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BACKGROUND

ln the second phase of the Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Program, the African Development Bank approved a grant of IJA 30 Million for the Republic of Sudan to implement the two projects, (DRSLP-II& lll), within the program. Grants of the two projects was signed in 2015 (February 23, 2015) and (November 17.2015) and scheduledto be closed 31 December 2020 and 31 December 2021 for DRSLP ll & lll respectively.

The DRSLP-II & lll projects- will involve activities intended to enhance existing livelihoods through investment in sustainable use of natural resources, Y integrated land management, ecosystem restoration and support of agricultural and livestock development while improving market access infrastructure. The proposed interventions involve activities that address water, pasture, market access, animal health and capacity building in a gender sensitive approach. The main objective of this projects is to support the fragile eco-systems, protect 'the natural resources, enhance drought resilience and 2 improve the sustainable livelihoods of pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in the select projects areas, located in: (i) Gedarif State, (ii) Kassala State and (iii) White Nile State of Sudan.

To oversee the implementation of the projects, Federal Projects Implementation Unit (FPIU) has been established at a national level and State Projects Implementation Units (SPlUs) have been established in each of the 3 states (Kassala, Gedaref and White Nile States) and working since 2016 & Each SPIU will comprise the following competitively recruited (nationals) staff: a State Projects Coordinator, a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, and Community Development Officer.

Currently the FPIU is seeking to recruit and fill positions of Community Development Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer based in Kosti, White Nile state of Sudan.

Position: Community Development Officer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under direct supervision of the State

Project Implementation, unit Coordinator, (SPIUC) overall guidance of FPIU Coordinator, the Community Development Officer will be responsible for the following major functions and duties:

(i) Facilitating community and economic development and planning "initiatives van White Nile state of Sudan; Identifying and 'fostering community economic development opportunities; assisting in the development/support of local organizations; identifying the skills, assets, issues and needs of the community; ensuring participation off local people and have a say in the management of the projects and other development concerns; analyzing / evaluating the benefits of existing and new programs/projects

(ii) Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports on the status of the projects implementation; building links/networking with other groups, agencies and actors – in each state and raising public awareness on 'issues relevant; to the community and support the State Projects Coordinator in planning, coordinating meetings and events in the state of relevance to the projects; oversee the management of the projects budget: preparing reports and developing proposals for pertinent policies;

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND CORE COMPETENCIES

QUALIFICATIONS: The Community Development Officer should possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Arts, Social Studies, Rural Development, Business; Agricultural Economics, or other related subjects from a recognized university

WORK EXPERIENCE: S/He should have at least 5 years of progressive experience working with rural communities in promoting social dynamics and application of participatory methods that, contribute to success of project implementation:

CORE COMPETENCIES: Good written and oral communication skills and proficiency in computer skills are required; professional experience working, in Sudan in project planning, management or implementation with the Federal or State government or a development agency, preferably in the area of rural development or coordination and ability to prepare concise, timely, analytical reports and informative documentations.

 

Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 
 

DUTIESAND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under close supervision of the State level Project Coordinator and overall guidance of FPlJ Coordinator.

the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for the following major duties and functions: 
(i) Develop, strengthen monitoring, inspection- and evaluation procedures of all project activities, expenditures and progress towards achieving the projects output; develop monitoring and impact indicators for the success of projects and recommend if necessary further improvement of the logical frame work; document and report the implementation progress, facilitate knowledge building, and share knowledge with key stakeholders; support/advice the, State Projects Coordinators on developing project strategies and suggest strategies to the Projects, Management for f improving the 4 efficiency and effectiveness of the projects by identifying bottlenecks and developing plans to minimize or eliminate such bottlenecks 

 

(ii) Provide inputs,' information and statistics for quarterly, annual and other reports to Projects Implementation Unit; prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports on the status of the projects: conduct capacity assessment on existing monitoring and evaluation system; and develop *indicators and a monitoring strategy for the projects; participate/support on annual projects reviews and planning workshops and assist the State Projects Coordinator in preparing relevant reports; undertake surveys and studies on specific and/or general outcomes and impacts of the DRSLP It & projects ; develop a monitoring plan based on the Logframe, with gender disaggregated indicators and contribute to the development of an M&E system with the assistance of M&E Consultant (to be recruited by the programme); 
 

(iii) Conduct a baseline survey to confirm with the available data necessary develop additional indicators to capture unforeseen pertinent outcomes and impacts; 
 

(iv) Train at all levels, including PIU staff and pastoral communities to enhance promotion Of community participation and improving the effectiveness of the programme; measure the outcomes/results of activities using a set of qualitative and quantitauve indicators, harmonized with sector indicators to facilitate their integration in the Federal database 
 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND CORE COMPETENCIES 
 

QUALIFICATIONS: The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer should possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Business, Economics, Rural Development Management, Sociology, Finance or other related subjects; 
 

WORK EXPERIENCE: S/He should have at least 5 years of progressive working development projects in experience in monitoring and evaluation of in the area of projects planning, management and Sudan/elsewhere implementation with the Federal or State government or a development agency demonstrated experience in, a large size of development projects, at both Government and state levels, including contact/networking with bilateral and multi— lateral financial institutions; 
 

CORE COMPETENCES; Experience in designing tools and strategies -for data collection, analysis and production of reports; good knowledge of computer applications relevant to the position; strong interpersonal and teamwork skills ;demonstrated oral and written communication skills in English with Arabic being an advantage; sound knowledge of the African Development Bank procurement policies and procedures would be an advantage. 
 

Application Procedures:
 

Applicants that not fulfill qualifications, work experience and competency requirements of the positions should not apply. 
 

AII applications should be % accompanied by the candidate's detailed Curriculum Vitae.(in English only) copies e of both academic and professional certificates and work experience testimonials, with detail physical, phone and email addresses and should be sent to the following address: 
 

National Projects Coordinator, Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Programme, PII & PIII, Ground Floor, Flat No. (2), Building No. (3), Street (41), Khartoum * Plot No. (53), Khartoum East, Khartoum, Sudan.

E-mail address: 
hassanurnur@outlook.com, CCD to: awadsustain@hotmail.com.

 

NB: For more job descriptions and Terms of References Of the positions, applicants are encouraged to revert to 'GAD website: www.iqad.int 
 

All applications must be received -in or before 2018/11/14

BACKGROUND

ln the second phase of the Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Program, the African Development Bank approved a grant of IJA 30 Million for the Republic of Sudan to implement the two projects, (DRSLP-II& lll), within the program. Grants of the two projects was signed in 2015 (February 23, 2015) and (November 17.2015) and scheduledto be closed 31 December 2020 and 31 December 2021 for DRSLP ll & lll respectively.

The DRSLP-II & lll projects- will involve activities intended to enhance existing livelihoods through investment in sustainable use of natural resources, Y integrated land management, ecosystem restoration and support of agricultural and livestock development while improving market access infrastructure. The proposed interventions involve activities that address water, pasture, market access, animal health and capacity building in a gender sensitive approach. The main objective of this projects is to support the fragile eco-systems, protect 'the natural resources, enhance drought resilience and 2 improve the sustainable livelihoods of pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in the select projects areas, located in: (i) Gedarif State, (ii) Kassala State and (iii) White Nile State of Sudan.

To oversee the implementation of the projects, Federal Projects Implementation Unit (FPIU) has been established at a national level and State Projects Implementation Units (SPlUs) have been established in each of the 3 states (Kassala, Gedaref and White Nile States) and working since 2016 & Each SPIU will comprise the following competitively recruited (nationals) staff: a State Projects Coordinator, a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, and Community Development Officer.

Currently the FPIU is seeking to recruit and fill positions of Community Development Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer based in Kosti, White Nile state of Sudan.

Position: Community Development Officer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under direct supervision of the State

Project Implementation, unit Coordinator, (SPIUC) overall guidance of FPIU Coordinator, the Community Development Officer will be responsible for the following major functions and duties:

(i) Facilitating community and economic development and planning "initiatives van White Nile state of Sudan; Identifying and 'fostering community economic development opportunities; assisting in the development/support of local organizations; identifying the skills, assets, issues and needs of the community; ensuring participation off local people and have a say in the management of the projects and other development concerns; analyzing / evaluating the benefits of existing and new programs/projects

(ii) Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports on the status of the projects implementation; building links/networking with other groups, agencies and actors – in each state and raising public awareness on 'issues relevant; to the community and support the State Projects Coordinator in planning, coordinating meetings and events in the state of relevance to the projects; oversee the management of the projects budget: preparing reports and developing proposals for pertinent policies;

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND CORE COMPETENCIES

QUALIFICATIONS: The Community Development Officer should possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Arts, Social Studies, Rural Development, Business; Agricultural Economics, or other related subjects from a recognized university

WORK EXPERIENCE: S/He should have at least 5 years of progressive experience working with rural communities in promoting social dynamics and application of participatory methods that, contribute to success of project implementation:

CORE COMPETENCIES: Good written and oral communication skills and proficiency in computer skills are required; professional experience working, in Sudan in project planning, management or implementation with the Federal or State government or a development agency, preferably in the area of rural development or coordination and ability to prepare concise, timely, analytical reports and informative documentations.

 

Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 
 

DUTIESAND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under close supervision of the State level Project Coordinator and overall guidance of FPlJ Coordinator.

the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for the following major duties and functions: 
(i) Develop, strengthen monitoring, inspection- and evaluation procedures of all project activities, expenditures and progress towards achieving the projects output; develop monitoring and impact indicators for the success of projects and recommend if necessary further improvement of the logical frame work; document and report the implementation progress, facilitate knowledge building, and share knowledge with key stakeholders; support/advice the, State Projects Coordinators on developing project strategies and suggest strategies to the Projects, Management for f improving the 4 efficiency and effectiveness of the projects by identifying bottlenecks and developing plans to minimize or eliminate such bottlenecks 

 

(ii) Provide inputs,' information and statistics for quarterly, annual and other reports to Projects Implementation Unit; prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports on the status of the projects: conduct capacity assessment on existing monitoring and evaluation system; and develop *indicators and a monitoring strategy for the projects; participate/support on annual projects reviews and planning workshops and assist the State Projects Coordinator in preparing relevant reports; undertake surveys and studies on specific and/or general outcomes and impacts of the DRSLP It & projects ; develop a monitoring plan based on the Logframe, with gender disaggregated indicators and contribute to the development of an M&E system with the assistance of M&E Consultant (to be recruited by the programme); 
 

(iii) Conduct a baseline survey to confirm with the available data necessary develop additional indicators to capture unforeseen pertinent outcomes and impacts; 
 

(iv) Train at all levels, including PIU staff and pastoral communities to enhance promotion Of community participation and improving the effectiveness of the programme; measure the outcomes/results of activities using a set of qualitative and quantitauve indicators, harmonized with sector indicators to facilitate their integration in the Federal database 
 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND CORE COMPETENCIES 
 

QUALIFICATIONS: The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer should possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Business, Economics, Rural Development Management, Sociology, Finance or other related subjects; 
 

WORK EXPERIENCE: S/He should have at least 5 years of progressive working development projects in experience in monitoring and evaluation of in the area of projects planning, management and Sudan/elsewhere implementation with the Federal or State government or a development agency demonstrated experience in, a large size of development projects, at both Government and state levels, including contact/networking with bilateral and multi— lateral financial institutions; 
 

CORE COMPETENCES; Experience in designing tools and strategies -for data collection, analysis and production of reports; good knowledge of computer applications relevant to the position; strong interpersonal and teamwork skills ;demonstrated oral and written communication skills in English with Arabic being an advantage; sound knowledge of the African Development Bank procurement policies and procedures would be an advantage. 
 

Application Procedures:
 

Applicants that not fulfill qualifications, work experience and competency requirements of the positions should not apply. 
 

AII applications should be % accompanied by the candidate's detailed Curriculum Vitae.(in English only) copies e of both academic and professional certificates and work experience testimonials, with detail physical, phone and email addresses and should be sent to the following address: 
 

National Projects Coordinator, Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Programme, PII & PIII, Ground Floor, Flat No. (2), Building No. (3), Street (41), Khartoum * Plot No. (53), Khartoum East, Khartoum, Sudan.

E-mail address: 
hassanurnur@outlook.com, CCD to: awadsustain@hotmail.com.

 

NB: For more job descriptions and Terms of References Of the positions, applicants are encouraged to revert to 'GAD website: www.iqad.int 
 

All applications must be received -in or before 2018/11/14








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