
– Responsible for managing and participating in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams
(SAAT) visits and the Formed Police Assistance Teams (FPAT) visits; arranging and participating
in pre-deployment visits to Member States.
– Works in close collaboration and coordination with other components of the Police Division
(Mission Management and Support Section and Strategic Policy and Development Section).
– Engages in data management by utilizing available technology tools such as HERMES.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer
recommendations. Ability to apply UN human resources rules, regulations, policies and guidelines
in work situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions.
Motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with
difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient
in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for
incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all
areas of work.
Planning and Organizing:
Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice,
human resources management, police administration, business or public administration, social
sciences, education or related area. Graduation from a certified police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced
university degree.
Experience:
A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in active national
police service with a rank of Major or Chief Inspector, other service equivalent or higher rank,
including three years of practical experience in police administration and recruitment. Experience in
a peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable. Qualifying
years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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TUMA MAOMBI ———>

Job Title:Police Selection and Recruitment Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment
Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/13


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the
Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the
following duties:
Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field
missions, including Formed Police Units. The incumbent will be directly involved in expanding the
pool of qualified candidates for police personnel positions, developing a skill-based roster for
senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the Department of Field Support,
Member States and Police-Contributing Countries (PCCs) on all matters related to deployment,
extension and rotation of police personnel.
Participates in pre-deployment visits to inspect contingent owned equipment; assesses the readiness
of formed police unit personnel; coordinates negotiations of memoranda of understanding with
Member States; joins reconnaissance visits to field missions; and, assists the Chief of Selection and
Recruitment in daily communication with Member States and field missions related to
mission-specific United Nations police selection and recruitment.
Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae,
screening of candidates and conducting interviews by phone or video-teleconference.
Standardizes recruitment and selection procedures through the development of competency-based
profiles; develops and participates in recruitment strategies to meet identified shortfalls, including
recruitment and outreach exercises and selection assistance visits to generate a pool of competent
candidates, especially thematic experts, i.e. experts in forensics, organized crime, electoral-related
activities, criminal investigation, crime prevention, crowd control management, etc.;
Intensifies engagement with francophone organizations and countries; ensures compliance with UN
recruitment policies and guidelines, including gender balance initiatives; projects and monitors
rotation plans of police personnel; maintains and interprets statistical data on police personnel
serving in field missions and contributions by Police Contributing Countries.
Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed
units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and
Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse
impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established
performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.
Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division
for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel.
Responsible for managing and participating in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams
(SAAT) and the Formed Police Unit Assistance Teams (FPAT); arranging and participating in
pre-deployment visits to Member States.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer
recommendations. Ability to apply UN HR rules, regulations, policies and guidelines in work
situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions. Motivated by
professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems
or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient in meeting
commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for incorporating
gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Planning and Organizing:
Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice,
human resources management, police administration, business or public administration, social
sciences, education or related area. Graduation from a certified police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced
university degree.
Experience:
A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active national
police service with a rank of Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, other service equivalent or higher rank,
including three years of practical experience in police personnel administration and recruitment is
required. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national
police academy or similar law enforcement institution. Experience in a peacekeeping operation,
UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.



TUMA MAOMBI NOW ——–>

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Job Title:Police Planning Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Strategic Policy and
Development Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/14


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Strategic Policy and Development Section of the Police Division in
the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Planning Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
– In applying a holistic approach which incorporates all relevant cross cutting elements such as
justice, corrections and other aspects of policing, he/she will be involved in establishing thematic
doctrinal guidance and templates for use by field missions to ensure uniformity of mission plans.
– Collaborate with others in providing a coherent strategic planning framework clearly articulating
the scope of resource requirements, coordination and modalities.
– Responsible for assisting in all United Nations police planning activities, including provision of
expert police advice during integrated assessments and technical survey missions to develop and
prepare strategic plans, concepts of operation and other planning options.
– Primarily responsible for planning for police components in one of the main regional groupings of
field missions.
– Responsible for carrying out all planning priorities of field missions through close interaction with
internal and external stakeholders; providing complementary support to the appropriate Integrated
Operational Teams in all aspects of planning, including accurate and coherent police planning
advice; developing and updating of strategic concepts; ensuring that all planning parameters are
fully established during the development and review of the concept of police operations of
prospective and current field missions; and, establishing collaborative relations with key national
counterparts, officials of the criminal justice chain, and other internal and external stakeholders.
– Responsible for providing planning support to police components in ongoing and future special
political missions; developing police planning, monitoring and evaluation tools and assessment
templates; ensuring efficient dissemination of the same to field missions; and, providing
appropriate orientation, training, and application support.
– Collaborate in an efficient and timely manner with counterparts in Mission Management and
Support Section and Selection and Recruitment Section by providing support and advice on all
operational planning needs (e.g. election planning, crisis management, etc.)
– Maintain close collaboration with the components/units of DPKO and DFS, other UN Secretariat
departments, and UN family agencies as and when required.
– Undertake research and analysis to support these tasks; prepare new documents to assist in the
formulation of United Nations police peacekeeping doctrine needed to support such plans; and, to
support the changing role of police in peacekeeping, particularly in the area of host state police
development and capacity enhancement.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Demonstrated professional competence and mastery of police administration and
police operational planning; knowledge of administrative, budgetary, financial or human resources
policies and procedures; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing
deadlines and achieving results; ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify
issues, formulate options and make conclusions and recommendations. Takes responsibility for
incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all
areas of work. Ability to operate databases, project management software and develop spreadsheets
and complex text documents is required.
Planning and Organizing:
Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies.
Identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required. Allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work. Foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning. Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary. Uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. Solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others. Places team agenda
before personal agenda. Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the field of police
science, criminal justice, law, or other relevant field is required. A first level university degree in
combination with qualifying experience in policing or other law enforcement reform matters,
including strategic planning and development, may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university
degree. Graduation from a certified police academy or other similar law enforcement training
institution is also required.
Experience:
A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active police,
law enforcement, or other related policy/criminal justice work with the rank of Superintendent, Lt.
Colonel, service equivalent or higher rank, including at least three years of experience in police
planning or policy-making is required. Peacekeeping, other international or Headquarters or field
planning experience is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the
graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.
Languages:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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TUMA MAOMBI KUPITIA ———–>

Job Title:Crime Information Analysis Officer , P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Strategic Policy and
Development Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/15


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Strategic Policy and Development Section of the Police Division in
the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section. The overall objectives of the Police Division are
to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to
strengthen the strategic direction, planning, and management of police components in
peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on
the future direction of police peacekeeping. Additional information available in
http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Criminal Information Analysis Officer will be responsible for the
following duties: • Develops effective and efficient operational responses and optimizes resource
allocations for the police missions based on analysed criminal and crime-related information; •
Contributes to the DPKO-wide information analysis; interacts with the field missions for
operational and mandate implementation updates; ensures informed and consistent
decision-making; streamlines and improves the reporting to the Security Council, the General
Assembly, other inter-governmental bodies and police-contributing countries; assists in the
development of guidelines and other technical guidance materials; and, conducts analytical
assessments of criminal information analysis practices and procedures, as well as recommends on
the immediate short- and long term needs of developing criminal information analysis capacities; •
Establishes close contacts and works in partnership with related entities and other national and
regional organizations that are operationally and technically involved in criminal information
analysis-related issues; assists in promoting regional approaches to combating crime; provides
realistic strategic advice and support to the DPKO Police Adviser and field missions to minimize
the impact of the crime-related problems on the ground; prepares strategic guidance on approaches
to address issues related to criminal information analysis; provides assistance in developing a
training strategy for field missions with the objective to increase the pool of national experts in this
thematic area; develops guidance materials necessary for maintaining consistency in criminal
information analysis between the various levels of UN Police operations. • Works in close
collaboration with other OROLSI elements as well as with the Office of Operations (especially
Integrated Operational Teams), Office of Military Affairs, Department of Field Support and other
Secretariat Offices and UN Agencies; presents and provides information to senior UN officials, as
well as national officials regarding substantive issues related to criminal information analysis, and
recommends on actions to be undertaken. • Works in close collaboration and coordination with
other components of the Police Division (Mission Management and Support Section and Selection
and Recruitment Section).
Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to address a range of issues in the context of political developments, public
attitudes and local conditions. Ability to conceptualize, design and implement major information
campaigns. Ability to rapidly analyze and integrate diverse information from varied sources.
Ability to diplomatically handle sensitive situations with target audiences and cultivate productive
relationships. Ability to produce a variety of written communications products in a clear, concise
style. Ability to deliver oral presentations to various audiences; is conscientious and efficient in
meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; ability to conduct independent
research and analysis, identify issues, formulate options and make conclusions and
recommendations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the
equal participation of women and men in all areas of work. Planning and Organizing: Develops
clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies. Identifies priority activities and assignments;
adjusts priorities as required. Allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing
work. Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning. Monitors and adjusts plans and
actions as necessary. Uses time efficiently. Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to
achieve organizational goals. Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is
willing to learn from others. Places team agenda before personal agenda. Supports and acts in
accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own
position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team
shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s Degree or equivalent) in criminal justice, law,
security or other relevant field. First level university degree with a combination of relevant
academic qualifications and experience in criminal information analysis, police management or
peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police
academy or relevant training institution is also required. Experience: A minimum of seven years of
progressively responsible experience in active police, law enforcement, or other related
policy/criminal justice work with the rank of Superintendent, Lt. Colonel, service equivalent or
higher rank, including at least three years of experience in criminal analysis or policy-making is
required. Peacekeeping, other international or Headquarters planning experience is desirable.
Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the police academy or
similar law enforcement training institution. Languages: English and French are the working
languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral
and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN language, preferably French, is
desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Police Training Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office
:DPET/Integrated Training Service
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/18


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This post is located in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), Policy, Evaluation and
Training Division, Integrated Training Service (ITS).
Responsibilities:
Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Integrated Training Service (ITS), the incumbent is
responsible to:
– Plan, coordinate, conduct, evaluate and report on DPKO UN police, military, and civilian training
activities including workshops, courses, and seminars conducted for UN Peacekeeping Operations
and for Member States both in Mission and at Headquarters;
– Prepare and present briefings on peacekeeping training policy and guidelines to senior
management;
– Liaise with Permanent Missions of Member States, and national, regional and international
peacekeeping training institutions;
– Plan, coordinate and supervise the execution and evaluation of United Nations DPKO support
and participation in multinational peacekeeping exercises;
– Provide training assistance, support and guidance to Mission Trainers in UN Peacekeeping
Operations both remotely and in the field;
– Develop DPKO peacekeeping training policy and staff papers on training issues for the Policy,
Evaluation and Training Division;
– Develop, maintain and promulgate UN DPKO standardised training for UN peacekeeping
Operations;
– Act as Project Manager for ITS development projects;
– Supervise the ITS police peacekeeping training databases and websites and promulgate
standardised UN peacekeeping training publications,carry out UN peacekeeping training and
evaluation activities in UNPKOs and UN Member States.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Proven research, analytical and evaluative skills. Ability to conduct independent
research and analysis, identify issues, formulate concepts and options and make conclusions and
recommendations. Ability to produce high quality work with limited supervision and in unfamiliar
environments. Ability to provide sound peacekeeping training advice. Ability to manage and lead
training teams in the field. Knowledge and understanding of police institutional development and
police capacity enhancement is required as is knowledge of UN peacekeeping procedures. Takes
responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.
Communication:
Speaks and writes clearly and effectively. Listens to others, correctly interprets
messages from others and responds appropriately. Asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication. Tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience.
Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
Planning & Organizing:
Understanding of strategic planning processes and ability to plan,
coordinate and deliver complex training activities. Ability to establish priorities, think laterally and
creatively, plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan. Ability to manage projects against
approved milestones and deadlines and to monitor and report on performance of staff under
supervision.
Qualification:
Education
Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement institution is required. Advanced
university degree, preferably in training and development or a related area such as education or
social science is required. A first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience
may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Work Experience
The candidate must be an active service police officer, with a rank of Superintendent or other
service equivalent. A minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional
training experience is required. Experience in developing training strategies and programmes,
including training design, development and delivery, and capacity building matters is required.
Operational experience as a member of at least one UN peacekeeping/peace enforcement/peace
support mission is required. Service in his/her national/regional peacekeeping centre is desirable.
Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national
military/defense college or academy.
Language
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post,
fluency in written and spoken English is required. Fluency of a second official UN language,
preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Evaluation of qualified applicants may undergo a technical writing exercise, which may be
followed by a competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only officers in active service who
have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for military officers who serve
on secondment financed by the support account for peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Senior Police Liaison Officer, P-5
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division//Integrated Operating Team
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 – 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-5/12


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
While this position is administratively located in the Police Division (PD) of the Office of Rule of
Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI), the incumbent reports to the Head of the Integrated
Operational Team in the Office of Operations (OO). Both OO and ORLSI are in the Department of
Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO).
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Liaison Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
– Provides support to police mandate implementation and law enforcement in peace operations.
– S/he provides advice on peacekeeping mission-specific andoperations support issues requiring
policy decisions; assists in developing and reviewing Mission Plans and Concepts of Operations for
police components of peace operations; reviews the draft report of the Secretary-General to the
Security Council and the General Assembly and other related issuances on the police components
of peace operations; and, advises, facilitates and coordinates police issues requiring the involvement
of Police Contributing Countries (PCCs).
– The incumbent also liaises with other offices within the Secretariat, peacekeeping missions and
Permanent Missions of the PCC’s within the guidelines of the PD; supports the IOT and the PD in
planning and integrating police elements into the development of Concepts of Operations and
Operational Plans;
– Supports the PD in evaluating police plans and preparing expert police advice on mission
operational matters; advises and facilitates the flow of critical information between DPKO and
missions to inform the planning, budget, and implementation processes.
– He/she represents the IOT and PD in selected working groups, task forces and outside meetings;
facilitates collaboration between the PD and other field mission components at the operational
level; and, coordinates and integrates activities of police components in the field missions.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Demonstrated competence in police matters at the strategic and command
levels; ability to identify issues, formulate opinions and provide recommendations through the use
of sound judgment and applying expertise to solve a wide range of problems related to law
enforcement; ability to work under pressure; good negotiation skills; knowledge of theories,
concepts and approaches relevant to law enforcement, community safety and capacity-building;
good research, analytical and problem-solving skills; Takes responsibility for incorporating gender
perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Planning and Organizing:
Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Communication:
Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets
messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience;
demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
Leadership:
Serves as a role model that other people want to follow; Empowers others to translate
vision into results; Is proactive in developing strategies to accomplish objectives; Establishes and
maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand needs and gain support;
Anticipates and resolves conflicts by pursuing mutually agreeable solutions; Drives for change and
improvement; does not accept the status quo; Shows the courage to take unpopular stands; takes
responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.
Vision:
Identifies strategic issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicates links between the
Organization’s strategy and the work unit’s goals; generates and communicates broad and
compelling organizational direction, inspiring others to pursue that same direction; conveys
enthusiasm about future possibilities.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master’s Degree or equivalent) in Criminal Justice, Law
or Political Science or other related field. A first level university degree with a combination of
relevant academic qualifications and experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu
of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement
training institution is required.
Experience:
Must be a senior professional police officer on active duty with the rank of Deputy
Commissioner, Chief Superintendent or rank equivalent to full Colonel level. A minimum of 10
years of progressively responsible experience in police service, including experience at the
command level, and experience in national law enforcement and police policy-making in the field
and headquarters, experience in strategic and operational police management. Police training
experience is desirable. Experience in UN peacekeeping, UNHQ, or similar international
organization is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation
from the national military/defense college or academy.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN
language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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