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Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Médecins Sans Frontières - Artsen Zonder Grenzen
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Brussels /
Fichier : PDF icon ops_belgiumheadofmission_aug2020.pdf
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 17/08/2020
Date limite : 31/08/2020





• University degree. Particularly in medicine, public health or paramedical or the field of international relations is a plus.



• At least two years in management positions in humanitarian aid.

Essential experience with MSF or other NGOs

• Essential experience in Migration Project and Context. Outbreak management is a plus

• Desirable experience in developing countries



Fluent in French, Dutch and English



• Essential computer literacy (word, excel and internet)



• Strategic Vision: Ability to plan actions geared towards achieving objectives.

• Leadership: Capacity to encourage, engage and motivate people.

• Networking: Ability to optimize interaction between MSF and its environment.  

• Cross-Cultural Awareness: Capacity to develop actions which stimulate integrating behaviours.


Adherence to MSF principles and to our managerial values: Respect, Transparency, Integrity, Accountability, Trust, Empowerment and to the MSF Behavioural Commitments.


Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organization that provides assistance in more than 60 countries to populations in distress, to victims of natural or manmade disasters and to victims of armed conflicts, without discrimination and irrespective of origin, religion, creed or political affiliation. To develop this work, the Operations Department is looking for a:

Head of Mission Belgium (m/f/x)




  1. Migrants/asylum seekers
    1. Mental health support in reception centers

After the unprecedent arrival of asylum seekers in Europe in 2015, MSF decided to start projects for migrants/asylum seekers in countries of arrival based on the fact that MSF is present in the majority of the countries of origin (Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq….) and also along the road (Greece, Balkan…). Mental health was identified as an important gap all along the journey of asylum seekers included in host countries. MSF set up a pilot project in Sweden and after in Belgium in 3 reception centers (Roeselare, Charleroi, Jumet) with the objective to define a model for psychological first aid that could be endorsed by different actors.

The aim of the model has been to show that by intervening at an early stage, with not only specialized mental health staff, the mental health for asylum seekers and refugees can improve and reduce the burden of the primary and secondary health care. The activities currently consist of screening for mental health problems, and offering low threshold activities such as Psychological First Aid (PFA), Psychoeducation, Health Promotion, Group interventions and Individual counseling sessions (e.g. mental health assessment interview before referral


After end of the project ends a further advocacy follow-up will need to be guaranteed. A tool box based on the experience in the different reception centers is to be written. After validation, a strategy on how to share this tool box with different actors is to be designed.  The strategy could include workshops, on the spot coaching. 


    1. Mental health support for migrants in transit

Humanitarian HUB


Since September 2017 a stable number of +/- 700 irregular migrants group is in Brussels. Most are waiting to cross to the UK. Although we are dealing with a circular population, the demographics of the people in Brussels stay more or less the same. Most of the people come from Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq.

They are all left without any assistance of the Belgian authorities. These people are in need of shelter, food, medical and psychosocial care and access to objective information about asylum procedures and their rights.

Several Belgian NGO's and civil society actors have put their efforts together and are providing a series of humanitarian services in a common project, the humanitarian HUB, with the objective of responding in a comprehensive manner to the needs of these people. The HUB offers medical care, mental health care, family tracing services, clothes distribution, social and legal assistance, and phone charging and phone call possibilities. Médecins Sans Frontières is providing mental health care in this set-up and participates actively in the management of the project.


It is important to note that there are common objectives discussed and decided upon between the different partners of the project. On top of that every organization has other objectives more specific to the field of work that they perform within the common project.


All partners in the HUB agreed upon following set of objectives:

• Respond in an integrated way to the needs of migrants and refugees in transit

• Develop a model of intervention that could be duplicated in other cities or areas that face a similar transiting migrant population

• Develop a model of intervention that could be taken over by the Belgian authorities.

• Facilitate the mobilization of civil solidarity towards the most vulnerable migrant population


Who are the partners?

• Legal advice: Plateforme Citoyenne with support from Ciré and Vluchtelingewerk

• Medical consultations: Médecins Du Monde

• Mental health: MSF

• Non Food: Plateforme Citoyenne

• Family link tracing and overseas phone calls: Red Cross

• Social services: Plateforme Citoyenne /SOS jeunes


Second line clinic for mental health support

At the HUB, the mental health support is dedicated to psychological first aid but as in a certain amount of cases the need for more comprehensive care was observed by the team, MSF decided in 2019 to set up a clinic in an autonomous place to start follow up mental health consultations when needed.


COVID outbreak

Th outbreak started in Belgium in February/March 2020.  In Belgium, the health system is of course very well developed, but it has little experience with large-scale outbreaks of infectious diseases. Outbreaks such as that of Covid-19 ask for adaptations in the use of protective equipment, triage, patient flow and staff flow. This is the expertise MSF can share with its colleagues in Belgian health facilities, based on decades of experience with outbreaks management including for Ebola, measles and cholera.

During the first wave MSF decided to work on 3 pillars:

  1. Support to shelters for homeless /migrants with outreach teams to deliver health promotion messages, to provide infection control advices, to give ad hoc material when needed. Set up a center where homeless /migrants with COVID symptoms could be confined and received a proper follow-up.
  2. Support to nursing homes to help them with implementation of infection control measures, reorganization of the structure according when needed, the care of suspected cases, psychological support to the staff.
  3. Support to some hospitals in emergency rooms, ICU, post ICU services with patients flow, infection control measures, donation of material, training

Advocacy was done all along the response at different level regional, federal with a huge focus on the lessons learnt for the nursing homes.


Since July an increase of the number of COVID cases is observed, MSF decided to restart an outreach team to continue a support to the shelters for migrants/homeless, an outreach team to support the nursing homes and to start in Antwerpen some contact tracing activities in collaboration with the local actors.


Main purpose


Being responsible for MSF’s operational response in the Mission. In collaboration with the emergency pool unit, defining the mission operational strategy. Coordinating MSF’s program execution, identifying humanitarian challenges, representing MSF’s interests before third parties. Ensuring compliance to MSF’s charter, ethical standards and policies as well as international and national laws and regulations, in order to realize organizational objectives and reach quality targets for the Mission.

Develop the necessary analysis and networks (political, humanitarian, medical, and civil society) to pass MSF overall messages on migration and COVID and influence Belgian authorities, policy-makers and the wider public. Gain influence on Belgium as an EU member state and as a host country to refugees, asylum seekers and undocumented migrants. Further develop and implement the advocacy strategy in link with migrant’s policy, mental health and migration, COVID.




Objective 1: Initiate and lead the operational strategy; including country policy, annual plan, budget and policy frameworks.


Objective 2: Monitor and analyze the political, humanitarian and medical situation in Belgium for migrants in transit and in general regarding the COVID outbreak. Provide the project(s) with timely analysis about migration, mental health, the asylum reception system in which we operate. Follow the evolution of the COVID outbreak and propose ad hoc interventions when needed. Maintain a level of emergency response capacity for migrants as well as for COVID


Objective 3: Develop and maintain a network of relevant contacts for MSF operations with all the actors involved in both problematics and with regional and federal levels 


Objective 4: Develop & maintain advocacy strategies in collaboration with the projects, including stakeholders and power mappings, data collection systems.


Objective 5: Ensure regular information sharing and collaboration with our partners, other MSF missions and all other relevant actors in the field of migration (including volunteer groups) and also in link with COVID response


Objective 6: Represent MSF and defend MSF's positions on migration and on COVID response towards the Belgian authorities on the basis of operational realities, through selective attendance to relevant meetings, strategic interactions with officials, briefings of relevant contacts, high-level correspondence, etc.




  • Lead the team translating the strategic objectives into operational activities. Monitor developments in MSF’s general policies and strategies and adapt the annual plan of the mission accordingly
  • Integrate an internal and external communication policy for the mission to advocate for change
  • Evaluate the progress and outcomes of activities to ensure that objectives are achieved
  • Implement Human Resources policy and ensure that MSF acts as a responsible employer in terms of working conditions and reduction of security and health risks
  • Ensure the associative character of MSF is reflected in the briefing of all MSF staff
  • Keep staff and HQ informed and updated of context and security related issues
  • Produce all required planning and program performance reports in line with the HQ reporting cycle
  • Support in expanding networks and contacts for analysis, advocacy and operational purposes
  • Analyze and increase the knowledge of MSF on current policy issues in Belgium around asylum and migration as well as around COVID outbreak and response.
  • Disseminate MSF advocacy messages and adequately convey MSF concerns to the relevant interlocutors
  • Contribute and provide input into communication material
  • Act as a spokesperson for MSF in Belgium
  • Participate and represent MSF at conferences and meetings in link with migration and COVID


  • 1 year fixed-term contact – full  time – Brussels
  • Hospital insurance (DKV) - Pension plan - 100% reimbursement for public transportation costs
  • Expected starting date: September 15, 2020


Deadline for applications: August 31, 2020


CV + cover letter to be sent to - Rue de l’Arbre Bénit, 46 - 1050 Brussels mentioning “Head of Belgium Mission ” in the title.


Please name your application documents with your LAST NAME. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


The protection of your personal data is important to MSF. By submitting your application, you consent to MSF using your personal data. For more information, consult our privacy notice to job applicants.


Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Académie de recherche et d'enseignement supérieur - Commission de la Coopération au Développement
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Bruxelles /
Fichier : PDF icon offre_demploi_-_responsable_de_programme_cooperation_au_developpement_h_f.pdf
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée indéterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 17/08/2020
Date limite : 12/09/2020


Pour plus de détails concernant le profil et les conditions d'accès, merci de prendre connaissance de l'offre d'emploi détaillée reprise sur le site 


Dans le cadre de l’exercice de ses missions, l’Académie de recherche et d’enseignement supérieur (ARES) recrute un·e :

Responsable de programme


L’Académie de recherche et d’enseignement supérieur (ARES) est la fédération des établissements d’enseignement supérieur francophone.

Organisme d'intérêt public, elle est chargée de soutenir les différents établissements de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles dans leurs missions d’enseignement, de recherche et de service à la collectivité. Elle fédère 6 universités, 19 hautes écoles, 16 écoles supérieures des arts et 86 établissements d’enseignement supérieur de promotion sociale dont elle organise la concertation et pour lesquels elle promeut les collaborations à l’échelle nationale et internationale.

En tant que coupole unique, l’ARES assure au secteur de l’enseignement supérieur en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles une coordination globale.

Elle veille notamment à la cohérence de l’offre de formation et à son adéquation au marché de l’emploi, elle soutient les établissements dans leurs efforts de représentation et de relations internationales et formule des recommandations en matière de politique de recherche scientifique ou artistique. L’Académie fournit l’information sur les études supérieures en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. Elle coordonne également l’engagement des établissements en matière d’apprentissage tout au long de la vie, de promotion de la réussite ou encore de coopération au développement. Enfin, elle collecte et traite un ensemble de données scientifiques et statistiques touchant au secteur dans une optique de veille, d’évaluation et d’amélioration des pratiques en faveur de la qualité des enseignements ou de l’accompagnement des étudiants.

En savoir plus :

Fonction générique et aspects spécifiques

Au sein de l’ARES, sous l’autorité de l’Administrateur et de la Directrice de la coopération, le/la responsable de programme contribue de manière générale, à la mise en œuvre et à l’exécution des missions de l’ARES, notamment induites par le décret du 7 novembre 2013.

Plus spécifiquement, le/la responsable de programme prendra en charge, en soutien direct de la directrice de la coopération au développement de l’ARES, la coordination et la gestion des interventions dont il/elle a la charge dans le cadre du programme de coopération académique au développement.

Tâches principales 

Tâche 1 : Suivi et coordination du programme quinquennal de l’ARES en matière de coopération au développement pour les pays Et instruments financiers dont il a la charge :

  • Suivi de la mise en œuvre des interventions, conformément aux dispositions du programme quinquennal, et en assurant la priorisation et la coordination dans la mise en œuvre ;
  • Supervision et harmonisation des processus d’appel, de conventionnement et de gestion financière des interventions ;
  • Pilotage budgétaire des différentes actions mises en œuvre, dans le respect des normes financières approuvées par la DGD ;
  • Pilotage du rapportage d’activités et financier, ainsi que, de manière générale, du respect des obligations liées à la mise en œuvre des interventions dans le nouveau cadre réglementaire ;
  • Coordination et mise en œuvre des activités de contrôle et d’évaluation des interventions relevant des pays dont il/elle a la charge du programme quinquennal de l’ARES ;
  • Participation à la gestion des relations avec le bailleur de fonds (DGD) et les principaux partenaires de l’ARES dans la mise en œuvre du programme pour les pays dont il/elle a la charge de l’ARES ;
  • Etc.

Tâche 2 : Contribution au développement stratégique pluriannuel du programme de la CCD :

  • Contribution à la définition et à la rédaction des programmes et plans stratégiques ;
  • Suivi de cadre stratégique commun concerné par les projets dont il/elle a la charge partagé avec les autres acteurs de la coopération non gouvernementale ;
  • Recherche de synergies avec ces autres acteurs ;
  • Participation aux réunions thématiques/sectorielles/bailleurs de fonds ;
  • Etc.

Tâche 3 : Mise en œuvre d’interventions :

  • Conception, diffusion et suivi d’appels à projets/candidats/experts ;
  • Organisation et appui à la sélection de projets/candidats/experts ;
  • Rédaction de notes/mémos à l’attention de la Commission, du Groupe Technique ou autres instances ;
  • Préparation/rédaction de rapports narratifs et financiers à l’attention du bailleur de fonds ou des instances de l’ARES ;
  • Etc.

Tâche 4 : Coordination d’équipe :

  • Gestion et animation de l’équipe au quotidien, dans le respect des objectifs à atteindre et dans une optique de bonne intégration au sein de la structure en général ;
  • Répartition des différentes tâches à réaliser dans le respect de l’organisation générale de la direction coopération au développement et de l’ARES en général ;
  • Transmission des informations et directives entre le supérieur hiérarchique et les membres de l’équipe ;
  • Premier point de contact pour les collaborateurs dans la réalisation des missions et la résolution des problématiques quotidiennes liées à la mise en œuvre du programme ;
  • Etc.

De manière générale, le/la responsable de programme fera preuve de proactivité et proposera régulièrement à ses supérieurs hiérarchiques et à ses collègues des éléments et des projets enclins à participer à la réalisation de ses tâches. Il/elle se tiendra au courant de façon permanente de l’évolution des techniques, réglementations et recherches dans les matières dont il/elle est professionnellement chargé·e.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : TRAFFIC
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Bruxelles /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Autre
Date de publication : 13/08/2020
Date limite : 23/08/2020


• A university Master's degree or equivalent experience in a relevant discipline demonstrating understanding of the subject area.
• Significant professional work experience relevant to nature conservation and sustainable development, preferably within an international NGO and with work experience in Europe and Central Africa.
• Strong and demonstrable experience in national and regional/international policy, including on high level political negotiations and political processes preferably within an EU and Central African context, and good working knowledge of political processes in other regions of Africa;
• Exceptional ability and confidence in communicating and influencing government and intergovernmental agencies, non-governmental organisations, civil society, private sector and other conservation partners.
• Demonstrated ability to deliver high level political outcomes.
• Knowledge and previous working experience in development, wildlife trade (including on forest and marine resources), related law enforcement issues preferred but not essential.
• Strong ability to initiate, build and maintain relationships with key external stakeholders;
• Ability to identify and strategically capitalise on policy opportunities.
• Excellent organizational skills with ability to prioritize.
• Good interpersonal and leadership skills and ability to work effectively as part of a small team, with respect for and sensitivity to multi-cultural approaches.
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
• Excellent working knowledge of French and English.


Applicants are requested to apply online through the HR Management System, by opening the vacancy announcement and pressing the "Apply" button.

Applicants will be asked to create an account and submit their profile information. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. The vacancy closes at midnight, Swiss time (GMT+1 / GMT+2 during Daylight Saving Time, DST). Please note that only selected applicants will be personally contacted for interviews.



TRAFFIC is the leading non-governmental organization working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.

TRAFFIC International is a charity and limited company registered in the UK. TRAFFIC’s head office, based in Cambridge UK, provides worldwide leadership, coordination, cross-regional and corporate functions. TRAFFIC’s local engagement is managed through programme offices operating under the auspices of the UK charity, with staff based in a hub office and at other strategic locations where necessary. Programme offices operate within a geographic area of responsibility focused on one or multiple countries where TRAFFIC aims to help deliver priority programme outcomes.

Candidate will have to be eligible to work in Belgium / the EU


The mission is twofold:

a) To engender the political will of European – particularly EU - decision-makers to provide for adequate technical and financial means for the effective implementation of commitments and outcomes stemming from key African regional and subregional policy fora addressing wildlife trade problems – with an emphasis on Central Africa and its Congo Basin;
b) To support the political will, policy commitments and outcomes at key regional Central Africa and Congo Basin fora that lead to the effective implementation of European – particularly EU - efforts outside Europe to address wildlife trade problems, with a focus on Central Africa and the Congo Basin.

Specific Duties

• Monitors relevant policy decision-making in the EU (European Commission, Council and Parliament) and ensures that TRAFFIC´s objectives and technical advice are communicated to target audiences for consideration;
• Develops policy briefs, provides policy advice and support in the implementation of the EU Action Plan against Wildlife Trafficking and other related EU initiatives (e.g., on forestry and marine resources) relevant to wildlife trade - with an emphasis on Central Africa and its Congo Basin;
• Develops partnerships with relevant target audiences and partners (including various Directorate Generals of the European Commission, different configurations of the Council and relevant committees/interest groups/experts of the European Parliament, as well as select permanent representations of EU Member States in Brussels, and other EU agencies);
• Supports and influences the development of EU funding opportunities of relevance for wildlife trade with an emphasis on Africa, monitors respective funding flows and provides advice on their proper implementation as well as on potential unintended detrimental side-effects;
• Monitors and influences development of new funding mechanism related to issues of relevance to TRAFFIC (sustainable development and conservation, regional integration, multilateral agreements, etc);
• Liaise with target audiences leading on EU bilateral and multilateral issues in support of effective implementation of and awareness on relevant EU wildlife trade policies vis-à-vis regional entities and bodies in the African and other regions;
• Communicates TRAFFIC’s policy advice and positions to the above target audiences and support them with advice and implementation guidance as related to relevant international and bilateral fora/instruments. This includes bilateral EU initiatives with other key countries and regions, e.g. EU-Africa and other such for a;
• Liaises and closely working with relevant TRAFFIC policy staff and office directors in TRAFFIC;
• Liaises with the EC, and relevant EU delegations and representatives at Africa-specific meetings of UN agencies (e.g., UN Environment, UNDP, FAO), ICCWC and other international organisations working on issues related to wildlife trade;
• Supports relevant EC, and EU delegation representatives with implementation guidance and advises on policy coherence as related to African CITES commitments as well as trade-related commitments stemming from other multilateral agreements (CBD, CMS, UNTOC, UNCAC, etc.);
• On the basis of the above, and in collaboration with TRAFFIC policy colleagues, identifies and develop strong linkages and mutual support between related policy work in Europe and Africa and other regions and policy work conducted by TRAFFIC, as well as high-level policy fora such as the UNGA and country-led initiatives such as London Conference on IWT.
• Represents TRAFFIC and TRAFFIC’s position at various events;
• Maintains regular liaison with counterparts/relevant colleagues at the IUCN and WWF offices and other partner organisations in Brussels as well with fellow NGOs and CSOs;
• Other duties as required by the TRAFFIC Programme Office Director – Europe.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Médecins Sans Frontières - Artsen Zonder Grenzen
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Brussels & Field /
Fichier : PDF icon log_medicalequipmentreferent_en_aug2020.pdf
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Autre
Date de publication : 10/08/2020
Date limite : 31/08/2020



Personal profile

  • Biomedical Engineer or relevant experience as Service Engineer for diverse medical equipment.
  • Biomed experience in hospitals with significant clinical knowledge.
  • Field experience in developing countries (with MSF is an asset).
  • Good oral and written communication in English and French (any additional language is an asset)


Transversal Skills

  • Good analytical skills
  • Able to plan his/her work
  • Result, quality & service oriented
  • Good Teamwork and cooperation capacity / Excellent team player
  • Proactive and willing to propose innovative ideas and solutions rapidly


Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organization that provides assistance in more than 60 countries to populations in distress, to victims of natural or manmade disasters and to victims of armed conflicts, without discrimination and irrespective of origin, religion, creed or political affiliation. To develop this work, the Operational Center of Brussels is looking for a:


Medical Equipment Referent (m/f/x)



The Medical Equipment Referent is part of the Biomed Service Unit (BSU). The BSU is hosted by the Logistics (Log) Department. The Log Department’s mission is to provide the logisticians in the project, access to resources (information, knowledge, technical support) and professional developments (learning, etc.) for them to be able to carry out their mission.


Due to the strong multi-department (Medical + Log + Supply) dimension attached to this Biomed domain, accompanying the life cycle of the medical equipment (the selection, installation, maintenance, safe use and management, including the waste management and safe disposal):


  • The BSU governance is overseen by the Medical, Supply and Log directorate
  • The BSU operational priorities are given by a steering committee composed of 1 Medical Officer + 1 Log Cell + 1 Supply Chain Officer of the operations department.
  • The BSU Project Coordinator coordinates BSU activities and information’s with the Log /Supply and Medical support units relevant contacts.

The Biomed services are articulated around 6 pillars of activities to ensure quality of care, continuity of service and cost containment:


  1. Policies & ways of working
  2. Specialized Biomed pool recruitment & development
  3. Technical support services to the field
  4. Sourcing, Procurement & After-sales services
  5. Supplier network building
  6. Communication & reporting



Technical and After-Sales Support for Medical Equipment

  • Technical 1st (Basic) & 2nd (Complex) line support (through the Biomed Help Desk) to

MSF Missions where Regional Biomed is not present or absent.

  • Technical support to Regional Biomeds (through the Biomed Help Desk) in case of technical escalation.
  • Technical support to the field and Headquarter for MSF Biomed projects and complex setups.
  • After-Sales support (through the Biomed Help Desk) by liaising between field requests and medical equipment suppliers.
  • Support to local and regional procurement, for medical equipment and spare parts, when Regional Biomed is not present or absent.

Biomed Knowledge Management and Field Harmonization

  • Document relevant technical issues and resolutions in Sherlog (online collaborative platform composed of a knowledge base and a community section).. If needed, produce or update processes/guidelines/Policies/tools accordingly.
  • Produce / Update guidance documents, technical protocols, Biomed tools and training modules for the management and maintenance of medical equipment and spare parts.
  • Ensure that knowledge is shared with the Medical + Log + Supply communities through existing/forthcoming platforms and means.
  • Encourage Biomed field experiences and community of practice in Sherlog in order to maintain continious interaction with the field, ongoing learning and sense of Biomed belonging.
  • Ensure that the Biomed documents and tools used by the field for medical equipment and spare parts are harmonized, in the different MSF Missions and between regions.
  • Liaise with other Operational Centres (OCs) and Working Groups in order to share / exchange / adopt / improve existing methods / guidelines and templates


  • Provide training & skill development face to face (as in Espace Bruno Corbé, MSF’s training and innovation centre) and also remotely.
  • Ensure supplier training for the maintenance of specific and critical medical equipment is organized and followed (Matachana for the Mobile Unit Surgical Trailers Must2, …). Capitalize supplier training accordingly.  


ARO process, Field Visits and Back-ups

  • Support the field and Med/Log/Supply departments during the Annual Review of Operations (ARO) process with planning and budgeting for medical equipment and spare parts.
  • Available for field deployment on technical and/or emergency assignments, as needed.
  • Back-up to other BSU members, as required.



  • 24 months contract – full-time – based in Brussels (but with frequent travel to the field)
  • Hospitalization insurance – Supplementary pension – Reimbursement of 100 % public transport costs
  • Start date: September 2020


Deadline for applications: August 31, 2020


Application (CV + cover letter) to be sent to with “Medical Equipment Referent” in the subject.


Please name your application documents (CV and cover letter) with your LAST NAME. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


The protection of your personal data is important to MSF. By submitting your application, you consent to MSF using your personal data. For more information, consult our privacy notice to job applicants.


Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Médecins Sans Frontières - Artsen Zonder Grenzen
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Brussels & Field /
Fichier : PDF icon fin_internal_auditor_en_aug2020.pdf
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée indéterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion financière
Date de publication : 06/08/2020
Date limite : 23/08/2020



Education and professional background

  • University degree in risk management, auditing, accounting, finance, public administration or law, or equivalent certification from a recognized institution or higher education institution
  • At least 4 years' risk management, internal audit, internal control and/or financial control experience
  • MSF experience or past professional experience in similar contexts as the ones in which MSF is active is a plus
  • Willing to travel abroad, in contexts where MSF OCB is active (up to 60% of time)

Technical skills:

  • Good knowledge of internal audit methodologies, resources management processes and internal control systems
  • Strong analytical and synthetic skills
  • Proven coordination capacities and team leadership
  • Rigorous and very well organised
  • Excellent written communication capacities, Good knowledge of Microsoft Office and particularly Excel
  • Fluent French and English required (oral and written)


Personal qualities:

  • Capacity to influence and persuade
  • Ability to establish and retain positive working relationships (both within the audit team and externally) and to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Capacity to work within agreed timeline
  • Active listener
  • Sense of diplomacy and pedagogy
  • Strong cultural awareness and capacities of adaptation
  • Committed to MSF values and interest for the organisation’s activities
  • Adherence to the MSF principles and to our managerial values: Respect, Transparency, Integrity, Accountability, Trust and Empowerment and to the MSF Behavioral Commitments.


Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organization that provides assistance in more than 60 countries to populations in distress, to victims of natural or manmade disasters and to victims of armed conflicts, without discrimination and irrespective of origin, religion, creed or political affiliation. To develop this work, the Finance Department is looking for an:


Internal Auditor (m/f/x)



Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organization that provides assistance in more than 60 countries to populations in distress, to victims of natural or manmade disasters and to victims of armed conflicts, without discrimination and irrespective of origin, religion, creed or political affiliation.

MSF runs operations around the globe through 5 Operational Centers (OCs). An International Office based in Geneva ensures the coordination between OCs.  The Operational Centre Brussels (OCB) is the largest OC in the MSF movement in terms of budget and runs humanitarian actions in more than 30 countries.

MSF’s financial autonomy depends heavily on the trust of donors, and the proportion of private income. Accountability and transparency are key elements of the Finance strategy that is contributing to strengthen the trust from the different stakeholders (donors, beneficiaries, employees, Board members, association members...).

The Resources Risk management & Internal audit unit is one of the 6 units reporting to the Finance Director of OCB.  The mission of the Resources risk management & Internal audit unit is twofold:

  1. to support MSF in the achievement of its social mission by improving the risk management of resources across the organization.  These resources refer to both tangible (funds, human resources, goods and assets) and intangible resources (services, information, data, knowledge and reputation);
  2. to flag any compliance breach with MSF standards (policies, procedures), applicable regulations and contracts that may negatively affect MSF’s resources. 

The Internal Auditor is a member of the Resources Risk management & Internal audit unit. Under the supervision of the Resources Risk & Internal Audit Coordinator, the main objectives of the Internal Auditor are the following:

  • to implement an effective audit policy,
  • to coordinate, plan, carry-out, report and follow-up risk-based Internal Audits missions, within specified agreed timeline and with quality
  • and to develop and maintain guidelines and tools for internal auditing, participate to the development and update of a complete system for recording, monitoring, and communicating the Organisation’s internal audit program components.



As an Internal Auditor, your main activities will be:

  • To perform field & HQ internal audits and special ad-hoc investigations:
  • Participate to the preparation of a risk-based annual field and HQ audit plan;
  • Coordinate and carry-out audits, according to internal audit plan or on ad-hoc requests for special investigations:
  • Audit planning: specific risk assessment, background research, initial interviews, preparation of audit workpapers and information requests to be sent, scoping and planning meetings at both Headquarters & field level;
  • Fieldwork: kick-off meeting, documented audit work according to the scope of the audit and the prepared workpapers (including interviews, detailed testing or other procedures as appropriate), proactive look for areas of improvement, advice and training on site if needed and/or solicited, debrief meeting, regular reporting to the Internal Audit Coordinator;
  • Reporting: prepare audit report, providing documented and factual findings and value adding recommendations that are pragmatic, address root causes and lead to control/process improvement; present and discuss results and recommendations at both field and HQ level;
  • Follow-up of recommendations of previous audits;
  • Collaborates with other Organisations' (internal) audit staff on the development and implementation of auditing tools to enhance MSF OCB's auditing methodology.
  • Collaborates with other MSF OCs to ensure coherence and integration of lessons learnt in the development of Internal Audit activities;
  • Participates to audits of other OCs.


  • To participate to the promotion and development of the Resource Risk Management & Internal audit unit


  • Assist in developing, adapting, strengthening and implementing the Resources Risk Management & Internal Audit Unit strategy;
  • Participates to internal & external communication and reporting related to the activities of the Resources Risk & Internal Audit unit;
  • Identify, analyse and sensitize MSF staff on Resources Management risks;
  • Provide support and guidance in the formulation of resources risks mitigation measures;
  • Support the organization in reinforcing its governance in terms of transversal management of key risks identified;
  • Promoting a culture and practices aiming at improving the management of resource


  • Open-ended contract - full time -  based in Brussels (Ixelles) but with frequent travel to the field (up to 60% of the time)
  • Hospital Insurance (DKV) – Complementary Retirement plan – reimbursement (100%) for public transportation costs
  • Start date : 01/10/2020

Deadline for application: 23rd of August 2020

Interested candidates should send Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae, by e-mail to with “Internal Auditor” in the subject or to Kristina Presis, MSF HQ Finance Department, Rue de l’Arbre Bénit 46, 1050 Brussels

Please name your application documents (CV and cover letter) with your LAST NAME. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The protection of your personal data is important to MSF. By submitting your application, you consent to MSF using your personal data. For more information, consult our privacy notice to job applicants.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : CARITAS International Belgique
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Bruxelles /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée indéterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Coordination
Date de publication : 04/08/2020
Date limite : 01/09/2020



  • Formation supérieure (Master) accompagnée de plusieurs années d’expérience dans le domaine de l’accueil des demandeurs de protection internationale ou dans la gestion d’un centre d’accueil. 

  • Expérience de minimum 5 ans en gestion d’équipe et techniques de coaching. 

  • Bonne connaissance de la législation en matière d’asile et migration. 

  • Affinité démontrée pour l’aide aux migrants et aux plus démunis. 

  • Bonne communication à tous les niveaux (personnel, occupants, autorités…). 

  • Trilingue français-néerlandais-anglais. Toute autre langue constitue un atout. 

  • Bonne gestion du stress et capacité à travailler dans un contexte d’urgence. 

  • Bonne capacité d’organisation, esprit d’analyse et de synthèse. 

  • Esprit d’équipe. 

  • Bonne maîtrise de l’outil informatique et des moyens modernes de communication. 

  • Permis B (déplacements réguliers en Belgique). 

  • Libre à brève échéance. 


Caritas International appartient à un réseau mondial de plus de 165 organisations chrétiennes de solidarité, actives ensemble à travers 200 pays et régions. A l’étranger, nous venons en aide aux victimes de catastrophes et de conflits, de la faim et de la pauvreté. En Belgique, nous apportons une réponse humaine et individuelle au parcours migratoire de chacun-e. Notre action vise en priorité les personnes les plus démunies, sans aucune forme de discrimination.  

Pour notre département Accueil des demandeurs/euses de protection internationale et réfugié-e-s reconnu-e-s, nous recherchons pour la gestion de nos différents projets d’accueil en Belgique, un-e 

« Adjoint-e Responsable du département Accueil » 



Seconder la Responsable du département Accueil dans la gestion du departement et coordonner le projet « TRANSIT VULNERABLE ». Ce projet touche des personnes ayant un statut de résidence en Belgique et des vulnérabilités spécifiques (handicap, problèmes médicaux, vulnérabilité psychosociale...), qui doivent quitter les centres d’accueil collectifs. L’objectif est de faciliter leur transition vers l’autonomie. Le projet se déroule dans 3 villes : Bruxelles, Liège et Malines. Vous coordonnez le projet à Bruxelles et Malines, en collaboration directe avec la Coordinatrice du projet à Liège. 



  • Veiller à la mise en œuvre de toutes les activités liées à la mission d’accueil des demandeurs/euses de protection internationale et des réfugié-e-s hébergé-e-s dans le cadre du projet. 

  • Veiller au suivi du plan d’action opérationnel et assurer avec le Responsable du département la gestion journalière du personnel des différents projets.  

  • Superviser la planification, la mise en œuvre, l'exécution et l'évaluation des projets.  

  • Communiquer et controler l’application des instructions générales et des directives relatives à l'accueil des demandeurs de protection internationale. 

  • Developper des outils adapté au terrain pour évaluer les projets  

  • Participer activement aux réunions de coordination et au dialogue multidisciplinaire : rapportage, analyses et avis sur les projets d’accueil. 

  • Assurer les relations avec certains partenaires externes.  

  • Introduire de nouveaux projets pour l’obtention de nouveaux fonds. 

  • Représenter au mieux la vision de Caritas dans les réunions externes et promouvoir notre approche et notre expertise. 

  • Respecter et faire appliquer les valeurs et codes de Caritas en matière de conduite avec des publics vulnérables.  

  • Remplacer la responable de département en cas d’absence. 



Envoyez votre candidature (CV + lettre de motivation) à avec dans l’objet de l’e-mail « Adjoint-e Département accueil » pour le 1er septembre 2020 au plus tard


Caritas vous offre une fonction variée, riche en défis humains au sein d’une équipe dynamique faisant partie d’une organisation internationale de premier plan. Le-la candidat-e choisi-e devra fournir 2 références professionnelles et un extrait de casier judiciaire 596-2 vierge. 


Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Peace Brigades International Belgium
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Remote /
Type d'emploi : Volontariat
Type de contrat : Autre
Fonction : Gestion financière
Date de publication : 04/08/2020
Date limite : 14/09/2020


Criteria for IC members

Essential – general

  • political awareness and familiarity with global issues relating to peace and human rights. Experience in the field of HRD protection would be an asset.
  • skills in political analysis and capacity to analyse complex situations
  • commitment to and understanding of the principles and mandate of PBI
  • experience of and commitment to working with decentralized and/or field-based international
  • organizations
  • a sound understanding of strategic planning and oversight
  • able to travel to and participate in a four day IC meeting once a year, and take part in monthly meetings by conference call
  • able to serve on the IC for three years
  • able to commit an average of 10 hours per month
  • fluency in English and/or Spanish
  • candidates with prior experience working with PBI are encouraged to apply


Information relating to specific IC roles

All members of the IC take on specific responsibilities to support the function of the entire council and organisation at large. We are specifically looking for people to carry out the following roles:

Human resources Committee: This Committee has oversight responsibility for salaried staff and volunteers of the International Secretariat and projects, ensuring that appropriate personnel policies and procedures are in place and monitored, and providing advice and support to the IC on personnel related issues, in particular legal compliance in employment matters and handling personnel disputes. Skills and experience required: human resources management of NGO staff and volunteers.

Finance & Audit Committee: This Committee has oversight responsibilities for budgeting, finance reporting, financial management and accountability across the organisation. This group advises the IC on issues of financial planning and accountability, ensures timely and accurate financial reporting, and develops and oversees the implementation of policies and procedures for best practice. Skills and experience required: financial management and/or accounting experience with in international NGOs. We would especially welcome individuals for the finance and accounting expertise roles with a professional accounting designation in Belgium and/or in the USA.

Strategic Development Committee: This Committee has an advisory role and provides strategic guidance to the whole organization. Together with the International Coordinator, it takes the lead in development and monitoring of the Global Strategic Plan. It also supports the analysis of incoming requests for support, and advises on the development of new field projects/initiatives. Skills and experience required: (1) experience in strategic planning and organizational development; (2) sound understanding of PBI mandate and theory of change. Experience with field-based international organizations would be a distinct advantage.

Project Link Roles: In addition to their general responsibilities, each IC member is assigned as a link person between the International Council and individual Projects and/or Country Groups. The link person maintains regular contact with the assigned entity, acts as a liaison between that entity and the global organization, and provides occasional support and/or advice. Skills and experience required: previous experience in the field, particularly in countries where PBI works and knowledge of the specific human rights situation in these countries and regions. Applications are particularly encouraged from individuals with experience in Latin America.



Please send your CV and a brief statement declaring why you would like to serve on the IC and how you meet the criteria to: Stefan Grand Meyer,, by Monday 14th September 2020.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview with representatives of PBI’s councils in September 2020. We expect to appoint new members for approval at the joint council meeting in October 2020. We regret that we will not be able to respond to unsuccessful applicants.


PBI’s International Council (IC) is made up of a maximum of 13 members with a combination of expertise related to its governance responsibilities. We are currently recruiting new IC members with a combination of the

following skills and experience gained in PBI and/or in other organisations:

Human resources | Finance | Strategic development | Latin America

As a rights-based global organisation we seek to have inclusive representation on the International Council. Thus, people with diverse backgrounds, particularly from the Global South, are encouraged to apply.

We are especially keen to hear from individuals with the above experiences. Individuals with English and Spanish language skills are preferred.


1. Organisational overview

Peace Brigades International (PBI) is a non-governmental organisation, which protects human rights and promotes nonviolent conflict transformation. PBI provides protection for threatened human rights defenders and displaced communities striving to promote social justice and human rights in areas of violent conflict.

PBI currently has field operations in Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Indonesia, Mexico, Nepal and Nicaragua. PBI project work is supported by an international coordinating office based in Brussels and a network of 13 country groups, who carry out volunteer recruitment and support, advocacy and fundraising. PBI uses a non-hierarchical model of organising and decisions are taken by consensus. For further information see

The highest decision-making body of PBI is the General Assembly (GA), made up of volunteers and staff from across PBI, including a representative of the IC. The GA meets every three years and makes key strategic decisions. The next GA will be in May 2021.

Between General Assemblies, key decision-making bodies of PBI are:

  • The International Council (IC), which is made up of independent board members appointed by the General Assembly and is responsible for governance;
  • The International Operations Council (IOC), which consists of staff from across PBI and is responsible for operational oversight.

Both councils meet annually face to face and monthly by conference call. They are supported by staff at PBI’s International Office (IO) and by committees and working groups whose members have specialist expertise and responsibility for particular areas of governance and operations.

The IC is the oversight entity for the whole organisation and legally responsible for the operations of the International Secretariat (ISEC) and projects. However, many of the responsibilities of the IC are delegated to the IOC, IO, committees, working groups and projects.

The key functions of the IC are to ensure the following:

  • That the conduct and activities of PBI are consistent with and advance PBI's mission, norms, and strategic directions given by the GA
  • That PBI fulfills its internal and external legal and ethical obligations
  • That an organisational structure is in place to carry out the strategic oversight, management and
  • operations of PBI
  • That global plans are developed based on consultation with all PBI entities and presented to the GA for decision
  • That mechanisms are in place to monitor and evaluate strategic and operational plans and budgets
  • That all entities have budgets, financial management and operational plans in place and that they are regularly monitored
  • That policies and procedures are in place and monitored to comply with legal and ethical responsibilities for ISEC and project staff and volunteers


2. Legal structure

PBI was registered in 1982 as a non-profit corporation in the State of Washington, USA. Our 501(c)(3) registration number there is 91-1179750. All IC members are directors of the PBI non-profit corporation registered in the State of Washington, USA and directors of the PBI foreign company registered in the United Kingdom.

While all the projects are incorporated in the countries in which they operate, they are part of the legal structure and the governance of the international organization.

PBI has 13 legally separate country groups in Europe, the Americas and Australia who undertake volunteer recruitment and support, advocacy and fundraising to play an integral role in meeting the aims and objectives of the global organisation.


3. IC conference calls and meetings

The IC meets monthly by conference call. In addition there is an annual face to face (FTF) meeting lasting four days. It is expected that all IC members make necessary arrangements to attend this meeting. The next meeting will be the joint council meeting held the 24-27 October 2020 online.


4. Why be a member of the International Council?

Past and current members of PBI’s IC will not deny that being on the IC is sometimes intense and occasionally demanding, as anyone who works in human rights would understand. However, the IC is also a space filled with intellectual stimulation and meaningful debate with worldly and engaged colleagues. It is a special opportunity to be part of the decision-making that manages the present and helps shape the future of a global human rights and peace building organisation. As an IC member, you can expect to:

  • gain skills and experience in the governance and management of an international human rights organisation;
  • gain an understanding of and contribute to the strategic direction and functioning of PBI;
  • work directly with a highly committed group of people dedicated to putting into practice the protection of human rights and promotion of nonviolence.

5. Languages

All IC meetings and conference calls are conducted in both English and Spanish (when necessary) with interpretation and translations provided.


6. Expenses

IC members are all volunteers and receive no remuneration. Communication, travel and other costs incurred while carrying out IC and international committee work will be covered by PBI.

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : WWF Belgique
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Belgique /
Fichier : PDF icon appel_doffre_consultance_formulation_dgd_wwf.pdf
Type d'emploi : Autre
Type de contrat : Autre
Fonction : Expertise/recherche
Date de publication : 04/08/2020
Date limite : 31/08/2020


Consultant privé ou bureau de consultance avec expérience similaire


Renforcement des capacités du WWF-Belgique en vue de la formulation du futur programme DGD 2022 2026

Appel d’offre pour une consultance de formation


Le WWF Belgique entame la formulation de la phase 2 de son programme DGD (Agrément 2017-2026). Le nouveau programme comprendra les mêmes partenaires dans le Sud (Équateur, RDC et Cambodge) ainsi qu’une nouvelle composante « ECMS », axée sur des actions de plaidoyer en Belgique. Les équipes en charge de cette formulation sont réparties dans les départements International Program pour le Volet Sud, Policy&Business Engagement pour le volet ECMS, et Opération pour le aspects de montage budgétaire.  Le personnel de ces départements a connu un turn over important depuis un an, et les nouveaux membres qui seront en charge de la coordination et de la formulation du programme n’ont que peu connaissances de travail avec la coopération belge au développement.

Pour être en mesure d’assurer une mise en œuvre harmonieuse et efficace du travail de formulation de la phase 2 (2022-2026) du programme DGD du WWF, il est crucial que les équipes puissent maîtriser rapidement le cadre institutionnel et les exigences et règlements de la coopération belge au développement.

Objectif de la consultance

Renforcer les capacités de l’équipe du WWF-Belgique en charge de la formulation de la phase 2 du programme DGD 22-26, par une formation sur les aspects suivants :

  • Cadre institutionnel de la coopération belge :
    • Rôles des différentes instances de la coopération : Rôle du Cabinet vs Rôle de la DGD et de ses différents Départements ; Rôles des Ambassades ; Rôle des Plateformes (ACODEV/NGO Federatie/Fiabel) 
    • Pays et priorités : ce que signifie « Pays prioritaires, Pays CSC/Hors CSC » ;  Priorités thématiques de la coopération belge au développement ;
    • Rappel de l’agenda, du processus de validation des CSC et des programmes, et du rôle de chacune des instances le long du processus.
  • Cadre de la formulation :
    • Analyse du canevas de dossier de demande de financement à venir : quelles sont les différentes composantes du dossier de demande de financement, comment formuler ces différentes composantes avec les parties prenantes du terrain en particulier la TOC, le cadre logique, la gestion des risques, le budget ; quels points d’attention pour répondre aux critères de recevabilité de la DGD ?
    • Rappel du processus de validation des programmes et rôle des différentes instances de la coopération belge dans ce processus : qui valide quoi et à quel moment ? Quel sont les critères d’analyse utilisés lors de l’analyse des dossiers ? Liens avec les exigences et priorités du Cabinet ?
  • Cadre réglementaire de la DGD :
    • Quel est le cadre réglementaire à prendre en compte dans le cadre de la formulation des programmes ? Où et auprès de quelles instances trouver l’information ?
    • Quel est le cadre réglementaire à maîtriser minima, en termes de suivi et de contrôle des programmes DGD, dans le cadre spécifique de la formulation.

Pour plus de détails sur la procédure de soumission, veuillez consulter l'appel d'offre (fichier pdf.)


Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Handicap International
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Paris or Brussels /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Plaidoyer
Date de publication : 30/07/2020
Date limite : 06/09/2020



  • With at least 3 years’ experience in the humanitarian sector on positions either on the field or at global level with a strong advocacy component, you have a demonstrated knowledge of the international humanitarian system, emergency contexts, International Humanitarian Law
  • Good understanding of operational constraints attached to NGOs work in crisis contexts
  • Proven ability to analyze complex political issues, identify impactful advocacy opportunities and innovative tools and tactics to achieve policy change. 
  • Excellent proficiency in spoken and written English at a professional level and a good command of French

Strongly preferred:   

  • Knowledge of issues linked to humanitarian access, counter terrorism policies. 
  • Experience of working with geographically dispersed and culturally diverse teams. 
  • Understanding of the challenges involved in working with NGO networks and coalitions. 
  • Experience in global campaign engagement and coordination.


“Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations,
we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences,
where everyone can live in dignity”

Handicap International is changing his name and becomes « Humanity & Inclusion ». HI, Humanity & Inclusion is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation with no religious or political affiliations operating in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

Since the organisation was first founded in 1982, we have set up development programmes in 62 countries and responded to many emergencies. Today we have a budget of around 150 million euros, with 3500 employees worldwide.

HI is engaged in an employment policy in favour of disabled workers.

For further information about the association:


Within HI Federation, the Advocacy & Institutional Relations (AIR) team, composed of 8 persons and attached to the Federal General Direction, is in charge of defining, implementing and coordinating the advocacy strategy. It implies liaising with policy makers, engaging with networks, participating in international conferences and events, raising awareness of the general public and the media in order to achieve policy change in Handicap International field of actions.

The advocacy team works in coordination with other stakeholders within HI network. The activities are implemented in close collaboration with missions and programs, and based on evidence collected on the field. National Associations and the Institute HI are also closely involved in designing the global strategy and conveying the messages towards their own interlocutors at national level.

AIR is recruiting a humanitarian advocacy officer for 4 months to support the implementation of the global humanitarian advocacy strategy on humanitarian access, follow up of the humanitarian advocacy strategy on the Syrian crisis, and follow up on COVID-19 advocacy opportunities depending on the evolution of the humanitarian needs.

OBJECTIVES:  Under the responsibility of Humanitarian Advocacy Manager, your main your main responsibilities are:

1- Support the humanitarian advocacy manager in leading the internal process to launch and implement HI’s advocacy strategy on Humanitarian Access, involving key stakeholders within the HI movement and ensuring their meaningful and relevant contribution to the implementation of the strategy through shared action plans

  • Follow up the implementation of the global Humanitarian Access Advocacy Action plan especially through HI’s contributions to different policy processes that are ongoing
  • Liaise with relevant stakeholders to ensure collection of evidence and appropriate dissemination internally
  • Contribute to internal communication on humanitarian advocacy activities within the organization.

2 – Support the data Collection process from HI field operations to ensure our advocacy is grounded on solid, relevant and timely evidence

  • Liaise with Geographic, Thematic and field staff in the Operations Direction to identify key issues and available data on humanitarian access and impediments
  • Organize the planning, identify adequate tools and modalities for the production of evidence, ensure meaningful contribution from key internal and external stakeholders
  • Establish shared dissemination strategy at national, regional and global levels, in line with expected policy change objectives
  • When relevant, and in close collaboration with the Federal Communication department, contribute to dissemination to the general public, towards the medias and on social medias

In close collaboration with field advocacy staff, lead the joint work on advocacy strategies linked to HI’s response to the Syrian crisis, with a consistent approach on policy objectives at local and global levels

  • Lead the internal coordination with the field advocacy staff to co-construct the advocacy strategy on the Syrian crisis
  • Support the data collection process to ensure our advocacy is based on solid evidence
  • Disseminate accordingly the different messages produced by the middle east team

3 – In close coordination with the Humanitarian advocacy manager, liaise with relevant NGO networks and coalitions in the humanitarian sector to contribute to and influence collective action towards improved humanitarian access especially in link with the impact of sanctions on humanitarian access

4 – Support HI’s involvement in different policy process

  • Support HI’s participation and involvement in ”Conférence Nationale Humanitaire” organized by the French MoFA
  • Identify key advocacy opportunities in link with the agenda on counter terrorism at the level of the UN and the EU
  • Support HI’s influence on humanitarian access topics towards the German’s presidency of the EU

  Follow up on the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on the different humanitarian crisis

  • In close coordination with the emergency direction, ensure monitoring of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Humanitarian crisis
  • When relevant and needed, engage in advocacy activities to support HI’s humanitarian global humanitarian response to the pandemic
  • Support reactive and collective advocacy strategies


  • Type of contract :  4 months contract starting from 5th of October 2020
  • It could be based in : Paris, Brussels– contract conditions are dependent of the chosen localization
  • Additional benefits: luncheon vouchers and health insurance

Apply on line only :


Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Handicap International
Site web :
Lieu de l'emploi : Bruxelles, Lyon, Paris ou Londres /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Plaidoyer
Date de publication : 30/07/2020
Date limite : 27/08/2020


  • Vous être diplômé d’une école de commerce, avec idéalement options responsabilité sociale ou développement durable, ou d’un Master ou équivalent en droit, économie, gestion, finances, sciences politiques, journalisme.
  • Vous avez au moins 3 ans d’expérience en agence de notation sociale des entreprises, ou département développement durable ou responsabilité sociale en entreprise, journalisme économique ou financier, combinée idéalement à une expérience en ONG
  • Vous maîtrisez et travaillez aisément le française et l’anglais et travaillez aisément dans ces langues (oral et écrit); l’allemand est un plus.


" Indignés face à l’injustice que vivent les personnes handicapées et les populations vulnérables, nous aspirons à un monde solidaire et inclusif, où toutes les différences nous enrichissent et où chacun peut vivre debout. »

Le réseau Handicap International change de nom et devient « Humanité & Inclusion ».

HI, Humanité & Inclusion est une organisation de solidarité internationale indépendante et impartiale, qui intervient dans les situations de pauvreté et d’exclusion, de conflits et de catastrophes. Œuvrant aux côtés des personnes handicapées et des populations vulnérables, elle agit et témoigne, pour répondre à leurs besoins essentiels, pour améliorer leurs conditions de vie et promouvoir le respect de leur dignité et de leurs droits fondamentaux.

Présente dans 63 pays, HI met en œuvre des activités au service des populations vulnérables, des populations réfugiées, déplacées et sinistrées, des personnes victimes de blessures et des populations exposées au danger des armes, munitions et engins explosifs.

HI est engagé dans une politique d’emploi en faveur des travailleurs handicapés.

CONTEXTE : Institut HI pour l’Action Humanitaire :

Vecteur de discernement et d’alerte dans les champs éthiques et politiques, l’Institut HI œuvre pour la cohérence entre la philosophie de HI et son mandat opérationnel. L’Institut contribue à la dynamique du sens et nourrit l’adhésion aux valeurs communes. Espace d’ouverture, de débats et d’interactions, il est une passerelle entre praticiens et universitaires et favorise le rayonnement de HI. Lieu d'analyse et de veille sur l'environnement d'action d’HI et sur les conditions d'exercice de l'action de solidarité, l'Institut HI favorise également le partage et la capitalisation d'expériences sur les dilemmes éthiques et les grands moments qui nourrissent l'histoire de l'organisation.

Organe à part entière de la Fédération HI, l’Institut HI est placé sous la responsabilité directe du président du conseil d’administration fédéral et dispose de son propre conseil d’administration, composé de dix membres.

En décembre dernier, un nouveau Directeur de l’Institut a pris ses fonctions. La stratégie, le plan d’action et les méthodes de travail de l’Institut sont en cours de redéfinition.

Relations avec le secteur privé. Evaluation éthique. L’Institut HI est responsable de l’évaluation (screening) des partenariats et financements entreprises et des fondations pour l'ensemble de la Fédération HI. Cette évaluation est réalisée aujourd’hui à partir d’un travail de recherche mené par des consultants externes sur la base de règles et de principes dont la dernière version date de 2016 : 4 critères d’exclusion (la production ou le commerce d’armes, d’alcool ou de tabac, ainsi que l’investissement dans la production de mines antipersonnel et de bombes à sous munitions) et la vérification de 6 indicateurs éthiques (droits de l’Homme et droits fondamentaux au travail ; contribution active à un conflit ; pratiques commerciales prédatrices ou illicites ; production et commercialisation de produits portant atteinte à la santé humaine ; dégradation de l’environnement ayant un impact sur la santé humaine ; engagements pris en matière de responsabilité sociétale et environnementale.)

Au cours du prochain semestre, l’Institut entend mener une analyse et une évaluation du dispositif en place à HI depuis 2007, et tester de nouvelles méthodes d'analyse et d'évaluation et recherche un référent(e) éthique et politiques pour une période de 6 mois pour mener à bien ce projet.

L’Institut HI travaille avec une équipe dédiée – 4 postes à temps plein (Directeur, 3 référents « éthique et politiques », dont un poste vacant). L’équipe travaille en collaboration étroite avec différents services de la Fédération, notamment la Direction Plaidoyer et Représentation Institutionnelle (AIR), la Direction des Opérations, la Direction des Financements et la Direction de la Collecte et de la Communication (DCC), ainsi que les Associations Nationales (AN) : France, Belgique-Luxembourg, Royaume Uni, Allemagne, Suisse et Etats-Unis.

Sur le terrain, l’Institut s’appuie sur un réseau de spécialistes de politiques et de plaidoyer au sein des programmes, avec aujourd’hui trois postes dédiés à ces fonctions (Advocacy and Policy Officers).

OBJECTIFS DU POSTE : Rattaché(e) au Directeur de l’Institut, vos missions sont les suivantes :

  1. Supervision et analyse des évaluations éthiques secteur privé, rédaction des conclusions

Vous répondez aux sollicitations internes d’évaluation d’entreprises et fondations, reçues par l’Institut HI et émanant des AN et des opérations, en pilotant ces évaluations conformément aux règles et principes de HI en la matière :

  • Vous veillez au suivi de ces sollicitations en orientant et pilotant la recherche menée par les consultants externes, en leur apportant un appui méthodologique pour une bonne application des lignes éthiques de (HI) en matière d’acceptation de financement d’entreprises.
  • Vous supervisez et complétez ou corrigez les recherches et, vous rédigez la conclusion de chaque évaluation.  Vous veillez à la cohérence des analyses et des recommandations.
  • Vous veillez à la bonne marche administrative du dispositif en place (suivi des délais, facturations et paiements) et au suivi des relations avec les « clients » internes de ces évaluations au sein de HI.
  1. Révision de la méthodologie d’évaluation (screening) et du dispositif Secteur Privé

Vous préparez, avec l’appui du directeur de l’Institut, et d’experts externes, des propositions de révision (simplification) du dispositif en place à HI relatif au respect de ses lignes éthiques dans ses partenariats avec le secteur privé. Cette révision qui sera mise en œuvre progressivement sur la durée de la mission portera initialement sur le format des analyses mais visera à s’étendre à l’ensemble du dispositif en place à HI, via les éléments suivants :

  • Une analyse des évaluations d’entreprises réalisées par HI, par secteur et type d’entreprises, destinée à renforcer la cohérence des évaluations au sein d’un même secteur ou pour des entreprises comparables.
  • Une analyse des évolutions méthodologiques majeures des dernières années en matière d’analyse dite extra-financière ou ESG (Environnemental, Social et de Gouvernance) des entreprises et leur potentiel d’application par HI, relativement aux lignes éthiques de l’organisation. 
  • Une analyse (benchmarking) des méthodologies alternatives d’évaluation des entreprises, pratiquées par d’autres ONGs, des services proposés par les organisations spécialisées dans l’analyse extra-financière des entreprises, et les pratiques d’acteurs spécialisés (investissement socialement responsable, etc.).
  • Une analyse des outils et méthodologies de mesure et de suivi de la réputation et de l’image des entreprises et de leur application par HI (en lien avec la Direction de la Communication et de la Collecte de HI).
  • Une concertation avec la Direction du plaidoyer et des relations institutionnelles (AIR) sur la dimension relations secteur privé/engagement des entreprises sur les axes prioritaires du plaidoyer de HI.
  1. Accompagnement de la conduite du changement (Interne)

Vous organisez une consultation interne des parties prenantes internes et intégrez leurs inputs dans la conduite des responsabilités 1 et 2 notamment sur les points suivants : organisation du service rendu aux « clients » internes, clarté et transparence de la méthodologie utilisée par l’Institut, perception, compréhension et adhésion des parties prenantes internes aux principes de HI (lignes éthiques) sur les relations avec leur secteur privé et leur application, sur la nature et l’évolution prévisible des besoins de HI en matière de screening des acteurs privés et les thématiques émergentes.  

  1. Révision de la ligne éthique et mise en place d’un nouveau système d’analyse et d’évaluation des entreprises à HI (en fin de mission)

Sur la base des activités menées dans le cadre de vos responsabilités, vous mettez en place le dispositif nouveau qui doit être opérationnel à la fin de votre mission – outils et formations en particulier.



  • Type de contrat : CDD de 6 mois à compter d’octobre 2020
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