Save the Children (SC) is an international organization with 27 member organizations across the globe. It is united by a common mission and brand but, to some extent, has until now been working independently from country to country and within countries.
With the decision by all Save the Children organizations to create an International Programmes Unit (IPU) taken in 2010, Save the Children aims to create a stronger voice for children by unifying the operations in all countries.
This will result in one organisation at the national level in each country and a unified programme delivery structure for all Save the Children International Members. Save the Children UK, Denmark and Finland unified in Somalia in January 2010 under the name Save the Children in Somalia which will move to the IPU model by the end of 2012.
After one year of unification and as a result of an active fundraising strategy the programme budget was over GBP 10m covering thematic areas of protection, child survival (which includes health, nutrition and livelihoods), education, and Child Rights Governance.
Emergency Health Technical Advisor
Application Closing Date: Sunday 24th June 2012.
In order to better coordinate and provide an advisory role to the emergency health support programme to Somalia/Somaliland, Save the Children requires a high level technical support, coordination and guidance through provision of guidance to managers and staff involved in managing and/or implementing emergency health project.
This support includes, among others, identifying opportunities for funding and learning through networking with donors and other agencies.
This is an international post based in Nairobi.
While working from Nairobi, the post-holder will be required to provide support to the emergency health team remotely and may travel to Somalia (Puntland, Somaliland and Mogadishu for the south), for short monitoring and support visits.
Barring security clearance to travel to central Somalia, the health technical adviser will be requested to travel
to Somaliland on a regular basis for support, monitoring and management meetings with the CSS health team.
Area Representative – Southern Somalia
Application Closing Date: Sunday 24th June 2012
The Area Representative has overall responsibility for development, management and delivery of good quality programmes in Southern Somalia (currently Mogadishu and Bay & Bakool).
S/he will work through local partners to ensure all aspects of programming are coordinated resulting in efficiency, high team moral and cost effectiveness.
As the senior representative of Save the Children in Southern Somalia, s/he will ensure programmes implement key humanitarian principles and that we work in close collaboration with other key stakeholders to promote and advocate for children’s rights.
The Security environment in Southern Somalia is fragile and requires the post-holder to liaise closely with staff and partners to advise senior management on robust security management guidelines and plans for Southern Somalia.
Programmes in these areas are new, and started in the last quarter of 2011/first quarter of 2012 and while this expansion was a result of the drought crisis, it is envisaged that Save the Children will plan and work towards a long term presence responding the needs of children.
Human Resources Assistant
Application Closing Date: Friday 15th June 2012.
The position of HR Assistant is responsible for providing quality and efficient HR support to the Somalia / Somaliland Programme team based in Nairobi:
- Be involved in the recruitment and selection process including processing and placement of advertisements, short listing, selection processes including conducting screening test and interviews.
- In post offering process – Reference checks, offer/appointment letters, and sending out regret letters.
- Conducting the induction process including the preparation of the induction plan.
- In liaison with the line manager, manage the medical/group life insurance enrolment and exit process of
- In liaison with the line manager, keep track of all medical bills for both national and international staff and liaise with the administrator in follow up of their payment etc.
Our selection processes reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
Our people are as diverse as the challenges we face.
Applications should be forwarded to: email@example.com.
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