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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

5897 Consultant - Camp Coordination & Camp Management (CCCM)

International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Industry:
Other
Location: 
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Job Hours:
Consultant Contract - 12 Weeks
Due Date
13-Nov-15 - Starting as soon as possible (before 1st of Dec. 2015)





Job Description:



Context
IOM Vanuatu has been a key player in providing emergency relief supplies (emergency kits, shelter tool-kits, family kits) and technical support to the Government of Vanuatu (GoV) as part of the Tropical Cyclone Pam humanitarian response. More recently, IOM scaled up its operations in Vanuatu in support of the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and in line with planning and priority responses established by the GoV in the National Recovery and Economic Strengthening Program Plan “Strengthening Ni-Vanuatu Resilience”. In this framework, IOM is assisting the GoV and National Emergency Operation Centre (NEOC) by strengthening processes that entail the whole cycle of evacuation in natural disasters, including preparedness and planning. 

General Functions
Under the overall direction of the IOM Chief of Mission in Canberra, Australia; the direct supervision of the Program Manager (Shelter & Settlements) in Vanuatu; and in coordination with the Regional Technical Advisor based at the IOM Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand, the Consultant will support the implementation of the shelter programme in Vanuatu.

In particular, s/he will:
1. Review and finalize the draft of the National Evacuation Centres Guidelines in consultation with the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO), Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation (MCCA), Department of Local Authorities (DLA) and other relevant stakeholders.
2. Coordinate the activities of the Evacuation Centres Working Group (ECWG) and develop a national contingency plan for the relocation of El Nino affected population.
3. Support the preparation of the Mass Evacuation in Natural Disaster (MEND) mission and finalize programmatic and logistic arrangements.
4. Any other duties that may be assigned, in the context of the implementation of the shelter programme in Vanuatu. 

LIST OF DELIVERABLES

No.
Deliverables
Timeline
1
First draft of National Contingency plan for mass relocation of El Nino affected population
After 2 weeks
2
Approved National Contingency plan for mass relocation of El Nino affected population and IOM response plan
After 4 weeks
3
First draft of national guidelines for 1) Selection and Assessment of Evacuation Centres and 2) Managements of Collective Centres
After 4 week
4
National Consultation and validation of the Guidelines *
Within 4 weeks
5
Final draft of National EC guidelines *
After 8 weeks
6
National CCCM training for NDMO, GoV officials and partners.
After 10 weeks
7
Guidelines approved and adopted by the GoV
End of Contract
8
MEND mission agenda, detailed plan and baseline information finalized
End of Contract

* The consultant is expected to deliver three separate documents:
A) Guidelines for selection and assessment of EC
B) Guidelines for the management of EC
C) Contingency plan for relocation of ElNino affected population.

General Information
1. Before commencing work, the Consultant will be required to submit a statement of good health signed by a certified medical doctor, including confirmation that the Consultant’s vaccinations required for the country or countries to which travel may be required are up to date.
2. IOM will provide the Consultant a round trip airfare and cover travel expenses to/from Vanuatu. IOM will assist in issuing documents required in visa processing.
3. The Consultant will report to work at the IOM Vanuatu office according to the normal IOM office hours and working days and/or as agreed upon between IOM and the Consultant.
4. IOM will provide working space and loan the necessary equipment (computer, internet access, IOM email account, etc.) which the Consultant will need to perform tasks as agreed in the framework of the Contract.
5. IOM only covers the Consultant against occupational accidents and illnesses under the Compensation Plan (CP), free of charge, for the duration of the assignment. IOM does not provide evacuation or medical insurance for reasons related to non-occupational accidents and illnesses. The Consultant is responsible for his/her own medical insurance for non-occupational accident or illness. 

    Criteria:
    Qualifications
    Education and Experience
    • Advanced degree in a field of study that offers a comprehensive view of community organization, planning and design and/or social sciences (e.g. humanitarian affairs, development studies, political science, or a related field), or an equivalent combination of camp management and humanitarian experience in a related
    • At least 8 years of experience in the field of post disaster response in the field of CCCM, DRM
    • Work experience in post-conflict environments, including management of IOM infrastructure projects an advantage
    • Proven experience in policy development and capacity building at National and Regional level and
    • Thorough understanding of Vanuatu DRM context and coordination mechanisms
    Competencies
    • Excellent communication and negotiation skills
    • Understanding of complex Social-political environments
    • Drive for results with effective resource management skills
    • Ability to supervise, direct, coach and mentor staff
    • Ability to work under extreme pressure in difficult conditions while maintaining security awareness
    • Flexibility and focus on processes and their improvements
    • Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds
    • Stamina, determination, commitment and adaptability in the workplace are required Excellent computer skills especially in Microsoft windows spreadsheet, excel, word,  SAP, access, internet, outlook, and other software.
    Salary:

    Not Stated

    Language:

    English - Thorough knowledge. Bislama - Working knowledge an advantage.

    How To Apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via e-mail to hraustralia@iom.int by 13 November, 2015 at the latest, referring to this advertisement. Please include the reference code VU-2015-05 followed by your full name in the e-mail subject line.

    Applications should include: a) a cover letter, specifying the expected fee for the proposed assignment; b) a curriculum vitae and/or a duly completed IOM Personal History Form or UN P11 form which can be accessible via this link and, c) three references. Applicants will be contacted only if under serious consideration for the assignment. 

    Contact Person:

    Not Stated

    Phone:

    Not Stated
    Address: Not Stated

    Email:

    hraustralia@iom.int


    Website:
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    ______________________________________________________________
    Source: 
    03-Nov-15 Direct from Employer

    For further information on the above Vanuatu job please see the source or contact the employer directly.



    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    Reference Code: VU-2015-05


    Position Title:                     Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Consultant

    Duty Station:                     Port Vila, Vanuatu Type of Appointment:                                          Consultant Contract Duration: 12 weeks
    Starting Date:                   As soon as possible (before December 1, 2015)

    Closing Date of Vacancy: 13 November 2015



    Context


    IOM Vanuatu has been a key player in providing emergency relief supplies (emergency kits, shelter tool-kits, family kits) and technical support to the Government of Vanuatu (GoV) as part of the Tropical Cyclone Pam humanitarian response. More recently, IOM scaled up its operations in Vanuatu in support of the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and in line with planning and priority responses established by the GoV in the National Recovery and Economic Strengthening Program Plan Strengthening Ni-Vanuatu Resilience”. In this framework, IOM is assisting the GoV and National Emergency Operation Centre (NEOC) by strengthening  processes  that  entail  the  whole  cycle  of  evacuation  in  natural  disasters, including preparedness and planning.

    General Functions


    Under the overall direction of the IOM Chief of Mission in Canberra, Australia; the direct supervision of the Program Manager (Shelter & Settlements) in Vanuatu; and in coordination with the Regional Technical Advisor based at the IOM Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific in  Bangkok,  Thailand,  the  Consultant  will  support  the  implementation  of  the  shelter programme in Vanuatu.

    In particular, s/he will:

    1.  Review and finalize the draft of the National Evacuation Centres Guidelines in consultation with the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO), Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation (MCCA), Department of  Local Authorities (DLA) and other relevant stakeholders.
    2.  Coordinate the activities of the Evacuation Centres Working Group (ECWG) and develop a national contingency plan for the relocation of El Nino affected population.
    3.   Support the preparation of the Mass Evacuation in Natural Disaster (MEND) mission and finalize programmatic and logistic arrangements.
    4.   Any other duties that may be assigned, in the context of the implementation of the
    shelter programme in Vanuatu.


    List of Deliverables


    No.
    Deliverables
    Timeline
    1
    First draft of National Contingency plan for mass relocation of El
    Nino affected population
    After 2 weeks
    2
    Approved National Contingency plan for mass relocation of El
    Nino affected population and IOM response plan
    After 4 weeks
    3
    First draft of national guidelines for 1) Selection and
    Assessment of Evacuation Centres and 2) Managements of
    Collective Centres
    After 4 week
    4
    National Consultation and validation of the Guidelines *
    Within 4 weeks
    5
    Final draft of National EC guidelines *
    After 8 weeks
    6
    National CCCM training for NDMO, GoV officials and partners.
    After 10 weeks
    7
    Guidelines approved and adopted by the GoV
    End of Contract
    8
    MEND mission agenda, detailed plan and baseline information
    finalized
    End of Contract

    * The consultant is expected to deliver three separate documents: A) Guidelines for selection and assessment of EC
    B) Guidelines for the management of EC
    C) Contingency plan for relocation of ElNino affected population.

    Qualifications


    Education and Experience
    a) Advanced degree in a field of study that offers a comprehensive view of community organization, planning and design and/or social sciences (e.g. humanitarian affairs, development studies, political science, or a related field), or an equivalent combination of camp management and humanitarian experience in a related field); b) At least 8 years of experience in the field of post disaster response in the field of CCCM, DRM; c) Work experience  in  post-conflict  environments,  including  management  of  IOM  infrastructure projects an advantage; e) Proven experience in policy development and capacity building at National and Regional level; and f) Thorough understanding of Vanuatu DRM context and coordination mechanisms.

    Competencies
    a) Excellent communication and negotiation skills; b) understanding of complex social-political environments; c) drive for results with effective resource management skills; d) ability to supervise, direct, coach and mentor staff; e) ability to work under extreme pressure in difficult conditions while maintaining security awareness; f) flexibility and focus on processes and their improvements; g) ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds; h) stamina, determination, commitment and adaptability in the workplace are required; i) excellent computer skills especially in  Microsoft windows spreadsheet, excel, word, SAP, access, internet, outlook, and other software.

    Languages

    Thorough knowledge of English. Working knowledge of Bislama an advantage.


    General Information

    1.   Before commencing work, the Consultant will be required to submit a statement of good health signed by a certified medical doctor, including confirmation that the Consultants vaccinations required for the country or countries to which travel may be required are up to date.
    2.   IOM will provide the Consultant a round trip airfare and cover travel expenses to/from
    Vanuatu. IOM will assist in issuing documents required in visa processing.
    3.   The Consultant will report to work at the IOM Vanuatu office according to the normal IOM
    office hours and working days and/or as agreed upon between IOM and the Consultant.
    4.   IOM will provide working space and loan the necessary equipment (computer, internet access, IOM email account, etc.) which the Consultant will need to perform tasks as agreed in the framework of the Contract.
    5.   IOM only covers the Consultant against occupational accidents and illnesses under the Compensation Plan (CP), free of charge, for the duration of the assignment.  IOM does not provide evacuation or medical insurance for reasons related to non-occupational accidents and illnesses.  The Consultant is responsible for his/her own medical insurance for non-occupational accident or illness.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via e-mail to  hraustralia@iom.int by 13 November, 2015 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.  Please include the reference code VU-2015-05 followed by your full name in the e-mail subject line.

    Applications should include: a) a cover letter, specifying the expected fee for the proposed assignment; b) a curriculum vitae and/or a duly completed IOM Personal History Form or UN P11 form; and, c) three references. Applicants will be contacted only if under serious consideration for the assignment.


    Posting Period: From November 2, 2015 to November 13, 2013