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Descripción del Puesto:

Las y los coordinadores de proyectos en NPH actúan como enlaces entre los países de servicio de NPH y las oficinas internacionales de recaudación de fondos, así como otras organizaciones de cooperación internacional. Su función principal es solicitar subvenciones y otras oportunidades de financiamiento, de acuerdo con las necesidades del país de servicio de NPH, y proporcionar seguimiento a la ejecución de proyectos. Las y los coordinadores de proyectos son responsables de formular propuestas de proyectos, crear informes y actualizaciones de proyectos y comunicarse con los donantes sobre el estado de los proyectos. En algunos países, el/la voluntario(a) que trabaja como coordinador(a) de proyectos trabajará como asistente de un/a empleado(a) local, mientras que en otros el/la voluntario(a) se encarga por sí solo(a) del puesto.

Requisitos del puesto:

  • Las y los candidatos calificados deben tener experiencia profesional o académica en administración, formulación de presupuestos, creación de reporte, y áreas afines.
  • Las y los voluntarios exitosos en NPH tienen fuertes habilidades de liderazgo, son resilientes y flexibles, y trabajan bien en equipo.

Requisitos de idioma:

Las fuertes habilidades en el idioma español son fundamentales para el éxito como voluntario/a con NPH. NPH evalúa las habilidades del idioma español de las y los candidatos invitados a una entrevista. Las y los solicitantes que no tengan un nivel adecuado de español deberán asistir a la escuela de inmersión antes de comenzar el servicio con NPH bajo su propio costo.

Requisitos de edad:

NPH acepta voluntarios y voluntarias de al menos 21 años de edad o más.

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Mientras NPH trabaja continuamente para apoyar y proteger a sus voluntarios de cualquier daño, la organización reconoce que no todos los riesgos se pueden eliminar. Por lo tanto, es fundamental que los voluntarios comprendan que muchos de los países en los que NPH opera están muy afectados por la pobreza, lo que a menudo provoca una alta incidencia de violencia y delincuencia en los países. Los voluntarios también deben reconocer que estos países son susceptibles de disturbios políticos y civiles. Si bien los beneficiarios de NPH, el personal y los voluntarios que trabajan y viven en los sitios de NPH están aislados de los conflictos y la violencia, la violencia y el malestar han aumentado en muchos países de América Latina y el Caribe debido a la corrupción, la actividad de las pandillas, el narcotráfico, el desempleo y la pobreza.

Los directores nacionales y los coordinadores de voluntarios en los países de servicio de NPH son responsables de realizar capacitaciones y orientaciones sobre seguridad para los voluntarios, específicas del contexto local. Los voluntarios son responsables de seguir las reglas y pautas de seguridad para garantizar su seguridad personal y su bienestar en todo momento. El personal local de NPH e NPH International evalúan constantemente la situación de seguridad local de los países donde NPH alberga a voluntarios.

Si la seguridad o el bienestar de un voluntario se ve comprometido, tanto el personal local de NPH como NPH International trabajarán para resolver la situación o para proporcionar al voluntario una opción alternativa de servicio. Si se decide evacuar a los voluntarios de un país, NPH trabajará para retirarlos de forma segura y eficiente del lugar. Si un voluntario individual se siente inseguro o incómodo en un país anfitrión, NPH trabajará con el voluntario para tomar la mejor decisión para su bienestar.

Los voluntarios deben ser conscientes de las complejas situaciones locales en las que viven y trabajan, pero también deben entender que si toman las precauciones necesarias, tendrán una estadía segura y agradable. NPH solicita que durante el servicio, los voluntarios adopten hábitos de vida seguros y saludables, eviten situaciones peligrosas, se mantengan informados sobre la situación del país anfitrión y ejerzan un buen juicio en todo momento, tanto dentro como fuera de las propiedades de NPH.

Los voluntarios se les anima a salir de las propiedades de NPH para el ocio y la recreación, y muchos están obligados a hacerlo por sus tareas de trabajo. Sin embargo, es de suma importancia que los voluntarios usen precauciones al hacerlo. A pesar de las altas tasas de criminalidad en los países donde NPH trabaja, la mayoría de las estadías de los voluntarios internacionales en estos países son sin incidentes. Sin embargo, los voluntarios deben ser conscientes de su entorno y asumir la plena responsabilidad de su seguridad personal en todo momento.

Tenga en cuenta que el incumplimiento de las reglas de seguridad establecidas por el país de servicio de NPH es motivo de despido inmediato.

Good health is of utmost importance for the volunteers. Pre-existing conditions do not disqualify an applicant from service, but it can be difficult to get the same type of care they may have in his or her country of origin. Volunteers live and work in difficult conditions and will be exposed to tropical illnesses and other vector-borne diseases. Volunteers have access to basic primary healthcare services provided by NPH in our on-site clinics, staffed by local physicians and nurses. Extraordinary care can be sought outside of NPH, but the volunteer will have to assume all costs and burden of the services. All volunteers will be provided with health insurance with international coverage for their year of service.

Prior to beginning service, all volunteers must submit a Health Statement, completed by a certified physician. Additional documentation will be required for applicants with pre-existing conditions, including mental health conditions. Applicants who take permanent or chronic medications must bring either a year’s supply or assume all costs of purchasing the medicine in the country of service. The NPH International Volunteer Program reserves the right to deny an applicant based on health conditions that put the applicant at risk. We encourage volunteers to engage in healthy lifestyle habits during their year of service to help ensure good health.

We ask that volunteers join us in ensuring that the NPH community continues to prosper despite the pandemic. This means following bio-security rules and protocols that were not necessary prior to the pandemic. Simple rules such as requiring that all adults wear face coverings while working have allowed us to keep the NPH family safe and healthy during the pandemic. NPH requires all volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to beginning service with NPH. Please read the following guidelines which explain how NPH is safely hosting volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPH Volunteering During COVID-19 Guidelines

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While NPH continuously works to support and protect its volunteers from harm, the organization recognizes that not all risks can be eliminated. Therefore, it is imperative for volunteers to understand that many of the countries where NPH operates are greatly affected by poverty, oftentimes causing high incidents of violence and crime in the countries. Volunteers must also recognize that these countries are susceptible to political and civil unrest. Though the NPH beneficiaries, staff, and volunteers who work and live at NPH sites are insulated from conflict and violence, violence and unrest has increased in many Latin American and the Caribbean countries due to corruption, gang activity, drug trafficking, unemployment, and poverty.

The national directors and volunteer coordinators in the NPH countries of service are responsible for conducting safety trainings and orientations for volunteers, specific to the local context. The volunteers are responsible for following safety rules and guidelines to ensure their personal safety and wellbeing at all times. NPH local staff and NPH International constantly assess the local security situation of countries where NPH hosts volunteers.

If a volunteer’s safety or wellbeing is compromised, both local NPH staff as well as NPH International will work to either resolve the situation or to provide the volunteer with an alternative option for service. If a decision is made to evacuate volunteers from a country, NPH will work to remove volunteers safely and efficiently from the locale. If an individual volunteer feels unsafe or uncomfortable in a host country, NPH will work with the volunteer to make the best decision for the volunteer’s wellbeing.

Volunteers must be aware of the complex local situations in which they live and work, but also understand that if they take necessary precautions, they will have a safe and enjoyable stay. NPH requests that during service, volunteers engage in safe and healthy lifestyle habits, avoid dangerous situations, remain informed about the host country’s situation, and exercise sound judgment at all times, both on and off NPH property.

Volunteers are encouraged to leave NPH property for leisure and recreation, and many are obligated to do so for their work assignments. However, it is of the utmost importance that volunteers use precaution when doing so. Despite high crime rates in countries where NPH works, most international volunteers’ stays in these countries are incident-free. Nonetheless, volunteers must be aware of their surroundings and assume full responsibility for their personal safety at all times.

Please note that failure to abide by safety rules put in place by the NPH country of service is grounds for immediate dismissal.

Good health is of utmost importance for the volunteers. Pre-existing conditions do not disqualify an applicant from service, but it can be difficult to get the same type of care they may have in his or her country of origin. Volunteers live and work in difficult conditions and will be exposed to tropical illnesses and other vector-borne diseases. Volunteers have access to basic primary healthcare services provided by NPH in our on-site clinics, staffed by local physicians and nurses. Extraordinary care can be sought outside of NPH, but the volunteer will have to assume all costs and burden of the services. All volunteers will be provided with health insurance with international coverage for their year of service.

Prior to beginning service, all volunteers must submit a Health Statement, completed by a certified physician. Additional documentation will be required for applicants with pre-existing conditions, including mental health conditions. Applicants who take permanent or chronic medications must bring either a year’s supply or assume all costs of purchasing the medicine in the country of service. The NPH International Volunteer Program reserves the right to deny an applicant based on health conditions that put the applicant at risk. We encourage volunteers to engage in healthy lifestyle habits during their year of service to help ensure good health.

We ask that volunteers join us in ensuring that the NPH community continues to prosper despite the pandemic. This means following bio-security rules and protocols that were not necessary prior to the pandemic. Simple rules such as requiring that all adults wear face coverings while working have allowed us to keep the NPH family safe and healthy during the pandemic. NPH requires all volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to beginning service with NPH. Please read the following guidelines which explain how NPH is safely hosting volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPH Volunteering During COVID-19 Guidelines

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While NPH continuously works to support and protect its volunteers from harm, the organization recognizes that not all risks can be eliminated. Therefore, it is imperative for volunteers to understand that many of the countries where NPH operates are greatly affected by poverty, oftentimes causing high incidents of violence and crime in the countries. Volunteers must also recognize that these countries are susceptible to political and civil unrest. Though the NPH beneficiaries, staff, and volunteers who work and live at NPH sites are insulated from conflict and violence, violence and unrest has increased in many Latin American and the Caribbean countries due to corruption, gang activity, drug trafficking, unemployment, and poverty.

The national directors and volunteer coordinators in the NPH countries of service are responsible for conducting safety trainings and orientations for volunteers, specific to the local context. The volunteers are responsible for following safety rules and guidelines to ensure their personal safety and wellbeing at all times. NPH local staff and NPH International constantly assess the local security situation of countries where NPH hosts volunteers.

If a volunteer’s safety or wellbeing is compromised, both local NPH staff as well as NPH International will work to either resolve the situation or to provide the volunteer with an alternative option for service. If a decision is made to evacuate volunteers from a country, NPH will work to remove volunteers safely and efficiently from the locale. If an individual volunteer feels unsafe or uncomfortable in a host country, NPH will work with the volunteer to make the best decision for the volunteer’s wellbeing.

Volunteers must be aware of the complex local situations in which they live and work, but also understand that if they take necessary precautions, they will have a safe and enjoyable stay. NPH requests that during service, volunteers engage in safe and healthy lifestyle habits, avoid dangerous situations, remain informed about the host country’s situation, and exercise sound judgment at all times, both on and off NPH property.

Volunteers are encouraged to leave NPH property for leisure and recreation, and many are obligated to do so for their work assignments. However, it is of the utmost importance that volunteers use precaution when doing so. Despite high crime rates in countries where NPH works, most international volunteers’ stays in these countries are incident-free. Nonetheless, volunteers must be aware of their surroundings and assume full responsibility for their personal safety at all times.

Please note that failure to abide by safety rules put in place by the NPH country of service is grounds for immediate dismissal.

Good health is of utmost importance for the volunteers. Pre-existing conditions do not disqualify an applicant from service, but it can be difficult to get the same type of care they may have in his or her country of origin. Volunteers live and work in difficult conditions and will be exposed to tropical illnesses and other vector-borne diseases. Volunteers have access to basic primary healthcare services provided by NPH in our on-site clinics, staffed by local physicians and nurses. Extraordinary care can be sought outside of NPH, but the volunteer will have to assume all costs and burden of the services. All volunteers will be provided with health insurance with international coverage for their year of service.

Prior to beginning service, all volunteers must submit a Health Statement, completed by a certified physician. Additional documentation will be required for applicants with pre-existing conditions, including mental health conditions. Applicants who take permanent or chronic medications must bring either a year’s supply or assume all costs of purchasing the medicine in the country of service. The NPH International Volunteer Program reserves the right to deny an applicant based on health conditions that put the applicant at risk. We encourage volunteers to engage in healthy lifestyle habits during their year of service to help ensure good health.

We ask that volunteers join us in ensuring that the NPH community continues to prosper despite the pandemic. This means following bio-security rules and protocols that were not necessary prior to the pandemic. Simple rules such as requiring that all adults wear face coverings while working have allowed us to keep the NPH family safe and healthy during the pandemic. NPH requires all volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to beginning service with NPH. Please read the following guidelines which explain how NPH is safely hosting volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPH Volunteering During COVID-19 Guidelines

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While NPH continuously works to support and protect its volunteers from harm, the organization recognizes that not all risks can be eliminated. Therefore, it is imperative for volunteers to understand that many of the countries where NPH operates are greatly affected by poverty, oftentimes causing high incidents of violence and crime in the countries. Volunteers must also recognize that these countries are susceptible to political and civil unrest. Though the NPH beneficiaries, staff, and volunteers who work and live at NPH sites are insulated from conflict and violence, violence and unrest has increased in many Latin American and the Caribbean countries due to corruption, gang activity, drug trafficking, unemployment, and poverty.

The national directors and volunteer coordinators in the NPH countries of service are responsible for conducting safety trainings and orientations for volunteers, specific to the local context. The volunteers are responsible for following safety rules and guidelines to ensure their personal safety and wellbeing at all times. NPH local staff and NPH International constantly assess the local security situation of countries where NPH hosts volunteers.

If a volunteer’s safety or wellbeing is compromised, both local NPH staff as well as NPH International will work to either resolve the situation or to provide the volunteer with an alternative option for service. If a decision is made to evacuate volunteers from a country, NPH will work to remove volunteers safely and efficiently from the locale. If an individual volunteer feels unsafe or uncomfortable in a host country, NPH will work with the volunteer to make the best decision for the volunteer’s wellbeing.

Volunteers must be aware of the complex local situations in which they live and work, but also understand that if they take necessary precautions, they will have a safe and enjoyable stay. NPH requests that during service, volunteers engage in safe and healthy lifestyle habits, avoid dangerous situations, remain informed about the host country’s situation, and exercise sound judgment at all times, both on and off NPH property.

Volunteers are encouraged to leave NPH property for leisure and recreation, and many are obligated to do so for their work assignments. However, it is of the utmost importance that volunteers use precaution when doing so. Despite high crime rates in countries where NPH works, most international volunteers’ stays in these countries are incident-free. Nonetheless, volunteers must be aware of their surroundings and assume full responsibility for their personal safety at all times.

Please note that failure to abide by safety rules put in place by the NPH country of service is grounds for immediate dismissal.

Good health is of utmost importance for the volunteers. Pre-existing conditions do not disqualify an applicant from service, but it can be difficult to get the same type of care they may have in his or her country of origin. Volunteers live and work in difficult conditions and will be exposed to tropical illnesses and other vector-borne diseases. Volunteers have access to basic primary healthcare services provided by NPH in our on-site clinics, staffed by local physicians and nurses. Extraordinary care can be sought outside of NPH, but the volunteer will have to assume all costs and burden of the services. All volunteers will be provided with health insurance with international coverage for their year of service.

Prior to beginning service, all volunteers must submit a Health Statement, completed by a certified physician. Additional documentation will be required for applicants with pre-existing conditions, including mental health conditions. Applicants who take permanent or chronic medications must bring either a year’s supply or assume all costs of purchasing the medicine in the country of service. The NPH International Volunteer Program reserves the right to deny an applicant based on health conditions that put the applicant at risk. We encourage volunteers to engage in healthy lifestyle habits during their year of service to help ensure good health.

We ask that volunteers join us in ensuring that the NPH community continues to prosper despite the pandemic. This means following bio-security rules and protocols that were not necessary prior to the pandemic. Simple rules such as requiring that all adults wear face coverings while working have allowed us to keep the NPH family safe and healthy during the pandemic. NPH requires all volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to beginning service with NPH. Please read the following guidelines which explain how NPH is safely hosting volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPH Volunteering During COVID-19 Guidelines