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Additional Locations KZ-Almaty​​ | MK-Skopje | EE-Tallinn | AT-Vienna
  SOS Children’s Villages International is the umbrella organisation for the global federation of SOS Children’s Villages. As a non-governmental social development organisation we support children without parental care and families in difficult living conditions through services in care, education, health and emergency relief, and we advocate for the rights of children and young people, in alliance with a great diversity of partners. We work in 135 countries and territories, reaching over one million children, young people, families and caregivers each year. To support us with this important responsibility the International Office CEE/CIS/ME is looking for a committed and experienced:   Compensation & Benefits Coordinator for the region CEE/CIS/ME (f/m)   Location: Vienna/Austria, Almaty/Kazakhstan,Skopje/ Macedonia, Tallinn/ Estonia   This is a career growth position with a potential 24 - 36 month fast track to a Regional Compensation & Benefits Adviser, and the successful candidate will be the Regional Compensation Specialist following an intensive 6 month curriculum training/ development and  24-30 months application, mentoring and practical learning on the job. This also presents future opportunities as part of several projects shaping the future of the SOS international work environment.   Tasks and Responsibilities: - Support the overall roll out, implementation, maintenance and follow up of the compensation and benefits (incl. end of service benefit) system and the regional job architecture. - Support the implementation of compensation and benefits system in new countries - Support ongoing consultation and expertise to the Member Associations on compensation matters - Acquire the knowledge of Job evaluation process for newly created roles. Act as reference point for job evaluation, compensation and benefit approach, as well as strategic workforce topic in the region. - Grow to act as internal advisor on all regional projects/initiatives with a compensation & benefits. Subsequently execute on the development and implementation of the organisation’s compensation approach and guidelines. - Proactively monitoring market trends and financial aspects of our compensation, benefits and rewards programmes - Grow to eventually support countries in the region with implementation and maintenance of the compensation system; incl. job evaluation and benchmarking process - Foster exchange and knowledge sharing in the topic of compensation and benefits within the region. - Responsible for Position Management; ensuring regional alignment across all position descriptors of grade, title, classification, FT/ PT, compensation band, status, etc. - Support regional HROD Director in designing and implementation of salary structure and compensation processes on regional level. - Support compensation projects and initiatives, initially with a view to leading them subsequently. Requirements: - University degree in HR, law or related studies (Master is an added advantage) - A minimum of 3 years relevant Human Resources and benefits experience, preferably in an international and/or matrix environment - Strong numerical and analytical skills is a necessity. High proficiency with excel skills - Knowledge of job evaluation methodologies, benchmarking, salary structure design, compensation processes, experience in implementation of salary schemes  - Experience in project management - Proficiency in English. Knowledge of Russian language is an advantage - Proficiency in all Microsoft office applications - Strong communication skills and intercultural competence - Ability to work both independently and as part of a team - The ability to work in a complex challenging and sensitive environment - Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. - Readiness to travel internationally within the region   Following assets are an advantage: - Work experience in virtual collaboration (MS teams, Zoom), intercultural team coordination, facilitation skills   We offer: - Competitive salary depending on experience/Country of employment - Exposure to training and development in the Compensation function and intensive growth in 6 months, to take on a Regional Compensation responsibilities. - A range of interesting tasks in a leading international NGO’s multicultural working environment - A committed, innovative and supportive team - Working for a meaningful cause   How to apply If you are interested in this position, please send your CV and motivation letter in English by 15th Dec 2022 at the latest  
Function
Human Resources & Organizational Development
Region
Central & Eastern Europe, Commonwealth of independent states, Middle East
Additional Locations KZ-Almaty​​ | MK-Skopje | EE-Tallinn | AT-Vienna
  SOS Children’s Villages International is the umbrella organisation for the global federation of SOS Children’s Villages. As a non-governmental social development organisation we support children without parental care and families in difficult living conditions through services in care, education, health and emergency relief, and we advocate for the rights of children and young people, in alliance with a great diversity of partners. We work in 135 countries and territories, reaching over one million children, young people, families and caregivers each year. To support us with this important responsibility the International Office CEE/CIS/ME is looking for a committed and experienced:   Compensation & Benefits Advisor for the region CEE/CIS/ME (f/m)   Location: Vienna/Austria, Almaty/Kazakhstan, Tallinn/Estonia, Skopje/North Macedonia   Tasks and Responsibilities: - Develop and lead overall roll out, implementation, maintenance and follow up of the compensation and benefits (incl. end of service benefit) system and the regional job architecture. - Develop and lead the implementation of compensation and benefits system in new countries - Provide ongoing consultation and expertise to the Member Associations on compensation matters - Act as reference point for job evaluation, compensation and benefit approach, as well as strategic workforce topic in the region. - Act as internal advisor on all regional projects/initiatives with a compensation & benefits Execute on the development and implementation of the organisation’s compensation approach and guidelines. - Proactively monitoring market trends and financial aspects of our compensation, benefits and rewards programmes Job evaluation process for newly created roles impact - Support countries in the region with implementation and maintenance of the compensation system; incl. job evaluation and benchmarking process - Foster exchange and knowledge sharing in the topic of compensation and benefits within the region. - Responsible for Position Management; ensuring regional alignment across all position descriptors of grade, title, classification, FT/ PT, compensation band, status, etc. - Support regional HROD Director in designing and implementation of salary structure and compensation processes on regional level. - Lead other compensation projects and initiatives as required.    Requirements: - University degree in HR, law or related studies (Master is an added advantage) - A minimum of 8 years relevant compensation and benefits experience, including sound legal knowledge (contracts, payroll, termination benefits, etc.), preferably in an international and/or matrix environment - Experience with job evaluation methodologies, benchmarking, salary structure design, compensation processes, experience in implementation of salary schemes - Experience in project management - Strong numerical and analytical skills is a necessity. - Proficiency in English. Knowledge of Russian language is an advantage - Proficiency in all Microsoft office applications - Strong communication skills and intercultural competence - Ability to work both independently and as part of a team - The ability to work in a complex challenging and sensitive environment - Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. - Readiness to travel internationally within the region     Following assets are an advantage: - Work experience in virtual collaboration (MS teams, Zoom), intercultural team coordination, facilitation skills  We offer: - Competitive salary depending on experience/Country of employment - Working for a meaningful cause - A range of interesting tasks in a leading international NGO’s multicultural working environment - Opportunities for learning and development - A committed and innovative team How to apply If you are interested in this position, please send your CV and motivation letter in English by 15th Dec 2022at the latest
Function
Human Resources & Organizational Development
Region
Central & Eastern Europe, Commonwealth of independent states, Middle East
Additional Locations ET-Addis Ababa
Context of the Organization SOS Children’s Villages International (SOS CVI) is non-governmental and non-denominational organization working with communities, partners and states to ensure that the rights of all children are fulfilled in every society. SOS CVI is a global federation working to protect and care for children who have lost parental care, or who stand at risk of losing the care. We respect all religions and cultures and work with trusted partners in places where we can contribute to social development. Everything we do is made possible through the generous support of sponsors and donors, institutional and corporate partners, and loyal friends worldwide.  Envisioning that every child belongs to a family and grows up with love, respect and security, we exist to build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures, and we share in the development of their communities. Everything we do is guided by the firm belief that no child should grow up alone and that we need to improve care for children who are at risk, enabling them to overcome precarious conditions and to succeed in life. To achieve our mission, our strategy for the upcoming decade focuses on ensuring the best care of children, innovation, and effective collaboration with more partners. Our core values guiding who we are and what we do include courage to take action, commitment to keep our promises, trust to believe in each other, and accountability to be reliable Partners.     Job Summary   The Regional Safety and Security Adviser, Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF) will ensure the overall adherence of the safety and security policies and protocols within the region. S/He will oversee, contribute towards, promote and implement the global security strategy, policies and guidelines in conjunction with (and in consideration of) International Security Policy and Standards for all SOS Children Village offices in ESAF and other designated entities (Member Associations (MA), National Associations (NA). The Regional Safety and Security Adviser proactively provides advice, support, instruction and training to all SOS CV offices in the region on security and safety issues and will work closely with the technical security appointments within the region and at global level.  S/he manages the work in collaboration with the Regional Management Team (RMT), Functional Advisors and other team members, the National Directors and with other relevant ESAF & Internat. Office (IO) team members mainly International safety and security focal staff. In collaboration with external security bodies like the UNDSS and security focal persons within peer organisations s/he will do the security analysis of countries in the region.   She/he will ensure a consistent and effective flow of safety and security protocols and management within the SOS Children’s travels and activities, keeping relevant teams up to date on all developments both internally and externally. Main Clients - International Director of Region (IDR) - ESAF regional team members - SOS Children’s Villages International Representatives (CVI Reps) - National Directors (NDs) - National safety and security responsible staff - Visitors from IO, Promoting and Supporting Association (PSA) staff, donors, sponsors, partners, etc Key Duties and Responsibilities:   Overall safety and security management   - Provides an objective overview of security trends and issues across ESAF, which is not influenced or muddled by vested interests, office politics or unclear, complex accountability and reporting lines. - Maintains an appropriate level of independence to intervene in situations where MAs level security management needs support, goes off track, and being available to deploy rapidly when necessary. - Ensures that the responsibilities and deliverables of the role are feasible/achievable. - Possession of the necessary skills, experience and attributes to foster a security culture and maintain the active engagement and respect of peers, technical subordinates, and management.   Mentoring and Coaching - Lead, manage and provide capacity building support to employees in safety and security by ensuring clear goals and accountabilities are established and achieved - Ensures staff have the required orientation and understanding of safety and security policies and protocols. - Monitor compliance related to all safety and security requirements related to staff/visitor/contractors travel and security briefings. - Monitor procedures are in place at RO, MAs and NAs level to assure that each new employee – international and/or national – receives a Security briefing including personal security and reference to the global security policy. - Identify capacity gaps in safety and security work with the MAs and the Region to address them - Working closely with HROD to oversee the development of records of staff security training and liaising with MA teams to ensure adequate planning and provision is made to meet the security requirements. - Foster a team environment among the safety and security staff within the region. - Deliver security training courses as required by global training guidance and in accordance with global standards - Develop directly, and help countries to produce/procure, security training and briefing tools to ensure compliance with SOS CV International security policy and the maintenance of security best practices. - Assist country/national offices in arranging security training workshops. - Monitor training is up-to-date in ‘Hot Spot’ countries and countries with fluctuating security phase levels   Advisory & Monitoring Services: - Act as lead and monitor/be consulted/included in all communications from the region related to safety and security incidents and planning. - Provide timely feedback to questions raised from the field/any MA, IO, PSA and develop/maintain a database of security incidents with the active assistance of country security appointments/management. - Make regular visits (or as needed) to all countries in the region to monitor security preparedness and field training. Provide a follow-up report with clear recommendations after each visit. - Generate activity reports on security, including database analyses, new threats, responses and vulnerabilities and any relevant lessons learned from security and safety incidents. - Provide timely, concise and clearly articulated quarterly security management compliance reports to Regional Management Team & Internet Office relevant staff Dealing with Problems: - This position is critical and very strategic, dealing with diverse demands and pressure from different parts of the organization to often tight policies and procedures: Member Associations (MA), Programme locations, Regional Office and Internet Office as well as key stakeholders and partners within the region - The ability to prioritize and maintain focus while still demonstrating high levels of customer orientation are thus key for this position. - The ability to identify, mitigate and manage safety and security risks Contingency Planning and Crisis Management: - Provide security input into developing contingency plan for the RO and MAs - As required, respond to, support and advise the International Director of the Region (IDR), RMT members and National Directors during security/safety or humanitarian emergencies. - Assist country entities to develop and test contingency plans and systems - Oversee and manage the security incident reporting criteria in line with Global Policy & procedures. - Ensure Gender and Child Safeguarding are integrated in all Security related programming. - Be prepared to perform other emergency duties that may be assigned from time to time. Knowledge, skills, qualifications, abilities and behavioral competences: - A Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) in a security management, police academy, or related discipline - In depth knowledge in Security, International Development or related fields. - In-depth understanding of International safety and security protocols and procedures. - Deep and clear understanding of humanitarian principles, codes of conduct and ideally, specific sub-sector work: protection, health, shelter, linked to INGO field operations contexts. - Good understanding and experience in neutrality in local conflicts and conflicting parties - interaction with all parties and maintaining a position of (humanitarian) neutrality is a necessity of the role. - Demonstrable knowledge and practical work experience, preferably with non-profit or NGO within international humanitarian assistance programs, with proven capabilities in planning, organising and executing security operations in the field. - In depth knowledge or work experience in post-conflict and/or complex emergency environment. - Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with diverse teams. - Proven ability to be flexible and work well under pressure in fast-paced team environments. - Excellent negotiation skills (with senior level management and/or governmental authorities). - Good training skills – the ability to develop, implement, facilitate and impart learning to a wide range of audiences. - Demonstrable practical experience in security management, training or analysis and report writing role in a relevant organizational setting. - Advanced level knowledge of communications technology, including VHF, HF radio systems, satellite communications, cell phone mediums, etc. - At least 5 years of relevant experience within ESAF region - Ability to travel as required and in difficult situations.   What we offer - A diverse range of interesting tasks in a leading INGO multicultural working environment - As a responsible employer we provide a range of training schemes and encourage educational enhancement - An annual  Gross salary range USD 36,000- 57,000 of  that will be commensurate with experience and qualifications - Position is based in 50% in Nairobi and 50% in  Addis Ababa      “SOS Children’s Villages International holds strict child safeguarding principles and a zero-tolerance policy for conducts of sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse in the workplace and other places where the organization’s activities are rendered.  Parallel to technical competence, recruitment, selection and hiring decisions will give due emphasis to assessing candidates value congruence and thorough background checks, police clearance reference check processes”.         How to Apply   If you believe you are the right candidate for the above position, please send your application letter, detailed curriculum vitae (CV), and photocopies of academic certificates, and names and contact details of three referees.   Applications that are late, or do not have CV or certificates attached, will be disqualified. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.   Applications including at least three traceable referees should be sent electronically through ICIIMS or HROD ESAF ESAF.HROD@sos-kd.org   We shall be recieving applications until the position is filled.   NOTE: previous applicants need not Re- apply.   Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.    
Function
General Services
Region
Eastern & Southern Africa
Additional Locations KE-Nairobi
Position title: Web Developer Coordinator Working location: Nairobi Direct Supervisor: Regional Digital Fundraising Advisor Coordinates internally with: Dignify Developers at IO, Digital Fundraising Advisors at IOR, Dignify Product Advisors (PA) at IO, ICT Team – IOR, National ICT Advisors, Member Association End Users Coordinate externally with: ICT staff of marketing agencies, ICT solution providers, like payment providers Region: Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF)   About SOS Children’s Villages International Established in 1949, SOS Children's Villages International (CVI) is a dynamic, international social development organization working globally to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children without parental care and those who are at the risk of losing it. The Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF) region of SOS CV International is headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It also has a branch office in Nairobi. It has member associations (MA’s) in Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia/Somaliland, Djibouti, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Lesotho, Eswatini, Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius, Angola and Madagascar. We are searching for a vibrant, thorough, energetic candidate experienced in web development to join our organization as a Web Developer Coordinator. The successful candidate will support in ESAF region countries in maintaining and developing new processes for fundraising oriented websites for the fundraising area, in accordance with organizational policies and benchmarks, with the purpose of generating increased fundraising.   Mission of the position: The position will be based in either Nairobi, but you will have extensive travel in the region and beyond as you work with a global team to build capacity for digital fundraising. A supportive Fund Development network and digital fundraising team in the region, the International Office and a Software Developer in the International Office will be at your disposal for Technical Support and experience sharing. In addition, both regional and country based colleagues will provide required content, context and other input to enable you excel in your role. The position will report to the Regional Digital Fundraising Advisor - ESAF While all other competitive benefit packages remain constant, we also offer you one of the challenging tasks that would help you maximize your potential and make a real difference in the lives of Children and young people across Africa.The position will be offered for an initial one-year, renewable.   Key performance areas and main responsibilities: Responsibility for Procedures and Process - The developer is responsible for forms, synchronizations to payment providers and 3rd party systems. - Develop & implement technical features on the Member Associations website as per the approved digital fundraising plans. - Promote the use of new technologies/tools - Complete functional understanding of the product - Adhere to global ALM and software manufacturing processes - Adhere to technical implementation standards  Priority Tasks and Responsibilities - Implements requirements of the National Associations regarding DIGIFY in the area of web forms, synchronization to CRM systems and integration of external payment providers and technical integration of Google Analytics - Maintains and customizes fundraising oriented websites - Maintains updated project documentation regarding information and communication technology issues - Coordinates with the Digital Fundraising Advisor (in his BA role) the development of new processes - Review and evaluate (assess maturity, estimations) requirements handed in by the Digital Fundraising Advisor in his BA role - Supports the implementation processes of the DIGIFY platform in National Associations - Ensures the correct functioning of the different interfaces with which the DIGIFY platform is related - Performs maintenance of existing processes and tools - Perform other duties and tasks, consistent with the skills and expertise, as required in non-routine circumstances. Child Safeguarding - The Web Developer shall ensure that the Child Safeguarding/Child Protection Policy is mainstreamed in his/her activities in the implementation of Web developer objectives in the Organization; Requirements - A bachelor’s degree in web development, information technology, computer science, or a similar field - 5-7 years’ experience with Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft SQL Server - Excellent knowledge of object oriented programming OOP - Excellent knowledge of .NET and C#, and Web Services, REST API - Excellent Knowledge in CSS, HTML, JavaScript - Basic understanding of MVC patterns and object-relational mapping - Microsoft certification in .NET and web applications - Kentico CMS skills - Fluent in English - Willingness to work in cross-continental teams Organizational Competencies - Commitment - Responsibility - Confidence - Boldness Area Competencies - Customer Orientation - Achievement orientation Job Competencies - Analytical Thinking - Teamwork - Concern for Order, Quality and Accuracy - Communication Skills - Ability to solve problems   We offer The opportunity to work in one of the largest International Non-Profit Organisations in Social development, Humanitarian action Child and Youth Care, in a position with a varied scope of tasks and responsibilities directly impacting on the development of the organisation in achieving its strategic goals To contribute to our meaningful mission: “We build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures and we share in the development of their communities   How to Apply If you believe you are the right candidate for the above position, please send us a cover letter, your detailed curriculum vitae (CV) -including at least three traceable referees- and photocopies of academic certificates as ONE document. Applications should be submitted electronically through Icims. Applications open on23rd November,2022and will close on07th December,2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is found. Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. Applications that do not have a cover letter, CV or certificates attached will be disqualified. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Function
Fund Development
Region
Eastern & Southern Africa
Additional Locations KE-Nairobi
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Regional Institutional Partnership Development(IPD)Coordinator (Job Ref: IPD Coord./ SOS/2022 Position title: Regional IPD Coordinator Working location: Nairobi Direct Supervisor: Institutional Partnership Development Advisor Region: Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF)   Established in 1949, SOS Children's Villages International (CVI) is a dynamic, international social development organization working globally to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children without parental care and those who are at the risk of losing it. The Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF) region of SOS CV International is headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It also has a branch office in Nairobi. It has member associations (MA’s) in Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia/Somaliland, Djibouti, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Lesotho, Eswatini, Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius, Angola and Madagascar. We are searching for a vibrant, thorough, energetic candidate experienced in working with grant management systems, scoping for institutional donor funding opportunities and funding pipeline management to join our organization as a Regional Institutional Partnership Development Coordinator. The successful candidate will support in maintaining our grants management system to ensure data quality; analyze, synthesize and report on performance on a monthly quarterly basis; scope for funding opportunities and manage a funding pipeline for the region ESAF By joining us, you will enjoy competitive remuneration; work with a diverse and motivated team and enjoy a conducive work environment. You will have extensive travel in the region and beyond as you work with a global team to drive growth of income and diversify public grant portfolio in the region through grant acquisition and management. You will play a critical role in building the capacity of the ESAF regional office and cluster countries in grant acquisition and effective grant management. The position will be offered for an initial one-year, renewable.   Mission of the position: The Institutional Partnership Coordinator will manage our grant management system, scope for funding opportunities and manage our pipeline in order to significantly diversify and increase the financial resources available to scale our impact   Key performance areas and main responsibilities: Research and Fund Analysis - Monitor funding trends and advise on priorities based on available data; - Scope for funding opportunities from various online sources and provide information to MA’s. Track published opportunities; - Analyze calls for proposal and advise relevant MAs to apply to the opportunities; - Carry out desk-based market data collection and analysis and share with relevant colleagues and partners, - Maintain a funding pipeline for anticipated calls for proposals, ongoing applications and submitted applications Grant Management and Monitoring - Regularly monitor and oversee the data quality in ProDIGI (grant management system), and liaise directly with the MAs to update the records; - Lead the training of new Regional and MA IPD colleagues on ProDIGI; - Where necessary, support NAs to create a new ProDIGI records and update existing records to ensure all records are up-to-date; - Lead data cleaning tasks for Grants-related projects in ProDIGI as assigned from the International Office; - Represent ESAF IPD by attending monthly ProDIGI Key Users meetings; - Inform IOR IPD colleagues and MAs on the latest updates and changes in ProDIGI; - Coordinate the approvals of MOUs and Partnership Agreements, contract amendments and variations addendums, etc. Correspondence and Reporting - Communicate to MAs on fundraising investments available as required and monitor their expenditure; - Prepare timely reports on Strategic Federation Project (SFP6) actions for International Office; - Prepare timely reports on Co-Funding Mechanism for International Office; - Analyze, synthesize and report on ESAF IPD performance on a quarterly basis; Partnership and Networking - Organize, coordinate and lead the annual Regional IPD Network Meeting and draft the meeting report; - Undertake partner and competitor research, summarize partnering options, assist in the development of pre-bid agreements. - Support the coordination of Regional partnership meetings - Scope and share networking opportunities such as relevant thematic events, donor meetings and stakeholder forums that SOS can participate in Requirements - We are looking for a candidate with a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience in grant management systems, scoping for funding opportunities and management of funding pipelines - A Degree in from a recognized University - Ability to work under pressure with minimal supervision to meet tight deadlines - A good team player, innovative and creative, demonstrating high professional standards - Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment We offer The opportunity to work in one of the largest International Non-Profit Organisations in Social development, Humanitarian action Child and Youth Care, in a position with a varied scope of tasks and responsibilities directly impacting on the development of the organisation in achieving its strategic goals To contribute to our meaningful mission: “We build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures and we share in the development of their communities   How to Apply If you believe you are the right candidate for the above position, please send us a cover letter, your detailed curriculum vitae (CV) -including at least three traceable referees- and photocopies of academic certificates as ONE document. Applications should be submitted electronically through Icims. Applications open on 20th September,2022 and will close on 04th October,2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is found. Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible.   Applications that do not have a cover letter, CV or certificates attached will be disqualified. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Function
Fund Development
Region
Eastern & Southern Africa