Organization: CHS Alliance
Country: Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 03 Dec 2018
Do you have experience in supporting organisations make sure they are adhering to the highest standards of preventing sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment? Do you have current knowledge on best practices and policies in the humanitarian sector? Are you someone who enjoys supporting others to find solutions to challenges? Do you want to work for a small, but dynamic team to bring your knowledge and experience to a large membership organisation?
The CHS Alliance has considerable experience of advocacy, resource development and training on protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), particularly relating to SEA investigations. This new position will strengthen the CHS Alliance’s capacity to influence and support the humanitarian and development sectors in their efforts to prevent and deal with sexual exploitation and abuse. The PSEA Manager, under the supervision of the Head of Programmes, will implement and develop the CHS Alliance’s work on PSEA and support its members in reaching the CHS.
What we expect from you
As a PSEA expert within the CHS Alliance, you will provide in-depth analysis, advice and support to members and other stakeholders on PSEA/safeguarding issues. Your tasks will be diverse, but you will in particular work to:
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You are an experienced professional on PSEA/Safeguarding issues in the humanitarian or development sector with good knowledge of the Core Humanitarian Standard. In addition:
Terms and conditions
Reports to: Head of Programmes
Formed in 2015 by the merger of HAP International and People In Aid, the CHS Alliance aims at improving the effectiveness and impact of assistance to people and communities vulnerable to risk and affected by disaster, conflict or poverty, by working with humanitarian and development actors on quality, accountability and people management initiatives.
The CHS Alliance supports organisations to implement the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS), a global standard for quality, accountability and people management in the humanitarian and development sectors. Within an overall framework for accountability to affected populations, the Core Humanitarian Standard includes requirements which will help organisations to strengthen their work on preventing and dealing with sexual exploitation and abuse.
Inter-Agency Standing Committee on Accountability to Affected Populations and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Task Team.
How to apply:
You shall submit your application by email to:email@example.com
Applications shall include a CV and a motivation letter (no longer than 2 pages). Please mention your name and the vacancy reference in the subject line.
Deadline for applications: Monday 3 December 2018 (23:59 GMT)
Interviews will take place on Monday 10th or Tuesday 11th of December 2018.