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Bauführer, Polier, Technischer Leiter in Kamerun/Afrika (w/m)

Cameroon, Centre, Otélé - Stiftung St. Martin

Die Stiftung St. Martinn (www.martinstiftung.ch) ist ein gemeinnütziges, vom Bund anerkanntes Sozialwerk. Das von ihr betreute Projekt 'Wasser ist Leben' verbessert seit 1989 die Trinkwasserversorgung und Lebensbedingungen im südlichen Kamerun. Bis heute wurden über 1 700 Brunnen erstellt, welche die Wasserversorgung von rund 450 000 Menschen sichern. Wir suchen auf den 1. Juni 2021 eine(n) technische(n) Leiter(in). Zusammen mit dem administrativen Leiterpaar sind Sie vor Ort für das Trinkwasserprojekt zuständig und setzen die vom Stiftungsrat definierten Ziele um. Sie stehen dabei in engem Kontakt mit der Stiftungsleitung in Baar.   Ihre Aufgaben ? Technische Leitung des Projekts 'Wasser ist Leben' in Otélé, Kamerun ? Führung vor Ort von rund 40 lokalen Mitarbeitenden ? Verantwortlich für die Erstellung von Trinkwasserbrunnen, die Fabrikation von Brunnenelementen, den Fahrzeug- park, die Wasser- und Stromversorgung sowie den Gebäudeunterhalt   Ihr Profil ? Abgeschlossene Berufslehre, vorzugsweise im Bauhauptgewerbe ? Mehrjährige Erfahrung in der Personalführung ? Durchsetzungsvermögen und Verhandlungsgeschick. Idealerweise bereits in einem Entwicklungsprojekt tätig ? Gute mündliche und schriftliche Kenntnisse der deutschen und französischen Sprache ? Alter zwischen 40 und 50 Jahre. In einer soliden Partnerschaft lebend. Ihr(e) Partner(in) ist bereit, sich vor Ort in vor Ort in verschiedene Tätigkeitsgebiete einzubringen ? Beide die vergangenen fünf Jahre in der Schweiz wohnhaft ? Offenheit und Interesse gegenüber anderen Kulturen. Hohe Sozialkompetenz und ein Leben in sehr ländlicher Umgebung, ca. 1.5 Stunden von der Hauptstadt Yaoundé etfernt, können Sie sich vorstellen ? Bereitschaaft in einem westafrikanischen Land Entwicklungsarbeit zu leisten (mind. 4 Jahre) Wir bieten ? Herausfordernde und spannende Tätigkeit zu atrativen Anstellungsbedingungen ? Seit über 30 Jahren ein gut eingespieltes Projektteam und eine moderne Infrastruktur in Kamerun ? Untersützung durch die Stiftungsleitung in der Schweiz Erkennen Sie und Ihr(e) Partner(in) in diesen Aufgaben eine längerfristige Herausforderung?   Wir freuen uns auf Ihre vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen mit Foto. Senden Sie diese bitte an den von uns beauftragten Personalberater Heinz Merz META Consulting GmbH, heinz.merz@meta-consulting.ch, Tel: 041 761 77 66

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07/04/2021

Responsable Construction et Formation

Haiti, Sud, Port-Salut - FDFA / SDC / Humanitarian Aid and SHA

Responsable Construction et Formation, Port-Salut, Haïti Le Sud d'Haïti constitue l'une des régions du pays les plus exposées aux risques multiples de catastrophes. En octobre 2016, Matthew, ouragan de catégorie 4, a frappé le Sud-Ouest, faisant près d'un millier de victimes et affectant directement 2,1 millions de personnes. Le logement a été le secteur le plus touché, avec plus de 200'000 habitations détruites ou fortement endommagées, surtout en milieu rural. Les dégâts sont une conséquence de la défaillance de la régulation du bâti, et de la faiblesse des compétences techniques, couplées avec la pauvreté et le faible niveau de préparation des collectivités. L'habitat constitue ainsi le principal facteur de la vulnérabilité physique des populations dans cette région.   Le Projet PARHAFS La première phase de ce projet est mise en oeuvre dans le Sud de Haiti dans le cadre de la stratégie de coopération en Haiti 2018-2021. Il vise à améliorer la résilience des collectivités locales du Sud affectées par l'ouragan Matthew face aux effets des catastrophes naturelles sur les habitats individuels ainsi que sur les abris collectifs. L'appui à la reconstruction renforce à la fois les capacités de ces communautés en termes de pratiques constructives sûres et les mécanismes de préparation et de réponse face aux dites catastrophes. Le projet comprend les trois composantes suivantes : - Réparation et reconstruction des habitats individuels et d'abris - Formation et promotion des bonnes pratiques de construction - Renforcement de la gouvernance en construction   Mandat - Le/la spécialiste en construction / formation est responsable de la réalisation des objectifs suivants : - Coordonner la mise en oeuvre de la construction et reconstruction des habitats individuels (approche cash/owner driven) - Assurer la formation en bonnes pratiques de construction et reconstruction des bénéficiaires, des artisans, des agents communautaires et formateurs des centres de formation, ainsi que des autres acteurs locaux et nationaux. - Supervisr la mise en œuvre de la construction des abris communautaires antisismiques et anticycloniques - Gérer les constructions périphériques comme latrines, latrines communautaires, constructions des citernes, constructions des systèmes de collecte de l'eau, - Assurer le développement et l'opérationnalisation des synergies et complémentarités avec les autres projets liés au projet PARHAFS.   Taches spécifiques - Planifier, coordonner et superviser les activités de l'équipe d'ingénieurs terrain (constructions habitats et constructions périphériques) - Planifier, coordonner et superviser la construction des abris communautaires - Planifier et développer des outils de formation liés au projet avec l'équipe des formateurs, les agents communautaires et les formateurs des centres de formation en collaboration avec la/le responsable gouvernance en construction. - Effectuer et donner un appui à des ateliers de formation pour les cibles du projet, les acteurs de la société civile, du secteur privé et institutionnels - Création des espaces communautaires pour la formation de la communauté en construction sûre et sur les principes de la construction sûre, et effectuer des ateliers de formation en relation.   Qualifications et expérience - Degré en architecture et/ou ingénieur ou similaire - Expérience approfondie dans les contexte humanitaire et développement - Experience dans l'approche "cash for housing" un advantage - Expérience en construction antisismique / anti cyclonique - Expérience dans la domaine eau, hygiène et assainissement - Expérience en construction des structures de prévention contre les glissements de terrains et - les inondations - Expérience dans la gestion d'équipes dans des contextes reculés et difficiles - Français indispensable, anglais nécessaire, Créole un atout - Capacité à vivre dans des zones isolées   Lieu d'affectation - Le poste est basé à Port-Salut, Haïti.   Début et durée de la mission - Entrée en fonctions le 15 mai 2021, pour une durée minimum de dix mois, prolongeable. 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.   Pour plus d'information Pour tout renseignement complémentaire, veuillez contacter Sandra Aeschlimann, chargée de programme Haïti (Tél.: 058 466 00 34), sandra.aeschlimann@eda.admin.ch. Délai de candidature : 18.04.2021   Contact pour candidature Odette Mauron Odette.mauron@eda.admin.ch Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC Humanitarian Aid Field Resources H Effingerstrasse 27 3003 Berne  

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25/03/2021 - 18/04/2021

Extended Term Consultant

United States of America, Washington, Washington DC - World Bank Group

Description   Do you want to build a career that is truly worthwhile? Working at the World Bank Group provides a unique opportunity for you to help our clients solve their greatest development challenges. The World Bank Group is one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries; a unique global partnership of five institutions dedicated to ending extreme poverty, increasing shared prosperity and promoting sustainable development. With 189 member countries and more than 120 offices worldwide, we work with public and private sector partners, investing in groundbreaking projects and using data, research, and technology to develop solutions to the most urgent global challenges. For more information, visit www.worldbank.org The World Bank's Infrastructure Vice Presidency (INF VPU) is keen to increase recruitment of highly-qualified, early and mid-career African and African Diaspora (A&AD)[1] staff for careers in transport, energy, digital development, infrastructure finance and infrastructure economics. To this end, the INF VPU has created two branded recruitment programs: (i) the A&AD Infrastructure Fellows Program; and (ii) the A&AD Infrastructure Mid-Career Professionals program. The present recruitment process is carried out under the A&AD Infrastructure Fellows program. The Transport Global Practice seeks to connect people, goods and services to jobs, schools, hospitals, local, regional and international markets, using faster, cheaper, safer and more efficient solutions, while keeping traffic fatalities, congestion, greenhouse gas emissions, and local air pollution in check. It responds to the needs of developing countries and transition economies for modern and reliable transport solutions. Within the Infrastructure Vice-Presidency, the Transport Global Knowledge Unit (ITRGK) is responsible for the strategic leadership of the knowledge program across the transport global practice, and providing cross-support to the regional operational units through a number of Global Leads, and Global Solutions Groups (GSG), shaping the agenda around critical areas such as green transport, development corridors and regional integration, and urban mobility. The Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration (TCRI) GSG encompasses five Solution Areas: (i) Economic Corridors and regional integration; (ii) Railways; (iii) Aviation; (iv) Maritime and Inland Water Transport; and (v) Freight and Logistics. The Transport Global Knowledge Unit (ITRGK) is seeking an Economist with interests in transport and logistics and to contribute to a dynamic and emerging research and data agenda work program. The position is based in Washington DC and will be supervised by the Practice Manager of the ITRGK.    Responsibilities The successful candidate will be an integral part of the ITRGK team, working closely with other units across the World Bank. The candidate will be based at the World Bank's headquarters in Washington D.C. The responsibilities of the proposed ETC position include contributing to the ITRGK Economics/Logistics and Research Program. These activities range from collecting, organizing and analyzing data, to reviewing literature, to drafting research papers and shorter briefs or blogs. All tasks are undertaken in a highly collaborative team environment. The ETC selected for this assignment will be expected to: 1. Contribute to the ITRGK Research Program by identifying and scoping out suitable research projects in the area of logistics and transport, collaborating in the development of specific research papers, presenting results of research at various fora. 2. Undertake data analysis; including data cleaning, exploratory data analysis, graphical analysis of data, spreadsheet-based data analysis, econometric analysis of data. This work will entail the use of standard econometric packages and other programming software (such as Stata, Matlab, Python, R etc.), with a particular emphasis on analysis of geospatial data and big data. Experience in Factor Analysis and PCA would be an advantage; 3. Summarize data and results of empirical analysis effectively using tables, graphs and charts (through Excel, Powerpoint). 4. Contribute to the production of research papers by undertaking literature reviews, developing conceptual and theoretical frameworks, discussing the significance of empirical results, and providing clear policy interpretations of research findings. 5. Draft briefs, short notes, and sections of relevant operational documents including Project Concept Notes, funding proposals, minutes of meetings, etc. 6. Prepare presentations for senior management meetings and to support dissemination and communication of progress on key initiatives. 7. Make oral presentations and actively participate in technical meetings to discuss and identify suitable solutions and approaches on a wide range of economic issues. 8. Assist in the organization of knowledge-dissemination events such as conferences, workshops, and seminars to promote technical discussion of ITRGK/TCRI work and to expose ITRGK/TCRI to recent leading-edge research in academia. The selected candidate will report to the Global Practice Manager for Transport, and work closely with other ITRGK/TCRI team members and consultants, as well as collaborating across boundaries to deliver joint projects with DECRG, other Chief Economist Offices, and academia.   Selection Criteria   Do you meet the following selection criteria? If so, we encourage you to apply: The position calls for a highly-motivated individual who is able to work seamlessly with teams and independently completes tasks assigned to her/him. The successful candidate shall already have a master's degree and should either have a doctorate in economics or be close to completing one. The candidate will be expected to have co-authored his/her own academic quality research papers. It is expected that Doctoral research and/or any previous or subsequent research activity would evidence an interest and some technical background in transport, and ideally logistics. A developing country research focus and/or professional experience in developing countries is preferred.   Other specific skills include: ? Master's degree in an economics-related field related to transport/logistics, as well as a Doctorate that is either completed or close to completion. ? 5 years of professional experience either before, during or after graduate school, with exposure to transport/logistics and development; ? Proven ability to analyze complex data sets and translate results into easily readable and policy-relevant materials (e.g. tables, graphs, ppt, summary notes, papers). ? Track record of writing research papers, either as sole author or co-author, as evidence of strong writing skills and the ability to think analytically about research problems. ? Knowledge and Experience of Economics of transport and logistics ? Understands key economic concepts relating to the sector; applies them to addressing practical policy challenges; ? Knowledge and Experience in Development Arena - Understands policy making; distills operationally relevant recommendations/lessons for clients; ? Client Orientation - Takes personal responsibility and accountability for timely response to client queries, requests or needs, working to remove obstacles that may impede execution or overall success; ? Drive for Results - Able to take personal ownership and accountability to meet deadlines and achieve agreed-upon results and has the personal organization to do so; ? Teamwork (Collaboration) and Inclusion - Collaborates with other team members and contributes productively to the team's work and output, demonstrating respect for different points of view; ? Knowledge, Learning and Communication - Actively seeks knowledge needed to complete assignments and shares knowledge with others, communicating and presenting information in a clear and organized manner; and ? Excellent oral and written communication skills, in particular ability to effectively dialogue with and relate to clients and stakeholders.     Core competencies   For information about WBG Core Competencies, please visit: https://bit.ly/2kbIA7O.     1)African and African Diaspora candidates are citizens of Sub-Saharan African countries or those who hold the citizenship of other countries but trace their ancestry to Sub-Saharan Africa, such as African-Americans, Afro-Latin-Americans, and others.     Note: The selected candidate will be offered a one-year appointment, renewable for an additional one year, at the discretion of the World Bank Group, and subject to a lifetime maximum ET Appointment of two years. If an ET appointment ends before a full year, it is considered as a full year toward the lifetime maximum. Former and current ET staff who have completed all or any portion of their second-year ET appointment are not eligible for future ET appointments.   Poverty has no borders, neither does excellence. We succeed because of our differences and we continuously search for qualified individuals with diverse backgrounds from around the globe.

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