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Action Against Hunger began working in Bangladesh in 2007 following the floods in Shariatpur and cyclone Sidr. Since then, Action Against Hunger has been working to fight against hunger, malnutrition and responding to a humanitarian crisis in Bangladesh. As of today, Action Against Hunger is running its programmes in the South-west and South-east of Bangladesh. The organization has received its NGO Affairs Bureau Registration in 2008. The activities with refugees in Cox’s Bazar started in 2009 and as gradually increased and extended to the Bangladeshi community in 5 different upazillas.
The government renewed Action Against Hungers’ registration in March 2018, FD1, for the next 10 years. Over the years, the organization has built strategic relationships with local/national partners strengthening their capacity by cross-learning and extended support.
The programmatic and operational activities have expanded considerably over the last 12 months and the team has expanded to close to 1000 national staffs, 15 international staffs and 1500 volunteers. They are implementing a large humanitarian programme providing aid to both the Rohingya and the host population. 25 projects are on-going in Dhaka, Satkhira/Barguna and Cox’s Bazar (mainly funded by BPRM; COFRA Foundation; DANIDA; DFID; SDC; SIDA; UNFPA; UNHCR; UNICEF; WFP; ECHO). Our main fields of focus are Nutrition & Health, Food Security and Livelihood, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRR&M) and Mental Health and Care Practices (MHCP). The security situation remains comparably stable in the area.
Under the supervision of the Deputy Country Director, and the MHCP GP Regional Technical Advisor as the functional manager based at HQ you will provide strategic vision and direction to develop the MHCPGP program in Bangladesh. This includes fundraising initiatives, managing the project development cycle of all projects under the team, mentoring and capacity building of staff, and providing innovative new solutions to response to the Rohingya crisis and other needs across Bangladesh
Your main responsibilities will be :
You hold a clinical psychology master degree. You have at least two years of field experience with NGOs at coordination level. You demonstrate good skills on supervision also with remote management and capacity building / system strengthening. You have excellent skills in representation, writing proposals. You demonstrate an excellent diplomacy, communication, and organizational.
Fluency in English written/spoken is compulsory.
12 months duration contract.
Remuneration package according to ACF policy, under French or Bangladesh labor law.