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MDM – Due nuove posizioni – Reggio Calabria

La ONG internazionale Médecins du Monde sta selezionando un/a Senior project manager e un/a Pedagogical manager per la sua operatività nel sud Italia. Base di lavoro Reggio Calabria. Scadenza invio CV 15 aprile 2017

 

 

Senior project manager
Status: Fixed term contract 9 Month
Country : Italy
Base: Reggio Calabria with possible missions in Italy or France
Starting date: asap
Deadline of the vacancy: 15 april 2017

 

Context of the mission
The deterioration of the situation in Libya has led to an increase in the number of migrants traveling on the Mediterranean route to Central Europe and since the closure of the border with Turkey, Italy became the main country of new arrivals. Over 180,000 migrants have landed on the Italian coast in the course of 2016
Since 2014, the port of Reggio Calabria is the main port of the region for disembarkation and the third in the whole of southern Italy (following Lampedusa and Pozzallo in Sicily). The Calabria is also one of the first regions in Italy for the presence of the first (mostly for unaccompanied minors) and second reception centers (SPRAR).
The Italian Mission MDM born in late October 2015, with the contribution of Medecins du Monde France and Medicos del Mundo Espana. In December 2015, first activities were launched in Calabria.
In the month of March 2016, Medecins du Monde France registered in Italy in order be able to fully operate in the country and starts a program in support of access to quality health services for migrants, asilym seekers and refugees at the port during landing and in first and secondary reception centers in Province of Reggio Calabria, with over 3000 direct beneficiaries during the year

 

Human Resources of the mission
The team is composed by:
A general coordination based in Rome
A Coordination team for Italy
A team to implement the project for access to health for migrants in the Calabria
Volunteers

 

THE PROJECT
Italy is one of the entry points to Europe for refugees and migrants fleeing from conflicts, situation of violence and deprivation. Over 180000 migrants and refugees have arrived in the country in 2016. 14 per cent of all arrivals are unaccompanied children – meaning the vast majority of children arriving in Italy arrive alone.
UASC are at particular risk of abuse and exploitation, notably from the smugglers they rely on to get to Europe (including severe sexual abuse mainly for the girls.
The reception system is suffering from structural problems, and it results to be limited and inadequate. The Italian reception system that has requested a growing effort by the institutions to come into compliance the existing system, being absolutely underpowered compared to a reality that in a few years seen exponentially increase the number of applicants international protection.
The legislative decree no. 142 of 18 August 2015 (the so -called reception decree) is the legal framework for the reception of UASC s in Italy; it provides that when there are repeated cases of substantial arrivals of UASC in a short space of time, and there are no places available both in first and second reception systems, the prefect may arrange the operation of temporary reception structures exclusively dedicated to UASC.
Furthermore, the law determines the maximum time of stay in the first reception centres in 60 days, but, as now, UASCs often stay there for considerably longer periods due to the difficulty of finding places in the SPRAR network (in which 1,852 places are available at present while the number of minors in late October 2016 was 15.883) or in municipality-run centres. In some cases they will never be transferred into the SPRAR network system; for these reasons, we can say that these centres are functioning in practice as second reception facilities, but with substantially inferior standards in comparison to those set out by the national and regional normative frameworks.
Medecins du Monde will implement, in partnership with Unicef a 9 months program in support of the improving of the standard of the first reception centers for Unaccompanied minors in Reggio Calabria

 

Overall Responsibilities:
The senior project manager will be responsible of the UNICEF and MdM project in favor of the unaccompanied minors guested in first reception centers in Reggio Calabria.
The project manager refers to the programs coordinators and cooperate with the administrative and logistic department
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSABILITIES FOR SENIOR PM:
Setting up, planning, and supervising the implementation of project activities in close co-operation with the key project staff;
Monitoring the activities and the results achieved against the project indicators;
Coordinate and supervise the project staff in strictly cooperation with key project staff
Ensuring that all project reporting (internal and external) is completed in a timely and accurate manner;
Planning the project expenditure and ensuring the compliance of expenditure of budgets with donor requirements;
Ensure, together with the admin. manager, overall management, control and oversight of financial and administrative procedures, in compliance with UPP organizational systems and instructions;
Liaising with local partners , the donor, and with all relevant stakeholders;
Participating to all the relevant humanitarian coordination working groups and meetings;
Performing any other task assigned by the Head of Mission
 

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR PM:
University degree
Five years professional experience in humanitarian project management with IO/Ngos/Un agencies
Excellent command of the project life cycle management
Excellent knowledge of the guidelines set out by main donors (EU, UN etc.)
Excellent oral and written English
Working experience with local counterparts (CSOs, local NGOs, and others)
Proven capacities to plan activities successfully targeting results and objectives
Experience of planning, organizing and prioritizing work, working under pressure and matching deadlines
Proactive attitude
Team working skills
Excellent computer literacy skills

 

REQUIRED SKILLS
Proactivity, problem solving ability, multicultural approach and ability to integrate multi-ethnics team
Organisational skills, rigor, responsiveness, anticipation, ability to take initiatives flexibility
Reactivity, anticipation, adaptability, ability to take initiatives to changing requirements
Demonstrated experience in proactive participatory and inclusive approaches working with local authority and target populations
Committed to MdM’s values as an organisation and motivated by its non-statutory, NFP model.

 

To apply:
please only apply if you meet the requirements
Please send your CV plus Cover letter with subject:Unicef project manager to: recruitment.mdmitalia@gmail.com
Only short-listed candidates will be updated on the status of their application.

 

 

 

PEDAGOGICAL MANAGER

Status: Fixed term contract 9 Month
Country : Italy
Base: Reggio Calabria with possible missions in Italy or France
Starting date: asap
Deadline of the vacancy: 15 april 2017

 

Context of the mission
The deterioration of the situation in Libya has led to an increase in the number of migrants traveling on the Mediterranean route to Central Europe and since the closure of the border with Turkey, Italy became the main country of new arrivals. Over 180,000 migrants have landed on the Italian coast in the course of 2016
Since 2014, the port of Reggio Calabria is the main port of the region for disembarkation and the third in the whole of southern Italy (following Lampedusa and Pozzallo in Sicily). The Calabria is also one of the first regions in Italy for the presence of the first (mostly for unaccompanied minors) and second reception centers (SPRAR).
The Italian Mission MDM born in late October 2015, with the contribution of Medecins du Monde France and Medicos del Mundo Espana. In December 2015, first activities were launched in Calabria.
In the month of March 2016, Medecins du Monde France registered in Italy in order be able to fully operate in the country and starts a program in support of access to quality health services for migrants, asilym seekers and refugees at the port during landing and in first and secondary reception centers in Province of Reggio Calabria, with over 3000 direct beneficiaries during the year

 

Human Resources of the mission
The team is composed by:
A general coordination based in Rome
A Coordination team for Italy
A team to implement the project for access to health for migrants in the Calabria
Volunteers

 

THE PROJECT
Italy is one of the entry points to Europe for refugees and migrants fleeing from conflicts, situation of violence and deprivation. Over 180000 migrants and refugees have arrived in the country in 2016. 14 per cent of all arrivals are unaccompanied children – meaning the vast majority of children arriving in Italy arrive alone.
UASC are at particular risk of abuse and exploitation, notably from the smugglers they rely on to get to Europe (including severe sexual abuse mainly for the girls.
The reception system is suffering from structural problems, and it results to be limited and inadequate. The Italian reception system that has requested a growing effort by the institutions to come into compliance the existing system, being absolutely underpowered compared to a reality that in a few years seen exponentially increase the number of applicants international protection.
The legislative decree no. 142 of 18 August 2015 (the so -called reception decree) is the legal framework for the reception of UASC s in Italy; it provides that when there are repeated cases of substantial arrivals of UASC in a short space of time, and there are no places available both in first and second reception systems, the prefect may arrange the operation of temporary reception structures exclusively dedicated to UASC.
Furthermore, the law determines the maximum time of stay in the first reception centres in 60 days, but, as now, UASCs often stay there for considerably longer periods due to the difficulty of finding places in the SPRAR network (in which 1,852 places are available at present while the number of minors in late October 2016 was 15.883) or in municipality-run centres. In some cases they will never be transferred into the SPRAR network system; for these reasons, we can say that these centres are functioning in practice as second reception facilities, but with substantially inferior standards in comparison to those set out by the national and regional normative frameworks.
Medecins du Monde will implement, in partnership with Unicef a 9 months program in support of the improving of the standard of the first reception centers for Unaccompanied minors in Reggio Calabria

 

Overall responsibility
Plan, coordinate, monitor and report educative and psychosocial activities in first reception centers for Unaccompanied minors following Unicef-MdM project’s objectives and expected outputs under the coordination of the project manager
Support the project manager to build network with organizations managing Uasc reception centers, to assess needs, resources, risk and opportunity to the correct implementation of the Unicef – MdM project

 

Duties and Responsibilities
Identify the needs and develop, to plan and supervise a high quality educational interventions for UASC, ensuring adaptability, continuity and regularity
coordinate the different educative/psychosocial activities in accordance with the specific needs of the different reception centers targeted
support the project manager to develop appropriate monitoring, reporting and data collection tools, under the supervision of the Program coordinator and the General coordinator
ensure on time, complete, clear and exhaustive reports
coordinate the activity with partners and volunteers to proper implement educative and psychosocial activities
coordinate with the organizations managing centers under the supervision of the project manager
support the Project manager Planning the project expenditure and ensuring the compliance of expenditure of budgets with donor requirements
This list of activities is not exhaustive and may change depending on the situation.

 

Profile
1.Professional experience
Experience of minimum 5 year as Education/pedagogic coordinator/advisor with International Ngos, IO, UN agencies
Experience of minimum 3 years working in complex environment and non-formal education
Good command of project cycle management
Experience in managing relations with local partners and authorities in a moving and difficult legal, administrative and political context
Experience in capacity building and in team management
Capacity to work with partners and not only direct program implementation

 

2.Required Skills
Master degree in Education/pedagogy
English (spoken – written – read) and Italian are assets. French is a plus.
Ability to classify and to manage priorities
Organisational skills, rigor, responsiveness, anticipation, ability to take initiatives flexibility
Reactivity, anticipation, adaptability, ability to take initiatives to changing requirements
Committed to MdM’s values as an organisation and motivated by its non-statutory, NFP model.

 

To apply:
please only apply if you meet the requirements
Please send your CV plus Cover letter with subject: Pedagogical manager to: recruitment.mdmitalia@gmail.com
Only short-listed candidates will be updated on the status of their application.

 


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