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  1. REHABILITATION ADVISOR
    COPE
    Lao PDR

    http://www.copelaos.org/web_files/file/Job_advert_rehabilitation_advisor_July_2015-LE.pdf
    Deadline: 25 July 2015

    COPE works in partnership with the Center for Medical Rehabilitation (CMR) to increase access to quality rehabilitation services for physically disabled persons throughout Lao PDR, focusing on the five CMR centers nationwide (Champasak, Luang Prabang, Savannakhet, Vientiane, Xieng Khuang ). COPE currently has an increased focus on the strategic and management aspects of providing high quality, long term physical rehabilitation services.

    As part of this process, COPE is seeking a full time advisor who can contribute to building the necessary capacities and supporting CMR on institutional and organisational levels, and at the same time oversee the technical support for prosthetics and orthotics (P&O), occupational therapy (OT) and physiotherapy (PT) provided by regional experts according to needs.

    Tasks:
    • Lead COPE’s strategic and practical involvement to develop skills and capacities within the rehabilitation service in Lao PDR and oversee the technical support for P&O, relevant orthopaedic surgery, OT and PT by regional experts according to needs
    • Coordinate COPE’s programme support to CMR, focusing on P&O, OT and PT, and also ensuring links to the COPE Connect outreach activities and possible mobile teams
    • Support the COPE team to ensure that the technical decisions and direction of activities are in line with the agreed strategies
    • Organise trainings of CMR and COPE staff related to P&O/rehabilitation capacity – building
    • Represent COPE externally at a technical level with the different players in the physical rehabilitation sector in Lao PDR The position will be based in Vientiane but requires regular travels to the provinces. (Full job description available upon request.) Profile:
    • A minimum of 5 years working with government and non – governmental organizations’ capacity building related to disability and development
    • Qualified as Allied health professional with extensive exposure to Physiotherapy, Assistive technology and Occupational therapy
    • Sound knowledge of multi – disciplinary approaches to rehabilitation, with a focus on P&O
    • Knowledge on policies and guidelines regulating the physical rehabilitation services and sector • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Fluency in English
    • Experience working in Lao PDR and/or southeast Asia Qualified people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

    To apply send a cover letter and CV to Ms Soukpaseuth Phomphakdy E-mail: cope. office.coordinator@gmail.com

    Website: http://www.copelaos.org

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  2. Terms of Reference Evaluation of the ICRC Colombia Mine Action project 2007-2014
    Job

    Closing date: 10 May 2015

    Norwegian Red Cross

    The Norwegian Red Cross (NorCross) seeks to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of the Colombia Mine Action project, implemented by the ICRC, in the period from 2007-2014 part of the Weapon Contamination and Physical Rehabilitation Cooperation Agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), to identify key lessons and receive recommendations to improve ongoing and future programmes and activities.

    In response to the purpose and objectives set for the evaluation, the following specific issues and questions should be included:

    With regards to the WeC component:

    – To what extent has the program prevented accidents from happening through risk awareness?
    – To what extent has the program ensured safer access to livelihoods and other basic necessities in contaminated areas?
    – To what extent has the capacity building of national authorities and Colombia Red Cross provided the desired results?

    With regards to the Physical Rehabilitation component:

    – To what extent has the program ensured effective victim assistance over time?
    – To what extent has the program improved the quality and availability of rehabilitation services throughout the country?
    – To what extent has the services provided improved the quality of life for the patients over time?

    With regards to the ICRC-NorCross partnership component:

    The main focus of the evaluation is the program implementation and its humanitarian impact. However, the evaluation should also look at the cooperation model (the Integrated Partnership model) and the relationship between NorCross and ICRC in this particular programme in Colombia.

    – Has the IP model contributed to forging a strong partnership between ICRC and NorCross?
    – Is there a common understanding of and clarity of NorCross role?
    – How has the IP contributed to a partnership building/development between the NorCross and ICRC?

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should submit their application material by May 10th

    The Expression of Interest should include:

    Technical proposal (when appropriate) not exceeding five pages expressing an understanding and interpretation of the TOR, the proposed methodology, and a time and activity schedule.
    Financial proposal itemizing estimated costs for services rendered (daily consultancy fees), accommodation and living costs, transport costs, stationery costs, and any other related supplies or services required for the evaluation.
    Curricula Vitae (CV) for all members of the team applying.
    Letter clearly summarizing your experience as it pertains to this assignment, your daily rate, and three professional references.
    A brief description of your firm or institution (for applicants other than individual contractors).
    At least one example of an evaluation report most similar to that described in this TOR.

    Application material is non-returnable, and we thank you in advance for understanding that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the next step in the application process.

    Contact details:

    Norwegian Red Cross, International Department

    Vigdis Gammelsether / Madelon Schneiders

    Tel: +47 906 07 896 / +47 93977830

    E-mail: Vigdis.Gammelsether@redcross.no or madelon.schneiders@redcross.no

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  3. Victim Assistance Project Manager

    COUNTRY : South Sudan
    CITY: Yei
    Starting date : 01/07/15
    Length of the assignment : 1 year
    Closing date for application : 17th May 2015

    http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/fr/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=909

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  4. War wounded rehabilitation trainer – Ukraine

    COUNTRY : Ukraine
    CITY : Donetsk
    Starting date : 01/06/2015
    Length of the assignment : 1 month
    Closing date for application : 25 May 2015

    Handicap International

    http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/fr/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=892

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  5. Mines & Explosive Remnants of War Victims Data management

    Technical support

    COUNTRY : Thailand
    CITY : Mae Sot
    Starting date : 8th June 2015
    Length of the assignment : 6 weeks
    Closing date for application : 10th May 2015

    Handicap International

    http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/fr/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=918

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  6. International Labour Organization

    Vacancy No: RAPS/1/2015/WORKQUALITY/01

    Title: Disability Specialist

    https://erecruit.ilo.org/public/hrd-cl-vac-view.asp?jobinfo_uid_c=30827&vaclng=en

    Contract type: Fixed-Term Appointment

    Application Deadline (midnight Geneva time) 6 April 2015

    Duty Station: Geneva, Switzerland

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  7. Projects Technical Advisor in Rehabilitation / Victim Assistance – Yemen
    Closing date for applications: 15/02/2015

    Location: Yemen / Aden with frequent trips to Sana’a

    Starting date: 15/03/2015

    Duration of the mission: 1 year starting in March; we can also consider a shorter mission (6 months)

    http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=767&idpartenaire=136

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  8. ICBL-CMC Survivor Network Project 2015
    Grant management and monitoring consultancy
    Request for Consultancy Applicants
    Reference SNP 2015 grant management and monitoring consultancy

    The full consultancy description is available at http://www.icbl.org/en-gb/footer/jobs.aspx

    Location Home-based with ability to travel globally

    Accountable to Director of the ICBL-CMC

    Organization International Campaign to Ban Landmines – Cluster Munition Coalition
    (ICBL-CMC)

    Contract duration 11 months, February to December 2015

    Closing Date 16 January 2015

    Background:

    The International Campaign to Ban Landmines-Cluster Munition Coalition (ICBL-CMC) is a global
    civil society coalition working to end the suffering caused by landmines and cluster munitions.
    Recognizing the needs expressed by survivors’ organizations, as well as responding to Norway’s request to work through the ICBL-CMC to support survivors’ networks, the ICBL-CMC will continue to implement the Survivor Network Project in 2015.
    The Survivor Network Project (SNP) aims to empower and support survivors so that they are
    better able to claim their rights and find their place socially and economically; and contribute to the objectives of the ICBL-CMC in States Parties to both conventions and ensure progress in mine and cluster munitions affected states not parties to the Conventions. The SNP is fully part of the ICBL-CMC activities, with links to ICBL-CMC advocacy and campaigning objectives and research and policy objectives but is targeted to work with national campaigns or those parts of national campaigns that are organized as survivor networks.
    In 2015, the SNP will engage with survivor networks that are part of the ICBL-CMC, providing capacity building support and limited funding (grant) opportunities to ensure their successful participation in advancing ICBL-CMC objectives.
    The ICBL-CMC seeks a consultant to undertake specific tasks related to the management of grant-making and the monitoring of grants to ensure the best outcome for each grant and their relevance to organizational and project goals.
    Expected results:
    The consultancy will ensure the effective use of project resources dedicated for grant support, in line with organizational and project objectives. Among other things, this will result in strengthened survivor networks that are better positioned to engage with a diverse range of funding sources to support ongoing efforts to empower survivors in landmine and cluster munition affected countries.
    Methodology:
    Based on grant-making best practices, the Consultant will develop a grant-making process for the year, evaluate grant-proposals and ensure the best outcomes of grants made. The consultant will work in close consultation with staff, other consultants, and representatives of ICBL-CMC survivor networks.

    Terms and conditions
    Costs involved in the creation of this proposal/application will be the responsibility of the respective consultants’ company and will not be reimbursed by the ICBL-CMC. The ICBL-CMC reserves the right to terminate this request for applicants at any time.

    How to apply
    Applicants should submit proposals (including reasons for interest, justification of how your qualifications make you well suited to undertake the project and estimated budget for consultant fees) in one PDF document before 17 January 2015. They will need to document that they have fulfilled all the legal obligations in their country to be allowed to work as a consultant.
    Email: jobs@icblcmc.org mentioning ICBL-CMC Survivor Network Project 2015
    Only short-listed candidates will be contacted by 23 January 2015. No phone calls please.

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  9. Handicap International

    An independent and impartial international aid organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.

    Physical Rehabilitation Technical Advisor Lebanon 5 months 14-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=525
    Prosthesis and Orthotics Advisor – Beirut – Lebanon Lebanon 5 months 15-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=528
    Prosthesis & Orthotics Technical Advisor – North SYRIA Syria 5 months 14-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=539
    Psychosocial Technical Advisor – North SYRIA Syria 5 months 14-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=541
    Technical Advisor Prosthesis & Orthotics Jordan 5 months 14-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=550
    Physical Rehabilitation Manager – Beirut – Lebanon Lebanon 5 months 14-10-14 http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=491

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  10. Projects Technical Advisor in Rehabilitation / Victim Assistance
    Handicap International
    Country: Yemen
    Closing date for applications: 11/05/2014

    http://www.handicapinternational.be/en/vacancies/projects-technical-advisor-in-rehabilitation-victim-assistance-0

    Location: Yemen / Aden with frequent trips to Sana’a

    Starting date: 02/06/2014

    Duration of the mission: 1 year, extendable

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  11. Victim assistance and rehabilitation Project Manager – Yemen
    Closing date for applications: 13/05/2014

    http://www.handicapinternational.be/en/vacancies/victim-assistance-and-rehabilitation-project-manager-yemen

    Handicap International
    Country: Yemen
    Location: Aden with frequent trips to Sana’a (and possibly to other areas of Yemen)
    Starting date: 09/06/2014
    Duration of the mission: 1 year, extendable

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  12. Victim Assistance Project Manager – South Sudan
    Length of the assignment : 12 months
    http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/en/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=368

    Closing date: 08/04/2014
    Handicap International

    JOB DESCRIPTION The Victim Assistance project aims to support the national Authorities in the implementation of the South Sudan National Mine Action Strategic Plan 2012-2016 and to increase the access to mainstream and specialized services at individual and community levels. At macro level, the project aims to support South Sudan Mine Action to coordinate and implement activities (set-up of a centralized victim information database, baseline survey, support the ministries in the implementation of the strategic plan,set-up of a steering committee, etc) – This part is currently on stand by following December crisis. And at micro level, set-up of a personalized social support service (PSS) for identification, referral and support to landmine/ERW survivors, their families and people with disabilities in the target areas and facilitation of the access to social, rehabilitation and livelihood services.

    As Victim Assistance Project Manager, you will be based in Yei and spend approximately one week per month in Juba for coordination/donors/stakeholders meetings. You will be under the direct supervision of the Country Director who is based in Juba. You will be in charge of 6 team members.

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  13. MEDICAL OFFICER

    WHO Disability and Rehabilitation Team (DAR)

    Vacancy Notice No: HQ/14/NMH/TA13

    Title: Medical Officer

    Grade: P4

    Contract type: Temporary appointment

    Duration of contract: 1 year

    Application Deadline: 20 March 2014

    Duty Station: Geneva, Switzerland

    Organization unit: HQ/NMH Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health (HQ/NMH) /
    HQ/VIP Injuries and Violence Prevention (HQ/VIP)

    https://erecruit.who.int/public/hrd-cl-vac-view.asp?o_c=1000&jobinfo_uid_c=28791&vaclng=en

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  14. Part-time Victim Assistance Intern

    The International Campaign to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munition Coalition (ICBL-CMC) are global networks of civil society organisations working across some 100 countries to end the harm caused by landmines and cluster munitions. The Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is a joint initiative of the ICBL-CMC and provides the most up-to-date and relevant information on and assessment of the international community’s response to the problems caused by landmines, cluster munitions, and other explosive remnants of war.
    The Survivor Network Project is a project of the ICBL-CMC that aims to empower and support survivors so that they are better able to claim their rights and contribute to ICBL-CMC advocacy objectives. It is closely linked to and forms part of all ICBL-CMC advocacy, research and campaigning objectives and is targeted to work with national campaigns or those parts of national campaigns that are organized as survivor networks.

    Main Tasks
    1) Monitor Victim Assistance
    • Research on casualties and victim assistance in mine and cluster munition affected countries. This would include media searching, contacting people by email or phone with questions, and web searching
    • Proof-reading and fact checking draft country profiles, fact sheets, working papers and overview chapters for the Victim Assistance thematic team
    • Drafting of victim assistance blog entries on relevant events happening in Geneva or topics to be researched, as provided by Victim Assistance co-coordinators
    • Data (numeric and textual) collection and analysis from country profiles for use in drafting other victim assistance reporting
    • Data review of casualty database and comparison/double checking with country profiles
    2) Survivor Network Project
    • Doing research and providing logistical support for survivor network project trainings and capacity building sessions held during or close to a meeting of states parties
    • Collecting and organizing multimedia materials from survivor networks to have available for a range of uses
    • Assisting survivor networks in developing a free web presence (blogs, social networking, etc)
    • Contributing timely content to the survivor network media and social media outreach and communications endeavors
    • Translation
    • Support for Survivor Network Projects in developing grant proposals, editing, etc (particularly for non-English writing groups)
    • Web research for possible donors request for proposal opportunities for survivor networks and other potential sources of resources.
    • Attendance of related forums (in Geneva) such as WHO, Human Rights Commission, etc, where disability and issues of conflict victims are discussed to prepare notes/reports of these events

    Necessary qualifications
    • Preference for some knowledge of disability rights/disability issues- either through education or personal experience
    • Very good computer skills, including knowledge and experience in all Microsoft Office software (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook, etc)
    • Excellent written (native or near native) and oral communications skills in English
    • Excellent organizational and analytical skills as well as attention to detail
    • The ability to work as part of a team, as well as being proactive and working well under low supervision and to tight deadlines
    • University degree or studies in International Affairs, Human Rights or Similar
    • Good communication skills
    • Research skills
    • Basic skills in photo editing with basic skills in desk top film-making a plus
    • Tech savvy with knowledge of social networking tools, etc

    Desired qualifications
    • Interest in humanitarian, disarmament & human rights projects an asset
    • Good knowledge of another language, Arabic, French or Spanish (English at or close to native speaker/writer)
    • Experience of website content management systems is an asset

    Based in Geneva. The internship would start on or close to 1 May for a period of six months, through the end of October, on a part-time basis, corresponding to 2 or 3 full days a week that could be spread in 4 – 5 half days.
    How to apply:

    Please, send your CV & cover letter to internships@icblcmc.org by 1 April 2014.
    In the subject line, please mention “Victim assistance internship”

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  15. Socioeconomic Inclusion Project Manager – Sudan

    http://www.handicapinternational.be/en/vacancies/socioeconomic-inclusion-project-manager

    Location: Yei
    Duration of the mission: 1 year renewable
    Closing date for applications: 15/12/2013
    Starting date: 06/01/2014
    Posting reference: DIR-INS-SLE-610
    Handicap International

    The Victim Assistance project aims to support the national Authorities in the implementation of the South Sudan National Mine Action Strategic Plan 2012-2016 and to increase the access to mainstream and specialized services at individual and community levels.

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  16. Afghanistan

    Afghan Landmine Survivors’ Organization (ALSO)
    Vacancy announcement for an International Technical Advisor – Expert or Consultant
    Closing date: 15 June 2013

    ALSO is looking for an international expert consultant who will work with Executive Director to
    build the capacity of ALSO in overall program management, funding and communication, by:

    1. Reviewing and enhancing the systems, procedures and policies (finance, accounting,
    human resources, logistics, project management and fund raising),
    a. Training the staff on the revised systems,
    b. Monitoring the implementation of these systems.
    2. Strategizing fund raising capacity,
    a. Developing fundraising strategy,
    b. Identifying strategic donors,
    c. Developing project proposals.
    3. Guiding the senior managers to enhance their management skills,
    4. And promoting external communication and visibility of the organization,
    a. Asses and improve website and social media
    b. Improve partnerships and networking with relevant stakeholders at national and international levels
    5. Compiling and develop ALSO’s 2012-2013 annual program activity

    For more information please visit:
    http://www.afghanlandminesurvivors.org

    Submit your application electronic only to:
    info@afghanlandminesurvivors.org
    Persons with disabilities with required knowledge and skills are highly encouraged to apply.

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  17. Development of Programme Guidance on Victim Assistance – Consultancy
    UNICEF

    http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_67842.html

    Closing date: 22 February 2013

    Develop practical “child-focused victim assistance programme guidance” for UNICEF that will help country offices on how to establish new age- and gender-sensitive victim assistance programmes for children and/or how to adapt existing ones.

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  18. Colombia.

    Conflict and Development expert: Displacement, Landmine Victims and all Conflict Victims Specialist

    Closing date: 30-Dec-2012

    QED is seeking qualified professionals with experience in a broad range of categories for anticipated evaluations in Colombia. Candidates will use their technical expertise to assist the USAID/Colombia mission perform short term evaluations and rigorous analyses, gather baseline data, track results, periodically report on progress, perform evaluations, respond to ad-hoc requests for information, manage recordkeeping, and other project development and program office functions.

    Key Qualifications:

    Master’s Degree in related field and at least 10 years of relevant experience.
    or Bachelor’s Degree in related field and at least 15 years of relevant experience.
    Experience in Colombia or LAC region preferred.
    Fluency in Spanish & English required.

    http://qed.devhire.devex.com/jobs/326575

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  19. Handicap International is looking for a Livelihood Technical Advisor to join its team in Lao PDR. Fixed-term contract for 12 months. Starting date: beginning 2013.

    The application can be submitted to jobs@handicap.be

    Closing date: 20 December 2012.

    http://www.handicapinternational.be/en/jobs/livelihood-technical-advisor-lao-pdr

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  20. Job Opportunity Advisor, Information Management (mine action and health)

    Open until 31 December 2012

    http://www.gichd.org/about-gichd/jobs/detail/article/1354006282-job-opportunity-advisor-information-management-mine-action-and-health/

    Thematic responsibility will be the applications of IMSMA for health information management – with an emphasis on information management for landmine victims assistance and disability programming. This includes the relevant legal aspects of reporting for international humanitarian law instruments such as the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Treaty (APMBT), the Convention for the Rights of People with disabilities (CRPD), and the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM). In addition, the Information Management Advisor will become the organisation’s focal point for our relations with Latin America as well as for global questions on disability programming.

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  21. Physiotherapist
    International Medical Corps
    Country: Libya
    Department: International Operations
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2012
    http://bit.ly/RD6Jwc

    Rehabilitation Trainer
    Handicap International
    SOUTH Sudan
    CITY : YEI
    Starting date : 25/09/12 Length of the assignment : 12 months
    Closing date for application : 15/09/12 Advertisement reference : PTSUDAN0812
    http://www.handicap-international.fr/uploads/tx_dechirh/Rehab_Trainer_Sud_Soudan_0812_03.doc

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  22. Country: Lao PDR

    VACANCY – OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MENTOR
    Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise (COPE)

    Closing date: Monday 18 June 2012.

    New job opportunity at COPE: looking for an Occupational Therapy Mentor to join the team. Follow the link for job description and how to apply:

    http://www.copelaos.org/cope_news_stories.php?WEBYEP_DI=27

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  23. COUNTRY : Afghanistan
    Starting date: End of March
    CITY: Qunduz
    Lenght of the assignment: 6 Month
    Advertisement reference: Physical therapist
    Handicap International
    (Readvertized)

    http://bit.ly/H2A5xJ

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  24. Handicap International
    South and South-East Asia
    Starting date: April 2012 Length of contract: 12 months
    Deadline for application: 20/03/2012 Reference: RTINSERTAS12GB

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    Reporting to the head of the Inclusion Unit, and in liaison with the desk officers (DOs) and Field Programme Directors (FPDs), you:

    – Ensure the quality of the projects in progress or in the pipeline for those aspects
    corresponding to your skillsets.
    -Support the Human Resources in your area in developing their career paths within our organisation.
    -Support field teams in the monitoring and evaluation of their projects.
    -Play an active part in professional inclusion and disability networks in Asia.

    • PROFILE REQUIRED:

    Essential: Baccalaureate + 5 in economics, business management and/or livelihood with successful professional experience in the sector of economic inclusion of excluded people, particularly in developing countries.
    -Experience in micro-finance and the management of economic activities.
    -Expertise in project management (good writing skills, etc.) is indispensable.
    -Capacity for teamwork is essential; capacity to mobilise and secure the cohesion and buy-in around a common project of teams working in different locations.
    – Good verbal and written communication skills.

    • LANGUAGES REQUIRED: English oral and written and notion of French,

    • SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS/PARTICULARITIES OF THE POST: travel around Asia

    CONDITIONS:
    Salary: Between 2,000 and 2,500 (depending on profile) + 457 euros net of expatriation stipend + health insurance 50% covered by HI + evacuation insurance

    Please send resume and covering letter By Email : recrut06@handicap-international.org

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  25. Sierra Leone
    Armed Violence Baseline Survey Project Manager
    http://reliefweb.int/node/477041
    Closing date: 29 Feb 2012
    Action on Armed Violence
    Job title: Armed Violence Baseline Survey Project Manager

    Sri Lanka
    Inclusion Project Manager – Sri Lanka
    http://en.handicap-international.ca/Inclusion-Project-Manager_a325.html
    Closing date: 08 Mar 2012
    Handicap International is looking for Inclusion Project Manager
    COUNTRY : Sri Lanka CITY : Based in Batticaloa (East) Starting date : As soon as possible Length of the assignment : 1 year Closing date for application : 08/03/12 Advertisement reference : IncPMSLanka1202

    Afghanistan
    http://reliefweb.int/node/477886
    Physical Therapist, Kunduz, Afghanistan
    Closing date: 04 Mar 2012
    Handicap International Belgium

    Afghanistan
    Technical Rehabilitation Coordinator
    http://reliefweb.int/node/469734
    Closing date: 30 Mar 2012
    Handicap International is looking for Technical Rehabilitation Coordinator
    CITY : Kabul 50% Herat 50% Starting date : 01/03/2012
    Length of the assignment : 12 Months Closing date for application : 15/02/12 Advertisement reference :COTECAFGHA0112

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  26. Community Based Rehabilitation Worker (Re-Announced) position with Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA)
    (Afghan national)

    http://www.jobs.af/afghanistan/13814/community-based-rehabilitation-worker-re-announced-

    Contract Duration: 3 years

    Date Posted: Jan 10, 2012
    Ref. HRM/GPO 01-2012
    Closing Date: Jan 24, 2012

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  27. International Trust Fund for Demining and Mine Victims Assistance (ITF)
    Libya
    Rehabilitation Capacity Building Coordinator

    http://www.itf-fund.si/Documents/About_ITF/Job_Vacancies/Rehabilitation_Capacity_Building_147.aspx

    Closing date: 31 Jan 2012

    Position Title: Rehabilitation Capacity Building Coordinator
    Position Level: Management Level
    Duty Station: Libya
    Duration: 1 year with possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds
    Starting Date: ASAP, Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis.
    Package: 36.000€ – 48.000€ per annum (dependant on relevant experience) inclusive costs of Living Allowance

    Libya
    Physiotherapist(s)

    http://www.itf-fund.si/Documents/About_ITF/Job_Vacancies_145.aspx

    Closing date: 31 Jan 2012

    Position Title: Physiotherapist (ITF seeks substantial number of Physiotherapists)
    Duty Station: Libya
    Duration: 1 year with possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds;
    Starting Date: ASAP, Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis.
    Package: 2.000 – 3.000 € per month (dependant on relevant experience) inclusive costs of Living Allowance

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  28. Handicap International

    Afghanistan

    Technical Rehabilitation Coordinator

    http://reliefweb.int/node/469734

    Closing date: 30 Mar 2012

    Handicap International is looking for Technical Rehabilitation Coordinator

    COUNTRY : Afghanistan
    CITY : Kabul 50% Herat 50% Starting date : 01/03/2012
    Length of the assignment : 12 Months Closing date for application : 15/02/12 Advertisement reference :COTECAFGHA0112

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  29. International Medical Corps

    International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

    http://careers.internationalmedicalcorps.org/Careers.aspx?adata=Q%2fhMgU9ioOU2Q2IBMeDlPzojZaM309CBtHV%2b%2bLtKWW0PRb6H39%2fWK4hiwgS3QLR6dvwqIVTrFzs%3d

    11-454: Emergency Physiotherapist
    Country: Libya
    Department: International Operations
    Closing date: 13 Feb 2012

    11-611: Physiotherapist
    Location Libya
    Department International Operations

    11-616: Prosthetic Orthotic Technician
    Location Libya
    Department International Operations

    11-610: Psycho-Social Specialist
    Location Libya
    Department International Operations

    11-453: Psycho-Social Specialist
    Location Libya
    Department International Operations

    12-010: Rehabilitation Program Coordinator
    Location Libya
    Department International Operations

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  30. Regional Technical Coordinator- Tajikistan
    http://reliefweb.int/node/456361

    Closing date: 30 Nov 2011
    Dushanbe (Tajikistan) Starting Date: 01/01/2012 Length of the assignment: 2 years Closing date for application: 30/11/2011

    TO APPLY, please send a Resume and a cover letter by email at recrut04@handicap-international.org with the job reference TECCOCEI1111

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  31. Technical Referent Occupational Therapy m/f
    http://en.handicapinternational.be/Technical-Referent-Occupational-Therapy-m-f_a733.html

    Are you passionate about occupational therapy and would you like to support our development and emergency projects abroad, while being based in Brussels?

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  32. Physical Therapist – Kunduz., Afghanistan

    http://en.handicapinternational.be/Physical-Therapist-Kunduz–Afghanistan_a735.html

    Closing date: 10 Jul 2011

    Handicap International is looking for a physical therapist for the implementation and follow-up of physical and functional rehabilitation services (IPD, OPD, technical aids and assistive devices, patients’ information and training and referral) in the Traumatology Center in Kunduz.

    Interested ?
    Send resume (CV) and cover letter before July 10th 2011, addressed to Isabelle Galle at jobs@handicap.be

    Reply

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