Датська рада з питань біженців оголошує конкурс на заміщення посади керівника програми, яка спрямована на он-лайн консультування та запуск SMS-послуг для переміщених осіб.
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Terms of Reference
Pilot Project Manager
Global Project Coordinator (GPC) and the Pilot Project Owner (PPO)
Kyiv, with frequent travel to Slovyansk and potentially Severodonetsk
Contract start: as soon as possible.
Contract length: 6 month contract. Extension of contract will be subject to funding and performance.
The current conflict in eastern Ukraine has left a considerable amount of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO). This is putting civilians at risk, as the UXO is present in densely populated and urban areas.
Danish Refugee Council (DRC)/Danish Demining Group (DDG) wants to facilitate recovery in post conflict zones by piloting a web portal and parallel SMS service to strengthen the provision of Mine Risk Education (MRE) to the civilians as well as strengthening the efforts to locate areas where UXO pose hazards to the population through crowd sourcing. The objective is to enable mine action responders to address the needs of the population more efficiently and provide the crisis-affected population with timely and actionable information. As the project is a pilot, there is a strong focus on ensuring that learning is captured and shared in the humanitarian mine action community. This web portal and SMS service is planned to be piloted in the Slovyansk area, in Donetsk Oblast.
The project in Ukraine is part of a global pilot project. A similar project is piloted in Vietnam.
For implementing the pilot project in Ukraine, DDG is therefore looking for a qualified Pilot Project Manager.
· Support the Global Project Coordinator (GPC) in all aspects of the management, coordination and implementation of the pilot project and ensure that this is done in an accountable manner;
· Manage all administrative tasks related to the set-up and implementation of the pilot project in Ukraine;
· Plan, prepare and attend all necessary meetings, workshops and field trips;
· Plan and prepare all necessary visitor field visits and other travel;
· Support all pilot project development (hereunder support to communication and implementation strategy);
· Administration and content management of the web portal, once it is developed;
· Administration and content management of the SMS service, once it is developed;
· Conduct/support all necessary training of local project partners;
· Support local project partners when necessary;
· Be responsible for project documentation and effective monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of all project activities and processes to ensure learning is captured;
· Support fundraising towards the pilot project;
· Support external communication activities;
· Ensure effective communication with all local project partners;
· Liaise with stakeholders and partners to fulfil project objectives;
· Ad hoc tasks.
- University degree in relevant subject area such as communication for development, communication studies, public information, behaviour change communication, information management and/or equivalent;
- At least 03 year of hands-on experience in project management and in relevant area (communication for development, public information and communication, humanitarian or development work and/or equivalent);
- Fluency in spoken and written English;
- Fluency in spoken and written Russian/Ukrainian;
- Experience with implementing communications projects;
- Experience with mobile technology, GIS mapping, light programming, information management, etc.;
- Computing skills (Microsoft programmes – Excel, Word, Power Point, etc.)
- Knowledge and experience with new media (e.g. social media, online networks, etc.) for social change;
- Strong analytical skills;
- Planning-, organisational- and logistical skills;
- Knowledge of the humanitarian context;
- Willingness to do both administrative work as well as project development work;
- Ability to convincingly engage with authorities at all levels;
- Strong and diplomatic interpersonal and communication skills (hereunder strong advocacy and influencing skills);
- Flexibility and being solution-oriented;
- Willingness to work in extensive periods in Sloviansk/Severodonetsk and surrounding areas;
- Teamwork skills.
- Knowledge of, or experience with, national/local media is a strong asset;
- Knowledge of, or experience with, mine action, community liaison, mine risk education is an asset;
- Proven record of creativity and being innovative is an asset.
How to apply
Your application must include:
· A cover letter clearly demonstrating your suitability for this position;
· A comprehensive CV (no more than 2 pages);
· Contact details (incl. telephone number and email) of 3 references, including most recent direct supervisors.
Deadline for applications: 25 December 2014
Please send your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted by email.
DRC-DDG gives equal opportunity to every candidate, regardless of religion, race and gender.
About the organisation
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is an international non-governmental humanitarian organisation, which works towards promoting and supporting durable solutions to the problems faced by refugees and internally displaced people all over the world.
Danish Demining Group (DDG), as a mine action unit within DRC. The DDG mission is to provide efficient and community-oriented solutions to human security problems caused by landmines and other explosive remnants of war as well as small arms and light weapons. We work with and within communities in some of the world’s most conflict-affected countries. Our aim is to enable communities to (re-) gain access to their assets and support the efforts of governments and relief- and development organisations in enabling recovery.