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Haiti Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator

Haiti Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator

Open Immediately, Location Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Applications received by November 30, 2013 given preference

Do you want to be a part of a dynamic organization supporting people-centered development in Haiti? Are you experienced designing and leading monitoring and evaluation processes? Join Groundswell International and Partenariat pour le Développement Local in documenting, learning from and improving our work in Haiti.


Groundswell International,, is a partnership of local organizations and activists dedicated to the global movement to overcome poverty, inequality and ecological destruction by supporting community-based organizations to work together to improve wellbeing, spread lasting solutions and engage in wider coalitions for change.

Groundswell and its partners work in Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mali, Nepal and the Philippines. In Haiti, we have partnered with Partenariat pour le Développement Local (PDL), a Haitian NGO dedicated to enabling rural communities and peasant organizations to lead their own development processes. Groundswell and PDL share and have articulated a 10-year vision of a prosperous and sustainable Haitian countryside as the foundation for national development.

Groundswell and PDL currently support eleven peasant organizations, representing 152,340 people living in rural areas of Sans Souci in Northeast Department and Savannette, La Belle Mère, Montagne Noire, Bois Pins, Bailly, Mathurin, Bois Neuf, Bouyaha, and San Yago in North Department, and Saint Michel in Artibonite Department. We also support two emerging networks of six mature peasant organizations, representing 95,812 people living in Artibonite, North and West Departments. Our programs work to build the capacity of these peasant organizations and communities to lead their own development processes and to sustainably improve their agriculture, livelihoods, health, and resiliency.

For the key role of Haiti Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator we seek an independent, responsible, detail-oriented person able to play the lead role in developing and managing M&E systems to ensure accurate and timely analysis and reporting.

Position Summary:

The Haiti M&E Coordinator will be responsible for all Groundswell/PDL project level monitoring and evaluation, data management and analysis in Haiti. Working closely with Groundswell and PDL staff, the position will design data collection and processing tools, manage data entry and validation, develop data quality assurance protocols, regularly track performance of multiple projects with quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and substantively contribute to the preparation of regular reports for various funders.

Specific Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Lead efforts to collect, enter, validate, store and analyze M&E data related with Groundswell/PDL rural development projects in Haiti.
  • Support the processing of different sets of data on project interventions related to assessments, baselines, activity progress and performance tracking and other monitoring and evaluation related data analysis.
  • Keep track of reporting deadlines and ensure that reports are prepared on time, accurately and in line with M&E expectations outlined in the relevant project proposal, grant agreement and/or other project documents and communications.
  • Lead the PDL staff team in the development of all project reports, and coordinate with Groundswell staff to ensure report quality.
  • Support local Haitian partner organizations in devising appropriate data management systems and provide technical trainings to enhance their capacities to implement them.
  • Work closely with field teams to support data collection activities and train enumerators on M&E data collection tools.
  • Develop appropriate data management templates and formats for project activities and support project partners on data management systems.
  • Document all processes of analyses and data management and update data templates regularly in coordination with appropriate Groundswell and PDL staff.
  • Respond to routine internal and external data requests for reporting needs to donors, stakeholders and staff.
  • Explore the use of mobile phone technologies/applications in data collection.
  • Other related functions as assigned by the Groundswell and PDL management team.

Location & Travel Requirements:

  • The position will be based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and the Haiti M&E Coordinator will be expected to work out of PDL's office when not in the field.
  • Regular travel to rural Haitian villages participating in the Groundswell/PDL program.
  • Attend the Groundswell annual global conference (typically in September in the US).


The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience with project monitoring and evaluation, including data collection, management, analysis and reporting.
  • Qualification and hands-on experience with evaluation methods, including participatory methods, survey design and administration is essential.
  • Outstanding qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills.
  • Prior experience working in Haiti and ample knowledge of the social reality of the Haitian countryside.
  • Fluency in Haitian Creole and proficiency in English (written and verbal).
  • Good knowledge of computer hardware and software (including MS Excel and other data management statistical software), and readiness to learn about new software and coach others.
  • Good English writing skills, as the position will frequently prepare data summaries for different levels of reporting.
  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks and to work in a diverse environment with different people and in field environment with limited facilities.
  • Capacity to establish and maintain effective relationships with coworkers and program participants.
  • While not required, experience on mobile technology use in M&E is preferred.


  • Salary negotiable depending on experience.
  • The position may be part or full-time depending on availability and experience.

To apply, send resume, cover letter and 3 references to

Please note in your cover letter where you saw the job announcement.

Position open until filled - Applications received by November 30, 2013 will be given preference.

Assistant(e) technique en Education

REV- Ayiti ( Renforcement et Education Vivante ) est le département éducation et formation de AMURT – Haiti. Sa mission est de renforcer les capacités des enseignants, des éducateurs , et des leaders communautaires à travers une approche pédagogique intégrée . Son équipe de formation se compose de concepteurs de programmes de formation, de formateurs et du personnel de soutien. Ensemble, ils développent et facilitent des modules de formation pour les enseignants. Une équipe de 50 personnes (formateurs , enseignants et personnel de soutien) gère le centre « Sineyas » qui est un centre communautaire et une école sevrant de modèle d'apprentissage à Delmas 33. En Janvier 2014, un Centre de formation continue et innovante sera construit dans le cadre d' une initiative de collaboration entre l'Université de Quisqueya et AMURT -Haïti en vue de soutenir les objectifs stratégique du Ministère de l'éducation pour améliorer la qualité de la formation des enseignants..

Nous recherchons un/une volontaire dynamique, créatif/ve pour le programme éducation.

Il s'agit d'une position idéale pour tous ceux qui souhaitent acquérir de l'expérience dans l'éducation, découvrir la culture haïtienne , collaborer avec les communautés locales et en apprendre davantage sur les ONG locales et internationales.

Description des tâches:
Aider à créer des programmes de formation / modules pour les enseignants de l'enseignement primaire plaçant l'enfant au centre de son apprentissage.
Travailler en étroite collaboration avec l'équipe de formation REV
Soutenir le spécialiste en 'éducation
Collaborer avec d'autres organisations


Français écrit et parlé
Expérience d'enseignement



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English Program Instructor

Position: English Instructor

Location: Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Time Period: immediately – February 28, 2014 (renewable)

Organizational Description: HELP's mission is to create, through merit- and needs-based scholarships, a community of young professionals and leaders who will promote a more just society in Haiti. HELP's highly successful program identifies top students throughout Haiti from disadvantaged backgrounds and provides them with the tools and training to fill critical gaps in Haiti's economy and society. In addition to tuition at internationally accredited universities in Haiti, books, housing, and living stipend, HELP provides advising, internship placement, career services, study abroad opportunities, and mandatory classes in English, leadership, and computer literacy. Our 90% employment rate and high salaries for alumni allow graduates to break the cycle of poverty and become leaders in their communities. For more information please visit

Background: The goal of HELP's Academic Department is for all students to develop English proficiency, capacity in information technologies, as well as the skills and desire to work for positive structural change in Haiti. HELP's English, IT, and Leadership classes are taught as separate curricula, but cross-curricular connections are an important part of course development.

Duties:The English Instructor reports to HELP's Academic Director, and works with other program staff on all aspects of the English program for 150 HELP scholarship students. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Preparing and teaching HELP's English curricula, including class scheduling, grading, office hours, and individual tutoring
  • Monitoring and evaluating courses and students' progress
  • Outreach to guest speakers and institutions that can provide assistance in advancing HELP's mission
  • Coordinating with other HELP staff to ensure consistency of English message and approach, as well as planning English-focused extracurricular events which may be in collaboration with the Leadership program (such as volunteer projects, game nights, and other student-led initiatives)
  • Reporting (monthly program reports, special event reports)

The English Instructor's responsibilities will also include residential life advising in one of the HELP student houses, as well as interviewing students and drafting profiles and updates for HELP marketing materials and donor reports, helping students with international study opportunities, etc.

HELP offers round-trip airfare to Haiti, housing, living stipend, and health insurance.


1) Bachelor's degree

2) Experience in English instruction

3) Ability to adapt to foreign and possibly difficult environments and situations

4) Sense of initiative, ability to work independently and as part of a team

5) Strong writing skills

6) Fluency in spoken and written English and French. Knowledge of Creole is a plus.

Applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to by November 12, 2013.

Communications Coordinator & Storyteller (flexible basing)

Haiti Partners helps Haitians change Haiti through education by working with schools, churches, and organizations to transform their communities. This year we're helping more than 1,000 children receive a quality education in six partner schools, expanding our Children's Academy and Learning Centerlaunching social businesses, training over 1,000 church leaders in faith and justice issues, andproviding 25 young leaders with full scholarships to Haitian seminaries as they apprentice in our work to mobilize churches for holistic mission and the common good.

So we get to be part of incredible stories. And we want to be part of even more. We can't wait to work with someone who contributes to more inspiring change through communication and storytelling.

You'll share stories, build partnerships, and help raise money with excellence, creativity, and respect for the dignity of Haitian colleagues and friends. You'll help shape our voice and content across all our media channels. You'll play a key role in strategy and execution of our fundraising, advocacy, and branding. You'll collaborate closely with our US-based team, Haitian colleagues, and local communities.

Ideal candidate


  • Minimum 3 years professional experience working in at least 2 of the following media areas: photo, video, web, or graphic design.
  • Strong writer: don't need to be a novelist, but you've got a knack for showing, not telling, and for coming up with ways to get and keep people interested.
  • Experience planning & executing multi-channel fundraising/storytelling campaigns & projects.
  • Experience building a strong social media presence and community across channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


  • Team player and Self-Starter: work collaboratively with both Haitian and American colleagues; but also have the entrepreneurial drive to conceive and implement new projects with minimal supervision. Make everyone around you better at their job.
  • Problem solver and strategic thinker: find ways around the obstacles to get the job done and make us more effective. Shape the big picture and connect all the dots. No problem is too big or too small to start working on.


  • Strong finisher: multitask and prioritize well, meet deadlines, take the initiative to fill in the gaps, and follow tasks through to the end.
  • Relentlessly improving: looking for ways to sharpen your skills, increase your efficiency, respond well to feedback, and learn more.
  • Sense of humor: our work is hard, heartbreaking, yet hopeful. Laughing together is essential.

Location and Language

  • Language: English-based, but knowledge of Haitian Creole a significant advantage. French also helpful.
  • Location: Ideal is to be based in South Florida, D.C/Northern Virginia, or Haiti. Some flexibility. Wherever based, ready to travel up to 25% of the year.


Leadership and Execution

  • Coordinate (in collaboration with the rest of our team, as well as volunteers and freelancers we work with) the production of our:
  • Print Media (newsletters, annual reports, event flyers, appeal letters)
  • Web (e-newsletters, blog, website updates, and a website redesign)
  • Social Media (FBTwitter, Instagram, etc)
  • Videos and Photos (quick updates and longer-form storytelling)
  • Provide content coordination for fundraising campaigns.
  • Provide content coordination for partnership programs with North American schools, churches, and businesses.

Big Picture

  • Leverage communications and storytelling to increase revenue, foster programmatic partnerships, and build conversation around our core values.
  • Help shape our overall storytelling, communications strategy, and branding.
  • Fluidly communicate both in ways that are expressly Christian and in ways that have no faith component. (We're faith-based, but also have work that's secular, and work with partners across the theological spectrum.)

Other Responsibilities

  • Help with fundraising and partnership events.
  • Communicate regularly with partners/donors.
  • Work with our team to evaluate communications, set metrics, and improve effectiveness.
  • Eagerly take on additional tasks that serve our storytelling and communications, as well as some tasks outside this area that serve the overall Haiti Partners mission.

Salary & Benefits: Mid-to-high $30s, commensurate with skills and experience. Benefits include health insurance stipend, 2 weeks paid vacation, plus 9 holidays.

Date limite des candidatures
16 août 2013
Diplômes exigés
4-year degreeCommunications Or Related Field,MarketingPhotographyFilm,Video Production & EditingGraphic Design
Langues requises
Niveau de langue
Will accept candidates who only speak English, but Haitian-Creole or French is a big advantage
Type d'emploi
Temps plein
Niveau professionnel
Fourchette de salaire (annuel, U.S $)
33 000 - 39 000
Autres informations sur le salaire
Commensurate with Skills and Experience. Exceptional candidates may be offered salary above listed range
Avantages sociaux
Health & Retirement Stipend, 2 weeks paid vacation, 9 holidays
Catégorie d'emploi
Writing and editingMultimedia storytellingFundraising,MarketingActivismVideographerAdvocacy,Social Media OutreachGraphic designCommunications,AdvertisingEducationTechnologyPhotography,Project management

Send cover letter and c.v. to with "Storyteller & Communications Coordinator" in subject line. Include links to samples of your relevant work. Include equipment and software proficiencies.

Program Assistant - Port-au-Prince Haiti

LOCATION: Port-au-Prince, Haiti

DATES: September 2013 – August 2014 (first month of contract will be a trial period; strong potential for contract renewal after first year)


Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) is a grassroots non-profit organization that has been promoting ecological sanitation (EcoSan) in Haiti since 2006. We provide sanitation services to people throughout Port-au-Prince and northern Haiti and we treat over 5,000 gallons per week of human waste at composting sites in Port-au-Prince and outside of Cap-Haitien. We are a small, reputable organization committed to developing innovative and sustainable EcoSan solutions in Haiti.

SOIL is pleased to announce a job opening for Program Assistant based in our Port-au-Prince office. We are seeking a highly motivated and organized individual who can help facilitate and report on projects in Port-au-Prince. This is an exciting time to join our team as we expand our projects throughout Haiti.

This position reports 75% to our Development Director and 25% to the Port-au-Prince Regional Director, and is expected to closely collaborate with all departments to document and report on SOIL's work in Haiti while also working to improve the overall efficiency and impact of our operations.

We are seeking applicants with the following experience and skills:


  • Bachelors degree in administration, economics, ecology, business development, etc. or equivalent work experience.
  • Experience with financial reporting, project reporting, and documentation.
  • Strong social media, writing, and networking skills.
  • Ability to support the writing and administration of grants.
  • International experience.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Willingness to learn Haitian Creole, if you do not already speak it.
  • Committed to promoting sustainable solutions.
  • Passionate about working with and for Haitian communities.
  • Adventurous and flexible!

Strongly Desired:

  • Experience working in Haiti.
  • Fluent in Haitian Creole or French.
  • Interest in or past experience with ecological sanitation.

As Program Assistant you will be responsible for the following tasks, among others:

  • Completing weekly financial reports for Port-au-Prince office and maintaining oversight of all financial transactions of Port-au-Prince office. In-coming receipts and reports will be in Creole.
  • Support the Port-au-Prince Regional Director in optimizing operations and putting in place general management systems.
  • Supporting SOIL's social media and outreach activities by writing blogs, posting photos and daily tweets.
  • Working with SOIL staff to make continual, small improvements in the accuracy and simplicity of the bookkeeping system.
  • Working with SOIL staff to increase organizational efficiency and institutional memory by improving organizational processes and coordination between the Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien offices.
  • Working with SOIL staff to develop and improve operations-related data entry and organization.
  • Supporting SOIL's educational outreach program, including organizing field visits, as requested.
  • Responding to general email inquiries and general database entry.
  • Managing logistics for international visitors at the SOIL Port-au-Prince office.
  • Coordinating the design and publication of external marketing and educational materials for SOIL.
  • Supporting capacity building among SOIL staff.
Date de début
1 sept. 2013
Date limite des candidatures
31 août 2013
Diplômes exigés
No requirement
Type d'emploi
Temps plein
Niveau professionnel
Aucun spécifié

If you are interested and have the required qualifications and skills,please submit the following documents by email to no later than August 31, 2013:

  • CV/Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • 3 References

For more information about SOIL, please visit our website (, join us on Facebook (, Twitter (@SOILHaiti), and check out recent articles about our work (


OPEN TO : All Interested Candidates/All Sources

POSITION : Physician, FSN-11 ; FP-4*

OPENING DATE : July 12, 2013

CLOSING DATE : July 26, 2013

WORK HOURS : 20 hours/week

SALARY : *Ordinarily Resident (OR) contact HR or see link: LES Pay Scale

*Not-Ordinarily Resident (NOR) contact HR or see link: FS Pay Scale

Please see page 4 for NOR definition



Please attach a copy of an official document for identification purposes (passport, driver’s license, national

identification card). Ordinary Residents (ORs) in Haiti who are foreign citizens must possess the required work

and/or residency permits for employment in Haiti.

The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is seeking an individual for the position of Physician in

the Health Unit.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION: Incumbent Provides primary health care and emergency medical services to

American US Mission employees, eligible family members and others authorized to utilize the Health Unit. Provides

occupational health services to locally employed staff.

A copy of the complete position description listing all duties and responsibilities is available in the Human

Resources Office. Contact us via mail:


NOTE: All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive

information supporting each item.

1. Medical degree and completion of an approved internship and residency and/or Current US Specialty Board

Certification is a plus. License to practice medicine acceptable to the Government of Haiti.

2. At least six years experience as a physician. Experience with patients across the lifespan. Additional experience

in flight medicine; travel medicine; previous experience with the US Government, experience with disaster

medicine to include nuclear, biologic and chemical threats.

3. Level IV in English, French and Creole is required to include medical terminology.

4. Thorough Knowledge of medical practice across the lifespan, as well as thorough knowledge of US standards of

care. Knowledge and understanding of advanced life support and trauma care. Familiarity with occupational safety

and health regulations. Regular attendance at continuing education training and seminars is required.

5. Ability to diagnose and treat a full range of illnesses and injuries. Interpersonal skills suitable to advise patients

and families who may be under considerable stress. Respect for medical confidentiality. Sensitivity in eliciting

information from those who may have difficulty articulating their condition.

Applicants who meet education and work experience requirements may be called in for evaluation of language,

typing and computer skills.




EMPLOI: Community Development Program Manager

Description du poste


The Community Development Program Manager (CDPM) is first and foremost responsible for the successful implementation of the Apprenticeship Program. This includes: student scholarship management, Saturday program material, the tutoring program, hiring and managing all program staff and volunteers, fundraising, and over all, ensuring the health and well being of all Apprentices while on REBUILD property. Additionally, the CDPM will liaise with community members involved in REBUILD programs to assist with issues including health, emergencies, and other unforeseen obstacles that may hinder the growth and ability of someone in our program. This position reports to the Country Director. Performance will be assessed on the accomplishment of these duties and responsibilities.


  • Apprenticeship Scholarships:
    • Build a positive relationship with all Apprentice schools.
    • In conjunction with a Haitian counterpart, perform an evaluation of all participant school administration and educators at least once a year.
    • Ensure that all Apprentice school fees are paid in a timely manner.
    • Determine the scholarship package of each individual Apprentice, and ensure that the package is fulfilled to the agreed upon terms.
    • Act as the lead during application reviews and the approval process. Be involved in all interviews, application review, and home visits.
  • Saturday Program
    • Create a comprehensive calendar of events for each semester's Saturday Program. Ensure that material is meaningful and covers the objectives and topics laid out in the program overview. All subject matter must be in line with REBUILD globally's Mission Statement and Core Values.
    • With the Apprenticeship Program team, create and teach the modules recorded on the AP calendar.
    • Recruit volunteers or short-term staff, if necessary, to teach necessary skills classes.
    • Manage all staff and volunteers that participate during the Saturday Program.
    • Maintain a trusting relationship with all Apprentices.
    • Conduct regular "check-ins" with all Apprentices. If these meetings reveal a serious problem in the home or at school, intervene ONLY IF it is possible to do so in a prudent and RESPONSIBLE manner.
  • Tutoring Program
    • Manage all tutoring staff with the assistance of the Tutoring Director. Ensure that the Tutoring Director is maintaining a functional tutoring schedule.
    • Perform "surprise" observations of tutors to evaluate performance on a periodic basis.
    • Evaluate Apprentice academic performance based on grades, exam scores, and trimester tutor reports to determine tutor effectiveness.
  • Fundraising
    • Until the time that REBUILD globally has full time grant writing and donation solicitation staff, it is the Apprenticeship Program Coordinator's responsibility to ensure that this program is properly funded.
    • Organize successful fundraising events. Events should include dynamic entertainment and other ways to incentive donors to attend and give.
    • Coordinate donor outreach through online or traditional venues including bi-monthly updates on our Global Giving site.
    • Write relevant grant proposals.
  • Community Development
    • Work with members of the REBUILD family and other community members on issues that may be hindering their growth and well-being. Examples may include: helping to identify medical treatment, collaborating with other organizations to assist when issues fall out of our scope, work to support family togetherness – always respecting the parents and their abilities.
    • Creatively look for opportunities to alleviate the suffering of our immediate family and our surrounding area when approached to do so.
    • Act as a support system when appropriate.
  • Budget and Finances
    • Write and maintain an annual budget for the program. Ensure that program staff sticks to the budget, and that all growth occurs in a sustainable and responsible fashion.
    • Ensure that all scholarship packages, and tutoring and Saturday program material purchases stay true to the budget.
    • Report all relevant budget-related items to the Country Director and CEO.


2-5 year experience in international development or education. B.A. required in international development, education, international relations, policy, or other relevant field. Masters Degree in international development or education preferred. Experience working with schools in the developing world strongly preferred. Must have a positive attitude, great planning skills, the ability to work in a hectic environment, and a commitment human rights and education. Must be able to participate in "big picture thinking" while this successful program is growing.

Time Commitment:

This position allows for some flexibility when setting your schedule, however it typically requires a 40 + hour workweek. The Apprenticeship Program Coordinator must be present during and before all Saturday program activities, which currently operate from 9AM-12 PM.

Date de début
8 juil. 2013
Diplômes exigés
4-year degreeEducationInternational Development,International RelationsSocial,Social Work Or Other Related Field
Langues requises
EnglishHaitian CreoleFrench
Niveau de langue
Fluent English required. Haitian Creole and/or French strongly preferred. Must be willing to actively learn Haitian Creole.
Type d'emploi
Temps plein
Niveau professionnel
Catégorie d'emploi
Direct social servicesManagementFundraising,Grants administrationAdministrationEducation,Project management
Domaine d'activité
UrbanEconomic developmentPoverty and hunger,EnvironmentCommunity development,Job and workplaceYouthWomen

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to If you are selected for an interview you will be contacted via email.

EMPLOI : Agent de promotion / demarcheur



CODE 040613

Jubau GROUP recrute un/une Démarcheur (se) ou Agent Promotionnel(le) pour emploi immédiat pour la vente de ses produits. 

Conditions d'emploi: 

Temps partiel, Horaire selon disponibilités et sur convocation, Jour, Soir.

Lieu de l'emploi: Port-au-Prince


·         Bonne présentation

·         Etre détenteur d’un diplôme de bacc 1 et +

·         Avoir des expériences dans la vente, un atout.

·         Bonne connaissance de l’informatique (les logiciels de bases)

·         Etre dynamique

·         Excellentes compétences en communication orale

·         Discipliné, esprit d’initiative et sens de responsabilité

·         Capacité à travailler dans un environnement sous pression, seul ou en équipe

·         Connaissance de l’anglais, un atout.

Responsabilités et Taches

·         Evaluer et exploiter le potentiel des clients existants

·         Respecter les objectifs hebdomadaires fixés par la direction

·         Répondre aux demandes d’information des clients

·         Créer et gérer efficacement son portefeuille de clients

·         Rechercher de nouveaux clients et vente

·         Autres taches sur demande du responsable.  

Outils de travail et de communication: 

Possède un téléphone portable, un email valide, accès à internet, avoir un ordinateur personnel (un atout)

Les produits:

Parfums, vêtements, accessoires, chaussures, fleurs, électroménagers, électroniques etc.

Comment postuler: 

Envoyez votre CV et lettre de motivation à : référence 040613






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