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Position: Fleet Operations Officer (Internal/External)
Location: Monrovia with rotational travel in the field
Term of Employment: Full Time(5 months)
Report to: Fleet Manager
Salary: Varies with experience and education level.
Deadline for Application: March 22, 2017 @ 4:00 p.m.
All applications including a cover letter, CV (with at least three references) and copies of
academic qualifications/certificates should be addressed to the HR Manager, ACCEL-Old
Road, VP Road-Monrovia, or email to Only
shortlisted applicants will be contacted by ACCEL.
Position description:
The Fleet Operations Officer will oversee assigned fleet operations responsibilities, ensuring
efficient fleet performance (including routine evaluation and reporting) and adherence to
organization policies and government regulations.
Position responsibilities:
Specific Accountabilities
Oversee assigned fleet operations responsibilities, including fleet data capture and analysis,
record keeping and scheduling
Deliver weekly and monthly reports to the Head of Operations on fleet performance and other
operational requirements.
Maintain complete and accurate records related to fleet licensing, registrations and permits
and driver licensing and performance records.
Obtain and maintain annual vehicle inspections by regulatory authorities or in line with
contractual obligation.
Direct activities related to dispatching, routing, and tracking vehicles
Oversee proper use of fuel rations; maintain log and account for fuel and oil storage tanks.
Maintain records of daily vehicle inspections
Maintain and disseminate drivers’ schedule.
Work closely with the Fleet Manager to oversee and schedule fleet maintenance and repairs.
Research parts availability and costing and, Oversee proper maintenance of parts and other
consumables’ inventory.
With the Fleet Manager’s guidance, approve the issuance of purchase orders.
Work with Human Resources team to maintain accurate records on driver training, annual
leave or off-days, scheduling, reprimanding, hiring, and terminations.
Develop, maintain and ensure adherence to Fleet Manual procedures, including drivers
orientation and training program.
Provide support to broader Operations team as needed
in cooperation with
Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons
Bachelor Degree in Management/Administration or certificate in other related field.
At least 3 years’ professional experience supporting Fleet Management, Operations and/or
Logistics and 2 years’ working with INGO or private employer in similar field.
Complete and up-to-date knowledge of national transportation regulations.
Must have a working knowledge of computers and intermediate to advanced level Microsoft
Excel with a manifest readiness to learn organization specific fleet management tools
Ability to develop and maintain an accurate record-keeping systems
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and recognize the single most important task at any
given moment.
Excellent interpersonal, teambuilding and oral/written communication skills.

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Plan International Tel: +231 770 00 9000
Liberia Tel: +231 770 00 9028
Tubman Boulevard
Congo Town E-mail:
Behind Sophie Website:
P. O. Box 1021
Monrovia, Liberia
In September 2015, the Liberian Country Coordination Mechanism (LCM) undertook
a competitive bidding process to identify PRs for the new malaria grant under the
New Funding Model. Plan International Liberia was selected as a co-principal
recipient for the NFM period of July 1st 2016 to June, 2018 with the following
interventions mandates:
1. Treatment through community based management
2. Vector Control: ITN through mass campaign.
3. Information, Education, and Communication/Behaviour Change Communication
4. Community System Strengthening
The NFM aims to reprogram activities that were interrupted or cancelled during the
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) epidemic in the country, strengthen and accelerate
activities that were commenced in the last year of Phase 2, re-allocate savings of
Malaria Round 10 Grant, Phase 2 and align the goals and interventions to those of
the National Strategic Plan (NSP) for 2016 to 2020, National Community Health
Policy and strategy and if possible address gaps in implementation and improve
strategies according to new evidence and policies in the country.
To accomplish the targets under objective 3 above- IEC/BCC, the programme
intends to implement some activities that will include the production of Folk songs
in local Liberia Languages spoken in the 4 supported counties by Plan International
(Bomi, Lofa Margibi and Nimba) and dissemination of these songs using the
community radio stations in the 4 counties. The process will involve the engagement
of a service provider with skills, competency and capacity to produce the folk songs
using competent local artists.
Increase awareness of the population especially care givers of under 5 children and
the pregnant women in the 4 supported counties by Plan Interna tional (Bomi, Lofa,
Margibi and Nimba) on Malaria Prevention, control and Management among
communities in Liberia using folk songs for dissemination
Scope of Work
The Service provider will lead the production of Folk Songs on Malaria Prevention,
Control and Management (including recognition of danger signs and Malaria in
pregnancy). The songs will be produced by local artists who has good understanding
and ability of the 12 local languages and cultures of the people speaking the
Languages. Each songs will be produced using the appropriate musical instrument of
the language and will not be more than 5 minutes. Communities. Plan International
Liberia will enter into a service contractual agreement with the Service provider to
produce the radio Folk Songs in Kissi, Gola, (Gio, Mano, Kpelle, Kissi, Lorma Gbandi,
Bassa, Mandingo, Gola, and Liberian English
The process for selection of the service provider will by RFQ to be published on emansion
web site. The successful provider will be required to submit a technical and
financial process on how, what and the cost for production of a five minutes
folksongs in the 12 identified languages. To be selected an applicant must
demonstrate evidence of being register with relevant government agencies to
undertake business, evidence of payment of tax to government and other relevant
qualification to perform the expected work . The final products from the provider
will be master CD tapes for the 12 songs
The Duration for the development of the folk songs is 2 week (March 30—April 10,
Deadlines for Application: March 22, 2017
Responsible persons: Emmanuel R. Konoe
Cell: 0770009013/0886479937

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Mar 23, 2017 10:57 AM  | 0 Comments

18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia
Consultancy for Study on Women Land Rights Field Research
The Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA) is currently accepting expressions of interest
from qualified consultants for the Study on Women Land Rights Field Research.
LGSA promotes gender-responsive Land Rights Policy implementation by conducting field
research on topics including land rights in the context of marriage, inheritance, gender and
customary land governance (including women’s access to justice), and women’s land tenure
in the context of concessions. Research will be geared to filling gaps on women’s land rights
research done in past studies, looking closely, for example, at issues related to cohabitation,
informal marriage and inheritance, which could, if not well understood and
addressed, result in the widespread exclusion of certain categories of women under
implementation of the pending Land Rights Bill.
Key objectives include:
1) identifying risks to women associated with implementation of the pending Land
Rights Bill;
2) ascertaining areas where land rights for women and men diverge; and
3) identifying areas where customary practices do not reflect current legal rights.
The research preparation period would commence March 1, 2017
The in-country research would take place from April 17–May 3 , including
approximately 2 weeks in a total of 3 counties (Grand Bassa, Nimba and Maryland),
and 3 days of interviews in Monrovia (May 1-3).
Follow-up report writing and circulation, plus validation, will extend through May 31.
Projected Level of Effort
Approximately 30 days
Closing Date:
March 22, 2017
Consultant will accompany team on field research in 3 counties (Grand Bassa,
Nimba and Maryland), and select stakeholder interviews in Monrovia. Consultant will
assist with organizing focal group discussions, as necessary and appropriate, in each
of the research sites.
Consultant will conduct interviews and take notes from interviews on a rotating basis
with other members of the team. Consultant will be responsible for writing up her or
his proportionate share of the notes to share with the group.
Consultant will review notes from all interviews and will contribute to writing up a trip
report with the team.
Consultant will work with team to develop and execute validation processes for the
research, including potential additional meetings in research areas after the initial
trips. Consultant will contribute to writing a validation report, capturing information
18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia
about confirmed findings, updates or changes to findings, and any additional
Consultant will help to disseminate findings to Monrovia-based stakeholders.
Written notes for focal group discussions and interviews, as required (shared
responsibility with the rest of the team)
Contribution to the trip report, as discussed and determined with the team, and
review of the same
Contribution to the validation report, as discussed and determined with the team, and
review of the same
LGSA is seeking two consultants, who meet the following minimum requirements:
1) Lawyer or legal practitioner versed in women’s land rights
Degree in law or legal studies (or the equivalent)
5+ years of relevant experience
2) Grassroots women’s advocate and mobilizer
Degree in a relevant field such as gender studies, international development, social
policy, sociology, geography, anthropology (but can be substituted by commensurate
5+ years of organizing or mobilizing grassroots women in Liberia
Additionally, consultants must demonstrate : 1) the ability to perform gender-responsive
research, analysis, and synthesis of topics and issues related gender and women’s land
right, 2) the ability to translate community-based findings about gender and women’s land
rights into policy or programming in targeted countries, and 3) knowledge of gender,
women’s land rights, land, natural resources, or land governance.
Preference will be given to candidates with the following experience, skills, and abilities:
Experience with rural rapid appraisal methods, interviewing women and vulnerable
groups, gender assessments/analysis, or gender disaggregated data
Experience working with communities in Grand Bassa, Nimba or Maryland
Knowledge of local dialects in Grand Bassa, Nimba or Maryland
Excellent interpersonal skills, including applying these to working with women and
Interested applicants who meet the required profile are invited to submit an expression of
interest by submitting CV with detailed of qualifications, experience and names of three
professional references to:
Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered.
Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications
and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from
consideration. No phone calls will be accepted.
18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia

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Mar 23, 2017 10:53 AM  | 0 Comments

18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia
Community Engagement Specialist Job Description
Tetra Tech is seeking an organized, committed, self-motivated Community Engagement
Specialist to support the USAID-funded Liberia Land Governance Support Activity
(LGSA). The Community Engagement Specialist will provide comprehensive technical,
strategic, and monitoring and evaluation support to LGSA activities surrounding the
development and testing of methodologies to implement the provisions on customary
land of the Land Rights Policy. The position will also support LGSA to provide
recommendations to the Government of Liberia for the finalization of legislation and
regulations pertaining to the draft Land Rights Act.
The Liberia Community Engagement Specialist will support LGSA to:
Lead the LGSA consortium in developing and demonstrating key processes for
protecting community land and natural resources and generate recommendations for
the successful implementation of Liberia’s Land Rights Policy, with specific focus on
the recognition of customary land rights;
Provide ongoing strategic and technical support on strategies to successfully
document and protect community land and natural resources to Liberian civil society
organizations, and the Government of Liberia (GOL);
Provide comprehensive training to select civil society organizations and GOL officials
on the approach for the recognition of customary land;
Analyze program data and, based on that data, author reports that: 1) assess
program impacts, gaps and challenges; and 2) provide key recommendations for
better implementation of community land protection activities in Liberia;
Develop - or modify existing resources relevant to - a Liberia-specific “tool kit” to
consist of practitioner manuals, guidebooks, forms, and worksheets;
In consultation with GOL agencies and LGSA implementing partners, develop a
comprehensive phased and costed customary land rights recognition scale-up work
plan and timeline designed to lead to universal registration of customary land in
Liberia; and
The successful candidate will have:
An advanced degree in a relevant field such as rural or community development,
rural sociology, anthropology, human or cultural geography;
Five to seven years of proven expertise and on-the-ground experience working in
some or all of the following areas:
18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia
Land tenure security
Community based natural resource management/community forestry
Legal empowerment/paralegal training and supervision
Community land rights
Policy advocacy (both with governments and bilateral agencies)
Training and experience in field research and community development
Demonstrable data analysis, writing and editing skills;
Clear and concise communication skills, with the ability to listen and effectively
describe complex ideas.
Proven experience monitoring and evaluating complex development and/or
governance programs;
Experience working in partnership with local and national NGOs; Project
management experience, , and
A proven track record of interacting with local and high-level government
stakeholders in a respectful, diplomatic, and strategic manner.
The successful candidate will have:
Knowledge of contemporary Liberia land rights issues as they relate to emerging
land policy and legislation, and
Good team-working skills and experience in analyzing field reports.
The successful candidate will be:
Highly organized, with a proven track record of managing field work efficiently and
Detail-oriented and committed to excellence in all work products;
Comfortable living and working in basic conditions in rural areas; and
Able to handle confidential issues with discretion.
Based in Monrovia with frequent travel to rural areas.
Start Date
April 15, 2017.
18th and Warner, Sinkor
Monrovia, Liberia
Commensurate with experience. This is a contracted position, contingent on continued
USAID funding, with a duration of approximately three years.
Application Deadline: March 22nd, 2017 at 4:00pm (Late Applications will not be considered)
Instructions: Applicants should email a cover letter, current CV, and a list of at least 3
professional references including name, contract information, and statement of relationship
to the reference to Please include the position name in
the subject line of your email.
Only applicants who meet or exceed the stated position requirements will be considered.
Tetra Tech is committed to diversity and gender equality in all of its operations- in the U.S
and overseas. We strive to reflect these goals in our global mission and in our workplace.
We encourage applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural
groups. Tetra Tech is proud to be an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
: IRC3924
Issued on: 22 February 2017
Deadline For Application: 22 March 2017
POSITION TITLE: Assistant FAO Representative (Programme) GRADE LEVEL: NO-B
DUTY STATION: Monrovia, Liberia
POST NUMBER: 1052063
* The length of appointment for internal FAO candidates will be established in accordance with applicable policies pertaining to the extension of
Qualified female applicants are encouraged to apply.
Persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.
All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
The incumbent may be re-assigned to different activities depending on the evolving needs of the Organization.
Organizational Setting
The main aim of the FAO country offices, which are headed by an FAO Representative, is to assist governments to develop
policies, programmes and projects to achieve food security and to reduce hunger and malnutrition, to help develop the agricultural,
fisheries and forestry sectors, and to use their environmental and natural resources in a sustainable manner.
Reporting Lines
The Assistant FAO Representative (Programme) reports to the FAO Representative (FAOR).
Technical Focus
Programme development, coordination and operational assistance based on the knowledge of the local conditions, culture,
language and institutions of the country of assignment.
Key Results
Effective and efficient coordination and provision of the technical and operational support of the programme and project activities of
the FAO Representation.
Key Functions
Liaises and assists government authorities and local, national and international institutions in the areas of FAO’s activities
in the country and with other UN agencies. He/she may represent FAO at inter-agency meetings as required;
Promotes the image of FAO through advocacy of the Organization’s mandate, programmes, national priorities and
activities including development and maintenance of communication tools such as website, press releases and
publications, and support the implementation of FAO’s regulatory framework (Codex Alimentarius, Code of Conduct for
Responsible Fisheries, Safe Use of Pesticides, etc.) in the country;
Coordinates the collection, consolidation and maintenance of country data on food, crops, livestock, forestry and fisheries
including information on external aid in FAO’s corporate systems and monitor changes in national policies affecting the
agricultural sector;
Participates in producing technical, economic and policy studies as required and developing country level development
frameworks such as the Country Programming Framework (CPF) and the United Nations Development Assistance
Frameworks (UNDAF);
Participates in the identification, formulation and preparation of programme and project proposals and monitor and review
the status of programme/project implementation to ensure that all operational activities are carried out in line with the work
plan and the project document; identify inconsistencies and delays and, when necessary, propose corrective measures to
overcome operational constraints;
Briefs, trains and supervises lower grade level programme staff regarding all aspects of the job. Ensures adherence to
procedures and work requirements and accuracy and diligence of the work provided.
Performs other duties as required
Minimum Requirements
National of the country of assignment
University degree in agriculture, agricultural economics, forestry, fisheries, or any other field related to the work of the
Organization and
Four years of relevant experience in agricultural development and/or project implementation in an area of FAO's activities
in the country OR Advanced University degree in agriculture, agricultural economics, forestry, fisheries, or any other field
related to the work of the Organization and two years of relevant experience in agricultural development and/or project
implementation in an area of FAO's activities in the country
Level C of the official communication language used for FAO communication with the country (English, French, Spanish,
Arabic, Chinese or Russian)
Working knowledge of the local language (if not English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian or Chinese)
Limited knowledge (Level B) of English (if the main communication language is French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian or
Results Focus
Building Effective Relationships
Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement
Technical/Functional Skills
Work experience in more than one location or area of work, particularly in field positions is desirable
Extent and relevance of experience in programme/project development and management
Demonstrated understanding of the purpose and functions of the technical programme, operational guidelines and
project/programme management procedures, preferably those adopted by the United Nations or FAO
Extent and relevance of experience in the field of policy analysis relating to food and nutrition security, agriculture and
rural development
Extent and relevance of experience in the collection of country data on food, crops, livestock, forestry and fisheries
Extent and relevance of experience in the identification, formulation and preparation of programme and project proposals
as well as programme/project implementation, monitoring and review
Please note that all candidates should adhere to FAO Values of Commitment to FAO, Respect for All and Integrity and
All candidates should possess computer/word processing skills.
Your application will be screened based on the information provided in your iRecruitment online profile
(see “How to Apply”). We strongly recommend that you ensure that the information is accurate and
complete including employment record, academic qualifications and language skills.
Please note that FAO will only consider academic credentials or degrees obtained from an educational
institution recognised in the IAU/UNESCO list.
Other similar positions at the same level may be filled from this vacancy notice and the endorsed
candidates will be considered for the Employment Roster for a period of 2 years.
Candidates may be requested to provide performance assessments.
A competitive compensation and benefits package is offered. For information on UN salaries, allowances
and benefits, click on the following link:
To apply, visit the iRecruitment website at and complete
your online profile. Only applications received through iRecruitment will be considered.
Candidates are requested to attach a letter of motivation to the online profile.
Vacancies will be removed from iRecruitment at 23:59 Central European Time (CET) on the deadline for
applications date. We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date.
If you need help, or have queries, please contact:

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Team Members, Education Performance Evaluation, Liberia
Social Impact (SI) is a Washington, DC-area international development management consulting
firm. SI’s mission is to improve the effectiveness of international development programs in
improving people’s lives. We provide a full range of management consulting, technical
assistance, and training services to strengthen international development programs,
organizations, and policies.
In Liberia, SI implements the Liberia Strategic Analysis (LSA) activity which provides
USAID/Liberia with analytical and advisory services in support of strategic planning, project and
activity design, performance monitoring and evaluation, and learning and adapting. LSA’s
services cross-cut all development sectors including democracy and governance, health,
education, the environment, and economic growth.
Project Objective:
USAID/Liberia has engaged LSA to conduct an external final performance evaluation of an
educational activity. The goal of this activity is to improve school management and safety across
schools in Grand Bassa, while aiming to effect systemic and strategic change to increase
sustainability and impact at county and national level.
The purpose of this final performance evaluation is to document progress, identify lessons
learned, and inform the design of follow-on activities. The primary audiences are USAID/Liberia
and the Liberian Ministry of Education.
Interested senior and mid-level candidates are encouraged to submit their CVs for the upcoming
evaluation. No cover letter is required. To submit your CV, please visit:
Deadline for applications: March 23rd, 2017
Position Descriptions:
SI is looking to fill these positions on the evaluation team:
Senior Evaluation Specialist/Team Leader should have at least ten (10) years of
experience in the administration of multi-faceted education projects in developing countries,
preferably in West Africa. S/he should have experience in managing multi-disciplinary teams
and developing and conducting qualitative and/or performance evaluations, preferably of
USAID projects. It is essential that the candidate has the ability to conceptualize and
structure evaluation activities and produce high quality evaluation reports in English. An MA
or PhD in education administration, planning, economics of education or similar field is
required. Experience working in and/or conducting evaluations post-conflict and transition
settings is preferred. Strong interpersonal skills are required. The Team Leader will approve
the final evaluation design, oversee the development of evaluation instruments, integrate the
findings of different team members and coordinate the preparation of the final reports.
Education Specialist should have at least eight (8) years of experience working with
educational projects in developing countries, preferably in post-conflict environments. S/he
will provide expert technical advice on evaluation of school management and safety to the
evaluation team. The Education Specialist should hold an advanced degree in Education
Administration, Educational Research and/or Statistics and have extensive experience in
evaluating education programs. Strong interpersonal skills and American English language
speaking and writing skills also essential. The composition of the two subject matter
specialists will depend on the final evaluation questions, but one should be a methodologist
and the other a gender specialist.
Liberia Education Context Specialist should have at least five (5) years of experience in
the education context in Liberia, particularly on enrollment, attendance, school governance,
and school-related gender issues. Must have strong gender and social analytical skills,
specifically in designing and evaluating education programs. The incumbent must be able to
conduct interviews and focus group discussion and analyze the resulting data. Ability to
conduct interviews and discussions in at least one local Liberian language. Strong American
English language speaking and writing skills also essential.
Evaluation Specialist should have at least five (5) years relevant experience in qualitative
and quantitative data collection methods. The consultant must have experience evaluating
education programs, specifically analyzing quantitative data, and have demonstrated logistics
and planning skills. S/he will serve as the main logistical coordinator for the performance
evaluation, and work with local partners to plan travel, data collection, interviews and
assessment activities as required. Ability to communicate clearly in American English.
USAID expects this to be a Liberian.
Necessary Qualification (All candidates must meet the below qualifications):
Experience in the administration of multi-faceted evaluation projects in developing countries
Participated and/ or led the conduct of qualitative and/or performance evaluations
Ability to conceptualize and structure evaluation activities and write clearly and concisely
Evaluation Skills (Candidates must have experience in at least one of the following):
Qualitative research skills (Key informant interviews, focus group discussions, direct
observation etc.)
Transforming qualitative data
Analyzing quantitative data and producing data visualization in an easily digestible format
Prior to their arrival in Liberia, all team members are required to familiarize themselves with
USAID’s Evaluation Policy, with USAID’s publication outlining a good evaluation report, and
with USAID’s checklist for assessing an evaluation report. Additionally, all team members
should possess a strong familiarity with the political, economic, policy and educational context
in Liberia.
Project Timeline:
The entire evaluation would be carried out over 10 - 14 weeks, with 2 weeks of preparatory time,
4 weeks in the field, 2 weeks of analysis and 2 weeks of report writing and editing. The
approximate start date is May 2017. The evaluation team should work six-day work weeks in
Liberia. Travel to the field is required.
To submit your CV, please visit:
Come join our energetic and innovative team! We offer you the opportunity to play a leading
role in the growth of our company, work as part of a creative and committed team, and make a
difference in the well-being of our world.
To learn more about Social Impact, please visit our website:
SI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or
protected veteran status.
Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Please, no phone calls.
Closing Date : March 23, 2017

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