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Switzerland: Research Assistant / Policy and Research Division (50%)

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Sep 182019
 

Organization: Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 15 Oct 2019

Research Assistant / Policy and Research Division (50%)

The Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) is one of the world’s leading institutions in the areas of security sector governance (SSG) and security sector reform SSR). DCAF’s Policy and Research Division. The Policy & Research Division (PRDiv) produces empirically-grounded and policy-oriented comparative research on global thematic topics relating to security sector governance. PRD is also responsible for working with multilateral organisations, such as the UN and OSCE, to improve and harmonize their security sector governance programming, particularly in the context of the UN’s Sustaining Peace Agenda and Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Finally, PRD conducts research on global approaches to monitoring and evaluating projects related to security sector governance.

The Policy and Research Division is seeking a part-time (50%) Research Assistant to support the Division’s ongoing publication and research projects. The position commences on 01 November 2019 or earlier. The position is for a period of two years, renewable for another term of two years.

Main responsibilities:

Under the direct supervision of the Division’s Head and Deputy Head, the Research Assistant provides research, editing, logistical and administrative support as follows:

· Assist in the review, editing and layout of reports and publications, especially DCAF’s flagship publications SSR Backgrounders and SSR Papers;

· Carry out targeted research as appropriate;

· Assist in the implementation of policy and research events (panels, workshops etc)

· Liaising with external and internal partners;

· Perform other tasks as required.

Requirements:**

· Thorough understanding of security sector governance and reform concepts

· Prior experience with conducting policy and research projects preferably in the area of SSG/R or related fields.

· Currently enrolled at university as a graduate student, preferably in political science, international affairs, security studies, law, governance, or related disciplines;

· English mother tongue or fluency in English is essential, and fluency in French is a plus.

· Outstanding research, writing and analytical skills, including the ability to process and analyse data;

· Demonstrated ability to review, edit and layout texts suitable for publication;

· Excellent IT skills; other relevant skills, including strong organizational abilities, communication skills, ability to work under time pressure and with strict deadlines, ability to work independently and with others in an international environment;

· Swiss or EU citizenship or a valid work permit.

The salary is in line with requirements for this position. DCAF is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of sex, age, disability, gender identity, religion, or ethnicity.

How to apply:

Interested candidates meeting the qualifications are invited to e-mail their curriculum vitae together with a motivation letter by 15 October 2019 to the Selection Committee at prdrecruitment@dcaf.ch (subject: “RA PRDIV50%”). Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.**

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Switzerland: Consultancy (home-based with travel): Rapid Response Team Member (RRT) Information Management Officer ( 6 months)

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Sep 182019
 

Organization: UN Children’s Fund
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 01 Oct 2019

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.

Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

And we never give up.

BACKGROUNDThe Child Protection Area of Responsibility (CP AoR) approach ensures clear leadership, predictability and accountability in international responses to humanitarian emergencies by clarifying the division of labour among organizations and better defining their roles and responsibilities within the different sectors of the response. It aims to make the international humanitarian community better organised and more accountable and professional, so that it can be a better partner for the affected people, host governments, local authorities, local civil society and resourcing partners.

A well-run cluster/AoR including Information Management is a formal deliverable of the Cluster Lead Agency and forms a part of the agency’s work. UNICEF, as highlighted in their Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action, is fully committed to interagency humanitarian reform and supports this through provision of leadership and participation in assigned clusters and sectors.

PURPOSE

The Information Management RRT is a core Child Protection Area of Responsibility (CP AoR) team member. The purpose of this RRT is to manage the collection, analysis and sharing of information that is important for the coordination group participants to make informed (evidence-based) strategic decisions. In humanitarian situations, the Information Manager RRT should provide high quality, rapidly deployable child protection IM capacity.

Consistent with the CP AoR localization strategy the position will have a focus on local partner engagement in assessment and monitoring, including tools development. In an effort to better understand and respond to protection risks the position will also explicitly focus on integrated needs assessment and analysis, including the use of conflict trend analysis.

WORK SETTING

The function of the RRT member will be to fulfil this through deployment to UNICEF at the country level, at a minimum of 72 hours’ notice, to support the data collection and analysis aspect of interagency coordination of child protection responses. The RRT member will be deployed maximum 50% of her/his time. While on deployment, the RRT member will perform his/her duties under the supervision of designated UNICEF staff. The Terms of Reference (TOR) for each mission will be specific to the given context.

When the RRT member is not deployed, she/he will continue to provide remote support to the field and contribute to support the work of the global level CP AoR in strengthening the CPiE Information Management sector.

The duties will be performed under the direct supervision of the Deputy Coordinator of the CP AoR.

The RRT member will provide remote support to field-based Information Management structures and support the CP AoR’s efforts to produce key interagency tools, build capacity, and develop shared advocacy and policy as laid out in the 2018 – 2020 work plan.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The RRT is responsible for contributing to the following:

  • Respond to the AoR members’ needs for information.
  • Adapt existing in-country information management approaches for collecting, analysing and reporting AoR activities and resources, and identifying information gaps.
  • Establish and maintain information databases that consolidate, analyse and report/disseminate information critical to decision making.
  • Maintain monthly reporting from AoR members, including 5Ws (‘Who does What, Where, When and for Whom?’ databases).
  • Support the estimation of spatial and temporal gaps, overlaps and coverage of AoR activities and projects.
  • Work with AoR members to identify information gaps at national and sub-national levels and propose ways to bridge those gaps
  • Work with AoR members to identify and analyse needs according to the Needs Identification and Analysis Framework
  • Use GIS mapping for map production and geographic data management.
  • Adopt and promote the use of global standards for information management for inter-operability.
  • Manage flows of information and dissemination in an appropriate way, including website management.
  • Manage an inventory of relevant documents on the humanitarian situation.
  • Support the development and analysis of needs assessment and monitoring programmes
  • Develop and strengthen information management capacity through the training
  • Contribute to the core cluster functions
  • Performance Indicators for Evaluation of Results

  • Timely submission of deliverables
  • Satisfactory quality of deliverables
  • Justification

    The CP AoR is supporting country coordination groups to deliver an entirely new template for humanitarian needs overviews and response plans (HNO HRP) This requires additional human resources to ensure that the child protection analysis is completed in all 20 plus countries undertaking HNO HRP. Additionally, UNICEF has committed to improve the quality in HNO HRP for all clusters they lead in areas such as barrier analysis for access as well as disability.

    Whilst the CP AoR has sought an additional RRT through Standby Partners this has not been successful and the entire IMO support both in county and remote has been left to only one IMO. As such the CP AoR has far below average IMO support relative to all clusters. An interim measure is therefore required whilst the CP AoR works to secure long term partner resources.

    Core cluster functions:

    1. Supporting service delivery

    1.1. Provide a platform to ensure that service delivery is driven by the agreed strategic priorities

    1.2. Develop mechanisms to eliminate duplication of service delivery

    2. Informing strategic decision-making of the HC/HCT for the humanitarian response

    2.1. Needs assessment and gap analysis (across other sectors and within the sector)

    2.2. Analysis to identify and address (emerging) gaps, obstacles, duplication, and cross-cutting issues.

    2.3. Prioritization, grounded in response analysis

    3. Planning and strategy development

    3.1. Develop sectoral plans, objectives and indicators directly support realization of the HC/HCT strategic priorities

    3.2. Application and adherence to existing standards and guidelines

    3.3. Clarify funding requirements, prioritization, and cluster contributions to HC’s overall humanitarian funding considerations (Flash Appeal, CAP, ERF/CHF, CERF)

    4. Advocacy

    4.1. Identify advocacy concerns to contribute to HC and HCT messaging and action

    4.2. Undertaking advocacy activities on behalf of cluster participants and the affected population

    5. Monitoring and reporting the implementation of the cluster strategy and results; recommending corrective action where necessary

    6. Contingency planning/preparedness for recurrent disasters whenever feasible and relevant.

    7. Accountability to affected populations

    The global cluster will provide operational support to the country cluster.

    Performance of the cluster will be measured using the Coordination Performance Report.

    ACCOUNTABILITY

    The RRT is accountable to:

  • Child Protection Area of Responsibility Deputy Coordinator who will in turn ensure that the RRT is provided with all necessary support and guidance.
  • Child Protection Area of Responsibility members, who will in turn ensure that they deliver on their agreed minimum commitments (see IASC Reference Module for Cluster Coordination at the Country Level, November 2012)
  • Information management team members who will in turn support the RRT in line with their terms of reference.
  • Inter-cluster coordination bodies established by the HCT/UNOCHA.
  • Affected populations through agreed mechanisms.
  • Accountability to the Cluster Coordinator, cluster participants, information management team members and inter-cluster coordination bodies will be expressed in regular review meetings.
  • COMPETENCIES

    Core competencies:

  • Communicates, works and networks effectively with a wide range of people to reach broad consensus on a well-coordinated response, and demonstrates leadership where required.
  • Thinks and acts strategically and ensures that cluster activities are prioritised and aligned within an agreed strategy.
  • Understands the rationale behind Humanitarian Reform, its main components and recent developments including the Transformative Agenda.
  • Understands, uses and adapts the tools, mechanisms and processes developed as part of Humanitarian Reform.
  • Demonstrates commitment to Humanitarian Principles
  • Demonstrates commitment to Principles of Partnership
  • Demonstrates commitment to the cluster and independence from employing organisation.
  • Builds, motivates and leads information management team.
  • Technical competencies

  • Understands key technical issues for the CP AoR and Protection Cluster sufficiently well enough to be able to: engage with cluster members; understand their cluster-specific information management needs.
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Excel or MS Access (e.g. pivot tables and functions); proven technical expertise for managing data capture and storage, for analysing diverse datasets, and presenting information in understandable tables, charts, graphs and reports; knowledge of establishing and managing basic websites (e.g. UNOCHA’s Humanitarian Response platform); proven skills in using GIS and map-making packages, and in web design and software development are an asset.
  • Languages

  • Fluency in English
  • Knowledge of another UN language (French or Arabic) an advantage
  • QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

    Qualifications

  • University degree, preferably at an advanced level, in a subject area relevant to information management
  • Extensive work experience relevant to this post may be considered as a replacement for formal qualifications.
  • Formal training in cluster information management an advantage
  • Experience

  • At least 3-5 years progressively responsible humanitarian work experience with UN and/or NGO, including information management in the first phase of a major emergency response relevant to the cluster
  • Extensive work experience outside the humanitarian sector which is relevant to this post may be considered as a replacement for humanitarian experience.
  • COST AND TIMEFRAME

    The consultant will be paid at an agreed monthly rate.

    Location of Consultancy

    The consultancy will be home-based with up to 8 weeks of travel as per requirements.

    Payment Schedule

    The consultant will be paid monthly based on delivery of satisfactory deliverables.

    Travel costs will be reimbursed on submission of invoices. The consultant will need to organize own travel, including ticketing and visa, and their expenditure will be reimbursed based on the most direct and economical route in economy class. UNICEF will pay the daily subsistence allowance as per UN-approved rate. The consultant must be fit to travel, be in a possession of the valid UNDSS BSafe certificate, obligatory inoculation(s) and have a valid own travel/medical insurance with hospitalisation and repatriation coverage.

    UNICEF reserves the right to terminate the contract without a prior notice and/or withhold all or a portion of payment if performance is unsatisfactory, if the rules and the regulations regarding confidentiality, ethics and procedures of UNICEF and the project partners are not followed, if work/outputs are incomplete, not delivered.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Applicants are invited to:

  • complete their UNICEF profile
  • attach latest P-11 History Form, CV and Motivation Letter (http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_53129.htm)
  • Indicate a monthly fee
  • Applications without monthly fees will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

    Remarks:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

    UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=526473

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    Switzerland: Education Consultants Roster- UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Regional Office

     Farmacia, FULL TIME, Hoteles  Comments Off on Switzerland: Education Consultants Roster- UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Regional Office
    Sep 182019
     

    Organization: UN Children’s Fund
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 17 Oct 2019

    UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.

    Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

    And we never give up.

    For every child, education

    The UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (ECA) is seeking to establish a Roster of Education experts. Becoming a Pre-Qualified Consultant in the UNICEF Roster is a one-off standard application that opens the door for potentially multiple assignments. Once pre-qualified, consultants will be eligible for direct recruitment by UNICEF offices in the region for a three-year period. Over the three-year period, UNICEF will make extensive use of the roster for eligible consultancy requirements; this is therefore a unique opportunity for any interested and qualified consultant to submit one single application and, if entered onto the Roster, to be immediately considered for any future assignments by UNICEF in the relevant area of expertise.

    BACKGROUND

    Access to education

    All children and adolescents have the right to quality education. While great progress has been made in ECAR to get children into basic education, with net enrolment rates generally above 95%, an estimated 1.6 million children of basic school age are out-of-school. The challenge is more serious for children aged 3 to 6, with over 8 million children of pre-primary school age estimated to not be benefiting from early education programmes. This can heavily impact their education paths and careers later on, with children from marginalized communities the hardest hit. At the secondary level, 1.7 million adolescents are estimated not to be in school; equity gaps are also evident amongst these young people, impacting their skills development and later ability to find employment.

    Additionally, there are many more children, perhaps millions, from the most marginalized communities, that are excluded from national data collection procedures and thus are invisible in national indicators on education. For example, there are an estimated 5.1 million children with disabilities in the region, the majority of whom are likely to be out of school; those in school are often in special schools or classrooms, despite attempts to introduce and ensure inclusive education. Adolescents and pre-primary school age children, children from rural or lower socio-economic backgrounds, children from ethnic and linguistic minority groups (mainly Roma children) and children with disabilities (CwD) are particularly at risk of being out-of-school or dropping out early. In some countries gender stereotypes combined with age characteristics lead to gender-based exclusion, especially at the secondary level – discriminating against girls in some countries, against boys in others. Children falling into multiple profiles of exclusion are the most at risk of never entering at all, dropping out early, or not acquiring the necessary skills to find meaningful employment or advance their own and their society’s development.

    Poor learning outcomes

    Learning outcomes in the region are persistently low. The latest round of PISA tests shows that on average, the 15-year-old in the participating countries in ECAR are 2.5 years behind their OECD peers. About half are failing to master basic reading, mathematics skills and science skills. In many countries, the national assessment systems are not yet fully developed, and there is often little data on student learning outcomes; however available data shows severe equity gaps, equivalent to several years of education, across the region for children from marginalized communities (CwD, minorities, children from lower socioeconomic backgrounds).

    Poor education quality in the region impacts the development of foundation, transferrable, job-related and digital skills. Not only is the out-of-school rate for upper secondary age adolescents high, youth unemployment and the number of youth not in education, employment or training (NEET) is also high. This highlights the limited skills acquired by young people in ECAR and their ability to find meaningful employment with those skills. This also contributes to emigration of the brightest from the region, especially towards the European Union (EU).

    A region in transition

    In ECA, the past twenty years have been a time of transition, with major political, administrative and structural changes and public finance reforms. Yet many challenges remain in establishing strong equity-enhancing and pro-poor education systems with clear oversight responsibilities at all levels: this includes coordination between central and lower-level governments, adequate funding to various levels of education, gaps in policy formulation and implementation, meaningful involvement of civil society and communities in education, and the indirect costs of education faced by many families and communities. Countries in Eastern Europe are heavily influenced by the EU, striving to align their policies to the accessions requirements and general EU recommendations (including on skills development and high-quality early childhood systems).

    UNICEF in ECAR

    UNICEF works in 21 countries in the ECA Region[1]. While acknowledging that each country is unique, with unique challenges and capacities, the Regional Office strives to give guidance and support to enable countries to work towards SDG 4 and develop strategies that support the global UNICEF mission and Education Strategic Plan. The global Education Strategy 2017-2030 priorities learning, access and system’s support, with a focus on equity, in line with the global UNICEF pillar on education: every child learns.

    The regional flagship result for the current period is that ‘by 2021, 700,000 out-of-school girls and boys are enrolled in high quality, inclusive pre-primary, primary and secondary education’. The focus, while strongly on access, emphasizes quality, considering the persistently low learning outcomes in the region. The regional focus is to ensure UNICEF Country Offices work together with their government counterparts and development partners towards accelerating efforts to expand access, improve quality and reduce inequities in participation and learning. Given that children’s exclusion in Eastern Europe and Central Asia is rooted in complex, diverse and interacting situations, equity in school participation and learning can only be realized through comprehensive system reforms. Accordingly, across the ECA region, UNICEF has focused its programming at system level, recognizing that contributions to systemic change represent the most effective and sustainable route to the progressive realization of children’s rights. Top priorities for the region include inclusive education; teacher training and capacity building, particularly in the field of assessments; and data collection, analysis and utilization. Priorities also include strengthening on-going innovations and promising initiatives at country level, generating knowledge by identifying and documenting good practices, and facilitating the exchange of information and knowledge between countries.

    EXPERTISE SOUGHT

    In order to drive forward quality, inclusive education in the region, the UNICEF Regional Office for ECA is seeking technical expertise, competencies and skills across several education domains. Potential candidates will be required to have a minimum of eight years of relevant professional experience (two years or more in the ECA region will be counted as an asset) as well as expertise and competencies in one or more of these sub-areas:

    Service categories

    Area of expertise sough

    Curriculum development

  • Review, revision and development of curricula and assessment tools
  • 21st-century skills
  • Competency-based curricula
  • 2nd decade education
  • Expertise in assessments

  • Formative assessments,
  • National assessments
  • Large-scale assessments (national and international)
  • Review of assessment and evaluation systems
  • Teacher education

  • Continuous Professional Development programmes
  • Pre-service
  • E-learning platforms
  • Peer learning initiatives
  • Inclusive education
  • Teaching and learning materials
  • Teaching assistants
  • Systems strengthening

  • Government coordination and decentralization
  • Education Sector Analysis
  • Education Sector Plans
  • Public fiscal management, including budgeting (Public Finance for Children) and costing of programmes
  • School and teacher management policies
  • Education Management Information System (EMIS)

  • Database architecture and management
  • Data analysis and use for policy formulation and programme improvements
  • Data visualization and dissemination
  • Children with disabilities

  • Access, Participation, Learning for children with disabilities
  • Assistive technologies
  • Research and evaluation of on-going and promising initiatives
  • Special education (reform)
  • Multi-disciplinary approaches to assessment and support
  • Inclusion of marginalized groups

  • Ethnic and linguistic minorities
  • Roma inclusion
  • Children from lower socio-economic backgrounds, rural communities etc
  • Out-of-school children
  • Research and evaluation of on-going and promising initiatives
  • Innovation

  • ICT in education
  • Technology-based solutions
  • Non-technology-based innovations
  • Cross-sectoral innovations
  • Research and pilot promising innovations
  • Education in emergencies

  • Education for migrants, refugee children, children on the move, unaccompanied children, children affected by conflict
  • Disaster Risk Reduction and risk management plans
  • Early Childhood Education

  • Inclusive early childhood education
  • Development of learning and development standards
  • ECE curriculum development and implementation
  • Assessment of early learning outcome
  • Teacher training and development
  • Parental involvement in early learning;
  • Second Decade Education

  • Alternative pathways
  • Skills development
  • QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES OF A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE

    The Minimum Qualifications required are as follows:

  • Advanced university degree in one or more of the disciplines relevant to the following areas: Education, Child Development, Inclusive Education, Psychology, Human Development, or other relevant disciplines related to the above areas of work;
  • Eight years of demonstrated experience in the stated domain of expertise;
  • Computer literate (specialization in different programmes including statistical software is an asset);
  • Fluent in English (written and oral) and preferably at least one of the major languages used in the region; and
  • Knowledge of political, social and economic issues in the ECA region.
  • In addition, having the following experience or competencies will be considered an asset:

  • Familiarity with education systems in the former Soviet Union and former Yugoslavia countries;
  • Experience in research and contributing to publications at the regional level in at least one of the disciplines listed above;
  • Experience with addressing equity issues and disparities in education; and
  • Previous experience working with UNICEF or other UN/international development organizations.
  • Candidates to the UNICEF’s Pre-qualified Consultants Roster should be:

  • Able to communicate effectively with varied audiences, including through formal presentation and written communication;
  • Able to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Able to work remotely as well as in various country offices and settings;
  • Able to work effectively with stakeholders from government institutions, international organizations, academia and NGOs;
  • Adopt a flexible attitude and adaptability to rapidly changing circumstances
  • Remarks:

    How to apply:

    Applicants are invited to:

  • complete their UNICEF profile
  • attach latest P-11 History Form (http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_53129.htm), CV and Motivation Letter
  • indicate a daily fee
  • Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted for the next steps (interviews). Once pre-qualified, consultants will be eligible for direct recruitment by offices in the region for short-term consultancies within a two-year period.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce and encourage qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

    [1] Albania; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kosovo; Kyrgyzstan; Montenegro; Republic of Moldova; Romania; Serbia; Tajikistan; North Macedonia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan

    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=526466

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    Sep 182019
     

    TE Connectivity Ltd., is a $14 billion global technology and manufacturing leader creating a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. For more than 75 years, our connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environ…
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