Officer Administrator – Sudan
Salary: National Salary
Based: Central Equatoria State, Sudan
Contract: 12 Months
Closing Date: 9th June 2011
CAFOD, one of the UK’s leading international development agencies, is currently looking for a new Office Administrator to join our busy team in Juba. You will be responsible for ensuring efficient and effective administration of CAFOD’s Office in Sudan. The post holder will provide office support; including Human Resources, administrative support, keeping log of petty cash, being the IT focal point and ensuring buildings and premises are maintained. Part of your responsibilities will consist in liaison with internal and external contacts.
We are looking for a professional individual, who can demonstrate excellent skills in all of the above. You should have exceptional time and resource management skills as well as outstanding communication skills, including fluency in English. We also expect you to have basic financial experience and able to demonstrate elemental IT proficiency.
If you are interested in this role completed application forms plus proof of Sudanese nationality should be submitted by email to [email protected] – applications not accompanied by proof of Sudanese nationality will not be considered (this requirement is in order to comply with local Sudanese regulations).
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Livelihoods Sector Coordinator – Darfur
Salary: £27,843 p.a.
Contract: 12 Months Contract
Closing Date: 7th June 2011
CAFOD, one of the UK’s major international development agencies, is currently recruiting a Livelihoods Sector Coordinator for the Norwegian Church Aid’s (NCA) Darfur Programme.
You will be responsible for the development and implementation of high quality, responsive and effective livelihoods programme activities for the NCA Darfur Programme. You should be able to ensure the strategic direction of project operations, day-to-day management and delivery of the sector’s components through:
· Participatory studies, assessments and inquiries
· Design, development and implementation of a livelihoods sector
· Management of programme resources (both financial and human)
· Facilitation of knowledge-building and knowledge-sharing
We are looking for an individual who is able to demonstrate a full understanding of current approaches to livelihoods programming, which should have been gained through significant livelihoods programming experience. You should have in-depth knowledge and experience of transitions from disaster/humanitarian/emergency management into complex humanitarian and security emergencies and then to recovery, reconstruction and development.
We expect you to have a relevant university degree/diploma in development, economics, sociology or any other relevant qualification.
If you’re interested in this role, please complete an application form and send it to [email protected] by the closing date quoting ref. DAR1104.
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Communications Officer – Horn and East Africa
Salary: KES 2,545,298- KES 3,219,054 p.a
Based: Nairobi, Kenya (Please note that you need to have the right to work in Kenya (East-African National) in order to be considered for this position)
Contract: Permanent Contract
Closing date: 5 June 2011
The CAFOD Media and Public Relations (PR) team is looking for a proactive communicator with the skills to drive CAFOD’s media, advocacy and communications objectives.
You will be passionate about global justice, advocacy and development issues, and the role media can play in helping achieve change and will have at least three years experience of communications or media work and excellent written and oral skills.
You will have experience of working with journalists, briefing and pitching stories to them and working with communities to enable them to tell their stories.
Strong photography and audio visual skills would be useful as well as a good understanding of how social media can be used effectively to promote CAFOD’s work and reach out to new audiences.
You will have an understanding of the role of the Catholic Church in development, advocacy and humanitarian work and the challenges it faces.
To read more and apply, please
click on this link to complete the electronic application form .
Please read the guidelines below for instructions on how to apply. If you have any questions or issues, please send an email to [email protected]
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