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Rwanda: Rwanda Industry Team Coordinator

Organization: Bridges to Prosperity
Country: Rwanda
Closing date: 31 May 2018

Position: Rwanda Industry Team Coordinator

Who are we:

Bridges to Prosperity is an international NGO that works to provide safe access to education, health and economic development through the construction of footbridges over impassable rivers. Our mission is to innovate, inspire and educate. Innovate through the development and sharing of engineering solutions that are safe, replicable and locally viable. Educate by providing educational programs that teach footbridge construction to reach the greatest number of people in need. Inspire by providing opportunities for leadership development and personal growth through international collaboration.

Position Description:

We are seeking a motivated, dynamic and highly capable Industry Team Coordinator to support our International Partner Program. As the Logistics Coordinator, you will be responsible for coordinating all ground logistics for visiting teams of international volunteers. You will act as the main contact between B2P, the local communities and the incoming international brigades. The ideal candidate would be a professional with an interest in international development who thrives in a team environment.


  • Represent the B2P organization and its mission to local and international partners
  • Respond to requests for information prior to the team’s arrival via email, telephone, or Whatsapp
  • Understand each bridge site and community and be able to articulate this to the international team
  • Drive the overall Industry Team travel experience, creating a unique and memorable experience for team members, with the ultimate goal of renewing industry sponsorships through positive team member travel experiences
  • Promote B2P’s culture of safety and quality both on and off of the bridge site
  • Cultivate relationships with B2P partners who travel to Rwanda including Industry Partners, Rotary Clubs, and other donors
  • Manage a team of on-site Industry Liaisons


  • Lead all preparation and review calls for International Industry Teams including preparing PowerPoint presentations for the calls
  • Other general tasks as requested


  • Support the B2P Rwanda Program Manager, Program Coordinator, and Manager of Programs (HQ) to prepare the arrival of the International Industry Team including accommodation, meals, vehicle hire, and site preparation
  • Coordinate with on-site liaison to organize activities between local community and International Industry Team
  • Interpret between International Industry Team members, B2P team, Local Government and local community members


  • 5+ years of experience in hospitality or tourism
  • Fluent written and spoken English and Kinyarwanda
  • Experience using Microsoft Office and Email
  • Professional and details-oriented communication and organizational skills
  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Creative, energetic and self-motivated, with a proven track record of taking initiative and problem solving
  • Passion for B2P’s mission and international non-profit work
  • Driver’s License


This is a Rwanda based position with a starting salary of ~$600/month – depending on experience.


This is a full-time position that requires the successful candidate to be based in Kigali, Rwanda during office hours as well as travelling to remote locations when required. All in-country work related travel is covered by the organization.

Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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Rwanda: International Consultancy to document the Child Protection Programme, UNICEF Rwanda, 7 Months.

Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Rwanda
Closing date: 15 Apr 2018

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.

Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

And we never give up.


UNICEF is one of a key partner for the Government of Rwanda in the area of Child Protection. The current country programme began in 2013 and is due to come to an end in 2018. The UNICEF Child Protection Programme in Rwanda is beginning to consolidate its role in programme implementation, across sectors and with key partners among UN agencies, NGOs and civil society.

Among the key steps taken on behalf of Rwandanchildren in recent years are the establishment of the National Commission forChildren, which is dedicated to the promotion and protection of children’s rights;and the launch of a Strategy for National Child Care Reform, which aims at transforming Rwanda’s current child care and protection system into a family-based, family strengthening system whose resources (both human and financial) are primarily targeted at supporting vulnerable families to remain together and promoting positive Rwandan social values that encourage all Rwandans and their

communities to take responsibility for vulnerable children. The entry point for the implementation of the Strategy for National Child Care Reform is the placement of children from orphanages and other residential care facilities into families through the flagship Tubarerere Mu Muryango/Let’s raise children in families Programme.

UNICEF is among the Government of Rwanda’s key partners in preventing andresponding to neglect, abandonment, violence and exploitation, with a particular focuson the most vulnerable, including children without parental care and children withdisabilities.

UNICEF’s mandate and responsibilities in child protection have increased over the last decade, implemented through the pillars of the Child Protection Strategy that sets out approaches to systems strengthening, promoting positive social change, emergency preparedness and response. ÂProgramming for child protection seeks to strengthen systems across social sectors that respond to and help prevent protection-related risks. This includes a specific focus on child protection system and referrals made to social protection, health, and justice systems.

Since 2013, the following are some of the key achievements made in the UNICEF Child Protection Programme in Rwanda:

  • UNICEF with funding from USAID/DCOF provided technical and financial support to the National Commission for Children to implement the Tubarerere Mu Muryangoprogramme (‘Let’s Raise Children in Families’). Over 2,900 children who were livingin orphanages have been reintegrated into family-based care;
  • UNICEF supported the capacity-building and deployment of a cadreof 68 social workers and psychologists, who now represent the first-everGovernment of Rwanda-led social service workforce in the country;
  • A new cadre of 29,674 community-based para-professionals (Inshuti z’Umuryango, or‘Friends of the Family’) was established in 2015, with continuing support fromUNICEF, and tasked with the provision of child and family protection services atthe village level;
  • UNICEF supported the adoption of the Justice for Children Policy, which has ledto a more child-friendly justice system for children in contact or conflict with the law.
  • More than 5,000 children who were victims of abuse and gender-basedviolence have received free assistance through the Isange One Stop Centres,an innovative country-led response to violence and abuse. The centres, whichUNICEF helped to establish, provide a range of comprehensive services,including medical care, psychosocial support and police and legal assistance;
  • UNICEF helped to strengthen preparedness for and capacity to respondto cross-border movements of children related to emergencies and childtrafficking;
  • UNICEF is a key participant in the National Partnership for Children withDisabilities, which was established to effectively coordinate services andprogrammes targeting children with disabilities;
  • UNICEF in collaboration with With the Ministry of Health, Rwanda Biomedical Center, and the Center for Disease Control, finalized the technical report for Violence against Children and Youth Survey (VACYS), assessing the national prevalence of physical, sexual and emotional violence against children and youth aged 13 to 24. Findings are currently being validated.
  • UNICEF Child Protection Programme has participated in a significant number of programmes that have had considerable achievements within this country programme, however UNICEF has not sufficiently engaged in documenting these achievements/lessons learnt. The lack of documentation means that specific successes and lessons learnt cannot be properly recorded and shared for the purposes of learning as well as showcasing the good work done in Rwanda.


    The objective of this consultancy is to document selected key programmes and achievements from the current country programme for the purposes of sharing lessons learnt, showcasing the achievements in Rwanda and advocacy for future resource mobilization for child protection.

    This consultancy will contribute specifically to outcome 3 of the UNICEF Rwanda Country Programme Revised Results structure 2014-2018 which is as follows:

    Outcome 3 – Girls and boys, especially the most vulnerable are protected from violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect within an evidence informed child protection system.


    Given the fact that UNICEF Child Protection Programme has advanced and had a lot of success in the implementation, and that UNICEF Rwanda is heading towards the end of the country programme, it is timely to consolidate all our interventions through various documentation in order to show case the success of the programme. This consultancy aims to document existing good practices on child protection programmes for the current country programme cycle. The consultant will be tasked to develop a selected number of deliverables on a range of protection issues and programming areas.

    The consultant will be tasked to document the best practices and lessons learned during the TMM programme implementation cycle in the form of narrative, programme briefs and case stories, for showcasing to a wide spectrum of audience. The following programme areas will be prioritized:

  • Documentation on the National Child Care Reform;
  • The process of deinstitutionalization; and
  • Curriculum Development and training of the social workforce.
  • Furthermore, the consultant will be tasked to have a critical review of each programme area from desk review of programme documents and key informant interviews of various implementing partners and document the success of each area in a manner that is clear and succinct. The Programmes documented will be done in partnership with relevant actors such as government of Rwanda, donors and academic institutions. The guiding reference on the progress of the TMM Programme will be the TMM Programme Evaluation Report . The consultant is expected to review the long TMM Programme Summative evaluation and draft a summary document of not exceeding 20 pages.

    The documentation will be used for different targeted audience such as our Government counter parts at national and sub-national levels, donors, other UNICEF country offices within and outside the Africa Region. Various Programme documents used by the UNICEF Child Protection Programme in Rwanda will provide the frame of reference for programme documentation throughout the assignment. Furthermore, consultation with UNICEF Child Protection partners will also be another resource that should not go untapped in order to get a broader perspective of the collaborations that contributed to the achievement of different Child Protection results for children.Â

    To that end, UNICEF is hiring an international individual Consultant. The consultancy is for seven (7) months; the consultant will report to the Chief of Child Protection and will receive regular technical guidance from the Child Protection Specialist.

    Specific tasks and expected deliverables

    The incumbent will be accountable for the following tasks:

  • Review existing programme documents, reports, evaluations and other relevant documents from the Child Protection Programme;
  • Draft a 20 pager summary report of the TMM Evaluation;
  • Conduct interviews with a defined number of government stakeholders, civil society partners, key child protection and other programme staff in UNICEF Rwanda. Interviews can be conducted in Kigali or outside of Kigali. Adequate briefing to the staff and partners on the multi-sectoral approach to Child Protection will be important; otherwise there is a risk of not capturing a range of promising practices;
  • Outreach to other UN agencies, NGOs, Orphanage Managers and Social line Ministries doing similar work related to child protection to elicit key lessons that can be incorporated into the documentation. This will generate insights into how the collaboration between UNICEF and partners has contributed to the success of the child protection programme.
  • Expected deliverables include:

    Draft Summary report on the TMM Programme Summative Evaluation.

  • Narrative on the strategy for National Child Care Reform and how this catalyzed the development of the Child Protection system in Rwanda focusing on lessons learnt and success factors.
  • Two programme briefs aimed at stakeholders engaged in development on: The TMM Tubarerere mu Muryango programme (Let’s raise children in families) which includes the de-institutionalization process, and building the social workforce including the development of a national social work curriculum.
  • Five case studies from the TMM programme.
  • UNICEF Accountability

  • With support from the UNICEF Rwanda Communication, Advocacy and Partnership Section, ensure correct usage of UNICEF and Government of Rwanda brand in all the deliverables.
  • Reporting and time-bound output/product

    Tasks and deliverables




    One inception report outlining a clear methodology, time frame, list of key stakeholders to meet and final checklist and the content of themes and topics to be documented as best practices/lessons/case stories/programme briefs.

    To be proposed by Consultant


    Draft summary of the TMM Programme summative evaluation report.

  • Review the long technical TMM Programme Summative Evaluation and develop a 20 pages’ summary report, written in a succinct manner. The summary report is expected to be published and posted on the UNICEF website.
  • One paper on the overall best practices & lessons learned on implementing the strategy for National Child Care Reform.

    Two programme briefs:

  • TMM programme including de-institutionalization of Children living in orphanages to family based care;
  • Building the social workforce, including curricula development and training.
  • Five case studies:

  • Successful placement of a child from an orphanage to a foster family;
  • A child reunited with their biological family;
  • A young adult who has been supported to live independently in the community;
  • Reintegration of a child with disability in a family;
  • Importance of post-placement follow up by the social service workforce.
  • One power-point presentation on the different deliverables outlined above for use during internal (UNICEF) and the national validation and dissemination workshops




    ÂIncorporating comments from the validation meeting and providing the Final deliverables- Summary evaluation, programme briefs and case studies.




    Supervision and place of work

    The consultant may be located anywhere in the world; there will be two in country travels required for this assignment including travel to the field outside of Kigali specially to document the case studies. UNICEF will ensure that all steps are taken to find an office for the consultant’s accommodation during the in-country mission.

    The consultant will work under the supervision of the Chief of Child Protection who will provide with relevant guidance on the consultancy assignment and in close collaboration with the Child Protection Specialist managing the child care reform process.

    Payment schedule

    Payments are tied to deliverables and subject to satisfactory certification of services provided.

    Desired background and experience

    1. Education

    Advanced university degree, preferably in social sciences, communication, or another relevant field.

    2. Work Experience

    Minimum ten years of professional work experience at national and international levels in documentation with good knowledge on UNICEF programmes especially child protection and communication for development. Familiarity with the UN system. Prior experience of working in the East African region is an advantage.

    3. Language Proficiency

    Spoken and written fluency in English. Fluency in French is an asset.

    4.Key competences, technical background, and experience required

  • Extensive experience writing and documenting strategy and programme documents with ability to use different formats e.g. briefs, case studies, lessons learnt, and reports.
  • Experience in compiling good practices documents on development issues.Â
  • Good knowledge of Child Protection Programmes.
  • Familiarity with sensitivity and implication in communicating child protection data.
  • Excellent writing and analytical skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to promote collaboration and consensus building.
  • Knowledge and skills in the area of communication for development interventions with specific consideration to cultural/country context.

    Technical proposal – 70%

    Financial proposal – 30%

    The minimum technical threshold required to be considered is set at 50% for the technical evaluation.


    The consultant will work from home majority of the time and will be expected to have two in country missions to Rwanda. The consultant will use his (her) own computer. The consultancy fees, living allowances and travel cost will be included in the negotiated lump sum.

    Technical and Financial proposals should be submitted detailing the costs of the consultancy and how the work is going to be carried out. The shortlisting criteria and weighting between technical and financial proposal is as follows:


    Qualified candidates are requested to submit a cover letter justifying their interest and suitability for the assignment, resume/CV and P-11 form (http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/P11.doc). In addition, a brief technical proposal (not more than five pages) and a financial proposal (all-inclusive lump sum) is required as part of the application submission.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

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    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=511968

    Help a Child,Finance Officer Jobs Vacancy

    Job Description


    Help a Child (HaC) is a Christian international NGO specialized in community development with its headquarters in the Netherlands and operating in Rwanda since 2008. Founded in 1968, HaC’s mission is to improve the wellbeing of children living in poverty and crisis through su

    pportive communities. Principal sources of income are child & family
    sponsorship, foundations and institutional donors. HaC’s strategy is to empower marginalized children, youth, parents and the broader community and other stakeholders, mainly through a Self Help Group approach. Main interventions are focused at early childhood development, education, (agricultural) vocational training and economic development, with special attention for the position of girls and women, and children’s

    Job Purpose: The Finance Officer performs a key supporting role in our organisation. S/he is responsible for managing all financial records and providing daily administration and financial support to the Country Program Director and Program Managers. The Finance Officer will ensure staff and implementing partner organizations adhere to the established processes for making expenses in accordance with the approved budgets. The Finance Officer will code financial bookings and ensure they are registered on the right accounts so that regular and accurate reports can be produce which track expenditures against the budget. Next to these responsibilities, the Finance Officer will be the key person to support the national and international team in all sorts of office management and administrative tasks such as arranging travel logistics, organizing files, maintaining files, preparing for meetings and trainings, etc. These responsibilities are essential for the Rwanda country office to have accurate, consistent administrative and financial systems as well as efficient performance of the program.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Financial Administration

    • Coordinate with Head Office financial team to learn protocols, procedures, and web-based financial system (Pluriform)
    •   Ensure that employees adhere to the established processes for submitting expenses and that they are coded correctly in accordance with the budget
    • Promptly follow up on accounts payable to receive invoices and make payments to suppliers
    • Prepare payroll and tax payments in due time
    • Enter bookings in the financial system
    • Perform bank reconciliations for all bank accounts and monitor bank balances
    • Manage petty cash and follow procedures for cash handling
    • Produce monthly financial reports for the Country team to review
    • Assist the Country Program Director in creating and updating financial forms and procedures to ensure the office adheres to Head Office and general standards for financial accountability
    • Review implementing partner organizations’ annual budgets and bi-annual financial reports to check the logic of amounts used and identify any calculation errors
    • Perform spot checks of partners’ financial systems at field offices and give guidance on how they can improve
    • Perform ad hoc analyses as requested by the Country Program Director

    Office Administration

    • Receive and screen visitors to the office, assisting them with enquiries and directing them appropriately
    • Organize all office files and ensure they are up-to-date and that relevant records can be easily found
    • Manage the office calendar and maintain an overview of daily activities of the core team
    • Assist in domestic travel/transport arrangements for staff and visitors in Rwanda, including domestic airline tickets, vehicle use, accommodation, and meals
    • Assist in international travel arrangements for staff and visitors to Rwanda
    •  Monitor office supplies and gather quotations for both consumable and durable items, as needed
    • Update the office asset register when new items are purchased an on an annual basis
    •  Provide administrative assistance and logistical support for workshops and meetings; work with the relevant officers, to ensure booking of venue and availability of all materials and equipment required
    • Organize management meetings, prepare the agenda with country director and take minutes

    Human Resources

    • Assist in maintaining accurate and up-to-date employee records – personnel files, performance reviews, leave tracking, etc.
    •  Ensure staff are entering required information into the web-based system (Pluriform) – i.e. writing time and making leave requests
    • Assist in recruitment logistics – advertising positions, responding to applicants, arranging interviews, checking references, etc.


    1.  Minimum Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or related field

    2.  Excellent knowledge and experience in MS Office packages, especially Excel

    3.  Training in financial software, such as QuickBooks

    4.  Minimum 2 years experience in financial administration

    5.  Excellent communication, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills

    6.  Strong analytical and problem solving skills

    7.  Fluent in Kinyarwanda and English (oral and written)

    Location: Kigali, Rwanda

    Reports to: Country Program Director

    Value Proposition:

    HaC offers the opportunity to become part of an ambitious, Child centred and Christian International NGO with a dedicated team of professionals motivated to maximize impact. HaC offers a fair pay and benefits package that is justifiable to our donors. Furthermore, you will be offered a fixed term contract for the first year. Depending on your performance and fit with the staff, the contract will be extended

    How to Apply:

    Interested candidates are kindly invited to send a cover letter and resume (both in English) at the latest on February 28th, 2018 to vacancies@hacrwanda.org .  In your cover letter please reflect on your motivation for wanting to become part of the HaC organization. This includes a reflection on HaC being a Child centred and Christian organization.

    For more information please contact us at info@hacrwanda.org. An (e-) assessment will be part of the selection process. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Help a Child is committed to keep children safe. All staff are required to sign and adhere to the Help a Child’s Child Safeguarding Policy. Recruitment is subject to successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks.

    University of Sussex Graduate Scholarship for International Students

    The University of Sussex is inviting applications for Sussex Graduate Scholarship Program for full-time taught masters degree courses. The scholarships are available to all University of Sussex undergraduates (UK, EU and non-EU) who graduate in 2018 and progress immediately onto an eligible full-time masters course in 2018.
    The University of Sussex is a leading higher education and research institution near Brighton, in the south of England. Sussex
    was the first of the new wave of UK universities founded in the 1960s, receiving its Royal Charter in 1961.
    The University is delighted to offer an unlimited number of scholarships to encourage high achieving Sussex undergraduates to stay with us to study for a Masters degree.
    There are three different levels of English required for postgraduate study at Sussex, depending on your chosen course. In terms of IELTS, the standard requirement is IELTS 6.5 overall, with at least 6.0 in each section.

    Scholarship Description:

    • Application deadline: September 24, 2018
    • Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing full-time master’s studies.
    • Study Subject: The scholarship relates to all full-time taught Masters degree courses at the University of Sussex (e.g. MA, MSc, LLM).
      List of Subjects: All courses offered at master’s  level excluding -Postgraduate diplomas (including Common Professional Examination (CPE), Law and Economics)
      -Masters degrees in Social Work (if receiving a bursary)
      -Social Work post qualifying Masters degrees
      -PGCE courses and schools direct teaching courses
      -MSc Automotive Engineering
      -MA degrees in IDS apart from MA Gender and Development and MSc in Climate Change and Development
      -Masters degrees at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School;
      -In addition, masters students funded by the research councils (e.g. those receiving ESRC 1+3 funding are not eligible).
    • Scholarship Award: The scholarship of either £5,000 or £3,500 will be awarded as a tuition fee reduction when applicants register.
    • Number of Scholarships: Not Known
    • Nationality: UK, EU and international students
    • Scholarship can be taken in the UK

    Eligibility for the Scholarship:

    Eligible Countries: The scholarships are available to UK, EU and international students.
    Entrance Requirements: 

    • All University of Sussex undergraduates (UK, EU and non-EU) who graduate in 2018 and progress immediately onto an eligible full-time Masters course in 2018 are eligible;
    • You must apply for a Masters course and receive and accept an offer of a place;
    • To be eligible for a £5,000 scholarship you must graduate with a first-class honours degree;
    • To be eligible for a £3,500 scholarship you must graduate with an upper second-class honours degree;
    • You must meet all the University’s general entrance requirements.

    English Language Requirements: In terms of IELTS, the standard requirement is IELTS 6.5 overall, with at least 6.0 in each section. However, for some degrees there is a higher-level requirement of IELTS 7.0 overall, with not less than 6.5 in each section and, for courses in mathematics and physics, a lower requirement of IELTS 6.0 overall, with 6.0 in each section.

    Application Procedure:

    Applicants need to submit the following documents:

    • Personal statement
    • Transcripts (either student’s final transcript if available or a transcript of their grades so far)
    • Degree certificate(s) (if available)
    • At least one academic reference (or provide contact details for their referees and they will email them). If student previously studied or are currently studying in the UK, they must supply a reference from their most recent UK university
    • Resume/CV (recommended)

    How to Apply:

    You must apply for admission to an eligible Masters course via the University’s PG Apply online application system. If you are made an offer of a place, there will be an online scholarship declaration on PG Apply as part of the acceptance process. This online declaration will appear from January 2018 and you must submit this declaration before you register on your chosen Masters, in order to receive the scholarship.
    Online Application
    Scholarship Link

    Health Poverty Action,Rwanda Country Director Jobs Vacancy

    Closing date: 04 Mar 2018

    Rwanda Country Director

    Health Poverty Action is seeking a Country Director with a passion for health justice to fully manage the programme, to represent the organisation in all matters within the country, and to develop/maintain excellent relationships with the Rwanda Government, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS), partners, donors and other key stakeholders. S/he will also develop new initiatives on behalf of HPA in Rwanda, seeking funds as required.

    Main Functions of Post:

    1. Provides overall management for ongoing Projects in Rwanda ensuring good financial and general management of Projects and staff.
    2. Develops and implements a country strategy which is consistent with HPA’s global vision/mission/strategy, and which includes identification and development of new Project initiatives for Rwanda.
    3. Represents HPA in Rwanda in the promotion of excellent relationships with central and local government departments, international organizations, other NGO’s and in-country donors. Seeks opportunities to influence policy and raises funds for HPA Projects from in-country donors.
    4. Maintains communication with HPA London on Project development, funding, financial matters and social/economic/political developments in Rwanda that may affect current/future HPA operations.

    How to apply:

    Application forms need to be submitted to personnel@healthpovertyaction.org by Sunday 4th March 23.59 PM UK time. Late submissions will not be considered.

    International Organization for Migration (IOM),Drivers Jobs Vacancies


    Open to External and Internal Candidates

    Position Title     : Driver (2 positions)

    Organizational Unit        : Resource Management Department

    Duty Station       : IOM Kigali, Rwanda

    Classification     staff): General Service Staff, Grade G2 (UN salary Scale for GS

    Type of Appointment    : Special fixed term, nine (9) months with possibility of extension

    Estimated Start Date      : As soon as possible

    Closing Date      : February 25, 2018

    Reference Code               : VN2018/03 – RW

    Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

    IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. Internal and external candidates are eligible to apply to this vacancy. For the purpose of the vacancy, internal candidates are considered as first-tier candidates.


    Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission and under the direct supervision of the Resource Management Officer the incumbent will be responsible and accountable for office car driving, maintenance and other logistical activities.

    Core Functions / Responsibilities:

    1. Drive IOM vehicles and execute tasks as assigned by the supervisor.
    2. Follow the rules and regulations of driving IOM vehicles at all times.
    3. Ensure the safety and security of vehicle, staff and cargo, ensuring that road discipline and traffic rules are observed.
    4. Manage the day-to-day maintenance of the assigned vehicle to ensure roadworthiness before departure. This includes daily check of tyres, brakes, engine oil, fan belt, etc. Ensure cleanliness of the vehicle at all times.
    5. Fill in the inspection sheet of vehicle status and share with the supervisor. Report promptly any defects or malfunctioning of the vehicle that requires immediate attention.
    6. Ensure that in case of accident, supervisors and UNDSS are informed and a police report is obtained. In no case should the driver accept responsibility.
    7. Maintain the vehicle road log sheet including the fuel status and oil changing at all times.
    8. Collect mail and deliver various documents as planned by the supervisor
    9. Maintaining a checklist of spares, jack, toolbox to ensure care and accountability.
    10. Ensuring that the keys are returned to the safe at the end of the day.
    11. Keeping track of service, insurance and registration dates and alerting the supervisor well in advance.
    12. Making weekly reports on vehicle status to be shared with the supervisor.
    13. Take the vehicle to pre-identified maintenance workshops and follow up on maintenance performed and make sure vehicle is repaired to standard and without any delay.
    14. Keep proper records on consumables used and maintenance performed for each vehicle.
    15. Makes sure all vehicles are having the appropriate equipment and tools by Rwandan Law, and by MOSS.
    16. Perform such other duties as may be assigned

    Required Qualifications and Experience


    Completion of High School education/diploma with two years continuous driving experience, preferably with an international organisation


    • Valid Driving License (B, D class)
    • Possession of a recent certificate of good conduct from Police
    • Basic knowledge of computers especially on Microsoft office such as word, excel and outlook is required
    • Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills
    • Flexible in terms of working hours
    • Basic knowledge of vehicle maintenance and repairs
    • Good knowledge of routes within Rwanda
    • Good knowledge and working experience with VHF and HF Radios. Languages

    Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of French and Kinyarwanda is an added advantage

    Required Competencies


    • Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms
    • Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders
    • Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others
    • Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience
    • Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others.
    • Professionalism – displays mastery of subject matter
    • Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation.


    Appointment will be subject to certification by the Organization’s (IOM’s) Medical Officer, based on medical examination(s), that the candidate is medically fit for appointment and verification of residency, visa and authorizations by the Government of Rwanda, where applicable.

    This application is open to all Rwandese citizen and any other foreign national as long as such an applicant has a right of residence and right to work in Rwanda at the time of application (IOM will not be responsible in securing such Visas or authorisations from the Government of Rwanda, any applicant of foreign nationality must provide authentic certification from Government of Rwanda in regards to right of residency and right to work in Rwanda at the time of application). Any non-Rwandese citizen must attach a copy of their residence/work permit in Rwanda.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications to iomrwandarecruitment@iom.int by February 25, 2018 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

    The subject of your e-mail MUST indicate the Position title and reference code.

    In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM will only accept applications which should include a cover letter (not more than one page) and résumé (CV) highlighting the required education and experience

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Posting period:

    From 12.02.2018 to 25.02.2018

    Rwanda: Public Health Officer

    Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
    Country: Rwanda
    Closing date: 21 Feb 2018

    UNHCR Position under UNOPS contract Duration of Contract: 01/04/2018-31/12/2018


    UNHCR Operation in Rwanda manages an active refugee population of 159,359 refugees individually registered. Of these, over 74,000 are refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo and over 84,000 are from Burundi who have been arriving in the country since April 2015 due to the unstable situation in their country of origin. 145,000 refugees are hosted in three protracted refugee camps, namely Nyabiheke, Gihembe and Kiziba as well as three newly established refugee camps, namely Kigeme, Mugombwa and Mahama. All refugee in camps have access to basic services including shelter, primary health care, vaccination, reproductive health services, nutrition support etc., and access to water and sanitation facilities has been ensured. There is a viable HIS system operates in each camp location.The Public Health Officer will be based in the Kigali Branch Office, carrying out direct oversight functions for the Health Sector in all camps, urban settings and transit centres in Rwanda. As such, s/he will develop and ensure proper implementation of policies and procedures, provide technical support to the IP medical staff in each location, and act as UNHCR's liaison with the Ministry of Health. As UNHCR's representative in the health sector, s/he will provide background and technical input for visiting delegations, regional initiatives, and domestic strategic programs impacting the health of refugees.


    (1) Ensure, in close collaboration with other humanitarian actors, that public health, reproductive health, HIV and nutritional services provided to refugees are based upon Ministry of Health, UNHCR and/or internationally recognized and most up-to-date standards and policies. This includes:

    • Establish and/or adapting UNHCR internal guidelines and procedures to streamline inputs and improve efficiency of program activities through integrated public health response also taking into account crucial services such as water and sanitation.

    • Promote applied research and program evaluation to enable the identification of gaps in program implementation and standards, and to further promote evidence-based activities and guidance.

    • Identify gaps and overlaps in programming, address unmet needs, and orient existing activities to address priority public health issues.

    • Promote inter-sectoral coordination outside and within UNHCR in all matters related to public health and nutrition programs.

    • Undertake needs and resources assessments with Governments and partners in order to prioritize needs and activities in provision of services to refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR.

    • Standardize approaches to disease control related to cross-border population movements between UNHCR country offices and between UNHCR and health partners and other UN bodies. This may involve travel within the region to ensure proper cross-border coordination of disease prevention and control activities.

    (2) Monitor and evaluate country-level public health and nutrition programs against standard UNHCR and international indicators to ensure that programs are evidence-based and implemented in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner. This includes:

    • Active involvement in all aspects of program monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on checking levels of implementation and impact vis-à-vis resource inputs to measure cost-effectiveness and re-orient the programs as appropriate.

    • Monitor health and nutrition programs with emphasis on organization and use of the HIS system; application of standard guidelines and protocols; and comprehensiveness of health and nutrition programs. This will be accomplished via regular site visits, flow of information (reporting), use of health sector monitoring systems, conventional/non-conventional surveys and evaluation studies, data analysis and interpretation, and the support of periodic nutrition surveys.– Oversight of medical referrals, ensuring compliance with UNHCR guidelines and local standard of care.

    (3) Support capacity building initiatives so that refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR, UNHCR and its partners acquire the needed knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility and ownership of programs. This includes: supporting health and nutrition focal points and coordinators to develop training plans, organize and act as resource persons in workshops and training both in-service (formal) and on the job (coaching); sharing with local and international partners relevant guidelines and information materials on refugee health including reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and nutrition; supporting the establishment of Refugee Health, HIV and Nutrition Committees to enable their active participation in process of health, HIV and nutrition planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation; advocating, informing, and communicating amongst stakeholders to ensure that the health and nutritional needs of refugees and other PoCs are addressed and appropriately Documented/disseminated among government, UN agencies, implementing/operational partners, and donor communities.

    (4)Ensure refugees have access to HIV treatment and care services complying the national standards; UNHCR is recipient of a grant for Global Fund to finance support Burundian refugees acceess to treatment. UNHCR is also in discussions with the government on integration of refugees in the national program grant. The Public Health Officer will closely engage in the negotiation process. (5) Urban refugees will be included in the national health insurance program. The Public health officer will facilitate the process of integration of refugees in health services and discussions on strategy and scope of the health insurance program including possible expansion to the camp based refugees. (6) Coordinate and carryout core sectoral assessments and engage in multifunctional team monitoring; Standard Expanded Nutrition Serveys (SENS) and Joint Assessment Missions (JAM).


    Regularly scheduled Briefing Notes on the Health/Nutrition/Reproductive Health Sector for the Program section and senior management.

    • Periodic evaluations by Regional Senior Public Health Officer.

    • Bimonthly reports on Coordination meetings with IP medical and nutrition staff.

    • Health/Nutrition/Reproductive Health-related inputs on all UNHCR Rwanda reporting and planning exercises (e.g. Mid-Year Report, Annual Report, COP, etc.).

    • Successful completion of professional development and skill-building programs through UNHCR Global Learning Center as recommended by senior management.

    • Participation in regional and sector-specific workshops within UNHCR, representing the Rwanda operation.

    •Development of SOP and policy documents as per the needs of the operation.



    A clinical background (nurse or MD) with postgraduate training in Public Health.

    Work Experience:

    At least 7 years of relevant experience in progressively responsible functions, including at least 5 years in an international capacity. Experience in emergency settings would be an asset.

    Key competencies:

    Knowledge of public health, nutrition and HIV in humanitarian emergencies;

    • Knowledge of the latest developments and technology in public health, nutrition, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS;

    • Proven technical and managerial competence in public health programing;

    • Ability to promote good working relationships among colleagues, supervisors, and those persons s/he supervises;

    • Ability for analytical and creative thinking for rapid solutions;

    • Good communicator with strong interpersonal and negotiation skills to deal with S/M of different cultural and educational backgrounds; • Extremely high ethical and professional standards.

    How to apply:

    Please send your application letter and CV to the UNHCR Public Health Section at hqphn@unhcr.org

    with in title of your Email : "ICA Public Health Officer – Kigali, Rwanda".

    Thank you.

    STECOMA-Syndicat des Travailleurs des Entreprises de Construction, Menuserie et Artisanat,Supply and delivery of carpentry consumables for the assessment of carpenter

    STECOMA-Syndicat des Travailleurs des Entreprises de Construction, Menuserie et Artisanat

    Kigali, January 30th, 2018


    1. STECOMA is a registered trade union of workers from all enterprises, cooperatives and associations operating in the area of construction, Carpentry and Craft in Rwanda with 48,000 active members. STECOMA has received funding from GIZ to implement Recognition of Prior Learning in carpentry and part of the fund is earmarked to finance the provision of Supply of carpentry consumables for the assessment of carpenter.
    2. In the framework of implementing of Recognition of Prior Learning in carpentry programme, STECOMA invites interested Bidders to submit their bids for the supply and delivery of carpentry consumables for the assessment of carpenter.
    3. carpentry consumables for the assessment of carpenter.
    4. The list of the carpentry consumable may be obtained from January 31st, 2018 at 08:30 am during working day from STECOMA office located in Biryogo, Maison Trésor 2th floor, upon presentation of non-refundable fee of 10,000 Frw paid to the STECOMA account number 403-3776970-11 opened in BPR.
    5. All the bids shall be valid for a period of ninety calendar days (90 days) after their submission.
    6. Well printed bids, properly bound and presented in four copies one which is marked original must be submitted to STECOMA Secretariat located in Biryogo, Maison Trésor, 2th floor not later than 09th February 2018 at 09:30 am local time.

    Bids will be opened at the same day at STECOMA’s office, on 09th February 2018 at 10:00 a.m in the presence of the Bidders who wish to attend. The Outer envelope should clearly indicate the tender name, title and marked as follows: ″ Do not open except in the public session”

    6. The bidders for supply and delivery services are requested to provide the following documents:

    • Cover letter on the company letterhead,
    • Copy of company registration,
    • Copy of tax clearance certificate,
    • Copy of RSSB clearance certificate,
    • At least three contacts for references from organizations for which the bidder has successfully delivered similar items

    7. STECOMA reserves the right to accept or reject any bids, and to cancel the procurement process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of Contract, without obligation to inform the affected Bidder/s of the ground for STECOMA action.

    Secretary General


    Rwanda: Head of Administration and Finance

    Organization: Africa Humanitarian Action
    Country: Rwanda
    Closing date: 08 Jan 2018

    AHA is a pan-African international non-governmental organisation (INGO) providing effective humanitarian assistance to alleviate human suffering, building on the strength of African people to solve African problems. Founded in 1994 in response to the Rwandan genocide, AHA has supported more than 16 million people in 20 African countries to regain their health, dignity and well-being. Currently AHA works in 10 African countries, running programs in Capacity Development, Health Care, HIV/AIDS, Public Advocacy, Relief and Recovery, and Sexual and Gender-based Violence prevention.

    Under the direction and supervision of the Country Representative, the incumbent shall avail her/himself to the services of AHA and perform the following:

    Financial accounting and reporting

    • Ensure that adequate financial controls are in place to maintain propriety and proper accountability of expenditures;

    • Ensure the financial transactions are properly authorized, recorded, have adequate supporting documentation, filed, maintained and can be easily extracted for the purpose of preparing financial statements and financial audits;

    • Monitor budgets and expenditures, and contribute to preparation of budget revisions;

    • Ensure that all procurement process and expenditures of projects are in accordance with donor procedures;

    • Ensure that all transactions are recorded to the correct budget lines;

    • Assess actual needs against original budget projections to ensure that expenditures are cost effective;

    • Responsible for organizing administrative and logistical support for conferences, workshops, retreats;

    • Develop and maintain timely and accurate financial statements and reports that are appropriate for the users and in accordance with donor regulations;

    • Develop, implement, and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures;

    • Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organization are met including Charitable Status, Withholding Payments, Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax, Employer Health Tax;

    • Prepare all supporting information for the annual audit and liaise with the donor and the external auditors as necessary;

    • Document and maintain complete and accurate supporting information for all financial transactions;

    • Develop and maintain financial accounting systems for cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit control, and petty cash;

    • Reconcile bank accounts and submit monthly reports;

    • Review monthly results and implement monthly variance reporting;

    • Manage the cash flow and prepare cash flow forecasts in accordance with policy;

    • Oversee the bookkeeping function including maintenance of the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll;

    • Liaise with donors as appropriate;

    • Assist the Country Representative with financial reporting as required.

    Payroll preparation and administration

    • Oversee all payroll functions to ensure that employees are paid in a timely and accurate manner;

    • Process and submit statutory and benefits remittances on time.

    Budget preparation

    • Establish guidelines for budget and forecast preparation, and prepare the annual budget in consultation with the Country Representative;

    • Assist Program Directors and Project Managers with the preparation of budgets for funding applications.

    Project management accounting

    • Maintain financial records for each project in a manner that facilitates management reports;

    • Ensure that accurate and timely financial statements are prepared in accordance with contract agreements with funders;

    • Provide accurate and timely reporting on the financial activity of individual projects.

    Information technology

    • Evaluate the need for new technology to meet the organization's financial data processing, control, and reporting requirements;

    • Advise on appropriate technology that meets the organization's information requirements and financial resources.

    Risk management

    • Monitor risk management policies and procedures to ensure that program and organizational risks are minimized;

    • Advise the organization's leadership on appropriate insurance coverage for the organization;

    • Maximize income where possible and appropriate;

    • Negotiate with Bank for lines of credit or other financial services as required and appropriate.


    Under the general supervision of the Country Representative, the individual will beresponsible for the overall human resource and insures that the administrative needs of the AHA Rwanda Office according to the guidelines and procedures of the organization as well as requirements by donors and perform the following:

    • Serve as a link between management and employees to provide information about policies, job duties, working conditions, wages, opportunities for promotion, employee benefits, and helping to resolve work-related problems;

    • Coordinate the hiring process, including advertising, contacting candidates, interview coordination and preparation, as well as maintaining a database of candidates;

    • Provide support to Country Representative/Sr. Health & Program Coordinator on human resource management, including coordination of employment contracts, leave schedules, legal issues and registration documents;

    • Coordinate the process to obtain work permits and visas for international staff;

    • Advise leadership team in interpreting labor contracts, refereeing disputes, arbitrating staffing issues, or administering disciplinary procedures correctly to ensure compliance with local labor law and government regulations;

    • Ensure that the staff leave schedule is up to date and being tracked closely;

    • Represent organization at personnel-related hearings and investigations;

    • Support Country Representative/Sr. Health and Program Coordinator in providing guidance and advice for staff development and career paths including opportunities for professional development and training;

    • Maintain all personal files and other personnel records;

    • Support Country Representative/Sr. Health and Program Coordinator, Senior Management in development and implementation of HR policies including those related to performance management, crafting equitable and competitive compensation and benefits;

    • Maintain knowledge of and ensure compliance with employment-related laws and regulations;

    • Facilitate employee on-board including developing a new hire orientation plan;

    • Responsible for occupational health and safety in the workplace;

    • Serve as a resource for all team members by being available and accessible to discuss all human resource related issues;

    • Serve as a resource for all team leaders in handling employee issues and assist them in counseling employees, conducting evaluations, staff training, and problem solving;

    • Perform such other functions and tasks as superior may determine.


    • MA in Accounting or related field (Business Administration etc.);

    • Over 5 years of experience in Finance and Administration functions;

    • Experience with donor funded projects;

    • Free of all conflicts of interests that could endanger the integrity of the program;

    • Demonstrated experience in procurement and preparation of financial reports and budget variance analysis;

    • High integrity, strong result orientation, drive for excellence and takes initiative;

    • Excellent communication and analytical skills;

    • A team player and have client focus;

    • Good interpersonal skills and result orientation;

    • Ready to work at an intensive pace and under pressure;

    • Agree to work beyond normal working hours when required;

    • Fluency in English required, working knowledge of other language would be an added advantage;

    • Work experience with QuickBooks, Sage 50, MS Office applications is a must

    How to apply:

    Kindly send covering letter and CV to jobs@africahumanitarian.org with the subject line “Rwanda Head of Admin and Finance ”.

    Umuhuza,Temporary Finance Assistant Jobs vacancy

    JOB TITLE:  Temporary Finance Assistant 

    Umuhuza  Background:

    Umuhuza is a Non Governmental Organization founded in 2005 and recognized by the Rwanda Governance board in the official gazette no 50 bis with legal personality no 104/2014.  Umuhuza aims to foster a culture of peace through education focusing on educating parents of young children to promote improved childhood development and create peaceful citizens. Currently the organization is working in the Western Province in Ngororero District, in the Northern

    Province in Gicumbi District and in Kigali city in the Kacyiru sector of Gasabo District. To  support and  maintaining Umuhuza’s  growth, we are looking for a  Temporary Finance assistant to support Finance and administration manager for  finance and accounting  operating.


    TheTemporary  Finance assistant will be responsible for maintaining the Umuhuza’s  accounting, ensuring that all guidelines, procedures and routines of UMUHUZA in the areas of finance  are followed so as to provide effective support for all UMUHUZA’s program activities at Kigali office. The Temporary finance assistant will also support the Finance and administration Manager in recording and retrieving financial details of the organization, including maintaining financial records, processing payments and cash handling.


    Reports to: Finance and Administration Manager

    Time frame:    3 months  

    Tentative start date:  3/1/2018


    • Assume responsibility for making payments are required by check, bank transferin accordance with the guidelines outlined within the UMUHUZA finance manual;
    • Record systematically and regularly all transactions in QuickBooks system with speed and accuracy
    • Maintain cashbook forbank accounts; verifying receipt of supplies;
    • Attach relevant supporting documents to all vouchers for payment;
    • Update regularly check book register;
    • Filling for all financial documents
    • Addressing all issues of a finance nature and providing all relevant information to meet demands.
    • Work closely with the Finance Manager to ensure smooth operation of all finance matters
    • Assist in the production of financial statements and applications, preparation of spreadsheets, reports and correspondence as required
    • Perform monthly bank& cash reconciliation
    • Support in resolution of finance related queries
    • Provide financial support to program team members
    • Any other duties that may be deemed appropriate to this role

    Child Safeguarding

    • Understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, Code of Conduct and Local Procedures and conduct oneself in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.
    • Ensure that all project activities carried out are considered in relation to prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse and handling of serious complaints in line with the child safeguarding policy.
    • Promote the message of child safeguarding to colleagues in other organizations and government ministries, children in their own and beneficiary families, and community members in general and be vigilant about observing possible child abuse/harm in their personal and professional lives.


    • Comply with Umuhuza policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
    • Perform other duties, as assigned by supervisors

    SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

    Mutual Respect:

    • Treats all people(beneficiaries ,colleagues,partners, ….) with dignity and respect
    • Actively consults and listens closely to team members, fellow staff, and partners
    • Handles conflicts in a constructive and supportive manner
    • Seeks first

    Honesty and Integrity:

    • Honest, encourages openness and transparency, builds trust and confidence
    • Displays consistent excellent judgement

    Justice :

    • Considers whether decisions and actions will advance justice, peace, and solidarity
    • Uses resources justly, equitably, and efficiently
    • Inclusiveness/gender


    • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
    • Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.


    • Committing to Umuhuza’s mission for his/her selves and the team, takes responsibility forhis/her own personal commitment and encourages the team to do the same
    • Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale


    • Holder of Bachelor’s degree in accounting or Finance;
    • Minimum three years working experience with NGOs in finance department;
    • High level of both spoken and written Kinyarwanda and English;
    • Strong social and communication skills;
    • Knowledge of accounting software QuickBooks;
    • Demonstrating understanding how to manage grants;
    • Commitment to the organization’s mission, goals and values;
    • Understanding  of accounting processes and procedures
    • Able to work effectively with minimal management guidance/supervision
    • Be able/ready to start on 3/1/2018.

    If you meet all the above criteria, please submit  your  hard copy of degrees and CV together with a cover letter  to Umuhuza_organisation@yahoo.com

        Please note that :

    The deadline for the submission your application is 29th  December  2017 at 5:30pm

    The applications which do not meet the specified minimum requirements or are received after the closing date will be rejected.

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.