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Henkilöstö- ja taloushallinnon koordinaattori

Nykyisen henkilöstöpäällikkömme jäädessä eläkkeelle haemme vakinaiseen työsuhteeseen henkilöstö- ja taloushallinnon koordinaattoria.
 

Tehtäväkuvaus:

Henkilöstö- ja talouskoordinaattorina vastaat työajan hallinnoinnista, ulkoistetun palkanmaksun sujumisesta, työehtosopimuksen noudattamisesta ja henkilöstö-ja taloushallinnon operatiivisista tehtävistä. Toimit myös esimiesten tukena ja huolehdit mm. perehdytysprosessista.
 

Osaaminen ja kokemus:

Hakijalta edellytetään alempaa korkeakoulututkintoa ja vähintään 5 vuoden työkokemusta sekä kokemusta henkilöstö-, palkka- ja taloushallinnon alalta. Tehtävän menestyksellinen hoitaminen edellyttää erityisesti TES-osaamista ja palkanmaksuprosessin ymmärrystä.Työssä tarvitaan sujuvaa suomen ja englannin kielen suullista ja kirjallista taitoa.

Arvostamme kokemusta henkilöstön kehittämistehtävistä sekä ymmärrystä taloushallinnon perusprosesseista, sähköisten työvälineiden käytön osaamista, kiinnostusta järjestötyöhön ja hallinnon tehtäväkenttään.

Etsimme tiimipelaajaa, jolta löytyy reipasta palveluasennetta, oma-aloitteisuutta sekä hyviä vuorovaikutustaitoja.  Positiivisella otteella haluat kehittää sekä itseäsi että työyhteisöäsi.

Tarjoamme mielekkään työn innostavassa lasten oikeuksia edistävässä kansainvälisessä järjestössä sekä tilaisuuden työskennellä dynaamisessa ja monipuolisesti ammattitaitoisessa työyhteisössä. Toimistomme on esteetön.
 

Pyydämme lähettämään hakemukset palkkatoivomuksineen sähköpostitse osoitteeseen rekry2@plan.fi viimeistään 5.4.2017. Täytämme paikan kesäkuun 2017 alusta alkaen tai sopimuksen mukaan.
 

Tiedusteluihin vastaavat:

  • Talousjohtaja Mikko Manninen (p. 040 748 58 00) 24.3. klo 10–11 ja 29.3. klo 14–15   
  • Henkilöstöpäällikkö Pia Virtanen (p. 050 466 15 20) 27.3. klo 14–15 ja 3.4. klo 14–15. 

Early Childhood Care and Development in Emergencies Specialist (ECCDiE)

Plan International Finland is seeking an experienced ECCDiE Specialist to strengthen the ECCD technical elements of its humanitarian projects. The main focus of the position is on coordinating implementation of projects by Plan International Country Offices and implementing partners, providing technical support for project planning, monitoring and evaluation and offering capacity building assistance for Plan International and implementing partner staff. Current projects are implemented in Jordan, Ethiopia and Uganda.

The ECCD in emergencies specialist may also be deployed through Plan International roster to support planning and management of a humanitarian response (in sudden onset or protracted settings) as part of Plan International response team. During this time his/her duties towards Plan International Finland will cease and she/he will be transferred to Plan International payroll with corresponding conditions and benefits. 

Due to the difference in thematic focuses, contexts and implementation phases of the projects the specific duties for each deployment shall be defined prior to departure, but may include:

  • Technical support to project development and ensuring that humanitarian standards and specific Plan International response standards related to ECCD are met.
  • Ensuring that Child Protection is mainstreamed or specifically included in any sectoral responses.
  • Support Plan Country Offices in monitoring ongoing projects, reporting, data collection and analysis.
  • Designing and implementing needs and impact assessments.
  • Designing tools to involve children in to project cycle management in a meaningful and age appropriate way.
  • Address beneficiary complaints as part of a team.
  • Capacity assessment of local implementing partners and other relevant stakeholders.
  • Capacity Building Support for Plan International Country Offices and implementing partners
  • Representing Plan in coordination mechanisms and forums and towards government authorities and supporting Plan Country offices in fundraising as technical expert on ECCD.
  • Supervising and managing local ECCD staff.
  • Provide continuous updates to IH, Regional Offices or Plan Finland, which ever appropriate.

The specialist is expected to be deployed either to Plan International Finland projects or through the emergency roster of Plan International up to 70% of his/her working time.

While not deployed to support Plan International or Plan Finland projects, the ECCD specialist may be asked to deliver staff training, provide expert support for project development, communications and fundraising for Plan Finland and/or Nordic humanitarian team.
 

Your qualifications:

Core Competencies:

  • People Skills: Ability to work both independently and as a part of a team and is able to support and train local and international staff. Ability to work with conflict/disaster affected communities in an inclusive and sensitive manner.
  • Communication Skills: Well developed written and oral communication skills. Able to communicate clearly and sensitively with internal and external stakeholders as a representative of Plan. This includes effective negotiation and representation skills.
  • Integrity: Works with trustworthiness and integrity and has a clear commitment to Plan's core values and humanitarian principles.
  • Resilience/Adaptability and flexibility: Ability to operate effectively under extreme circumstances including stress, medium security risks and simple living conditions. Works and lives with a flexible, adaptable and resilient manner.
  • Awareness and sensitivity of self and others: Demonstrates awareness and sensitivity to gender and diversity. Has experience and the ability to live and work in diverse cultural contexts in a culturally appropriate manner.
  • Work style: Is well planned and organized even within a fluid working environment and has a capacity for initiative and fast decision making with competent analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Experience: 4-6 years’ experience in ECCD (at least some field experience in conflict or natural hazard emergencies and/or fragile contexts).
  • Languages: Fluency in English; working level Arabic is an asset.

Technical competencies:

  • Master’s level degree in Child Development, Education, Psychology, Social Work or other relevant subject with min. 4 years of relevant working experience (or Bachelor’s level degree with min. 6 years of experience )
  • Strong understanding of pre-adolescent (0-8 years old) children’s needs, play-based activities, impacts of emergencies on children (including cognitive development), parenting and linkages among different sectors for children’s holistic development.
  • Experience adapting/implementing outcome and Impact level assessments, including collecting and integrating children’s, parents/caregivers’ and teachers’ input.
  • Experience in training and workshop facilitation for ECCD caregivers, NGO staff (local and international) and stakeholders.  

Additional/ Desired assets:

  • Experience with results based project cycle management, including planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Experience with stakeholder relations and coordination (cluster, donors, government)
  • Experience with situations of forced displacement
  • Experience and/or knowledge of community based psycho social support and child protection in emergencies.
  • Experience and/or knowledge of nutrition (<5 years old) and WASH in emergencies.
     

Other information:

The position is a local contract based either in Helsinki, Finland or Stockholm, Sweden. With exceptional candidate, working from other locations may be considered. Due to the highly mobile character of the position, the contract will not be written for more than 12 months initially. There is a possibility for extension. 

The position is line managed by Programme Director, Plan International Finland. During the potential roster deployments the line management shall be deferred to the relevant country office.
 

Applications:

Please submit a cover letter and resumé to rekry@plan.fi by April 4th. Please specify: ECCD Specialist in the subject line. Only the candidates invited to interviews will be notified. 
 

Additional information: 

DRM Manager, Ms. Merja Färm by e-mail merja.farm@plan-international.org or by phone 24.3 10–11.30am EET and 29.3 10–11.30am  EET, + 358 50 329 0447 23.

PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – INSTITUTIONAL RESOURCE MOBILISATION

Plan International Finland is seeking a professional with strong expertise in designing of development programmes, to lead the growth and strengthening of Plan’s programme portfolio. The focus will be on mobilising resources from institutional donors through innovative programming that brings lasting change in the lives of children and young people. This is a permanent position based in Helsinki (other locations are subject to negotiation).
 

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Analyse trends in development funding and identify new funding opportunities from various multilateral donors such as the EU, UN and development banks;
  • Pro-actively engage in identification and design of new grant-funded projects;
  • Lead proposal development from inception to contracting stage; with responsibility for drafting proposals together with the country offices;
  • Together with the team, shape the direction of Plan’s programming through innovative and high-quality projects;
  • Establish and maintain relations with key donors;
  • Provide support to programme staff on donor compliance and contract management;
  • Ensure consistent learning and strengthen Plan Finland’s grant management process.
     

Your qualifications:                                                                          

  • University degree from an appropriate field (e.g. social sciences, economics);
  • Demonstrable evidence of successful NGO grants acquisition from EU and other multilateral donors (please specify where, when, amount of funding raised);
  • At least 5 years of relevant work experience (past experience from developing countries is an advantage);
  • Good understanding of the current trends in aid funding and an ability for strategic thinking;
  • Fluency in English; strong proposal writing skills with attention to details. Other languages incl. Finnish are an asset;
  • Result oriented;
  • Work well under pressure and against tight deadlines;
  • Strong team-working, problem solving and cross-cultural communication skills;
  • Readiness to travel up to 6 weeks a year, sometimes at short notice;
  • Expertise in child rights, gender equality, and a passion for development.
     

We offer:

  • An opportunity to work in an exciting, future-oriented role in one of world’s largest development NGOs, in a position that truly brings lasting change to the lives of boys and girls;
  • A competitive salary (and for posts in Finland, standard non-cash benefits);
  • A flexible, result-oriented professional culture that places much value on employees’ wellbeing at work;
  • A chance to work as part of a fun and talented.
     

Applications:

Please submit a cover letter and resumé to rekry@plan.fi by March 27, 2017. Only the candidates invited to interviews will be notified.
 

Additional information:

Programme Director Annukka von Kaufmann, phone enquiries +358 40 566 0599 on Thursday 16 March, 2017 at 1–2 pm (EET) or Monday 20 March at 11–12pm (EET).

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