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Jun 132018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 20 Jun 2018

Background

Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization providing services to governments and migrants in the field of migration. With 169-member states and offices in more than 100 countries, IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all.

As an important function of its mandate, IOM is the Cluster Lead Agency for Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) for natural disaster-induced displacement situations under the 2005 IASC Humanitarian Reform. In line with the commitments to the global Call to Action on Protection Against Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies, and in accordance with the IASC Guidelines for Integrating Gender-Based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action (2015), IOM has been working to improve GBV prevention and risk mitigation in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) operations worldwide. Seeking to consolidate and expand upon pilot initiatives, IOM’s interventions are designed to reduce vulnerabilities to GBV at the onset of emergencies, by building the capacity of field practitioners to identify, prevent and mitigate GBV risks; providing innovative tools to improve the management of sectoral responses and coordination of service provision in response to identified risks; enhancing operational collaboration between CCCM, GBV and other specialized Protection actors; and improving women’s participation in camp governance structures.

Under the overall supervision of the head of Preparedness and Response Division (PRD) and the direct supervision of the Global CCCM Cluster Coordinator and the CCCM/Protection Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the CCCM team in development, implementation and review of tools and guidance being used by CCCM cluster/actors; and support the overall improvement of the quality and impact of IOM CCCM operations; with a particular focus on Protection issues, including Protection mainstreaming, Disability inclusion, Child Protection and GBV.

Responsibilities:

Camp Management and Camp Coordination:

  1. Support the CCCM/Protection officer in collecting lessons learnt and drafting case studies from the field

  2. Support the CCCM/Protection officer in updating CCCM/GBV action plans designed at country level and contribute to donor reporting on the actions implemented.

  3. Assist in the review and finalization of training material for the use of CCCM partners.

  4. Participate in the organization of regular and ad hoc meetings/events and their logistics.

  5. Work in close coordination with the CCCM Global Support Team in Geneva

  6. Perform such other duties as may be assigned

CCCM-GBV-Child Protection-Protection- Disability inclusion: documents, toolkits and other products:

  1. Support the revision process of the Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS) by attending monthly and ad hoc calls, with a focus on mainstreaming standards, migration and mobility cross cutting themes, and counter-trafficking mainstreaming.

  2. Support the CCCM/Protection officer on Disability inclusion efforts – including external events, development of information and communication material, liaison with external partners.

  3. Assist in the liaison with IOM Counter-trafficking in human beings specialists, in terms of data collection in humanitarian settings, analysis, coordination and response.

  4. Support in compilation of content and material for CCCM Cluster coordinators and partners.

  5. Contribute to regular reporting on IOM’s global CCCM activities.

  6. Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Education and Experience:

a) Completed advance university degree from an accredited academic institution preferably in a field of study related to migration or other relevant social sciences;

b) Or the equivalent combination of a bachelor degree and previous humanitarian work experience in relevant areas

c) Experience in liaising with representatives from different organizations and coordination Sound knowledge of humanitarian principles, minimum standards, and humanitarian coordination structure.

Languages:

Fluent in English. Knowledge of another UN language an advantage.

How to apply:

Interested candidates must submit updated CV and cover letter (only one document/PDF format) to cccmrecruitment@iom.int no later than Wednesday 20, June.

NOTE: Candidates for internships at IOM must be under the age of 36 years old.

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