The J/P Haitian Relief Organization is a registered non-profit charitable foundation established to help the people of Haiti recover from the devastating January 12, 2010 earthquake.
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Volunteers play a huge role in our efforts to rebuild Haiti and help the Haitian people.
Volunteering in disaster environments for humanitarian relief operations requires a tremendous amount of patience, endurance, cooperation and fortitude.
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Reports to: Program Development Projects/Grants Manager, within the Program & Organizational Development (POD) department
Duration: More than 6 weeks
Line Management: N/A
Location of Position: Port-au-Prince, Haïti (Delmas 48 office)
Note: Only candidates fully bilingual in either French or English (oral and written) and with professional proficiency in the other language will be considered. Availability of the candidate needs to be mentioned in the volunteer application form. The POD department is only interested in receiving the support of a volunteer that can stay more than 6 weeks. The POD department will ensure that the volunteer will be trained throughout its volunteer period and is given the opportunity to learn and explore the various types of work such as Program Development, Monitoring and Evaluation and the work done by J/P HRO in the field. Only one strongly motivated and proactive volunteer will be accepted. Candidates will have to do a test.
Purpose of the Position
As part of a dynamic team and under the supervision of a Grant Officer the volunteer will provide support by:
- • Participating in the writing of proposals.
- • Supporting in the writing of timely and quality reports.
- Proposal Writing
- • Assist in the formulation of grant proposals and the coordination of the appropriate contributions from the different program and support departments: coordinate the collection of relevant information from J/P HRO program teams for proposal preparation and edit draft proposals for accuracy.
- Report Writing
Monthly, quarterly and annual
reports for donors
- • Assist the Grant Officer in defining the structure of the report and the kind of data needed and communicating the structure to the different department involved in the writing of the report.
- • Support the grant officer in the coordination of the appropriate contributions from the different program and support departments.
- • Provide support in the revision of the report.
- Administrative Tasks
- • Provide support to the Program Development/Grant Management unit by ensuring that key contractual documents are updated regularly (soft and hard copies) in line with the standard filing system of the organization, as instructed by the POD Manager.
- • Taking minutes from meetings as instructed by the POD Manager
- M&E Support (as requested
by POD Manager)
The volunteer might be asked to provide support to the M&E
- • Completing and verifying tool inventories as well as collecting Program staff queries to develop new forms/ tools/ databases.
- • Conducting data verification visits for assigned programs.
- • Participating in the creation of an MS Access database to collect attendance for various programs (Ecole de l’Espoir, Kay Kominote).
- • Bachelor’s Degree in Administration, International Relations, Development or other relevant academic background (desirable)
- • Minimum of 1 year of experience of writing in a professional setting (required)
- • Experience in drafting proposals for major development agencies such as CIDA, ECHO, USAID, World Bank or for an NGO (desirable)
- • Previous work (or volunteer) experience in the development field (highly desirable)
- • Previous work with non-governmental or international organizations (desirable)
- • First-hand knowledge of the Haitian context (desirable)
- • Superior written communication skills, evident through written proposals or other submissions in both French and English (required)
- • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively network and manage a variety of relationships in a multicultural environment;
- • Flexible work attitude, ability to meet unexpected demands and capacity to work both in a team environment and independently;
- • Strong computer skills with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;
- • Integrity and commitment to humanitarian values.
- • Detail-oriented
Position Title: OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
Reports to: Community Project Manager
Duration: 6 weeks minimum
Location of position: Delmas 32, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Closing Date: August 25th 2012
J/P HRO’s Community Programme is seeking to integrate the cognitive learning approach into our programme activities for beneficiaries at the J/P Community Centre facility. The objective of this exercise is to effectuate positive long term changes in beneficiaries’ attitudes and habits.
The chosen candidate will be responsible for the development of a cognitive learning model which will be adaptable to the learning context at the Community Centre after having analysed our work methods. S/he will be asked to recommend changes in the way activities are conducted in order to achieve positive changes in our beneficiaries’ behaviour as it pertains not only to the centre’s activities but also to the transversal application of skills learnt.
The candidate will also be responsible for training the requisite staff in the implementation of these models in order to obtain best results.
• 1 year providing CBT assessments and interventions for diverse age groups
• Must be able to show insight and empathy for client group
• Experience in constructing modules and training small groups in the effective use of these modules
• Experience with working in difficult conditions where access to material resources are limited
• Effective manner of written and verbal communication. Able to articulate ideas clearly
• Basic IT skills
• Excellent time management and organisational skills.
• Ability to work creatively, co-operatively, reliably and consistently both as an independent practitioner and in multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural team setting.
• Approachable and pleasant manner
• French speaker (highly desirable), English
Position Title: ULTRASOUND TECHNICIAN/SONOGRAPHER (URGENT)
Reports to: Medical
Duration: 2 months: June through end of August
Location of position: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
The volunteer will work in the medical clinics, using sonosites to perform obstetric-related exams and abdominal studies. The volunteer will also perform pelvic exams with sonosites when needed.
• Registered Nurse, Doctor, or Ultrasound Technician
• 3-5 years experience using ultrasound machines, 1 year using sonosites
• Experience in obstetrics
• Preferred experience performing these duties in a developing country
• Preferred ability to speak French/Creole
Position Title: TEACHER OF VOCATIONAL SKILLS VOLUNTEER
(Examples of vocational skills include but are not limited to metal works, crafts, etc)
Reports to: Manager of Appropriate Department
Duration: 6-8 weeks
Location of position: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
The volunteer will teach his field of expertise to a group of residents of one of Haiti's largest post-earthquake transition camps. Participants to this training will be selected based on their vulnerability criteria and prior experience. Prior to departure, the volunteer will develop a curriculum and a list of materials for the vocational training. J/P HRO will allocate a project assistant for the full term of the training to translate, procure materials, help in the selection process, act as a disciplinary agent and generally assist. The volunteer will provide a list of materials needed and J/P HRO will be responsible for procuring them. A standard grant will be given for materials and, depending on the cost, additional fundraising for program’s material would be done by the volunteer.
• Prior to departure, develop a curriculum and a list of materials needed for the vocational training
• Fundraise for the program’s materials, if needed (J/P HRO will provide a standard grant for material purchases, which could have to be supplemented depending on program costs)
• Teach the curriculum to a group of camp residents for a period of 6-8 weeks
• Issue certificates to candidates who have successfully completed the program
• Work with candidates to find them jobs
• Qualification in field of expertise
• Qualification in teaching field of expertise desirable
• Fluency in English
• Fluency in French and/or Creole desirable
• International development experience desirable
• Knowledge of Haiti’s available resources and job market
J/P HRO, a non-profit organization dedicated to help lift the nation of Haiti out of the rubble and give the Haitian people a better life, is seeking experienced professionals for several exciting opportunities as part of its response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
JP/HRO est une organisation à but non lucratif visant à aider les haïtiens et à leur offrir un avenir meilleur. J/P HRO recherche des professionnels expérimentés afin de combler plusieurs postes vacants en réponse au séisme qui a frappé Haïti en 2010.
Please submit cover letters and resumes to HRstaffing@jphro.org
Development Project Manager
Reports to: Program & Organizational Development Manager (Program Manager)
Line Management: N/A
Location of position: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Note: Only candidates fully fluent in French and English will be considered.
J/ P HRO has evolved as an organization since its inception in January 2010, transitioning from an emergency to a development context. J/P HRO’s human resource pool has increased to reach a total of over 300 employees, both Haitians and internationals. Hence, the need for J/P HRO’s structure to adapt accordingly in order to support new monitoring and reporting needs, as well as efficiency imperatives.
The Organizational Development Officer will work within the Program & Organizational Development Program. S/He will be responsible for analyzing J/P HRO programs, projects and processes, both new and established, ensuring efficiency and success from start to finish.
S/He will monitor and evaluate initiatives in the context of J/P HRO’s strategic planning and lead advisory missions within the organization to implement the improvements needed, in line with process re-engineering method. S/He will be responsible for reporting and recording progress, ensuring agreed deliverables are met as well as submitting regular progress reports to the Program and Organizational Development Manager (POD Manager), as well as recommend best practices. S/He will also be in charge of implementing new processes, procedures, policies as need be, as well as Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) throughout the organization, using her/his experience and skills in project management and quality management methodology such as Lean, 6Sigma etc.
This is an important role: translating strategic direction into plans and objectives, streamlining and guiding JP HRO projects to ensure all are working effectively towards common goals within the different programs and departments and maintaining excellence at every level.
Additionally, working along the M&E Officer and Program Development /Grants Writing Officer as part of the same team, under the Program & Organizational Development Manager, s/he will need to be flexible in order to replace or work with other members of the team, as need be.
• Assess organizational and performance gaps within the different programs, report and recommend corrective actions needed.
• Conduct internal advisory projects to improve organizational performance, ensuring proper change management and capacity building initiatives for long-lasting impact on J/P HRO activities.
• Document lessons learned and best practices of the different programs and update them as need be.
• Recommend and implement best practices as well as new policies, procedures, processes.
• Assist programs in the creation and update of their standard operating procedures (SOPs).
• Clarify the core information needs of Management as well as knowledge management procedures to implement or enhance.
• Implement knowledge management and change management procedures and provide relevant and timely information to Management.
Training and capacity building
• Identify /support the identification process of Human resources needs with Program Managers.
• Identify training and development needs within the organization through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with Program Managers.
• Design and develop training and development programs based on the organization needs.
• Provide training and support capacity-building activities.
Qualifications and Experience:• Bachelor’s Degree in Administration, Information Management, Project Management, Human Resources or other relevant academic background; and/or International Studies/International relations (essential); Master’s Degree (desirable).
• At least 5 years of relevant work experience (essential).
• Background in a consulting role for at least 1-2 years (essential).
• Project Management certification (PMP or Prince 2) (highly desirable).
• Quality and management certification / process re-engineering certification (6Sigma; Lean etc.) (highly desirable).
Skills:• Capacity to produce high-quality briefs and reports in both French and English.
• Strong quantitative skills.
• Supervisory and people-management skills.
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
• Monitoring and evaluation experience (desirable).
• Program development and proposal writing (desirable).
• Good level of proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint (essential).
• Bilingual English – French (essential); Creole (desirable).
• Experience in a non-governmental organization or in the United Nations (desirable).
• Ability to work as part of a multi-cultural team.
• Flexibility, adaptability and patience.
• Ability to multi-task and work under pressure.
• Commitment to humanitarian principles.
The successful candidate will take the lead in post-construction stages of numerous projects, the PM will work to improve safety standards on jobsites, reduce waste and eliminate inefficiencies. Strong analytic and quantitative skills and significant experience in preparing facilities and jobsites for visitation by government and municipal officials, funders, donors, volunteers, students and other special guests. Fluency in English and French.
Project Managers (2)
The successful candidate will have to implement the Community Department’s vision and targets through community activities and outreach strategy. The Deputy Project Manager is responsible for Community activities, facilitating the communication with the community members and leadership, engaging the partner organizations that are sharing their knowledge, services and experience in partnership with the Community department of J/P HRO. The Deputy Project Manager is supervising and training the team on field, ensuring that team tasks are meeting the programs targets and goals, protection and organization policies and community needs. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field: Social Work, Management, Social Sciences, Education. A minimum of 2 years in a management role, community and educational programs. Experience in group dynamics and intervention.
Adjoint(e) de Projet (2)
Les candidat(e)s retenu(e)s auront à mettre en œuvre la vision et les objectifs du Département Communautaire à travers les activités communautaires et la stratégie de sensibilisation. Le/la Directeur/trice Adjoint(e) de Projet est responsable des activités communautaires, de la facilitation de la communication avec les membres communautaires et la direction, d’assure l’engagement des organisations partenaires qui partagent leur connaissance, services et expérience avec le département communautaire de J/P HRO. Le/la Directeur/trice Adjoint(e) de Projet supervisera et formera l’équipe sur le terrain, s’assura que les tâches de l’équipe répondent aux objectifs et aux buts du programme, aux politiques de protection et d’organisation et aux besoins de la communauté. Une licence dans un domaine pertinent : Travail Social, Gestion, Sciences Sociales, Education. Un minimum de 2 ans dans un rôle de gestion de programmes communautaires et éducatifs. Expérience dans la dynamique de groupe et d’intervention.
If you are searching for the opportunity
to be a part of a dynamic organization making a difference in
Haiti, please email your CV and statement of interest to HRstaffing@jphro.org
Si vous recherchez l’opportunité de faire partie d’une organisation dynamique de faire la différence en Haïti, s’il vous plait envoyez votre CV et déclaration d’intérêt à HRstaffing@jphro.org.
J/P Haitian Relief Organization
4370 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 400, San Diego CA 92122
/ Tel. 1(858) 461-8180 / Fax. 1(858) 225-6062
Réf: PREKAD - J/P HRO – ENG & CON/ 001049 – 04/2013 - Don TF099644
Avis de recrutement d’un(e) bureau
/ firme de Consultants chargé(e) de réaliser la conception architecturale
et le suivi de construction de31 unités de logements et d’infrastructures
à Delmas 32
Projet de Reconstruction des Quartiers Défavorisés (PREKAD) - Don TF099644
Le Gouvernement d’Haïti a obtenu du Fonds de Reconstruction
d’Haïti (FRH) et de la Banque Mondiale en tant qu’entité partenaire,
un don de 65 millions de dollars, grâce à une contribution du
Gouvernement des Etats-Unis au FRH, pour le financement d’un projet
de réparation et de reconstruction de maisons endommagées ou détruites
par le séisme du 12 janvier 2010 dans différents quartiers des
municipalités de l’aire métropolitaine de Port-au-Prince (appelé
ci-après Projet de Reconstruction des Quartiers Défavorisés (PREKAD)
ou Neighborhood Housing Reconstruction Project (NHRP).
J/P Haitian Relief Organization, à travers un contrat passé avec le Bureau de Monétisation des Programmes d’Aide au Développement (BMPAD) qui est l’agence d’exécution mandatée par le Gouvernement d’Haïti, souhaite recruter un(e) bureau / firme de Consultants pour la réalisation de la conception architecturale et le suivi de construction de 31 unités de logements et d’infrastructures à Delmas 32.
Les consultants intéressés à ce projet peuvent obtenir une copie du document de demande de propositions en s’adressant à la réception de J/P HRO à partir du jeudi 11 avril 2013 de 8h30 à 16h00 jusqu’au vendredi 19 avril 2013 à 16h00, au bureau de J/P HRO sis au 17, rue Latortue, Delmas 48, Port-au-Prince, Haïti, Tel : +509-2227-6678 / 3929-9205 ou par courriel en exprimant la demande à: firstname.lastname@example.org. Une documentation accompagnant l’appel à proposition vous sera alors remise.
Une visite de terrain est prévue vendredi le 19 avril 2013 à 11h00.
Les soumissions seront reçues sous pli cacheté au plus tard le 25 avril 2013 à 16h00 au bureau de J/P HRO, au 17 de la rue Latortue, Delmas 48, et ouvertes le même jour à 16h30 en présence des soumissionnaires.
J/P HRO has a strict code of conduct and no tolerance policy for potential illegal activity, unfair workplace practices, or discrimination of any kind. J/P HRO wants employees and volunteers to feel safe and comfortable in reporting issues, knowing the organization takes all reports and allegations very seriously.
This page is a confidential, anonymous forum created for current and former J/P HRO employees and volunteers to disclose information, concerns, or comments regarding activities or behavior within the organization. All submissions received will be reviewed and followed up on in a timely and thorough manner by J/P HRO, and appropriate actions will be taken if necessary.
Providing your name and contact information with your feedback
is entirely optional.
Thank you for your comments, J/P HRO values your feedback.
J / P HRO dispose d'un code de conduite strict et aucune politique de tolérance pour des activités illégales potentiel, les pratiques de travail déloyales, ni discrimination d'aucune sorte. J / P HRO veut employés et les bénévoles se sentent en sécurité et confortable dans les rapports des questions, connaissant l'organisation prend tous les rapports et allégations très au sérieux.
Cette page est un service confidentiel, anonyme forum créé pour le courant et les anciens J / P HRO employés et les bénévoles de divulguer des informations, préoccupations ou des commentaires concernant les activités ou les comportements au sein de l'organisation. Toutes les observations reçues seront examinées et d'un suivi en temps opportun et approfondi par J / P HRO, et des mesures appropriées seront prises si nécessaire.
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