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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Myanmar
    Closing date: 09 Jan 2017

    · Location – Maungdaw, Myanmar

    · Fixed term, Full time – 24 months

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    CARE International in Myanmar is looking to fill the position of Rakhine Program Coordinator in Maungdaw, Myanmar. The role oversees the implementation and ongoing development of the Rakhine State program and works closely with the Assistant Country Director – Programs (ACDP) to ensure long-term and short-term priorities for Rakhine are on track. The role also ensures compliance and quality assurances, providing support and supervision to a team of project managers and specialists working across diverse integrated rural development programs.

    We are looking for applicants who are interested in working in an exciting and challenging environment with several years’ experience in project management of multi-sector projects in conflict and disaster prone settings. Your experience in leadership and management in a complex international setting, as well as your excellent people management and interpersonal skills will make you an ideal candidate for this role. Your strong communication and negotiation skills, including capacity building and managing complex and diverse stakeholder relationships will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    Want more information about the role and how to apply?

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers

    Questions about the role? Please contact Philippa Beale, Assistant Country Director Programs on +959 4210 40845 or Philippa.beale@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Monday 9 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Vanuatu
    Closing date: 04 Jan 2017

    • Location – Tanna, Vanuatu
    • Fixed term, Full time – 2 months

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    CARE International in Vanuatu is looking to fill the position of WASH Technical Advisor in Tanna, Vanuatu. The role will work in association with the WASH Program Manager to oversee implementation, follow up and evaluation of WASH activities in communities across the Tafea Province. The role will be responsible for implementing technical elements of programs including installation of WASH infrastructures and facilitating safety and security planning for community drinking water.

    Your extensive knowledge of piped gravity fed systems, rainwater harvesting, and drinking water safety and security planning will make you an ideal candidate for this role. You will have demonstrated experience in WASH related recovery, development response and resilience focused Disaster Risk Reduction interventions. Your ability to effectively facilitate group discussions and training to technical working groups will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Wednesday 4 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Viet Nam
    Closing date: 20 Jan 2017

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    CARE International in Vietnam is looking for an external evaluator (individual or evaluation team). The main purpose of the evaluation is to assess the effectiveness, relevance, efficiency, sustainability and impact of the EMWE project. It will generate lessons learnt and recommendations for future projects targeting EM women, and programming under CARE’s REMWE program more broadly. The primary audience will be CARE staff (in Vietnam and Australia), the donor, and project partners.

    Want more information about the role?

    Please refer to the attached Terms of Reference.


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Please send your application to email: procurement3@care.org.vn, quoting “EMWE Consultant” as subject of the email.

    Please note the following should be included in your Application:

    1. Your CV
    2. A list of relevant past work
    3. At least one written example of a past evaluation
    4. Draft conceptual framework for the evaluation including description of methodology and tools
    5. Financial proposal with daily rate for the consultancy

    Applications Close: 20 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)
    Closing date: 29 Jan 2017

    Fixed Term – 3 Years, Full time

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    As part of the Country Office Senior Management Team (SMT), the ACD Programs plays a key role in setting the strategic direction of the Country Office (CO). The role oversees all programs and projects and it’s responsible for ensuring the establishment and management of processes to support high quality program development and implementation. The role also leads senior managers ensuring best practice in both people and program management.

    We are seeking an experienced strategic and senior operational manager with a proven ability to manage complex budgets, staff and programs. Your relevant experience in international aid, strategic thinking and decision making skills as well as capacity to build mutually beneficial relationships with internal and external stakeholders will ensure you perform successfully in this position. Your experience in fundraising and developing winning proposals in addition to your excellent management and leadership skills, sound judgement, intellect and demonstrated record of innovation and achievement will set you apart from others.

    Questions about the role? Please contact Saad Karim, on + 856 20 554 4537 or Saad.Karim@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).


    How to apply:

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Sunday 29 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)
    Closing date: 13 Jan 2017

    • Phongsaly and Sekong Provinces, Lao PDR
    • Short Term Duration
    • Individual or Team

    CARE International in Laos is looking for a final evaluation consultant for the WORD Project. The WORD Project aims to ensure benefits to remote ethnic women and their communities, by strengthening community based organisations and fostering demand driven service delivery for income generating activities and community development.

    The main purpose of the evaluation will be to help extract ‘what works’ and ‘ key lessons’ learned through the project .The end line survey is intended to provide analytical insight (using key indicators) into the influence of WORD that contributed to change among the target communities. In consultation with CARE, the consultant is responsible for: refining the research methodology; implementing the agreed methodology (incl. training data collectors); analysing data/information; debriefing on preliminary findings; documenting /reporting in English; coordinating with government partner evaluation staff.

    Evaluation objectives:

    1. Assess the project’s achievements against project logical framework.
    2. Assess the project’s contribution to improving the lives of remote ethnic women by evaluating achievements based on Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Outcomes and Sustainability.
    3. Assess the extent to which the project has been consistent with CARE’s gender equality framework and its achievements in transforming gender relations.

    Want more information about the role?

    To view the Terms of Reference for the consultancy, please refer to the CARE Australia website.

    For more information about the consultancy please contact: CARE-LAO Head office in Vientiane, CARE Laos, PO Box 4328, 329/25 Sibounheuang Road, Ban Sibounheuang, Vientiane, Or e-mail to request: Lao.contracts@careint.org


    How to apply:

    Please send your application to: Lao.contracts@careint.org, quoting “WORD Consultant” as subject of the email.

    The application should include a basic work-plan (indicating availability/timing), brief letter of expression of interest and introduction, budget, and sample of a similar piece of work.

    At a minimum, the quote should include the following:

    • Fixed price package rate for this assignment, including any flights, accommodation etc, as necessary
    • A concept paper of the proposed methodology
    • Detailed research plan

    Applications Close: COB 13 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Australia
    Closing date: 29 Jan 2017

    · Canberra or Melbourne, Australia

    · Permanent, Full time

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    CARE Australia is seeking a strategic professional to lead the Humanitarian and Emergency Response Unit (HERU) in the International Programs Department. The HERU Manager leads and manages program management, administrative and technical support to CARE Australia’s humanitarian and emergency response programs. The role works with CARE-Australia managed Country Offices in the South East and the Pacific region and their partners to prepare for and respond to effectively for emergencies. This role is also responsible for maintaining CARE Australia’s grants for emergency preparedness capacity building under the Australian Government’s Humanitarian Partnership Agreement.

    To perform successfully in this role, you will possess strong people management and have demonstrated ability to apply development and humanitarian relief theory into international NGOs rapid response emergency situations. Your demonstrated strong communication, representation and negotiation skills, including the ability to maintain effective working relationships with internal stakeholders will be highly regarded. Your demonstrated high level organisational skills and ability to deliver quality results within deadlines will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    Want more information on the role and how to apply?

    For more information and to apply for the position, please refer to the CARE Australia website.

    Questions about the role?
    Please contact Paul Kelly, Principal Executive International Programs on +61 2 6279 0250 or Paul.Kelly@care.org.au (please do not email applications to this address).

    Notice to Applicants

    If you wish to apply for the position you will be expected to already have a valid Australian work permit (permanent residency or applicable work visa). CARE Australia is not in a position to sponsor entry to Australia - visa requirements remain your own responsibility. Information on Australian visas and working entitlements are available from the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Security.

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Sunday 29 January 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Myanmar
    Closing date: 05 Feb 2017

    • Location – Maungdaw, Myanmar

    • Fixed term, Full time – 24 months

    CARE International in Myanmar is looking to fill the position of Rakhine Area Coordinator in Maungdaw, Myanmar. The Rakhine Area Coordinator oversees the implementation and ongoing development of CARE's projects in Rakhine State, and represents CARE to external stakeholders. The role provides support and supervision to the heads of three field offices to ensure that projects are delivered according to agreed work plans and budgets.

    We are looking for applicants who are interested in working in an exciting and challenging environment with several years’ experience in project management of multi-sector projects in conflict and disaster prone settings. Your experience in leadership and management in a complex international setting, as well as your excellent people management and interpersonal skills will make you an ideal candidate for this role. Your strong communication and negotiation skills, including capacity building and managing complex and diverse stakeholder relationships will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    Questions about the role? Please contact Philippa Beale, Assistant Country Director Programs on +959 4210 40845 or Philippa.beale@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Sunday 5 January 2017

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers


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  • 01/22/17--17:21: Myanmar: Program Officer
  • Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Myanmar
    Closing date: 06 Feb 2017

    • Location – Maungdaw,Rakhine, Myanmar

    • Fixed term, Full time - 24 months

    CARE International in Myanmar is looking to fill the position of Program Officer in Maungdaw, Rakhine, Myanmar. The role supports the project implementation teams through providing opportunities for joint learning and documentation, and through ensuring efficient and responsive planning and coordination. This role provides support to both CARE projects and to Phase In Consortium projects which consists of Action Contre la Faim, Danish Refugee Council and CARE members.

    Your experience in report writing and review of key project management documentation (work plans, procurement plans, budgets and monitoring plans) will make you an ideal candidate for this role. Demonstrated experience in organising and documenting regular management coordination and technical coordination meetings will be highly regarded. Your excellent communication skills and ability to lead reflective learning processes will set you apart from others. Your ability to manage workflows and balance competing priorities to meet deadlines be an advantage to serve in the role.


    How to apply:

    Questions about the role? Please contact Philippa Beale, Assistant Country Director - Programs on Philippa.Beale@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Monday 6 February 2017

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)
    Closing date: 10 Feb 2017

    • Vientiane, Lao PDR
    • Protection & Choices for Marginalised Urban Women (PACMUW) Project

    CARE International in Laos is looking for an End Line Evaluation Consultant for the PACMUW Project. The project addresses key Women’s Empowerment thematic priorities of Decent Work, Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Reproductive Health and Nutrition for garment factory workers, entertainment workers and domestic workers. The project aims to capture lessons learned to identify successful approaches for empowering extremely marginalised women in relation to labour protections, protections around violence and control over their own sexual reproductive health and nutrition needs.

    The results of the end line survey evaluation will contribute to the PACMUW end of project evaluation (EoPE). The PACMUW project included a baseline measure of the project’s key indicators shortly after commencement. The end line survey is intended to provide an insight into the influence PACMUW has had in bringing about change in the same indicators during implementation.

    Want more information about the role?

    Please refer to the attached for the Terms of reference

    For more information about the consultancy, please contact Vientprasith Thiphasouda, MUW Program Coordinator, CARE International in Laos on Viengprasith.Thiphasouda@careint.org (Do not email applications to this address).


    How to apply:

    How to apply

    Please send your application to: Phetphouthone.Soulinethavong@careint.org, quoting “PACMUW Consultant” as subject of the email.

    The application should include a basic work-plan (indicating availability/timing), brief letter of expression of interest and introduction, budget, and sample of a similar piece of work.

    Applications Close: COB 10 February 2017


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Myanmar
    Closing date: 19 Feb 2017

    Location – Yangon, Myanmar

    Fixed term, Full time – 12 months

    CARE International in Myanmar is looking to fill the position of Assistant Country Director (ACD)- Program Support (PS) in Yangon, Myanmar. The role is to manage the transition process to national leadership in program support in Myanmar while maintaining Program Support functions including finance and administration. The role will also undertake analysis of existing and future PS capacity needed, and develop and implement a transition plan. The ACD Program Support will also be responsible for directing finance and administration functions, building capacity and mentoring program support staff and contribute to the overall development and attainment of long-term strategic objectives as a member of the CI Country Office Senior Management team.

    Your demonstrated experience in leadership and management in a complex international setting, excellent people management, change management and interpersonal skills including the ability to develop harmonious teams in a cross-cultural context will be highly regarded. Your demonstrated understanding and commitment to CI’s approach to gender equality and women’s empowerment including ethnic diversity and cultural sensitivity will make you an ideal candidate for this role. Your strong communication and negotiation skills, including capacity building and managing complex and diverse stakeholder relationships will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    Questions about the role? Please contact Stav Zotalis, Country Director on stav.zotalis@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Sunday 19 February 2017

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Vanuatu
    Closing date: 06 Mar 2017

    · Fixed term – 22 months

    · Port Vila, Vanuatu

    CARE Australia is looking to fill the position of Gender Equality Program Manager in Port Vila, Vanuatu. The role contributes to developing the program and securing project funding to ensure the long-term growth of a robust and relevant gender program. The role leads the development and implementation of the Gender Equality program and supports women and girl’s leadership and addressing prevention of gender based violence. The role is responsible for all aspects of managing the program, including managing multiple donor projects, providing oversight of program activities, quality control, monitoring and evaluation, reporting and budget management as well as development of new projects.

    Your significant experience and technical expertise in the implementation of transformative gender approaches, complex gender analysis and advocacy related to gender issues will be highly valued. Your high-level strategic thinking and experience in the design, development and implementation of long-term gender programs and complex project interventions will be complemented by your experience in working on programs relating to women and girl’s leadership, prevention of gender based violence, women’s economic empowerment and/or strengthening women’s rights movements. Your demonstrated leadership skills and ability to manage and lead including experience in capacity building with high level of communication and interpersonal skills will set you apart from others.


    How to apply:

    Questions about the role? Please contact Charlie Damon, Program Director on +678 22951 or charlie.damon@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: Midnight (AEST), Monday 6 March 2017

    To view the position description and apply, please visit the CARE Australia website at www.care.org.au/careers


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Cambodia
    Closing date: 16 Jul 2018

    CARE Australia is seeking to engage a consultant team to accompany the STOP project through mid-term review, social impact and final evaluation activities to add value to learning and enhance performance of the project.

    Enhancing Women’s Voice to Stop Sexual Harassment (STOP) is funded by CARE Australia and the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) and the Gender Action Platform. With partners in Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, STOP will target sexual harassment as a key obstacle to achieving women’s economic rights at national levels through improved policy settings and better workplace practices and protections in garment factories.

    The consultant team is expected to deliver on three objectives:

    • To support the implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation framework for the STOP project, including mid-term review, social impact and final evaluation exercises.
    • To adopt an approach that builds skills in critical analysis and evaluation across CARE country office (CO) teams engaged in the STOP project.
    • To work collaboratively to design creative, gender transformative and empowering approaches to review and evaluation activities.

    More information

    For more information about the role, please refer to the Terms of Reference


    How to apply:

    Enquiries and proposals

    Enquiries and proposals be sent to Suzi Chinnery, Project Director – suzi.chinnery@careint.org

    The proposal should contain

    • Detailed proposal addressing the selection criteria including at least two (2) options for methodology of social impact analysis and outlining how developmental, empowering and creative methods will be employed
    • CVs and examples of similar work for each member of the team
    • Budget which provides breakdown of costs per work plan period (6 monthly)

    ANNEXES

    1. STOP Project Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Framework

    Applications Close: Monday 16 July 2018 11:59pm Phnom Penh Time


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Cambodia
    Closing date: 20 Jul 2018

    Since 2003, CARE has worked in partnership with the Royal Government of Cambodia (Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport) and other stakeholders (such as UNICEF) to develop and implement a multi-lingual education (MLE) model under the Education for Ethnic Minorities Program (EEM) program. The aim of this model is to increase Cambodian ethnic minority children’s access to, and the quality of, primary and secondary education.

    CARE is seeking an evaluation consultant/evaluation team to undertake an evaluation of the EEM program.

    There are two components to this evaluation – an impact assessment and a cost-benefit analysis. The purpose of this evaluation is to:

    1. Document the impact of the EEM program, with a view to influencing other donors or national governments in the South East Asia region to replicate the model.
    2. Document successful strategies for ensuring sustainability of the model through government systems.
    3. Provide data on the short and long-term financial costs/benefits of the MLE model to assist other governments/donors with making decisions about investing in such models.

    For more information about this role, please refer to the Terms of Reference.


    How to apply:
    • Applications should include:
    • Two page summary outlining how you/evaluation team meet the Selection Criteria
    • Up-to-date CV (with details of three recent referees) and examples of similar work for each member of the team
    • Budget and confirmation of availability to complete the work in the specified timeframe

    Enquiries and proposals to be sent to Laura Baines, Program Impact and Learning Advisor (Laura.Baines@care.org.au)

    Applications close Friday 20th July 2018 11.59pm (AEST)


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    Organization: CARE Australia
    Country: Fiji, Vanuatu
    Closing date: 06 Aug 2018

    · Likely to be based in Suva, Fiji or other Pacific location

    · Fixed Term Contract (12 months with possible extension), Full Time

    CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

    About the Role

    The role leads the development and strengthening of CARE’s partnership and programs in the countries in the Pacific region with a focus on gender equality programming approaches. This includes nurturing CARE’s existing and emerging regional and local level partnerships (in non-presence countries), while also identifying new partners to expand CARE’s partnerships and impact in the Pacific through partner-led programming.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Establish positive and supportive relationships with CARE’s existing and emerging partners
    • Identify potential new partnerships where interests align with CARE’s strategic priorities
    • Identify programming opportunities and develop quality programming concepts and proposals

    • Ensure projects meet annual targets, financial accountability, compliance and project planning and reporting requirements.

    • Deliver effective program management oversight for CARE program activities implemented in non-presence countries in the region

    • Deliver training and capacity development support with a focus on program management and gender equality approaches

    Ideally you will have

    • · Master degree or equivalent postgraduate qualifications in international development or a related field and at least 7-10 years’ experience at a senior level in the management of humanitarian and/or development programs with an international NGO or aid agency
    • Demonstrated ability to build and manage complex and diverse stakeholder relationships
    • Demonstrated understanding of gender equality and women’s empowerment and experience in coaching or training others on gender concepts
    • Demonstrated strong program management skills
    • Excellent donor liaison, representation and coordination skills
    • Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to build capacity and sustain positive working relationship with staff and partners

    CARE Australia is committed to Child Protection and Protection from Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse. Applicants are advised that appointment will be subject to appropriate background checks and screening.


    How to apply:

    How to Apply ?

    Please visit CARE Australia website at https://www.care.org.au/careers/ to view and apply for the role.

    Questions about the role?

    Please contact Megan Chisholm, Country Director on megan.chisholm@careint.org (please do not email applications to this address).

    Applications Close: 12:01 am (AEST), Monday 6 August 2018


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