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Electronic Recruitment Application (ERA)

Toutes les candidatures doivent être soumises via le système ERA en Anglais pour être prises en compte.

ERA est un nouveau système de gestion électronique des demandes d’emplois. Veuillez consulter la vidéo ci-dessus pour apprendre à créer un nouveau compte et soumettre une demande d’emploi.

La Mission américaine à Dakar offre à toutes les personnes des chances égales, et un traitement juste et équitable, sans distinction de race, de couleur, de religion, de sexe, d’origine nationale, d’âge, de handicap, d’appartenance politique, d’état civil ou d’orientation sexuelle.

Offres d’emploi pour l’USAID :

POSITIONS ANNOUNCEMENT:
PROGRAM AND TRAINING SPECIALIST FOR HEALTH

 

OPEN TO:                     All interested candidates

OPENING DATE:         November 21, 2019

CLOSING DATE:         December 12, 2019

POSITION STATUS:    Full time (40 hours per week)/local hire

LOCATION:                 Dakar, Senegal with up to 40% travel within Senegal

COMPENSATION:       Gross salary + benefits: 18,079,202 CFA to 19,704,506 CFA/annum. 

The United States Peace Corps in Senegal seeks a highly qualified individual to fill the position of Program and Training Specialist for Health. The position is based in Dakar, Senegal and reports directly to the Associate Peace Corps Director for the Community Health Project (APCD).  The Program and Training Specialist for Health (PTS) will provide on-going support to PC/Senegal’s Health program and conduct training for Health Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs) and counterparts. The incumbent will also provide technical support to PCVs. Ideal candidate will have a degree in public health with deep professional experience in community health projects. Interested candidates must hold the following qualifications:

  1. Education: A Bachelor degree in public health, community health or other related health area.
  2. Prior Work Experience:
  • At least four years practical experience in the field of community health, particularly in the areas of maternal child health, nutrition and malaria education/treatment;
  • Successful completion of short courses and/or training program in areas directly related to the sector is highly desirable;
  • Experience with participatory community appraisal method;
  • Proven experience in training design and implementation;
  • Experience supporting/coordinating people from other cultures;
  • Knowledge of Senegal Health systems is a must.
  1. Language Proficiency:
  • Ability to read, write and speak both French and English fluently (F4 level).
  • Proficiency in speaking and writing in one or more national languages of Senegal;
  1. Skills and abilities
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook is required;
  • Understanding of Senegalese and American cultures;
  • Enjoys working collaboratively with colleagues from multicultural backgrounds
  • Ability to multi-task and to work in a fast-paced work environment;
  • Strong desire to work with, support and supervise American Volunteers, primarily young people
  • Ability to train and facilitate trainings with American and Senegalese audiences
  • Capacity to travel frequently throughout Senegal and often in rough roads.

The full positions description and requirement are available upon request by sending an email to

HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov.

Interested and qualified applicants for the position should submit the following:

  1. Letter of interest/motivation, in English, addressing your experience and suitability for the position;
  2. A current resume (CV) in English+3 professional references;
  3. Any other documentation (e.g. certified copy of educational certificates, degrees earned, driving license) that addresses the qualification requirements of desired position;
  4. Certified copy of school diplomas.
  5. Certified copy of identity card or certificate of nationality and “extrait of casier Judiciaire;

Interested applicants must have ability to pass full background/security checks; and show proof of residency or ability to work in Senegal.

All applications should be submitted electronically and in English to HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov  with “PTS HE” in the subject line no later than 00:00 by December 12, 2019.

Incomplete and/or late application will not be entertained, nor applications not submitted in English.

Only those candidates short-listed for an interview will be contacted.  NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Peace Corps does not discriminate against an applicant because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.

POSITIONS ANNOUNCEMENT:
GSA- Motorpool Coordinator

 OPEN TO:                  All interested candidates

OPENING DATE:      November 21, 2019

CLOSING DATE:      December 12, 2019

POSITION STATUS: Full time (48 hours/week)/local hire

LOCATION:                Dakar, Senegal

COMPENSATION:     Gross salary + benefits: 12,639,465CFA to 13,817,295 /annum. 

The position is based at the Peace Corps Office in Dakar, Senegal. Under the direct supervision of the General Services Manager (or designate), the GSA – Motor Pool/Communication is primarily responsible for: a) managing all services related to coordinating the movement of vehicles and drivers; b) all PCV related telephone issue, and; c) all shipping duties.   Due to the myriad of duties required, the incumbent will need an inborn sense of prioritization and organization and can reasonably expect to work some evening, holiday and weekend hours. 

Major duties and responsibilities:

  • Manage the vehicle pool including coordination of vehicle maintenance and repairs with the GSA/mechanic.
  • Register all fuel transactions into the software in place (VMIS). Monthly check of fuel bills, certification, and submission to the hierarchy for validation and payment.
  • Daily management of vehicles movement. Coordinate movement logistics for conferences and training activities.
  • Manage driver performance. Provide communications and logistics support to the drivers.
  • Lead annual driver training.
  • Maintain all vehicle files in compliance with Peace Corps regulations.
  • Obtain quotes for purchasing, and execute selected purchases related to motor pool management; assure appropriate documentation and filing of quotes and procurement related documents.
  • Perform regular updates on all vehicle: temporary admissions, insurances, fire extinguishers, first aids tools and assure their functionality at all times.
  • Manage PCV pre-paid float of telephone #s.
  • Assist with all shipping related issues – both for PCVs and official PC/Senegal business.
  • The GSA is designated Sub-cashier. 

Requirements

Education: Completion of high school (BAC) is required. Higher education level an advantage.

Work experience: At least three years of experience managing vehicle fleet, of which at least one year must have been in a U.S. or other Government agency or international NGO. Must have a driving license submitted with the application. Mechanical skills for maintenance and repairs is an added advantage.

Languages skills: Good verbal and written communication skills in French and English equivalent to Level 3. Higher language skills is an advantage. Required fluency in Wolof and one other national language spoken in Senegal.

Computer skills: basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

Proven ability to communicate to broad range of people across various cultures. Proven ability to manage multiple competing priorities.

Customer service: prior experience in a customer service giving role an advantage.

All applications should be submitted electronically to HRSenegal@peacecorps.gov  with “GSA-Motorpool Senegal” in the subject line no later than 00:00 by Monday December 12, 2019. The following must be submitted: 1) full CV in English as well as motivation letter, 2) copy of driving license, 3) copy of national ID or passport, 4) “extrait casier judiciaire”, 5) certified copy of school diploma.  

Incomplete and/or late application will not be entertained, nor applications not submitted in English. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Peace Corps does not discriminate against an applicant because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.

POSITIONS ANNOUNCEMENT

 CROSS-CULTURAL & HOMESTAY COORDINATOR AND GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR
 

OPEN TO:                     All interested candidates

OPENING DATE:         November 21, 2019

CLOSING DATE:         December 12, 2019

POSITION STATUS:    Full time (40 hours/week)/local hire

LOCATION:                 Thies, Senegal with up to 20% travel within Senegal

COMPENSATION:       Gross salary + benefits: 18,079,202 CFA to 19,704,506 CFA/annum.

 

The CCHC works under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Training and Staff Development (DDTSD). S/he coordinates closely with the Language Coordinator (LC) for aspects of his/her work related to cross-cultural training and with the Food Security Coordinator (FSC) for aspects of his/her work related to Gender and Development (GAD) and Youth Positive Development (YPD). The CCHC has overall responsibility for all aspects of Trainee and Volunteer cross-cultural training as well as for homestays during pre-service training. In addition, the CCHC provides support to staff and Volunteers in regards to Gender and Development (GAD) and Youth Positive Development approach and coordinates the implementation of GAD action plans. Responsibilities of this position include:

Pre-Service and In-service Training: Design, sequence, and implement learning activities for pre-service and in-service training events pertaining to the following topics: a) Senegal-specific cross-cultural knowledge and issues; b) gender and development; c) personal support of training needs for Trainees and Volunteers.

Training Design and Integration: Conduct pre-training research and collaborate with PC Senegal training team to develop training competencies, assessments, and learning activities for adults. Work with technical teams to plan activities that integrate cross-culture and gender into other training components.

Training of Trainers: Train, mentor, and monitor training staff (LCF, PTS, etc.) in cross-cultural and gender and development sessions.

Homestay Coordination: The CCHC is responsible for identifying acceptable and safe housing for Trainees in

Senegalese homes in the region.

Gender activities coordination: The CCHC contributes to the development and implementation of PC/S’s Gender and

Youth Strategy and Action Plan, under the leadership of the Food Security Coordinator and in coordination with

Volunteers and other staff

 

Qualifications

  • Able to work effectively in English and French (Level 3 or above)
  • Fluency in one or more national languages of Senegal
  • University degree, preferably in a related field of study
  • Experience: 3-5 years of experience and demonstrated capacity in:
    • Developing, implementing, and/or supervising cross-cultural training programs for diverse adult groups.
    • Developing, implementing, and/or supervising community-based programs with rural and urban non-literate communities.
    • Developing, implementing, and supporting women’s and girls’ empowerment activities and training in the Senegalese/West African cultural context. This may include community-based experience, working with men as partners in gender equity, gender analysis, or gender mainstreaming.

Interested applicants must have ability to pass full background/security checks; and show proof of residency or ability to work in Senegal.

The full positions description and requirement are available upon request by sending an email to

HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov.

Interested and qualified applicants for the position should submit the following: Letter of interest/motivation, in English, addressing your experience and suitability for the position; current resume (CV) in English+3 professional references; Certified copy of school diplomas; Certified copy of identity card or certificate of nationality and “extrait of casier Judiciaire.

All applications should be submitted electronically and in English to HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov  with “CCHC” in the subject line no later than 00:00 by December 12, 2019.

Incomplete and/or late application will not be entertained, nor applications not submitted in English.

Only those candidates short-listed for an interview will be contacted.  NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Peace Corps does not discriminate against an applicant because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.

SOLICITATION NUMBER: 72068520R10003

ISSUANCE DATE:               November 15, 2019

CLOSING DATE:               November 29, 2019

SUBJECT:           Solicitation for a USAID Project Management Specialist (Health)
Cooperating Country National Personal Services Contract (CCN/PSC) –
(Senegal Local Compensation Plan)

Dear Prospective Offerors:

The United States Government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is seeking offers from qualified persons to provide personal services under contract as described in this solicitation.

Offers must be in accordance with Attachment 1, Sections I through VII of this solicitation.  Incomplete or unsigned offers will not be considered.  Offerors should retain copies of all offer materials for their records.

This solicitation in no way obligates USAID to award a PSC contract, nor does it commit USAID to pay any cost incurred in the preparation and submission of the offers.

Any questions must be directed in writing to the Point of Contact specified in the attached information.

Enclose: PDF 1.314KB

Sincerely,
Cheryl Wilson
Contracting Officer