SENEGINDIA recrute plusieurs profils pour le compte d’un nouveau projet dans la région de Kaolack.
des Techniciens/Ingénieurs électromécaniciens;
des Ingénieurs MEP;
des Ingénieurs QS/QA;
des Ingénieurs spécialisés dans les Gros et second œuvres;
des Ingénieurs chef de chantier.
Les personnes intéressées peuvent envoyer leurs candidatures à l’adresse suivante: email@example.com, au plus tard le 15 Avril 2021.
NB : Les candidatures des originaires ou résidents de cette région sont vivement sollicitées.
SENEGINDIA recrute plusieurs profils pour le compte d’un nouveau projet dans la région de Kaolack.
UNDP hiring Human Resources Associate.
UNDP, as an integral part of its mission to fight poverty and improve the lives of people around the world, is committed to being open, transparent and accountable. As part of this commitment, UNDP adopted International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) and established a Global Shared Service Unit (GSSU) to provide IPSAS transactional recording (in the areas of revenue, expenses and fixed assets), procurement, advisory and support services to UNDP Offices worldwide, and to provide training to UNDP Offices where needed. Human Resources services within the GSSU was set up earlier in 2003 in Copenhagen and it provides customized service packages to more than 40,000 UN personnel from agencies, funds and programmes across the UN System. GSSU/HR in Copenhagen has established a legacy as a major Human Resources administration center within the United Nations and is recognized as a center of excellence. The Global Shared Service Unit (GSSU) is part of the Bureau for Management Services (BMS).
In the area of Human Resources, the GSSU supports both personnel and management in UNDP offices and units, with the full cycle of HR services ranging from recruitment, talent management, learning and development, HR policy and advisory services, management of benefits and allowances, payroll and banking transactions.
In six UNDP Regional Bureau Service Centers (RSCs) – Addis Ababa, Amman, Bangkok, Dakar, Istanbul and Panama – the recruitment and administration of local personnel will be proximity-based and managed by outposted GSSU personnel who report directly to the Global HR Service Centers (GHRSC) in Istanbul and Copenhagen.
Under the local operational guidance of the most senior representative of the GSSU RSC and the substantive overall guidance and supervision of the P3 HR Specialist in Istanbul, the HR Associate in the GSSU RSC is accountable for ensuring transparency, accuracy and assuring full compliance the outposted HR administration of allowances for personnel in country offices in the Regional Bureau. S/he performs a variety of standard HR administrative processes and services ensuring high quality and accuracy of work and consistency in service delivery. The HR Associate provides support to internal and external clients and managers on policies, guidelines and services and promotes a collaborative and client-oriented approach, sharing knowledge and best practice, including conducting training courses and coaching. Clients with whom there is direct contact may include UN Agency staff and other personnel in country offices or regional service centres as well as other units in UNDP such as OHR and OFRM in BMS as well as HR focal points in UNDP country offices worldwide and other UN entities such as UN Payroll, UN Insurance and other entities as applicable.
Duties and responsibilities
Advisory / Expected Results
Act as an internal advisor on matters relating to benefits and allowances, fostering partnerships with internal and external stakeholders by briefing and advising clients, personnel, colleagues and partners of the policies and guidelines thereof to achieve the following results:
- Comprehensive HR strategy including benefits and allowances management.
- Consistent approach in compliance with applicable policies.
- Client and partner confidence in GSSU RSC HR as a credible HR service administrator.
- HR policies and guidelines relating to benefits and allowances are reviewed and revised as necessary.
Administration / Expected Results
Administer and certify processing of allowances in full compliance with Service Contract Holder policies and the Financial Accountability Framework. The HR Associate has approval authority for non-discretionary decisions under the applicable policies and within the financial level of authority, to achieve the following results:
- Equity and transparency in the application of policies.
- Client understanding and confidence in GSSU HR as a credible HR service administrator.
- A high quality, timely and accurate service is provided to clients and partners.
- Accurate employee database for personnel and talent management.
Payments / Expected Results
Determine and verify financial benefits related to contracts, including hires, life and organization events, end of service, ongoing allowances and salaries to achieve the following results:
- Accurate determination of financial allowances of personnel transactions.
- Timely processing and approving financial payments to support personnel policies.
- Increased efficiency as a result of reduction in recoveries, advances and other exceptional payments.
- Accurate processing of financial allowances to correct UNDP and third-party funds.
Knowledge Management / Expected Results
Recommend, create and maintain knowledge management prescriptive content for benefits and allowances to achieve the following results:
- HR knowledge management system contains accurate and comprehensive coverage of benefits and allowances matters.
- Personnel are enabled and empowered through access to GSSU HR knowledge base.
- Full transparency of the administration of benefits and allowances.
- Continous learning and development for HR workforce by keeping abreast with HR best practices.
- Conduct training courses on benefits and allowances.
Streamlining Processes / Expected Results
Identify areas for improving processes and HR policies and developing business requirements to maximize efficiency and simplify procedures, to achieve the following results:
- Recommendations for improved and new HR policies and guidelines.
- Streamling payment and entitlement procedures to deliver optimal client service.
- Enhance work efficiency through constant evaluation and analysis of HR processes.
- Reduce costs of GSSU HR operations and related costs to clients and partners.
- Reduce unnecessary paperwork and administrative processes.
- Provide input and support to further development of and implementation of eServices.
- Secondary education. BA/BSc degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Social Sciences, and any other related fields would be desirable but it is not a requirement.
- HR Certification from a reputable institution is a distinct advantage.
- Minimum six (6) years (with Secondary education), or,
- minimum three (3) years (with Bachelor Degree) of relevant experience in human resources management services.
- Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.).
- Experience in handling of web-based management systems. Familiarity with UNDP operating and reporting systems, including experience in the use of an ERP system (i.e. Oracle Cloud, SAP or PeopleSoft) is an added advantage.
- Fluency in English and French (written and spoken).
- Working knowledge of other UN language(s) would be an advantage.
Application deadline: 26/03/2021
Dans le cadre du partenariat entre la République Populaire de Chine et l’Université Cheikh Anta DIOP de Dakar, des bourses sont offertes aux étudiants sénégalais de niveau Licence et Master régulièrement inscrits à l’UCAD. Le montant de la bourse est de 40.000 FCFA par mois pendant 12 mois.
Critères de sélection :
Les bourses concernent les étudiants en 3ème année de Licence et en 2ème année de Master inscrits dans les institutions suivantes :
Institut Universitaire de Pêche et d’Aquaculture (IUPA) ;
· Centre d’Études des Sciences et Techniques de l’Information (CESTI) ;
· Institut des Sciences de la Terre (IST) ;
· Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique dans le domaine des réseaux et télécommunications ;
· Faculté des Sciences Économiques et de Gestion (FASEG) dans le domaine de l’économie du changement climatique.
Constitution du dossier de candidature :
Les candidats intéressés devront fournir les pièces suivantes :
– Relevés de notes de toutes les années universitaires depuis la 1ère année,
-Certificat d’inscription de l’année 2020-2021,
-Copie de la pièce d’identité,
-Une lettre de motivation adressée au Recteur de l’UCAD,
Les dossiers de candidature devront être envoyés par mail au plus tard le 30 avril 2021 à l’adresse Â firstname.lastname@example.org La Direction de la coopération.
Etudier en France à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille ou Aix-Marseille Université. C’est une université publique française pluridisciplinaire qui a son siège à Marseille.
Avec 74 000 étudiants dont plus 10 000 étudiants étrangers et un budget de 722 millions d’euros, elle est la plus grosse université francophone du monde.
Les campus de l’Université d’Aix-Marseille
Ses campus sont situés en Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur et principalement dans les villes d’Aix-en-Provence et de Marseille.
L’université d’Aix-Marseille est organisée autour de cinq « campus administratifs » :
– Aix-en-Provence : sites du Quartier des facultés (lettres, droit, économie), Montperrin (droit, sciences), Centre ville (management public, science politique, ESPE), Puyricard (IAE), Arbois (sciences) (30 000 étudiants) ;
– Marseille Étoile : sites de Saint-Jérôme (sciences, IUT) et Château-Gombert (sciences) (4 500 étudiants) ;
– Marseille Centre : sites de Saint-Charles (sciences, lettres), Canebière (droit, ESPE), Colbert (économie) (13 000 étudiants) ;
– Marseille La Timone : UFR de santé (sites Nord et Timone) et EJCM (14 000 étudiants) ;
– Marseille Luminy : sciences, sciences du sport, Polytech, IUT et l’OSU Institut Pytheas (4 500 étudiants).
L’université est également implantée à Arles (droit et IUT), Aubagne (sciences, arts et techniques de l’image et du son), Avignon (ESPE), Digne-les-Bains (IUT, ESPE), Gap (sciences du sport, économie, IUT), La Ciotat (IUT), Lambesc (sciences de l’éducation) et Salon-de-Provence (IUT) (5 200 étudiants dans ces sites).
Financements et bourses de l’Université d’Aix-Marseille
Le budget annuel de l’Université d’Aix-Marseille est d’environ 722 millions d’euros. Elle est financée principalement par l’Etat français, les collectivités locales, les frais d’inscription et de scolarité des étudiants et des donateurs privés.
Bourses et aides financières pour étudier à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille
Les étudiants en difficultés financières peuvent obtenir plusieurs types de bourse ou de financement pour financer leur étude à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille. Les étudiants français peuvent postuler aux bourses du CROUS de Marseille (crous-aix-marseille.fr/bourses) et des bourses internes de l’université. Les étudiants européens peuvent postuler aux programmes de bourses ERASMUS ( se renseigner au rectorat). Les étudiants étrangers en provenance d’Afrique, d’Asie et d’Amérique peuvent postuler aux bourses du gouvernement français, de leur gouvernement et aux bourses d’organismes privés. Le gouvernement français offre des milliers de bourses chaque année aux étudiants étrangers qui viennent étudier en France. Pour en savoir plus sur les programmes de bourses et aides financières du gouvernement français, veuillez vous adresser au Service de coopération et d’action culturelle de l’ambassade de France ou du consulat français de votre pays de résidence. Vous pouvez également voir Campusfrance qui englobe beaucoup d’opportunités de financement et bourse pour étudier en France.
Admission et inscription
En tant qu’établissement public, les formations sont généralement proposées gratuitement. Pour demander une admission ou s’inscrire à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille , veuillez consulter son site : http://www.univ-amu.fr
UNICEF recruits a Finance Officer.
Internal Vacancy: Finance Officer, NO 2, Fixed Term, Dakar, Senegal Country Office (open for National of Senegal)
Job no: 539220
Contract type: Fixed Term Appointment
Categories: Finance and Administration, NO-2
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.
And we never give up.
How can you make a difference?
Purpose for the job
Under the general supervision of the Admin and Finance Specialist, the incumbent manages the area of accounting control, financial transaction recording, reporting of assets, liabilities and income. While ensuring effective and timely delivery that is consistent with UNICEF rules and regulations, the incumbent monitors the appropriate disbursements of funds and payments of accounts in compliance with organizational policies, office strategy, International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS), UNICEF Financial and ethics.
Key functions, accountabilities and related duties/tasks
Support to financial planning and management
- Provide technical support to the programme counterparts/committees, e.g. review budgets and financial plans of implementing partners; monitor compliance with HACT framework, including support to assessments, assurance and capacity development of implementing partners.
- Prepare and/or monitor financial exception reports to assess unusual activities and transactions, investigate anomalies, and keep supervisor informed for timely action.
- Collaborates with programme section heads in creating and maintaining cost distributions for payroll, ensuring adherence to funding sources/budget categories as per the Post Authorization Table. Monitors draft payroll to assure appropriate consistency and appropriateness of payroll calculations and communicate with payroll unit at HQ to ensure timely payroll processing. Also oversees payroll preparation to assure accuracy of data relevant to overtime or recoveries.
- Assist in reviewing budget expenditures according to allotment and codes and verify compliance with guidelines and procedures. Keep stakeholders informed for timely action.
Control of accounts
- Process and/or review (as per delegated authority) the accurate and timely processing submission of payments (e.g. MIP, travel claims, pension fund, advances to governments etc.), journal entries and other financial transactions within scope to the Global Shared Services Center (GSSC), ensuring compliance with budgetary limits, IPSAS and organizational regulations, rules, policies, procedures, standards of accountability, and ethics. Take timely action on outstanding accounts to resolve pending issues. This includes dialogue and follow up with the GSSC to facilitate timely processing of financial transactions submitted to the center.
- Process/supervise (as per delegated authority) the disbursement of payments when done locally via transfers, checks, or petty cash.
- Process and supervise cash receipts and reconcile income contributions to ensure their timely deposit and r2ecording in UNICEF systems.
- Monitor and analyze financial transactions, accounting reports and reconciliation of accounts to ensure accurate and current financial information for applicable compliance (e.g. IPSAS, donor reporting, internal policies) and management oversight, planning and/or action.
- Prepare monthly and annual closure of accounts. With regard to oversight of General Ledger, analyze residual open items in General Ledger account balances. Match and clear open items.
- Collaborate with oversight bodies (e.g. UNBOA, OIAI, Evaluation Office, JIU, donors, etc.) to provide answers to requests; and engage with the appropriate colleagues to resolve financial observations and recommendations raised in a sustainable and efficient manner.
- Examine DCT transactions (transfer, adjustments, reprogramming and liquidation) supporting documents for completeness and accuracy of coding of DCT and vendor payments before posting to ensure FACE form has been properly entered into the system and the expenditure is broadly reasonable and in accordance with policy.
- Verifies checks, wires prior to submission to signatories.
Treasury and cash management
- Manage bank accounts transactions and operations in accordance with UNICEF/UN financial regulations and rules, policies, procedures and local banking practices. Keep abreast of procedures and regulations regarding maintenance of bank accounts and exchange and interest rates. Keep supervisor and relevant colleagues informed for timely action.
- Serves as primary liaison with the bank and maintain contact with local bank management on routine operational matters.
- Maintain a system to monitor and forecast periodic cash requirements (bank optimization project). Provide current information on cash position/forecast to management and make recommendations or take action to ensure availability of resources for programmes and operations activities.
- Submit monthly bank statements to the GSSC for reconciliation and take appropriate corrective actions on findings identified by the Center. Investigate and resolve reconciling items for bank reconciliation a two-month time frame.
- Oversees petty cash fund disbursements, recording and accounting. Serves as certifying officer for petty cash. Assures that there are monthly cash counts as well as impromptu/unscheduled cash counts.
- Responsible for the safekeeping of cash, wires and checks.
Knowledge and capacity building
- Provide technical and operational support on the application, interpretation and implementation of operational policies, procedures and guidelines to the Representative and CO colleagues and stakeholders. Coach and supervise of finance colleagues.
- Resolve routine financial operational issues and/or recommend (and record) deviation from policies and guidelines to meet objectives.
- Use VISION system as appropriate, provide training and orientation to staff on its use and coordinates with ICT team and Global Help Desk/Service Manager system on technical adjustments or irregularities as needed.
- Promote a culture of highest ethical standards and behavior in management of UNICEF’s resources.
- Support initiatives for management improvement by capturing, institutionalizing and sharing best practices and lessons learned. Recommend improvements in processes and procedures to enhance productivity and performance including implementation of cost saving strategies.
- Participate and/or organize training and learning events to build capacity of staff and stakeholders/partners.
- Support operations of the office as required.
For every Child, you demonstrate…
UNICEF’s values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA) and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
The UNICEF competencies required for this post are…
Competencies and level of proficiency required
- Demonstrates Self Awareness and Ethical Awareness (2)
- Works Collaboratively with others (2)
- Builds and Maintains Partnerships (1)
- Innovates and Embraces Change (1)
- Thinks and Acts Strategically (1)
- Drive to achieve impactful results (2)
- Manages ambiguity and complexity (1)
- Analyzing (2)
- Applying technical expertise (2)
- Planning and Organizing (2)
- Following Instructions and Procedures (2)
- To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
Education: University degree in Accounting, Finance or business Administration.
Experience: Two years of professional work experience in Finance and Accounting. Experience in an international organization desirable. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel required. Experience in database packages, web-based management systems and ERP systems (preferably SAP financial modules) is considered as an asset. Experience with IPSAS and/or IFRS is considered as an asset.
Language Requirements: Fluency in French and working knowledge of English required. Knowledge of local language is an asset.
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles and will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks. Background checks will include the verification of academic credential(s) and employment history. Selected candidates may be required to provide additional information to conduct a background check.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.