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  1. 1. Здравствуйте, дорогие получатели рассылки!Предлагаем Вам 425-й выпуск электронной рассылки для кыргызстанских выпускников программГосдепартамента США. Вы получаете данное сообщение потому, что Вы либо являетесь выпускникомпрограммы обмена, спонсируемой правительством США, либо Вы запросили данную информацию. Внастоящее время в списке получателей рассылки зарегистрировано около 1000 электронных адресов.Электронная рассылка для кыргызстанских выпускников программ Госдепартамента США предназначена дляинформирования о мероприятиях, проводимых для выпускников, а также для распространения новостей иобъявлений от АЙРЕКС, АКСЕЛС, Посольства США в Кыргызстане и других организаций о вакансиях,грантовых программах, стипендиях для учебы и стажировок и других возможностях для личного,академического и профессионального роста. Информация рассылается один раз в неделю. Вы вправераспространять ее среди всех заинтересованных лиц.У этого сообщения нет приложений, поэтому из соображений безопасности не открывайте возможныхприкрепленных файлов. Для Вашего удобства, теперь выпуски электронной рассылки размещаются вформате word по адресу http://www.irex.kg/en/alumni/newsletter.htm l и http://www.facebook.com/IREXKyrgyzstan.Если Вы желаете распространить какую-либо информацию по данной рассылке, пожалуйста,отправьте соответствующее сообщение на адрес alumni-kg+owners@irex.org не позднее 13:00 каждуюсреду.Сообщения, отправленные напрямую на электронный адрес рассылки, блокируются.Сегодня 8 ноября 2012 г. В этом выпуске:*************************************************************1) ANNOUNCEMENTS/ ОБЪЯВЛЕНИЯ:1. INTERNSHIP, ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 14, 20122. INTERNSHIP, INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS (ICLHR) INITIATIVE. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20122) VACANCIES / ВАКАНСИИ:1. ВАКАНСИЯ: СПЕЦИАЛИСТ ПО МОНИТОРИНГУ, ГЕРМАНСКОЕ ОБЩЕСТВО ПО МЕЖДУНАРОДНОМУ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВУ, ПРОГРАММА «СОДЕЙСТВИЕ УСТОЙЧИВОМУ ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОМУ РАЗВИТИЮ», БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПОДАЧИ ЗАЯВОК: 9 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г.2. ДОЛГОСРОЧНЫЕ И КРАТКОСРОЧНЫЕ ПОЗИЦИИ, CHEMONICS INTERNATIONAL INC, БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 9 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г.3. VACANCY: LEGISLATIVE INSTITUTE MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20124. VACANCY: LEGISLATIVE PROCESS SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20125. VACANCY: COMMITTEE HEARING SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20126. VACANCY: COMMITTEE RESEARCH MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20127. VACANCY: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20128. VACANCY: HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 20129. VACANCY: PROGRAM ACCOUNTANT, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 201210. VACANCY: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 201211. VACANCY: OFFICE MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 201212. VACANCY: OFFICE ASSISTANT, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 201213. ВАКАНСИЯ: МЕНЕДЖЕР ОТДЕЛА ПО «СНИЖЕНИЮ РИСКОВ СТИХИЙНЫХ БЕДСТВИЙ», ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЙ ФОНД ПРОГРАММЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ РАЗВИТИЯ ГОРНЫХ СООБЩЕСТВ КЫРГЫЗСТАНА (ИНИЦИАТИВА ФОНДА АГА ХАНА), БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 16 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г.14. ВАКАНСИЯ: КООРДИНАТОР ПО ОПЕРАЦИОННЫМ ВОПРОСАМ, ПРОГРАММА РАЗВИТИЯ ЖЕНСКОГО ЛИДЕРСТВА В МАЛЫХ И СРЕДНИХ ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯХ (ЖЛМСП), USAID ACDI/VOCA. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 15 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г.15. ВАКАНСИЯ: СПЕЦИАЛИСТ ПО РАЗВИТИЮ БИЗНЕСА И ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКОМУ ОБУЧЕНИЮ, ПРОГРАММА РАЗВИТИЯ ЖЕНСКОГО ЛИДЕРСТВА В МАЛЫХ И СРЕДНИХ ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯХ (ЖЛМСП), USAID ACDI/VOCA. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 15 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г. **************************************************
  2. 2. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ ОБЪЯВЛЕНИЯ: **************************************************1. INTERNSHIP. ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 14, 2012 Internship Topic: Understanding Trade Data and Trade Flows in Central and West Asia. Summary of Job Description The detailed tasks of this proposal are indicative and to be refined upon reviewing the intern candidates’ profiles and potential skills. The intern will strengthen CWRD’s understanding of external trade data and trade flows in the region. The results produced, in particular the “Trade Data Briefs” for CWRD countries, will help CWRD to better understand trade statistics, monitor trade flows in the region and progress in trade expansion, including that among the CAREC countries. This will contribute to the identification, design and implementation of investments to promote trade expansion. Background: Expanded trade and improved competitiveness are important ingredients of countries’ economic growth. They also constitute two strategic objectives of the CAREC program. Monitoring their achievement is essential not only to demonstrate development effectiveness, but also to identify and design the most effective interventions to promote trade. Monitoring of trade flows could also alert CWRD of any shortcomings in implementation of planned investments or reforms, in order to respond. Effective performance of these tasks requires a good understanding of the state and quality of trade data in the countries. Understanding of the trade flows in the CWRD region is challenging, because their trade statistics display certain weaknesses and inconsistencies. For some countries, and for some commodities, data are unavailable from international sources, and the data that are available, often differ from government data. Data often differ from “mirror” statistical data, eg., the ones reported by exporting or importing partners. In some of the countries, large volumes of trade are informal, and therefore unreported, or are systematically under-reported, for various reasons. In addition, trade flows are generally reported in nominal, not real terms, making it difficult to understand effective trade flows and patterns over time, or compare between countries. All of these factors complicate data interpretation, which in turn makes it hard to monitor effective trade flows. In this context, the detailed tasks to be carried out by the intern are: 2. Review and summarize the relevant literature and international good practice in collecting and reporting trade statistics, and common shortcomings in the CWRD countries. 3. Collect and consolidate trade data from government sources (some data may be collected prior to the start of the assignment, with the assistance of the resident missions, specifically the country economists, as needed) and international sources (UN COMTRADE, IMF Directory of Trade Statistics). 4. Compare government and international sources and examine the two datasets in terms of coverage, classification, levels of reporting, etc.; examine “mirror” data by comparing the exports reported by one country with the imports reported by another. 5. Design a questionnaire to understand the way in which trade data are collected and reported, and the reasons for any inconsistencies identified above. 6. Fill in the questionnaire, through reference to appropriate literature and websites, and with assistance from country economists, who will seek data or information as needed from relevant government authorities. 7. Based on tasks 1-5, develop a “Trade Data Brief” template to be used as guidance by users of national trade data within CWRD. The trade brief should explain the methodology and process of data collection and reporting, detailing any major inconsistencies with international and “mirror” data, and explaining them, as far as possible. 8. . Compile “Trade Data Brief” for each of the ten CWRD countries in accordance with the developed template. 9. Review and summarize the relevant literature and international good practice in computing trade flows in real terms. 10. Develop guidelines to compute real trade flows for CWRD countries. 11. Apply these guidelines to compute real trade flows for one or more “pilot” countries. The intern will work closely with economists in CWRC and will consult with the CAREC unit. Consultations with OREI, ERD, and ADBI staff will be held through the internship supervisors, whenever appropriate. The resident missions, especially the country national economic officers, will also work with the intern, helping to develop
  3. 3. questionnaires and collect the necessary data. The CAREC consultants may also support the intern byrequesting data and following up with relevant authorities, as required.Expected OutcomesThe intern will work closely with economists in CWRC and will consult with the CAREC unit. Consultations withOREI, ERD, and ADBI staff will be held through the internship supervisors, whenever appropriate. The residentmissions, especially the country national economic officers, will also work with the intern, helping to developquestionnaires and collect the necessary data. The CAREC consultants may also support the intern byrequesting data and following up with relevant authorities, as required. 1. Final report, including: o Summary of international good practice in trade statistics, and common shortcomings in the CWRD countries. o Findings of comparisons between government and international data, and of mirror-data analysis. o Lessons learned for ADB use of trade statistics in CWRD countries. o Methodology to compute real trade flows for CWRD countries, and application of this methodology to one or more “pilot” countries. o Trade Data Brief” for each of the ten CWRD countries (see below). 3. One “Trade Data Brief” for the each of ten CWRD countries, containing the description of trade statistics for that country, explaining the methodology and process of data collection and reporting, detailing any major inconsistencies with mirror or international data, and explaining them, as far as possible. The trade briefs will be attached to the final report as an appendix. 4. Presentation to CWRD and other interested staff. 5. Database of trade data from government and international sources in an agreed format.The final report will be developed into a knowledge product, such as a CWRD working paper, with support fromthe intern’s supervisors. This report will be circulated as appropriate within CWRD and to relevant governmentcounterparts, to ensure that the knowledge developed and lessons learned are shared. The Trade Data Briefswill be made available to CWRD economists working on trade issues and, if appropriate, uploaded to CWRD’sinternal website.Educational Requirements:Candidates must: • Be enrolled in a Masters or PhD program in Economics with specialization in Trade Economics and/or Trade Statistics and/or Economics of developing or transitional countries, at a school in one of the ADB member countries, both prior to and after the internship assignment; • Be engaged in academic study in a field directly related to ADBs work.Relevant Experience And Other Requirements: • Has some experience collecting and analyzing trade data, and experience in applied trade work; • Is familiar with the issues of trade economics and development, and with most recent literature in these areas; • Has some knowledge and understanding relevant to the specific circumstances and issues of CWRD countries; • Has Russian language proficiency, or at least can read basic Russian to be able to work with relevant websites (preferred); • Has some experience working with government agencies (preferred); • Excellent presentation, communication and written English skills.Core Competencies:Candidates must be able to: • exhibit professionalism in the conduct of his/her project tasks. • analyze data and recommend solutions. • be self-directed. • build professional relationships to achieve results. • prioritize work to achieve assignment outcomes. • experience in statistical packages.
  4. 4. Immediate Reporting Relationships / Other Information: • Position reports to an assigned International Staff Supervisor. • Candidates must be a national of one of ADB’s member countries. • Past interns are ineligible to apply in subsequent years. • Close relatives of ADB personnel are ineligible to apply but ADB spouses may apply if the eligibility requirements are met. Internship duration is 8 weeks. Assignment is from February to April 2013. Additional Requirements 1. Submit your CV by upload in “Documents” section in the application; and 2. Answer essay questions below in Ms WORD or PDF document, maximum of 1500 words per question. Upload in "Documents" portion in the application. Essay Questions: (1) Describe one example of your experience that demonstrated your interest in working in ADB. (2) Highlight your qualifications that will help accomplish this internship assignment (e.g., course work, research, work experience, etc.). Non-submission of CV and essays will deem application INCOMPLETE and WILL NOT BE PROCESSED FURTHER. Important Instructions Queries can be directed at adbintern@adb.org Note: Applications for anticipated vacancies are received through the ADB Recruitment Center (ARC), a system that automates ADBs recruitment process. ARC facilitates the submission of applications, and enables applicants to check status of their applications on ADBs website. You will need to create an account before making any submissions.2. INTERNSHIP, INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS (ICLHR) INITIATIVE. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 The ICLHR Initiative is currently looking for contributors to the Legal Tools Database (LTD) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Deadline for applications - 15 November 2012 Legal Tools Database is developed by the ICCs several outsourcing partners from different regions of the world, including the ICLHR Initiative. The LTD is free available in the internet via the website www.legal-tools.org It is constantly updated, and currently comprises over 50,000 legal documents related to human rights law and international criminal and humanitarian law. These are, in particular, documents produced by international tribunals, relevant national legislation and cases, media and NGOs’ reports, or the preparatory works to the Rome Statute of the ICC. The LTD can be searched via a search engine, or through a folders tree viewer. The LTD together with other Tools of the ICC are the leading information services on international criminal law. The repository serves judges, prosecutors, lawyers, non-governmental organizations, members of academia and all other interested parties in dealing with prosecution, adjudication, documentation, research and education related to core international crimes. ICLHR’s role: Under an agreement with the ICC, the ICLHR Initiative is responsible for the development of a significant part of the Legal Tools Database (see www.legal-tools.org/work-on-the-tools/table-of-responsibilities/ where we feature as ‘CEEI’). We are tasked with registration of primarily national documents from or related to the following countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Dominica, Estonia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Guyana, Haiti, Hungary, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Tajikistan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. We also feed the database with documents originating from international(ized) jurisdictions, such as ad hoc war crimes tribunals, and human rights decisions of international bodies, and with some other materials, too. Via this announcement, the ICLHR Initiative encourages you to join a team of contributors to the Legal Tools Database.
  5. 5. You would be responsible for: • finding new sources of relevant documents in English and other languages; • registering the documents from the newly-discovered sources and those submitted to you by the ICLHR co-ordinator by inputting information describing the documents (meta-data) into the Database. Successful candidates will: • personally and concretely support a renowned, hands-on, capacity-building project in international criminal justice; • increase their knowledge about human rights law and international criminal law, and likely find good resources for a research in the fields of law, international relations or history; • join a global team of other young aspiring experts; • receive training regarding the database; • work via internet, hence anywhere in the world without requiring to be available during strict working hours; • improve their legal English reading and understanding skills; • acquire the experience of interning in an international NGO. Requirements? This internship is for you if you: • have an interest in international law, particularly international criminal and humanitarian law; • possess at least good passive knowledge of English (reading); • have good computer skills and access to the Internet; • are ready to communicate with the Initiative on an on-distance basis (via the Internet); • are diligent and self-disciplined; • can committ at least a few hours a week. An additional asset is: • to be familiar with sources of LTD-relevant documents originating from or related to a country featuring on the above-mentioned list, and/or to speak a language in which national sources may be created in; • to have good research skills (as the interns may be expected to find new sources of relevant information). This voluntary internship is for the duration of 3 to 6 months, as individually arranged with the successful candidates. The interns will receive a letter of recommendation and a certificate upon successful completion of the internship. The best performing contributors may be offered to take the position of a reviewer of registration of documents by others, and increase their chances of further collaboration with the ICLHR Initative on other projects. The ICLHR Initiative is also developing a basic training scheme about the system of international humanitarian and criminal law for LTD contributors (visit our website soon for further news in this regard). Submit your CV and a cover letter (in English or Polish) to initiative@iclhr.org by 15 November 2012 ************************************************** VACANCIES / ВАКАНСИИ: **************************************************1. ВАКАНСИЯ: СПЕЦИАЛИСТ ПО МОНИТОРИНГУ, ГЕРМАНСКОЕ ОБЩЕСТВО ПО МЕЖДУНАРОДНОМУ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВУ, ПРОГРАММА «СОДЕЙСТВИЕ УСТОЙЧИВОМУ ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОМУ РАЗВИТИЮ», БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПОДАЧИ ЗАЯВОК: 9 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (Германское общество по международному сотрудничеству) Программа «Содействие устойчивому экономическому развитию» объявляет о вакансии: «Специалист по мониторингу». Эффективно, действенно и с ориентацией на партнеров – так мы поддерживаем людей и общества по всему миру в осуществлении ими деятельности, направленной на расширение перспектив и формирование устойчивых условий собственного существования. Являясь германской федеральной компанией, GIZ оказывает поддержку правительству Федеративной Республики Германия в реализации поставленных им задач в сфере международного сотрудничества в целях содействия устойчивому развитию. Должностные обязанности: • мониторинг и оценка планов и мероприятий программы • контроль за реализацией планов программы • разработка инструментов и предложений предложений по улучшению качества • анализ потенциальных партнеров
  6. 6. • подготовка отчётов и документации программы Обязательные требования: • степень магистра или учёная степень кандидата наук в области экономики, управления бизнесом или в другой смежной области • опыт работы в соответствующей сфере не менее 3 лет • компьютерная грамотность и умение работать с офисной техникой • свободное владение русским и английским языками, знание немецкого и кыргызского языков является преимуществом Контакты: Резюме, сопроводительное письмо и рекомендательные письма на немецком или английском языках с пометкой «Project officer» предоставить не позднее 17 часов 30 минут 09 ноября 2012 г. по адресу: г. Бишкек, ул. Исанова 105, офис программы «Содействие устойчивому экономическому развитию» или отправить по e-mail: vacancy-nawi@giz.kg Только наиболее подходящим кандидатам будет сообщено о дате собеседования.2. ДОЛГОСРОЧНЫЕ И КРАТКОСРОЧНЫЕ ПОЗИЦИИ, CHEMONICS INTERNATIONAL INC, БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 9 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г. Требования к соискателю: В число долгосрочных и краткосрочных позиций входят: 1. Специалист по мониторингу и оценке 2. Специалист по сельскому хозяйству 3. Инженер (краткосрочная позиция) 4. Инструктор по вопросам местного экономического развития (краткосрочная позиция) В число общих требований для данных позиций входят: • Опыт работы в международных проектах, финансируемых донорами • Хорошие управленческие, лидерские способности и навыки общения • Предпочтительно знание английского, русского и кыргызского языков • Способность работать самостоятельно и в команде • Трудолюбие, ответственность и инициативность 1. Специалист по мониторингу и оценке (Срок подачи заявок до 23 Ноября 2012г.) Специалист по МиО оказывает поддержку Руководителю Проекта и лидерам компонентов в определении и подготовке отчетности о результатах программы в соответствии с утвержденным Планом мониторинга. В обязанности в рамках данной позиции входит тесное сотрудничество со всеми лидерами компонентов и техническими специалистами. Специалист по МиО должен обладать хорошим пониманием технических сфер деятельности Программы. Квалификация и навыки: • Академическая степень в сфере экономики, экономики развития, сельского хозяйства, статистики или смежной отрасли; • Не менее двух лет опыта работы в сфере МиО или смежной области; • Общее понимание технических аспектов программы, таких как, местное экономическое развитие, сельское хозяйство, переработка, развитие МСП, туризм и т.д. • Хорошие навыки коммуникации и работы в команде; • Практические знания в сфере анализа данных, статистики и проведения исследований являются преимущество; • Отличноезнание MS Office Word, Excel и PowerPoint • Обязательное знание русского и английского языка, знание кыргызского языка – преимущество. 3. Специалист по сельскому хозяйству Цель должности: Анализ, развитие и координация мероприятий по цепочке добавленной стоимости (ДС) в области животноводства и молочного производства в рамках деятельности Программы Ключевые обязанности:
  7. 7. • Оказание поддержки в подготовке и активная своевременная реализация мероприятий рабочего плана по ДС животноводства и молочного производства. • Анализ, координация и налаживание связей с целью реализации мероприятий по ДС животноводства и молочного производства. • Предоставление стратегического руководства и технической поддержки ДС животноводства и молочного производства, в рамках Программы и в пользу целевых групп Программы (компаний частного сектора, НПО, правительственных организаций, и т.д.). • Продвижение и поощрение проектов предпринимателей, разработка стратегий их реализации, и взаимодействие с целевыми группами. • Установление взаимоотношений с другими донорами, НПО, правительственными ведомствами и ассоциациями частного сектора, и ознакомление с мероприятиями по ДС животноводства и молочного производства проводимыми ими, ведение таблицы с их контактной информации 4. ИнженерЦель должности:Предоставление рекомендаций, а также осуществление руководства, надзора и инспекций припроведении ремонтных или строительных работ на объектах, принадлежащих бенефициарам грантов ипомощи в неденежной форме, или деятельности, реализуемой сотрудниками команды посельскохозяйственным вопросам Программы USAID по местному развитию.Основные обязанности: • Осведомленность обо всех ремонтных или строительных работах, осуществляемых бенефициарами или сотрудниками Программы USAID по местному развитию в рамках всех подсекторов, попадающих в сферу деятельности команды по сельскохозяйственным вопросам: переработка фруктов и овощей, кормовые цеха для целей животноводства, пункты сбора и охлаждения молока, птицефермы и другие подсектора, которые могут быть добавлены Программой. • Подготовка чертежей, инженерных планов, ведомостей объемов работ и смет по мере запроса со стороны команды по сельскохозяйственным вопросам, с целью обеспечения выполнения ремонтных и строительных работ на должном профессиональном уровне. • Оказание поддержки техническому персоналу команды по сельскохозяйственным вопросам и отслеживание хода выполнения ремонтных и строительных работ бенефициарами, предшествующих поставке закупленного Программой оборудования. 5. Инструктор по вопросам местного экономического развитияЦель задания:Целью настоящего задания является разработка высококачественной учебной программы ипредоставление услуг обучения в университетах Кыргызстана. Обучение направлено на повышениезнаний студентов в области местного экономического развития (МЭР), а также повышение уровняосведомленности в вопросах МЭР и его роли в государственных мерах по содействию устойчивомуразвитию. В рамках настоящего задания планируется охватить до 10 университетов по всемуКыргызстану: в Бишкеке – 3, в Оше – 3, в Баткене – 1, в Джалал-Абаде – 1, в Караколе – 1 и в Нарыне – 1.Учебная программа, разработанная на базе учебных пособий ПМР поМЭР и адаптированная кособенностям местных университетов, будет представлена университетам для внедрения в собственныеучебные программы. Возможность внедрения будет обсуждаться с руководством каждого университетапо отдельности. Данное мероприятие будет способствовать повышению потенциала будущихруководителей органов местного самоуправления. При этом авторское право на все разработанныематериалы сохраняется за ПМР.Задачи:Инструкторы по вопросам местного экономического развития: • ознакамливаются с деятельностью Программыи изучают соответствующие документы по МЭР; • в тесном сотрудничестве с персоналом Программы разрабатывают программу двух дневного обучения вопросам МЭР для целевых университетов, в том числе для университетов, расположенных в регионах Кыргызстана; • составляют программу семинаров с указанием дат, продолжительности, списка университетов и групп студентов; • участвуют в работе по организации (материально-техническом обеспечении) обучения в университетах; • проводят ря дсеминаров в университетах, расположенных в г. Бишкеке и регионах Кыргызстана;
  8. 8. • оказываютсодействиеГруппепомониторингуиоценке в сборе необходимых данных (список участников и т.д.); • разрабатывают и представляют ПМР комплект методических материалов с кратким содержанием учебного плана, а также пакет всех раздаточных материалов; • составляют и представляют итоговый отчет о мероприятиях, реализованных в рамках поставленных задач. Квалификационные требования: • Диплом о высшем образовании по экономике, деловому администрированию, государственному управлению, государственной политике, муниципальному управлению или смежным областям; • Опыт составления учебных программ; • Опыт проведения обучения/семинаров; • Глубокие знания в области местного экономического развития и/или прямых иностранных инвестиций; • Свободное владение русским и кыргызским языками; знание английского языка является преимуществом; • Превосходные навыки межличностного общения, анализа, преподнесения материалов и составления документов. Контакты: Для подачи документов по одной из данных позиций, отправьте на указанный ниже адрес электронной почты, указав название позиции в строке «Тема», ваше резюме (на английском языке) и подробное описание опыта работы в соответствующей области. На собеседование будут приглашены только кандидаты, прошедшие предварительный отбор. Программа USAID по местному развитию Адрес электронной почты: chemonicsLDP@gmail.com3. VACANCY: LEGISLATIVE INSTITUTE MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Legislative Institute Manager Location: Bishkek Reports to: Legislative Process Component Manager and Chief of Party General Responsibilities: The Legislative Institute Manager will be responsible for ensuring consistent, high-quality implementation, effectiveness, and results of KPSP activities in relation to establishment and operation of a Legislative Institute relating to legislative drafting and analysis skills. Specific Responsibilities: • Under the direct supervision of the Legislative Process Component Manager and overall guidance of the Chief of Party, the Legislative Institute Manager is responsible for setting up, establishing, managing, and ensuring the sustainability of the Legislative Institute; • Manages development, implementation, and monitoring of the Legislative Institute and its activities, thus, ensuring that its activities, objectives, budget details, activity, work plans, equipment and material procurement, and delivery are accomplished in accordance with DAI Grants and Procurement regulations, USAID policies and procedures, and all other applicable regulations; • Under instruction of the Legislative Process Component Manager, the Legislative Institute Manager will develop proposal formats for creation of the Legislative Institute and will review the necessary requirements and scopes of work for potential university-based/law school-based grantees; • Plans, oversees, reviews, analyzes, and evaluates grant/assistance applications; • Oversees operations of the Legislative Institute and procurement compliance and operations;
  9. 9. • Analyzes grant budget estimates for allowability, reasonableness, and consistency; • Participates in grantee and procurement selection committees and processes; • Conducts monitoring of the Legislative Institute’s activities during the implementation cycle to ensure delivery and disposition of goods and services; • Generates and reviews all aspects of the grant agreement with grantees on the establishment and function of the Legislative Institute; • Reviews and submits payment requests; • Ensures that all Legislative Institute activities are properly documented from the start of implementation to grant close-out; • Works closely and collaboratively with the Procurement Specialist to ensure that materials and equipment are delivered, training for their proper use is conducted, and serves as a resource to the grantee throughout the implementation process to provide necessary support; • Responsible that the program meets all DAI, USAID, and Kyrgyz Government requirements relative to USAID funds accountability and operations within Kyrgyzstan; • Monitors project budgets and provides required reporting; • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations; • Provides expert feedback to the Legislative Process Manager and Chief of Party on overall programmatic developments; • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by Legislative Process Component Manager and Chief of Party; • Any other tasks as assigned by the Legislative Process Component Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • University degree in law, social science, governance, business administration, public administration, economics, finance, or other relevant field; (additional special training in grants management will be an asset). • 7 or more years of relevant experience at the national and international level. • Experience in providing finance and grants management for USAID programs strongly preferred; prior experience in finance and grants management for international organizations or donors required. • Demonstrated familiarity with the Kyrgyz legislative structure and detailed understanding of its different components, challenges, and concerns of relevant stakeholders; • Knowledge of Kyrgyz legislative process specifics and prior experience in legislative process is required; • Experience and familiarity with curriculum design and organization of educational events; • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.), and knowledge of web-based management systems. • Excellent knowledge of domestic and USAID rules and procedures of grant management. • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to interact effectively with partners, donors, and other relevant stakeholders and personnel associated with this Program. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz, Russian, and English. • Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines and work in stressful situations. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.4. VACANCY: LEGISLATIVE PROCESS SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3.
  10. 10. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Legislative Process Specialist - Component 1 Location: Bishkek Reports to: Legislative Process Component Manager and Chief of Party General Responsibilities: The Legislative Process Specialist will be responsible for providing assistance to implement the programmatic, administrative, and organizational activities of the KPSP Legislative Process Component under guidance and instruction of the Legislative Process Component Manager and the Chief of Party. Specific Responsibilities: 1. Reports to and is directly supervised by the Component 1 Manager with the Chief of Party serving as the final supervisor. 2. Assists the Component 1 Manager in planning, overseeing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting on all KPSP activities, initiatives, and events in relation to Component 1 – Legislative Process including organizing and conducting capacity building trainings, policy seminars, and study tours. 3. Assists the Component 1 Manager in preparing scopes of work for ex pat and ccn STTAs and service provider agreements for service providers engaged under Component 1 and assists the Component 1 Manager and Financial and Administrative Manager to see that payment is properly made and documented pursuant to USAID and DAI rules and regulations. 4. Assists the Component 1 Manager in supervising and monitoring the work of KPSP supported mentors serving parliamentary counterparts. 5. Represents the KPSP at seminars, conferences, and other events if directed to do so by the Component 1 Manager and Chief of Party. 6. Manages office equipment (LCD Projector and camera) at Component 1-related events. 7. Assists the Component 1 Manager and the Financial and Administrative Manager with logistical, technical and organizational activities aimed at implementation of the programmatic events (preparation, stapling and copying handouts, arrangement of coffee breaks and meals, purchase of stationary, negotiations with service providers, providing bid analysis, renting and reservations of the conference premises, and lodging). 8. Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. 9. Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by the Component 1 Manager and Chief of Party. 10. Any other tasks as assigned by the Component 1 Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • University degree in law, government or other relevant field. • 3-5 years of international development work or relevant experience. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian; English is a plus. • Strong analytic and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines. • Ability to organize and implement seminars, trainings, and events with measurable goals. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and office technology. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.5. VACANCY: COMMITTEE HEARING SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP
  11. 11. consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Committee Hearing Specialist - Component 2 Location: Bishkek Reports to: Committee Strengthening Component Manager and Chief of Party General Responsibilities: The Committee Hearing Specialist will be responsible for providing assistance to implement the programmatic, administrative, logistical and organizational activities of the KPSP Committee Strengthening Component under guidance and instruction of the Committee Strengthening Component Manager and the Chief of Party. Specific Responsibilities: • Reports to and is directly supervised by the Component 2 Committee Strengthening Manager with the Chief of Party serving as the final supervisor. • Assists the Component 2 Manager in planning, overseeing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting on all KPSP activities, initiatives, and events in relation to Component 2 – Committee Strengthening including organizing and conducting capacity building trainings, policy seminars, parliamentary hearings, field hearings, and study tours. • Assists the Component 2 Manager in preparing scopes of work for ex pat and ccn STTAs and service provider agreements for service providers engaged under Component 2 and assists the Component 2 Manager and the Financial and Administrative Manager to see that payment is properly made and documented pursuant to USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Assists the Component 2 Manager in supervising and monitoring the work of KPSP supported mentors serving parliamentary committees. • Represents the KPSP at seminars, conferences, and other events if directed to do so by the Component 2 Manager and Chief of Party. • Manages office equipment (LCD Projector and camera) at Component 2-related events and trainings. • Assists the Component 2 Manager and Financial and Administrative Manager with logistical, technical and organizational activities aimed at implementation of programmatic events (preparation, stapling and copying handouts, arrangement of coffee breaks and meals, purchase of stationary, negotiations with service providers, providing bid analysis, renting and reservations of conference premises, and lodging). • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by the Component 2 Manager and Chief of Party. • Any other tasks as assigned by the Component 2 Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • University degree in law, government or other relevant field. • 3-5 years of international development work or relevant experience. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian; English is a plus. • Strong analytic and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines. • Ability to organize and implement seminars, trainings, and events with measurable goals. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and office technology. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.6. VACANCY: COMMITTEE RESEARCH MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program:
  12. 12. The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for InternationalDevelopment (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at theinstitutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectivelyimplementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSPconsists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance inimproving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3.improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public;and 4. assistance in improving human resource management.Vacancy Information:Title: Committee Research ManagerLocation: BishkekReports to: Committee Strengthening Component Manager and Chief of PartyGeneral Responsibilities:The Committee Research Manager will be responsible for ensuring consistent, high-quality implementation ofDAI program activities in an assigned area of responsibility under guidance and instruction of the CommitteeStrengthening Component Manager and the Chief of Party.Specific Responsibilities: • Under the direct supervision of Committee Strengthening Component Manager and overall guidance of the Chief of Party, Committee Research Manager manages the Joint Parliamentary Committee Research Fund. • Engages research institutions/think tanks in public policy creation and debate. • Assesses the capabilities, comparative advantages, and willingness of think-tanks, research institutions, and other civil society organizations to provide expert public policy-related analysis on the request of Parliament. • Establishes and manages, in partnership with Parliament, a mechanism for issuing small awards to outside analytical institutions/individuals on specific public policy issues, to include rigorous procurement standards. • Establishes and broadly disseminates a clear, functional, process for MPs and staff to request research/analysis on specific issues. • Assesses the quality and utilization of research procured through Research Fund, refining quality and procurement standards. • Fully transfers this research procurement mechanism to the Jogorku Kenesh by the end of FY2015. • Analyzes research budget estimates for allowability, reasonableness, and consistency. • Participates in procurement of research resources. • Conducts monitoring of research fund activities during the implementation cycle to ensure delivery and disposition of goods and services. • Generates and reviews all aspects of the agreements with potential partners. • Reviews and submits payment requests. • Ensures that all research fund activities are properly documented from the start of implementation to close-out. • Works closely and collaboratively with the Procurement Specialist to ensure that materials and equipment are delivered and training for their proper use is conducted. • Assures that the program meets all DAI, USAID and Kyrgyz Government requirements relative to USAID funds accountability and operations within Kyrgyzstan. • Monitors project budgets and provides required reporting. • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by Committee Strengthening Component Manager and Chief of Party. • Any other tasks as assigned by the Committee Strengthening Component Manager and Chief of Party.Desired Qualifications: • University degree in social science, business administration, public administration, economics, finance, or other relevant field; (additional special training in research fund management will be asset). • Master degree and PhD degree in the relevant field will be a plus. • 5 or more years of relevant administrative experience at the national and international level. • Experience in providing finance and grants management for USAID programs strongly preferred; prior experience in finance and grants management for international organizations or donors required. • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.), and knowledge of web based management systems.
  13. 13. • Excellent knowledge of domestic and USAID rules and procedures of grant management. • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to interact effectively with partners, donors and other relevant stakeholders and personnel associated with this program. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian, English is a plus. • Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines and work in stressful situations. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.7. VACANCY: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Media and Communication Specialist - Component 3 Location: Bishkek Reports to: Information and Communication Component 3 Manager and Chief of Party General Responsibilities: The Media and Communication Component specialist will be responsible for providing assistance to implement the programmatic, administrative, logistical and organizational activities of KPSP Component 3 Information and Communication under the guidance and instruction of the Component 3 Manager and the Chief of Party. Specific Responsibilities: • Reports to and is directly supervised by the Component 3 Manager with the Chief of Party serving as the final supervisor. • Assists the Component 3 Manager in planning, overseeing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting on all KPSP activities, initiatives, and events in relation to Component 3 – Information and Communication including organizing and conducting capacity building trainings, policy seminars, and study tours. • Assists the Component 3 Manager in preparing scopes of work for ex pat and ccn STTAs and service provider agreements for service providers engaged under Component 1 and assists the Component 3 Manager and Financial and Administrative Manager to see that payment is properly made and documented pursuant to USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Assists the Component 3 Manager in supervising and monitoring the work of KPSP supported mentors serving parliamentary counterparts. • Represents the KPSP at seminars, conferences, and other events if directed to do so by the Component 3 Manager and Chief of Party. • Manages office equipment (LCD Projector and camera) at Component 3-related events and trainings. • Assists the Component 3 Manager and the Financial and Administrative Manager with logistical, technical and organizational activities aimed at implementation of the programmatic events (preparation, stapling and copying handouts, arrangement of coffee breaks and meals, purchase of stationary, negotiations with service providers, providing bid analysis, renting and reservations of the conference premises, and lodging). • Under instruction of the Component 3 Manager provides support to the JK Press Service and parliamentary journalists principally aimed at improving overall parliamentary internal and external communications.
  14. 14. • Under instruction of the Component 3 Manager implements a broad range of communications tactics, including events, blogs, reports, data publication, online community building, case studies, articles, newsletters, and videos. • Under guidance of Component 3 Manager designs events and provide management and logistical support, including drafting announcements, invitations, press releases, talking points, and marketing materials as needed. • Facilitates conversations in relevant existing online platforms mechanisms. • Supports training and strategic communications activities, including developing and disseminating communications materials and assisting with outreach and other events. • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by the Component 3 Manager and Chief of Party. • Any other tasks as assigned by the Component 3 Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • Currently a practicing journalist preferably reporting on the Parliament. • University degree in journalism. • 3-5 years of international development work as a practicing journalist or relevant experience; • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian; English is a plus. • Strong analytic and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines. • Ability to organize and implement seminars, trainings, and events with measurable goals. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and office technology. • Ability and experience to work in Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, My Space, etc.). Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.8. VACANCY: HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Human Resources (HR) Specialist – Component 4 Location: Bishkek Reports to: Parliamentary Management and Leadership Component Manager and Chief of Party General Responsibilities: The Human Resources specialist will be responsible for providing assistance to implement the programmatic, administrative, logistical and organizational activities of KPSP Parliamentary Management and Leadership Component under guidance and instruction of the Parliamentary Management and Leadership Component Manager and Chief of Party Specific Responsibilities: • Reports to and is directly supervised by the Component 4 Manager with the Chief of Party serving as the final supervisor.
  15. 15. • Assists the Component 4 Manager in planning, overseeing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting on all KPSP activities, initiatives, and events in relation to Component 4 – Parliamentary Management and Leadership including organizing and conducting capacity building trainings, policy seminars, and study tours. • Assists the Component 4 Manager in preparing scopes of work for ex pat and ccn STTAs and service provider agreements for service providers engaged under Component 4 and assists the Component 4 Manager and Financial and Administrative Manager to see that payment is properly made and documented pursuant to USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Assists the Component 4 Manager in supervising and monitoring the work of KPSP supported mentors serving parliamentary counterparts. • Represents the KPSP at seminars, conferences, and other events if directed to do so by the Component 4 Manager and Chief of Party. • Manages office equipment (LCD Projector and camera) at Component 4-related events and trainings. • Assists the Component 4 Manager and the Financial and Administrative Manager with logistical, technical and organizational activities aimed at implementation of the programmatic events (preparation, stapling and copying handouts, arrangement of coffee breaks and meals, purchase of stationary, negotiations with service providers, providing bid analysis, renting and reservations of the conference premises, and lodging). • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by the Component 4 Manager and Chief of Party. • Any other tasks as assigned by the Component 4 Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • University degree in law, government or other relevant field (additional training on HR is asset). • 3-5 years of international development work or relevant experience. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian; English is a plus. • Strong analytic and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines. • Ability to organize and implement seminars, trainings, and events with measurable goals. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and office technology. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.9. VACANCY: PROGRAM ACCOUNTANT, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Program Accountant Location: Bishkek Reports to: Financial and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party Responsibilities: The Program Accountant is responsible for managing KPSP transactions and undertaking accounting tasks following standard procedures and policies under the guidance and instruction of the Finance and Administrative Manager as the direct supervisor and the Chief of Party as the final supervisor.
  16. 16. Specific Responsibilities: • Prepares and or reviews all payment requests and associated documentation, ensuring compliance with USAID and DAI policies and procedures; • Prepares on a daily basis needed checks and fund transfers; • Completes cash and check payments to grantees, vendors and staff (e.g., for travel related expenses), including liaison with the bank regarding daily transactions and recording these transactions in a tracking log; • Maintains records of all transactions in the Field Accounting System and assists in the preparation of monthly Field Expense Reports for transmission to DAI/Bethesda; • Reviews monthly vouchers delivered to USAID/Kyrgyzstan against associated Field Expense Reports and data contained in TAMIS; • Prepares documentation for and calculates travel advances requested by staff and delivers these to the Finance and Administrative Manager for approval and action; • Reconciles travel advances and associated vouchers and ensures compliance with Program policies; • Prepares and delivers a monthly VAT report to the Finance and Administrative Manager; • Maintains liquidity of Program accounts through weekly funds requests to DAI/Bethesda; • Manages petty cash account expenditures and maintains associated records; • Transfers cash from Program bank accounts to the office safe; • Secures and maintains as needed documentation, receipts, and customs declaration for all fixed assets. For Grants and Local Sub-Contracts: • Maintains up-to-date grant and sub-contract accounts information, including entry of accounts data into Program grants database; • Creates archive grant and sub-contract files, ensuring they include all necessary documentation, including finance documents, financial reports, final Program reports and relevant letters of approval, and are “audit ready”; • Enters data on archive process into Program database; • Other duties as assigned by the Finance and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • University degree in business administration, economics, finance, or other relevant field; (additional special training in grants management will be asset); • 5 or more years of experience in accounting and finance at the national and international level; • Experience in providing finance and grants management for USAID programs strongly preferred; prior experience in finance and grants management for international organizations or donors required; • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.), and knowledge of web-based management systems; • Excellent knowledge of domestic and USAID rules and procedures of financial management and accounting standards; • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively with partners, donors, and other relevant stakeholders and personnel associated with this Program; • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz, Russian and English; • Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines and work in stressful situations. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.10. VACANCY: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program:
  17. 17. The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for InternationalDevelopment (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at theinstitutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectivelyimplementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSPconsists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance inimproving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3.improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public;and 4. assistance in improving human resource management.Vacancy Information:Title: Procurement SpecialistLocation: BishkekReports to: Financial and Administrative Manager and Chief of PartyGeneral Responsibilities:Working under the supervision of the Financial and Administrative Manager, the Procurement Specialist will beresponsible for: ensuring all procurements are transparent and adhere to USAID and DAI policies andprocedures; and monitoring subcontractors and vendors’ contractual compliance with regard to financial andadministrative issues.Specific Responsibilities: • Ensures adherence to procurement policies and procedures, including coordinating the implementation of contracts/procurement/grants policies and procedures, participating in bid-openings and technical and cost evaluations for all components, and performing due diligence for awarded procurements. • Manages all procurement of services and commodities and assists with monitoring, tracking, and expediting of all procurement activities and delivery status of goods/services, ensuring that the procurement process is followed and that the principles of competition, fairness, transparency, and timeliness of service are met. • Works with DAI home office staff and local support staff to ensure that program activities receive commodity packages in an efficient, timely, and cost-effective manner. • Identifies potential local vendors and suppliers and assists with solicitation of bids and quotes from potential vendors in adherence to program policies. • Prepares payment requests and vendor purchase orders. • Communicates with suppliers on processing and status of payments. • Procures goods and services as outlined in grant agreements. • Informs the Grant Manager of potential or actual problems with procurement. • Confirms all invoices have been received and submitted for payment. • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by Finance and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party. • Any other tasks as assigned by the Finance and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party.Desired Qualifications: • University degree in business administration, public administration, economics, finance, or other relevant field; (additional special training in procurement will be asset). • 3-5 years of relevant administrative experience at the national and international level. • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel etc), knowledge of automated procurement systems, experience in handling of web based management systems. • Excellent knowledge of domestic and USAID rules and procedures of procurement. • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz and Russian; English is a plus. • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines.Salary & Benefits:An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.Applications:Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the emailthe title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.comDue to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Theapplication deadline is November 15, 2012.
  18. 18. 11. VACANCY: OFFICE MANAGER, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012` About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Office Manager Location: Bishkek Reports to: Financial and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party Responsibilities: The Office Manager with be responsible for providing administrative, logistical, and organizational support to KPSP programs under guidance and instruction of the Finance and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party Specific Responsibilities: • Oversees duties and responsibilities of the Office Assistant, Drivers, Guards, and Cleaners; • Ensures immigration documents of expat staff are correct and current; • Completes administrative tasks associated with the recruitment of local staff; • Maintains relationships with employment agencies, medical insurance companies, and residence landlords; • Manages utility service agreements and ensure prompt, regular payment of associated bills; • Procures office and operations equipment and supplies while seeing they are maintained in good working order; • Maintains and records KPSP project inventory; • Collects and ensures completeness and accuracy of local hire time sheets and provides to the Financial and Administrative Manager for payroll action; • Maintains personnel records, including records of staff employment, time sheets, health care, and sick/annual leave as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations; • Ensures office has medical kit and emergency medical, fire and police numbers are prominently posted; • Organizes meeting facilities, equipment, and schedules for KPSP team; • Schedules and arranges travel requirements for staff and short-term consultations; • Maintains order, cleanliness and safety of all areas of the office; • Maintains strong guidelines regarding the use of program assets. • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by Financial and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party • Performs other tasks as requested by Financial and Administrative Manager and the Chief of Party Desired Qualifications: • Higher education in management, administration, or relevant field; • 3-5 years of relevant administrative work experience; • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel etc.), knowledge of web based management systems; • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to interact effectively with partners, donors and other relevant stakeholders and personnel associated with this program; • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz, Russian and English; • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines and work in stressful situations. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications:
  19. 19. Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.12. VACANCY: OFFICE ASSISTANT, THE USAID KYRGYZSTAN PARLIAMENTARY STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (KPSP), BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2012 About the program: The KPSP is a three-year technical assistance initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). The KPSP is directed at the institutional strengthening of the Kyrgyz Parliament as an independent and professional state body effectively implementing its constitutionally mandated legislative, representative and oversight functions. The KPSP consists of the following four main components and areas of programming concentration: 1. assistance in improving legislative process and procedure; 2. assistance in strengthening parliamentary committees; 3. improving information flow on parliamentary activities between the Parliament and civil society and the public; and 4. assistance in improving human resource management. Vacancy Information: Title: Office Assistant Location: Bishkek Reports to: Office Manager, Financial and Administrative Manager, and Chief of Party Responsibilities: The Office Assistant with be responsible for providing administrative, logistical, and organizational support to the KPSP under the guidance and instruction of the Office Manager as the direct supervisor and the Finance and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party as the final supervisors. Specific Responsibilities: • Liaises via email, fax, and telephone with partners and home office personnel upon instruction of the Program Managers officers of KPSP; • Provides receipt, registration, coding and forwarding of incoming and outgoing faxes, letters and other correspondence; • Operates and maintains office equipment (telephones, internet, printers, scanners, copying machines, cameras, banners, etc.) in a good working order; • Manages office needs procurement for successful and smooth office operation; • Coordinates and organizes the vehicle schedule for the KPSP team; • Assists the Office Manager in maintaining and recording office inventory; • Implements a system of equipment control that accounts for all reportable equipment acquired under the Program; • Provides logistical and procurement support for conferences and/or training and other activities; • Administers visa and logistical support for visiting consultants; • Represents the program with local state and fiscal agencies. (Conducts proper payments of income taxes and social security taxes for the all KPSP local staff); • Provides support to the Administrative and Finance Manager to ensure that the personnel documents are filed and updated; • Maintains strong guidelines regarding the use of Program assets; • Maintains DAI library, filing, records, and trackers and performs other administrative and clerical tasks; • Manages all Program files and records to ensure that data are adequately stored and backed up; • Completes and submits time sheets and other administrative documents as required by USAID and DAI rules and regulations; • Conducts domestic travel for the KPSP as directed by Financial and Administrative Manager and Chief of Party; • Performs other tasks as requested by Financial and Administrative Manager and the Chief of Party. Desired Qualifications: • Higher education (additional special training in administrative and office management work will be asset); • 2 - 3 years of relevant administrative work experience; • Experience in usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel etc), and knowledge of web based management systems;
  20. 20. • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively with partners, donors and other relevant stakeholders and personnel associated with this program; • Excellent language skills (written and oral) in Kyrgyz, Russian, and English; • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple deadlines and work in stressful situations. Salary & Benefits: An annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications: Applicants should send a current CV and cover letter by email only, referencing in the subject line of the email the title of the applied for position to the following email address: jenish_arzymatov@dai.com Due to the large number of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The application deadline is November 15, 2012.13. ВАКАНСИЯ: МЕНЕДЖЕР ОТДЕЛА ПО «СНИЖЕНИЮ РИСКОВ СТИХИЙНЫХ БЕДСТВИЙ», ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЙ ФОНД ПРОГРАММЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ РАЗВИТИЯ ГОРНЫХ СООБЩЕСТВ КЫРГЫЗСТАНА (ИНИЦИАТИВА ФОНДА АГА ХАНА), БИШКЕК, КЫРГЫЗСТАН. ПОСЛЕДНИЙ СРОК ПРИЕМА ЗАЯВОК: 16 НОЯБРЯ 2012 Г. Требования к соискателю: Общественный Фонд Программы Поддержки Развития Горных Сообществ Кыргызстана (MSDSP KG) осуществляет программы развития, направленные на улучшение жизненных условий и возможностей в сельской местности Кыргызской Республики. Фонд осуществляет свою деятельность в Ошской и Нарынской областях в сферах развития местного самоуправления, образования, здравоохранения и сельского хозяйства. ОФ «Эм Эс Ди Эс Пи Кей Джи» был инициирован Фондом Ага Хана, который является неконфессиональным международным агентством по развитию, и основан в 1967 году Его Высочеством Ага Ханом. Миссией Фонда является развитие и поиск инновационных устойчивых путей преодоления проблем в странах Азии и Восточной Африки. Фонд Ага Хана как некоммерческая организация имеет свои филиалы и представительства в 15 странах мира. Более подробную информацию об организации можно получить по адресу: www.akdn.org Фонд объявляет конкурс на должность: МЕНЕДЖЕРА отдела по «Снижению Рисков Стихийных бедствий», (1 вакансия); Место работы: г. Ош или г.Бишкек. Основные обязанности кандидата: • Реализация и управление деятельностью отдела и внедрение компонента по снижению риска стихийных бедствий (СРБ) в программы Фонда, направленные на многосекторные развития; • Реализация программных мероприятий в соответствии с рабочим планом и бюджетом; • Планирования мероприятий, координация работы сотрудников отдела, • Регулярный мониторинг достижения целей, и обеспечение эффективного выполнения общей операции по проектам; • Сотрудничество с соответствующими государственными и негосударственными институтами; • Содействие и координация деятельности проектных партнеров. • Предоставление своевременной отчетности. Основные требования к кандидатам: • Высшее образование в сфере экологии, геологии, управлении или других смежных дисциплинах; • Опыт работы в проектах и руководящей должности не менее 3 лет и преимущественно в сфере СРБ; • Обязательное знание кыргызского, русского и английского языков (устно и письменно); • Составление отчетной документации • Возможность выезда в командировки; Заинтересованным кандидатам необходимо предоставить с обязательным указанием позиции в теме: 1. Резюме на русском и английском языках с контактами двух рекомендателей; 2. Сопроводительное письмо с обоснованием заинтересованности в данной позиции (на русском и английском языках). Контакты:
  21. 21. отправлять по адресам ОФ MSDSP KG: г. Бишкек ул.Токтогула 138 илЀentation/m1

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