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Switzerland: Policy Specialist – Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement

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Sep 162018
 

Organization: Scaling Up Nutrition
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 23 Sep 2018

Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement Secretariat – Country Liaison Team

Vacancy code: VA/2018/B5119/16376

Level: ICS-10
Duty station: Geneva, Switzerland
Contract type: International ICA
Contract level: IICA-2
Duration: Open-ended

Application period: 07-Sep-2018 to 23-Sep-2018

Applications to vacancies must be received before midnight Copenhagen time (CET) on the closing date of the announcement.

Background Information – Job Specific

Launched in September 2010, the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement catalyses collective action towards ending malnutrition in all its forms. Led by 60 SUN Countries and the Indian States of Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, the SUN Movement is an unprecedented effort to bring together stakeholders – governments, national and international civil society organisations, businesses, the UN system, researchers and scientists across different sectors – to create an enabling environment to improve nutrition.

SUN countries, and all stakeholders in the Movement are committed to scaling up nutrition, by strengthening four strategic processes at country-level as set out in the SUN Movement Strategy and Roadmap 2016-2020:

  1. Expanding and sustaining an enabling political environment;
  2. Prioritising effective actions that contribute to good nutrition;
  3. Implementing actions aligned with national common results frameworks;
  4. Effectively using, and significantly increasing, financial resources for nutrition.

The SUN Movement Secretariat was established in 2012 as a small coordinating mechanism to support SUN countries, helping them connect with each other for support and advice, and ensuring coordinated and coherent support from actors in a series of networks. The Secretariat also maintains momentum across the SUN Movement, catalyzing interest and action in new or problematic nutrition issues. Finally, the Secretariat tracks and communicates the progress made by each SUN country, and the Movement as a whole.

The SUN Movement Coordinator, a UN Assistant Secretary General, oversees implementation of the Strategy and Roadmap, leads the SUN Movement Secretariat and represents the SUN Movement globally. Day-to-day management of the Secretariat is the responsibility of the Director.

Functional Resposibilities

Central to the SUN Movement Secretariat, and reporting to the Coordinator of the Country Liaison Team, is a team of Policy Specialists who liaise with SUN countries.

Each Specialist is responsible for establishing and maintaining a dynamic working relationship with 8-10 SUN countries. The Specialist’s primary contact in each SUN country is a SUN Focal Point. Specialists must also work closely with UN agencies, civil society organizations, businesses, academics and other development partners active in each country. Specialists actively assist SUN Focal Points, and the multi-stakeholder platforms they work with, to: achieve their objectives, implement national nutrition plans, strengthen policy, legislation, institutions and actions for improved nutritionat country level.

Policy specialists ensure that the broader national or international community of stakeholders is aware of the challenges each SUN country is facing, and mobilized to provide technical assistance. Specialists support the stakeholders in creating and strengthening opportunities in each country for accelerating progress, scaling up results, share and learn. Like all in the SUN Movement, Specialists are vigilant that the SUN Movement’s principles are always upheld, everywhere.

Policy Specialists must therefore be in frequent contact with a large and diverse network of in-country stakeholders, primarily via telephone, teleconference, and email – often in different time zones. They must be able to sustain productive exchanges with actors that are busy, and whose means of communication can be limited. Specialists also travel periodically to the countries in their portfolio, or to selected global events. Specialists produce high-quality written or oral briefs for members of SUN Networks, the SUN Coordinator and the Secretariat, and external audiences. These briefs should make clear recommendations based on political-economy analysis, data and insights into policy processes.

Policy Specialists are expected to be proactive, innovative, entrepreneurial, agile and result oriented, demonstrating a high standard of professionalism and integrity.

Policy Specialists have the following responsibilities in support of a portfolio of SUN Countries

A. Support SUN Countries including:

  • Support with their strategies and priorities;
  • Support (further) development of a stakeholder platform that is aligned and focused on implementation of scalable and replicable results;
  • Support with the Identification and encouragement of opportunities for government and other actors to accelerate impact in-country;
  • Support peer-to-peer learning between SUN Countries
  • Assist with the facilitation of virtual exchanges or meetings among groups of SUN Countries facing similar nutritional challenges, among those in comparable contexts, or neighbors in Regional Economic Communities;
  • In response to SUN Countries’ requests, broker access to effective and predictable support from within the Movement, and maintain up-to-date records of country needs and priorities;
  • Identify and highlight common, or recurring capacity gaps and support to overcome them and prevent new gaps

B. Track and analyze country progress, challenges and opportunities, including:

  • Assist with the Movement’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning system;
  • Assist SUN countries with organizing and conducting their annual Joint Assessment ensuring their timely and quality participation;
  • Assist with the SUN Movement Annual Progress Report, country briefs, case studies, and the SUN website by compiling and analyzing country information, and documenting lessons learnt on effective multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder approaches to improving nutrition;
  • Assist with other documents as required by SUN Countries, Networks, the Executive Committee, and Lead Group

Education

Advanced university degree (Master or equivalent) in Political Science, Social Sciences, Development, International relations or related fields. A Bachelor degree with two additional years of relevant experience may be acceptable in lieu of the advanced degree.

Experience

At least five years (seven years with bachelor’s degree) of progressively responsible professional experience in an international working environment, is required.

At least three years of field experience in multi-sector programmes and policies, in food and nutrition security, food systems, trade, responsible business, gender equity or local government is desirable.
Understanding of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is desirable.

Hands-on experience in SUN country-owned and country-driven initiatives for development is desirable
Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.

Abililty to strengthen team spirit and impact.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate across one or more dispersed and diverse teams.

Languages

Fluency in written and spoken English is required. Fluency in either Spanish, French or Portuguese is desirable. Knowledge of Russian or Arabic is an asset.

How to apply:

Apply here: https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16376#1

More information about the SUN Movement: http://scalingupnutrition.org

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Switzerland: Deputy Director (Vaccines) HIV Programmes & Advocacy

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Sep 162018
 

Organization: International AIDS Society
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 12 Oct 2018

Deputy Director (Vaccines)

HIV Programmes & Advocacy

About the IAS:

Founded in 1988, the International AIDS Society (IAS) is the world’s largest association of HIV professionals, with members from more than 180 countries. IAS members work on all fronts of the global response to AIDS, and include researchers, clinicians, policy and programme planners and public health and community practitioners on the frontlines of the epidemic.

The IAS organizes the world’s two most prestigious HIV conferences, each convened biennially in alternating years. The International AIDS Conference is the largest conference on any global health or development issue, and provides a unique forum for the intersection of science and advocacy. The IAS Conference on HIV Science brings together a broad cross section of HIV professionals and features the latest HIV science, with a focus on implementation – moving scientific advances into practice.

In addition, the IAS programmes advocate for urgent action to reduce the global impact of HIV, including increased investment in HIV cure research; optimizing treatment and care for infants, children and adolescents with HIV in resource-limited settings; preventing and treating HIV-related co-infections; and expanding access to prevention, treatment and care for key populations at higher risk for HIV – such as men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, sex workers and transgender individuals – including protecting their human rights by combatting punitive laws and discriminatory policies. Most recently, IAS has been identified as the new host for the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise (Enterprise), a move that will ensure that the pursuit of an HIV vaccine takes a prominent place in IAS’ mission to reduce the global impact of HIV.

More information on IAS can be found at www.iasociety.org.

About the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise:

The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise is an alliance of funders and stakeholders committed to the development – and future access to – an HIV vaccine. The Enterprise plays a critical role in bringing stakeholders together to address the needs, risks and complexities critical to accelerating HIV vaccine development. Over the next 5 years, the Enterprise will concentrate efforts on three pivotal commitments:

  1. Propelling the Vaccine Pipeline. Strengthen strategies to align, amplify and accelerate development of candidate vaccines by tackling issues in trial design and implementation, and enhancing product development knowledge and collaboration. Near-term activities could include: reviewing incidence and PrEP uptake data to increase understanding of and sustain dialogue around the impact of prevention modalities on vaccine development; assessing available resources and developing an integrated product development education programme.

  2. Preparing for Success. Tackle priorities essential to clarifying the roadmap for future access to a vaccine by clarifying regulatory and access pathways, and devising new business models for late-stage product development. Near-term activities could include: engaging efficacy-stage programmes to define common access planning challenges; convening stakeholders to discuss ideas for catalyzing new funding models.

  3. Expanding Resources & Engagement. Enlist a diverse community of partners to support and contribute to the field by strengthening political commitment and encouraging new investment, and diversifying engagement to build a more connected field. Near-term activities could include: creating a platform for sustained engagement; working with advocates to align on approaches to reinforce and amplify the case for investment.

Details of Employment:

The Deputy Director (Vaccines), HIV Programmes & Advocacy position will be based in Geneva, Switzerland and report to the Director, HIV Programmes & Advocacy. The position is open-ended and full-time.

Purpose of the Position:

The incumbent will be responsible for providing strategic scientific and technical guidance to vaccine-related initiatives of the IAS, and leadership on all aspects of the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise programme, including implementation of the new strategy and attainment of goals, objectives, activities and targets.

Main Responsibilities:

Design, development and overall management of the IAS Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise Programme

  • Lead and manage the implementation of the new 5-year Enterprise programme strategy in coordination with major stakeholders, including developing clear strategic and operational plans for programme execution and maintaining adherence to the budget
  • Build and manage an Enterprise programme team, ensuring excellence in delivery and effective relationships with internal and external partners
  • Lead the evaluation, improvement and impact assessments of the IAS secretariat activities and initiatives related to HIV vaccines.

Provide technical expertise

  • Leverage an academic track record in HIV vaccine (e.g. immunology, virology, epidemiology etc.) to identify and support opportunities to i) improve and define HIV vaccine research tools (e.g. animal models, immune assays) and ii) refine vaccine concepts and combinations
  • Bring an understanding of product development priorities, practices and principles to foster field-wide efforts to conduct efficient clinical trials in an evolving prevention landscape, sharpen the product development mindset among diverse stakeholders and learn from trial outcomes
  • Attend and monitor key HIV conferences to proactively identify the most important needs and challenges in HIV vaccine design, development, regulatory and access planning
  • Provide scientific input to donor reports, concept notes, fundraising proposals and advocacy initiatives to support resource mobilization efforts for the Enterprise programme and other vaccine-related efforts. Where appropriate, this will be done in collaboration with the IAS Resource Mobilization team
  • Provide technical input to and strategic guidance on IAS conference programme content, including HIVR4P, to ensure that vaccines and related fields are strongly and appropriately represented.

Strategically position the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise Programme

  • Work with the HIV vaccine R&D community and the Enterprise Advisory Group to identify, prioritize and invest in activities with the greatest potential for impact
  • Monitor and report on metrics and forecasted impacts as indicators of the Enterprise’s contribution and the HIV vaccine field’s progress
  • In collaboration with the IAS Communications team, develop a communications plan for the Enterprise programme to expand awareness of the Enterprise’s mandate to promote engagement in the Enterprise programmes and their development, and promote the latest HIV vaccine science.

Identify and maintain partnerships

  • Build sustainable relationships and develop partnerships with a range of key stakeholders from Africa, Asia, North America and Europe to advance current and future strategic objectives of the Enterprise. For example:

Ø Work with trial networks, industry and policymakers to support and contribute to the field’s ability to conduct efficient clinical trials in an evolving prevention landscape

Ø Engage the World Health Organization (WHO), regulators, policymakers, communities and product developers to facilitate mapping of regulatory and licensure pathways for an HIV vaccine

Ø Convene product developers, industry, research funders and international finance and development agencies to foster dialogue around novel business models that address the imperatives and risks of late-stage HIV vaccine R&D, scale-up and rollout

  • Build strong relationships with other vaccine stakeholders – including GAVI (The Global Vaccine Initiative), The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and WHO – to maintain knowledge of global HIV vaccine priorities and to ensure the Enterprise is effectively contributing
  • Nurture synergistic partnerships across the IAS platform.

Perform any additional tasks requested by the Director, HIV Programmes & Advocacy.

Academic Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree or PhD in microbiology, immunology, or related field.

Work Experience:

  • At least 5 to 8 years’ experience in a similar management position and a background in global health, including in the HIV vaccine field, prevention or cure research
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing vaccine-related or HIV prevention strategies
  • Experience in building and managing successful relationships with a diversity of stakeholders, including members of governments, pharmaceutical companies, NGOs, and/or multi‐lateral organizations
  • Experience in project management: including budgets and work plans, management of large grants and coordination of consortiums
  • Experience in scientific research, academic writing and publishing a plus.

Skills/Competencies:

  • Excellent knowledge of the different aspects of HIV prevention and vaccine research, preferably in an international context
  • A track record of achievement and leadership in the field and an active network of established collaborators
  • Strong stakeholder management and team management skills
  • Excellent business-oriented oral and written communication skills
  • Highly organized, systematic and with strong analytical skills
  • Creative and out of the box thinker, with demonstrated track record of problem‐solving/seeking solutions to challenges
  • Flexible with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work independently
  • Applied understanding of matrix management principles
  • Sense of diplomacy, cross-cultural interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, and propose and implement strategic new initiatives in uncertain and evolving environments
  • Ability to travel internationally.

Languages:

  • Advanced level English. Knowledge of other languages is an asset.

How to apply:

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and a cover letter, in English and by email only, to recruitment@iasociety.org.** The applications will be selected on a rolling basis. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

IAS employees are evidence-based, human rights-focused, inclusive and accountable partners in the HIV response. Candidates should display genuine commitment to IAS values (learn more here).

The IAS is committed to recruiting and sustaining a skilled, effective, diverse and gender-balanced secretariat, and to the greater involvement of people living with HIV (GIPA) in all aspects of its work. People living with or affected by HIV are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Switzerland: Stop TB – Communications Manager

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Sep 162018
 

Organization: UNOPS
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 30 Sep 2018

Background Information

UNOPS hosts the Stop Tuberculosis Partnership Secretariat (STBP) as of 1 January 2015, in Geneva, Switzerland. The vision of the Stop TB Partnership is to realize the goal of elimination of Tuberculosis (TB) as a public health problem and, ultimately, to obtain a world free of TB by ensuring that every TB patient has access to effective diagnosis, treatment and cure; stopping transmission of TB; reducing the inequitable social and economic toll of TB; and developing and implementing new preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic tools and strategies. The Stop Partnership is uniquely positioned to support the development and further implementation by partners of the current and future Global Plan, acting as a coordinator and catalyst for the range of partners engaged in the fight against TB.

Functional Responsibilities

Under the guidance of Stop TB Partnership’s Executive Director, the incumbent serves as Communication Manager providing leadership on Communication strategies to promote the Partnership’s objectives, ensure visibility and understanding of the STBP brand, and strengthen the internal and external communication of the Partnership. The Manager will work with all the teams in the STBP Secretariat, as well as external partners, donors, and key influencers in order to achieve the objectives of the current and future Operational Strategy and the Global Plans to End TB. The purpose of all Stop TB Partnership communication work is to engender political and financial commitment to end TB as a public health problem.

Please visit the online vacancy for further information and to apply: https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16277

Qualifications

Education

  • Preferably, advanced university (Master) degree in political science or international relations, media and communication, Journalism, economics, development studies, resource mobilization and social media PR, or similar subjects.
  • A University degree (Bachelor) in one of the subjects above in addition to 2 extra years of relevant experience, may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.

Experience

  • A minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in the development and implementation of communication strategies, ideally with emphasis in at least one of the following areas: campaigning, networking, public relations at national and international levels.
  • Track record in the development and successful delivery of communication campaigns related to public health/development is highly desirable.
  • Experience in the development of communication, messages, writing and journalism strategies and related high level messages through interaction at senior level would be a strong asset; and proven experience in development and/or run of campaigns, news items, and work under pressure to deliver results against tight deadline is desirable.
  • Experience working with large Organizations in the area of strategic communication is required.
  • Experience in leading and managing multicultural teams is required.
  • Experience interacting with and presenting to senior leadership of donors, government and partner organizations is desirable.
  • Sound understanding of the global public health arena and future directions is a strong asset.

  • Experience working with a multitude of partners and high level representatives is highly desirable.Proven networking capacity with important stakeholders – including but not limited to private sector, business leaders, members of parliament, senior government officers and/or Ministers is a strong asset.

Languages

  • Excellent knowledge of English with proven ability to write and communicate in English (spoken and written) in a clear and concise manner. Knowledge of another UN official language is an asset.

How to apply:

  • Application Deadline: 30-Sept-2018
  • Please visit the online vacancy to apply: https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16277
  • Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time
  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  • Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Switzerland: Policy Specialist

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Sep 162018
 

Organization: UNOPS
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 23 Sep 2018

Background Information – ECR

Based in Geneva, the Europe and Central Asia Regional Office (ECR) supports UNOPS offices throughout the region through: management, financial and programmatic oversight of global and country-specific portfolios, clusters and operations centres, including hosting services; fund and management advisory services; project implementation; procuring goods and services; and managing human resources.

ECR ensures that projects are executed to the highest standards, providing a shared knowledge base and ensuring that best practices and lessons learned are disseminated between business units and projects across the entire region.

ECR operates global portfolios from offices in Geneva, Brussels and New York, and country-specific programmes from its operations and project centres located in Eastern Europe and Central Asian countries.

Background Information – Job-specific

Launched in September 2010, the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement catalyses collective action towards ending malnutrition in all its forms. Led by 60 SUN Countries and the Indian States of Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, the SUN Movement is an unprecedented effort to bring together stakeholders – governments, national and international civil society organisations, businesses, the UN system, researchers and scientists across different sectors – to create an enabling environment to improve nutrition.

SUN countries, and all stakeholders in the Movement are committed to scaling up nutrition, by strengthening four strategic processes at country-level as set out in the SUN Movement Strategy and Roadmap 2016-2020:

  1. Expanding and sustaining an enabling political environment;
  2. Prioritising effective actions that contribute to good nutrition;
  3. Implementing actions aligned with national common results frameworks;
  4. Effectively using, and significantly increasing, financial resources for nutrition.

The SUN Movement Secretariat was established in 2012 as a small coordinating mechanism to support SUN countries, helping them connect with each other for support and advice, and ensuring coordinated and coherent support from actors in a series of networks. The Secretariat also maintains momentum across the SUN Movement, catalyzing interest and action in new or problematic nutrition issues. Finally, the Secretariat tracks and communicates the progress made by each SUN country, and the Movement as a whole.

The SUN Movement Coordinator, a UN Assistant Secretary General, oversees implementation of the Strategy and Roadmap, leads the SUN Movement Secretariat and represents the SUN Movement globally. Day-to-day management of the Secretariat is the responsibility of the Director.

Please visit the online vacancy for further information and to apply: https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16376

Qualifications

Education

  • Advanced university degree (Master or equivalent) in Political Science, Social Sciences, Development, International relations or related fields.
  • A Bachelor degree with two additional years of relevant experience may be acceptable in lieu of the advanced degree.

Experience

  • At least five years (seven years with bachelor’s degree) of progressively responsible professional experience in an international working environment, is required.
  • At least three years of field experience in multi-sector programmes and policies, in food and nutrition security, food systems, trade, responsible business, gender equity or local government is desirable.
  • Understanding of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is desirable.
  • Hands-on experience in SUN country-owned and country-driven initiatives for development is desirable.

Skills

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.
  • Abililty to strengthen team spirit and impact.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate across one or more dispersed and diverse teams.

Languages

  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required.
  • Fluency in either Spanish, French or Portuguese is desirable.
  • Knowledge of Russian or Arabic is an asset.

How to apply:

  • Application Deadline: 23-Sept-2018
  • Please visit the online vacancy to apply: https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16376
  • Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time
  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  • Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Switzerland: Senior Advisor, HR Operations

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Sep 122018
 

Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 24 Sep 2018

Background

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world’s largest humanitarian organization, with 191 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.

Organizational Context

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (“the Federation”) is the world’s largest volunteer-based humanitarian network. The IFRC Secretariat (“the IFRC”) is based in Geneva and has regional and country offices throughout the world. Under the leadership of the Secretary General, the IFRC provides the central capacity to serve, connect, and represent Red Cross / Red Crescent National Societies. The IFRC focus includes providing support with governance mechanisms; setting norms and standards; directing and coordinating international relief operations, resource mobilization, technical support including providing guidance; ensuring consistency, coordination, and accountability for performance; knowledge sharing; and expanding engagement with partners. The IFRC headquarters is organized in three main business groups: (i) Partnerships, including Movement and Membership, (ii) Programmes and Operations, and (iii) Management, each one of them led by an Under-Secretary General.
The Management Division is in turn organised in three Departments: Finance and Administration; Human Resources; and Information Technologies, each of them led by a Director.
This position is located in the Human Resources Department and reports directly to the Director of Human Resources.

Job Purpose

As the key adviser working in the Front Office of the Director of Human Resources, to provide operational leadership to the Department by translating the HR Strategy into actionable work plans, coordinating their implementation, and ensuring effective and efficient service delivery; to serve as HR Focal Point on employee relations, case management and disciplinary matters; and to deputize for, and represent, the Director of Human Resources on a wide range of HR-related matters, as needed.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Assist with the management of the day-to-day work of the Department

  • Provide advice to the Director of Human Resources and the global HR Team on all strategic and operational issues relating to the management of the Human Resources Department and the implementation of the HR People Strategy
  • Oversee and manage workforce analytics to ensure that relevant metrics, trends, and KPIs are identified and reported to key internal and external stakeholders
  • Translate HR strategies and priorities into an annual work plan; monitor progress, propose adjustments and supervise its effective and efficient delivery
  • In collaboration with other HR Unit Managers, review and compile input from each Unit on Key Performance Indicators; provide regular and ad hoc reports to the Global Leadership Team, the Audit and Risk commission, and other internal and external stakeholders, as needed
  • Lead and coordinate the planning and implementation of the annual HR Operational Plan and Budget exercise
  • Oversee and support the design and implementation of transversal systems and processes, focusing on e-HR and simplification and re-engineering initiatives, in order to increase the productivity and efficiency of all HR activities
  • Actively participate and serve as HR Focal Point in the development and implementation of cross-cutting institutional initiatives such as those related to policy on sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), gender and diversity, disability, child protection, etc.
  • Monitor HR compliance with organizational policies, identify risk and mitigate loss, and serve as the focal point for the implementation of audit and compliance recommendations relating to HR issues
  • In conjunction with other HR Units and Regional HR Managers, identify and follow up on the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives and on the quality assurance of HR outputs
  • Promote knowledge-sharing and timely dissemination of information across the global HR team

Serve as Focal Point on employee relations, case management, and disciplinary matters

  • Develop and manage a fit-for-purpose HR case management system as required by the Director of Human Resources
  • Work with the Director to address and resolve sensitive employee-relations matters, including disciplinary processes and formal and informal grievances in accordance with established procedures. In this connection, advise the Director of HR on the formulation of the Organization’s position on all disciplinary cases and other conflicts with a view to ensuring fairness and effective resolution
  • Liaise with other units within HRD, Regional HR teams, the Legal Department, Office of Internal Audit and Investigations, Office of the Secretary General, the Appeals Commission, and other stakeholders, as appropriate
  • Conduct preliminary assessments on allegations of staff misconduct and make recommendations for fact-finding investigations to be conducted internally or externally
  • Serve as the focal point for monitoring of the implementation of the recommendations of the Appeal Commission, and provide periodic reports to the Director of Human Resources
  • As delegated by the Director of Human Resources, oversee the coordination of Staff Engagement Surveys and the monitoring/implementation of agreed actions arising from such surveys.

  • Keep track of grievances and allegations of breaches of the Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Guidelines and prepare relevant reports on trends in staff compliance with the Federation’s ethical standards and requirements, as needed

  • Through reporting, ensure Regional HR Managers and HR Unit Managers are aware of identified trends or issues (related to grievances/complaints) in their respective areas of responsibility to support initiatives (such as training, or updating of processes) which mitigate the risk of further instances.

  • Support the HR Business Partners and Regional HR Managers on specific case-management issues, with a view to (i) preparing fair and sound decisions requiring the attention of the Director of Human Resources at a later stage, and (ii) performing appropriate follow-up

  • Work collaboratively with all HR Global Team units to ensure consistent application of relevant policies and regulations

  • In coordination with the Business Partnering Unit, coach managers and other HR staff on the handling of sensitive or complex situations before they are escalated to the Director of Human Resources.

  • Advise and counsel staff with respect to their rights and responsibilities.

Represent the Director of Human Resources and act on his/her behalf

  • Deputise for the HR Director and represent him/her in internal or external meetings, providing the necessary strategic interface between the HR Department and specific divisions, departments, and regional offices across the Federation
  • Replace the HR Director during absences and manage day-to-day HR business

Carry out other activities on behalf of the Director of Human Resources, as required

  • Examine and validate decision papers for HR Director’s signature, as required
  • Liaise with the Finance and Administration Department on departmental budgetary and financial issues
  • Coordinate the preparation, implementation and follow-up of the HRGIDD and HR Global Team meetings; be the HR focal point for National Societies on HR-related matters

Contribute to building an effective, high-quality HR Department, by:

  • Being a role model; identifying and promoting value-based behaviors
  • Actively working to achieve the HR Department’s strategic objectives as set out in the Human Resources Strategic Framework
  • Ensuring excellent collaboration with HR colleagues and contributing to their professional development, as suitable.
  • Participating in the development of a customer service-oriented culture that values proactivity, continuous improvement, innovation, and high performance Education

Required:

  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent), in HR management or another related field.

Preferred:

  • Professional HR qualifications Experience

Required:

  • At least 10 years working experience of with at least 7 years of experience in the domain of human resources or relevant field
  • Experience in dealing with all aspects of HR management, both on a strategic and on an operational level
  • Demonstrated HR professional experience in an international, matrix organization (IO, NGO, corporate)
  • At least 5 years of experience working in multicultural and multinational teams

Preferred:

  • IFRC, RC/RC or other humanitarian field working experience. Knowledge, skills and languages

Required:

  • Proven ability to take decisions
  • Proven ability to motivate and manage a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong negotiation, collaboration and influencing skills
  • Professional credibility, able to work effectively at all levels across the organisation
  • Proven good judgment and ability to work with complete integrity and confidentiality
  • Solid track of managing and supporting diverse and multicultural teams
  • Self-reliance and ability to work in a challenging environment
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Highly organised and results focused
  • Fluent written and spoken English.

Preferred:

  • Proficiency in an additional IFRC language (French, Spanish or Arabic).

Competencies and values

Values: Respect for diversity; Integrity; Professionalism; Accountability

Core competencies: Communication; Collaboration and teamwork; Judgement and decision making; National society and customer relations; Creativity and innovation; Building trust

Functional competencies: Strategic orientation; Building alliances; Leadership; Empowering others Comments

The IFRC is committed to enhancing gender balance. Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply:

Please submit your application to IFRCjobs

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Switzerland: Associate Migration Policy Officer

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Sep 122018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 16 Sep 2018

Position Title : Associate Migration Policy Officer

Duty Station : Geneva, Switzerland

Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P2

Type of Appointment : Special short-term graded, Nine months with possibility of extension

Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 16 September 2018

Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

1. Internal candidates

2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Cook Islands, Cuba, Cabo Verde, Czech

Republic, Djibouti, Fiji, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Grenada, Guyana, Iceland, Kiribati, Comoros, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Saint Lucia, Lesotho, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Malawi, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Paraguay, Solomon Islands, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, Sao Tome and Principe, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, Samoa

Context:

The Department of International Cooperation and Partnerships (ICP) is responsible for following developments, analysing and leading on migration policy at the international level, in close collaboration with other Headquarters (HQs) departments, the Special Liaison Office in New York and the field, in particular Regional Liaison and Policy Officers (RLPOs). This includes ensuring appropriate participation in and contributions to the work of bodies such as the Global Migration Group (GMG), the UN General Assembly, the office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Migration and Development (SRSG), and the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD).

Under the overall supervision of Director of ICP, the direct supervision of the Head of Multilateral Processes Division (MPD), ICP and in cooperation with colleagues in HQs and other IOM offices, the successful candidate will focus on three main streams of work: IOM’s work within the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD); IOM’s engagement with local and regional authorities (in coordination with Labour Mobility and Human Development division); and finally, the roll-out of Migration Governance Framework (MiGOF) trainings for IOM staff and external stakeholders, including government officials.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. Participate in coordinating IOM support to the Global Forum on Migration and Development. In particular, liaise with the rotating chairs, draft background documents and policy papers, coordinate with the GFMD support Unit, relevant country missions, internal IOM departments and ensure coordination with the relevant external stakeholders.

  2. Support the implementation of mobility and migration aspects of the Habitat III Agenda in close coordination with the relevant HQs departments (particularly in coordination with Labour Mobility and Human Development division), as well as liaison with UN partners and relevant stakeholders.

  3. With support from the supervisor, develop and roll out training on MiGOF for staff and external stakeholders in coordination with regional offices and relevant HQs units.

  4. Provide substantive support to HQs departments, RLPOs, and Regional and Country Offices by developing and/or synthesizing materials on migration policy-related issues pertaining to multilateral processes (GFMD, Habitat III, etc), urban agenda and MiGOF.

  5. Draft statements, policy inputs and briefing papers and respond to specific request for support and inputs from other HQs departments, Regional or country offices.

  6. Liaise with the RLPOs, to ensure systematic dissemination and exchange of information on global policy issues and institutional positions and by issuing requests for action as appropriate.

  7. Represent the Division at internal and external meetings with governments, international organizations, NGOs and others. Draft statements, background documents and reports for relevant meetings and events.

  8. Prepare aspects or portions of any project-related financial or donor reports, as may be assigned.

  9. Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

Education

• Master’s degree in Law, Economics, International Relations, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Development Studies, International Affairs or a related field from an accredited academic institution with two years of relevant professional experience; or

• University degree in the above fields with four years of relevant professional experience.

Experience

• Computer literacy and strong organizational skills;

• Ability to timely understand the Organization’s structure and portfolios;

• Ability to work effectively and harmoniously in a team of colleagues of varied cultural and professional backgrounds;

• Proven ability to produce quality work accurately and concisely according to set deadlines;

• Practical experience of how to multi-task, prioritize and work independently;

• Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English;

• Good knowledge of IOM’s frameworks and policies, including MiGOF;

• Proven experience with project development and R.B.M.;

• Track record working with CSOs;

• Practical experience with Social Media.

Languages

Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of French and/or Spanish is an advantage.

Desirable Competencies:

Values

Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.

Integrity and transparency: maintains high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.

Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.

Core Competencies – behavioural indicators level 2

Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.

Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is action oriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.

Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.

Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.

Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way.

Managerial Competencies – behavioural indicators level 2

Leadership: provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example and demonstrates the ability to carry out the organization’s vision; assists others to realize and develop their potential.

Empowering others & building trust: creates an atmosphere of trust and an enabling environment where staff can contribute their best and develop their potential.

Strategic thinking and vision: works strategically to realize the Organization’s goals and communicates a clear strategic direction.

Other:

Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

The list of NMS countries above includes all IOM Member States which are non-represented in the Professional Category of staff members. For this staff category, candidates who are nationals of the duty station’s country cannot be considered eligible.

Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 16 September 2018 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

For further information, please refer to:

http://www.iom.int/cms/en/sites/iom/home/about-iom-1/recruitment/how-to-apply.html

In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

Posting period:

From 03.09.2018 to 16.09.2018

Requisition: SVN 2018/205 (P) – Associate Migration Policy Officer (P2) – Geneva, Switzerland

(55633866) Released

Posting: Posting NC55633879 (55633879) Released

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Switzerland: Associate Migration Policy Officer

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Sep 042018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 16 Sep 2018

Position Title : Associate Migration Policy Officer

Duty Station : Geneva, Switzerland

Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P2

Type of Appointment : Special short-term graded, Nine months with possibility of extension

Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 16 September 2018

Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

1. Internal candidates

2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Cook Islands, Cuba, Cabo Verde, Czech

Republic, Djibouti, Fiji, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Grenada, Guyana, Iceland, Kiribati, Comoros, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Saint Lucia, Lesotho, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Malawi, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Paraguay, Solomon Islands, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, Sao Tome and Principe, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, Samoa

Context:

The Department of International Cooperation and Partnerships (ICP) is responsible for following developments, analysing and leading on migration policy at the international level, in close collaboration with other Headquarters (HQs) departments, the Special Liaison Office in New York and the field, in particular Regional Liaison and Policy Officers (RLPOs). This includes ensuring appropriate participation in and contributions to the work of bodies such as the Global Migration Group (GMG), the UN General Assembly, the office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Migration and Development (SRSG), and the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD).

Under the overall supervision of Director of ICP, the direct supervision of the Head of Multilateral Processes Division (MPD), ICP and in cooperation with colleagues in HQs and other IOM offices, the successful candidate will focus on three main streams of work: IOM’s work within the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD); IOM’s engagement with local and regional authorities (in coordination with Labour Mobility and Human Development division); and finally, the roll-out of Migration Governance Framework (MiGOF) trainings for IOM staff and external stakeholders, including government officials.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. Participate in coordinating IOM support to the Global Forum on Migration and Development. In particular, liaise with the rotating chairs, draft background documents and policy papers, coordinate with the GFMD support Unit, relevant country missions, internal IOM departments and ensure coordination with the relevant external stakeholders.

  2. Support the implementation of mobility and migration aspects of the Habitat III Agenda in close coordination with the relevant HQs departments (particularly in coordination with Labour Mobility and Human Development division), as well as liaison with UN partners and relevant stakeholders.

  3. With support from the supervisor, develop and roll out training on MiGOF for staff and external stakeholders in coordination with regional offices and relevant HQs units.

  4. Provide substantive support to HQs departments, RLPOs, and Regional and Country Offices by developing and/or synthesizing materials on migration policy-related issues pertaining to multilateral processes (GFMD, Habitat III, etc), urban agenda and MiGOF.

  5. Draft statements, policy inputs and briefing papers and respond to specific request for support and inputs from other HQs departments, Regional or country offices.

  6. Liaise with the RLPOs, to ensure systematic dissemination and exchange of information on global policy issues and institutional positions and by issuing requests for action as appropriate.

  7. Represent the Division at internal and external meetings with governments, international organizations, NGOs and others. Draft statements, background documents and reports for relevant meetings and events.

  8. Prepare aspects or portions of any project-related financial or donor reports, as may be assigned.

  9. Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

Education

• Master’s degree in Law, Economics, International Relations, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Development Studies, International Affairs or a related field from an accredited academic institution with two years of relevant professional experience; or

• University degree in the above fields with four years of relevant professional experience.

Experience

• Computer literacy and strong organizational skills;

• Ability to timely understand the Organization’s structure and portfolios;

• Ability to work effectively and harmoniously in a team of colleagues of varied cultural and professional backgrounds;

• Proven ability to produce quality work accurately and concisely according to set deadlines;

• Practical experience of how to multi-task, prioritize and work independently;

• Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English;

• Good knowledge of IOM’s frameworks and policies, including MiGOF;

• Proven experience with project development and R.B.M.;

• Track record working with CSOs;

• Practical experience with Social Media.

Languages

Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of French and/or Spanish is an advantage.

Desirable Competencies:

Values

Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.

Integrity and transparency: maintains high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.

Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.

Core Competencies – behavioural indicators level 2

Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.

Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is action oriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.

Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.

Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.

Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way.

Managerial Competencies – behavioural indicators level 2

Leadership: provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example and demonstrates the ability to carry out the organization’s vision; assists others to realize and develop their potential.

Empowering others & building trust: creates an atmosphere of trust and an enabling environment where staff can contribute their best and develop their potential.

Strategic thinking and vision: works strategically to realize the Organization’s goals and communicates a clear strategic direction.

Other:

Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

The list of NMS countries above includes all IOM Member States which are non-represented in the Professional Category of staff members. For this staff category, candidates who are nationals of the duty station’s country cannot be considered eligible.

Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 16 September 2018 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

For further information, please refer to:

http://www.iom.int/cms/en/sites/iom/home/about-iom-1/recruitment/how-to-apply.html

In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

Posting period:

From 03.09.2018 to 16.09.2018

Requisition: SVN 2018/205 (P) – Associate Migration Policy Officer (P2) – Geneva, Switzerland

(55633866) Released

Posting: Posting NC55633879 (55633879) Released

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Switzerland: Consultancy (11.5 months): Child Safeguarding Consultant, Private Fundraising and Partnerships (PFP), Geneva, Switzerland (Remote working is possible)

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Sep 022018
 

Organization: UN Children’s Fund
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 07 Sep 2018

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, hope

The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does – in programmes, in advocacy and in operations. We are concerned not only with what we achieve for children but also how we achieve it. We are fully committed to ensuring that we are doing all that we can across our own operations in regard to respecting, upholding and supporting children’s rights and in particular ensuring that they are safe and protected.

UNICEF’s Policy on Conduct Promoting the Protection and Safeguarding of Children (“Child Safeguarding Policy”): (i) connects all of UNICEF’s work, personnel and partners to commitments to the best interests and human rights of children we serve; (ii) establishes a mechanism for UNICEF Divisions to identify and address collateral programmatic, operational and other risks to these commitments, under the supervision of the Deputy Executive Director (Management); and (iii) prescribes a general mechanism for addressing breaches of safeguarding principles.

Implementation of the global Child Safeguarding Policy is overseen by the Child Safeguarding Unit in New York Headquarters, reporting directly to the Deputy Executive Director (Management). As a Division of UNICEF, the Private Fundraising & Partnerships Division (PFP), based in Geneva, Switzerland, is in the process of strengthening its divisional child safeguarding policies and procedures, in line with the global policy. PFP is also responsible for managing UNICEF’s relationship with its 34 National Committees, independent country-level organisations which are the public face of UNICEF in industrialized countries. National Committees promote children’s rights and raise funds from the private sector. They engage with many different partners – including the media, NGOs, government officials, professionals, corporations, schools, children and young people. PFP is therefore also supporting the National Committees to strengthen their own child safeguarding policies and procedures, again in line with the UNICEF global policy.

To date much progress has been made. A PFP Child Safeguarding Working Group has been established to oversee the work. An action plan is in place to guide the work in both PFP and with the National Committees. The Safeguarding Lead from the UK National Committee has been engaged part-time on a job share with PFP to help implement the workplan, supported part-time by the PFP Child Rights Education (CRE) Consultant. A comprehensive mapping of existing policies and procedures in PFP has been carried out, along with a unit-by-unit risk assessment exploring the types of direct and indirect contact PFP has with children. Child safeguarding is being further embedded in PFP personnel training. A series of 2-day trainings have taken place for National Committees, supplemented by additional webinars, resources and bilateral and peer support.

However, there is a need to accelerate and strengthen this work. PFP is therefore recruiting a full-time specialist consultant to initially support, and then ultimately take over the implementation work in PFP and the National Committees from the UK Safeguarding Lead (once this jobshare finishes at the end of 2018), and from the part-time CRE Consultant. Under the supervision of the Chief of Advocacy, Private Sector Engagement, and in collaboration with the PFP Working Group, the new Child Safeguarding Consultant will support implementation of the 2018 workplan for PFP and the National Committees, and take a lead in developing the workplan for 2019. The Consultant will play an integral and critical part in ensuring that PFP and the National Committees continue to have a positive and life changing impact for our beneficiaries and create a safe and supportive environment for all children, staff, volunteers and stakeholders.

The post will preferably, but not necessarily, be based in Geneva. Remote working from outside of Geneva is possible, but the post requires significant presence in Geneva, particularly in the early stages of the contract.

How can you make a difference?

The purpose of this terms of reference is to establish a full-time specialist consultancy, initially for 11.5 months, to support implementation and strengthening of the UNICEF global Child Safeguarding Policy within PFP, and the strengthening of child safeguarding policies and procedures within UNICEF National Committees.

Main Tasks:

Objective

Scope of work*

*Activities include – but are not necessarily limited to – the following tasks:

A. PFP: Support PFP Division to strengthen its child safeguarding policies and procedures, in line with the UNICEF global policy (30%)

1. Policies and procedures: Using the 2018 PFP mapping as a starting point, work across PFP to address gaps in policy and good practice.

2. Case management: Provide advice and support to staff dealing with safeguarding cases and ensure all related procedures are appropriately implemented and followed. Monitor all safeguarding concerns and ensure that these are appropriately recorded, analysed and stored.

3. Training: Provide initial and in-service training to PFP personnel, including development and piloting of training materials.

4. Specific initiatives: Provide child safeguarding advice for specific, collective National Committeesand PFP initiatives as they arise, and as prioritized in consultation with PFP (based on risk and profile). For example, World Children’s Day, advocacy, fundraising and communications initiatives, consultations and events with children.

B. National Committees: Support UNICEF National Committees to strengthen their child safeguarding policies and procedures (50%)

1. Quality assurance: Review the progress of National Committees towards achieving the 4 required safeguarding components by the end of 2018 (named and trained focal point, policy statement, implementation plan and risk assessment).

2. Guidance: Provide centralized guidance on how to achieve these 4 components in the form of (e.g.) checklists, guiding questions, templates, ‘trouble-shooting’ webinars etc., individual advice to prioritized National Committees as well as cross-fertilization of ideas and possible peer review through peer support groups.

3. Peer support groups: Establish and facilitate (virtual) National Committee peer support groups based on similar levels of child safeguarding experience for mutual support in developing, strengthening and embedding child safeguarding policies and procedures.

4. Training:

a. Develop and provide training sessions for National Committee focal points, including repeats of the 2-day initial training from Dec 2017 / April/July/Oct 2018, plus additional trainings as required, based on the evolving needs of the National Committees. Explore opportunities for regional trainings.

b. Provide training and briefing materials for other relevant meetings as and when appropriate, for example Executive Directors’ and Standing Group meetings. Present at these meetings as required.

5. Communication: Be a member of, and regularly contribute to, the closed Child Safeguarding Yammer group for National Committees, sharing information and encouraging peer exchange. Generally maintain ongoing communication with National Committees through emails and calls.

C. Cross-cutting: Processes and products common to both PFP and National Committees (20%)

1. General communications, planning, monitoring, participation in meetings etc. including weekly or bi-weekly check-ins with supervisor, participation in broader PSE / PFP meetings as relevant, and provision of monthly or bi-monthly progress reports/invoices. Take a lead in developing the 2019 workplan for PFP and National Committees. Keep up to date with international safeguarding good practices and where appropriate incorporating new developments into PFP and National Committees’ work.

2. Coordination and collaboration with PFP and NY: Ensure synergy between child safeguarding support for National Committees, PFP and UNICEF globally. This will include active participation in the monthly PFP Working Group meetings (including setting agendas and taking minutes) and inputting into Senior Management Team, Think Tank, Standing Group or other meetings as appropriate. It will also include sharing resources and holding coordination calls with the NY Child Safeguarding Unit.

3. Centralized online guidance:

Populate and manage the online Teamsite sharing guidance, templates and examples of good practice – accessible to all PFP and National Committees.

4. Online training: Explore opportunities for online trainings on specific safeguarding topics relevant to both PFP and National Committees such as recruitment, management of cases, child participation in events etc.

Deliverables:

Deliverables

Timeframe

A. PFP

A1. Policies and procedures: Set of updated and comprehensive PFP policies and procedures to ensure good practice in child safeguarding.

Ongoing / by end of contract

A2. Case management: All PFP safeguarding cases are properly managed in line with the Global Policy.

As needed

A3. Training: Training modules developed and delivered for PFP personnel (minimum 2 per year).

[Linked to PFP on-boarding and other opportunities identified by HR]

A4. Specific initiatives: Quality child safeguarding advice provided verbally and in writing.

As needed

B. NatComs

B1. Quality assurance: Excel matrix of National Committee progress is regularly updated.

Ongoing

B2. Guidance:

· Checklists, guiding questions and templates are updated and made available online.

· Minimum of 2 webinars per year.

· Advice to priority individual National Committees.

Ongoing

B3. Peer support groups: Regular calls of peer groups (minimum 2 calls per group per year), including agendas and minutes of action points.

Ongoing

B4. Training:

· Minimum of 2 training opportunities per year offered to National Committees.

· Briefing materials supplied to senior managers as required.

· Presentations at senior management meetings as required.

Ongoing

B5. Communication: Regular Yammer posts, emails and calls.

Ongoing

C. Cross-cutting

C1. General communications, planning, monitoring, participation in meetings etc.

· Attendance in relevant meetings is documented.

· Monthly or bi-monthly progress reports/invoices are submitted in agreed format.

· 2019 workplan for PFP and National Committees.

Ongoing;

2019 workplan finalized by end Jan 2019.

C2. Coordination and collaboration with PFP and NY:

· Minutes of PFP WG meetings.

· Attendance in other relevant meetings is documented.

Ongoing

C3. Centralised online guidance: Teamsite is kept updated with comprehensive guidance.

Ongoing

C4. Online training: Concept paper outlining a strategy and budget for the development of online trainings.

March 2019

Report to:

The consultant will report to the Chief of Advocacy, Private Sector Engagement, in Geneva regarding the day-to-day management of the work, in consultation with the PFP Working Group as necessary.

The consultant will provide monthly or bi-monthly reports highlighting progress and bottlenecks, which will be discussed during the PFP Working Group meetings.

PFP and National Committee Focal Points respectively will be kept updated and will be consulted on issues requiring senior management input as they arise.

Work place:

The consultant will be home based; but will need to travel regularly to Geneva and possibly occasionally to selected National Committee countries and New York.

EstimatedDurationof theContract and Proposal:

The selected international consultant is expected to start by the end of November 2018 and work full time for 11.5 months.

The exact schedule of the activities will be agreed between the selected consultant and UNICEF.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…

An advanced university degree in social work, law, human/child rights or a related field is desirable (or demonstrable equivalent experience with a clear commitment to continued professional development in the field of child safeguarding).

Specialized knowledge/experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible professional work experience in safeguarding and/or child protection and/or child participation is required, preferably in an international inter-governmental or civil society context.
  • Organizational safeguarding experience is essential, including knowledge and understanding of safeguarding standards of best practice, and rights-based approaches to working with children and young people.
  • Demonstrated experience of developing policy documents, guidance and capacity building materials is essential.
  • Demonstrated experience of developing and delivering interactive, participatory training is essential.
  • Experience in project management, communications and knowledge management is desirable.
  • Experience of advising on safeguarding queries and supporting safeguarding case management – including liaising with multiagency partners, undertaking risk assessments and responding to complaints – is desirable.
  • Excellent spoken and written English is essential, including good writing and editing skills.
  • Competencies:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential, including communicating difficult and challenging concepts to a wide range of audiences and the ability to convince people and bring about change by fostering ownership and commitment to the issues.
  • Strong organizational / strategic / analytical skills are essential.
  • Ability to work independently and in consultation with a wide range of stakeholders is essential.
  • For every Child, you demonstrate…

    UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity.

    View our competency framework at http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/UNICEF_Competencies.pdf

    Remarks:

    Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate (in US$) to undertake the terms of reference above (including travel and daily subsistence allowance, if applicable). Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered. Also, please mention the earliest date you can start in your cover letter.

    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.

    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=515943

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    Switzerland: IAS Educational Fund & Member Relations Intern

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    Aug 312018
     

    Organization: International AIDS Society
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 10 Sep 2018

    About the IAS:

    Founded in 1988, the International AIDS Society (IAS) is the world’s largest association of HIV professionals, with members from more than 180 countries. IAS members work on all fronts of the global response to AIDS, and include researchers, clinicians, policy and programme planners and public health and community practitioners on the frontlines of the epidemic.

    The IAS organizes the world’s two most prestigious HIV conferences, each convened biennially in alternating years. The International AIDS Conference is the largest conference on any global health or development issue, and provides a unique forum for the intersection of science and advocacy. The IAS Conference on HIV Science brings together a broad cross section of HIV professionals and features the latest HIV science, with a focus on implementation – moving scientific advances into practice.

    In addition, the IAS programmes advocate for urgent action to reduce the global impact of HIV, including increased investment in HIV cure research; optimizing treatment and care for infants, children and adolescents with HIV in resource-limited settings; preventing and treating HIV-related co-infections; and expanding access to prevention, treatment and care for key populations at higher risk for HIV – such as men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, sex workers and transgender individuals – including protecting their human rights by combatting punitive laws and discriminatory policies.

    More information on IAS can be found at www.iasociety.org.

    Details of Internship:

    The IAS Educational Fund & Member Relations Intern will be based at the IAS Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland and will report to the Director, Governance & Member Relations. The internship is full-time to start as soon as possible until 28 February 2019.

    Purpose of the Internship:

    The IAS Educational Fund & Member Relations Intern will support the Governance & Member Relations and IAS Educational Fund teams in the day-to-day activities. These activities include preparing for meetings and exhibitions; assisting in the preparations for the 2018 IAS Governing Council retreat; and supporting membership related activities, including recruitment, retention and re-engagement efforts.

    Main Responsibilities:

    • Support the planning of IAS Educational Fund workshops, symposia and experts/implementers meetings in selected countries: meeting logistics, coordination of meeting material, meeting evaluations.

    • Provide support to membership campaigns, including recruitment, retention and re-engagement efforts, as well as the #IASONEVOICE campaign: background research/benchmarking, data sourcing and cleaning, transcribing audio/video files.

    • Prepare for the team’s participation in the HIV Drug Therapy congress on 28-31 October 2018: exhibition logistics, member outreach prior to the congress.

    • Assist in the preparations for the 2018 IAS Governing Council retreat in Geneva on 3-5 December 2018: preparation of meeting material, onsite support.

    • Correspond with IAS Members on a daily basis by email/phone, and follow-up on requests

    • Prepare statistics/reports/presentations for meetings, as required

    Perform any additional tasks as requested by the Director, Governance & Member Relations.

    Academic Qualifications:

    · Currently studying or recently graduated in social science, public health, development, international relations or a related field is favorable. Candidates expressing a keen interest in this area of work will also be considered.

    Experience: (previous internships)

    · Experience in administration, project management, marketing and event organization a plus

    · Experience working in a culturally diverse environment a plus.

    Skills/Competencies:

    · Highly organized and systematic, with meticulous attention to detail

    · A*bility* to digest and summarize large amounts of information

    · Strong time management skills, and the ability to work efficiently under pressure and meet deadlines

    · Ability to work independently, and have an aptitude for multi-tasking

    · Strong diplomatic skills and customer service attitude

    · Advanced computer skills in the Windows environment (particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)

    · Eager to learn and have a hands-on attitude.

    Languages:

    · Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (other languages a plus).

    Benefits from this internship:

    The intern can expect to gain skills and experience in the following areas:

    · Event planning

    · Member relations

    · Relationship building

    · Business communications

    · Database management

    Stipend: 2’000.- CHF/month gross (full time).

    How to apply:

    This internship is ideally suited to a qualified, motivated and eager-to-learn graduate willing to prepare his/her professional life in challenging and dynamic settings, with high international exposure.

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and a cover letter, in English and by email only, to recruitment@iasociety.org by Monday 10 September 2018. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Only candidates from Switzerland, from an EU/EFTA country or candidates already having a valid Swiss working permit will be considered.

    IAS employees are evidence-based, human rights-focused, inclusive and accountable partners in the HIV response. Candidates should display genuine commitment to IAS values (learn more here).

    The IAS is committed to recruiting and sustaining a skilled, effective, diverse and gender-balanced secretariat, and to the greater involvement of people living with HIV (GIPA) in all aspects of its work. People living with or affected by HIV are strongly encouraged to apply.

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    Switzerland: Executive Assistant, Executive Director Office – Maternity Cover

     Finanzas, FULL TIME, Recursos Humanos  Comments Off on Switzerland: Executive Assistant, Executive Director Office – Maternity Cover
    Aug 312018
     

    Organization: Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 25 Sep 2018

    The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is driven by the vision of a world without malnutrition. GAIN is a Swiss based foundation that mobilises public-private partnerships and provides financial and technical support to deliver nutritious foods to those people most at risk of malnutrition. The organisation is delivering improved nutrition to an estimated 700 million people in more than 30 countries, half of whom are women and children. Nutrition products are as varied as fortified cooking oil and flour in Africa, soy sauce in China and biscuits in India, as well as specialised products for infant and young child nutrition, and interventions to protect the most vulnerable affected by emergencies or chronic illness.

    This role will provide senior level administrative and secretarial services to GAIN’s Executive Director for a maternity cover for a maximum of 8 months.

    Tasks and Responsibilities:

    • Manages the daily agenda and schedule of the Executive Director
    • Plans, organizes and coordinates meetings and calls; arranges all related communications and where necessary takes minutes of the meetings
    • Organizes and coordinates the Strategic Management Team meetings and retreats, prepares the agenda and takes minutes of the meetings.
    • Plans and coordinates the monthly Staff meeting and prepares the agenda
    • Provides support during the Board meetings and the Annual Program Review meetings when required
    • Coordinates domestic and international travel arrangements (including arranging visas) and prepares travel itineraries
    • Prepares travel expense claims on behalf of the Executive Director as per GAIN’s policies and procedures.
    • Manages the Executive Director’s Office budget and prepares annual and quarterly forecasts
    • Drafts official correspondence, including reports, contracts, and other administrative documents
    • Prepares documentation for key meetings, and delivers in a professional and timely manner
    • Small scale project management on an ad hoc basis
    • Assumes responsibility for the reception of callers and visitors for the Executive Director
    • Ensures compliance with the GAIN administrative policies and procedures
    • Assumes responsibility for the timesheet records of the Executive Director
    • Provides HR with the information required within the Executive Director’s employment contract
    • Any other duties on an ad hoc basis as requested by the Executive Director

    The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, effective communication skills, both written and verbal and able to work without close supervision. The ideal candidate will have knowledge and familiarity with one or more of the following functional areas: travel, communications, accounting, contracts and agreements, nutrition/health science, meetings/conference management, international aid.

    The ideal candidate will have strong previous experience as an Executive Assistant and experience in a fast-paced environment, whether in the private or not for profit sector. The ideal candidate will possess a university degree in Business Administration or similar discipline.

    The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and as an inclusive employer we are keen to reflect the diversity of our society at every level within our organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. Our employees worldwide are required to ensure their behaviour is consistent with our policies.

    How to apply:

    If interested, please apply via:https://jobs.gainhealth.org/vacancies/441/executive_assistant_executive_director_office_maternity_co…

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    Switzerland: Consultant: Impact study of ICVA’s work for 2015 – 2018 strategy and the reporting for 2018

     FULL TIME, Leyes / Abogados, SHIFT  Comments Off on Switzerland: Consultant: Impact study of ICVA’s work for 2015 – 2018 strategy and the reporting for 2018
    Aug 312018
     

    Organization: International Council of Voluntary Agencies
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 27 Sep 2018

    Organization: ICVA

    Location: Geneva (or remotely based)

    Start date: November 2018

    End date: February 2019

    Number of days: 45 working days

    ICVA is searching for a consultant to capture the impact of its work in line with its 2015 – 2018 Strategic Plan and for the year 2018.**

    Rationale and context for the study

    Founded in 1962, ICVA (International Council of Voluntary Agencies) is a global network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working collectively to promote and facilitate NGO engagement in the humanitarian sector and the development of its policies.

    The premise underpinning ICVA’s core work is guided by the assumption that increased NGO understanding of the humanitarian sector and increased NGO engagement in the development of the humanitarian sector and its policies contributes to more principled, collective and efficient humanitarian action and policies, closing the gap between field realities and global policies.

    Based on this approach, and informed by its core mission and its 2015 – 2018 Strategic Plan, ICVA intends to:

    • Identify the current level of NGO understanding of, and engagement in, the humanitarian sector and its policies,

    • Promote NGOs and NGO fora participation in key policy debates, and;

    • Capture ICVA’s and NGO fora influence on humanitarian policies.

    This study will act as

    • a review of ICVA’s impact during 2018

    • a review of the end-of-strategy impact of the 2015 – 2018 ICVA strategy

    It will inform ICVA’s forward looking planning and reporting, and build on the lessons learned for the new strategy for 2019 – 2021.

    Objectives

    Overall objective:

    • To identify the impact of ICVA’s efforts in influencing and amplifying NGO perspectives in humanitarian dialogue and policies.

    Period covered by the reviews:

    • End-of-year review: January – December 2018

    • End-of-strategy review: January 2015 – December 2018

    Audience targeted throughout the review:

    Primary: ICVA members, NGOs, NGO Fora & platforms

    Secondary: UN agencies, other partners, donors, Member States

    Content and methodology of the study

    Objective 1:

    To capture the level and progression of ICVA members’ and NGOs’ understanding of, and engagement in, the governance of the humanitarian sector and its policies, through ICVA’s work;

    This study will capture:

    i) The extent to which ICVA’s work assists NGOs to increase their knowledge of the humanitarian sector and its policies;

    ii) The extent to which ICVA’s work assists NGOs and NGO fora to increase their engagement in the humanitarian sector and the development of its policies at the global level.

    To achieve the above, this study will:

    • Compile ICVA’s initiatives aiming to increase NGO understanding and engagement;

    • Review previous Impact Studies, ICVA’s Annual reports and analyse members’ understanding and engagement in policies at global level;

    • Complete an analysis of internal data of NGO participation and engagement in ICVA activities for the year 2018.

    Objective 2:

    To illustrate ICVA’s efforts in shaping humanitarian policies and echoing NGOs and NGO fora perspectives.

    This study will capture the impact of ICVA’s work on humanitarian dialogue and policy, identifying successes, limitations, and contributing factors to inform ICVA’s forward approach.

    To achieve the above, this study will:

    • Compile key initiatives and policies ICVA has engaged in throughout the targeted period;

    • Complete a perception survey (targeting ICVA members, NGOs, UN agencies and key donors) identifying ICVA’s role in shaping humanitarian policies through echoing NGO perspectives.

    • Update the selection of “case studies” of policies ICVA has engaged in during the period of 2015 to 2018. The case studies will detail ICVA’s approach in collecting and echoing NGOs perspectives, and how (and whether) ICVA has been instrumental in shaping those policies. Case studies will be updated based on internal and external reporting and documentation, along with questionnaires/surveys and interviews with ICVA members, NGOs, UN agencies and key donors/member states.

    Methodology:

    Review and conduct interviews and surveys with:

    • ICVA members;

    • Non-Member NGOs and NGO fora;

    • UN agencies, other partners and donors’ representatives and senior staff.

    Literature review of past ICVA Impact studies, annual and donor reports and other external and internal documents.

    The review will be undertaken by an independent consultant/company. She/he/they will be guided and supported by ICVA secretariat, under the leadership of ICVA’s Director of Programmes.

    Final Outputs

    • An overall 2015 – 2018 strategy impact report composed of the two specific objectives for the end-of-strategy review (in addition to an executive summary, introduction, description of the methodology in English);

    • A end-of 2018 impact report aligned to ICVA’s workplan and log frame for reporting;

    • Presentation package (brief pdf, power point) in English of key findings of:

    • 2015 to 2018 strategy

    • 2018 impact report

    • Package of case studies identifying lessons learned;

    • Guidance or recommendations for ICVA’s future data collection and M&E approach for the new strategy;

    • Briefing on the findings and recommendations of the reviews.

    Timing:

    November 2018 to February 2019 (45 working days)

    Consultant’s requirements:

    To conduct this study, the consultant will have the following profile and experience:

    • Extensive knowledge and experience of monitoring and evaluation methodology and reporting;

    • Extensive knowledge of the humanitarian sector and policies;

    • Extensive experience in working/interacting with NGOs and the UN system;

    • Extensive experience in conducting similar studies and surveys;

    • Ability to work quickly and deliver products in line with agreed timeframes, ensuring strong communication with the ICVA team;

    • Excellent English writing skills. **

    How to apply:

    Application process:

    • Please email recruitment6@icvanetwork.org with a proposal for the above study (including proposed methodology, budget and overall rate). Please mention ‘ICVA impact study’ in the subject of your email.

    • ICVA’s selection process includes rigorous background checks and reflects our organizational integrity and commitment to making humanitarian action more principled and effective.

    • Applications will be considered as submitted. The final deadline for applications is 27 September. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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    Switzerland: Programme Officer

     FULL TIME, Informatica  Comments Off on Switzerland: Programme Officer
    Aug 312018
     

    Organization: International Organization for Migration
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 05 Sep 2018

    Position Title : Programme Officer

    Duty Station : Geneva, Switzerland

    Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P2

    Type of Appointment : Special short-term graded, Six months with possibility of extension

    Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

    Closing Date : 05 September 2018

    Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

    UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

    non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

    IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

    1. Internal candidates

    2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

    Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Cook Islands, Cuba, Cabo Verde, Czech

    Republic, Djibouti, Fiji, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Grenada, Guyana, Iceland, Kiribati, Comoros, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Saint Lucia, Lesotho, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Malawi, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Paraguay, Solomon Islands, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, Sao Tome and Principe, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, Samoa

    Context:

    The Transition and Recovery Division (TRD), part of the Department of Operations and Emergencies (DOE), supports the Organization’s activities that address the drivers and the impacts of forced migration by promoting policy and global strategy development, local and international partnerships, and through the provision of technical support to IOM Missions and governments. TRD assists communities, mobile and crisis-affected populations to promote stability, build peace and resilience, and to cope with both the root causes and the long-term effects of natural disasters, environmental degradation, gross human rights violations, instability, violence and conflict.

    Included in these efforts are programmes to support durable solutions to displacement including sustainable return and reintegration, livelihoods support, community stabilization, reintegration of specialized groups such as demobilized soldiers, and support to elections programmes for displaced and Diaspora. TRD is responsible for spearheading the Organization’s approach to the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus, as well as in Disaster Risk Reduction and resilience-building in fragile and crisis-affected environments. TRD works with DOE’s Regional Thematic Specialists and coordinates closely with the Preparedness and Response Division to incorporate a comprehensive, holistic response to crisis management and recovery.

    Under the overall guidance of the Director, Department of Operations and Emergencies, and under the direct supervision of the Head, Transition & Recovery Division, the successful

    candidate will provide technical and information management support to TRD/DOE activities on

    IOM transition and recovery operations.

    Specifically, s/he will facilitate systemic coherence of programming within the Division, and between key counterpart Divisions, including through:

    (i) improved information and reporting products, (ii) review and the development of specific information and data-management tools to improve evidence base, and encourage best practice and global standards in the project assessment and development processes, (iii) the improvement of project-level data collection and monitoring; and (iv) enhanced knowledge management (KM) and dissemination systems within the Division and the Department, and within the DOE network.

    Core Functions / Responsibilities:

    Information Management

    1. Report, publish and provide quantitative and qualitative data on DOE/TRD activities.

    2. Contribute to the development of and track key programmatic outputs for the Division and support the development of a robust results-based management framework for Divisional and relevant integrated Departmental activities.

    3. Collect and analyse TRD project data and make recommendations to the Division to improve the evidence-base for TRD-related programmes.

    4. Ensure that the DOE Online Project System (OPS) is kept up to date with all endorsed and active TRD projects; manage database updates and provide regular reporting on project information and data (funding levels, beneficiaries, frameworks, etc.).

    5. In coordination with TRD and the Statistics and Knowledge Management (SKM) team, assist in improving the DOE OPS, coordinating with Regional Thematic Specialists, coordinating with institutional project tracking mechanisms, and in facilitating its use.

    6. Support the update and accuracy of TRD products, documentation and information materials, and regularly ensure the update of content on the DOE Portal and/or Internet.

    Project Development, Coordination and Implementation

    1. Monitor current crises and transitional/recovery contexts and inform Division, country offices and regional offices of any new developments or opportunities.

    2. Monitor, track and follow up on Division communications and response to requests for technical, resource and project support.

    3. Coordinating as required with DOE Divisions and TRD team, review and provide recommendations on the endorsement of project proposals and donor reports, verifying coherency, quality and consistency in global submissions of proposals.

    4. In close coordination with Donor Relations Division, improve the presentation and coherence of TRD-related resource requirements within the Organization’s Crisis Compendium; regularly evaluate and encourage additional or innovative resource mobilization tools for stabilization, transition, peacebuilding and recovery requirements.

    5. Particularly within designated L3 crisis contexts, ensure close liaison with emergency response operations and the PRD Division, track project resourcing, and facilitate close integration of transition and recovery requirements within Humanitarian Appeals, including Organizational Appeals.

    6. Contribute to the preparation of inter-agency as well as institutional Appeals, following up on the Division’s technical input to the development and requisite endorsements particularly of L3 related projects.

    General TRD/DOE Support

    1. Assist TRD in the development of products and tools related to its programme areas, such as guidance notes, information sheets, training products and compendiums and talking points and ensure that these tools are kept up to date.

    2. Provide technical inputs to Headquarters (HQs), Regional and field offices for the development of strategies in programme areas and/or countries undergoing transition and recovery.

    3. Monitor current crisis situations and inform Division of any new developments or opportunities to improve project development and fundraising.

    4. As agreed with Head, TRD, carry out research and contribute to the formulation and development of concept papers, reports and project documents to contribute to institutional strengthening and capacity building initiatives within the transition and recovery division.

    5. Undertake duty travel with the aim of project/programme assessment, liaison with counterparts, provision of information and guidance, and discussing new initiatives, as required.

    6. Perform such duties as may be assigned.

    Required Qualifications and Experience:

    Education

    • Master’s degree in Political or Social Sciences, Political Geography, Economics, Business Administration, International Relations, Law or a related field from an accredited academic institution with two years of relevant professional experience; or

    • University degree in the above fields with four years of relevant professional experience.

    Experience

    • Relevant professional experience in international relief and development assistance, including project development and implementation, preferably related to assisting vulnerable groups, community engagement and/or post-conflict issues;

    • Operational work experience in an emergency, crisis or post-crisis context preferred;

    • Strong drafting, writing and organizational skills including background, training or experience in publications, visibility work and design;

    • Strong organizational, administrative, coordination and communication skills;

    • Experience in project development and reporting processes, especially in packaging and presenting finished products;

    • Strong knowledge of UN, IOM and NGOs mandates, coordination processes and programmes in humanitarian settings is valued;

    • Familiarity with research tools and policy development processes valuable;

    • Experience or familiarity with resource mobilization strategies and engagement;

    • Knowledge of project monitoring and evaluation processes;

    • Familiarity with relevant professional frameworks, including peace, security, risk reduction and development frameworks, that guide transition processes from relief toward recovery, reconstruction, resilience-building, and stabilization is advantageous;

    • Experience in liaising with government authorities, inter-governmental institutions, other

    national and international institutions and national and international NGOs;

    • Proven knowledge and understanding of the DOE thematic areas and how they relate to preventing and addressing crises, including crises created by natural disasters and conflict, is valued.

    Languages

    Fluency in English is required. Fluency or working knowledge of French and/or Spanish is an advantage.

    Desirable Competencies:

    Behavioral

    • Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms;

    • Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders;

    • Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others;

    • Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience;

    • Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services;

    • Leadership and Negotiation – develops effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders;

    • Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others;

    • Planning and Organizing – plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

    • Professionalism – displays mastery of subject matter;

    • Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation;

    • Technological Awareness – displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;

    • Resource Mobilization – works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM.

    Other:

    Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

    Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

    The list of NMS countries above includes all IOM Member States which are non-represented in the Professional Category of staff members. For this staff category, candidates who are nationals of the duty station’s country cannot be considered eligible.

    Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 05 September 2018 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

    For further information, please refer to:

    http://www.iom.int/cms/en/sites/iom/home/about-iom-1/recruitment/how-to-apply.html

    In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly

    completed.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

    Posting period:

    From 23.08.2018 to 05.09.2018

    Requisition: SVN 2018/196 (P) – Programme Officer (P2) – Geneva, Switzerland (55624072) Released

    Posting: Posting NC55624087 (55624087) Released

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