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FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA  

Site: Switzerland, Bern, Bern
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Company size: 100-249 employees

Humanitarian Aid is one of the four departments of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC. It is involved in protecting the interests of vulnerable population groups prior to, during and after periods of conflict, crises or natural disasters.

The Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit (SHA) is the operational arm of Swiss Humanitarian Aid. Its specialists are deployed to implement projects of the SDC or its UN partners before, during and after periods of crisis or conflict.

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FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA

Head of SHA-WASH reconstruction direct action in Ukraine

Ukraine, Kiev Oblast , Kiev

Background The outbreak of conflict in Ukraine on 24th February 2022 has resulted in destruction of infrastructure across the country. The water supply, wastewater treatment systems and solid waste collection and disposal have all been affected. It is anticipated as the war spreads that more systems will be destroyed and more staff will be displaced from their communities. This will result in a further disruption to services and a loss of understanding of local water and supply systems because water plant operators and specialized personnel will be displaced and dispersed internally in Ukraine, or across Europe. As water and sanitation systems break down, and the hot dry summer season starts, the affected population will increasingly use untreated surface water, which will likely be contaminated with untreated sewage and wastewater. SHA sent a Rapid Response Teams to Ukraine short after the outbreak of the war. The initial phase of emergency delivery of humanitarian aid is planned to be complemented by a longer -term humanitarian program aiming at covering critical needs in Protection, Health and WASH.The overall objective of this mission is to continue WASH activities in Ukraine in the way they have started and set up during the emergency- followed by a programming phase. The incumbent will work closely with the Ukrainian water companies (Vodakanals) in the different municipalities and cities as well as will liaise with the WASH Cluster and Unicef representation in the country. Purpose The purpose of this assignment is twofold:Direct project implementation (60%)In collaboration with a local engineer, the incumbent will plan and implement measures to mitigate ruptures in water supply and coordinate rehabilitation works of Vodakanal companies at different hierarchical levels. The projects for implementation are funded by Swiss Humanitarian Aid/Swiss Cooperation directly.Ensure adequate planning and coordination of water and sanitation activities within cities together with Vodakanal companies.Supervise and support the local engineer with preparation of tenders, review of project documents, offers, designs.Ensure correct, cost effective, and timely implementation of activities in the field.Outreach and communication with Vodakanals and other partners in particular in Chernihiv and Sumy Oblast (later maybe other Oblast as well) Technical support to Vodakanal activities (40%)In addition to the technical implementation of our own projects, the incumbent will support Ukrvodokanalekologia, association of Water suppliers of Ukraine with technical advice and ensures coordination of rehabilitation works of humanitarian actors in Ukraine. For this task he is in close communication and cooperation with UNICEF and the WASH cluster in Lviv and later in Kyiv. Main tasks include but are not limited to:Support Ukrvodokanalekologia, association of Water suppliers of Ukraine with technical advice and in the coordination of humanitarian activities.Keep regular exchange and contact with UNICEF, Chief WASH Sebastien Truffaut, struffaut@unicef.org, and WASH Cluster Ukraine Karl Lellouche, klellouche@unicef.orgCollaborate and facilitate information flow with all relevant partner within the UNICEF WASH Cluster and with the local water authorities through the Vodokanal Association.Use mechanisms to eliminate duplication of service delivery and streamline activities of different humanitarian actors in order to achieve best technical solutions and results. Qualifications and Work experience Advanced university degree preferably in a relevant field such as Engineering10 years or more experience in water/waste water networks and water infrastructure planning and management.WASH generalist with a good knowledge of SDC programs and tools (secondments, direct actions, in kind donation, funding, backstopping)Good understanding of security issues UNDSS in particular. BSAFE online security awareness training is mandatory for all UN personnel, including staff, interns and consultants. See undss.learning@un.org.Good written and oral presentation skills.Background/familiarity with emergency situations considered an asset.Experience in data collection/visualization/info sharing a plus; LanguageStrong written and oral English required, Russian and Ukrainian welcome Duration and place of dutyThe job duration is scheduled for a period of six months with a very likely option for extension. The WASH expert will join the SHA team in Lviv and move to Kyiv as soon as possible. Starting date and duration of assignment:As of June 1sth (or after mutual agreement) for 6 months (with possibility of extension)This position is exclusively open to Swiss citizens (or Lichtenstein) or holder of a valid working permit (C permit) in Switzerland. Candidates who do not fulfil this condition will not receive response. Contact Odette MauronOdette.mauron@eda.admin.chFederal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFASwiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC Humanitarian AidField Resources HEffingerstrasse 273003 Berne

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11/05/2022
FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA

SHA-Secondment UNDSS, Security Information Analyst

Ethiopia, Addis Ababa , Addis Ababa

Organizational Setting and Reporting The United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS) is responsible for providing leadership, operational support and oversight of the United Nations security management system (UNSMS) globally. As a global leader in security risk management principles, UNDSS enables the safe and effective delivery of United Nations programmes and activities in the most complex and challenging environments, while maximizing precious resources. To this end, the work of the Department is aligned under a clear mission, to enable United Nations system programme activities through trusted security leadership and solutions. This is a unique opportunity to join a diverse, dynamic and exciting organization gaining unique and valuable experience where security provides great value. Besides the opportunity to gain new skills and further advance security expertise, this position offers a fulfilling environment that gives you satisfaction by contributing directly or indirectly to peace and security, human rights, and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Simply, all humanity will be benefiting from your work. Together, we can make the world a better place. For more information on the Department, and how we make an impact on the world in enabling the achievement of SDGs, visit: https://www.un.org/undss/. This post is located in the Threat and Risk Assessment Service within the Division of Regional Operations (DRO) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This duty station has been designated by the International Civil Service Commission as non-family duty station. The incumbent will work under the guidance of the Senior Threat and Risk Assessment Officer and under the supervision of Chief of the Threat and Risk Assessment Service. Responsibilities Within delegated authority, the Security Information Analyst may be responsible for the following duties: Advises and provides guidance to Security Advisers with regards to Regional and Country specificthreats; prepares briefing materials such as periodic security threat information alerts, notices, warnings, and advisories on security threats for UNDSS senior management and UN Designated Officials; participates in development of procedures for security operations, contributing with preparation and review of security-related briefs for UN and other key decision makers related to current/significant events in various areas. Contributes in the preparation of security plans for a designated country, or geographic area by conducting regional and country-specific threat and risk assessments for the UN encompassing:Analyses trends of security incidents affecting the organizations of the UN System.Identifies, through field research of threat actors, the operating environment of the UN in liaison with host governments' security interlocutors.Develops security information requirements for the UN in a particular region.Develops security risk assessments, assisting UNDSS Security Advisers in the field.Develops strategic assessments on trends of security threats in the region for dissemination to relevant clients.Prepares early warning reports and indicators on security threats, as a planning tool for UNDSS Senior Management.Establishes and maintains dialog with local authorities and international institutions such as Red Cross/Red Crescent for coordination of efforts in the event of natural disasters.Establishes lines of communication with focal points of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) for coordination of security threat assessment requirements; liaises with the Organizations of the UN System and Member States on the development of security threat information; liaises with field missions' host governments' security interlocutors to inform on threatactors and the operating environment of the UN; communicate with relevant clients to disseminateprocessed information on strategic assessments on trends of security threats in related regions.Maintains continuing awareness of prevailing security conditions for region of coverage, developing technical knowledge and awareness of security threat environments, identifying probable threats bypreparation of profiles of threat actors impacting the security environment in which the UN operates, and analyzing trends of security incidents affecting the United Nations, advising on potential impacts of threats on the relevant UN staff accordingly.Prepares analytical reports on security incidents in both HQ and Field locations.Performs other analytical and research assignments and tasks as required. Competencies Professionalism: Excellent knowledge and understanding of methodologies for information collection, collation and analysis; ability to develop research projects and perform detailed analysis on security threats and emerging trends; Ability to effectively communicate complex issues and defend recommendations to clients and supervisors; Ability to clearly present research findings and develop high quality reports on security matters; Shows pride in work and in achievements; Demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; Is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; Is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; Shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; Remains calm in stressful situations; Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work. Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; Listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; Asks questions to clarify and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; Tailors' language, tone, style, and format to match the audience; Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed. Planning & Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; Identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; Allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; Uses time efficiently. EducationAdvanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent degree) in political, military or criminal science, international relations or related fields. A first-level university degree in any of these fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Work ExperienceAt least seven years of progressively responsible experience in applied military, police, or political predictive analysis is required.At least two years of international experience in a multilateral organization in the field of criminology or corporate security is required.Experience in the analysis of either security, crime, political, or military trends is desirable.Experience in the preparation of analytical statistical reports is desirable.Experience in information or intelligence analysis is desirable.For this position fluency in English is required. Starting date and duration of assignment: 01.07.2022 for 12 months Covid-192G (vaccinated or cured) is highly recommendedThis position is exclusively open to Swiss citizens (or Lichtenstein) or holder of a valid working permit (C permit) in Switzerland. Candidates who do not fulfil this condition will not receive response. Contact Isabelle MellanaIsabelle.mellana@eda.admin.chFederal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFASwiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC Humanitarian AidField Resources HEffingerstrasse 273003 Berne

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06/05/2022
FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA

Programme Manager Nexus, Swiss Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh, Dhaka , Dhaka

Background In recent years, Bangladesh has experienced considerable economic growth and has made impressive progress in poverty reduction and social development. The country is about to move out of the category of least developed countries. The aim of Swiss development cooperation is to promote a more prosperous, just and resilient society. As part of the 2022-25 National Cooperation Programme, Switzerland is focusing its efforts on promoting economic resilience, improving access to basic services for disadvantaged groups, and their host communities. The Migration Crisis in MyanmarBangladesh has taken in more than 900,000 people who fled Myanmar for violent attacks in August 2017 and have found protection in the border area of Cox's Bazar. The coup in Myanmar in 2021 has taken the Rohingya refugee crisis to a new level of complexity and is also a major challenge for the Bangladeshi authorities and host communities. The government has also begun resettling Rohingya refugees to the remote island of Bhasan Char. In view of the emergency situation, Switzerland has provided more than CHF 45 million since the outbreak of violence in 2017. Thanks to humanitarian efforts, refugees have access to drinking water, food, shelter and sanitation. However, education and income remain major challenges. In addition to emergency aid, the SDC is involved in medium-term development activities for the host communities. The camps in Cox's Bazar are the largest refugee camps in the world and the refugee problem has long since become a lengthy complex crisis. Despite various efforts, the necessary conditions for a dignified, safe, voluntary and sustainable return of the Rohingya to Myanmar are not given. Switzerland will continue to work for humane accommodation of refugees and actively participate in the search for a more permanent solution to the refugee problem. Sustainable and inclusive economic developmentSwitzerland is increasingly focusing on improving economic conditions. It promotes a climate-resistant, ecological and inclusive engagement of the private sector in sectors such as agriculture, precision engineering or textile and leather processing. The aim is to further strengthening the local economy and contributing to the creation of adequate income opportunities for all population groups. The commitment to economic development also includes trade facilitation and financial sector support from SECO. The provision of market-oriented vocational training in close cooperation with the private sector helps young people to find employment or a more qualified occupation. By promoting social enterprises and insurance providers, Switzerland wants to put the private sector more at the service of poverty reduction. Management of labor migration will also play an important role in graduation. This is why Switzerland is committed to «safer migration», in terms of economic development, human rights, and social integration and protection. Improved social well-being for everyoneImprovements in the rule of law and good governance are essential for sustainable and inclusive economic growth. The Swiss projects therefore also promote the development of a democratic state, human rights and high-quality basic services. This includes targeted social protection for particularly vulnerable people, so that no one is left behind on the way to a prosperous society. Switzerland is also focusing on strengthening the voices and participation of civil society in order to ensure the necessary political and social control and balance. These are factors that are crucial for inclusion and sustainability. TransverseSwitzerland has a strong focus on reducing climate and disaster risks, as Bangladesh is one of the most affected countries. Furthermore, gender equality and social inclusion as well as governance are consistently implemented in all projects. Good governance principles are applied in all programmes.  2.         Objectives He/she is responsible for the identification, design and operational implementation of programs and projects in the nexus area (humanitarian aid, migration, gender and social inclusion) and participates in the implementation of the cooperation program. He/she directs the operational work of the national program managers and transposes the instructions of the central office into the local context. He/she ensures quality assurance, monitoring (PCM) of programs and projects and speaks on behalf of the CI representation in the dialogue with the project partners. He/she follows the evolution of the context and adapts the implementation of projects and programs to this evolution. In coordination with the Head of CI, he/she represents Switzerland in bilateral political dialogues related to his/her area of responsibility. Specific tasks1. Responsibility for the financial and operational PCM2. Conduct/supervision of local staff3. Thematic/sectoral policy dialogue4. Analysis, advice and communication5. HA: Implementation of direct intervention  3.         Specific Responsibilities3.1 Financial and Operational PCM Responsibility (60%)Is responsible for the identification and planning of projects in the field of migration and humanitarian response to protracted crisis, with a nexus focus (transition from a 'humanitarian response' to a 'development' logic)Oversees the operational implementation of projects in cooperation with the implementing agencies.Monitors projects in his/her area of expertise.Prepares reports on projects within his/her area of responsibilityIs responsible for the application of and compliance with institutional and administrative guidelines and quality standards in his/her area of responsibility.Ensures compliance with rules in project planning and identification of partner organizations, including tendering procedures in accordance with WTO rules.Supports and advises implementing organizations and experts and promotes efficient and risk-free work 3.2 Conduct/supervision of local staff (20%)Establishes the annual agreement and monitoring of objectives with the local employees who report directly to him/her.Provides support for the recruitment of new local employees as needed.Contributes to effective cooperation within the team (between non-profits and finance managers, between non-profits and administrative staff, etc.).Coaches local staff as needed.In consultation with the Head of Mission or Head of Cooperation Office, represents Switzerland at national events. 3.3 Thematic/sectoral policy dialogue (10%)Contributes to the preparation and conduct of dialogue with government departments on development policy and humanitarian aid.Plays an active role in multilateral and bilateral donor coordination and represents Switzerland in specialized development policy bodies.Maintains a regular exchange with the responsible government departments (central/decentralized) on the implementation of projects. 3.4 Analysis, advice and communication (10%)Capitalizes on experiences and actively promotes exchange and learning processes among partner organizations.Identifies and evaluates new projects and submits own ideas and proposals to the Head of CI according to the procedures established at the Embassy.Is responsible for preparing the contribution on the achievement of the objectives in his/her field of competence, for the Annual Report of the Embassy and in accordance with the cooperation program.Continuously analyzes the development context in his/her area of competence and actively participates in reporting as required (MERV, etc.). 3.5. HA: Direct Intervention Implementation (10%)Oversees the implementation of SDC's direct interventions in Bangladesh (Cox Bazar Office), in the context of the protracted Rohingya refugee crisis and with a nexus focus.In collaboration with the regional DRR + Rapid Response advisor based in New Delhi, creates the necessary conditions for a successful emergency operation (preparation of representations in the face of a crisis, collaboration with disaster protection authorities).During emergency aid operations, assists Headquarter (Humanitarian Aid) in Bern in assessing the situation, liaises with the local authorities and, if necessary, supports the Swiss representation abroad in its crisis management.In the event of a complex humanitarian disaster, supports an emergency aid operation on the spot, in accordance with its sectoral area of competence (rapid intervention teams and/or rescue chain, delivery of relief materials etc).  4.         Direct supervisor: Dep. Head of Mission / Head of Cooperation 5.         Subordinate staff: 6 and therefore 4 directly subordinate 6.         Qualifications and experienceMaster's degree from a university or federal polytechnicSeveral years of professional experience (5 to 8 years) in the field of international cooperation and/or humanitarian aid in Switzerland and abroad.Management experience, including with a small decentralized team, and professional experience in a fragile context, with a protracted crisis 7.         Specialized and methodological skills required: Knowledge of the cross-cutting themes of 'gender and social inclusion' and 'governance'Knowledge of PCM / CCM / CSPM instrumentsKnowledge of CEDRIG guidelines (guidelines for mainstreaming climate, environment and DRR)Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation processes and systems and reportingKnowledge of coaching methodsWriting skills in English and at least one national languageSecurity management, crisis managementAttention: a valid COVID certificate (fully vaccinated or recovered) is required to be eligible Additional condition to be eligible for the job: Swiss citizenship (or Lichtenstein) or holder of a valid Swiss work permit (C)Start of assignement: 01.06.2022 – or to be discussedDuration : 12 months, extendable   Duty Station: Embassy of Switzerland in Dhaka, Bangladesh For additional information, please contact Markus Baechler, markus.baechler@eda.admin.ch; Program Manager South Asia, Tel 058 480 26 01 Thank you to send your application by email until 18.05.2022 to: Isabelle Mellana (isabelle.mellana@eda.admin.ch)058 462 35 29 Published : 04.05.22 /MZI  

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FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA

Assistenzprogrammbeauftragte/r, DEZA / Humanitäre Hilfe / Abteilung Multilaterales, 100%, Bern

Switzerland, Bern , Bern

AufgabenbereichDie/der Assistenz-Programmbeauftragte unterstützt die Ko-Vorsitzende und die Programmbeauftragte OCHA (United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) in der Steuerung und Gestaltung des Schweizer Ko-Vorsitzes der Pooled Fund Working Group (PFWG).Der/die Assistenz-Programmbeauftragte unterstützt die Programmbeauftragte der Rotkreuz- und Rot-halbmondbewegung, insbesondere im Hinblick auf den Einsitz der Schweiz im UNO Sicherheitsrat und auf die bevorstehende Internationale Konferenz des Roten Kreuzes und des Roten Halbmonds. Ziele der Stelle Ziel der Stelle ist sicherzustellen, dass die Schweiz als Ko-Vorsitz der PFWG (ab Juli 2022 für ein Jahr) professionell auftritt, dass sie an den Sitzungen qualitativ hochstehende Inhalte in die Diskussion ein-bringt, und dass sie die Ziele, die sie sich gesetzt hat, erreichen kann. Ein besonderes Augenmerk wird auf das Thema Lokalisierung und Zusammenarbeit mit den lokalen Organisationen gelegt. Ausserdem sollen zusammen mit OCHA weitere Geberländer ermutigt werden, Country Based Pooled Funds (CBPFs) zu finanzieren. Ein regelmässiger Austausch sowie Koordination mit der Gebergruppe und der CBPF-NGO Dialogplattform sowie weiteren relevanten Stakeholdern ist dabei unerlässlich. Der/die Assistenz-Programmbeauftragte leistet einen wichtigen Beitrag dazu, dass die Arbeiten mit der notwendigen Quali-tät erledigt werden können.Ziel der Stelle ist ebenfalls sicherzustellen, dass der strategische und institutionelle Dialog mit dem IKRK und dem IFRC weiterhin reibungslos und mit der entsprechenden Qualität läuft. Insbesondere in einer Zeit, die geprägt ist von Vorbereitungsarbeiten in Hinblick auf den Sicherheitsrat. Der/die Assistenz-Programmbeauftragte leistet einen Beitrag dazu, indem er/sie gewisse Routine-Arbeiten übernimmt, so z.B. im Zusammenhang mit dem Program Cycle Management (PCM) / Core Contribution Management (CCM) der Beiträge der DEZA an das IKRK und IFRC. Er/sie ist auch Ansprechpartner/in des EDA für die Partnerschaften mit IKRK und IFRC. Ständige Aufgaben  In enger Zusammenarbeit mit der Programmbeauftragten OCHA: Begleitung und Mitgestaltung der strategischen Ausrichtung der PFWGUnterstützung in der Steuerung und Gestaltung der strategischen Ausrichtung der PFWG.Konzeptionelle Erarbeitung der Schweizer Prioritäten während des Ko-Vorsitzes des PFWG.Vertretung der Schweizer Interessen und strategische Einflussnahme im PFWG.Unterstützung des Geberland Ko-Vorsitzes (Chefin Abteilung Multi-H) des PFWG: Erstellung von Dossiers und Briefings.Organisation und Durchführung von Konferenzen, Webinars und anderen Events.Planung und Umsetzung von internen Massnahmen zur Erreichung der PFWG Ziele der Schweiz,(insbesondere Lokalisierung, Gender und Accountability to Affected Po-pulations). Ansprechpartner/in für PFWG Geberländer, der CBPF-NGO Dialogue Platform Advisory Group (PAG) und der OCHA Pooled Fund Management BranchUnterstützung bei der Koordination der Gebergruppe innerhalb des PFWG. Aufbau eines strategischen Austausches. Organisation von informellen Gebertreffen, Redak-tion von Protokollen. Inhaltlich-konzeptionelle Erarbeitung gemeinsamer Geberposi-tionen unter Berücksichtigung der strategischen CBPF Prioritäten und Geberinteres-sen.Focal Point der CBPF-NGO Dialogue Platform Advisory Group (PAG) und der OCHA Pooled Fund Management Branch, sowie Entwicklung und Pflege eines strategischen Austauschs. WissensmanagementKommunikation zu Pooled Funds und Diskussionen auf internationaler Ebene inner-halb der DEZA, insbesondere gegenüber den Vertretungen und Kooperationsbüros vor Ort, sowie Einholung von Felderfahrungen (working in a triangle).Identifikation von Aus- und Weiterbildungsbedürfnissen (Wissensbedarf), mit mögli-cher Ausarbeitung von entsprechenden Bildungsangeboten.Aufarbeitung und Dokumentation von guter Fachpraxis und gewonnenen Erfahrun-gen.Sicherstellung des horizontalen Austausches innerhalb der DEZA.Umsetzung einer wirksameren internen und externen Kommunikation zu den Resulta-ten der Beiträge an die Pooled Funds sowie Erstellung und Aktualisierung von Kommunikationsmaterial. In enger Zusammenarbeit mit der Programmbeauftragten Internationalen Komitees vom Roten Kreuz (IKRK) und Internationalen Föderation der Rotkreuz- und Rothalbmondgesellschaften (IFRC) : Unterstützung des strategischen und institutionellen Dialogs mit dem IKRK und der IFRCOrganisation von und Teilnahme an Treffen im Rahmen des strategischen und institutionellen Dialogs mit dem IKRK und des IFRC. Organisation von und Teilnahme an internen EDA-Koordinierungssitzungen zur Positionierung der Schweiz gegenüber dem IKRK und der IFRC.Vertretung der DEZA/Humanitären Hilfe in spezifischen Arbeitsgruppen (lead für WOGA Gruppe, DV Expertensitzungen, Humanitäre Völkerrechtskommission etc.)Enge Zusammenarbeit mit den zuständigen Stellen der Schweizer Missionen in Genf und New York. UNO Sicherheitsrat und internationale KonferenzenTeilnahme an Partner-Briefings und -Konferenzen, sowie Erstellung von Berichten der Humanitären Hilfe zur Positionierung der Schweiz im UNO Sicherheitsrat.Delegationsvorbereitung und Teilnahme an an den Internationalen Rotkreuz- und Rothalbmond Konferenzen. Kommunikation Koordination interner und externer Kommunikation, sowie Kommunikationsentwicklung (intern und extern). Program Cycle Management (PCM) / Core Contribution Management (CCM) der Beiträge der DEZA an IKRK und IFRC Operative, finanzielle und administrative Steuerung der Beiträge der Schweiz in Übereinstimmung mit institutionellen Vorgaben und Regeln. AndereVertretung der Projektleiterin in deren AbwesenheitWeitere Aufgaben, die von der Hierarchie angefordert wird Periodische Aufgaben Übernahme von Stellvertretungen in der Abteilung, Bearbeitung von Dossiers und Pendenzen.Unterstützung des EDA-Informationsdienstes in der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit.Erledigung spezieller Aufgaben gemäss Anordnung des/r Vorgesetzten.Übernahme  von angetrauten Funktionen im Einsatzstab an der Zentrale (auch ausserhalb der normalen Bürozeit) bei Katastrophen und Nothilfeaktionen  Anforderungsprofil Ausbildung und Erfahrung•           Hochschulabschluss oder vergleichbare Ausbildung mit Masterdiplom;•           mind. 3 Jahre praktische Berufserfahrung in der Internationalen Zusammenarbeit und/oder in der Humanitären Hilfe, mind. 2 Jahre davon in Entwicklungsländern beziehungsweise Transitionsländern; Erfahrung in multilateralen Organisationen, z.B. UN Organisationen von Vorteil.•           Erfahrungen mit der Analyse von Strategien, Studien und politischen Entwicklungen.•           gute Kenntnisse von zwei Amtssprachen und sehr gute Englischkenntnisse.•           Erfahrungen und Kenntnisse der Instrumente der bilateralen und multilateralen Entwicklungszusammenarbeit; insbesondere Project Cycle Management. Fachkompetenzen insbesondere: konzeptionelle und analytische Fähigkeiten, Methodenkompetenzen, Projektführung und Prozessgestaltung, interkulturelles Management.Selbstkompetenz insbesondere: Eigenverantwortung und Selbständigkeit, Entscheidungs- und Umsetzungsfähigkeit, Ziel- und Ergebnisorientierung.Sozialkompetenz insbesondere: Kommunikations- und Kontaktfähigkeit, Fähigkeit zur Vernetzung, Kritik- und Konfliktfähigkeit.EDA-spezifische Kompetenzen insbesondere: Interkulturelle Sensitivität; Sensitivität für Gender-Fragen.Sprachkompetenzen: Der/die Stelleninhaber/in verfügt über die für die Ausübung der Funktion erforderlichen mündlichen und schriftlichen Kenntnisse einer zweiten Amtssprache. Der/die Stelleninhaber/in verfügt über sehr gute mündliche und schriftliche Englischkenntnisse. Sie sind Schweizer Bürgerin/Schweizer Bürger oder Ausländerin/Ausländer (Niederlassung C) mit Wohnsitz in der Schweiz oder im Fürstentum Liechtenstein Stellenantritt: per 1.7.22, für 12 Monate Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an Frau Simone Droz (simone.droz@eda.admin.ch), Programmbeauftragte Multi Team UN und RCRC, 058 463 05 18 Ihre Bewerbung schicken Sie bis 11.5.22 per Email an: Isabelle Mellana (isabelle.mellana@eda.admin.ch)058 462 35 29 Published. 02.05.22/MZI

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