NATIONAL COMPETITVE BIDDING
Construction works of Perimeter Fence with Grid Bars, Barb Wire, Coping and Gate at The Bomeh Proposed Recreational Park, Bo City, Sierra Leone.
                                                                                                                              DATE___4th September, 2017
Tender reference No:   WHH-SLE 1048/16/DFID/2017/05

Welthungerhilfe was established in 1962. It is today one of the largest private organizations working in the area of development cooperation and humanitarian aid in Germany. Non-profit-seeking, non-partisan and non-denominational. Donations from the population at large fund our work in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In addition, Welthungerhilfe receives grants from the Federal German Government, the European Union and the United Nations.

The project, Improved Waste management in Bo, Makeni and Kenema is financed by DFID and implemented by Welthungerhilfe in collaboration with the Bo, Makeni and Kenema City Councils, WASTE-NL, One World Link – UK and German Toilet Organization to enhance the capacity of Bo, Makeni and Kenema City Councils as well as of private sector actors through promotion of Integrated Waste Management Programs to improve on environmental sanitation and socio-economic conditions in secondary towns of Sierra Leone.

Welthungerhilfe invites sealed Bid from construction companies for the Construction works of Perimeter Fence with Grid Bars, Barb Wire, Coping and Gate at The Bomeh Proposed Recreational Park, Bo City, Sierra Leone.

Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information and inspect tender documents at Welthungerhilfe Bo, 158 Bo-Kenema Highway, Bo City, during normal working hours.

A complete set of tender documents can be obtained by interested candidates upon payment of a non-refundable fee of SLL 100,000 in cash payable to purchasing officer at the following offices address on or before 22nd September, 2017
* Welthungerhilfe No59 Frazer Street, Off Wilkinson Road, Freetown, Sierra Leone
* Welthungerhilfe Bo, 158 Bo Kenema Highway opposite Paramedical School, Bo City, Sierra Leone
* Welthungerhilfe-Kenema, 1 Alikalia lane, Off Turay street, Kenema City, Sierra Leone
* Welthungerhilfe-Makeni 37 Station Road, old Makeni Town Council, Makeni City, Sierra Leone

Prices quoted should be gross inclusive of all taxes, must be in LEONES and shall remain valid for (30) days from the closing date of tender.

Completed tender documents are to be enclosed in plain sealed envelopes marked with Tender name and reference number and deposited in the Tender Box at Welthungerhilfe, 158 Bo-Kenema Highway, Bo City __ or to be addressed to _Procurement officer, Welthungerhilfe Kenema, 158 Bo-Kenema Highway, Bo City to be received on or before 29th September, 2017 at 17:00 hour’s local time.

Interested Bidder may obtain further information form
Mohamed S Bah, Procurement officer, WHH, Bo Tel: 077 893582
Harrison Kwach, Head of Project, WHH, Bo Tel: 088 252533

Late Bid will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened

Tenders will be opened on 30th September 2017 starting at 10:00 hours in the presence of the candidates or their representatives who choose to attend at Welthungerhilfe, 158 Bo-Kenema Highway, Bo City, Sierra Leone.

Sulaiman Bangura
Project Administrator - Welthungerhilfe

NECTAR SIERRA LEONE BULK TERMINAL COMPANY (NSBT) IN COLLABORATION WITH NJALA ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIANS (NET) CONSULT
HEREIN
NOTIFICATION FOR PUBLIC DISCLOSURE ON THE REVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESHIA) DOCUMENT FORNSBTPROJECTS ATTHE QUEEN ELIZERBETH II QUAY FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE
This is to notify all stakeholders in referenced on NSBT Environmental Social Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) as designates’ on the disclosure of the review ESHIA documents conducted by NET for NSBT as approved by EPA-SL in pursuance for NSBT sustainability to its EIA license.
In compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency Sierra Leone (EPA-SL) Act 2008/2010, it is necessary for NSBT Company to undertake review work on its operational impacts on the environment and its surrounding neighbors’ with appropriate design approaches in minimizing associated potential social, health and or any environment impacts. This process is required to be achieve through a conceivable ESHIA, hereon refers to the Review NSBT ESHIA. NET consultants on behalf of NSBT Company conducted the review studies.
The Reviewed Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (RESIA) report has presented to EPA-SL for onward submission to stakeholders and other listeners during the public disclosure processes for discussion. EPA-SL, NET and NSBT propose to conduct this stakeholders’ engagement process at the location and date:
* NSBT Training Hall, Queen Elizabeth II  Quay, Freetown Sierra Leone at 9:00 AM on Friday
The study has been reported in one volume, for the Environmental Social Impact Assessment study of NSBT Head Office in Cline Town, Freetown Western area Sierra Leone.
The report is now available for reference purposes up to 12 September 2017 at the following locations:
I. The Environmental Protection Agency Sierra Leone (EPA-SL), Office of the President
II. NSBT Company Head Office Cline Town, Free town secretariat Office.
Stakeholders and /or interested persons/parties are invited to participate in the consultation processes at the above-mentioned location. Your input and any recommendations on the project will be part of the final draft report. Comments can also be email at the following contact address below or telephone to the addresses provided below.
Consultant: Njala Environmental Technicians (NET)
Tel:+23278615142/+23279262169/+23278565950/+23276556631/
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./mathdidlyndeh@yahoo.com/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
We are looking forward to your participation in the consultation and public disclosure processes

Career Opportunity
WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of Research Assistants- in Bo, Moyamba, Kailahun, Bombali and Portloko will be engaged for 3 months contract, with possibility of extension.
Purpose of the position:
Require interested candidate to fully engage in data collection field work for a short-term. The Research Assistants must work in a team led by the Research Associate who oversees the data collection team through a period of qualitative data collection to guide successful vaccine Deployment. This role will suit an ambitious graduate with prior research experience in health research. The role will require successful candidates to travel outside of Freetown, and subsequently, willingness and flexibility to work additional hours outside of the routine work week
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Support the Research Coordinator and Research Associate in other program leads to participate in data collection training, fieldwork, data quality assurance activities.
* Comply with data integrity, security policy and Protect operation by keeping data confidential and contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
* Manages quality assurance of data for the duration of fieldwork and provide Quality and timely production of data source documents according to project timeliness and guidelines.
* Supporting the maintenance organizational, documentation, administrative, financial, and regulatory systems in the department that relate to the fieldwork.
* Manage and prioritize own workload within agreed objectives to ensure that all activities are completed as per deadlines with ability to write quality report.
* Travel to research sites as needed for program activities and ability to work at community level.
* Perform other duties when required and as may be assigned by Research Coordinator.
Other Competencies/Attributes:
* Good temperament especially when dealing with challenges
* Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions
* Good communications skills,
* Tact and diplomacy in dealing with staff-related to work environment needs,
* Champions Child Safe Organization practices (e.g.  children are not hired to execute WV projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff ...etc)
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:
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
* Essential: Degree or Higher degree/ Diploma in Community Development Studies, Social Science or related fields.
* 2 years of experience in a similar position.
* Demonstrate good communication skills.
* At least one year working experience in reputable development organization.
* Knowledge of working in Health related research field work and data collection experience is a major preferenc
If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘Research Assistant’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 24th August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision Child Protection Policy
QUALIFIED FEMALE CANDIDATES ARE STRONGLY
ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Career Opportunity
WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of Knowledge Management Coordinator in Freetown
Purpose of the position:
To lead and coordinate Knowledge Management in the National Office in order to enhance Organizational Learning, Innovation, Documentation of Best Practices and Change at all levels towards more effective operations and use of better practice techniques in realizing Child Well Being Outcomes
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage all WVCENTRAL activities of the NO
* Lead in the WV Sierra Leone intranet site management and maintenance on wvcentral platform
* Monitor and share information illustrating the organization’s progress in achieving its strategic objectives
* Ensure that the maximum amount of useful information is extracted from wvcentral and shared with staff through the use of appropriate reporting tools
* Share experiences across communities of practice on innovative approaches in knowledge sharing
Ensure that the NO adheres to proper documentation practices
* Support APs and Special Projects to document their successes and best practices into appropriate knowledge assets  
* Maintain and manage a database that capture lessons learned, best practices ensuring standardized methodologies and alignment with WVI Knowledge Management systems and processes.
* Ensure staff are aware of the knowledge management resources available to support their work and are using the systems efficiently and productively to share knowledge
Ensure that knowledge assets in the NO are preserved in proper ways that enhance the retention of institutional memory
* Support the establishment of WV Sierra Leone soft and hard library
* Facilitate the development of proper filing systems, and maintain these to meet WVI Knowledge Management standards
* Advise on and implement new records management policies and classification systems
* Provide technical support for managing any changeover from paper to electronic records management systems
Ensure that all systems supporting Knowledge Management work in an integrated fashion and are appropriately supported to enhance evidence building and knowledge sharing practices
* Ensure the availability of evidenced-based impact stories for CWB reporting   
* Develop structures to enhance effective learning and knowledge sharing practices within the NO
Build staff capacity in Knowledge Management practices
* Support capacity building for all WV Sierra Leone staff on knowledge management to ensure consistency of data management.
* Establish and nurture a body of knowledge champions to enhance collaboration and learning (e.g. activity rooms) to facilitate sharing of ideas and work among internal teams and external partners
* Work with Sector Leads, Programme Managers and P&C to identify l gaps in knowledge management among field staffs and partners and develop capacity building plans to bridge them.
Identify and develop strategic partnership with stakeholders for the purpose of learning and enhancing knowledge management practices within the NO
* Develop strategic relationship with learning institutions and professional bodies for purposes of learning, research and documentation of best practice
* Represent WVSL in strategic KM coordination forums at the national and international level
* Provide the Resource Acquisition & Management, Advocacy, Communications and Marketing Unit a one-stop-shop of needed evidence of WVSL Initiatives to support donor and partner engagements.
* Provide support in the identification of strategic research areas
Other Competencies/Attributes:
* Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
* Attend and lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services.
* Perform other duties related to as required.
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:
* Minimum Educational level required:  Bachelors Degree in Communication Studies, Information Studies or any related field.
* Technical Training qualifications required:  Professional technical skill desired Certificate in Information Systems and Knowledge Management
* Experience:  3 years of practical experience in Publishing and Information Systems Management, report writing and publications field
Other:  Computer skills and database management skills
Document review and report writing skills are preferred.
If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of Knowledge Management Coordinator‘’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 248h August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision
 Child Protection Policy
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Career Opportunity
WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of Team Leader in Kambia (Mambolo)
Purpose of the position:
World Vision Sierra Leone, as part of a multi-partner consortium, is part of the implementation of a Programme in West Africa called EBODAC: Ebola vaccine Deployment, Acceptance & Compliance. Innovative Medicines Initiative (a partnership between the European Union and the European pharmaceutical industry, represented by the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations) funds this Programme. The overall objective of this Programme is to develop a communication strategy, including the development of appropriate technology and tools, in order to maximize Ebola vaccination impact in the targeted population. It implies developing, testing and implementing all necessary activities and tools to ensure acceptance and compliance with the Ebeola vaccination Programme in Africa, both in support of the clinical trial  and in the broader vaccination Programme beyond the clinical trial
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Work with the District Coordinator to support PREVAC operations, coordination and logistical needs of the project and regularly participate in partners and local coordination meetings at chiefdom level
* Work with the District Coordinator, contribute to the implementation, management and attainment of time bound results cost effectively and efficiently
* Facilitate close collaboration with District Health Management Team for joint action and sustainability. Represent and network with other NGOs, national government agencies and regulatory bodies, particularly Ministry of Health and major donors
* Prepare and submit weekly bullets, monthly Chiefdom operations report to the District Coordinator , and participate in annual reviews and Lessons learnt workshops for the Programme.
* Work closely with Procurement and Logistic officer for selection of service providers and formulation of service level agreements ensuring strict adherence to World Vision Procurement policies and procedures
* Any other duties that may be determined from time to time by the organizationization commensurate with the posi
tion of District Coordinator
* Submit all field level requests   Financial, Office materials etc. to Finance and procurement officer at District level
Other Competencies/Attributes:
* A good understanding of  community engagement and mobilization and computer literate
* Good temperament especially when dealing with challenges
* Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions
* Good communications skills,
* Tact and diplomacy in dealing with staff-related to work environment needs,
* Champions Child Safe Organization practices (e.g.  children are not hired to execute WV projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff ...etc)
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:
* Health/development professional with strong policy/advocacy and community health background. Diploma/BSc in Public Health or equivalent preferred.
* Proven results in community health programming, behaviour change communication, experience in Mobile Health programming preferable
* Proven experience in managing grants and motivating diverse teams across challenging contexts and possible insecure environments.
* At least 4 years’ experience in coordinating, implementing and managing grant-funded health Programmes in developing countries. Experience of working closely with Ministries of Health and regulatory bodies.
* Experience in supervising health/Programme staff; ability to support and build staff capacity
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Strong networking skills; ability to liaise and interact with Programme stakeholders at all levels
* Alignment with World Vision Sierra Leone vision and core values.
If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘ Team Leader ’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 248h August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision Child Protection Policy
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Career Opportunity
WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of Senior Faith and Development Manager in Freetown
Purpose of the position:
The position-holder will champion innovative approaches to dealing with interfaith engagement in fragile context. He / She will have experience in project proposal development, project cycle management, relief programming, and an understanding of minimum standards/best practices. As a networker, the position holder will actively pursue external engagement to develop audiences for interfaith dialogue and will be actively engaged in resource mobilization. He/she will ensure on-time, on-target implementation and reporting of the Christian Commitments project.
The Senior Faith and Development Coordinator will lead spiritual nurture in World Vision International Sierra Leone. He / She will be a mature Christian, who respects denominational and religious diversity who is capable of articulating World Vision’s mission to people of various backgrounds. He/she will have strong organizational skills, capable of coordinating multiple stakeholders, assets and processes to support a vibrant devotional life for staff members.
Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Ensure Partnership initiatives are understood, shared and implemented at the field Level.
* Stories of impact from different sectors developed and disseminated for use with WV entities, and published by communications department; Database of Impact stories developed
* Relationships built with religious stakeholder to lay foundations for future interfaith dialogue; Linkages formed with other peacebuilding/interfaith networks to enhance WV’s understanding of best practice and to share our learning;
* Partnering based on shared values enhanced through orientation and training for WV and partners on WV Vision, mission, core values and integrated focus
* Lessons learned and Promising practices in sectors regarding packaged and shared with the No, WARO and WVI Partnership.
* Staff spiritual nurture and wellbeing activities implemented for the Christian staff in the Head Office and field locations;
Strengthen staff capacity as Christian development practitioners fostering understanding of staff members’ roles as Christian workers in Christian and Islamic contexts. Spiritual grounded(ness) is provided in strategic decision-making process (e.g. TEECAP)
Connection of faith in work enhanced (guidance on messaging, linking the themes with current context, etc.);
Capacity of recruiters developed to undertake effective selection of suitable candidates with regard to faith issues;
* Quarterly forums/chapels organized to facilitate integration across departments through sharing vision, appreciating teamwork and shared successes;
“Faith through deeds” nurtured among both Christian and Muslim staff members orientation, training and reflections towards “work and service to God”;
- Spiritual care provided to all staff members (peer support, counselling and visitations as needed);
- Orient new staff to the identity and practice of WV’s identity in Sierra Leone;
- Technical Approaches developed to integrate interfaith engagement as a cross-cutting issue in all sectors approaches;
- Contextualized engagement method (e.g. Information, Education, Communication-IEC- strategy) developed to support strategy) developed to support sector messaging;
- Work with program leads to develop an appropriate proposal and acquire resources for F& D
- Work with RAM team to develop project proposals, Project reports meet donor    requirements in time, accountability and quality;
- FiA stories developed highlighting impact of engaging religious leaders in interventions as a risk mitigation strategy;
- Design and deliver FiA training package related to a variety of sectors, including best practices and recommendations for integration
* Provide regular, positive, and productive communication with respective donor representatives, the field, and partners regarding the implementation of program activities.
Other Competencies/Attributes
* Must be a committed and mature Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities. Able to navigate with maturity and wisdom the interfaith nature of the work, including leading staff, meeting with faith leaders, and articulating World Vision core values.
* Must have very good communication skills and should demonstrate experience undertaking implementation through partners.
* Demonstrated skills in designing spiritual development programs and resources in various faith/religious and cultural contexts.
* Should be a strategic thinker, with proven experience in networking with other stakeholders;
* Team player; the ability to work as part of a diverse team to achieve the overall goal;
* Proven ability to work in diverse cultural and faith contexts and with people of different faiths
* Lead Daily staff devotions and weekly Chapel services.
* Champions Child Safe Organization practices (e.g.  children are not hired to execute WV projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff...etc)
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
* A minimum Bachelor’s degree in Development studies, Christian theological Studies or a related Social Science. A Master’s Degree in a related field will be an added advantage
* Demonstrates well-developed interpersonal skills, both verbal and written, as well as negotiation skills
* Experience in the design, management and implementation of projects focused on working with faith actors or integration of cross cutting themes, as well as, the design and facilitation of training events
* Knowledgeable in child protection and child rights issues.
* At least 4 years’ experience in leading a Non-Governmental Christian Organization
If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘Senior Faith and Development Manager ’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 248h August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision Child Protection Policy
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of  
Resource Development Manager in Freetown
Purpose of the position: The purpose of this position is to provide leadership in resource mobilization and donor liaison for all national office grants, PNS and Private Public Partnerships funds according to donor and WV standards, and ensuring that grant opportunities align with WVSL strategy. This will be achieved by leading proposal development, donor liaison, and building the capacity of Program effectiveness (Programme Quality)/Operations staff and technical advisors in the areas of resource acquisitions, donor requirements and compliance. The position holder is responsible for ensuring proposals are of a high quality, and are submitted in line with internal review and external submission deadlines.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
Strategy Implementation:
* Ensure resource mobilization is focused on WVSL strategy
* Update business plan for the national office and ensure all internal stakeholders understand the business plan
* Ensure a focused strategic resource mobilization that covers external grants, PNS and Private Public Partnership funds.
* Ensure effective prepositioning for all potential funding and keeping the communication tree active.
* Support the team leader in the development of support office and donor specific strategies that articulate SO and donor strategic intent and funding targets, sectors and geographic preference.
* Develop and manage the proposal development calendar for WVSL and coordinate timely and strategic response to proposal opportunities.
* Develop a reporting calendar of all projects including reporting to the region on resource acquisition progress.
External Engagement:
* Represent WVSL at national level coordination meetings with donors, stakeholders, INGOs, local organizations, and government officials. Provide updates on projects at coordination meetings. Provide key stakeholders within WVSS and Support Offices with updates of meeting outcomes and stakeholder priorities.
* Develop and maintain solid working relationships with major (government/private) donors including ECHO, EU, USAID, OFDA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNDP, DFATD, DFAT, DFID, Irish Aid, FAO, and World Vision Support Offices, including hosting visits, responding to communication, and ensuring that support office and donor requirements are met.
Pre-proposal/opportunity tracking:
Activities include but are not limited to the following:
* Take the leading role in proposal development, design and resource acquisition.
* Assist the Grants Team Leader in research and trend analysis to ensure that WVSL is proactive rather than reactive in its fundraising strategies and donor engagement.
* Gather and share intelligence for individual sector opportunities; a) develop key understanding of sector strategies by donor, b) follow up on specific sectoral procurement opportunities.
* Assess level of risks associated with opportunity and ensure sufficient alignment with all relevant WV strategies at the Juba and regional offices, and use information to make decisions whether or not to pursue specific opportunities.
* Engage and pre-position WVSL with NGOs and institutional donors to develop consortia.
* Contribute to the external partner mapping exercise and ensure that results are incorporated into Resource Acquisition and Management Team strategy.
Proposal Development:
* Serve as proposal lead as assigned or support designated proposal manager, ensuring support/engagement of technical sector specialists, grant finance, and other key departments in project design.
* Support the Grants Team Leader in WVSL contributions on joint initiatives with partners. When necessary, support WVSL efforts in forming consortia.
* Work closely with the finance department, PE, sector teams, human resources, support services and all relevant departments on all proposal budgets.
Facilitate and share lessons learned in the proposal development process
Post-submission:
* Follow up with donor(s) and partner(s) as necessary. For awarded grants, ensure complete, smooth transition to project officer, which includes actively supporting the grant start-up process. If proposal is denied, ensure debrief from donor and disseminate lessons learned to all relevant parties.
* Support finance in allocating and tracking project funding to ensure national office and response strategic priorities are funded and effectively leveraged, including maintain a grant management system.
Post-submission:
* Follow up with donor(s) and partner(s) as necessary. For awarded grants, ensure complete, smooth transition to project officer, which includes actively supporting the grant start-up process. If proposal is denied, ensure debrief from donor and disseminate lessons learned to all relevant parties.
Other Competencies/Attributes:
* Program Management skills
* Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
* Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services.
* Understanding of WV ministry policies, procedures and standards
Qualifications:  Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience, Required:
Leadership experience in program design and development, funding acquisition, program monitoring and evaluation, information management, capacity building, and compliance.
At least 5 years’ field experience in a relief and development environment.
Previous experience with successful multi-million dollar donor proposal writing and budget preparation (USAID, DFID, EU, UN agencies preferred).
Must have a clear understanding of the working of the major WV partners (UNICEF, WFP, USAID, EU, Irish Aid, DFID etc.), their requirements and standards.
Must be able relate and represent WV to these major program partners, in a highly professional manner.
Capacity building experience in project design, implementation, reporting, and evaluation.
Must have a Master’s degree or equivalent in relevant fields of study such as International Development, Political Science/International Relations, Economics, Sociology, or other related field.
Computer knowledge including Word, Excel, Lotus Notes and Power Point.
Fluency in written and spoken English.
Preferred:
Experienced coordinating with INGO’s and other key stakeholders.
High degree of negotiation and persuasion skills.
Ability to work in high tension and medium-to-high security risk situations.
Ability to maintain performance expectations in diverse cultural contexts and under psychologically stressful environs and physical hardships. Ability to facilitate the creation of cross-functional project teams and the development of national strategies.
Understands work from a process point of view and uses measurement and accountability systems effectively.
Excellent time-management and prioritisation.
Demonstrates openness and transparency : If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘Resource Development Manager’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 248h August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision Child Protection Policy
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


WORLD VISION, an International, Christian Non-Governmental Humanitarian and Child Focussed Organisation is seeking applications from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the position of
Grants Manager in Freetown
Purpose of the position:
Grants Manager (GM) provides the overall management of World Vision International Sierra Leone (WVISL) grants, Private-Non Sponsorship (PNS) and Private-Public Partnerships (PPP) management process, including providing technical and financial oversight of grants including the financial, operational, logistical, procurement, human resources, and risk management; monitoring, evaluation and accountability of all of the grant Projects. The GM ensures that all programming/operations processes comply with WV Mission, Vision, Core Values and donor’s standards. S/He will strengthen accountability, programmatic integration, and ensure that all grant projects achieve maximum impact in for Child Well-being.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
Leadership & Strategic Management:
* Support the Grants Team Leader in ensuring national office and field staff actively participate in grants strategy and business process development, implementation and tracking.
* Provide vision and strategic technical leadership for the project for all grants.
Grant Management:
* Promotes excellence in planning, executions and reporting of all WVISL Grant programs/projects.
* Direct and oversee grant implementation, ensuring that all strategic objectives are met through proper design, staffing, implementation and quality assurance.
* Manage grant/project budget within approved spending levels and ensure accurate and timely financial reports to donors and SO staff.
* Consistently look for more effective and efficient implementation methods and opportunities to increase impact.
* Work with the Grants Finance Manager to ensure Grants Field Financial Reviews are conducted on monthly basis and reports shared.
* Maintain all Grants monitoring tools from Grants set up, quality implementation and close out process.
* Build capacity in the Project Managers/Coordinators and other Grants staff in quality implementation of the project and maintain tracking the design result framework and position World Vision to ensure donor compliance and WV grant minimum standards.
* Build and maintain team work with other sectors in quality and timely management of grants (P&C, Program Effectiveness, Support Services, Finance and Audit).
* Participate, lead NGO – donor forum to represent WV, the project, and seek cooperation for joint advocacy opportunities.
Resource Acquisition:
* Contribute to the marketing of the organization to donors and other stakeholders through quality implementation of current programs for donor and support office confidence.
* Support the Resource Development Manager in researching for new funding opportunities and develop and writing funding proposals,
* Close cooperation with NO Resource Development Manager and Programme officers for implementation of the RAM objectives as well as close collaboration within the NO RAM Unit on donor positioning, lessons learned, grant health and quality improvements
Human Resources:
* Supervise staffs with skills across a diverse set of technical areas.
* Ensure proper technical capacity of staff to manage complex donor-funded projects.
* Lead grant staff and short-term consultants
Quality Assurance:
* Establish and maintain effective project reporting, evaluation, and communication systems.
* Submit timely accurate and professional reports that meet donor requirements.
* Establish clear and frequent communication regarding program progress and oversight management with the donor.
Risk Management and Grant Close out:
* Ensure grant/project expenses are reasonable, allocated as per assigned budget, prudent and spent in accordance with donor rules and regulations to ensure low risk audits.
* Escalate grant management issues early and openly; resolve grant management issues quickly and fully.
Other Competencies/Attributes:
* Program Management skills
* Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
* Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services.
* Understanding of WV ministry policies, procedures and standards
Qualifications:  Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
Required:
* A Master's degree in related field or equivalent qualifications in grant management and a technical field in developing countries.
* Minimum 5 years of progressively responsible experience in providing management advisory services and or managing staff and operational systems, with a minimum of three years at the international level proven ability to manage technical assistance teams.
* Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program requirements, (Global Fund, EU, UNICEF, WFP, USAID, GoG, and other multilateral agencies); their policies and regulations.
* Keen understanding of the unique political dynamics of the region or country and ability to work carefully and collaboratively to maintain productive relationships with the various government entities.
* Proven ability in the management of large integrated grant-funded projects in developing countries.
* Familiarity with bilateral and multilateral donors programs, their history and their development; mastery of donor’s regulations governing such programs.
* Ability to integrate teams of professionals around common goals.
* Demonstrated accomplishment in working with host-country professionals, ministries and with donor colleagues.
* Strong presentation and report writing skills.
* Experience of leading large and diverse teams.
* Experience in leading and managing large grants in a complex environment.
* Experience as senior expert advisor required.
* Experience managing sub grants and contracts under grants for complex projects.
* Fluency in English.
Preferred:
* Experience in managing inter-agency consortiums is preferred.
* Sound knowledge in monitoring and evaluation.
* Project management skill
If this position appeals to you, send a letter of application with your updated CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By sending your application through email address above, please ensure that subject reads ‘Application for the position of ‘Grants Manager ’ Referees of successful candidate will be contacted so please include your referees’ current email and telephone numbers.
Closing Date: 248h August 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Successful candidate will be required to sign the World Vision Child Protection Policy
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

 

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VACANCY ADVERTISEMENT FOR STATISTICIAN- GENERAL
STATISTICS SIERRA LEONE
Background

Statistics Sierra Leone (SSL) was created by the Statistics Act of 2002 and the Census Act of 2002 as a corporate body to conduct Population and Housing Censes and to collect, compile, analyse and disseminate accurate, reliable and timely statistical information for informed decision making by government and the general public. SSL is governed by a council which provides strategic guidance to the Chief Executive (the Statistician General) who is assisted by a Deputy Statistician General in carrying out the day-to-day administration of the institution. . SSL is governed by a council which provides strategic guidance to the Statistician General and management in carrying out the day-to-day administration of the institution.

Statistics Sierra Leone Vision

The Vision of Statistics Sierra Leone is to create a sustainable National Statistical System (NSS) for the coordination and production of official statistics that will assist informed and evidence based decision making.
Mission Statement

The Mission Statement of SSL as mandated under the Statistics Act 2002, is to coordinate, collect, compile, analyze and disseminate high quality and objective official statistics to assist informed decision-making, and discussion within the government, business and the media, as well as the wider national and international community.
Statistics Sierra Leone (SSL) invites application from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans for the following position:
POSITION:   STATISTICIAN GENERAL
LOCATION: FREETOWN
REPORTING TO:  SSL COUNCIL AND THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
TERMS OF REFRENCE FOR THE STATISTICIAN GENERAL
The Statistician –General will be the Chief Executive Officer of the Statistics of Sierra Leone and will be an ex officio member of the Statistics Sierra Leone Council.
He/she will responsible for the following:-
i. Report to the Statistics Sierra Leone Council;
ii. The Management of funds, property and business of Statistics Sierra Leone;
iii. The management of Staff Statistics Sierra Leone
iv. To provide professional leadership and directions in the planning, building and implementation of activities with the framework of Statistics Sierra Leone;
v. To provide technical support for the identification of capacity needs of Statistics and the National Statistical System (NSS) and coordinate training of Statistics Sierra Leone Staffs;
vi. To coordinate the collection, compilation, processing, analysis, publication and dissemination of Statistics information relating to the commercial industrial, agriculture social, financial, economic, and other activities and conditions of residents of Sierra Leone.
vii. To conduct the Decennial Household Census;
viii. Adopting the policies developed by the Sierra Leone Statistics Council for ensuring that officials of Statistics in Sierra Leone comply with Fundamental Principles laid down by the United Nations;
ix. Developing relationships with those who use Sierra Leone official Statistics and ensuring that the Statistics collected by Statistics in Sierra Leone are responsive to a range of user needs;
x. To collaborate and build relationships with Government and other stakeholders, including the donor community, in carrying out the mandate of Statistics Sierra Leone; and
xi. Representing Statistics in Sierra Leone and the National Statistical System at local and international levels on matters concerning development projects and operations relating to Statistics Sierra Leone.

QUALIFACATION AND EXPERIENCE
The candidate should posses:
i. An advance degree in Statistics, Economic, Demography or Mathematics.
A PhD  degree in  Statistics, Economic, Demography or Mathematics and International experience in macroeconomic statistics would be an added advantage.
ii. Ten (10) years’ experience in a statistical office or in a related organisation, with a minimum of five (5) years’ at the level of senior management involved in the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of statistics as well as the production of analytical reports on economic, social and related matters.
iii. He/she must demonstrate proven leadership and managerial skills, well developed communication skills, and ability to work closely and effectively with Ministries, senior officials in Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Non- Governmental Organisations and donor Organisations.
iv. He/she must be able to articulate a vision of how Statistics Sierra Leone will move forward within the framework laid out in the Government Development Agenda.
v. He/she will need to work closely and effectively with Statistics Sierra Leone Council and contribute to policy development and implementation’.

 

APPLICATIONS SHOUL BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE THE 8TH OF SEPTEMBER 2017 AND SHOULD BE FORWORDED TO THE FOLLOWING ADRESS:
Director of Finance, Administration and Human Resources
Statistics Sierra Leone
A.J Momoh Street
Tower Hill
Freetown
Sierra Leone.
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.@statistics.sl


ICAP at Columbia University is an international non-governmental organization that aims to ensure the wellness of families and communities by strengthening health systems around the world. ICAP began working in Sierra Leone in 2014, partnering with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) to strengthen health systems by providing technical assistance, Quality Improvement and Nursing capacity building projects in Sierra Leone. In line with the broadened scope and objectives of ICAP work, the need for increased staff capacity around new and enlarged areas of focus have emerged. ICAP therefore, require the services of resourceful, experienced and dynamic professionals for the position of Procurement and Logistics Officer:

PURPOSE OF ROLE
Procurement Officer is responsible to manage the daily operations and activities of purchasing of all ICAP Sierra Leone related material, equipment and commodities. S/he will ensure team adherence to purchasing policies, procedures and practices, ensuring that all materials and supplies purchased are cost effective, carried out in a timely manner and meet ICAP’s needs and standards.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Coordinate and plan all ICAP in Sierra Leone related procurements including but not limited to documenting product requirements/specifications.  
* Establish, negotiate and manage agreements with key suppliers and service providers, identify new opportunities, seek ways to improve efficiencies and ensure purchasing compliance.
* Coordinate the tender and quotation process for ICAP in Sierra Leone procurements, Initiate packages for review.
* Implement proper control and monitoring procedures for the procurement and contracting processes; responsible for ensuring the transparency and competitiveness of ICAP in Sierra Leone bids analysis, and bidding and tendering processes.
* Prepare and conduct Request for Quotations (RFQ’s), Purchase Requests, Quote evaluation and review purchase receipts, quotations, bids and proposals, evaluations and negotiations of all goods and services to ensure compliance with ICAP’s procurement regulations.
* Ensure that all paperwork and procedures are followed for customs and duty exemptions in coordination with the MOFED and relevant government offices. Manage the importation and customs processes including inspection of goods, customs clearance and proper registration of all imported items as required.
* Developing and placing purchasing orders, monitoring delivery schedules, and facilitating prior duty-free exemption and customs clearance.
* Ensuring compliance to procurement while actively monitoring procedures across the organization, identifying any deficiencies and recommending steps for improvement.
* Communicate and report on procurement progress against work plans through developing, compiling, reconciling and/or updating information in vendor and stock database/inventory log to provide effective processing, informing management and reporting.
* Provide staff training relating to ICAP purchasing processes, procedures, guidelines and general good procurement practices.
* Implement effective internal control of assets, inventory and property management.
* Assist in the coordination of vehicle controls, supervision of drivers, and management of staff movements.
* Keep constantly appraised of economic or business situations as it affects purchasing and recommend actions to adequately meet changing conditions.
* Manage the importation and customs processes including inspection of goods, customs clearance and proper registration of all imported items as required.
* Responsible for daily runs of the office generator and tracking of fuel consumption.
Qualifications:  Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
* Requires a degree in Purchasing or equivalent with a minimum of Three years in similar position in an International Organization, preferably an NGO.
* Advanced university degree from an accredited academic institution preferably in Business Administration, Management, Logistics, Procurement; CIPS certification will be an added advantage.
* Three years of professional experience (or Five years for candidates holding a first level university degree) in managing diverse procurement and logistics operations;
* Excellent level of computer literacy
* Proven ability in effectively maintaining procurement systems
* Demonstrated highest degree of trustworthiness and integrity
* Analytical, accountable, manages pressure well, working under minimum supervision
* Problem analysis and resolution
* Organizing, prioritizingand scheduling of tasks
* Good written and oral communication in English Language
* Must have excellent knowledge of database systems and store management.

Application Instructions
Interested candidates should apply via email with CV and a cover letter as Microsoft Word or pdf attachments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
not later than Friday 1st September 2017.

The subject of the email should be the POSITION title and the applicant’s full name e.g.  Procurement and Logistics Officer – Jane Kamara.
Applications not sent in this format will NOT be processed.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Open National Tender Notice for the following categories of market:


- ITT –SCI –SL-2017-44 Frame work agreement for catering and hall rental services for Kailahun, Pujehun and Tombo
- ITT -SCI SL-2017-12- Fuel supply for Vehicles, Motorcycles and Generator.
- ITT –SCI-SL-2017-47 Frame work agreement for premium Insurance cover for vehicles.
- ITT-SCI-SL-2017-39 Frame work agreement for preventive maintenance and repair of Vehicles.

 

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potentials. We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.6 billion dollars in 2011 to reach more children than ever before, through programs in Health, Nutrition, Education, Protection and Child Rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

Save the Children International Sierra Leone is inviting qualified and registered bidders to submit both financial and technical proposals for the above categories of markets.

Interested bidders should please contact Save the Children Country office, located at 5H Baryon Drive, Tengbe Town, Old Railway Line, Freetown; to pick Complete Tender Documents containing the details of this Tender Process, from the 15th August, 2017 to the 4th September, 2017, during working Hours 9.00 am – 5:00 pm.

ONLINE/SOFTCOPY SUBMISSION IS NOT ACCEPTED
Tenders submitted must be accompanied by:
* Renewed Business License for the year (Photocopy of  Certificate)
* GST/TAX Clearance ,NASSIT Registration Certificate
* Company profile showing past performance record on similar works
* GST 15% Certificate with TIN Number
* Names of Referees, contact details( Email, Telephone, Address)
Bids must be submitted in two sealed envelopes, (One envelope for Technical and another for Financial) clearly marked by “Tender reference number” “bidders name, address and legal Stamp.
For any queries:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact the address above to submit your email(s) for the tender documents to be forwarded for your kind perusal and action.
Closing Date: is on or before the 4th September, 2017, at 5.pm prompt.
Save the Children International reserves the right to accept or reject the entire or partial part of this bid


ICAP at Columbia University is an international non-governmental organization that aims to ensure the wellness of families and communities by strengthening health systems around the world. ICAP began working in Sierra Leone in 2014, partnering with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) to strengthen health systems by providing technical assistance, Quality Improvement and Nursing capacity building projects in Sierra Leone. In line with the broadened scope and objectives of ICAP work, the need for increased staff capacity around new and enlarged areas of focus have emerged. ICAP therefore, require the services of resourceful, experienced and dynamic professionals for the position of Monitoring and Evaluation Officer:


The M&E Officer’s primary role is to implements SI activities for all projects and studies managed by ICAP in SierraLeone.Ensures that all SI activities are planned and implemented in consistency with ICAP’sSIscientific approach, and expectations set by donors and the Ministry of Health andSanitation (MoHS) and other governmental entities in Sierra Leone. The M&E Officer liaises closelywith other technical staff in the ICAP in Sierra Leone office and with the M&E Officer secondedto the Sierra LeoneMoHS.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Conducts SI-related activities for all ICAP in Sierra Leone projects includingresearch, evaluation, and review of routinely collected data to monitor and evaluate programsand improveperformance.
* Supports short and long-term objectives toward strengthening information systemsincountry and development of proposals to accomplish thesegoals.
* Coordinates the implementation of DHIS2 and/or other information systems anddata collection and managementtools.
* Conducts training and on-going technical mentorship on SI for ICAP in SierraLeone
* Coordinates data collection, management, and analysis from research initiativesand public health evaluations, as needed, in conjunction with researchteams.
* Contributes to the documentation of program successes including providinginformation for manuscripts, abstracts andposters.
* Supports the preparation of proposal/grant applications and ongoing reportingincluding semiannual and annual reports, interim progress reports, and continuation applicationsasrequired under various fundingawards.
* Assists in the development of key indicators, data collection tools and informationflow to meet projectneeds.
* Contributes to development and monitoring of work plans and budgets to supportSI-relatedactivities.
* Oversees the performance of the Database Manager and field-based data collectionteamsand provide training and mentoring when needed and develop training plans and toolsfor team.
* Assists country staff to comply with government and donor reporting requirementsand guidelines and to monitor accuracy of data included in all projectreports.
* Supports all ICAP in Sierra Leone programs/projects with thedevelopment/maintenance of tools/databases to assist with data analysis andreporting.
* Ensures that program activity data reported by ICAP are verified by qualityassuranceprocedures and ensures quality, timely progress reports generated for ICAP headquarters, PEPFAR, and other stakeholders anddonors.
* Contributes information to regular reports (including quarterly, semi-annual andannual progress reports; both internal and those addressed tofunders).
Qualifications:  Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
* A Master’s degree in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, healthservicesor relateddiscipline.
* Minimum three (3) years of experience in SI projects focused on HIV/AIDS,infection prevention and control (IPC), or related areas within low-resourcesettings.
* Demonstrated experience in the design, implementation and management ofhealth monitoring and evaluationsystems.
* Strong data management and analysisskills.
* Ability to use computer software programs including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and statistical programs such as SPSS, SAS, STATA, orR.
* Knowledge of and practical experience in health-related research and ethical requirements.
* Knowledge of and experience in health information management systems and data base maintenance.
* Excellent (fluent) English written and verbal communication skills. (Krio languageskillsare an added advantage) and strong interpersonalskills.
* Field-oriented and comfortable with a team approach to program implementationand able to manage several major activitiessimultaneously.
* Demonstrated highest degree of trustworthiness and integrity
* Analytical, accountable, manages pressure well, working under minimum supervision
* Problem analysis and resolution
* Organizing, prioritizingand scheduling of tasks

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

* Travel (up to 20%) within Sierra Leone may berequired.
Application Instructions

Interested candidates should apply via email with CV and a cover letter as Microsoft Word or pdf attachments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. later than Friday 1st September 2017.
The subject of the email should be the POSITION title and the applicant’s full name e.g.  Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – Jane Kamara.
Applications not sent in this format will NOT be processed.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

 

WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Job Title:Field Finance Assistant Department: Kabala Administration Reports To: Field Finance Officer Country/Location:Sierra Leone based in Kabala Deadline for application: 15th of August – 2017 Please send your applications to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or The HR Manager, Catholic Relief Services, 41 King Harman Road Freetown Job Summary: You will efficientlyprovide comprehensive information, clerical, and accounting services to assist the Finance Department in executing processes and deliveringservice needs that support high-quality programs serving the poor and vulnerable in support of the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) mission. As part of an experienced finance team you will deliver quality support in your role, applying clearly defined accounting and financial reporting processes, procedures and service standards. Job Responsibilities: * Complete standard financial documents (vouchers, wire transfer requests, checks, etc.) following a sample template with prescribed guidelines and circulate as needed. * Promptly filing of all vouchers and financial documents sequentially * Photocopying of all Financial documents * Ensuring organized storage of all financial data * Filing and indexing of all correspondence/letters to bank, partners, transfer, etc. * Provide administrative and clerical support to financial transactions processing. Prepare, type, photocopy, and scan related documentation. File accounting and financial reportingdocumentation as instructed. * Compile supporting documentation (liquidation/receipt package) to support processing of financial transactions.Communicate with staff, subrecipients, partners, suppliers to follow up on required documents. * Perform data entry for financialtransactions recording, following validation by the next-level Finance staff. * Keep custody of various documents (e.g. blank/undelivered checks, fuel coupons, etc.). * Any other duties that may be assigned by the Head of Finance, Field Finance Officer and Area Manager. Scope: Supervisory Responsibility - N/A Typical Background, Experience& Requirements: Education and Experience * High School Diploma required. Professional Diploma/Certificate or courses in Accounting, Finance,Economics, or Business Administrationa plus. * Minimum of two years work experience in a similar role with some familiarity of standard accounting practices. Experience with an international organization a plus. * Experience using MS Office packages, in particular Excel and Word. Hands-on experience with data entry into online databases and forms. * Willingness to work additional hours during critical implementation periods * Excellent written and oral communication skills in English, organized and detail oriented * Strong analytical skill * Flexible and easily adaptable to change * Ability to work in and promote a team environment/concept * Excellent planning skills * Ability to develop effective systems considering organizational effectiveness and impact on people Personal Skills * Excellent organizational skills with great attention to detail * Ethical conduct in accordance with recognized professional and organizational codes of ethics * Proactive, resourceful, solutions oriented and results-oriented. Able to meet deadlines. * Strong customer service ethic and abilities. Ability to work collaboratively. Required/Desired spoken Language * Must be able to speak at least one local languagein that part of the country. Travel Required (20%) Key Working Relationships: Supervisory: N/A Internal: Field Finance Officer, Area Manager, Education Program Director, Resource Management Coordinator, Finance Manager, Senior managers and field based staff. External:Local Vendors. Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff): These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. * Serves with Integrity * Models Stewardship * Cultivates Constructive Relationships * Promotes Learning Disclaimer:This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

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