As soon as possible for 12 months initially, with the possibility of extension
The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) works to enhance efficiency, effectiveness and safety in the mine action sector. Since 2015, the GICHD uses results-based management (RBM) to gear the planning and implementation of its projects towards their contribution – direct or indirect – to specific outcomes. Through this outcome approach, the focus remains on making a positive difference in people's lives.
The GICHD Directorate is responsible for overseeing the design and implementation of the RBM structure for the centre. The Directorate provides RBM guidance to the staff during the planning process, oversees and monitors the implementation of the activities in line with established targets and carries out analytical analysis of the results achieved for final reporting.
The current position is hosted within the GICHD Directorate. Under the guidance of the RBM Coordinator, the Programme Officer (PO) will provide technical and analytical support for Results-Based Management, including planning, monitoring and evaluation. S/He contributes to RBM implementation, management, helps to prepare training to improve the skills and practices of GICHD staff in RBM, Planning, Results-Oriented Monitoring and Development Evaluation.
The Programme Officer, Result-Based Management Support's key responsibilities include:
The incumbent will be recruited locally and will not be eligible for any international relocation benefit.
To apply please click on this link to the GICHD Job Application Portal and submit your candidacy through the online platform.
Your application must be presented in English and include a CV of maximum 5 pages, a letter of motivation, your earliest date of availability and any other additional material you wish to present in support of your candidacy.
The GICHD is an equal opportunities employer, as defined in the Gender and Diversity policy. As such, women and men of all ages and origins, including persons with disabilities, who meet the above requirements, are encouraged to apply.
The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) works towards reducing risks to communities stemming from explosive ordnance, with a particular focus on mines, cluster munitions, other explosive remnants of war and ammunition storages. The Centre helps develop and professionalise the sector for the benefits of its partners: National and local authorities, donors, the United Nations, other international and regional organisations, non-governmental organisations, commercial companies and academia. It does so by combining three distinct lines of service: field support focused on capacity development and advice, multilateral work focused on norms and standards, and research and development focused on cutting-edge solutions.
GICHD website www.gichd.org
For further information please contact us by e-mail at hr(at)gichd.org