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Integrated Project Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 31 December, 2019

  
Location: based in NFDHR ‘Sa'ada  Governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed
Reporting to: Integrated Program  Manager
Start date: January 2020
Contract Duration: 12 Months
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

WASH & Shelter Project Manager Job Description

The WASH & Shelter Project Manager is responsible for planning, developing, monitoring and evaluating the assigned WASH & Shelter project. He/she assesses  needs, designs projects, writes proposals, and initiates effectively manages and reports on projects in line with the objectives, timeframe and budget. The WASH & Shelter Project Manager also provides technical support, leadership and strategic direction; meets quality standards in WASH and shelter delivery, encourages beneficiary participation, liaise with other stakeholders and manages and trains staff.  The Project Manager reports directly to the Programs Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Work on developing and reviewing the project strategy in partnership with the concerned government authorities, local governorate authorities, directorates and beneficiaries.
  • Oversee the implementation of WASH & Shelter projects in coordination with the other Project staff.
  • Ensure project implementation is according to the required standards/specifications and corresponding timetable of the project.
  • Oversee the development of field staff trainings.
  • Supervise the maintenance and archiving of reports, records, and technical documents
  • Oversee WASH & Shelter situational analyses, assessments, and studies in the areas targeted by the institution.
  • Supervise, plan, organize, and monitor all livelihood activities carried out by the field coordinator.
  • Supervise and submit periodic studies, reports, and evaluation around WASH & Shelter project.
  • Prepare evidence-based awareness IEC materials and get them approved by relevant authorities.
  • Develop WASH and shelter project under the supervision of Program Manager and donor organizations.
  • Oversee project monitoring and evaluation, ensuring the achievement of project indicators and results at all stages of implementation
  • Evaluate staff performance and make recommendations.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Coordinate and communicate along with the relevant government and local authorities within the project framework, ensuring their meaningful participation to respond to the local community’s needs.
  • Represent NFDHR in several meetings and events related to the WASH & Shelter sector such as the WASH cluster & Shelter cluster, prepare and present minutes from these meetings to the Program Manager.
 
                                                                                                                                                
Administrative Duties:
  • Prepare and send news reports to the Media Officer on field project activities and field needs for beneficiaries on a regular basis (weekly, monthly).
  • Help to prepare project reports and data in coordination with the M&E Officer for Program Manager.
 
The role of the WASH & Shelter Project Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the WASH & Shelter Project Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s food security and livelihood project and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree in  BSc In civil engineering  specialization, or a related subject,
  • At least 5 years’ experience working WASH project .
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=143
Deadline. 31-12-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
 

 

Education Project Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 31 December, 2019

 
Location: based in NFDHR ‘AL Hodeida Governorates , with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Program Manager
Start date: January 2020
Contract Duration: 10 Months
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Education Project Manager Job Description

The Education Project Manager is responsible for planning, developing, monitoring and evaluating the assigned education project(s). He/she assesses education needs, designs projects, writes proposals, and initiates effectively manages and reports on projects in line with the objectives, timeframe and budget. The Project Manager also provides technical support, leadership and strategic direction; meets quality standards in education, encourages beneficiary participation, liaise with other stakeholders and manages and trains education staff. The Education Project Manager reports directly to Programs Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour workweek, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Work on developing and reviewing the project strategy in partnership with the concerned government authorities, local governorate authorities, directorates and beneficiaries.
  • Oversee the implementation of education projects in coordination with other Project Managers
  • Ensure project implementation is according to the required standards/specifications and corresponding timetable of each project.
  • Oversee the development of field staff trainings and continuing education programs
 
 
  • Supervise the maintenance and archiving of reports, records, and technical documents
  • Oversee education situational analyses, assessments, and studies in the areas targeted by the institution.
  • Participate in developing policies and objectives for education projects.
  • Supervise, plan, organize, and monitor all health and nutrition projects and activities carried out by project managers or field Managers and directly supervise the provision of education services in field programs.
  • Prepare and submit periodic studies, reports, and evaluation around education projects, in coordination with the Program manager.
  • Prepare evidence-based education awareness materials and get it approved by relevant authorities.
  • Develop health and nutrition projects under the supervision of the Director of Development Programs and in cooperation with NFDHR leadership, program officials, financial and operational management, and donor organizations
  • Oversee project monitoring and evaluation, ensuring the achievement of project indicators and results at all stages of implementation
  • Evaluate staff performance and make recommendations.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Coordinate and communicate with relevant government and local authorities while planning new projects within the program framework, ensuring their meaningful participation to respond to the local community’s needs.
  • Represent NFDHR in several meetings and events related to the education sector, and prepare and present minutes from these meetings to the Director of Development Programs
  • Coordinate with government agencies and international/national organizations working in the same project areas to avoid duplication and interference and to ensure success and impact
  • Participate in the development and mobilization of annual resources for health and nutrition projects and discuss with NFDHR leadership and supporting parties in order to finance them.
 
Administrative Duties:
  • Prepare and send news reports to the Media Officer on field project activities and field needs for beneficiaries on a regular basis (weekly, monthly).
  • Help to prepare project reports and data in coordination with the Repotimg Officer for relief program.
 
The role of the Education Project Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Education Project Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s education projects and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.

 

 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree in Education, Early Childhood Development, or a related subject, or equivalent field experience
  • At least 3-4 years’ experience in education working as an Education Project Manager
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills (written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=142
Deadline. 31-12-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
 
 
 
CCCM  Project Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 31 December, 2019

 
 
Location: based in NFDHR ‘Sa'ada  Governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed
Reporting to: Integrated Program  Manager
Start date: January 2020
Contract Duration: 12 Months
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

 Project Manager Job Description

The Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCM) Project Manager is responsible for planning, developing, monitoring and evaluating the assigned CCM project. He/she assesses  needs, designs projects, writes proposals, and initiates effectively manages and reports on projects in line with the objectives, timeframe and budget. The CCM Project Manager also provides technical support, leadership and strategic direction; meets quality standards in CCM delivery, encourages beneficiary participation, liaise with other stakeholders and manages and trains staff.  The Project Manager reports directly to the Programs Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Work on developing and reviewing the project strategy in partnership with the concerned government authorities, local governorate authorities, directorates and beneficiaries.
  • Oversee the implementation of CCM  projects in coordination with the other Project staff.
  • Ensure project implementation is according to the required standards/specifications and corresponding timetable of the project.
  • Oversee the development of field staff trainings.
  • Supervise the maintenance and archiving of reports, records, and technical documents
  • Oversee CCM  situational analyses, assessments, and studies in the areas targeted by the institution.
  • Supervise, plan, organize, and monitor all   activities carried out by the field coordinator.
  • Supervise and submit periodic studies, reports, and evaluation around CCM  project.
  • Prepare evidence-based awareness IEC materials and get them approved by relevant authorities.
  • Develop CCM project under the supervision of Program Manager and donor organizations.
  • Oversee project monitoring and evaluation, ensuring the achievement of project indicators and results at all stages of implementation
  • Evaluate staff performance and make recommendations.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Coordinate and communicate along with the relevant government and local authorities within the project framework, ensuring their meaningful participation to respond to the local community’s needs.
  • Represent NFDHR in several meetings and events related to the relevant sector  and cluster, prepare and present minutes from these meetings to the Program Manager.
 
                                                                                                                                                
Administrative Duties:
  • Prepare and send news reports to the Media Officer on field project activities and field needs for beneficiaries on a regular basis (weekly, monthly).
  • Help to prepare project reports and data in coordination with the M&E Officer for Program Manager.
 
The role of the CCM Project Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the CCM Project Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s food security and livelihood project and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree in  Administration Business specialization, or a related subject,
  • At least 5 years’ experience working development and humanitarian project .
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=141
Deadline. 31-12-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
 

 

Field Officer (5)
Deadline: Wednesday, 11 September, 2019

Location: based in ( Amran-Ma'areb-Hajja-Al-Baydha-Ibb) with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: GFD/CVTN Senior Coordinator
Published Date: 05 September, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
Field Officer Job Description
Field Officer is responsible to manage and supervise the project activities at governorate level. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
•    Coordinate with WFP sub-office, and related authorities/stakeholders to conduct the project activities at the governorate level.
•    Supervision of implementation of the targeting and registration exercise and assessment according to the mechanism and plan of WFP in the governorate.
•    Supervise on distribution of food assistance or other activities in the project funded by WFP at the governorate level
•    Supervision of training and scale up the project staff capacity to conduct the project activities effectively and efficiently at governorate level
•    Responsible for implementation of training and awareness session to stakeholders, community committees, beneficiaries on donor  interventions, NFDHR’s roles and  project activities; targeting criteria,  registration & registration exercise, mechanism of distribution assistance funded be WFP.
•    Plan and manage the activities of project financially and technically at governorate level.
•    Oversee establishment of distribution centers or activity locations and their team at governorate level
•    Management of the distribution of food, distribution centers and their team at governorate level.
•    Responsible for collecting, monitoring and recording, data of vouchers/commodities movement, or other data required by WFP and FSL program  and their submission to WFP sub-office and program  timely according to their documents cycle under supervision of direct supervisor . 
•    Represent NFDHR in the meeting, workshop, or other occasions with stakeholders/authorities/ WFP..etc at the target governorate.
•    Prepare the daily, weekly, monthly, and annually reports required in the project
•    Responsible for the administrative and financial duties in the field office. 
 
The role of the Field Officer/Field Office Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Field Officer/Field Office Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
Qualifications
•   Hold at least University degree
•   English Working knowledge / Excellent and Arabic language (speaking, reading, writing)
•   Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
•   3 years’ experience working in the similar position/job
•   1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
•   Experience working and coordination with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
•   Capable to working independently, with little supervision and be self-motivated
•   Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
•   Ability to work in remote areas
  • Leadership skills
•   Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR and guidelines of WFP.
Desirable:
•   Good written and oral communication skills
•   Flexible and able to work well under pressure
•   Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
•   Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
•   Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
•   Knowledge of the context
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=140
Deadline. 11/9/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Compliance Officer
Deadline: Wednesday, 11 September, 2019

Location: based in ( Sana'a) with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: Finance & Operation Manager
Published Date: 05 September, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Compliance Officer Job Description

The Compliance Officer is responsible for reviewing and evaluating compliance issues/concerns within NFDHR. S/he ensures the Board of Trustees, management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, that NFDHR policies and procedures are being followed, and that behavior within NFDHR meets the organizations’ standard of conduct. The Compliance Officer reports directly to the Finance & Operation Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Examine and evaluate the safety and efficiency of the accounting, financial, procurement, and human resources systems applied by NFDHR and improve the efficiency of these systems at appropriate costs.
  • Prepare and conduct a weekly /monthly compliance review plan for all financial accounting systems, processes, human resources and documents where you may request detailed information and even specify the assets and liabilities of the institution.
  • Organize the review of compliance in such a way that it neither affects daily work nor delays the completion of transactions.
  • Determine the extent to which employees comply with established plans, policies and administrative procedures.
  • Validate the integrity of the information provided by the organization's MIS
  • Review and assess the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control system to minimize internal risks.
  • Review the means to ensure the integrity of NFDHR’s assets and verify the actual presence.
  • Determine the reliability of the financial system and financial statements.
  • Conduct regular and periodic reviews of various activities, and report findings and recommendations.
    • Prevent accidental and unintentional errors and take the necessary measures.
    • Evaluate performance efficiency in relation to the tasks assigned to the staff.
  • Make recommendations to improve plans, systems and policies.
  • Conduct internal audits of NFDHR’s final accounts as a whole and submit them to the CEO, Deputy Finance Director, and the Board of Trustees for approval
  • Submit external audit reports
  • Save and archive all reports, records and technical documents for NFDHR.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Prepare a review work plan for the financial, administrative, procurement and human resources systems, according to the compliance review manual, which should be prepared by the auditor and approved by the management to ensure the proper functioning of the institution.
  • Ensure that the various departments comply with rules, regulations, instructions and procedures and verify their adequacy
  • Participate in the inventory committees as an observer and periodically review the treasury’s records and accounts, inventory the fixed and movable assets, and report the result of the inventory to the Chief Executive Officer and Deputy.
 
The role of the Compliance Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Compliance Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to policy and regulation adherence and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in relevant field like Audit, Finance, Management, International Development, etc.
  • Audit, Compliance and/or Risk experience with background in Risk Analysis and Detection
  • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience providing audit, compliance, risk oversight of complex, multi- dimensional donor-funded programming, including administering sub cash transfers, in an international environment; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Proven knowledge of and success managing the administration and compliance of programs under multiple donors such as UN Agencies.
  • Demonstrated experience and ability to professionally and appropriately represent the organization and negotiate and defend the organization’s interests with a diverse range of international and local organizations and other groups
  • Effective verbal and written communication, multi-tasking, organizational, and prioritization skills
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions independently
  • Extremely flexible, and have the ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations
  • Willingness to adapt quickly to arising deadlines, and respond urgently to needs, including working long hours as required
  • Ability to relate to and motivate local staff effectively
  • Creativity and the ability to work with limited resources and diversity equity
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), and/or Master’s degree in relevant field is preferred
  • Experience with emergency response programs and staff training and mentoring
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=139
Deadline. 11/9/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Logistics Officer
Deadline: Wednesday, 11 September, 2019

Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Operation Manager
Published Date: 05 September,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Logistics Officer Job Description

The Logistic Officer is responsible for coordinating, consolidating, and ensuring smooth implementation of and adherence to logistic and security procedures and provides logistical support to NFDHR’s 7 core programs. She/he is also in charge of building the capacity of local logistics support team members. The Logistics Officer reports directly to the project manager  . This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Prepare procurement procedures in accordance with the rules, regulations and manuals adopted in coordination with the program  .
  • Prepare various procedures around project implementation within NFDHR’s Procurement Policies, including direct or urgent purchases
  • Prepare Technical Request for Proposals (RFPs) , all Tender documents and sharing in tender analysis  in coordination with the project manager, Program Manager and operations manager  .
  • Prepare the logistic plan for projects and follow-up and update it by monthly
  • Record purchases within NFDHR’s procurement documents in order to prove materials purchased are classified and entered in the financial system
  • Follow-up and monitor purchased materials to ensure proper procurement and distribution to warehouses in accordance with invoices, specifications  and purchase contracts
  • Document, control and execute receipt of invoices received from suppliers.
  • Match supplier invoices with warehouse’s purchase orders and receipt of supplies, issued by administration, and indicate supply’s safety.
  • Match the total balance of the inventory control record with the balance in the system.
  • Keep inventory of suppliers' debts whose period has expired with periodic reports.
  • Create a file for each resource needed/ordered, containing all correspondence and agreements between NFDHR and the supplier. Make sure all files are consistently labelled, indexed and organized to facilitate accessing and referencing it.
  • Preparation and ending  all documents related to the project first, without delay, and prepare a monthly report.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Assist the Operations Manager in preparing the procurement plan of NFDHR and its related projects.
  • Participate in the Inventory Committee periodically, and, at the end of the year, in coordination with the Warehouse Manager, match the inventory results with inventory control records and search for discrepancies (if any) and report them.
  • Coordinate with the Warehouse Manager to identify stock gaps and ordering needs to ensure supplies are fully stocked for corresponding projects.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Review the invoices received from suppliers and match them with suppliers' contracts, identify any discrepancies, if any, and follow them up.
  • Follow-up late invoices with suppliers.
  • Report on non-moving, slow-moving, obsolete and stagnant items.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
The role of the Logistics Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Logistics Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s logistical support functions and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, , Logistics or something similar.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in Logistics in a humanitarian/development context
  • Substantial knowledge of standard logistics procedures and practices
  • Basic knowledge of financial and HR procedures.
  • Familiarity working with procurement software.
  • Good level of technical skills in mechanics/IT/Communications/construction or other desired
  • Experience with field level coordination with other stakeholders UN, INGOs, LNGOs and government.
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link :
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=138

Deadline. 11/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
FSL Finance and Operations Manager
Deadline: Wednesday, 11 September, 2019

Location: based in the Sana’ Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: HR Manager
Published Date: 05 September, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).
Job Description:
 
1. General objective of mission
Under the supervision of the Deputy Executive Director and with a functional link to the Finance Manager, Operations Manager of NFDHR, he/she supervises the Finance, Operations and Human Resources in FSL Program.
 
2. Functions in order of priority
Finance, Operations, HR, Accountancy and Treasury for FSL Program
 
Finance
Provides overall management of the FSL Finance Department to ensure that optimum financial support is provided to FSL Office projects within established NFDHR financial policies and principles and within the standards set by the Country Office.
 
1.    Provides advice to the Deputy Executive Director on financial matters, particularly the monthly review of the balance sheet and regular budget forecasting and projections.
2.    Minimizes financial risk specifically in the areas of cash management and treasury (foreign exchange).
3.    Advise the Project managers with donor contracts. Provides advice & provides expertise at the
project/program budget proposal development and final submission stage.
4.    Reviews and monitors the FSL Offices financial systems (QuickBooks), Policies, Procedures and initiates development or correction as required.
5.    Closely monitors Banking and Governmental Policies in Country, Regulations, Donors Requirements and Regulations and provides advice on payment issues.
6.    Liaises with all Programs, to ensure that the contract liabilities are collected in a timely manner and that project expenditures are in line with the contract budgets.
7.    Review and advice about FSL Office statements, staff payroll, financial reports, adjusting journal entries, cash receipts and signs cheques and bank letters in collaboration with the Finance Manager and under the levels of authority delegated by NFDHR.
8.    Supervises the preparation and submission of the FSL Program budgets by line managers and finance staff, to ensure that budgets reflect Country Office needs and NFDHR budgetary requirements in collaboration with the Finance and Operations staff.
9.    Provides information, guidance, addresses issues, and ensures there is an understanding of FSL Program finance requirements and standards along with contractual requirements from different donors.
10.  Heads strategy and direction for the FSL Program in regards all finance matters. Review overall finance plans for budgets, staffing, and procurement and advice about the final decisions/recommendations on policy-level financial matters and provides an over view to the department on forex transactions as per delegated by NFDHR..
11.  Audits the accounting practices of the FSL Program finance staff through the authorization of various documents and financial instruments, and takes corrective action as necessary.
12.  Directly supervises the FSL Finance Team, and provides general team leadership for the Finance department.
13.  Preform any other tasks as requested by the Deputy Executive Director or Executive Director
Human Resources
➢    Supervising of the FSL Program payroll management
➢    Responsible for the compliance to Tax, Social and Legal Regulations
➢    Overall responsibility for the operational management of human resources and timely recruitment, competitive remuneration, and development and implementation of the human resource strategy for FSL Program
➢    FSL Staff capacity building and development
 
Logistics and Security
➢    Supervising of the operational support to programs (procurement, fleet, equipment, office premises,
Information systems) in FSL Program office
➢    In charge of the update and the compliance to security and health measures for NFDHR Offices.
➢    Responsible for compliance with Donors’ rules on Purchases and Procurement
 
General  administration
➢    In charge of the link with tax, social and any other administrative body in charge of regulations
applicable to the country office
 
 Donors’ relations
➢    In charge of administrative and financial relations with the different donors funding the FSL Program office
➢    Responsible for the dissemination of donors’ rules and regulation to the to the staff in charge of
FSL Program projects
  
 Internal control
➢    Supervision and review of the implementation of administrative and financial procedures of NFDHR
➢    Contribution to the development of internal control
➢    Focal point for internal and external audits
➢    Responsible for the implementation of audit recommendation.
 
Support  of the  governance  of  the  office-country
➢    Ensure that the principles of gender equality, diversity, transparency, and accountability and NFDHR values are implemented in each domain under his/her supervision.
➢    Provide and contribute to policy setting, guidelines and decision making for the FSL Program Office working in close collaboration with the Deputy Executive  Director and other senior staff.
 
 
How to Apply
 
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=137
Deadline. 11-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
FSL Finance and Operations Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

 
Location: based in the Sana’ Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Deputy Executive Director
Published Date: 25 august, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).
Job Description:
 
1. General objective of mission
Under the supervision of the Deputy Executive Director and with a functional link to the Finance Manager, Operations Manager of NFDHR, he/she supervises the Finance, Operations and Human Resources in FSL Program.
 
2. Functions in order of priority
Finance, Operations, HR, Accountancy and Treasury for FSL Program
 
Finance
Provides overall management of the FSL Finance Department to ensure that optimum financial support is provided to FSL Office projects within established NFDHR financial policies and principles and within the standards set by the Country Office.
 
1.    Provides advice to the Deputy Executive Director on financial matters, particularly the monthly review of the balance sheet and regular budget forecasting and projections.
2.    Minimizes financial risk specifically in the areas of cash management and treasury (foreign exchange).
3.    Advise the Project managers with donor contracts. Provides advice & provides expertise at the
project/program budget proposal development and final submission stage.
4.    Reviews and monitors the FSL Offices financial systems (QuickBooks), Policies, Procedures and initiates development or correction as required.
5.    Closely monitors Banking and Governmental Policies in Country, Regulations, Donors Requirements and Regulations and provides advice on payment issues.
6.    Liaises with all Programs, to ensure that the contract liabilities are collected in a timely manner and that project expenditures are in line with the contract budgets.
7.    Review and advice about FSL Office statements, staff payroll, financial reports, adjusting journal entries, cash receipts and signs cheques and bank letters in collaboration with the Finance Manager and under the levels of authority delegated by NFDHR.
8.    Supervises the preparation and submission of the FSL Program budgets by line managers and finance staff, to ensure that budgets reflect Country Office needs and NFDHR budgetary requirements in collaboration with the Finance and Operations staff.
9.    Provides information, guidance, addresses issues, and ensures there is an understanding of FSL Program finance requirements and standards along with contractual requirements from different donors.
10.  Heads strategy and direction for the FSL Program in regards all finance matters. Review overall finance plans for budgets, staffing, and procurement and advice about the final decisions/recommendations on policy-level financial matters and provides an over view to the department on forex transactions as per delegated by NFDHR..
11.  Audits the accounting practices of the FSL Program finance staff through the authorization of various documents and financial instruments, and takes corrective action as necessary.
12.  Directly supervises the FSL Finance Team, and provides general team leadership for the Finance department.
13.  Preform any other tasks as requested by the Deputy Executive Director or Executive Director
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Human Resources
➢    Supervising of the FSL Program payroll management
➢    Responsible for the compliance to Tax, Social and Legal Regulations
➢     Overall responsibility for the operational management of human resources and timely recruitment, competitive remuneration, and development and implementation of the human resource strategy for FSL Program
➢    FSL Staff capacity building and development
 
Logistics and Security
➢    Supervising of the operational support to programs (procurement, fleet, equipment, office premises,
Information systems) in FSL Program office
➢    In charge of the update and the compliance to security and health measures for NFDHR Offices.
➢    Responsible for compliance with Donors’ rules on Purchases and Procurement
 
General  administration
➢    In charge of the link with tax, social and any other administrative body in charge of regulations
applicable to the country office
 
 Donors’ relations
➢    In charge of administrative and financial relations with the different donors funding the FSL Program office
➢    Responsible for the dissemination of donors’ rules and regulation to the to the staff in charge of
FSL Program projects
 
 Internal control
➢    Supervision and review of the implementation of administrative and financial procedures of NFDHR
➢    Contribution to the development of internal control
➢    Focal point for internal and external audits
➢    Responsible for the implementation of audit recommendation.
 
Support  of the  governance  of  the  office-country
➢    Ensure that the principles of gender equality, diversity, transparency, and accountability and NFDHR values are implemented in each domain under his/her supervision.
➢     Provide and contribute to policy setting, guidelines and decision making for the FSL Program Office working in close collaboration with the Deputy Executive  Director and other senior staff.
 
 
How to Apply
 
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=136
Deadline. 03-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Senior Finance Officer
Deadline: Saturday, 07 September, 2019

Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Finance Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.

Finance Officer Job Description

The Finance Officer will take charge of NFDHR’s financial health by administering accounting operations to meet legal requirements. He/she will prepare audits, invoices and budgets, as well as manage accounting activities, including bank reconciliations, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Ultimately, he/she will be responsible for the day-to-day management of NFDHR’s financial transactions and procedures. The Finance Officer will report directly to the Finance Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Maintain complete books of accounts, as per NFDHR Finance Manual.
  • Check all payment claims to ensure compliance with: NFDHR policies and procedures, valid scheme of delegation, NFDHR donor compliance requirements, in-country laws and any other official regulatory authority.
  • Ensure that all payments are properly coded to record against active awards and to complete authorization of respective budget holders as per NFDHR Scheme of Delegation.
  • Ensure that all program implementation activities that require direct or indirect disbursement of hard cash to suppliers, contractors, and beneficiaries are safe-guarded by segregation of duty.
  • Ensure appropriate segregation of duties for each and every financial management task
  • Maintain assets and liabilities monthly schedules and reconciliations with Financial Management system (FMS).
  • Ensure that daily financial matters are handled in a systematic, accurate and transparent manner.
  • Signal Finance Manager of any financial risks / fraud activities.
  • Ensure that positions reporting to you fully comply with NFDHR policies and procedures and arrange trainings around financial management.
  • Oversee the professional direction / delegation / supervision / accountability of reporting staff as per their job descriptions or any official documentation.
  •  Follow-up and confirmation of the date of eligibility of grants and demands
  •  Liquidation of the financial payment sent by the first grantor Powell and according to the dates specified by the grantor
  •  Preparing and processing salaries according to the date of maturity without delay and according to the regulations of the Foundation
  •  Ensure the tax benefits of all transactions
  •  Prepare and prepare the financial spending plan for the project period based on the logistics plan and follow up continuously and the extent of implementation and submit a monthly report
  •  Complete and insert all the documents in the system monthly first Powell without delay and issue a report
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Assist FC to strengthen internal controls and the environment around it.
  • Ensure preparation of employees’ monthly salary cost allocations in close coordination with Human Resource (HR).
  • Assist FC in tracing all account balance sheets on a monthly basis and at the end of each award.
  • Monitor cash and bank flows on a daily-basis and maintain close coordination with financial institutions to ensure smooth transactions, while safeguarding NFDHR’s cash from assessed / known risks.
  • If, for unforeseen reasons, institutional banking system services are not available, arrange an alternative arrangement with consent from a respective Field Manager or Finance Director.
  • Assist the Field and Country Office Finance teams during internal/ external audits, donor specific audits, and authorized third-party reviews of financial records.
  • Closely work with Field Office Awards Coordinator to fully understand financial and compliance aspects of donor funded portfolios and use Award Management System (AMS) to understand donor financial compliance requirements.
  • Maintain working relationship with NFDHR partners and support Field and Country Offices to ensure smooth financial implementation of projects through partners.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Actively participate in Budgetary review meetings.
  • Submit all Internal and external financial reports in a timely manner.
  • Prepare/review Bank and cash GLACOS, and financial data entry on a daily-basis.
  • Follow-up prepayments (like rent, Internet service, etc.) and manage schedule on FMS monthly.
  • Ensure that monthly bank reconciliations for all accounts are prepared on a regularly basis.
  • Review official e-mails on a daily-basis, respond to queries from suppliers and colleagues in a timely and appropriate manner, and ensure any problematic issues are raised with the line manager at the earliest opportunity.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
The role of the Finance Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Finance Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the monitoring and evaluation and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting
  • Minimum 2 years working experience as a Finance Officer or similar role in a humanitarian/development context
  • Solid knowledge of financial and accounting procedures
  • Experience using financial software and advances MS Excel skills
  • Knowledge of financial regulations
  • Excellent analytical and numerical skills
  • Sharp time-management sills
  • Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential data
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
 
Desirable:
  • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tactic and diplomacy
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=135
Deadline. 07/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in Sana’a Office, with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: MEAL Coordinator
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT). 
 
MEAL Officer Job Description
Under the supervision of the Program Quality/ MEAL Consultant, the M&E Officer will make sure to maintain an effective monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning system of NFDHR projects. The tasks will include routine monitoring of activities, providing monitoring reports, conducting field visits to ensure compliance with established standard and requirements. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Monitoring and Data Management:
  • Working Program Quality/ MEAL Consultant to establish a mechanism for data collection tools (quantitative and qualitative) and reporting to ensure all monitoring requirements are met, including field monitoring.
  • Organize, design, plan and carry out the collection, verification, evaluation, analysis, compilation and dissemination of FSL project data.
  • Conducting data quality assessments on key activities and developing analytical reports
  • Conduct regular field visits to track progress against indicators and put in place systems for routing data quality checks and revisions
  • Work closely with FSL Program Manager and FSL projct staff to ensure data on project deliverables and achievements against the log-frame is as accurate and up to date as possible, and managed according to agreed processes and standards
  • Collaborate with field office staff and implementing partners on qualitative monitoring to provide relevant information for ongoing evaluation of project activities
Assessment, Surveys, and Learning:
  • Regularly conduct/analyse/report , one-site monitoring, Food  Basket/Food Voucher Monitoring, End-use Monitoring (Household & Community Level), Post Distribution Monitoring and KAP surveys
  • Guide the regular sharing of the outputs of MEAL findings with FSL project staff, implementing partners, and primary stakeholders
  • Support the dissemination of quality data for decision making and feedback via regular information sharing with stakeholders and beneficiaries, and through publication of key project successes.
  • Compiling and analysing collected data in order to identify lessons learned and any gaps or problems; sharing results in project reflection meetings and reporting any concerns to the appropriate program.
Accountability:
  • Identification and formulation of lessons learned from evaluations and studies to be integrates into the final report
  • Participate in FSL and Program Quality Unit regular meeting and annual project reviews and planning workshops and prepare relevant reports;
  • Management of the feedback and complaint mechanism in the project
  • Responsible for managing the hotline unit in the project
  • In coordination with the FSL Program Manager and Program Quality/ MEAL Consultant, implement the Accountability Mechanism, including preparations of tools for feedback and complaint collecting and recording
Capacity Building:
  • Conduct capacity assessment of NFDHR-FSL project staffs in monitoring and evaluation
  • Organize and conduct of results-oriented monitoring and evaluation trainings (including quantitative and qualitative data collection methods) for NFDHR-FSL project staff
  • Build the capacity of FSL MEAL project staffs on different aspects on MEAL including database management and impact assessment.
 
The role of the M&E Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the M&E Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the monitoring and evaluation and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • At least bachelor’s degree in statistics, agricultural statistic, FSL or another relevant field
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge
  •  
  • Minimum of 4-3 years’ experience in MEAL related role in an NGO environment, preferably in a FSL, agricultural, and humanitarian context
  • Strong experience in information management systems
  • Experience of, and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability to affected populations
Skills and Abilities:
  • Demonstrated skills in supporting MEAL systems
  • Demonstrated strong monitoring and evaluation skills, including planning/participating in evaluations
  • Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands-on implementation capacity
  • Ability to write clear and well-argued assessment and project reports
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
 
Desirable:
  • Solid conceptual understanding about different components of MEAL
  • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tactic and diplomacy
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=134
Deadline. 10/09/ 2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Liaison Officer
Deadline: Saturday, 07 September, 2019

Location: based in Sana’a Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: Project Technical Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2109
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
Liaison officer Job Discerption
A liaison officer is a person that liaises between NFDHR and stakeholders to communicate and coordinate project activates by serving as an official go-between for senior officials of both NFDHR and stakeholders. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Act under the authority of the Project Technical Manager to coordinate and control any related standards activities in the FSL project.
  • Facilitate communication between NFDHR and stakeholders.
  • Provide advice to the stakeholders on NFDHR purposes, principles, and projects.
  • The liaison officer is expected to have an up-to-date knowledge of NFDHR and NFDHR project including project leadership and the stages of the FSL project.
  • The liaison officer is also expected to be active in the liaison stakeholders and attends their key meeting.
  • Responsible for coherent NFDHR response on FSL program project pertaining to NFDHR standardization efforts in the liaison with stakeholders.
  • Support strategic partnership by providing top quality technical assistance to project planning, coordination, monitoring and reporting in any collaboration.
  • Support field staff to coordinate with all stakeholders
  • Help field staff to resolve issues raised from the field  with stakeholders
  • Represent NFDHR in any formal meeting called forth by the stakeholders with the aim of providing a clear and coherent NFDHR message to the liaison stakeholders.
The role of the Liaison Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Liaison Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • University degree in related subject.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
  • At least 2 years’ experience working in liaison and coordinating emergency FSL projects.
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills (written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to analytical, problem solving and organization skills according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the community and deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Knowledge of the context
Desirable:
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=132
Deadline. 07-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Senior Logistics Officer
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Operation Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Logistics Officer Job Description

The Logistic Officer is responsible for coordinating, consolidating, and ensuring smooth implementation of and adherence to logistic and security procedures and provides logistical support to NFDHR’s 7 core programs. She/he is also in charge of building the capacity of local logistics support team members. The Logistics Officer reports directly to the project manager  . This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Prepare procurement procedures in accordance with the rules, regulations and manuals adopted in coordination with the program  .
  • Prepare various procedures around project implementation within NFDHR’s Procurement Policies, including direct or urgent purchases
  • Prepare Technical Request for Proposals (RFPs) , all Tender documents and sharing in tender analysis  in coordination with the project manager, Program Manager and operations manager  .
  • Prepare the logistic plan for projects and follow-up and update it by monthly
  • Record purchases within NFDHR’s procurement documents in order to prove materials purchased are classified and entered in the financial system
  • Follow-up and monitor purchased materials to ensure proper procurement and distribution to warehouses in accordance with invoices, specifications  and purchase contracts
  • Document, control and execute receipt of invoices received from suppliers.
  • Match supplier invoices with warehouse’s purchase orders and receipt of supplies, issued by administration, and indicate supply’s safety.
  • Match the total balance of the inventory control record with the balance in the system.
  • Keep inventory of suppliers' debts whose period has expired with periodic reports.
  • Create a file for each resource needed/ordered, containing all correspondence and agreements between NFDHR and the supplier. Make sure all files are consistently labelled, indexed and organized to facilitate accessing and referencing it.
  • Preparation and ending  all documents related to the project first, without delay, and prepare a monthly report.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Assist the Operations Manager in preparing the procurement plan of NFDHR and its related projects.
  • Participate in the Inventory Committee periodically, and, at the end of the year, in coordination with the Warehouse Manager, match the inventory results with inventory control records and search for discrepancies (if any) and report them.
  • Coordinate with the Warehouse Manager to identify stock gaps and ordering needs to ensure supplies are fully stocked for corresponding projects.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Review the invoices received from suppliers and match them with suppliers' contracts, identify any discrepancies, if any, and follow them up.
  • Follow-up late invoices with suppliers.
  • Report on non-moving, slow-moving, obsolete and stagnant items.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
The role of the Logistics Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Logistics Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s logistical support functions and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, , Logistics or something similar.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in Logistics in a humanitarian/development context
  • Substantial knowledge of standard logistics procedures and practices
  • Basic knowledge of financial and HR procedures.
  • Familiarity working with procurement software.
  • Good level of technical skills in mechanics/IT/Communications/construction or other desired
  • Experience with field level coordination with other stakeholders UN, INGOs, LNGOs and government.
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=131
Deadline. 03/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Senior HR Officer
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in the Sana’a Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: HR Manager
Published Date: 25 august, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

HR Officer Job Description

The HR Officer is responsible for hiring, developing, and looking after NFDHR’s employees. He/she is often also involved in training and monitoring performance. inThe HR Officer reports directly to the HR Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support:
  • Assist in the preparation of human resource policies and mechanisms.
  • Plan and organize all contracting activities and services.
  • Prepare NFDHR’s human resource needs plan, which includes projecting the numbers of human resources, their specifications, qualifications, specialties, type, age, etc.
  • Prepare and follow-up job announcement required by NFDHR and advertised these announcements in local and foreign newspapers, or websites according to the type of job and the conditions specified by the job description card.
  • Check and review employment contract drafts in coordination with NFDHR’s Contracting Officer
  • Prepare an introduction letter, with the approval of NFDHR’s Director, to new employees specifying their offer of employment, start date and salary.
  • Implement the procedures for termination and/or evacuation of employees, when necessary.
  • Compile, screen and process all applications submitted to NFDHR for advertised positions
  • Distribute cell phones to employees for work use in the office or field, collect them when employees go on vacation or terminate their contract with NFDHR, and provide data around cell-phone use to management on a continuous basis.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Implement all administrative and financial decisions issued by the Chief Executive Officer.
  • Supervise employee attendance and follow-up on excessive employee absences, reporting any abnormal conduct to NFDHR leadership.
  • Prepare and input employee data into NFDHR’s files both manually and systematically
  • Create and update employees’ files containing the following contents:
    • Employee origin of contract, edited and approved between NFDHR and the contractor.
    • Copy of the employee’s job description.
    • A copy of the employee’s certificates and academic qualifications
    • Copy of ID / family ID / passport.
    • A copy of the employee’s bank information for payment purposes
 
The role of the HR Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the HR Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s human resources and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree in human resources management, public or business administration, or something similar
  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in human resources management services or positions involving HR management in the field of humanitarian response or development
  • Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=130
Deadline. 03-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
FSL Technical Project Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in the Sana’a Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: FSL Program Managers
Published date: 25/08/2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
Project Technical Manager Job Description
The Project Technical Manager is responsible for providing technical support to FSL Program Manager to manage the FSL project implementation.  He/she is responsible for management of project activities technically. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Key responsibilities:
  • Provide a technical support to the FSL Program Manager to manage the project.
  • Coordinate with the concerned all stakeholders; WFP, NAMCHA, authorities, local governorate authorities, directorates, NGOs in the ground and beneficiaries in targeted area during all project stages to ensure the accountability, protection mainstreams, transparency, and mitigating the risks.
  • Develop the project action plan and assist in develop M&E, logistic and spending plans in coordination with related project staff
  • Oversee the implementation of food security and livelihood (FSL) project activities,.
  • Ensure project implementation is according to the required standards/specifications of WFP and NFDHR and corresponding timetable of the project.
  • Oversee the development of field staff trainings.
  • Supervise the maintenance, development, and archiving of distribution plan, reports, databases , records, and technical documents.
  • Oversee the updating and tracking the project activities and plans in the NFDHR system- portal360, project management system,  and WFP HTS system
  • Support and coordinate with MEAL staff or related staff to conduct FSL situational analyses, baseline, PDM, and endline surveys, assessments, or studies.
  • Supervise, plan, organize, and monitor all FSL activities carried out by the field coordinator/ officers.
  • Supervise and submit periodic studies, reports, data of beneficiaries, result of registration and verification of beneficiaries to FSL Program and WFP.
  • Prepare evidence-based FSL awareness IEC materials and get them approved by relevant authorities.
  • Responsible for identify and managing the distribution centres with field coordinators, local authorities and community committees.
  • Supervise distribution of unconditional food/cash/voucher transfers of beneficiaries at distribution centres in the targeted area.
  • Supervise with coordinators, field staff, and authorities to conduct the targeting and registration exercises
  • Develop FSL project under the supervision of FSL Program Manager and donor organizations.
  • Responsible  on and oversee project monitoring and evaluation, ensuring the achievement of project indicators and best results and expending provided with evidences (means of verification) at all stages of implementation  
  • Evaluate staff performance and make recommendations.
  • Represent NFDHR in several meetings and events related to project, prepare and present minutes from these meetings to the FSL Program Manager.
  • Prepare project reports of NFDHR and donors in coordination with the M&E Officer for FSL Program Manager.
 
The role of the Project Technical Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Project Technical Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s food security and livelihood project and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
Essential
  • Hold at least University degree in  Agriculture, FSL specialization, or a related subject,
  • At least 4 years’ experience working in food security, agriculture or livelihoods projects.
  • Experience with project management cycle, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=129
Deadline. 03-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: MEAL Officer
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).
 
M&E Assistant Job Description
The main job of M&E Assistant is to provide a technical support to the M&E Officer and conduct the MEAL project activities in the field level. The tasks will include routine monitoring of activities, providing monitoring reports, conducting field visits to ensure compliance with established standard and requirements. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Key responsibilities:
  1. Develop a comprehensive plan to follow up project activities, indicators, information gathering and other tasks related to the measurement of project outputs and outcomes
  2. Use the official tools to follow up and evaluate the implementation of the project activities, tracking the indicators of the project.
  3. Support M&E section in coordination process to establish programme level M&E systems Periodic field visits to follow up the progress of work and related project activities.
  4. Contribute to the project data collection, entry and management system through monitoring and reviewing data and system
  5. Perform data collection methodology and apply M&E tools in actual data collection, as needed
  6. Implement compliant procedures as NFDHR Policies and beneficiaries reaction and ensure that reply to all beneficiaries’ requirement and complaints on time during the project.
  7. Register, documentation learning lesson, evaluation and participate them with Project team.
  8. Support data management and development of clear information flow between programme and M&E staff, as needed
  9. Report monitoring data in a timely manner to the M&E officer
  10. Participate in survey, register, verification for project.
 
The role of the Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the M&E program and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.  
 
Qualifications
 
  • University degree or minimum of Secondary and prior experience with monitoring and evaluation is required
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
Experience:
  • At least 1-2 years’ experience working with an NGO, preferably in an emergency or conflict setting, including M&E capacity
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
 
Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to work in remote areas
  • Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
  • Knowledge of M&E related field-work such as surveys, sampling and data collection methodologies
Desirable:
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
 
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=128
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Media & Documentation Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in the field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Media Officer
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
Media & Documentation Assistant job description:
The main responsible of Media & Documentation Assistant is to support the Media Officer to manage and document all project media coverage of the project. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, 70% of the time in the field, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Key responsibilities:
  • Providing administrative and clerical support to the media officer of the project and su-office
  • Document all project activities “GFD and CVTN distribution activities”
  • Design narrative reports, letters banners, brochures, booklets and other paperwork;
  • Scheduling the information delivery (SMS – System)
  • Write and documents case studies and success stories
  • Documents meetings and workshops activities
  • Coordinate with field staff to conduct the media coverage and activities.
 
The role of the Media & Documentation Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Media & Documentation Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • University degree in Media or a related subject.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
  • At least 1 years’ experience working in Media, press, and social media of FSL projects.
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Excellent written reports, articles, stories, studies.. etc and excellent oral  skills
  • Photography and design skills .
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to analytical, problem solving and organization skills according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the beneficiaries, community and deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Knowledge of the context
Desirable:
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=127
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Logistic assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in the Sana’ Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Logistic Officer
Published Date: 25 august, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.

Logistic Assistant Job Description

The Logistics Assistant is responsible for ensuring quality in all procurement activities across the organization programmed.  Where appropriate, he/she needs to provide support to field teams through assessment, coaching and accompaniment. 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Procurement:
  • Organize logistics processes, including communications and transport, as well as the related administrative procedures, for the organization operations in line with the organization policies and procedures.
  • Implement and monitor logistics systems, in accordance with the organization policies and procedures.
  •  Establish and maintain good contacts with service providers, vehicle rental service providers, vehicle maintenance garages, suppliers of spare parts, fuel suppliers, government offices, and others with regards to logistical matters.
  • Reports monthly on nutrition food commodities stocks, all vehicle, communications, incident reports, and related logistics activities to the line manager and/or the overview manager.
  • Assist the line manager with logistics advice.
  •  Review and ensure completeness of all requisitions and communicates with programmer team for validation and inclusion.
  • Communicate with budget holders and requesters on approvals and clarifications on their Request Orders.
  • Convert Supply Plans into Procurement Schedules.
  • Consolidate and combines procurement schedules.
  • Prepare Bid Analyses.
  • Communicates with suppliers on clarifications needed.
  • Review all purchase orders, invoices for accuracy and completeness before forwarding for approval by respective budget holders.
  • Ensure that records/files of all purchases are documented with relevant information
  • Ensure that order tracking and purchase database are maintained and communicated on a weekly basis.
  • Maintain suppliers and supplies database which are up to date and appropriate to the organization policies and procedures
  • Maintain supplier performance database.
  • Ensure that purchases are properly received and goods receiving made out and relevant data of each activity is updated.
  • Prepare requests for quotations to potential suppliers and ensure compliance to the organization Procurement Policies.
  • Coordinate purchase order/contract close out procedures when purchase orders/contracts are completed and payment done.
  • Coordinate all reporting and information dissemination and ensure respective staff maintain proper maintain filing system on purchases.
  • Make presentations to the Tender Committee on all major purchases requiring Tendering before award of contract.
  • Endorse all procurement decisions and forward the same for approval to facilitate procurement activities within the organization.
  • Act as the focal point for all purchases to ensure compliance to procurement and related policies.
  • Provide procurement assistance to requesters, organization users, programme team, support team and field offices.
  • Engage in partnership logistics assessments.
  • Participate in the process of supplier qualification.
  • Closely follow-up liaison and clearing officer on the clearing and delivery of imported goods to the respective requester.
  • Provide weekly and monthly purchase report to the line manager and relevant programmer managers.
  • Manage/Supervise the operating of the computerized Purchasing System to ensure security/access to beat internal fraud etc.
  • Address all inquiries related to procurement and ensure that relevant correspondence is processed/filed accordingly.
Transport Management
  • Engage with line manager and procurement team on procurement of vehicle spare parts and fuel based on authorized requisitions, in line with the organization procedures.
  • Prepare and implement supply plan for all vehicles (includes spare parts, fuel, regular servicing, maintenance, insurance, annual road worthiness inspection, etc.)
  • To liaise closely with line manager, as well as field based logistics team, on local procurement of the above mentioned vehicle expenses.
  • To keep clean and accurate records of vehicle history (which includes, but not limited to fuel consumption records, maintenance history, regular servicing schedules and history, oil and lubricants, spare part usage, etc.)
  • Maintain contacts and good relationship with suppliers and local repair/maintenance shops, and to conduct comparisons (price, quality of service etc.) among them, in order to get the best deals.
  • Closely monitors the performance of vehicles across the organization and communicates gaps with line manager, overview manager and field logicians.
  • Refuels vehicles on a weekly and monthly basis.
  • Monitors the proper use of log books by drivers and authorized drivers on a weekly basis, and provides feedback to line manager and drivers.
  • Prepares a cut-off date for each vehicle log book on a monthly basis, and detaches log books for review, compilation of the monthly vehicle report and safe documentation. 
  • Compiles vehicle and generator running costs.
  • Supervises and plans vehicle allocation in order to optimally serve the needs of the country program.
  • Prepares/processes supplier payments, which include but are not limited to taxi payments, rented vehicle payments, spare part procurement payments, insurance payments, vehicle maintenance payments and the like, in a timely, well-organized and effective manner.     
Distribution:
  • Provides support in the dispatching and distribution of items to field offices or in town.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A Degree in procurement and purchasing or relevant qualification
  • In-depth experience in procurement and purchasing
  • Experience in storing of food commodities  
  • Good knowledge of purchasing systems
  • Knowledge of Donor funding regulations
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Excellent skills in purchasing techniques within the context of this position
  • Good computer skills: Excel, Word, the purchasing system
  • Attention to details
  • Ability to plan with good organizational skills, multi-task including prioritization and ability to work under pressure
  • Initiative and ability to follow up on issues
  • Good reporting and communication skills
  • Excellent skills in monitoring implementation of program activities.
  • Ability and willingness to travel regularly to field sites
  • experience in working with NGOs is preferred
  • Ability to work well in unstable and frequently changing security environments
  • Punctuality and respect for applicable rules and procedures
  • Independence, i.e. conducting tasks with minimal supervision, and stress resilience
  • Self-motivation, goal/result-orientation and team work
  • Flexibility, tolerance and maturity.
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
                                                                                                                                                

How to Apply

:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=126
Deadline. 03/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
IT assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in the field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: IT & Data Management Officer
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
IT Assistant Job Description
IT assistant is mainly responsible for support the IT & Data Management Officer. He/she will responsible to manage and maintain all main devices and network, systems, programs in the field office. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks:
  • Provide technical support to the IT & Data Management officer,
  • Directly supervise the technical use of all equipment and tools related to electronic communication and the work of servers in the field office.
  • Supervise the maintenance and protection of electronic devices and their data in the field office.
  • Supervise the main devices and networks as well as the installation and management of necessary programs.
  • Participate in the identification, evaluation and selection of systems and supplies for processing the network, the server and various computers.
  • Monitor the security of network access and other operational systems and their uses in coordination with the users concerned.
  • Provide technical support for all applications related to the automation of office work and its operational requirements.
  • Provide, develop and maintain operation of all electronic devices, equipment and operating systems for database of beneficiaries, staff, and activities as well as users within the organization and project.
  • Ensure the safety of IT equipment and the security of information on a continuous basis and develop alternative precautions in case of any emergency.
  • Carry out regular and continuous maintenance and follow-up of the field office and laptop computers and operating systems to ensure their readiness, performance, and needs
  • Train NFDHR staff on the use of electronic devices and software systems the field office.  
  • Submit periodic, mid-term and annual reports to the direct supervisor of the achievements of the work on information technology and any difficulties encountered.
  • Assist the Media and Advocacy Officer to update the Foundation's website and social networking pages.
 
The role of the IT Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the IT Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s IT needs and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
Qualifications
  • University/diploma degree in IT or related degree.
Experience:
  • Experience in develop and manage software, application, database
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to work in remote areas
Desirable:
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=125
Deadline. 10-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
IT & Data Management Officer
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in the Sana’a Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Project Technical Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
IT & Data Management Officer Job Description
This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
Technical Support and Management:
  • Supervise and manage NFDHR’s website, project data and social networking pages, in addition to emails related to employees.
  • Directly supervise the technical use of all equipment and tools related to electronic communication and the work of servers.
  • Supervise the maintenance and protection of electronic devices and their data.
  • Supervise the main devices and networks as well as the installation and management of necessary programs.
  • Participate in the identification, evaluation and selection of systems and supplies for processing the network, the server and various computers.
  • Participate in the preparation of plans for activities related to NFDHR’s work and plans to develop IT maintenance activity and networks.
  • Design and continuously update the network and server and ensure its readiness to serve NFDHR’s actual needs.
  • Provide technical support for all activities related to the installation, examination and operation of operating systems and network equipment.
  • Ensure the efficiency and readiness of technical and operational databases and systems and devices for the work of NFDHR’s office, project, program and units.
  • Design, check and update the work of the main network and intranet, and all the various computer and technical equipment and support systems used.
  • Monitor the security of network access and other operational systems and their uses in coordination with the users concerned.
  • Continuously monitor the IT needs of departments, programs and projects.
  • Provide technical support for all applications related to the automation of office work and its operational requirements.
  • Provide, develop and maintain operation of all electronic devices, equipment and operating systems for database of beneficiaries, staff, and activities as well as users within the organization and project.
  • Provide technical support in electronically linking programs among all the subsidiary software systems in the organization.
  • Ensure the safety of IT equipment and the security of information on a continuous basis and the develop alternative precautions in case of any emergency.
  • Carry out regular and continuous maintenance and follow-up of the office and laptop computers and operating systems to ensure their readiness and performance
  • Train NFDHR staff on the use of electronic devices in each of NFDHR’s departments
  • Ensure technical organization around entering and using the network, including information regarding NFDHR’s various departments.
  • Propose mechanisms for the continuous development and modernization of the office and field equipment.
  • Define the framework and areas for maintenance and develop appropriate programs for implementation.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Supervision and follow-up on NFDHR printers and ink.
  • Periodically maintain and safely store employee
  • Submit periodic, mid-term and annual reports to the direct supervisor of the achievements of the work on information technology and any difficulties encountered.
  • Assist the Media and Advocacy Officer to update the Foundation's website and social networking pages.
 
The role of the IT & Data Management Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the IT & Data Management Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s IT needs and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • At least University degree in IT or related degree.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
Experience:
  • At least 3 years’ experience working Experience in develop and manage software, application, database .. etc .
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Design skills .
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
Desirable:
  • Knowledge of the context
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=124
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
HR Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: HR Manager
Published Date; 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

HR Assistant Job Description

The HR Assistant is responsible for supporting human resources processes by conducting orientation, scheduling appointments, filing paperwork, and maintaining records and NFDHR information. The HR Assistant reports to the HR Officer and HR Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

  • Draft official correspondence and keep records of incoming mail.
  • Update and maintain all staff records and individual files including contracts, leaves, appraisals and more.
  • Provide HR administrative support, including but not limited to: preparing advertisements, receiving and filling job applications, inviting candidates for interviews, organizing interview venues, issuing new staff identity cards and orienting new staff during the recruitment processes
  • Conduct initial orientation to newly hired employees;
  • Monitor staff attendance and ensure that all staff timesheets are submitted and filed on time;
  • Assist in preparing the payroll by compiling and reviewing attendance sheets, overtime requests and salary advance vouchers;
  • Assist in preparing food allowance and per-diem sheets;
  • Assist staff in clarifying HR policies, processes, procedures and standard NFDHR practices;
  • Undertake and maintain HR archives in accordance with NFDHR regulations;
  • Assist with day-to0day operations of the HR functions and duties;
  • Monitor and manage stationery storage and usage.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
The role of the HR Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the HR Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s human resources and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.

Qualifications

Essential
  • Education degree 
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience working as a HR Assistant
  • Must be adept at identifying issues and resolving them in a timely manner
  • Must possess strong interpersonal skills
  • Must be able to communicate clearly with employees, members of the HR management team, and in group presentations and meetings
  • Must be able to effectively read and interpret information, present numerical data in a resourceful manner, and skillfully gather and analyze information
  • Must be able to prioritize and work efficiently
  • Must be organized, accurate, thorough, and able to monitor work for quality
  • Must be dependable, able to follow instructions, respond to management direction, and must be able to improve performance through management feedback
  • Should be skilled in MS Office (Word, Excel)
  • Must show a commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • Must be proficient in English and Arabic language (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link :
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=123
Deadline. 03-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Hotline Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

 

Location: based in the Sana’a Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: MEAL Officer
Published Date: 25 August,2109
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .

Hotline Assistant Job Description

Hotline Assistant will provide support for the project activities.The Hotline Assistant will be responsible to answer calls on the NFDHR  hotline in a professional and friendly manner. He/she will be responsible to ensure that all calls are recorded in a systematic way, and that appropriate follow up is provided in a timely manner. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability
Technical advice and guidance:
  • Responsible for answering calls to NFDHR hotline and follows internal procedures to provide information and advice to callers in a friendly, patient manner.
Manage a quality service
  • Keeps up-to-date with services and resources available within NFDHR and WFP to ensure accurate advice is provided to callers.
  • Collaboratively work with other relevant colleagues from the office, to ensure trends reported through the hotline are kept track of, and that emergency cases are forwarded to the respective team at FSL program and M&E unit..
Reporting and recording
  • Maintains accurate and confidential record of calls
  • Provides regular and accurate reporting as required
General
  • Respects data confidentiality of beneficiary data
  • Maintains professional boundaries at all times.
  • Handles calls in a friendly, professional manner, even when under stress
The role of the Hotline assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Hotline assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the monitoring and evaluation and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
Qualifications
  • University degree or minimum of Secondary and prior experience with monitoring and evaluation is required
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
Experience:
  • At least 1-2 years’ experience working with an NGO, preferably in an emergency or conflict setting, including M&E capacity
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
 
Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
  • Knowledge of M&E related field-work such as surveys, sampling and data collection methodologies
Desirable:
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=122
Deadline. 10-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 

 
 
GFD&CVTN Reporting assistant
Deadline: Saturday, 07 September, 2019

Location: based in Sana’a Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: GFD &CVTN Senior Coordinator
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
GFD/CVTN Reporting assistant Job Description
GFD/CVTN assistant is mainly responsible for technical support to GFD/CVTN Senior Officer. He/she will responsible for regular monitoring, collecting data and recording reports related to GFD/CVTN activates. The GFD/CVTN assistant reports directly to the Project Technical Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provide technical support to the GFD/CTVN Senior Officer
  • Support the GFD/CVTN Senior officer to monitor commodities/vouchers movements
  • Support the GFD/CVTN Senior Officer to produce distribution plan
  • Responsible to collect the records of daily delivery commodities.
  • Collect to the daily records and reports of food assistance distribution.
  • Responsible to collect weekly reports and regular delivery, losses, damage and close stock reports
  • Responsible to collect and monthly reports of sub-offices
  • Provide technical support and assistance to field staff regarding to reporting and recodes.
  • Monitor and regular records and reports to the Humanitarian Transit Sites (HTS), project management system, and NFDHR portal.
  • Responsible to archive the reports, records, waybills, or documents related to distribution.
 
The role of the GFD/CVTN assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, GFD/CVTN assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • University degree in related subject.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
  • At least 1 years’ experience working in monitoring, recording and reporting GFD/CVTN activities.
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Knowledge of the context
Desirable:          
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=121
Deadline. 07/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
GFD & CVTN Senior Coordinator
Deadline: Saturday, 07 September, 2019

Location: based in Sana’a Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: Project Technical Manager
Published date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
GFD/CVTN Senior Coordinator Job Description
The Senior Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, technical support/guidance, and adviser for the GVP/CVTN project activates.  He/she coordinates with WFP Offices, NFDHR-sub Offices, and stakeholders to implementation and accomplishment of project activities according to NFDHR and WFP guidelines.  He/she conducts filed visits to support the team and effectively manages and reports on projects in line with the objectives, timeframe. The FSL Project Coordinator reports directly to the Project Technical Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Responsible for coordinating GFD/CVTN project activities, to play the role of adviser for the project implementation and corresponding timetable of the project.
  • Oversee the implementation of GFD/CVTN activities in coordination with other NFDHR-sub Office
  • Filed visits and support the team at the community level to ensure all project activities are implementing based on GFD/CVTN standards.
  • Responsible of reviewing and preparing the reports (gathering, reviewing and do the final drafting) to WFP and FSL Program based on their formats and guidelines after reporting field team under his/her supervision.
  • Coordinating with other units such as logistic, M&E, Media, IT units in the project to ensure the activities are in compliance with donor, NFDHR policies and procedures.
  • Ensure good community involvement in all phases of the project cycle.
  • Establish a good coordination with stakeholders/local authorities in coordination with Liaison Officer and maintain good relations with them and seek their support when needed.
  • Provides encourages beneficiary participation, liaise with other stakeholders in coordination with liaison officer and manages and trains FSL project staff.
  • Assist liaison officer  in coordination with government agencies, NAMCHA and international/national organizations working in the same project areas to avoid duplication and interference and to ensure success and impact
  • Preparing a distribution plan and map for target area.
  • Identify distribution points using appropriate tools and modalities in collaboration with suppliers and local authorities, and target beneficiaries
  • Supervising the work in the registration and verification of beneficiaries exercise,
  • Supervision of distribution of emergency food assistance (vouchers/in-kind) to target beneficiaries funded by WFP in the distribution centres.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews of staff.
  • Supervise the maintenance and archiving of reports, regular records, distribution and commodities movements  documents in coordinating with field staff  
  • Support the MEAL team, services provider (s) or third party to conduct the assessments, field visit, survey, or data and information collection, supply, and distribution for on-going FSL project activities and for the development of future proposal.
  • In coordination with the MEAL Officersassistants, monitor and measure the progress of project activities and taking necessary action accordingly.
  • Prepare regular reports to Project Technical Manager (daily, weekly, monthly report).
  • Evaluate staff performance under his/her supervision and make recommendations
 
The role of the FSL Project Coordinator is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the FSL Project Coordinator is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • Hold at least University degree in Agriculture, FSL specialization, social science, economy or a related subject.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in coordinating, planning, managing and implementing emergency GFD/CVTN projects.
  • 2 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills (written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to analytical, problem solving and organization skills according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the community and deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Ability to stay in the target areas.
  • Knowledge of the context
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=120
Deadline. 07-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
FSL Supervisor
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in Field Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: Field Officer/Field office Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
FSL Supervisor Job Description
The main task of FSL supervisor is to provide a technical support to the Field Officer/Field Office Manager to manage the project activities in the field. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
  • Provide a technical support to the Field Officer/Field Office Manager to manage and supervise the project activities at governorate level.
  • Help the field Offer to monitor and tracking the implementation of project activities in the field level.  
  • Help to document and archive all reports of project activities in hard and soft copy forms and establish   database at field office.
  • Ensure the material and equipment required to implement the activities are provided to conduct the activities effectively and sufficiently.
  • Track and monitor the work of field staff at district level
  • Assist the field officer/field office Manager to collect and issue the regular and required records and reports for the WFP and NFDHR.
  • Assist to monitoring and supervision of distribution centres and food distribution funded by WFP.
  • Collaborate to develop the work, implementation of project activities, and mechanism of distribution at field staff.
  • Responsible for training and scaling up the capacity and ability of field staff.
  • Conduct regular field visit to the targeted districts to follow up and track the activities in the field.
  • Support the Field Office/field office manager to implement field assessments, studies, and registration and verification exercises followed to WFP and NFDHR criteria and mechanisms.
  • Support the field officer/field office manager and related staff to manage the beneficiaries’ database, software system and application of the project, WFP and NFDHR at field level.
 
The role of the FSL Supervisor is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the FSL Supervisor is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
 
Qualifications
•   Hold at least University degree in Agriculture, FSL specialization, or a related subject
•   English Working knowledge / Excellent and Arabic language (speaking, reading, writing)
•   Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
•   2 years’ experience working in the similar position/job
•   1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
•   Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
•   Capable to working independently, with little supervision and be self-motivated
•   Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
•   Ability to work in remote areas
  • Teamwork skills
•   Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR and guidelines of WFP.
Desirable:
•   Good written and oral communication skills
•   Flexible and able to work well under pressure
•   Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
•   Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
•   Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
•   Knowledge of the context
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=119
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
FSL Protection Officer
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in the field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: Project Technical Manager
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).
 
FSL Protection Officer Job description:
The main responsible of FSL Protection Officer is to mitigate risk of gender-based violence and awareness circulation to integrating the gender-based violence interventions in FSL Project activities. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Key responsibilities:
  1. Assist project management to coordinate, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate essential actions for the prevention and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV) across the project activities
  2. Ensure a comprehensive response while working to prevent and mitigate gender-based violence acts as quickly as possible.
  3. Leads and coordinates NFDHR’s FSL Program with the objective of providing timely and effective protection to populations of concern “Beneficiaries”,
  4. Supervising protection interventions within FSL Program.
  5. Develop the annual protection strategy that is solutions-oriented and based on a consultative process with multi-functional teams.
  6. The Protection Officer will also have the ability to forge strong partnerships with government entities, other UN agencies, and NGOs to facilitate the operation’s FSL Protection objectives.
  7. Build and maintain effective relations with communities of concern.
  8. Coordinate with the project staff to conduct FSL Protection activities.
The role of the FSL Protection Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the FSL Protection Officer  is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 
Qualifications
  • University degree in Social Science, Gender, Protection or in a related subject.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  • Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
  • At least 2 years’ experience working in Social Science, Gender, Protectioof FSL projects.
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to analytical, problem solving and organization skills according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the community and deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Knowledge of the context
Desirable:
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=118
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
FSL District Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

Location: based in Field Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: Field Officer
Published Date: 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
FSL District Assistance Job Description
FSL District Assistance is responsible to manage and supervise the project activities at district level. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week 70% in the field, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
•    Coordinate with related authorities/stakeholders to conduct the project activities at the district level.
•    Supervision of implementation of the targeting and registration exercise and assessment according to the mechanism and plan of WFP in the target district.
•    Supervise on distribution of food assistance or other activities in the project funded by WFP at the district level
•    Supervision of training and scale up the field staff capacity to conduct the project activities effectively and efficiently at district level
•    Responsible for implementation of training and awareness session to stakeholders, community committees, beneficiaries on donor  interventions, NFDHR’s roles and  project activities; targeting criteria,  registration & registration exercise, mechanism of distribution assistance funded be WFP.
•    Oversee establishment of distribution centers or activity locations and their team at district level
•    Management of the distribution of food, distribution centers and their team at district level.
•    Responsible for collecting, monitoring and recording, data of vouchers/commodities movement, or other data required by WFP and FSL program  and their submission to field office timely according to their documents cycle. 
•    Represent NFDHR in the meeting, workshop, or other occasions with stakeholders/ authorities / WFP..etc at the target district.
•    Prepare the daily, weekly, monthly, reports required in the project
 
The role of the FSL District Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the FSL District Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
Qualifications
•   Hold at least Secondary certificate
•   Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
•   2 years’ experience working in the similar position/job
•   1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
•   Experience working and coordination with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
•   Capable to working independently, with little supervision and be self-motivated
•   Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
•   Ability to work in remote areas
  • Leadership skills
•   Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR and guidelines of WFP.
Desirable:
•   Good written and oral communication skills
•   Flexible and able to work well under pressure
•   Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
•   Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
•   Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
•   Knowledge of the context
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=117
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Finance Assistant
Deadline: Saturday, 07 September, 2019

 
Location: based in Field Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: GFD/CVTN Senior Coordinator
Published Date: 25 August, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Main Tasks

  1. Assisting the project accountant to verify the Payment Requests with the supporting documents before the final approval.
  2. Checking of invoices and delivery of equipment's, supplies and services properly before proceeding the payments requests.  
  3. Accurate data entry and ensue that expenses are within the project's budget and period.
  4.                 Maintain a filing system and oversee the proper custody of financial documents, vouchers, bank correspondence, etc. Ensure that prior to filing the paid documents are stamped “PAID” Retrieve filed and archived documents when needed for audit or other queries within the set time  frames and assist in preparation of responses to  queries
  5. Prepare cheques/ payment instructions (supported by sufficient authorized documentation), after mandatory signatures and maintain safe custody of the currently used cheque  books.
  6. Invoice staff and third parties for non-official use of NFDHR resources such  as vehicles,  telephones,  flights  and follow  up for payment.
  7. Suggest improvements to existing internal controls in order to safeguard the mission’s financial assets.
  8. Assist the project accountant in reviewing the payment requests from logistics and project management according the project approved budget.
  9. Assist in carrying out analysis on expenditure on any given Project and produce reports as requested.
  10. Carry out any additional tasks given by direct supervisor and project manager
 
Qualifications
Essential
  1. University degree or minimum of  Bachelora and prior experience with monitoring and evaluation is required
  2. At least 1-2 years’ experience working with an NGO, preferably in an emergency or conflict setting, including M&E capacity
  3. English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  4. Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
  5. Knowledge of M&E related field-work such as surveys, sampling and data collection methodologies
  6. Experience with field level coordination with other stakeholders UN, INGOs, NNGOs and government
  7. Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  8. Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
 
Desirable:
  1. Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  2. Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  3. Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  4. Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link :
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=116
Deadline. 07-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
 
Field Officer/Filed Office Manager
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

Location: based in Field Office, with regular visits to targeted districts as needed. 
Reporting to: GFD/CVTN Senior Coordinator
Published Date: 25 August, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  
 
Field Officer Job Description
Field Officer is responsible to manage and supervise the project activities at governorate level. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
•    Coordinate with WFP sub-office, and related authorities/stakeholders to conduct the project activities at the governorate level.
•    Supervision of implementation of the targeting and registration exercise and assessment according to the mechanism and plan of WFP in the governorate.
•    Supervise on distribution of food assistance or other activities in the project funded by WFP at the governorate level
•    Supervision of training and scale up the project staff capacity to conduct the project activities effectively and efficiently at governorate level
•    Responsible for implementation of training and awareness session to stakeholders, community committees, beneficiaries on donor  interventions, NFDHR’s roles and  project activities; targeting criteria,  registration & registration exercise, mechanism of distribution assistance funded be WFP.
•    Plan and manage the activities of project financially and technically at governorate level.
•    Oversee establishment of distribution centers or activity locations and their team at governorate level
•    Management of the distribution of food, distribution centers and their team at governorate level.
•    Responsible for collecting, monitoring and recording, data of vouchers/commodities movement, or other data required by WFP and FSL program  and their submission to WFP sub-office and program  timely according to their documents cycle under supervision of direct supervisor . 
•    Represent NFDHR in the meeting, workshop, or other occasions with stakeholders/authorities/ WFP..etc at the target governorate.
•    Prepare the daily, weekly, monthly, and annually reports required in the project
•    Responsible for the administrative and financial duties in the field office. 
 
The role of the Field Officer/Field Office Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Field Officer/Field Office Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s FSL project activities and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required
 
Qualifications
•   Hold at least University degree
•   English Working knowledge / Excellent and Arabic language (speaking, reading, writing)
•   Computer application and IT knowledge.
Experience:
•   3 years’ experience working in the similar position/job
•   1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
•   Experience working and coordination with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
•   Capable to working independently, with little supervision and be self-motivated
•   Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
•   Ability to work in remote areas
  • Leadership skills
•   Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR and guidelines of WFP.
Desirable:
•   Good written and oral communication skills
•   Flexible and able to work well under pressure
•   Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
•   Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
•   Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
•   Knowledge of the context
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=115
Deadline. 03/9/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
 
 Data Entry
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

 
Location: based in the Field Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: IT & Data Management Officer
Published Date; 25 August,2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
Data Entry Job Description
This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
  1. Contribute on development of relevant data collection tools and monitoring as well as development of data and information storage.
  2. Enter data into appropriate fields; databases, records, and files and database improvement.
  3. Update databases & records with new information on time given by project manager
  4. Transfer & update data from written records, interviews, and paper formats via computer, recorders, or scanners
  5. Handle numerical data accurately
  6. Create and organizing spreadsheets with large numbers
  7. Comply with security backups and regular checks to ensure data is saved and stored properly
  8. Summarizing and compiling data for standardized reports and save it properly as hard and soft copy to be easy to reach when required.
  9. Collect and extract relevant information from the project database on regular basis, ensuring provision of information / Data upon request.
  10. Check the date and comparing the source documents correctly and identifying problems on database and taking appropriate action after discussing with the project manager.
  11. Interpret data, analyze results using statistical techniques and provide ongoing reports
  12. Develop and implement databases, data collection systems, data analytics and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality
  13. Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems
  14. Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data set
  15. Filter and analyze data by reviewing reports and performance indicators to identify and solve code problems.
  16. Ensure that appropriate security measures are taken to prevent unauthorized access to data according to date protection policy and procedures.
 
Qualifications
  • University/diploma degree in IT or related degree.
Experience:
  • Experience in managing database
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently, innovatively and effectively with limited direct supervision
  • Ability to work in remote areas
Desirable:
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=113
Deadline. 10/09/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Cleaner(2)
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 September, 2019

 
Location: based in the Sana’ Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: HR Manager
Published Date: 25 august, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Security Guard Job Description

The Security Guard is responsible for ensuring NFDHR’s premises and staff are kept safe from harm by managing and mitigating any safety or security violations that occur within NFDHR. He/she also guards NFDHR’s materials from sabotage, damage and theft. The Security Guard is essential to the safety and comfort of NFDHR employees, which enables them to work more efficiently and effectively in achieving NFDHR’s vision and mission. The Security Guard reports directly to the Security Officer. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 
Main Tasks
  • Sweeping, vacuuming and mopping floors
  • Clean commercial buildings by emptying trash cans, servicing restrooms and wiping down communal surfaces
  • Tackle heavy cleaning jobs upon request
  • Ensure outside walkways remain clear and free of debris
  • Notify building management of any repairs required
  • Mix and dispose of all cleaning solutions appropriately
 
 
 
 
 
Qualifications
Essential
  • Secondary degree  or training in related position
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience working as a cleaner
  • Ability to handle heavy equipment and machinery used in cleaning
  • Ability to walk, bend, push, pull and lift repetitively during working hours
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals, proper storage and disposal methods
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work as a team
  • Excellent organizational skills a must
  • Self-motivation and the ability to identify and complete needed tasks without direct supervision
 
Desirable:
  • Ability to stay calm under in the face of volatile situations
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link :
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=112
Deadline. 10-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Admin Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, 03 September, 2019

 
Location: based in the Sana’ Office, with frequent visits to targeted Districts
Reporting to: HR Manager
Published Date: 25 august, 2019
Contract Duration: 7 Months , possibility of extension
Contract type: Full time contract
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 
The Emergency Food Assistance project is funded by WFP and designed to improve access of food-insecure households affected by crisis of Yemen in Ibb, Amran, Al badya, Marib, Al Jawf, Hajjah, and Al Hodeidah governorates to life-saving, safe and nutritious food all year. The project targets to distribute  food assistance using two modalities; General Food Distribution- in-Kind (food transfers) modality in 24 districts, and Cash and Vouchers through Traders Network (CV-TN) in 12 districts within vouchers or cash-based transfers (CBT).  .
 
 
 
Admin Assistant Job Description
The Administrative Assistant ensures the smooth and efficient running of the NFDHR office, by undertaking a range of logistic, administrative, organizational and IT-related activities. She/he works with the administration team and collaborates with office service personnel (such as guards or cleaners) in the completion of duties. The Admin Assistant provides office services by implementing administrative systems, procedures, and policies and monitoring administrative tasks. The Admin Assistant to the HR Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
Main Tasks
  • Conduct daily clearance of temporary filing cabinets by relocating and organizing them within the central files
  • Make sure that all forms are always available and updated.
  • Receive and prepare payment orders to be approved and disbursed to suppliers.
  • Place orders and manage payment for office expenses including water, electricity, transportation, stationary, etc.
  • Maintain and update the Property Register list.
  • Keep updated contact details for NFDHR staff, NGO partners, donors, suppliers, government contacts, etc.
  • Organize the administrative activities for meetings, workshops, and trainings
 
The role of the Admin Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Admin Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s administrative tasks and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
Qualifications
  • University degree in administration or equivalent professional experience
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
Experience:
  • At least 1-2 years’ experience working
  • 1 years' experience in a humanitarian sector
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
 
Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels.
  • Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
Desirable:
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=111
Deadline. 03-09-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
 
 
Pharmacist
Deadline: Wednesday, 24 July, 2019

 
 
Location: based in NFDHR ‘Hajja governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Project Manager
Contract Duration: 8 Months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.

 Job Description

The pharmacist will work under the guidance of the Health and Nutrition Program Manager. She/he will be responsible for Management and distribution of medicine to beneficiaries.

Main Tasks

  • Produce daily, weekly and monthly consuming reports.
  • Provide necessary information (dosage, usage, and distribution) about the prescribed drugs to patients/clients.
  • Follow-up the field pharmacists’ performance.
  • Support logistical and financial departments in providing necessary supportive documents in order to facilitate procurement and payments.
  • Prepare and review the drugs & medicines reports.
  • Follow up and keep the project’s medicines in the warehouses from any damage or tamper.
  • Visit and supervise the pharmacists and solve their problems that may occur.
  • Print and process all records, reports and prescriptions and deliver them to the targeted facilities.
  • Prepare the payment requests according to the field needs.
  • Perform any other tasks that may be assigned by the supervisor.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Diploma in Medical assistant.  
  • Minimum three years professional experience with drug management systems
  • INGO experience preferred
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well.
  • Fluency in English preferred.
 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=110
Deadline. 24-07-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
 
 
Hygiene Promotion Assistant
Deadline: Saturday, 06 April, 2019

Location: based in the Hajja Governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reports to: WASH and FSL Program Manager
Start date: April 2019
Contract Duration: 10 Months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.

Hygiene Promotion (HP) Assistant Job Description

Under the guidance of the HP Officer and Project Manager, the HP Assistant will implement all supporting activities related to HP.

Main Tasks

  • Report weekly to the HP Officer regarding the HP activities
  • Communicate with the stakeholders to ensure participation in all HP events 
  • Provide the HP events with all requirements such as awareness materials and stationaries 
  • Document all the HP awareness events
  • Collect and update information for the purpose of feeding the beneficiaries data base
  • Conduct awareness training on HP
  • Support the HP Officer in implementing HP activities
  • Undertake any tasks mandated by the HP Officer and Project Manager
 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in health, management or any other relevant major
  • At least 2 years’ experience in planning and implementing hygiene promotion projects preferably in a humanitarian context with an NGO.
  • Good IT skills (especially Ms. Office)
 
 
 
  • Sharp time-management sills
  • Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential data
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
 
We Offer
  • A gross monthly salary with pay grade E1, according to NFDHR’s salary scale.
  • 22 vacation days per year
  • National Holidays according to Yemeni calendar
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=85
Deadline. 06/04/2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
(FSL Field Assistant (2
Deadline: Saturday, 06 April, 2019

Location: based in the Hajja Governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed.  Reports to: FSL Field Coordinator
Start date: April 2019
Contract Duration: 10 Months
Gender: (1) Male (1) Female
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

FSL Field Assistant Job Description

The FSL Field Assistant typically provides general administrative support to FSL activities under the direction of the FSL Project Coordinator in the field. He/she oversees the FSL activities in collaboration with the FSL Project Coordinator to implement the FSL project activities. He/she helps to prepare the project action plans and reports. The FSL Field Assistant also organizes and maintains FSL project files and databases, helps in monitoring and evaluating the assigned FSL activities in the field, and helps the FSL Project Officer to provide technical support in meeting quality standards in FSL, as well as encourages beneficiary participation, liaises with other stakeholders and manages/trains the distribution and volunteer teams.  This position is full-time in the field and office, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 
Exceptions:
  • To play a key role in setting up and implementing FSL activities related to agriculture and small livestock rearing, working closely with the distribution team.
  • To spend up to 75% of his/ her time in the field (mostly in and around the targeted areas), visiting beneficiary households, working areas, and local authorities etc.
  • To comply with NFDHR policies and practices with respect to protection mainstreaming, code of conduct, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
 
 
 
Main Responsibilities:
To undertake specific tasks on identified projects, under the supervision of a FSL Project Coordinator including:
  • Supervising and implementing the FSL activities in the target communities and geographical areas for the specific target beneficiaries.
  • Overseeing beneficiary identification, registration and verification process to ensure the correct procedures are followed based on guidelines and procedures given by the FSL Project Coordinator and relevant documentation is completed in identified geographical areas.
  • Ensuring basic information on target beneficiaries is collected and recorded and shared with FSL Project Coordinator in a timely manner.
  • Implementing the appropriate action plan for distributing FSL inputs to target beneficiaries, with support from FSL Project Manager and FSL Project Coordinator.
  • Maintaining clear and up to date records of FSL program beneficiaries and activities (beneficiary numbers, locations, contact details, activity progress) including the regular visits to target beneficiaries with other field team members in collaboration with local authorities.
  • Identifying potential problems in the FSL project implementation in the field and discussing suggested solutions with local authorities and/or reporting to the FSL Project Coordinator in a timely manner and taking appropriate action with support from FSL Project Coordinator.
  • Immediately reporting any challenges or activity implementation delays to the FSL Field Officer 
  • Improving learning and providing guidance related to FSL activities for community volunteers and working as a mentor and modified the community participation
  • Preparing a map for target area and identify distribution points using appropriate tools and modalities in collaboration with suppliers and local authorities, and target beneficiaries
  •  Contributing to the monitoring and evaluation of FSL activities by collecting appropriate data from selected beneficiaries, using pre-made questionnaires and/or PRA tools.
  • Acting as a liaison between communities and the NFDHR office; maintain good relationships with beneficiaries and local leaders/authorities; and report any identified issues to the FSL Project Coordinator 
  • Contributing to the identification of suppliers for voucher programs through fair and transparent processes
  • Participating in the distribution of beneficiary and trader ID cards, vouchers, and in-kind items to target beneficiaries.   
  • Helping the MEAL specialist/team in monitoring and evaluating the assigned FSL activities in the field
  • Working collaboratively with the project manager and team to maximize efficiencies and effectiveness
  • Organizing and monitoring schedules for the FSL project activities and team duties and seeing that deadlines are met
  • Collecting data, sorting, filing and sending out project files such as reports on field project activities and field needs for beneficiaries on a regular basis (weekly, monthly) to the FSL Project Coordinator.
  • Coordinating travel needs, schedules and meetings in the field
  • Coordinating with the relevant local authorities and communities in the target area to conduct the identification, registration, and verifications of FSL beneficiaries.
  • Coordinating with the relevant local authorities, suppliers and target beneficiaries to conduct voucher/cash distribution efficiently in the target area.
  • Helping to prepare FSL project reports and data in coordination with FSL Project Coordinator and the M&E Officer to the FSL Program Manager.
 
The role of the FSL Field Assistant is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the FSL Field Assistant is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s food security and livelihood project and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

  • University degree in FSL specialization, social science, economy, engineering or a related subject.
  • Good in written and spoken English and Arabic.
 
Experience:
  • One to two years of experience in a similar field.
  • Technical background in livelihoods and food security particularly voucher/cash transfers.
  • Good knowledge of the General Context of Yemen and in particular food security issues.
  • Experience working with NGOs.
 
Skills and Abilities:
  • Good analytical and planning skills with ability to interpret the situation.
  • Excellent communication and negotiating skills.
  • Good computer skills.
  • Team work skills.
  • Ability to write reports and collect data.
  • Responsibility, cooperation and take initiatives.
  • Sensitive to gender issues and Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) principles.
  • Good understanding of complex emergencies
  • Knowledge of the context in Al Mahwit .
 
Desirable:
  • Excellent reporting and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=84
Deadline. 06-04-2019
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
(Social Worker:(3-females
Deadline: Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Location: based in NFDHR ‘Dhamar and Albayda Governorate  , with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Protection Field Coordinator
The Job title under his supervision: Protection Project Manager
Start date: December 2018
Contract Duration: 7 months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Detect, counsel and follow up individual cases identified during psychosocial activities or referred by other agencies
  • Conduct psychosocial assessment of vulnerable cases, including environmental, emotional, behavioural, and social factors as well as resources and strengths that impact the individual well- being
  • Conduct home visits to assess the living conditions of the cases
  • Refer cases internally for legal assistance, psychological counselling or financial assistance when needed.
  • Ensure coordination with the main service providers in the area of intervention for prompt referral, follow up and information sharing
  • Manage, fill, archive specific forms for cases profiling, referral and weekly reporting ensuring confidentiality, accuracy and timeliness
  • Monitor and follow up the outcome of the material assistance provided by other partner agencies and services providers
  • Be available to provide emergency assistance and basic emotional support for urgent cases
  • Ensure that data protection protocol is respected.
  • Support the Activity Coordinator and the other social workers in organizing awareness sessions
  • Support the Activity Coordinator in links with the Community Based Protection Networks in gathering information and receiving referrals
  • Provide daily updates to the Reporting Officer and Management Supervisor, Activity Coordinator about new cases assessed.
  • File and report in detail on all cases with relevant information about the case, background, case plan, follow up and actions taken
  •  
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Hold an BA in social sciences or related fields
  • At least 1 years of professional experience working in case management related issues.
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Respect the direct manager
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=68
Deadline. 12-12-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
(Psychologist :(3
Deadline: Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Location: based in NFDHR ‘Dhamar and Al-Bayda Governorate, with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Protection Field Coordinator
The Job title under his supervision: Protection Project Manager
Start date: December 2018
Contract Duration: 7 months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Provide Protection services to the client through planning, development and implementation of protection activities in the impact areas in close coordination with the relevant people in the community as outlined in the implementation plan.
  • Identify vulnerable, at-risk; work with different stakeholders to obtain referrals
  • Provide technical support to Ministry of Education staff/schools management for the improvement of utilization of PSS services in target areas.
  • Coordinate with care givers, community leaders, school teachers, school management staff and partners organizations to implement PSS/ child protection/educational activities and work closely with them to improve quality of the project services.
  • Conduct ongoing service mapping and update the service directory accordingly.
  • Implement case referrals to service providers where needs cannot be met by SCI, whereby making sure that confidentiality
  • Train and monitor the social worker to implement protection/educational activities.
  • Provide technical support to other programs when requested by the supervisor.
  • Assist in identification and participate of a baseline for child protection/educational activities.
  • Support the implementation of campaigns/school days.
  • Facilitate implementation of awareness raising sessions with community members on identification and referral of children with protection concerns
  • Provide information to client about referring to the services providers on how to better protect their life, family, children
  • Prepare reports for the project manager and the coordinator  with statistical and narrative information on the progress of the project in the target communities
  • Support SC trained volunteers, teachers and children in the implementation of project activities .
  • Support administrative tasks such as preparing Purchase Requests.
  • Any other duties as required.
 
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Hold an BA in social sciences or related fields
  • At least 2 years of professional experience humanitarian work context and Clinical psychological
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Respect the direct manager
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=67

Deadline. 12-12-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
(Lawyer (3
Deadline: Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Location: based in NFDHR ‘Dhamar and Albayda Governorate  , with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Protection Field Coordinator
The Job title under his supervision: Protection Project Manager
Start date: December 2018
Contract Duration: 7 months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Carry out all the issues related to protection cases
  • Coordinate with court, police station, authorities, civil registry
  • Analyse the probable outcomes of cases, using knowledge of legal precedents.
  • Present the session and summarize cases to judges and juries.
  • Support women advocacy issues
  • Evaluate findings and develop strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.
  • Gather evidence to formulate defence or to initiate legal actions, by such means as interviewing clients and witnesses to ascertain the facts of a case.
  •  Represent clients in court or before government agencies.
  •  Examine legal data to determine advisability of defending or prosecuting lawsuit.
  • Daily following up the cases and all related issues.
  • Contribute in social cohesion for the needed cases 
  • Write report for each case and monthly report.
  • Follow up the documentation activity 
  • Study Constitution, statutes, decisions, regulations, and ordinances of quasi-judicial bodies to determine ramifications for cases
 
 
 
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Hold an BA in social sciences or related fields
  • At least 2 years of professional experience humanitarian work context and Clinical psychological
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Respect the direct manager
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=66

Deadline. 12-12-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
(Gender specialist: (3) (females
Deadline: Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Location: based in NFDHR  ‘Dhamar and Al-Bayda Governorate  , with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
Reporting to: Protection Field Coordinator
The Job title under his supervision: Protection Project Manager
Start date: December 2018
Contract Duration: 7 months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peace building and Governance.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
 
  • Contribute to the implementation of GBV strategies, women’s groups, and other community groups to develop processes and advocate for GBV services and implementation of GBV laws and policies.
  • Work with GBV survivor  to increase awareness about GBV and engage community leaders to work with GBV services and implementation of GBV laws and policies
  • Referral cases to servicer provider
  • Develop and facilitate training on core gender and GBV concepts, including training of social workers, and other stakeholders
  • Contribute to development of tools and indicators for monitoring and evaluation
  • Coordinate the team of the project, to collect data and analysis and dissemination of results
  • Contribute to the conception, development, pre-testing and the production of educational and promotional materials
  • Coordinate with appropriate stakeholders in all aspects of activities planning, monitoring, and implementation
  • Contribute to the development of annual work plans, materials and tools, and writing of reports
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Hold an BA in social sciences or related fields
  • At least 2 years of professional experience humanitarian work context and Clinical psychological
  • Experience with project management cycle, budgets, and donor requirements
  • Previous experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Excellent interpersonal and representative skills(written, oral, cross - cultural)
  • Experience working with governments, UN bodies, INGOs and local NGOs
  • Experience in donor relation
  • Ability to take initiative where appropriate to deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
  • Ability to adapt, change priorities according to the changing situation within a mission or the organization
  • Ability to work within a fluid situation (changes within the team, location of programs, etc.)
  • Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner
  • Ability to deal with relations with local authorities as a representative of NFDHR
  • Ability to manage local staff in a mature and impartial manner
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
Desirable:
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Respect the direct manager
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
How to Apply
:If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/apply.php?career-id=65

Deadline. 12-12-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
NFDHR employee is entitled to apply to this position
Finance Officer
Deadline: Saturday, 15 September, 2018

 
Location: based in NFDHR ‘Al- Byada , with frequent visits to different district as needed. 
The Job title under his supervision: Finance  Manager
Start date: October 2018
Contract Duration: 3 Months
 
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.

Finance Officer Job Description

The Finance Officer will take charge of NFDHR’s financial health by administering accounting operations to meet legal requirements. He/she will prepare audits, invoices and budgets, as well as manage accounting activities, including bank reconciliations, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Ultimately, he/she will be responsible for the day-to-day management of NFDHR’s financial transactions and procedures. The Finance Officer will report directly to the Finance Manager and Health and Nutrition Program Manager. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Maintain complete books of accounts, as per NFDHR Finance Manual.
  • Check all payment claims to ensure compliance with: NFDHR policies and procedures, valid scheme of delegation, NFDHR donor compliance requirements, in-country laws and any other official regulatory authority.
  • Ensure that all payments are properly coded to record against active awards and to complete authorization of respective budget holders as per NFDHR Scheme of Delegation.
  • Ensure that all program implementation activities that require direct or indirect disbursement of hard cash to suppliers, contractors, and beneficiaries are safe-guarded by segregation of duty.
 
  • Ensure appropriate segregation of duties for each and every financial management task
  • Maintain assets and liabilities monthly schedules and reconciliations with Financial Management system (FMS).
  • Ensure that daily financial matters are handled in a systematic, accurate and transparent manner.
  • Signal Finance Manager of any financial risks / fraud activities.
  • Ensure that positions reporting to you fully comply with NFDHR policies and procedures and arrange trainings around financial management.
  • Oversee the professional direction / delegation / supervision / accountability of reporting staff as per their job descriptions or any official documentation.
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Assist FC to strengthen internal controls and the environment around it.
  • Ensure preparation of employees’ monthly salary cost allocations in close coordination with Human Resource (HR).
  • Assist FC in tracing all account balance sheets on a monthly basis and at the end of each award.
  • Monitor cash and bank flows on a daily-basis and maintain close coordination with financial institutions to ensure smooth transactions, while safeguarding NFDHR’s cash from assessed / known risks.
  • If, for unforeseen reasons, institutional banking system services are not available, arrange an alternative arrangement with consent from a respective Field Manager or Finance Director.
  • Assist the Field and Country Office Finance teams during internal/ external audits, donor specific audits, and authorized third-party reviews of financial records.
  • Closely work with Field Office Awards Coordinator to fully understand financial and compliance aspects of donor funded portfolios and use Award Management System (AMS) to understand donor financial compliance requirements.
  • Maintain working relationship with NFDHR partners and support Field and Country Offices to ensure smooth financial implementation of projects through partners.
 
Administrative Duties
  • Actively participate in Budgetary review meetings.
  • Submit all Internal and external financial reports in a timely manner.
  • Prepare/review Bank and cash GLACOS, and financial data entry on a daily-basis.
  • Follow-up prepayments (like rent, Internet service, etc.) and manage schedule on FMS monthly.
  • Ensure that monthly bank reconciliations for all accounts are prepared on a regularly basis.
  • Review official e-mails on a daily-basis, respond to queries from suppliers and colleagues in a timely and appropriate manner, and ensure any problematic issues are raised with the line manager at the earliest opportunity.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
The role of the Finance Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Finance Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the monitoring and evaluation and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.

 

 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics
  • Minimum 2 years working experience as a Finance Officer or similar role
  • Solid knowledge of financial and accounting procedures
  • Experience using financial software and advances MS Excel skills
  • Knowledge of financial regulations
  • Excellent analytical and numerical skills
  • Sharp time-management sills
  • Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential data
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
 
Desirable:
  • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tactic and diplomacy
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
  •  
How to Apply
If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=39
Deadline. 15-9-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
 
 
 
Senior Project Coordinator
Deadline: Thursday, 26 July, 2018

 
Job Location: Aljawf, Yemen
Start date: 01 August 2018
Contract Duration: 8 Months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.
 

Senior Project Coordinator - Job Description

The Project Manager is responsible for overseeing the planning, implementation, and tracking of a specific project and its specified deliverables. In collaboration with NFDHR colleagues, he/she will conduct project site assessments, work with beneficiaries, local community members and sometimes other national NGOs to establish the project. The Project Manager will also be responsible for project management, including work plans and budgets, establishing the M&E framework for the project, reporting, day-to- day project implementation and logistics, external communications, and monitoring and evaluation. He/she will work both in an NFDHR sub-office and in the field. The Project Coordinator reports directly to the WASH Program Manager This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Oversee all project activities and be the main contact point for the donor and the field staff
  • Ensure project activities comply with the policies and regulations of the donor organization.
  • Oversee the development and execution of project deliverables, lead project planning, timeline creation, budgeting, action plans, BOQ development, and monitoring and reporting processes.
  • Supervise all field activities, including management of field supervisors and field assistants;
  • Oversee and assist the project field teams in the planning and implementation of all field activities including but not limited to distributions, trainings, and community outreach;
  • Plan and oversee resources and logistical requirements for project activities;
  • Lead and motivate the project team and monitor project activities and project expenditure and coordinate work with consultants and volunteers in the project
  • Oversee performance and quality oversight of project implementation and performance of field staff
  •  
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Ensure community acceptance of the project through clear/open communication with and meaningful engagement of beneficiaries, committees and community leaders, as well as external representation of NFDHR to relevant parties in governorates
  • Coordinate with other departments (logistics, finance, M&E) to ensure proper implementation of project activities
  • Work with AMEU to oversee data collection and management for the project, taking into consideration the AMEU team’s recommendations after approval from the PM and/or AC during regularly scheduled meetings;
 
Administrative & Financial Duties:
  • Create monthly activity plans and timelines for all project activities in conjunction with the project team, ensuring fair distribution of tasks amongst team members;
  • Provide accurate, timely, and detailed reports of project activities, successes and challenges to the AC/PM at coordination level;
 
The role of the Project Manager is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the Project Manager is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to NFDHR’s project management and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • University degree in project management, Engineering, public health, international or global development, or something similar 
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in humanitarian response and/or international development
  • Experience in project management, including monitoring and evaluation. 

  • Financial management experience including overseeing financial procedures, budget management and donor reporting 

  • Experience in line managing project staff. 

  • Experience of security and risk management 

  • Ability to work on his/her own, with proven track record of working effectively as part of a team
  • Computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel)
  • Ability to work in remote areas
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)

 
 
Desirable:
  • Experience with field level coordination with other stakeholders UN, INGOs, NNGOs and government
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works well with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=29
Deadline. 26-7-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
 
 
MEAL Officer
Deadline: Thursday, 26 July, 2018

 
Job Location: Aljawf, Yemen
Start date: 01 August 201
Contract Duration: 8 Months
 
The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO) that was established June 2012 in Yemen. Our vision is a peaceful and stable Yemen free of poverty, in which all people have equal access to basic needs and human rights, and our mission is to provide an integrated humanitarian and development response to aid Yemen and other conflict-affected countries through a professional, neutral, and transparent approach.
 
We aim to achieve our overall vision and mission by working to enhance local communities' development and stability through identifying structural causes of poverty, raising awareness, increasing access to basic services, and focusing on building citizens' capacities, especially women and youth, so as to enable their participation in the decision-making process that leads to sustainable development and a peaceful society within their developing and conflict-affected countries. NFDHR aims to accomplish these goals through its seven core programs: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL); Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Health and Nutrition; Education; Gender and Protection; Shelter and Non-food items (NFIs); and Peacebuilding and Governance.

MEAL Officer Job Description

Under the supervision of the MEAL Advisor, the MEAL Officer will make sure to maintain an effective monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning system of NFDHR projects. The tasks will include routine monitoring of activities, providing monitoring reports, conducting field visits to ensure compliance with established standard and requirements. The MEAL Officer reports directly to the MEAL Advisor. This position is full-time, based on a 40-hour work week, but varies from week to week as humanitarian need constantly oscillates according to the unstable conflict environment and funding availability.
 

Main Tasks

Technical Support and Management:
  • Work with and support NFDHR’s Senior Staff, the Directors of Relief and Development Programs, and the Program Managers in preparing program MEAL plans, indicators and mechanisms for M&E in line with strategic program plans and budgets.
  • Support the development of the logical framework for projects, including MEAL support during proposal development to ensure adequate MEAL budget forecasts for field and office activities.
  • Support planning, implementation and follow-up of evaluations by: writing terms of references, preparing project summaries, participating in the selection of external consultants for evaluating NFDHR projects, and technically and financially coordinating with consultant in relation to field assessments.
  • Track outputs and expected results of ongoing projects and the extent of completion of various activities and present findings to NFDHR leadership, the Directors of Relief Programs and Development Programs, and Program Managers at monthly meetings allocated for this purpose.
  • Ensure the achievement of results and outputs necessary for development and humanitarian response according to the needs of local communities.
  • Develop and design information management systems resulting from monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning activities, such as progress reports, databases and complaint mechanisms.
  • Report to NFDHR’s Senior Management in a timely manner on the progress and completion of project/program implementation, including obstacles faced and technical, administrative and financial solutions proposed.
  • Supervise MEAL staff as well as advocacy, communication and media officials for relief and development programs.
  • Monitor and assist Program Managers in preparing long-term plans for the projects they manage, specifying a timeline for issuing reports to donors
  • Follow-up and supervise staff preparing news reports and stories published on NFDHR’s website
  • Introduce low cost techniques to improve project performance in the organization and facilitate mechanisms for updates of reports.
  • Provide MEAL support during audits
 
Coordination and Representation:
  • Work on developing and reviewing program strategies in partnership with the concerned authorities and affected populations in project governorates and districts
  • Coordinate with NFDRH’s directors of relief and development programs and other concerned departments while planning new projects within the framework of the programs to develop the necessary indicators according to the MEAL policy
  • Coordinate needs assessments with governorate and local authorities and provide support to field staff to document evaluation findings, including an analysis of beneficiary needs.
  • In coordination with the Director of Development Programs, the Director of Relief Programs and the Coordinator of the Peace building and Governance Program, assess the institutional capacities of local organizations before signing any partner sub-agreements to carry out field activities and services with NFDHR and make recommendations to senior management.
  • Upon acceptance of grants, immediately coordinate with program managers and other the relevant departments to prepare executive plans for procurement, follow up and evaluation.
  • Continuously coordinate with the directors of relief and development programs, program managers, and department managers to ensure the number, review and delivery of periodic, mid-term, and annual reports are submitted for review and approval to senior staff, donors and other stakeholders in a timely-manner.
 
The role of the MEAL Officer is not limited to the specific duties mentioned above. It is subject to change with the evolution of the conflict and in accordance with NFDHR’s vision and mission. As such, the MEAL Officer is required to manage all unforeseen issues and circumstances in relation to the monitoring and evaluation and should remain adaptable to perform responsibilities that may not be mentioned above, as and when required.
 

Qualifications

Essential
  • Bachelor’s degree in statistics, Engineering, anthropology, sociology, public health, or another relevant field
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in MEAL related role in an NGO environment, preferably in a humanitarian context
  • Solid conceptual understanding about different components of MEAL
  • Demonstrated skills in supporting MEAL systems
  • Strong experience in information management systems
  • Experience of, and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability to affected populations
  • Previous experience of managing a team and managing projects
  • Demonstrated strong monitoring and evaluation skills, including planning/participating in evaluations
  • Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands-on implementation capacity
  • Ability to write clear and well-argued assessment and project reports
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of NFDHR.
  • English and Arabic language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
 
Desirable:
  • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tactic and diplomacy
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral
  • Flexible and able to work well under pressure
  • Capable of working collaborative with team members to achieve results
  • Relates and works will with people from different cultures, genders, religions and backgrounds
 
 

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements stated above, please apply through the below link
http://www.nfdhr.org/en/apply.php?career-id=28
Deadline. 26-7-2018
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview