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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 23 Jun 2017

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals from ASEAN Member States to apply for the following vacancy:

    Assistant Director (ADR) for Disaster Monitoring & Analysis(hyperlink to respective TOR)

    (Position opens for ASEAN nationals)

    Reporting to the Director for Operations of the AHA Centre, the Assistant Director for Disaster Monitoring and Analysis will be responsible in managing activities pertaining to disaster monitoring and analysis, as well as assist the Director in identifying potential areas for cooperation programmes and projects to further improve ASEAN’s disaster risk assessment, monitoring and preparedness.

    The above positions will be based at the AHA Centre, Jakarta, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurate with his/her personal qualifications.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application papers should reach us by 23 June 2017

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 23 Jun 2017

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals from ASEAN Member States to apply for the following vacancy:

    Finance Coordinator(hyperlink to respective TOR)

    (Position opens for ASEAN nationals)

    Reporting to the Director of Corporate Affairs, the Finance Coordinator is responsiblefor managing the day-to-day activities of the Finance & Accounting Unit; ensuring that the AHA Centre’s financial functions are well-organised, projecting professional financial management and efficiency, and producing complete and accurate financial and management accounts.

    The above position will be based at the AHA Centre, Jakarta, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurates with his/her personal qualifications.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application papers should reach us by 23 June 2017

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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    Organization: Department for International Development
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 28 Jun 2017

    Job title: Humanitarian Adviser, Lessons

    Location: London (DFID's offices)

    Type of contract: 12 month Maternity Cover

    Salary: Approximately £52,000

    Application deadline: 28 June 2017

    The Conflict, Humanitarian and Security Operations Team, contracted by Crown Agents but working within and alongside the Department for International Development (DFID) is an established and highly respected team supporting the UK Government in Global Humanitarian Disaster Preparedness and Response.

    We are now looking for a Lessons Adviser to support DFID’s humanitarian policy, and to support existing and emerging CHASE and DFID lessons learning initiatives through commissioning, managing, leading and participating in reviews of operations, ensuring the results of these are integrated into policy and practice.

    Roles and responsibilities include:

    • Ensure that the process for identifying and tracking lessons from DfID responses is maintained and adapted as needed (lessons reviews of responses/programmes, working with focal points for lessons, quarterly updates on progress etc.)

    • Identify or develop an accessible format for storing, updating, and synthesising identified lessons and progress in addressing them.

    • Produce timely and on-demand summaries of past lessons based on this store and relevant other evidence.

    • Provide support to DFID CHASE, country offices, policy makers and practitioners in identifying what works and what does not through combining examined experience from programmes, with rigorous evaluation and research findings.

    • Give advice to DFID CHASE on using research information, and guide them to different sources of research evidence, including humanitarian evaluation.

    • Collaborate with DfID country offices and regional teams to document, aggregate, summarise, and disseminate lessons learned from their humanitarian programmes.

    • Work with DfID implementing partners, peer donors, and research & analysis networks to ensure evidence is available as a public good and better used in humanitarian policy and practice. This covers evidence supported by DfID e.g. through the Humanitarian Innovation and Evidence Programme, but is not limited to DfID-supported evidence.

    • Identify and extract key research evidence to help with the production of accessible evidence products e.g. guidance notes on priority issues (such as preparedness, multi-year funding, needs assessments and accountability) for DfID advisers and potentially other actors.

    • Contribute to the design of systems for monitoring partner performance, including for emergencies, and provide general advice on monitoring as needed

    • Deploy to humanitarian emergencies to support the establishment of systems for capturing lessons and monitoring performance, outcomes and impact.

    • Advise ministers and senior officials on humanitarian policy issues including drafting high quality briefing, and providing input into correspondence and parliamentary submissions as required.

      Essential Qualifications, skills and experience

    • Educated to Masters level or the equivalent level of academic and professional experience in a subject area clearly related to humanitarian work.

    • Knowledge and experience gained working extensively on or in developing countries and/or in fragile and conflict affected environments

    • Demonstrable knowledge and experience of humanitarian theory, practice and architecture, humanitarian risk assessment and planning and managing humanitarian responses.

    • Demonstrable knowledge of the development effectiveness agenda and the international development system.

    • Demonstrable success in internal advocacy and consultancy, and an understanding of organizational culture and change in large, public sector organisations.

    • Exceptional research and analysis skills, and proven ability to produce high quality, evidence-based, quantitative and qualitative reports

    • Significant proven experience of carrying out evaluations including impact assessments

    • Experience of managing lessons learning processes within organizations and with external networks/partners

    • Experience of developing and using tools for evidence based processes


    How to apply:

    Application process

    For a full job description and application instructions, please visit our website via the link provided.http://www.crownagents.com/jobs/permanent-vacancies/detail/humanitarian-adviser-lessons-matcover


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2017

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individual from ASEAN Member States to apply for the following vacancy:

    Administrative Assistant(hyperlink to respective TOR)

    (Positions open for Indonesian nationals or ASEAN nationals with permanent resident status in Indonesia)

    Reporting to the Human Resources/Administration Officer, the Administrative Assistant will be responsible in providing general administrative and logistic support work, such as secretarial services, travel arrangements, and any other other logistical requirements to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of the office.

    Job Qualifications

    · Minimum Diploma in the following disciplines: Secretarial and Office Administration, Business Administration, Management, Public Relations, English, Communications or other relevant disciplines.

    · At least three (3) years of work experience in a government, international organisation and/or private sector;

    · Experience in organising office events, meetings, conferences, training courses and workshops

    · Good command of the English language, in both written and verbal.

    The above position will be based at the AHA Centre, Jakarta, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurate with his/her personal qualifications.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application papers should reach us by 31 October 2017.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management
    Country: Philippines
    Closing date: 15 Jul 2018

    The ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals to apply for the following vacancy;

    Logistics Officer - Philippines (hyperlink to respective Job Description)

    This position opens for Philippines nationals only


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org with the email subject LO-PH, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities by the latest of 15 July 2018.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 15 Jul 2018

    The ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals to apply for the

    Logistics Officer - Thailand(hyperlink to respective Job Description)

    This position opens for Thailand nationals only.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org with the email subject and LO-TH, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities by the latest of 15 July 2018.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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    Organization: Department for International Development
    Country: South Sudan
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

    Summary of the role

    Who is The Department for International Development?

    The Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK’s fight against global poverty, delivering aid to those in need all over the world. Since 1997, our passionate team has helped more than 250 million people lift themselves from poverty and 40 million more children to attend primary school. But there is still much to do.

    We work with national and international partners from two UK headquarters in London and Glasgow (East Kilbride) and a network of offices around the world. Wherever they’re based, all DFID staff is united by a single goal: to tackle poverty and improve the lives of people in developing countries.

    We offer a diverse range of challenging roles, and each provides an exciting career path and the chance to work at the heart of international development both in the UK and overseas.

    Do you want to change people’s lives? To know, when you go to work each day that you are making a difference? Then read on to see how….

    This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced individual to work across DFID South Sudan teams to support our programme and operational delivery. DFID South Sudan has an allocated budget of £156m in 2018/19, making it one of the largest programmes in East and Central Africa, but in a high risk environment and with some of the greatest delivery challenges of any DFID programme You will be a member of the Business Support Unit and working closely with colleagues in the Operational Excellence and Policy teams as well as the programme teams (Essential Services team and Humanitarian and Livelihoods team). This is a cross-cutting role and you will be expected to support teams on inducting new staff, organising programme field visits, supporting the programme leads on the programme forum and capacity building work, as well as supporting teams on fraud case management.

    We are looking for an experienced individual with a wide range of experience including operational and programme management support, and an excellent knowledge of DFID's systems and processes.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    The Operational and Programme Support Officer will:

    (i) Support to programme teams on fraud cases management and help track trends;

    (ii) Support to programme teams on travel risk assessment production, co-ordinating DFID’s field visit planning and maintaining the field visit tracker;

    (iii) Support to teams on the induction of new staff and provide admin and logistics support to DFID South Sudan visitors;

    (iv) Support on DFID pipeline issues and liaise with FCO corporate services team on estate and corporate issues;

    (v) Support in maintaining the status of our programme management trackers on business cases, annual reviews, project completion reviews and contracts;

    (vi) Support on DFID South Sudan Communications;

    (vii) Provide Head of Office secretariat support for the Heads of Cooperations (HoCs) and manage the mailing list

    Successful candidates will have:

    Essential criteria:

    The Operational and Programme Support Officer will be self-motivated with the ability to take a proactive approach to work, exercising sound decision making. Strong experience of operational and programme management support, ideally in a fragile and conflict-affected environment. The ability to work well with others and build good working relationships with staff of all levels of the organisation. They will be adaptable and capable of dealing with a varied workload, managing prioritisation and working to tight deadlines. They should also have excellent written and communications skills.

    Core UK civil service competences

    Candidates should be able to clearly demonstrate in their application examples of the following competencies:

    1. Collaborating and partnering

    2. Managing a quality survive

    3. Delivering at Pace

    Details of the above UK Civil service competencies are available at http://www.civilservice.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Civil-Service-Competency-Framework-July-2012.pdf


    How to apply:

    Important – HOW TO APPLY


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2018

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre currently opens internship opportunities:

    Internship – Communications(hyperlink to respective TOR)

    Internship - Disaster Monitoring & Analysis(hyperlink to respective TOR)


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending the Internship Application Form along with your CV highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the organisation to admin@ahacentre.org.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Application papers should reach us by 30 September 2018.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on the AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 31 Dec 2018

    The ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA CENTRE) is an intergovernmental organization, established by the ten ASEAN Member States with the aim to facilitate cooperation and coordination of disaster management amongst ASEAN Member States. The Centre also partners with international organizations, private sector, and civil society organizations, such as the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, the United Nations, and AADMER Partnership Group in Southeast Asian region.

    The AHA Centre is currently recruiting interns to assist the implementation of its communications and knowledge management strategy, as part of disaster management programs. The unpaid internship will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia, on the agreed timeline in 2018.

    Communications Assistant - Interns(hyperlink to the TOR)


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates can send their applications, together with a detailed CV, the Internship Application Form, and other supporting documents to admin@ahacentre.org and comm@ahacentre.org. Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB. Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    The Selection Panel’s decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    Further information is available at www.ahacentre.org/job


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    Organization: Department for International Development
    Country: Uganda
    Closing date: 03 Dec 2018

    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

    DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    DFID UGANDA

    EXTERNAL

    POSITION: A2 CLIMATE CHANGE AND NATURAL RESOURCE ADVISER

    SALARY: UGX 180,946,984 – 258,832,564 PER ANNUM

    DURATION: PERMANENT

    REFERENCE NO: UGA/0818

    Summary of the role

    We are looking for an experienced individual to lead our work on climate change, natural resource management and environment. The role will involve providing technical and management support to a range of programmes, and engagement and policy influencing with key players in the sector. The role will promote UK’s position and interest in ensuring a sustainable and prosperous Uganda.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    We are looking for a motivated individual to;

    • Take forward the UK Government’s policy engagement on Climate and Natural Resource in Uganda, in relation to the UK overseas development assistance and contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals.

    • Provide technical, advisory and management support on climate, resilience, natural resource management and green growth within development programmes in renewable energy, commercial agriculture, urban planning, infrastructure, livelihoods and humanitarian sectors.

    • Ensure that DFID Uganda programmes give appropriate consideration to climate and environment risks and opportunities in their design and implementation.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Essential:

    • A bachelor’s degree in climate change, environment or natural resource management or a related field.

    • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in climate change, environmental or natural resource management roles.

    • Demonstrated understanding of climate change economy and natural resource management policy, including resilience, adaptation, mitigation, low carbon development and environmental stewardship.

    Desirable:

    • A masters’ degree (or equivalent experience) in climate change, environment or natural resource management or a related field.

    • Understanding of the working of Government in relevant sectors and/or of development partners projects, policies and strategies.

    • Relevant experience in the private sector and research or academic experience.

    Core UK civil service competencies:

    Candidates should be able to clearly demonstrate in their application examples of the following Civil Service Behaviours:

    • Seeing the big picture

    • Working together

    • Communicating and Influencing

    • Changing and improving

    Level 4 should be used when completing the application form.

    Technical Competencies- (please refer to detailed job description)

    Details of the above UK Civil service competencies are available by clicking this link.

    For more information on the details of the position or to download the application form, please follow the link below:

    https://www.gov.uk/government/world/organisations/dfid-uganda/about/recruitment


    How to apply:

    Important – HOW TO APPLY

    • The candidate must complete the application form and send it to theAfricaHRHubRecruit@DFID.GOV.UKwith a copy of their most recent CV.

    • Please quote the following reference number when applying “UGA/0818”. Failure to do so may result in your application not being viewed.

    • Closing date of applications is midnight on 03 December 2018. Applications shown as being received after this time will not be accepted.

    • Feedback will only be given to candidates who reached the interview stage.

    • Failure to follow the outlined procedure may result in the application not being considered

    • While we thank all applicants for your interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.

    • Applicants must be legally authorised to live and work in Uganda.

    DFID is committed to equal opportunities in its staffing policy and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation or disability. Selection will be on merit. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 03 Dec 2018

    In order to capture the activities of the AHA Centre and as part of the organisation’s accountability to its stakeholders, the AHA Centre wishes to engage a Graphic Designer as a consultant to help the AHA Centre in coming up with the AHA Centre’s Annual Report for 2018. The consultant will work to ensure AHA Centre’s key achievements, challenges, and partnerships in 2018 are well-captured and visualised in the annual report.

    Working closely with the Communications Officer of the AHA Centre and or other appointed officer-in-charge and reporting to the Executive Director of AHA Centre, the tasks of the Graphic Designer are as follows:

    1. Develop the visual concept of the annual report;

    2. Develop layout design of the annual report;

    3. Compile and edit photos, when necessary;

    4. Present data and statistics in a visually-attractive way;

    5. Facilitate the design revisions as agreed with the AHA Centre;

    6. Produce print-out dummy of the annual report, as necessary;

    7. Propose three alternatives of printing vendors;

    8. Conduct printing quality control with the appointed printing company;

    9. Other tasks as guided by the Executive Director of the AHA Centre.


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates may apply by sending an application to admin@ahacentre.org cc comm@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, sample of portfolios, and the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded here before 3 December 2018. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Visit www.ahacentre.org/job to learn more about this job opportunity.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 03 Dec 2018

    In order to capture the activities of the AHA Centre and as part of the organisation’s accountability to its stakeholders, the AHA Centre wishes to engage a Writer/Editor as a consultant to help the AHA Centre in coming up with the AHA Centre’s Annual Report for 2018. The consultants will work to ensure AHA Centre’s key achievements, challenges, and partnerships in 2018 are well-captured in the annual report.

    Working closely with the Communications Officer of the AHA Centre and or other appointed officers-in-charge and reporting to the Executive Director of AHA Centre, the tasks of the Writer/Editor are following:

    1. Conduct research, write, and edit up to 60 pages of content for the annual report. Format in Word.doc, Times New Roman, font size 12, single space;

    2. Maintain the accuracy of information presented on the annual report by clarifying facts with the AHA Centre’s staff;

    3. Facilitate the revision process of the content, when necessary;

    4. Proofread the texts throughout the layout process and prior to the printing process;

    5. Submit time sheet of work;

    6. Other tasks as guided by the Executive Director of the AHA Centre.


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates may apply by sending an application to admin@ahacentre.org cc comm@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, sample of portfolios, and the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded here before 3 December 2018. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Visit https://ahacentre.org/job to learn more about this opportunity.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 14 Dec 2018

    THE ASEAN COORDINATING CENTRE FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT (AHA CENTRE)

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals from ASEAN Member States to apply for the following vacancy:

    Team Leader, Central Sulawesi Project(hyperlink to respective Job Description)

    Position open for ASEAN citizen with permit to work in Indonesia

    The above position will be based in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurate with his/her personal qualifications.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application papers should reach us by 14 December 2018.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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    Organization: ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 14 Dec 2018

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

    The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

    The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals from ASEAN Member States to apply for the following vacancy:

    Project Officer (Civil Engineer), Central Sulawesi Project(hyperlink to respective Job Description)

    Position open for ASEAN citizen with permit to work in Indonesia

    The above position will be based in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurate with his/her personal qualifications.


    How to apply:

    You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.

    Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

    Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application papers should reach us by 14 December 2018.

    The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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