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Caritas Schweiz  

Site: Switzerland, Luzern

Caritas Switzerland prevents, combats and alleviates poverty worldwide in around 20 countries. With its projects in development cooperation, it works in the areas of food security, water, climate protection, disaster prevention and migration as well as education for children and adults. It provides emergency relief in disasters and is actively involved in reconstruction work. Both its work in Switzerland and its international engagement are Caritas Switzerland's contribution to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), set out by the UN in the 2030 Agenda.

Caritas Switzerland is an attractive and fair employer with diverse and challenging tasks. Our personnel policy is designed to meet high standards of quality and cost-effectiveness, as well as the needs of our employees. Around 412 employees are dedicated to achieving Caritas Switzerland's objectives: A fairer world, whose strength is measured by the well-being of the weak, and in which every individual has access to food, water, health, education and work.


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Senior Advisor - Programme Quality and Business Development

Poland, Warsaw , Warsaw

Doing the right thing. We are active in Switzerland and 20 countries on four continents. Join us with a commitment to help us bring about a more caring society, as Senior Advisor - Programme Quality and Business Development In response to the conflict in Ukraine, Caritas Switzerland (CACH) established its Ukraine Crisis Response programme (UCR) in the first days after Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. CACH UCR focuses primarily on response within Ukraine, but also in neighbouring countries affected by the crisis, particularly Poland. CACH works through partners, taking the localization of aid approach in its response, and focuses on bringing technical value-added specifically in the field of cash and markets, shelter, IM and ICT4D. Details are provided in the Terms of Reference Your duties1. Programme Quality and Learning and StrategySet up regional Programme Quality and Learning (PQL) framework, incl. tools and ICT4D solutions. Lead on PQL strategy development ensuring balance between immediate programme utility and long-term vision. Provide surge support to the starting Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) programming, incl. technical accompaniment. Carry out other tasks assigned by the supervisor. 2. Organizational Development of Partners on Programme Quality Capacitate partners in market assessment and monitoring, preparing needed tools and training staff as necessary. Prepare Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) plans and frameworks in collaboration with partners and programme staff. Facilitate building of organization-wide vulnerability models and related vulnerability scoring systems. Test and validate the models together with the partners. Accompany partners to deploy developed tools and strengthen their capacity in PQL, MEAL, CVA, market assessment and monitoring. Carry out other tasks assigned by the supervisor.  3. Programme Quality Operational Setup Build a strong national PQL team (structure, profiling, recruitment, induction and training). Carry out other tasks assigned by the supervisor.  4. Business Development and Growth Develop high quality project proposals and related needs assessment frameworks and data analyses. Contribute to regional strategy development from growth perspective. Our requirements1. Education Master's degree in a work-related field. 2. Professional Experience At least 5 years of relevant experience. Experience working in partnerships and within localization of aid work modality. Successful track record in project development and acquisition. Experiences working with INGOs, international organizations or alike. Working experience in Ukraine and/or in an emergency response an asset.  3. Skills Knowledge of ONA, Kobo Toolbox, Tableau and other IM platforms. Knowledge of market monitoring and assessment methodologies, including the JMMI scheme. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel.  4. Competencies Highly organized, good capacity of analysis and synthesis. Strong experience with modern technology and modern management tools. Cultural-sensitivity and strong inter-personal skills. Ability to cope with stress and to work independently under difficult circumstances and with minimal supervision. Willing to travel to Ukraine if the security situation allows. Respect for the special vision and mission of Caritas. Understanding that appearances are important in local context and willingness to present self with professional attire at all times in the working environment. Flexibility and readiness to take on additional tasks.  5. Language Requirements Excellent written and spoken English. Working knowledge of Ukrainian, Russian or Polish an asset. Your place of work will be Warsaw, Poland with travel to Ukraine and within the region.Workload: 100 %Contract duration: 1st June 2022 – 31st March 2023 with option of extension until pending operational need and availability of fundingPlease find the ToRs for further information here: Terms of ReferencesCaritas offers attractive working conditions and an open working atmosphere in an international field of activities.For further information please contact: Mr Lukáš Voborský, Director – Ukraine Crisis Response, lvoborsky(at) you for your interest. We look forward to receiving your job application by 29 May 2022 latest through our web portal.Caritas Switzerland, Adligenswilerstrasse 15, 6002

Caritas Schweiz

Short-term Consultant for conducting an End of Project Evaluation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina , Luzern

Doing the right thing. We are active in Switzerland and 20 countries on four continents. Join us with a commitment to help us bring about a more caring society, asShort-term Consultant for conducting an End of Project Evaluation in Bosnia and HerzegovinaPlease note that this is a short version of the Terms of Reference (ToR) for this assignment. The full version incl. application procedure can be found here: Terms of Reference Between May 2016 and December 2021, CACH has been implementing the project Jobs and Income Generation in the Agricultural Sector of Bosnia and Herzegovina (IGAS).Your dutiesThe overall objective of the project was to improve socio-economic development in specific regions of Bosnia and Her-zegovina through the creation of income opportunities and jobs in agriculture, mainly by supporting small farms. Specifically, the project aimed to improve the economic opportunities and income of people linked to agricultural production and the corresponding value chain. In addition, the target group was to be enabled to take advantage of economic opportunities and participate in the market system.With this project, CACH consolidated the achievements of previous project phases in the area of job and income creation in the agricultural sector. The proven CACH approach was to promote overall socio-economic development in the project regions and, among other things, to help reduce the pressure of migration of the local rural population to other regions in Bosnia and Herzegovina or abroad. To ensure sustainability, the project served to strengthen institutions that had been established with the support of previous CACH project phases (e.g. producer associations, extension services, national umbrella organization). Finally yet importantly, in a broader sense and context, the project aimed to further inter-ethnic rehabilitation through cooperation across ethnic boundaries and identification of common interests. Rebuilding a viable and stable multi-ethnic society was and is a contribution to stability in the region and to securing better economic prosperity in the future. The purpose of the evaluation is accountability and to serve as a learning experience as well as to draw conclusions for the follow up of a potential new project phase or similar activities in other projects and in regard to the CACH Country Strategy 2021 - 2025. It should give insight into the achievements and/or shortcomings of the chosen approaches and methods. In particular, it should draw conclusions and give recommendations. Deliverables and TimeframeThe final evaluation mission for the PEACH project shall take place between May and June 2022 in BIH. The overall assignment should be accomplished in 25 working days, including all field visits. The deliverables (in English) include a presentation about the evaluation and its process, an inception briefing session, a debriefing workshop and a final evaluation report, not exceeding 30 pages. Including an executive summary not exceeding 2 pages, a presentation of findings (statement of facts), conclusions, lessons learned and recommendations, structured in a logical line of arguments (recommendations deriving from conclusions; conclusions sourced in the facts and findings).   QualificationsMaster's degree or equivalent in development science, economics, agriculture, research, livelihoods studies, information and data management / statistics, etc.Relevant professional / academic background and proven experience in MEALRelevant professional and academic background and proven experience in all phases of the project cycle management (PCM)Familiarity with the context of BIH or the Western Balkans is an assetLanguage: Excellent oral and written English. Knowledge of the local language and German is an assetOffer SubmissionPlease submit your application in line with the ToR by 22 May 2022 through the link below.Please find the ToRs for further information on the consultancy and application procedure here:Terms of Reference For further enquiries, applicants may contact Applications which are not submitted through the online platform will be disregarded. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to receiving your application by 22 May 2022 latest through our web portal.apply onlineCaritas Switzerland, Adligenswilerstrasse 15, 6002