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23/08/2013

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Consultancy: International Advisor - Land, Myanmar
26/09/2014

 

  • Yangon/Mawlamyine location
  • Short-term consultancy (30 days)

The Strengthening Competitiveness of Smallholder Rubber Farmers Program (SCSRFP) is designed to contribute to achievement of the Agriculture and Food Security domain of the Swiss Cooperation Strategy in Myanmar 2013-2017.  This program will support small-holder farmers secure access to land, increase productivity, and increase their income through improved market actions.  To be implemented over three phases, the program will directly benefit at least 12,000 rubber smallholder families, and reach approximately 60,000 men, women and children across 4 townships in southern Mon State and adjacent areas of Tanintharyi and Kayin State.  The program is underpinned by principles of conflict-sensitivity and gender equality programming.

CARE Myanmar has been selected as the proposed implementing partner.  CARE Myanmar has been working in Mon State for nearly 15 years, and brings expertise in value chain development, facilitation of land tenure, gendered technical approaches and long standing support to vulnerable poor communities.  Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) and CARE Myanmar have collaborated to generate preliminary analysis of the rubber value chain and market and the project has now entered the Inception Phase.

The primary purpose of the Inception Phase is to build effective foundations for the SCSRFP through further analysis and investigation of proposed programs; as well as fostering understanding, ownership and collaboration amongst potential program partners and stakeholders. It focuses on Access to Land for Smallholder Rubber Farmers and is part of a series of investigations leading to the development of a long term strategy for the SCSRFP.

The advisor is to lead and manage a Land Registration Study; provide technical inputs in designing, planning and implementing a Land Rights Verification Pilot Program; and collaborate with other SCSRFP Inception Phase technical specialists to produce a coherent and viable long term strategy for the SCSRFP.

For more details, please view the Terms of Reference.

To apply, email a brief statement addressing the Selection Criteria along with your current CV with a minimum of two referee contacts and proposed budget to MMR.Recruitment@careint.org. Please indicate “International Advisor - Land” as the subject for the application.

Applications close midnight, 13 October 2014

Village Assembly Strengthening Project Manager - Papua New Guinea
26/09/2014
  • Fixed term until 30 June 2015, with the possibility of extension
  • Buka, Autonomous Region of Bougainville, PNG

CARE Australia on behalf of CARE International is looking to fill the position of Village Assembly Strengthening (VAS) Project Manager in Papua New Guinea. The VAS Project aims to build the organisational capacity of local government within selected districts, incorporating gender equity and youth involvement, and supporting the development of accountable and participatory planning processes in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. The VAS Project Manager is responsible for development and management of the VAS activities and will lead the implementation, quality, and coordination of the project.

Your relevant tertiary qualifications and program management experience in international development will be highly regarded. Your experience in community planning and accountability tools and your ability to monitor and track budgets and expenditure, and produce accurate and timely financial reports will be complemented by your ability to manage, mentor and build the capacity of a small team and your ability to build strong relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders.

We ask that previous applicants please confirm their continued interest in this position.

Want more information? 
Please view the Candidate Information Pack.

Questions about the role? 
Please contact Blossum Gilmour, Assistant Country Director Programs, CARE International PNG on Blossum.Gilmour@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

To apply:
You must complete the Online CARE Australia Application Cover Sheet or download the Word version of the Application Cover Sheet.

Then email a brief statement addressing the Selection Criteria (found within the Candidate Information Pack) along with your current CV to: jobs@care.org.au  The subject line of your email should read: LAST NAME, First Name + Position Title + Position Location.

How-to-apply instructions

Applications Close: Midnight, 12 October 2014

Call for Consultancy Services: End of Project Evaluation
24/09/2014

CARE’s Livelihood Security and Civil Society Strengthening in the occupied Palestinian territory project, otherwise known as TATWEER (Arabic for progress), is funded by the Australian Government, as part of the Australia-Middle East NGO Cooperation Agreement (AMENCA) and is implemented by CARE International in West Bank Gaza in Jenin and Tubas Governorates, over a six year period. 

TATWEER aims to reduce vulnerability and increase resilience of vulnerable communities through access to locally available quality agricultural services, capacity building of community based organisations (CBOs) and partner NGOs, improved household food security and improved access to markets.

CARE in West Bank Gaza seeks a qualified consultant with the required technical skills and experience to conduct an end of project evaluation of the TATWEER project in its targeted areas: Tubas and Jenin.

The evaluation will analyse the processes, dynamics and linkages behind the success of the project to better understand these elements and enhance the success of a subsequent phase of programming.  The findings will be used to assess the achievements of the project against project objectives, and the efficacy of piloted models, project approaches and design. This will require a dual focus on results and process, with a particular focus on lessons learned and success factors for possible replication of models at scale, and used to inform the design of a subsequent phase of programming planned for 2015.  The evaluation will include a focus on gendered results and women’s empowerment.

For more details, please view the Terms of Reference.

Expressions of Interest should include:

  • Up to date CV on the consultant/s; and
  • Up to four page statement of capability (referencing the selection criteria) and the methodology and approach to be taken in the evaluation.

 Full quotation should include all of the following:

  • Daily rate and maximum number of days;
  • Specific point of departure/return to take up the consultancy; and
  • Confirmation of availability to complete the evaluation in October- December 2014.

Expressions of Interest should be submitted to Alaa Abu Nasrah, Procurement Officer, CARE International in West Bank Gaza, abu_nasrah@carewbg.org  by 5pm – Jerusalem time - on 12 October 2014.

Northern Provinces Program Coordinator - Laos
18/09/2014
  • Based in Khua, Phongsaly Province, Laos
  • Fixed term, one year with the possibility of extension

CARE Australia is looking to fill the position of Northern Provinces Program Coordinator in our Laos Country Office. This role provides leadership and overall quality assurance, support and supervision to a diverse team working across an integrated rural development program focusing on food security, nutrition, health, climate change, women’s empowerment, civil society strengthening, water and sanitation and livelihoods development. This position is also responsible for building the capacity of project managers and senior staff within the provincial programs.

Your project management experience in international development, skills in program design and proposal development as well as your relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent professional experience will allow you to perform successfully in this role. Your demonstrated experience in Human Resource Management and the ability to capacity build staff and local partners as well as lead, manage coach and motivate staff will be highly regarded. You will also possess strong relationship building, communication and organisation and time management skills.

Want more information? 
Please view the Candidate Information Pack.

Questions about the role? 
Please contact Robin aus der Beek, Remote Ethnic Groups Program Coordinator on +856 20 5490 92302 or Robin.ausderBeek@careint.org (please do not send applications to this address).

To apply:
You must complete the Online CARE Australia Application Cover Sheet or download the Word version of the Application Cover Sheet.

Then email a brief statement addressing the Selection Criteria (found within the Position Description) along with your current CV to: jobs@care.org.au  The subject line of your email should read: LAST NAME, First Name + Position Title + Position Location.

How-to-apply instructions

Applications Close: midnight, 2 October 2014.


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Vocational Training Curriculum Development Officer - Myanmar
2/10/2014

Would you like to use your skills and experience to volunteer in a developing country?

The Australian Volunteers for International Development program places skilled Australian volunteers in developing countries. The Australian Volunteers program is funded by the Australian Government.

CARE Australia will be supporting a Vocational Training Curriculum Development Officer assignment in Myanmar. To apply for this assignment please go to http://bit.ly/1xvhxm1

We encourage you to apply or pass this link on to anyone interested in applying.

Applications are due 21st October.  Application details are available on www.volunteering.scopeglobal.com

Please note Scope Global reserves the right to withdraw this volunteer assignment at any stage of the selection process.

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