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Driver VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.

World Vision International Sierra Leone (WVISL) has been operational since 1996 assisting communities with various interventions in health, education, child protection, water & sanitation and livelihoods.

Applications are requested from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of ‘Programme Effectiveness Director’– Freetown
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
To lead a team responsible for Programme Effectiveness through the development and implementation of the National Office Strategy, technical oversight of programme areas, to ensure quality assurance in the design, monitoring, and evaluation of programs and projects in alignment to World Vision standards and industry best practices.
The job holder communicates World Vision’s Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example of others

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Lead the development on implementation of the National Office Strategy; and successful implementation of design, monitoring, and evaluation in World Vision Sierra Leone country programs
- Ensure adequate human and technical resources are available to implement National office objectives; promote the alignment of sector business plans so to meet strategic objectives
- Help build capacity of field level staff and strengthen the skills of the Programme Effectiveness team so that capacity of field level operational staff and Programme Effectiveness staff is enhanced to deliver quality programming
- Engage externally at national level and internally thereby encouraging active participation and representation.
- Ensure technical standards are defined (understood), and appropriate systems are applied in programmes and projects, technical standards and processes developed to aid project implementation at the field level.
- Develop simple and contextualized tools for proper delivery on Design Monitoring and Evaluation processes (assessment, designs, monitoring and evaluation, reflections, etc) for the support to quality assurance in programmes; ensuring Child Protection is mainstreamed into Design Monitoring and Evaluation processes, and all programmes and projects.
- Effectively supervise and mentor the Risk Manager, Gender and Advocacy Manager, Livelihoods Advisor, Design Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and Knowledge Management and Systems Manager.
- Lead research and learning on various program, projects, and document best practices to enhance effective program and project implementation.
- Ensure adequate tools are in place to monitor and document impact in all programme areas. Facilitate information management and flow to ensure a smooth working relationship with other departments.
- Ensure adequate and timely follow up and tracking of all audit recommendation relating to your Function as agreed in the Management Response and champion Child Safe Organizational practices (e.g. children are not hired to execute World Vision projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff ...etc)
OTHER COMPETENCIES/ATTRIBUTES:
- Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
- Attend and lead in daily devotions.
- Champions Child Safe Organization practices (e.g. children are not hired to execute World Vision International Sierra Leone projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff ...etc)
- Management, team-building skills required.
- Perform other duties as required.

WVI GENERAL CORE COMPETENCIES:
- Be Safe and Resilient
- Build Relationships
- Learn and Develop
- Partner and Collaborate
- Deliver Results
- Be Accountable
- Improve and Innovate
- Embrace Change

WVI LEADERSHIP CORE COMPETENCIES
- Model Self-Management
- Engage, Influence, Lead and Grow Others
- Run an Effective and Agile Organisation
- Develop the Organisation for the Future

QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION/KNOWLEDGE/TECHNICAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
- Educational level required: A Master’s Degree in development Studies or Social Sciences or equivalent
- Experience: Minimum of 5 years’ field working experience on Design Monitoring and Evaluation and programme management.
- At least seven (7) years progressive experience in the humanitarian and development sector
- Strong skills in research methodology, and application of data analysis using computer programs.

TECHNICAL SKILLS & CAPABLITIES
- Computer Skills
- Good planning and organizational skills
- Working knowledge and negotiation skills
- Proficiency in English
- Capabilities to identify needs in staff training
- Abilities to maintain effective working relationships with all staffs and all other partners
- Abilities to work with team and contribute in building team spirit,

If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to the email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applications sent through any other means will not be accepted. Please ensure that the subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘Programme Effectiveness Director’. Referees of successful candidates will be contacted and each application should include referees’ current email and telephone numbers.

Closing Date: April 13, 2020.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
World Vision International Sierra Leone takes diligent measures to screen out people who might seek to
work with them to ensure they do no harm to children or adult beneficiaries in the discharge of their duties.
Successful candidate for this position will therefore be screened and required to sign the World Vision Child and Adult Safeguarding Policy. World Vision International Sierra Leone will also conduct Police check for successful applicant.

WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

 

NOTIFICATION FOR PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT FOR LEONCO FILLING STATIONS IN SIERRA LEONE

This advert serves to notify interested person/parties of the Draft Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) conducted on behalf of the LEONOIL COMPANY LIMITED (LEONCO) for all their filling stations located in Freetown, Makeni, Port Loko, Rogbere Junction, Lungi, Kono Segbwema and Bo.

In conformity and compliance with the Sierra Leone Environment Protection Agency Act (2008/2010), LEONCO intends to design their operations in a manner that minimises potential negative environmental and social impacts. This is expected to be achieved through the ESIA process. The Draft ESIA Report have been prepared by the Consulting Firm, Integrated Geo-information and Environmental Management Services (INTEGEMS) Limited on behalf of LEONCO to address the environmental and social concerns related to the Project.

The Draft ESIA Report will be presented to the general public, including affected communities and interested stakeholders during the public disclosure on the following dates:

-Tuesday 28 January 2020 at Kenema District Council Hall (Participants from Kenema, Bo Segbwema and Kono).

- Thursday 30 January 2020 at Port Loko District Council Hall (Participants from Lungi, Lunsar, Rogbere Junction, and Port Loko City).

- Friday 31 January 2020 at INTEGEMS Geo-innovations Centre, 8H Technical Institute Drive, Off Main Motor Road, Congo Cross, Freetown (Participants from reetown) The report is now available for public review and comment at the following locations:

The Environmental Protection Agency Sierra Leone (EPA-SL), 21 Old Railway Line, Brookfields, Freetown LEONOIL COMPANY LIMITED office at Leonoil Terminal, Kissy Mess Mess, Texaco New Road Freetown.

Integrated Geo-information and Environmental Management Services (INTEGEMS) Limited office at 8G Technical Institute Drive, Off Main Motor Road, Congo Cross Freetown. Stakeholders and interested person/parties are invited to participate in the consultation process for the public disclosure at the above mentioned locations.

Comments can be submitted verbally or written at the stakeholder workshop or any of the above mentioned addresses.

 

INVITATION TO BID
January 21, 2020
Deadline for Expression of Interest extended
Catholic Relief Services – United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, a non-governmental organization helping the Freetown City Council to improve the solid waste management system in Freetown, Sierra Leone, invites you to participate in a tender and bidding process to select a contractor for the construction of: Two (2) waste transfer stations in Western Urban District as part of the “Improved Solid Waste Services in Freetown”, funded by DFID.

Tender documents: Interested bidders can express interest to bid at the Pre-bid Conference that will be held at CRS Conference Room, 41 river side Drive, Brookfields Freetown on January 27th, 2020 at 11 am or by sending an email indicating their intention to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Interested bidders are invited to a compulsory site visit which will start on January 27th, 2020 at 1pm at the CRS office.

The deadline for expressing interest is January 27th, 2020 at 1pm.
The tender package includes, Tender Declaration Form, Tender Conditions and Procedure, Technical Qualification checklist, Administrative Qualification Checklist, Drawings & Specifications, Bill of Quantity, and Draft Contract Template.
Submission: Tender returns should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly identifying the name of the contractor, valid email address, telephone number, name of contact person and address to:
Procurement Department,
Catholic Relief Services
41 River side Drive
Freetown.
On /or before the deadline of February 3rd, 2020, 5 pm.
Tender returns received after this time will not be considered.
Tender opening: Tender returns will be publicly opened on the February 4th, 2020 at 9 am.
Complete guidance on the submission process and requirements is included in the RFP document and Tender Conditions and Procedure.
CRS reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the Tender process. CRS also reserves the right to require compliance with additional conditions as deem necessary during the bid evaluation process.

Sincerely,
Catholic Relief Services
Head of Procurement
CRS

Reply Slip:

I hereby affix my signature to confirm my intention and commitment to participate in this Pre-bid conference.

Name of Company : __________________
Name of Contact Person : __________________
Valid Email Address : __________________
Valid Telephone Number :__________________
Date : _________________


LOGISTICS MANAGER (FREETOWN)
ABOUT US
Action Against Hunger is an international network (Paris, New York, London, Toronto, Madrid and New Delhi) committed to ending world hunger. For almost 40 years, across nearly 50 countries, we have been working to fight undernutrition and support communities affected by crisis across the globe. In 2017, we reached more than 20 million people worldwide. We carry out innovative, lifesaving and development programmes in nutrition and health (including mental health), WASH, disaster risk reduction and management, food security and livelihood, and advocacy
Action Against Hunger has been working in Sierra Leone since 1991 with the purpose to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable people, at first during the emergencies and then in a more development setting, until the 2014 Ebola outbreak and the emergency it generated in the country. AAH interventions in Sierra Leone aim at improving the nutrition security of the population, with particular focus on children under-five and pregnant and lactating women. AAH aims at doing so by implementing multisectorial programs, which encompass direct nutrition intervention and prevention activities to address the underlining causes of undernutrition, i.e. poor health, food insecurity, poor care practices, and poor access to water and sanitation. Action Against Hunger has also an integrated advocacy strategy in the mission that cut across all the sectors.
Action Against Hunger is recruiting its new Logistics Manager to assist in the implementation of it logistics strategy and policy in Freetown to ensure good logistical performance and provide the best possible support to other departments in Freetown.
You are required to supervise the energy sources and vehicle fleet management: maintenance, planning, monitoring costs, administrative aspect (insurance, documentation.
He is to coordinate with electricians at local and HQ level to ensure stable and safe power supply, carry out energy safety assessments under the supervision of his/her line manager when required.
He/she is to ensure conformity with Action Against Hunger procedures at each stage of the supply chain process.
You are require to follow up on repairs and maintenance tasks on the buildings and ensure timely submission and relevance of procured materials to support those activities.
He/she is to carry out regular security assessment of compounds, ensure that buildings are compliant to security SOPs (including presence of adequate equipment: fire extinguishers, first aid kits, etc).
QUALIFICATIONS
- Degree in Logistics, Business Management or related fields, or
- Professional experience at middle level logistics management
- Minimum 3 year’s working experience
- Capacity to communicate with people
Required Competence and Skills:
- Good knowledge of the local languages and culture
- Strong knowledge and experience of logistical processes.
- Training and teaching skills
- Reporting capabilities
WORK CONDITIONS
STARTING DATE: 1st March 2020
DURATION OF CONTRACT: One years (renewable)
LOCATION: Freetown
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: One
REMUNERATION: SLL 6,772,000 Monthly Basic Salary
SLL 236,412 Monthly Allowances
HOW TO APPLY: Motivation letter, CV with names of three (3) referees to be addressed to:
The Human Resources Coordinator
Action Against Hunger
10 Sall Drive, Cockle bay
Off Aberdeen Road
Freetown
Or at our Field Offices
Moyamba: Sembehun Road, Moyamba
Or email to:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Deadline for the receipt of applications is 5th February 2020 only short-listed candidates will be contacted for a written test and oral interview. Please state the position applied for on the subject line of your email. Action Against Hunger is an equal opportunity Employer. Women are strongly encourage to apply.
Please be informed that this is National Position and the terms and conditions of Sierra Leone employee will apply.

OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT


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JOB ADVERTISEMENT
ABOUT US
Action Against Hunger is an international network (Paris, New York, London, Toronto, Madrid and New Delhi) committed to ending world hunger. For almost 40 years, across nearly 50 countries, we have been working to fight undernutrition and support communities affected by crisis across the globe. In 2017, we reached more than 20 million people worldwide. We carry out innovative, lifesaving and development programmes in nutrition and health (including mental health), WASH, disaster risk reduction and management, food security and livelihood, and advocacy
Action Against Hunger has been working in Sierra Leone since 1991 with the purpose to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable people, at first during the emergencies and then in a more development setting, until the 2014 Ebola outbreak and the emergency it generated in the country. AAH interventions in Sierra Leone aim at improving the nutrition security of the population, with particular focus on children under-five and pregnant and lactating women. AAH aims at doing so by implementing multisectorial programs, which encompass direct nutrition intervention and prevention activities to address the underlining causes of undernutrition, i.e. poor health, food insecurity, poor care practices, and poor access to water and sanitation. Action Against Hunger has also an integrated advocacy strategy in the mission that cut across all the sectors.
Action Against Hunger is recruiting its new Program Manager to establish and manage Food Security and Livelihood, and Health and Nutrition programme within western area.
You are required to formulate project proposals with other areas of technical expertise with a view to develop shared and integrated approaches.
He/she is to compile a regular summary of indicators for his/her programme (APR etc) and make it available to the authorities and local agencies (local NGOs and ministries of health, WFP, Unicef etc).
He/she is represent Action Against Hunger at the level of the programme and the grographical area of intervention in regional coordination meetings, meetings with the authorities and visits by funding bodies and partners.
You are require to share information on a regular basis with those responsible for psycho-social programme, food security and livelihood interventions and WASH in order to promote the development of an integrated approach.
He/she is to ensure the inclusion of boys, girls, women and men in all project implementation stages, especially in AAH supported communities.
QUALIFICATIONS
- BSc in Nursing, Public Health, Nutrition and Dietetics
- 5 years professional experiences in managing health and nutrition programme.
- Knowledge on program design and donor reporting
- Experiences in working with MOHS entities
- Budget management skills
Required Competence and Skills:
- Good communication skill
- Drive for result
- Facilitation skills
- Reporting capabilities
WORK CONDITIONS
STARTING DATE: 1st March 2020
DURATION OF CONTRACT: One years (renewable)
LOCATION: Freetown
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: One
REMUNERATION: SLL 6,772,000 Monthly Basic Salary
SLL 236,412 Monthly Allowances
HOW TO APPLY: Motivation letter, CV with names of three (3) referees to be addressed to:
The Human Resources Coordinator
Action Against Hunger
10 Sall Drive, Cockle bay
Off Aberdeen Road
Freetown
Or at our Field Offices
Moyamba: Sembehun Road, Moyamba
Or email to:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Deadline for the receipt of applications is 5th February 2020 only short-listed candidates will be contacted for a written test and oral interview. Please state the position applied for on the subject line of your email. Action Against Hunger is an equal opportunity Employer. Women are strongly encourage to apply.
Please be informed that this is National Position and the terms and conditions of Sierra Leone employee will apply.

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI)