Under contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), DT Global South Sudan will be implementing the five-year, Promoting Civic Engagement and Peace (PCEP) Activity in South Sudan. PCEP will build the foundation for a more stable and socially cohesive South Sudan that will enable local actors to build community cohesion to promote peace processes and peaceful co-existence; civil society actors to advocate for peace and reconciliation and participate in civic processes; provide trauma awareness services to communities; and access to media that is providing accurate, fair and thorough information to mitigate the impact of rumor and misinformation. PCEP intends to program in Juba, as well Unity, Upper Nile, Greater Bahr el Ghazal, Greater Jonglei, and Greater Equatoria regions, although geographic focus may shift.
The IT Officer ensures proper and regular maintenance of the current IT systems and functioning of equipment and network to meet programmatic needs and demands within DT Global South Sudan / PCEP. This position diligently works with the field sub-office teams – including Regional Program Managers (RPMs) – to ensure all IT needs and concerns are promptly addressed in order for activities and operations to continue as smoothly as possible.
To apply, please send your CV and Letter of Motivation to [email protected]. Include the name of the post AND the location of the post you are applying for in the Subject line , for example, if you are applying for the post of Procurement Officer in Wau, the Subject line of your email submission will read “Procurement Officer-Wau”; if you are applying for multiple locations for the same position, include all the locations in the Subject line, for example “Procurement Officer-Wau, Juba, Bentui”. Please submit separate emails for each post if you are applying for multiple posts. Please apply electronically , DT-Global will not be accepting paper copies at this time. Only candidates who are short-listed will be contacted. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, November 18, 11:59PM, East Africa Time