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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

5039 CALL FOR NOMINATION - Local Advisory Board of Directors

Live & Learn Environmental Education Vanuatu

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

04-Aug-14

Job Description:

Live & Learn Vanuatu seeks suitable candidates to join its Local Advisory Board of Directors (LABOD) to provide strategic direction to Live & Learn Vanuatu’s Country Manager and her staff members. The Board comprises a maximum 9 members including the Chairman/Chairlady and a mix of appointed independent candidates. The current Chairman of LABOD is Edwards Nalyal of

Edward Nalyal & Partners, Second Floor, Pilioko House, P O Box 5056, Port Vila, T: +678 27595 ; F: +678 27656; Email: [lawyers@vanuatu.com.vu].



The successful applicant will have a balance of expertise, gender, age and community representation.

The Local Advisory Board of Directors meets 3-4 times per annum. This is a voluntary position as there is no remuneration attached to the role.

Live & Learn Vanuatu’s Board members are required to undertake a Vanuatu National Police Check and endorse Live & Learn Vanuatu’s Code of Conduct, Child Protection, Fraud Control and Counter Terrorism and Anti-Money Laundering Policy and Procedures.



Should you wish to be nominated for the LABOD position, or would like to nominate another member, please complete the Board Membership Application Candidate Probity Declaration Form attached with your full CV and covering letter outlining your interest in and credentials for the Live & Learn Vanuatu’s LABOD. For a copy of the Board Membership Application Candidate Probity

Declaration Form, please contact/email: Dr Andrina KL Thomas, Live & Learn Vanuatu Country Manager, Tel: 27448/27455 or Email: andrina.thomas@livelearn.org



All positions are open for re-nominations every 3 years. Members who wish to be considered must meet the following criteria:

Criteria:

1. Possession of significant expertise or qualifications that would be advantageous to the governance of Live & Learn program and activities, within the following disciplines.

2. Capacity to reflect the views of the community and users of international development supports.

3. Continuing high levels of performance in their fields of endeavour.

4. Integrity and a high standing in the community.

5. Appreciation or understanding of the broader policy context and issues surrounding the delivery and planning of international developmnt.

6. Good working knowledge and understanding of accountability relationships and corporate governance, including the separation of governance and management, and the roles, duties and obligations of non-executive

directors.

7. Demonstrated strategic thinking, planning and leadership skills, and experience at high-level decision-making.

8. Experience in effective consultation and collaboration with stakeholders.

Salary:

This is a voluntary position as there is no remuneration attached to the role.

Language:

Not Stated

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How To Apply:

Please Email your completed applications and send to the address below.

Contact Name:

Edwards Nalyal

Phone:

+678 27595 Fax: +678 27656

Email:

lawyers@vanuatu.com.vu

Address:

Edward Nalyal & Partners, Second Floor, Pilioko House, PO Box 5056, Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Website:
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Source:

21-Jul-14 Direct from Employer
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Monday, July 21, 2014

5036 Three Clinical Capacity Officers

Save the Children

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

08-Aug-14

Job Description:

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to children’s lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.

SCA in Vanuatu Program aims to achieve positive outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in the areas of health and well-being, child rights and child protection. We advocate on behalf of children and promote the rights of the child.

Key Purpose of these positions

The overall goal of the Save the Children Vanuatu “Healthy Babies, Healthy Teens” (HBHT) project is to improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in target areas through the following strategies:

• Improve RMNCH knowledge, attitudes and practices among mothers and community members

• Increase access to, and quality of RMNCH services at health facilities for pregnant women, mothers and children

• Improve nutrition of pregnant mothers and children 0-2 years of age

• Investigate and document the issue of teenage pregnancy.



The key roles of the Clinical Capacity Officers will be to:

• Provide ongoing supportive supervision, mentoring and coaching for health facility staff to ensure quality client centred Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) services, particularly for pregnant teens and teenage mothers.

• Contribute to general health facility planning and the Annual Operational Planning Review process.

• Support the development of outreach plans, and support health facility outreach activities in communities

• Support the strategic development and operationalization of the referral system.

• Train and support health facility staff to utilize the Health Information System.

For a copy of the Position Description, or for more information about this role contact hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

We are an employer of choice and equal opportunity so we encourage people with disabilities to apply as well.

Only those applicants who are successfully shortlisted will be contacted.

All staff are required to undergo a police check before commencement of employment.

Criteria:

• 5 years verifiable work experience in nursing and/or midwifery .

• Prior experience as trainer or supervisor, providing support and capacity building to health staff.

• In-depth knowledge and understanding of RMNCH challenges and opportunities in Vanuatu.

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills .

• Fluent in English and Bislama.

• Familiarity with national RMCNH standards and protocols.

• Commitment to work in remote areas and stay overnight in communities .

• Good computer skills, especially in MS Excel and Word, and familiarity with using the internet to access resources.

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If you think you are the right person for this job, please forward your application with your CV and a letter addressing how your skills and experience meet the selection criteria.

Contact Name:

Hillary Sogari.

Phone:

(+678) 22794.

Email:

hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

Address:

Save the Children , P 0 Box 283 , Port ViIa, Vanuatu.
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5035 Six Community Training Officers (Efate - Santo - Ambae)

Save the Children

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Efate, Santo, Ambae

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

08-Aug-14

Job Description:

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to children’s lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.

SCA in Vanuatu Program aims to achieve positive outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in the areas of health and well-being, child rights and child protection. We advocate on behalf of children and promote the rights of the child.

Key Purpose of these positions

The overall goal of the Save the Children Vanuatu “Healthy Babies, Healthy Teens” (HBHT) project is to improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in target areas through the following strategies:

• Improve RMNCH knowledge, attitudes and practices among mothers and community members

• Increase access to, and quality of RMNCH services at health facilities for pregnant women, mothers and children

• Improve nutrition of pregnant mothers and children 0-2 years of age

• Investigate and document the issue of teenage pregnancy.



The key roles of the Community Training Officers will be to:

• Work closely with Clinical Capacity Officers to conduct an audit of current RNMCH training curricula; help to develop and revise quality community level training modules.

• Work closely with VHWs to plan and provide basic RMNCH and nutrition training and refresher training for community groups including teenagers, women’s groups, community leaders, etc.

• Build linkages with communities to ensure greater involvement of teenage mothers in community trainings.

For a copy of the Position Description, or for more information about this role contact hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

We are an employer of choice and equal opportunity so we encourage people with disabilities to apply as well.

Only those applicants who are successfully shortlisted will be contacted.

All staff are required to undergo a police check before commencement of employment.

Criteria:

• 3 years’ experience conducting community level trainings, including liaising with community leaders.

• Good verbal and written communication skills in both Bislama and English.

• Ability to communicate sensitive health messages surrounding Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health.

• Willing and able to travel to and work in remote communities.

• Knowledge of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health

• Completed High School Level 12.

• Diploma in Community Services an advantage.

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If you think you are the right person for this job, please forward your application with your CV and a letter addressing how your skills and experience meet the selection criteria.

Contact Name:

Hillary Sogari.

Phone:

(+678) 22794

Email:

hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

Address:

Save the Children , P 0 Box 283 , Port ViIa, Vanuatu.
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5034 Three Community Engagement Officers

Save the Children

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Efate, Santo, Ambae

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

08-Aug-14

Job Description:

Three Community Engagement Officers - Efate, Santo and Ambae

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to children’s lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.

SCA in Vanuatu Program aims to achieve positive outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in the areas of health and well-being, child rights and child protection. We advocate on behalf of children and promote the rights of the child.

Key Purpose of these position;

The overall goal of the Save the Children Vanuatu “Healthy Babies, Healthy Teens” (HBHT) project is to improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in target areas through the following strategies:

• Improve RMNCH knowledge, attitudes and practices among mothers and community members

• Increase access to, and quality of RMNCH services at health facilities for pregnant women, mothers and children

• Improve nutrition of pregnant mothers and children 0-2 years of age

• Investigate and document the issue of teenage pregnancy.



The key roles of the Community Engagement Officers will be to:

• Follow up after health trainings; provide ongoing mentoring and coaching to community groups to ensure positive RMNCH and nutrition behaviours.

• Mobilise communities for health facility outreach and other community level events.

• Build linkages with communities to ensure greater involvement of teenage mothers in community activities.

• Liaise with multiple community stakeholders and groups to plan and conduct awareness sessions on RMNCH during provincial and national events.

For a copy of the Position Description, or for more information about this role contact hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

We are an employer of choice and equal opportunity so we encourage people with disabilities to apply as well.

Only those applicants who are successfully shortlisted will be contacted.

All staff are required to undergo a police check before commencement of employment.

Criteria:

• Good verbal and written communication skills in both Bislama and English.

• Demonstrated knowledge and practical skills in community level mobilization and events Ability to communicate sensitive health messages surrounding Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health.

• Willing and able to travel to and work in remote communities, including overnight.

• Experience in conducting health promotion activities.

• Knowledge of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health an advantage.

• Completed High School Level 12.

• Diploma in Community Services an advantage.

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If you think you are the right person for this job, please forward your application with your CV and a letter addressing how your skills and experience meet the selection criteria.

Contact Name:

Hillary Sogari.

Phone:

(+678) 22794

Email:

hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

Address:

Save the Children , P 0 Box 283 , Port ViIa, Vanuatu.
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5033 Three Island Coordinators (Efate - Santo - Ambae)

Save the Children

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Efate, Santo, Ambae

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

08-Aug-14

Job Description:

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to children’s lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.



SCA in Vanuatu Program aims to achieve positive outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in the areas of health and well-being, child rights and child protection. We advocate on behalf of children and promote the rights of the child.

Key Purpose of these position;

The overall goal of the Save the Children Vanuatu “Healthy Babies, Healthy Teens” (HBHT) project is to improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in target areas through the following strategies:

• Improve RMNCH knowledge, attitudes and practices among mothers and community members

• Increase access to, and quality of RMNCH services at health facilities for pregnant women, mothers and children

• Improve nutrition of pregnant mothers and children 0-2 years of age

• Investigate and document the issue of teenage pregnancy.



The key roles of the Island Coordinators will be to:

• Manage all Save the Children projects implemented in the designated island/ province.

• Ensure program activities are being implemented to a high standard, and according to work plans.

• Manage senior project staff in their respective islands, and provide leadership and mentoring to these staff to ensure projects are effective and achieving quality outcomes for children.



For a copy of the Position Description, or for more information about this role contact hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

We are an employer of choice and equal opportunity so we encourage people with disabilities to apply as well.

Only those applicants who are successfully shortlisted will be contacted.

All staff are required to undergo a police check before commencement of employment.

Criteria:

• Ability to develop, maintain and strengthen partnerships with others inside and outside the organization, including community leaders and government officials.

• Experience in staff/ personnel management including mentoring and staff development.

• Demonstrates the ability to plan and organize self and others to ensure the timely completion of tasks while working in a fast paced environment and to strict deadlines.

• Displays well developed verbal and written communication skills in both Bislama and English.

• Previous work experience in the NGO/ community sector .

• Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.

• Graduate level qualifications in Development (or related area) or equivalent work experience .

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If you think you are the right person for this job, please forward your application with your CV and a letter addressing how your skills and experience meet the selection criteria.

Contact Name:

Hillary Sogari.

Phone:

(+678) 22794

Email:

hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

Address:

Save the Children , P 0 Box 283 , Port ViIa, Vanuatu.
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5032 One Program Manager

Save the Children

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

08-Aug-14

Job Description:

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to children’s lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.



SCA in Vanuatu Program aims to achieve positive outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in the areas of health and well-being, child rights and child protection. We advocate on behalf of children and promote the rights of the child.



The overall goal of the Save the Children Vanuatu “Healthy Babies, Healthy Teens” (HBHT) project is to improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in target areas through the following strategies:



• Improve RMNCH knowledge, attitudes and practices among mothers and community members

• Increase access to, and quality of RMNCH services at health facilities for pregnant women, mothers and children

• Improve nutrition of pregnant mothers and children 0-2 years of age

• Investigate and document the issue of teenage pregnancy



One Program Manager

The role of the HBHT Program Manager will be to:

• Oversee and co-ordinate the effective planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the Program.

• Support the Island Coordinators to develop program activity and monitoring and evaluation guidelines to contribute to improved quality of program delivery.

• Provide on-demand, hands-on programmatic and technical support to Island Teams as required.



For a copy of the Position Description, or for more information about this role contact hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu



We are an employer of choice and equal opportunity so we encourage people with disabilities to apply as well.

Only those applicants who are successfully shortlisted will be contacted.

All staff are required to undergo a police check before commencement of employment.

Criteria:

• Extensive project management experience and a thorough knowledge of the project management cycle, including project planning and monitoring.

• Experience in working in partnership with government, donors, and community organizations.

• Experience managing staff.

• Post-Secondary qualification in a related field.

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If you think you are the right person for this job, please forward your application with your CV and a letter addressing how your skills and experience meet the selection criteria.

Contact Name:

Hillary Sogari.

Phone:

(+678) 22794

Email:

hillary.sogari@sca.org.vu

Address:

Save the Children , P 0 Box 283 , Port ViIa, Vanuatu.
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5031 Hospitality and Tourism Consultant

Youth Challenge Vanuatu

Industry:

Non Government Organisation

Location:

Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Job Hours:

Not Stated

Due Date:

01-Aug-14

Job Description:

The Pacific Growth and Employment Project (PGEP) is a two-year program under the ILO Australia Partnership agreement that is intended to address employment challenges by improving opportunities for sustainable and productive employment growth. The PGEP seeks to increase employment opportunities of Ni-Vanuatu in the tourism industry in Vanuatu and PNG nationals in the

transport industry in Papua New Guinea.



Youth Challenge Vanuatu (YCV) wants to engage an external consultant to review and contextualize existing training modules and materials to include specific hospitality focused as well as employment skills. This will serve to give youth some vocational grounding in the hospitality sector or provide additional validation of learning for those with previous qualifications in the hospitality

sector.



* Terms of Reference are available upon request.

Criteria:

- Bachelor’s degree or five years professional consultant experience

- Non-Profit experience a plus

- Familiar with Youth Challenge Vanuatu and Hospitality and Tourism

- Proficient in English and Bislama

- Exceptional references

- Demonstrated strong time management, organizational and communication skills

Salary:

Not Stated

Language:

Bislama, English

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How To Apply:

If interested please submit your CV/resume with minimum of three reference directly at Youth Challenge Vanuatu or Contact us at (678) 28182.

Contact Name:

Shirley Abraham

Phone:

+678 28182

Email:

shirley.abraham.ycv@gmail.com

Address:

P O Box 1105, Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Website:
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Source:

18-Jul-14 Direct from Employer
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