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Switzerland: Reporting Associate (3 year Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Strategy)

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Dec 142018
 

Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 19 Dec 2018

Duty Station : Geneva HQ

Duration : 01 January 2019 to 31 July 2019

Contract Type : Individual Contractor (Local Recruitment)

Fees : CHF 5,200 – CHF 6,100

Closing date : 19 December 2018

Applicant information: Please note that this is a Local recruitment vacancy (Geneva based) or within reasonable Commuting distance. The selected candidate will be subject to Swiss law- Relevant information can be found in the link below:-

https://www.dfae.admin.ch/missions/mission-onu-geneve/en/home/manual-regime-privileges-and-immunities/introduction/Manuel-personnes-sans-privileges-et-immunites-carte-H/Non%20fonctionnaires%20et%20stagiaires.html

BACKGROUND:

The global compact on refugees envisages the development of a three-year strategy (2019 – 2021) ‘*to increase the pool of resettlement places, including countries not already participating in global resettlement efforts; as well as to consolidate emerging resettlement programmes, building on good practices and lessons learned from the Emerging Resettlement Countries Joint Support Mechanism (ERCM) and regional arrangements*.’ The final draft adds that the strategy will ‘also include complementary pathways for admission, with a view to increasing significantly their availability and predictability’.

The strategy should promote a ‘whole-of-society’ approach and be a multi-stakeholder one that is anchored in an overall vision to expand resettlement and complementary pathways for refugees that are effective, strategic and complementary with a view to meet the increasing needs identified by UNHCR.

UNHCR’s Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Service is leading the strategy development process which will be a multi-stakeholder and consultative one.

OVERALL PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF ASSIGNMENT:**

The contractor will give general assistance to the Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Service to support the Strategy Development process. Specific tasks that this is envisaged to encompass include the following:

· Provide administrative support to the project team within the Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Service;

· Organise a series of internal and external consultations, including by arranging venues, necessary equipment, assistance in the preparation of meeting documentation, including background papers and schedules;

· Prepare and dispatch invitations to consultations to member States and other stakeholders;

· Maintain and update a master list of stakeholders and their contacts, and track participation and prepare participants lists; Follow up with admin instructions and visa requirements if required;

· Help to organize and provide logistical and administrative support to the Annual Tripartite Consultations on Resettlement where the Strategy will be on the agenda;

· Additional work may be assigned on an ad hoc basis by supervisor.

MONITORING AND PROGRESS CONTROLS (REPORT REQUIREMENTS, PERIODICITY, FORMAT, DEADLINES):**

Deadlines for individual tasks will be established with the supervisor. Monitoring will be ongoing.

Definition of the Final Product (i.e. survey completed, data collected, workshop conducted, research documents produced, etc.

· Internal and external consultations undertaken as part of the strategy development process;

· List of stakeholders and participants for each meeting completed;

· Meeting reports prepared as necessary.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Education:

· Preferred: Bachelors’ degree or higher in one or more subjects related to refugee protection (international law, refugee law, international relations, refugee studies)

Required Experience:**

  • At least one year of experience in a refugee context.

LANGUAGE:

· Excellent command of English

· Good working knowledge of another UN language (preferably French) desirable

How to apply:

TO APPLY:**

Qualified and interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to HQDIPVAC@unhcr.org referring in the subject title to – Reporting Associate (3 year Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Strategy) 21/RCPS/DIP/2018:

· Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

· Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

  • The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

  • P 11 forms are available on www.unhcr.org/recruit/p11new.doc

  • All application received without a P 11 will not be considered

Geneva 10 December 2018

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Switzerland: WASH Global Support Intern – Paid Internship

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Dec 092018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 23 Dec 2018

I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION

IOM recognizes that access to water and sanitation services, paired with hygiene promotion, is life-saving in humanitarian contexts, while sustainable access to water and sanitation services is also critical in the context of resolving displacement situations and building resilience to future shocks and stressors. As a result, the provision of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services has become a constant feature in IOM operations worldwide. The portfolio of programmes and geographical reach has steadily increased during the last 10 years, with current interventions in some 28 countries, positioning IOM as a leading WASH agency.

This internship is aimed to continue strengthening the capacity of IOM WASH to uphold a position of leadership, supporting the global level coordination in the development and monitoring of country programmes and contributing in the organization’s WASH knowledge management.

II. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direct supervision of the IOM Global WASH Coordinator, and overall direction of the Head of the Preparedness and Response Division, the successful candidate will:

  1. Support in the content development and final graphical production of reports, articles, technical guidance notes documents, presentations and brochures related to IOM WASH.

  2. Update and maintain the IOM WASH web-based information and communication platforms, including social media.

  3. Support in the collection and analysis of statistical data from IOM WASH interventions and contribute in the creation of global, regional and country reports to showcase the results of the various analyses.

  4. Compile lessons learnt and best practices from IOM WASH interventions worldwide and produce harmonized pieces for further dissemination to internal and external parties.

  5. Support in updating and maintaining databases.

  6. Conduct evidence-based research to inform studies and research work efforts at country level or at headquarters.

  7. Support in the planning and coordination of events (e.g. meetings, workshops, group field visits, etc), keeping track of the administrative and financial aspects. Take notes of the event proceedings and support in drafting minutes as required.

  8. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the direct supervisor or Head of PRD.

III. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • University degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Geology, Public Health, or any related discipline;
  • Previous experience in the implementation of WASH related projects is desirable.
  • Experience in research projects is an advantage.
  • Computer literacy in water network analysis, computer aided engineering design and geoinformatics software is desirable. Working knowledge of graphic and web design software is an advantage.
  • 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.

IV. COMPETENCIES

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following core behavioral IOM competencies: Accountability

  • Client Orientation
  • Continuous Learning
  • Communication
  • Creativity and Initiative
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Professionalism
  • Teamwork
  • Technological Awareness

V. LANGUAGES Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English; working knowledge of French is advantageous, Spanish and/or Arabic skill will be an asset.

VI. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

Applicants to the IOM internship programme must, at the time of application, meet one of the following requirements:

a) Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum bachelor’s level or equivalent); or

b) Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); or

c) Have graduated with a university degree and, if selected, must commence the internship within one year of graduation.

How to apply:

Interested candidates must submit updated CV and cover letter (in PDF format in one file only with name and surname) to washrecruitment@iom.int adding Wash Global Support Intern in the subject line, no later than Sunday, December 23. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

NOTE: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED.

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Switzerland: Internship-Human Rights Treaties and Humanitarian Funds, JO-107528

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Dec 062018
 

Organization: UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 29 May 2019

INTRODUCTION: The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) is the Secretariat Department responsible for strengthening international human rights mechanisms; enhancing equality and countering discrimination; combating impunity and strengthening accountability and the rule of law; integrating human rights in development and in the economic sphere; widening the democratic space; and early warning and protection of human rights in situations of conflict, violence and insecurity.

ORGANIZATIONAL SETTING & REPORTING: This announcement broadcasts international internships with the Human Rights Treaties Branch (HRTB). The Branch supports the activities of the human rights treaty bodies: committees of independent experts that monitor the implementation of the core international human rights treaties by States parties.

HRTB consists of the Anti-Torture, Coordination and Funds Section (ACFS), which comprises the Coordination Unit and supports the Committee against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT), the Sub-committee on the Prevention of Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (SPT) under the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (OPCAT), and the two OHCHR Humanitarian Funds (the UN Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture and the UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Contemporary Forms of Slavery); the Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Section (CPESCRS), which supports the Human Rights Committee (CCPR), the Committee on Enforced Disappearances (CED), and the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) and the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR); the Groups in Focus Section (GIFS), which supports the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), the Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (CMW), the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD); and the Petitions and Urgent Actions Section (PUAS), which consists of focal points for Urgent Action.

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, under the overall guidance of the Branch Chief, the intern will be supervised by the respective Chief of Section, and reports to the Committee Secretary or Human Rights Officer in the area of assignment.

This assignment is normally for an initial period of three (3) months with the possibility of extension up to a total combined period of six (6) months and a commencement date ranging from December 2018 to June 2019.

APPLICANTS SHOULD INDICATE THEIR PREFERRED THEMATIC AREA AND PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY IN THE COVER LETTER OF THE APPLICATION.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The intern shall support OHCHR in fulfilling its mission: to work for the protection of all human rights for all people; to help empower people to realize their rights; and to assist those responsible for upholding such rights in ensuring that they are implemented.

Daily responsibilities of interns supporting the Branch will depend on the individual’s

background. Duties may include but are not limited to: Servicing the meetings of the human rights treaty bodies and their respective working groups; Preparing country and legal analysis and drafting legal background papers for human rights treaty bodies, related both to State reporting procedures and treaty body complaints procedures; Conducting research into and drafting reports on the jurisprudence of the treaty bodies concerned; Assisting with the handling of individual communications received under the different treaty body complaints procedures; Assisting in the preparation of the SPT country visits; Taking notes during the sessions/pre-sessions as well as carrying out administrative duties such as the preparation of documentation and reference files in advance of and during the session; Providing input to outreach and information tasks, including the Branch newsletter; Supporting the work of the Universal Human Rights Index (UHRI) and the treaty body documentation databases; Researching information and developing training exercises for use in capacity building activities on reporting by States to the Treaty Bodies; Preparing the Weekly HRTB Update; Assisting with preparation of reports and background papers for the General Assembly, the Human Rights Council (HRC) and the annual meeting of Treaty Body Chairs; Conducting research on treaty body strengthening/reform and/or project management, through the pre-screening, monitoring and evaluation of project proposals awarded or to be awarded by the Humanitarian Funds with the aim of providing direct assistance to victims of torture and/or slavery and their family members; Servicing the sessions of the Board of Trustees of the Humanitarian Funds, including by carrying out research, collecting and analyzing information pertaining to human rights issues, in particular in relation to the redress and rehabilitation of victims of torture and forms of slavery; Increasing the outreach of the Humanitarian Funds, including through updating webpages and other promotional material on the work and impact of the Funds; Supporting the organization of training activities and developing relevant training material; and Performing other duties as requested by the supervisor, as appropriate.

COMPETENCIES

COMMUNICATION: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

TEAMWORK: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.

QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION: To qualify for the United Nations Secretariat internship programme, applicants must, at the time of application, be enrolled in a graduate school programme (i.e. Master’s degree or equivalent degree, or higher) or in the final academic year of a first-level university degree programme (i.e. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree) in the area of law, political science, international relations, social sciences or a related field, OR have graduated with a university as defined above AND, if selected, must commence the internship within one-year period from the date of graduation.

WORK EXPERIENCE: Applicants are not required to have professional work experience for participation in the internship programme though any relevant academic and/or practical experience, in particular in the area of legal or human rights affairs, would be an advantage. Applicants should be computer literate in standard software applications; have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations with a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter, and have the demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs – which includes willingness to understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

LANGUAGES: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this internship fluency in English or French is required and knowledge of the other is an asset. Knowledge of another United Nations official language – Arabic, Chinese, Russian or Spanish – would be an advantage.

ASSESSMENT: Short-listed candidates will be contacted directly by the hiring manager for an informal interview after the review of their application. Incomplete Personal History Profiles (PHPs) will not be reviewed. For this reason it is crucial that the cover letter:

  • Specifies the area of interest and earliest date of availability;
  • Explains why you are a suitable candidate for this OHCHR internship assignment;
  • Indicates information technology (IT) skills and programs in which you are proficient; and
  • Notes the present period of academic studies underway and/or the exact title & date that more recent academic degree was awarded.

IN YOUR PHP, BE SURE TO INCLUDE ALL PAST EMPLOYMENT, IF APPLICABLE, PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE – ACADEMIC OR OTHERWISE – AND THREE REFERENCES. IN ADDITION, APPLICANTS SHOULD INDICATE THEIR SPECIALIZATION AND/ OR AREAS OF INTEREST – IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE – AS THIS WILL ENHANCE THE VALUE OF THE INTERNSHIP FOR BOTH THE INTERN AND THE ORGANIZATION. DUE TO HIGH VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED, ONLY CANDIDATES WHO HAVE BEEN SHORT-LISTED WILL BE CONTACTED FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION.

SPECIAL NOTICE: In line with the United Nations Internship programme, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights internship provides a framework by which students from diverse academic backgrounds gain exposure to the work of the United Nations through assignment to Secretariat entities. The Programme endeavors to attract qualified students, offering them an opportunity to enrichen their educational experience through exposure to the work of the Organization. Equally, it provides the Office with the assistance of students specialized in various professional fields. Applicants are encouraged to apply for internships which relate directly to their studies, expertise and/or skills.

A person who is the child or sibling of a staff member shall not be eligible to apply for an internship at the United Nations Secretariat. An applicant who bears to a staff member any other family relationship may be engaged as an intern, provided that he or she shall not be assigned to the same work unit of the staff member nor placed under the direct or indirect supervision of the staff member. For purposes of this advertisement, “child” means (i) the child of a staff member; (ii) the child of the spouse of a staff member (e.g. stepchild); and (iii) the spouse of a child of a staff member or a staff member’s spouse (e.g. son- or daughter-inlaw).

“Sibling” includes the child of both or either parent of a staff member and the child. The internship is an unpaid (full-time) opportunity and the intern must adhere to the established weekly working hours of the duty station where the assignment is located, including one hour for lunch. For more information on the United Nations Secretariat Internship programme, please visit: https://www.unog.ch

How to apply:

Information on the United Nations Secretariat Internship programme is accessible on-line in the Organization’s official working languages at: http://undocs.org/ST/AI/2014/1

Individuals interested in this internship opportunity MUST submit an on-line submission through Inspira and should IMMEDIATELY establish an account in order to apply to this job opening at: https://inspira.un.org

Prospective candidates who have ALREADY created an Inspira account should directly visit the United Nations Careers website to view the full listing of OHCHR job openings at: https://careers.un.org/

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Switzerland: Consultant – Manual Development for Health Assessment

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Dec 062018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 13 Dec 2018

Position Title : Consultant – Manual Development for Health Assessment – Homebased*

Duty Station : Homebased/Field Travel

Classification : Consultant, Grade OTHE

Type of Appointment : Consultant, Six Months

Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 13 December 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.

Context:

Migration health assessments (MHAs) are one of IOM’s most well-established migration management services. They serve to protect the health of migrants, hosting and receiving communities and prevent negative health events during travel or upon arrival as well as facilitating integration.

IOM MHAs are carried out for various purposes including upon the request of receiving or host countries as part of visa requirement processes; refugee resettlement; voluntary return movements, including emergency related; and the movement of various vulnerable migrant populations whose health status may require attention prior to, during or after travel (e.g. stranded migrants, trafficked populations). They consist of physical and mental health evaluations, as well as providing the opportunity for public health interventions or definitive care.

The Migration Health Division of IOM based on long experience, has learned a comprehensive set of standards is required to support high quality, safe and comprehensive health care to migrants, including attention to the specific services provided, rights and needs of migrants, quality improvement, as well as management of and physical aspects of the health service. Through articulation of these standards, we will be able to provide in a structured manner for the health service to assess themselves in relation to quality and safety, before considering changes and improvements that may need to be made.

Audience of the manual: The Manual is intended for internal IOM usage, and while applicable to the front-line staff in COs for awareness of the standards to be met, is principally for managers and senior staff to assess themselves in relation to quality and safety, before considering changes and improvements that may need to be adopted. It would also be used by senior clinical staff and (quality) governance committees to provide periodic reports on their status of service.

Structure and content of the document: The Manual is not a technical instruction or standard operating procedure. It outlines the expectations and requirements to satisfy high quality and safe care in a consistent fashion. The Manual should be structured into 3-5 sections, each consisting of the core Standards and for each standard, further clarified through specific Criteria (suggest 2-4 per each standard); and each criterion having specific Indicators which should be measurable. A proposed outline will be provided to the successful consultant to guide the work.

Length of the document: It is expected that each Criterion (including explanation and indicators)

would take 1-2 pages. Given there would be an estimated 40-50 criterion, the document would

be expected to be between 50-100 pages in length. References should be included if appropriate and would not be included in the proposed length. Furthermore, a glossary of terms should also be included.

Communication channels: The incumbent shall coordinate all communication with the field and

HQ through the Global HAP Quality Assurance and Compliance Coordinator.

Under the direct supervision of the Global Health Assessment Programme (HAP) Quality Assurance and Compliance Coordinator and in coordination with the Senior MHD Management, the successful candidate will be responsible for development of the manual on the IOM Global Standards of Health Assessment Activities (hereafter referred as the Manual). It is the expectation that these standards will be structured in a hierarchical approach and in such a manner that the standard clearly describes the quality required for each specific activity and the key components (criteria) of that standard, along with an explanation of the key aspects of the criterion and indicators that measure the degree of achievement in that criterion and standard.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. Analyse international standards of health care provision and create a compendium of these including a detailed bibliography and further reading on each specific topic.
  2. Analyse requirements for ISO certification of medical facilities and experience of current ISO-certified IOM clinics.
  3. Liaise with the senior IOM MHD managers/technical experts (to potentially include Senior Health Assessment Programme Coordinator, Emergency Operations Health Officer, Global Teleradiology Coordinator, Regional Laboratory Coordinators, Regional HAP coordinators, USRAP advisor, MHD HR Business Partner, Finance Officer, Migration Health Informatics Coordinator, and others as needed such as Regional Thematic Health Specialists and Global MHPSS coordinator), and if necessary, other IOM departments (e.g., resettlement, risk, immigration and visa support, legal department), obtain their inputs into the Manual and guide them on the development of additional documentation, required by the standards.
  4. In particular, reach out to the health assessment-implementing country offices (COs) and collect information about country-specific technical requirements for obtaining licences or other types of permits to provide health activities (including licences/permits for clinics, laboratories, radiology facilities, vaccinations and TB and other treatments). Analyse this information for inclusion into the Manual. These health activities would encompass stand-alone clinics, transit centres, processing centres, detention facilities as well as emergency responses.
  5. If required liaise and consult with key member states and technical partners to ensure the standards address their specific technical instructions.
  6. Create a complete draft of the Manual against all key heath assessment activities (a list of range of activities will be provided to consultant on appointment) and solicit feedback from the senior MHD managers, including Regional HAP Coordinators and Thematic Specialists. This manual should be developed in specific chapters (as outlined in the structure section above) and each standard clearly described and documented in hierarchical manner along with criteria, explanation and indicators of achievement.
  7. Review existing service standard indicators, amend and incorporate into the Manual as relevant.
  8. Present the clean working version of the Manual for final coordination and publication.
  9. Perform any other duties as may be assigned.

Tangible and measurable outputs of the work assignment

• Completion of the development of the manual on the IOM Global Standards of Health

Assessment Activities.

Realistic delivery dates and details as to how the work must be delivered

• At least one weekly meeting with the supervisor, with further updates as necessary

• Compendium of international standards of health care provision – within 2 weeks

• Complete draft of the Manual – within 4 months

• Undertake consultation on draft – between 4-5 months

• Working version of the Manual – within 6 months

Performance indicators for evaluation of results

• 15% upon delivery of approved Compendium of international standards;

• 50% upon delivery of approved complete draft of the Manual

• 35% upon delivery of approved working version of the Manual

Required Qualifications and Experience:

Education

• University degree in medicine, nursing or a related field from an accredited academic institution, with additional training on or working experience in health system management.

Experience

• At least twelve years of professional experience in management of health care programmes;

• Experience in migration health management including health assessments, is a distinct advantage;

• Extensive experience in health system standards and accreditation is also a preference;

• Excellent writing skills, experience with writing health regulatory or policy documentation, excellent self-organization skills, punctuality in meeting deadlines.

Languages

Fluency in English language is required.

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

• 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.

Note

* This position has possibilities of travel

Other:

The appointment is subject to funding confirmation.

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

No late applications will be accepted.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 13 December 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 30.11.2018 to 13.12.2018

Requisition: CON 2018/65 – Consultant – Manual Development for Health Assessment – Homebased

(55743235) Released

Posting: Posting NC55743238 (55743238) Released

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Switzerland: Internship-Field Operations and Technical Cooperation (Emergency Response), JO-107260

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Dec 062018
 

Organization: UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 28 May 2019

INTRODUCTION: The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) is the Secretariat Department responsible for strengthening international human rights mechanisms; enhancing equality and countering discrimination; combating impunity and strengthening accountability and the rule of law; integrating human rights in development and in the economic sphere; widening the democratic space; and early warning and protection of human rights in situations of conflict, violence and insecurity.

ORGANIZATIONAL SETTING & REPORTING: This announcement broadcasts international internships with the Field Operations and Technical Cooperation Division (FOTCD). FOTCD coordinates the development and implementation of OHCHR’s country engagement strategies. In particular, these internship assignments are located within the Emergency Response Section (ERS), which coordinates rapid response activities and provides specialized technical and operational support to field presences, geographic sections and OHCHR leadership in the areas of peace missions, early warning and preparedness, fact-finding, investigation, establishment and running of field presences and humanitarian action. The Section is comprised of the Early Warning and Information Support Unit (EWISU) and the Humanitarian Action Unit (HAU).

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, under the overall guidance of the Chief of Section, the intern will be under the general supervision of the respective Head of Unit, and reports to the respective Coordinator or Human Rights Officer in the area of assignment.

This assignment is normally for an initial period of three (3) months with the possibility of extension up to a total combined period of six (6) months and a commencement date ranging from December 2018 to June 2019.

APPLICANTS SHOULD INDICATE THEIR PREFERRED THEMATIC AREA AND PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY IN THE COVER LETTER OF THE APPLICATION.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The intern shall support OHCHR in fulfilling its mission: to work for the protection of all human rights for all people; to help empower people to realize their rights; and to assist those responsible for upholding such rights in ensuring that they are implemented.

Daily responsibilities of interns supporting EWISU will depend on the individual’s background and specific duties may include but are not limited to: Collecting, centralizing and analyzing information on key developments related to emerging situations for channeling to the United Nations Operations and Crisis Centre (UNOCC). In coordination with the Coordinator or the Human Rights Officer, the intern drafts UNOCC daily contribution for clearance before the deadline; summarizes submissions from human rights field presences according to priority information requirements; Conducts daily media & open source monitoring, checking various internal and external United Nations media sources, international and local media, OHCHR Press Briefing Notes, et cetera; Sends e-format version of OHCHR Contribution to UNOCC and to the relevant stake holders; Provides input and maintains information in the UNOCC-OHCHR contribution tracking matrix; Records daily inputs received from the country through field missions and the desk officers, including what was featured by UNOCC; Provides daily feedback to desk officers and field presences on their UNOCC contributions; Produces a daily Media Afternoon Monitoring (MAM) report to ERS; Highlights potential emerging issues or situations to submit to UNOCC, and tracks up-coming OHCHR/High Commissioner Press Briefing notes and New Releases to highlight to UNOCC; Liaises with relevant in-house and external partners as necessary or requested by EWISU; Drafts a weekly overview of the inputs provided to the UNOCC; and Performs other
tasks as requested by the Unit Head or respective supervisor, as appropriate.

Daily responsibilities of interns supporting HAU responsibilities will depend on the individual’s background and specific duties may include but are not limited to: Supporting with preparation for, assisting and attending, as relevant, inter-agency meetings, and conducting any necessary follow-up, including drafting briefing notes/talking points, drafting meeting minutes/notes to the file and briefing unit members on recommendations and action points. In particular, the intern conducts research as requested and provide inputs to OHCHR and inter-agency tools/ reports/processes; Updates and maintains the Human Rights and Humanitarian Action start-up kit and portal; Liaises with relevant in-house and external partners as necessary, and generally assists the unit in preparing for in-house and inter-agency processes; Assists the section with UNOCC reporting, on a part-time basis; and Performs other tasks as requested by the Unit Head or respective supervisor, as appropriate.

COMPETENCIES

COMMUNICATION: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

TEAMWORK: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.

QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION: To qualify for the United Nations Secretariat internship programme, applicants must, at the time of application, be enrolled in a graduate school programme (i.e. Master’s degree or equivalent degree, or higher) or in the final academic year of a first-level university degree programme (i.e. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree) in the area of law, political science, international relations, social sciences or related field, OR have graduated with a university as defined above AND, if selected, must commence the internship within one-year period from the date of graduation.

WORK EXPERIENCE: Applicants are not required to have professional work experience for participation in the internship programme though any relevant academic and/or practical experience, in particular in the area of legal or human rights affairs, would be an advantage. Applicants should be computer literate in standard software applications; have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations with a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter, and have the demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs – which includes willingness to understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

LANGUAGES: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this internship fluency in English or French is required and knowledge of the other is an asset. Knowledge of another United Nations official language – Arabic, Chinese, Russian or Spanish – would be an advantage.

ASSESSMENT: Short-listed candidates will be contacted directly by the hiring manager for an informal interview after the review of their application. Incomplete Personal History Profiles (PHPs) will not be reviewed. For this reason it is crucial that the cover letter:

  • Specifies the area of interest and earliest date of availability;
  • Explains why you are a suitable candidate for this OHCHR internship assignment;
  • Indicates information technology (IT) skills and programs in which you are proficient; and
  • Notes the present period of academic studies underway and/or the exact title & date that more recent academic degree was awarded.

IN YOUR PHP, BE SURE TO INCLUDE ALL PAST EMPLOYMENT, IF APPLICABLE, PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE – ACADEMIC OR OTHERWISE – AND THREE REFERENCES. IN ADDITION, APPLICANTS SHOULD INDICATE THEIR SPECIALIZATION AND/ OR AREAS OF INTEREST – IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE – AS THIS WILL ENHANCE THE VALUE OF THE INTERNSHIP FOR BOTH THE INTERN AND THE ORGANIZATION. DUE TO HIGH VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED, ONLY CANDIDATES WHO HAVE BEEN SHORT-LISTED WILL BE CONTACTED FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION.

SPECIAL NOTICE: In line with the United Nations Internship programme, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights internship provides a framework by which students from diverse academic backgrounds gain exposure to the work of the United Nations through assignment to Secretariat entities. The Programme endeavors to attract qualified students, offering them an opportunity to enrichen their educational experience through exposure to the work of the Organization. Equally, it provides the Office with the assistance of students specialized in various professional fields. Applicants are encouraged to apply for internships which relate directly to their studies, expertise and/or skills.

A person who is the child or sibling of a staff member shall not be eligible to apply for an internship at the United Nations Secretariat. An applicant who bears to a staff member any other family relationship may be engaged as an intern, provided that he or she shall not be assigned to the same work unit of the staff member nor placed under the direct or indirect supervision of the staff member. For purposes of this advertisement, “child” means (i) the child of a staff member; (ii) the child of the spouse of a staff member (e.g. stepchild); and (iii) the spouse of a child of a staff member or a staff member’s spouse (e.g. son- or daughter-inlaw).

“Sibling” includes the child of both or either parent of a staff member and the child. The internship is an unpaid (full-time) opportunity and the intern must adhere to the established weekly working hours of the duty station where the assignment is located, including one hour for lunch. For more information on the United Nations Secretariat Internship programme, please visit: https://www.unog.ch

How to apply:

Information on the United Nations Secretariat Internship programme is accessible on-line in the Organization’s official working languages at: http://undocs.org/ST/AI/2014/1

Individuals interested in this internship opportunity MUST submit an on-line submission through Inspira and should IMMEDIATELY establish an account in order to apply to this job opening at: https://inspira.un.org

Prospective candidates who have ALREADY created an Inspira account should directly visit the United Nations Careers website to view the full listing of OHCHR job openings at: https://careers.un.org/

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Switzerland: Training and Education Associate

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Nov 302018
 

Organization: World Federation of United Nations Associations
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 31 Dec 2018

Organizational Overview

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization working for a stronger and more effective United Nations. Established in 1946, we represent and coordinate a membership of over 100 United Nations Associations and their thousands of members. We are the largest international network of people supporting and engaging with the United Nations.

We work to build a better world by strengthening and improving the United Nations, through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation – global citizens.

Our organization has offices at the United Nations in both New York and Geneva as well as Seoul.

www.wfuna.org

Position Overview

The Training and Education Associate is responsible for assisting with and organizing training programs and capacity building trainings focused on promoting the UN values for high school and university students and taking place in the Geneva’s office. He she will conduct fundraising efforts to expand the existing educational offer of WFUNA in Geneva, as well as regularly update the content of the relevant sections on the WFUNA’s website and social media channels.

He/she also has general staff duties.

He/she will work under the supervision of WFUNA’s Education Officer based in the Geneva’s Office.

The position is based in the Geneva office.

Overview of Programs relevant to the Position

Human Rights in Action: WFUNA’s Human Rights in Action (HRA) program is tailored to enhance youth activism. Launched in 2011, HRA has trained more than 175 youth who in turn impacted thousands of beneficiaries through locally implemented projects. The program leverages the human rights infrastructure in Geneva to deliver a unique training, followed by a project implementation phase which is monitored by WFUNA.

Training Programs: WFUNA’s Training Programs at the United Nations offers participants a unique chance to take part in training and educational activities at the United Nations. The Training Programs promote the participation of youth in the UN’s work.

  • Advanced Training Program at the United Nations: Targets university students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • Youth Training Program at the United Nations: For high school, middle school, and elementary school students, WFUNA offers a less intensive version.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating weeklong trainings for WFUNA’s partners (educational institutions).
  • Implementing the Human Rights in Action capacity building program of WFUNA.
  • Being in contact with speakers from various UN entities in view of their participation to WFUNA’s programs.
  • Being responsible of the logistical support for the educational programs in Geneva (ordering supplies / brochures, booking rooms, etc.).
  • Establishing course materials (presentations, quizzes, tests, etc.).
  • Being in contact with partners involved in WFUNA’s educational programs such as universities, schools, foreign embassies and missions, as well as hotels, restaurants or airlines.
  • Contributing to the outreach/promotion policy of the Organization vis-à-vis new educational partners.
  • Using data management tools (Salesforce, Excel).
  • Management budget and finances of programs.
  • Monitoring and evaluating programs including reporting to donors.
  • Drafting of project proposals for partners (detailed budget, project narrative, results and indicators, risk assessment, etc.)
  • Supervising the work of an intern during the implementation of educational activities.
  • Contributing to the communication and social media strategy in relation to WFUNA’s educational policy and programs.
  • Creating and updating web content.
  • General staff duties related to WFUNA’s work.
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Regular reporting on duties to the supervisor.

Education

The candidate should be at minimum a holder of a Bachelor university degree preferably in Education or Social Sciences.

Main Skills & Qualifications

  • Fluency in English;
  • Strong organizational capacity with close attention to detail and follow-through;
  • Strong writing and drafting skills;
  • Experience and knowledge of educational programs;
  • Experience with and knowledge of project management;
  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with partner organizations;
  • Familiarity with the UN system is a plus;
  • Experience using social media networks and media tools.

Additional Skills & Qualifications

  • Good command of French is recommended;
  • Fluency in other languages can be a plus, especially in Arabic, Chinese, German or Korean;
  • Knowledge of Content Management Systems, HTML, and Adobe Creative Suite is a plus;
  • Involvement in non-profit organizations and/or student affairs.

Personal Characteristics

  • Outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills;
  • High energy, results-oriented;
  • Ability to involve and motivate key stakeholders;
  • Capacity to adapt to an international environment;
  • Adaptive and flexible.

Contract details

Salary: 40,000 CHF to 50,000 CHF gross, annual.

Duration / Permit: 1-year contract renewable.

How to apply:

To apply:

Please send a cover letter and CV (max two-pages each) to educationassociate@wfuna.org

Due to local legislation in Switzerland regarding foreign labor applicants need to either be in possession of a valid Swiss permit or be holders of: Swiss nationality or nationalities of countries of the EU or EFTA.

Due to high level of interest, we will only respond to prospective candidates. Please note that we cannot respond to email or telephone requests about this position.

Deadline for applications: 31 December 2018 (CET)

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Bankett Supervisor (m/w), Zürich

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Nov 302018
 

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Switzerland: Head of Knowledge and Learning

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Nov 282018
 

Organization: International Cocoa Initiative
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 14 Dec 2018

The Head of Knowledge and Learning supports the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) Programme Team, the Director of Programme and Policy, and the Executive Director in the development and implementation of the ICI programme, in pursuit of ICI’s strategy and objectives, as agreed by the ICI Board. Reporting to the Director of Programmes and Policy, the Head of Knowledge and Learning will be responsible for contributing to the development and review of ICI’s overarching programmatic strategy, and for managing ICI’s project portfolio and supporting ICI’s country teams, in his/her thematic area, towards the achievement of ICI’s defined objectives. S/he will also lead the development, collection, collation, analysis and dissemination of programmatic knowledge, in support of ICI’s learning and influencing objectives, including in relation to the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning from the ICI Innovation work stream which is focused on Forced Labour, Children’s Rights and Child Labour Monitoring and Remediation Adaptations.

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Provide technical supervision in the monitoring and evaluation of ICI’s programmes in collaboration with ICI’s monitoring and evaluation field teams.

  • Directly supervise the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in Geneva, and indirectly, technically supervise the Monitoring and Evaluation representatives in Ivory Coast and Ghana, setting objectives and conducting regular performance reviews.

  • Design monitoring and evaluation tools and approaches (including supporting the design of mobile data collection tools).

  • Analyse and report on quantitative and qualitative survey and programmatic data for various programmatic, research, internal and external reporting and communication purposes (and to enhance decision-making and programming).

  • Provide input to proposals in matching proposed objectives and activities with appropriate indicators, monitoring and evaluation activities and associated budgets.

  • Oversee the design and development of the ICI database platforms, to ensure that high quality and complete data are readily available and accessible to ICI programme staff and facilitate the reporting to internal and external stakeholders, for the efficient functioning and continuous improvement of the ICI programme.

  • Support the on-going upgrade of ICI’s monitoring and data collection tools, systems, and platforms in coordination with the Information Systems and Monitoring and Evaluation teams.

  • Support and participate in the development and management of any formal evaluations (internal and external) of ICI’s programme and work with programme managers/teams to develop action plans based on recommendations from those evaluations.

  • Analyse and report on other actors’ M&E work in the cocoa sustainability sector, and advise ICI’s members and partners on M&E and learning within their own independent operations, towards a more aligned sectoral approach to M&E, good-practice definition and reporting.

Research

  • Identify issues that are critical to the elimination of child labour & promotion of child protection and appraise related research needs and gaps in the cocoa sector, making recommendations for research priorities to be met accordingly;

  • Analyse, commission, coordinate, manage and disseminate research studies, reports and results.

  • Ensure effective management of programme/research budgets, commitments and deadlines, including onward communication to donors and other partners.

Knowledge and Learning

  • Further develop ICI’s knowledge database/repository system and website through the coordination, review and uploading of relevant research documents.

  • Facilitate lesson learning and knowledge sharing internally and externally within and across programmes.

  • Design and deliver internal, targeted and collective learning events (for example stakeholder meetings, technical subgroups etc).

  • Support the country teams in ensuring that project processes and outcomes are properly documented to learn lessons and identify good practices. Ensure that these outcomes feed ICI’s evidence-based advocacy and prepare documentation for dissemination and sharing to relevant audiences (i.e. through knowledge briefs and good practice papers).

Policy and Strategy

  • Foster and maintain institutional dialogue with relevant local, national and regional counterparts (including local and international researchers, research organisations, academics and think thanks, local and national authorities, industry partners, international organisations and civil society), on all issues relating to his/her thematic area, with a view to nurturing strategic partnerships.

  • Support the development and implementation of ICI’s Influencing strategy.

  • Ad-hoc support to the Programme and Policy Director in his/her policy and strategy-setting tasks.

  • Under the direction of the Programme and Policy Director and/or the Executive Director, represent ICI at relevant forums specific to his/her thematic area.

Capacity building

  • With the support of the programme and country teams, lead the development of appropriate tools and guidance for capacity-building and training, internally and across key corporate, NGO and government partners in the sector, for the diffusion and scale-up of good practice.

  • Provide advice, build team capacity, or mobilise technical expertise and support to field-level teams, partners, programmes and projects, in his/her thematic area, as required.

Programme Development and Management

  • Coordinate responses to donor calls for proposals as well as unsolicited proposals in his/her thematic area.

  • Act as technical supervisor for all projects, issues and staff with a dedicated focus on his/her thematic area, and direct supervisor for any direct-reports under his/her supervision.

  • In collaboration with the wider programme team, establish and implement relevant processes for field-level project and team management.

  • For any project(s) for which s/he is given budget-holder responsibility, ensure the management of relevant contracts or activities, with the support of the finance team, and under the supervision of the Programmes and Policy Director, ensuring that project funds are adequately monitored, reported and liquidated.

***Communications

  • Support ICI’s broader communications and fundraising efforts, particularly by ensuring that operational and programmatic perspectives from the field (in his/her thematic area) are sufficiently and accurately represented in ICI’s communications and media outreach, and, as per above, by assisting in the preparation of relevant grant applications and reports, and the development of strategic thematic partnerships.

  • Ensure adequate organization and presentation of accurate data and relevant research findings throughout ICI’s dissemination and communication efforts (newsletters, annual report, website, stakeholder meetings, etc.).

QUALIFICATIONS

Education

· A Master’s Degree, or equivalent, in International Development, Social Sciences, Economics, Statistics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Business and Human Rights or similar.

Professional Experience

· At least seven years’ relevant work experience in the field of sustainability or international development, with evolving levels of responsibility and team management experience.

· First hand field-work experience, preferably in Africa, and preferably linked to an agricultural value-chain, a commodity supply-chain, or sustainable livelihoods.

· Comprehensive knowledge and experience of development or humanitarian programs.

· Knowledge of learning activities and how to create a learning and sharing environment with a strong knowledge management philosophy, preferably through multi-stakeholder collective learning processes.

· Strong background in statistics, experience in a senior position on programmatic M&E (not just at a project level), with experience managing research projects also desirable.

· Public-speaking capacity, with some past experience in evidence-based advocacy / policy development also desirable.

Skills and Competencies

· Fluency in either English or French, with a strong working knowledge of the other.

· Advanced written and spoken communication skills.

· Influencing experience and ability to develop networks and build alliances

· Experience managing a complex influencing framework incorporating development programming, campaigning, advocacy, and other interventions

· Understanding of child labour, children’s rights and agricultural livelihoods in developing countries.

· Experience in preparing grant applications, managing grants, and ensuring M&E.

· Ability to work pro-actively, flexibly and independently.

· Excellent interpersonal and team-playing skills.

· Ability to instruct, inspire and influence.

How to apply:

Only candidates with the possibility of acquiring a work permit for Switzerland should apply

Please send applications in English (including a cover letter and your CV) hr@cocoainitiative.org by the 14th of December 2018 (04pm Geneva time).

Only those candidates who match the above requirements and who have been selected for interview will be contacted.

ICI’s vision is of thriving cocoa-growing communities where children’s rights are respected and protected, and where child labour has been eliminated. To this end, ICI expects all children assisted or impacted by its operations to be protected from physical, emotional and psychological harm, and all forms of abuse and exploitation.

ICI has zero-tolerance for all forms of child neglect, abuse (sexual, physical, emotional, and psychological) and exploitation (sexual and commercial).

ICI commits to put the best interest of the child first, and at the centre of its work, irrespective of a child’s ability, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexuality and culture.ICI recognizes its responsibility to ensure and to promote a safe and secure environment for children. To effectively manage risks to children, ICI requires the commitment, support and cooperation of all staff, associates, partners, suppliers, service-providers and visitors. By applying at ICI, you automatically agree to the above term and uphold the principles described herein

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Switzerland: Consultant – Health and Gender-based Violence (GBV)

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Nov 242018
 

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 06 Dec 2018

Position Title : Consultant – Health and Gender-based Violence (GBV)

Duty Station : Geneva, Switzerland*

Classification : Consultant, Grade OTHE

Type of Appointment : Consultant, Six Months Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 06 December 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.

Context:

Within the Department of Migration Management (DMM), and in coordination with the Department of Operations and Emergencies (DOE), the Migration Health Division (MHD) has the institutional responsibility to oversee, support and coordinate the Organization’s provision of health services in humanitarian emergencies globally.

As a formal partner of the WHO, and as a member of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC)’s Global Health Cluster, IOM is increasingly a key player in responding to humanitarian and public health emergencies. IOM has also addressed gender-based violence (GBV) within emergency and post-crisis programmes for many years. Building on lessons learned and emerging good practices documented over the course of these years, including through the implementation of Global project under the Safe from the Start Initiative funded by BPRM, IOM launched the Institutional Framework for Addressing GBV in Crises (GBViC Framework) in September 2018.

In light of the multidimensional nature of GBV and need for institutionalization of GBV programming within IOM, the GBViC Framework sets out an integrated whole of IOM approach to address GBV in crises. The Framework guide the strengthened integration of GBV efforts across sectors in crisis operations and, as such, establishes the foundation and support structure for IOM country offices around GBV programming. In this context, the incumbent will support the strengthening of the integration of GBV prevention and response into IOM’s health programming.

As part of the implementation of the Phase IV of the Safe From the Start initiative, IOM plans to map current health and GBV programming, and analyze linkages between the two areas. This exercise will enable the identification of needs and gaps and assess best practices in IOM’s current integration of essential GBV mainstreaming actions in the delivery of health care. Moreover, IOM will promote sustainability and coherence through the development of comprehensive institutional guidelines and tools integrating health and GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response, building upon guidance established with the mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) unit, and consistent with the IASC Guidelines for Integrating GBV in Humanitarian Action (GBV Guidelines). This guidance material will be an important component of the toolkit accompanying the GBViC Framework.

Under the direct supervision of the Emergency Health Operations Officer of the MHD, and in close coordination with the GBV Specialist of DOE, the successful candidate will lead the

development of this assessment exercise and provide overall technical support to develop guidance on mainstreaming GBV in health programming in collaboration with MHPSS, MHD and the GBV focal points.

The successful candidate will bring significant experience in technical and operational programming, in order to undertake the tasks outlined below:

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. Provide overall technical quality assurance for the development and implementation of approaches for integrating GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response in health programming.

  2. Conduct mapping of IOM’s current programming for health and GBV, and assess gaps, needs and best practices, in order to improve the understanding of IOM’s current capacity in the delivery of health care and for GBV survivors, as well as linkages with other GBV prevention programming for women, men, boys and girls.

  3. Develop comprehensive institutional guidelines and tools integrating health and GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response, including the link with MHPSS, consistent with the IASC GBV guidelines.

  4. Enhance IOM’s capacity to engage in multi-sectoral and interagency forums on the linkages between health and GBV and undertake coordination with GBV actors and other sectors to address GBV risks and ensure protection for women, girls and other at-risk groups.

  5. Provide guidance to strengthen capacity among health teams at IOM country offices to enhance provision of general and specialized health care services related to GBV, to alleviate harm and mitigate or avert risks of further harm and promote overall wellbeing.

  6. Assess awareness and capacity of specialized staff in the provision of clinical care for GBV survivors – as well as awareness and understanding of GBV and its consequences among all health staff.

  7. Support enhancement of accessibility of health and reproductive health facilities that integrate GBV related services – and ensure GBV referrals link to IOM health programming as appropriate.

  8. Provide guidance for pre-positioning trained staff and appropriate supplies to implement clinical care for GBV survivors in a variety of health systems.

  9. Ensure that health programmes sharing information about incidents of GBV within IOM or with partners in the larger humanitarian community abide by safety and ethical standards.

  10. Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Tangible and measurable outputs of the work assignment

  1. Assessment Report/Mapping of IOM’s current programming for health and GBV (including gaps, needs and best practices and recommendations)

  2. Comprehensive institutional guidelines and tools integrating health and GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response, including the link with MHPSS, consistent with the IASC GBV guidelines.

  3. Presentation of guidelines and tools for awareness and training purposes

  4. Training tools to strengthen capacity among health teams at IOM country offices to enhance provision of general and specialized health care services related to GBV, to alleviate harm and mitigate or avert risks of further harm and promote overall wellbeing.

  5. Undertake field missions.

  6. Assist the Migration Health Division in preparation for meetings, attendance at meetings and other duties as may be assigned.

Realistic delivery dates and details as to how the work must be delivered

  1. At least one weekly meeting with the supervisor, with further updates as necessary

  2. All deliverables must be finalised by the end of the consultancy – a more detailed timeline will be discussed with the consultant and supervisor.

Performance indicators for evaluation of results

  1. Satisfactory completion of the tasks indicated in this TOR.

  2. Initiative and capacity to propose short term- to longer term solutions to GBV related issues in Migration Health.

  3. Quality information sharing on GBV related issues.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

Education

• Master’s degree in Public Health, International Health or a related field from an academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience; or

• Bachelor’s / University degree in Medicine/Nursing, Social Sciences, Social Work, Psychology, Health Sciences or a relevant from an accredited academic institution with seven years of relevant professional experience.

Experience

• At least five years’ professional experience working with GBV survivors and/or on GBV and health programs in an emergency and/or post-conflict environment;

• Strong M&E and pedagogical approach with demonstrated ability to design and deliver effective training and guidance;

• Good report writing skills;

• Excellent communication and negotiation skills; Ability to work effectively and harmoniously in a team and with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds;

• Strong interpersonal and organizational skills;

• Demonstrated capacity to adapt experiences, tools and approaches developed in other settings to the local context;

• Ability to maintain effective working relationships with international, governmental and non-governmental officials;

• Delivers on set objectives in hardship situations;

• Effectively coordinates actions with other implementing partners;

• Works effectively with local authorities, stakeholders, beneficiaries, and the broader community;

• Solid analytical and drafting skills.

Languages

Fluency in English language is required. Working knowledge in French, Spanish, Arabic language 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

• 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.

Other:

• The appointment is subject to funding confirmation.

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

• No late applications will be accepted.

* This position involves travelling to various Country Offices

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 06 December 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 23.11.2018 to 06.12.2018

Requisition: CON2018/64-Consultant – Health and Gender-based Violence-Geneva, Switzerland* (55735407) Released

Posting: Posting NC55735409 (55735409) Released

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Front Office Supervisor / Duty Manager (m/w), Zürich

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Nov 212018
 

Das HILTON ZURICH AIRPORT, ein 4 Sterne Superior Hotel, ausgezeichnet mit dem Schweizer Qualitäts-Gütesiegel Stufe II, liegt nur 5 Minuten vom internationalen Flughafen Zürich und 15 Minuten vom Stadtzentrum mit der beliebten Seepromenade, …
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Switzerland: CONSULTANT ROSTER – Technical Assistance in the Preparation of Country Programmes for the UNICEF in Europe & Central Asia region

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Nov 142018
 

Organization: UN Children’s Fund
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 11 Dec 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, Results

UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (ECARO) seeks to establish a Roster of country programme development experts. Becoming a Pre-qualified Consultant in the UNICEF Roster is a one-off standard application that opens the door for potentially multiple assignments within a three year period. Over the three year period, UNICEF will make extensive use of the roster, this is therefore a unique opportunity for any interested and qualified consultant to submit one single application and if pre-qualified and entered onto the Roster may be immediately considered for any future assignments by UNICEF in the relevant area of expertise.

Background

During the period 2019 – 2021, UNICEF and its partners will develop new five-year country programmes for approximately 16 countries in Europe and Central Asia. The planning process requires extensive consultation with governments and other development partners, including UN-agencies, funds and programmes. In addition, country programmes will need to comply with quality standards, including having clear Theories of Change that describe process required for delivering the results that should be achieved for girls, boys and adolescents in each of the countries.

As part of its process for planning and design of its country programmes, UNICEF requires the preparation of theories of change for its programmes and the preparation of Programme Strategy Notes that describe the logic behind the theories of changes and the strategic choices made by UNICEF is addressing its value added in the fulfilment of child rights in the countries in Europe and Central Asia. These planning processes need to comply with quality standards as outlined in UNICEF global and regional programming guidance.

The programming process is generally consisting of a number of steps, including: (a) capacity building of country office staff in management for results, including on how to create good quality theories of change; (b) Developing an analysis on the situation of children and adolescents, with emphasis on identification of underlying causes and bottlenecks that prevent girls and boys from exercising their rights; (c) reviewing strategic plans and strategic of the country government and regional and global entities, including the UNICEF and other UN-organisations; d) Preparing theories of change for those themes where UNICEF has identified it has a comparative advantage in delivering results at scale; e) Preparing Programme Strategy Notes explaining the theories of change and the resources required to deliver the results as foreseen; f) Preparing the draft UNICEF Country Programme Document that will be the formal basis of cooperation of UNICEF with the country and that also defines the contribution of UNICEF to the results of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), the UNICEF strategic plan results and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.

As part of the role of support and technical guidance functions, the UNICEF regional office for Europe and Central Asia works each year with each UNICEF country office in the process of development of their programme documents.

The planning processes are primarily driven by the UNICEF country offices, with technical assistance from the UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia. For this technical assistance and for quality assurance purposes of the programming documents, the regional office for Europe and Central Asia is pre-identifying qualified and interested consultants that could be deployed to countries in the region for support to the country programming process. Interested consultants should have knowledge and experience in results based management, including the preparation of theories of change. Moreover, interested consultants should be able to facilitate an inclusive programming process and when needed contribute to the formulation of programming documents, including the country programme document.

How can you make a difference?

The consultant will provide technical assistance to country offices in one or more of the following tasks, using the latest UNICEF guidance for content and quality:

  • Review national data and analysis of the situation of children and adolescents that UNICEF and other stakeholders have developed ahead the preparation process of the programming documents.
  • Conduct a process of facilitation with UNICEF staff and potentially with external stakeholders for the identification of the main barriers and bottlenecks that prevent children from exercising their rights.
  • Facilitate a process of identification of UNICEF and its comparative advantages for delivering results at scale and that could become the scope of the new UNICEF country programme.
  • Prepare or support the preparation of theories of change for each of the identified priority themes for the new UNICEF country programme, using a rights and gender lens and incorporating a risk informed programming approach
  • Prepare or support the preparation of draft programme strategy notes (in English language), based on the evidence and the prioritization and using a consultative approach within the UNICEF country office and with the UNICEF regional office and where needed other partners
  • Prepare or support the preparation of the draft UNICEF country programme document and the accompanying integrated results and resources framework and also the costed evaluation plan
  • Develop other task and requirements that will be agreed with the CO, in close consultation with the regional office, including the draft Country Programme Management Plan.
  • Deliverables

    Depending on the country, the consultant may be requested to work on one or more of the following deliverables, using UNICEF programme policies and guidance for content and quality:

  • Facilitation of UNICEF country programme planning processes at country level
  • Draft Theories of Change and results and indicator frameworks for components of the country programmes
  • Draft UNICEF Programme Strategy Notes, including theory of change for new country programmes
  • Draft UNICEF country programme documents, including Integrated Results and Resources Frameworks and Costed Evaluation Plans
  • (optional) Draft Country Programme Management Plans
  • Performance Indicators:

  • Draft Theories of Change comply with technical standards and UNICEF global & regional guidance
  • Draft Programme Strategy Notes comply with technical standards and UNICEF global & regional guidance
  • Draft Country Programme Documents and Integrated Results & Resources Frameworks comply with technical standards and UNICEF global & regional guidance
  • Country Office and Regional Office ratings of quality of technical assistance by the consultant
  • To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…

  • University degree in Social Sciences, Development, Economics or any related field.
  • Minimum 8 years of relevant work experience
  • Proven track record in results based management, including the preparation of theories of change, or similar (including results and monitoring frameworks).
  • Proven experience in facilitating planning processes, within the UN-context.
  • Proven experience, within UN context, of writing strategic plans, cooperation documents and other documents aimed at disseminating to the broad public.
  • Experience in developing UN Development Assistant Frameworks (UNDAF), Theories of Change, Programme Strategy Notes and/or Country Programme Documents for international or national organisations will be considered as an asset.
  • Strong writing skills
  • Strong analytical skills to compile and consolidate a variety of inputs and produce technical, concise and easy-to-understand documents.
  • ICT literate with good experience in managing/using WORD, EXCEL, PowerPoint as well as access to internet.
  • Proven experience of having worked within a multi-cultural environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work with little supervision.
  • Creativeness and innovation in reporting will be highly appreciated.
  • Availability to travel to countries across Europe and Central Asia.
  • Language skills:

    Fluency required in English (oral and written). Knowledge of Russian language is an asset for the Central Asia countries and Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian language for the Western Balkans region.

    For every Child, you demonstrate…

    UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

    View our competency framework at

    http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/UNICEF_Competencies.pdf

    Supervision

    Staff from the UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia, in close coordination and consultation with country offices, will function as supervisor of the consultant. Regular discussions will be scheduled to analyse progress, based on a detailed workplan with defined milestones and/or deliverables.

    Travel

    The consultant may need to travel one or more times to countries in Europe and Central Asia for consultation and for co-creating theories of change, programme strategy notes and/or country programme documents along with the UNICEF staff. This may also require facilitation of in-country workshops, including with external stakeholders. Travel expenses will be reimbursed to the consultant.

    Estimated duration of the contract and proposal

    The duration of the consultancy depends on the specific needs and will be defined for each of the assignments.

    Consultant work place

    The workplace is home based with possible travel to countries in Europe and Central Asia.

    payment schedule, and other charges

    Payment schedule: The consultant will be paid against the final products as agreed with the Regional Office, based on the specific terms of reference, and upon satisfactory delivery.

    Other charges: Travel is not to be included in the financial offer. Any costs related to travel will be reimbursed to the consultant based on standard UNICEF arrangements for travel of consultants

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

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

    HOW TO APPLY

    Applicants are invited to:

  • complete their UNICEF profile
  • attach latest Personal History Form (http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_53129.htm)
  • submit proposed daily rate (in US Dollar) based on their experience and competence in the area of expertise as per these ToR. Travel cost should not be included.
  • UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

    Remarks:

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

    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=517872

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    Switzerland: Governance and Policy Advisor

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    Nov 122018
     

    Organization: CARE
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 10 Dec 2018

    Position title: Governance and Policy Advisor

    Supervisor: Deputy Secretary General

    Location: CARE International Secretariat, Geneva

    Post: Full time

    Travel Requirements: Approx. 15% travel (once per quarter)

    Background

    CARE International (CI) is a global confederation of fourteen independent non-profit, non-sectarian humanitarian organizations working together to fight poverty and provide assistance in humanitarian emergencies. CI works, each year, in more than 80 countries around the world, implementing long-term programmes to fight poverty, responding to humanitarian emergencies and advocating for policy change to improve the lives of the poorest people, reaching more than 122 million people.

    The years to come will be an exciting time of growth and expansion throughout CARE globally, as members are eager to work more closely together to strengthen the engagement of the private sector in contributing to defending dignity and fighting global poverty.

    At the core of the confederation is a Secretariat based in Geneva, Switzerland with offices in Brussels, London and New York. The Secretariat provides coordination and support to a number of governance, membership, strategic planning, communications, fundraising, humanitarian, program and advocacy-related functions. In addition, the Secretariat represents the CARE confederation at the United Nations and the European Union.

    POSITION SUMMARY

    CI is governed by a representative Council, made up of delegates from its membership as well as other contributing participants, and by a CI Supervisory Board which acts independently from member interests and oversees the performance of the CI Secretariat. CI is registered in both Switzerland and in Belgium as an Association and regulated by respective Statutes in each country. The CI Council is supported by a Governance and Nominations Committee (GNC), a standing committee primarily responsible for overseeing governance principles, structures, processes and regulations including the Statutes.

    The Governance and Policy Advisor is part of the Governance team, which is led by the Deputy Secretary General and is responsible for CARE’s global governance. The purpose of this position is to support and facilitate high performing Governance bodies; to provide strategic advice and coordination for the development, review, update and information management of the CARE International Code (a guiding document that defines who CARE is, what binds us and how different parts of CI work together) and related global policies; and to support and guide CARE national Members in implementing key global and harmonised policies.

    MAIN RESPONIBILITIES

    The key responsibilities of the Governance and Policy Advisor are the following:

    1. CARE International’s governance

    2. Advise and support the Deputy Secretary General (DSG) in ensuring that CI’s governance bodies (Council, SB and GNC) are able to meet their governance and fiduciary obligations;

    3. Act as a trusted Advisor to the Deputy Secretary General on specific governance-related issues, projects and strategic plans;

    4. Work with the DSG to manage all aspects (agenda setting, content, meeting preparation, outcomes & follow-up) of work programmes of CI’s governance bodies;

    5. Produce briefing notes, speaking points and presentations prior to, during and after meetings to help inform and advance governance discussions;

    6. Ensure that the proceedings and decisions of CI’s governance bodies are adequately documented and followed-up on;

    7. Ensure that CI is complying with its legal and statutory requirements;

    8. Support the DSG with succession planning and monitoring of performance of CI’s governance bodies;

    9. Help identify and implement ways in which governance processes and systems can be further improved;

    10. Work with the Head of Organisational Development to help orient new members, Candidates and Affiliates to CARE’s global governance structure and CI Code requirements.

    11. CARE International Code

    12. Act as a point of contact providing support and advice for CARE National Members and Country Offices around access and interpretation of the CI code;

    13. Coordinate the revision process of the CI Code giving due diligence to confederation-wide consultation and communication;

    14. Lead the strengthening of organizational policy and compliance in CI, ensuring that the results are reflected in the CI Code;

    15. Ensure that the CI Code is organized and maintained in a manner that is both current and accessible to the CI membership.

    16. Global Policy

    17. Work with key staff on supporting accountability to global policies;

    18. Oversee a policy governance framework for the CI Code and global policy, which includes quality assurance and monitoring processes for the development, review and update of global policies on a rolling systematised cycle;

    19. Coordinate the review and update of existing global policies as well as the process of developing new global and harmonised policies as needed;

    20. Ensure policy documents reflect governance and policy development best practice;

    21. Develop and oversee the maintenance of a global policy library as a repository for all current and expired global policy documents;

    22. Ensure timely and targeted communication and dissemination of CI code, Global Policy and related information;

    23. Provide strategic advice, guidance and support to policy practitioners and task forces in the rollout phase of key global policy following review and updates of existing policy and when new policy is developed.

    Key working relationships:** Members of CI Governance Team and Governance Bodies (Council, SB, GNC), CI Executive and Senior Management Teams, CI Global Policy Governance Group, CI Strategic Leadership Teams and Working Groups, key policy leads and contacts across the Confederation.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Education: Post graduate degree in organisational development, policy development, international development or equivalent qualifications and experience. Advanced degree desirable.
    • Work Experience: At least 5-7 years of relevant work experience.
    • Language: Fluency in English required, second major language (French) highly desirable.

    EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES

    The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate the following skills, attributes and experience:

    • Governance: A clear understanding of, and experience with, governance bodies and international corporate governance requirements. Proven ability to work with high level members of boards and a variety of stakeholders.

    • Policy Development: Demonstrated experience in policy development, analysis, and implementation. Experience in consulting a wide variety of stakeholders to build collaborative policies and organisational commitment, processes and systems to ensure coherence with organisational vision and objectives.

    • Management and Coordination: Outstanding planning and coordination skills, with ability to handle multiple activities concurrently, work under pressure, and meet tight deadlines. Experience in project management, guiding staff and coordinating virtual teams, working groups, communities of practice, and networks.

    • Communications: Excellent written, oral communication and facilitation skills. Experience drafting policies, writing briefing documents, and communicating, both in writing and verbally, sound rationale for necessary policy change.

    • Interpersonal: Strong interpersonal, diplomatic and negotiating skills and ability to build relations at all levels. Ability to work across different cultures and nationalities.

    How to apply:

    CARE offers the chance to work with a great team and make a difference to the world. In addition to a competitive salary, we offer generous holiday benefits and substantial pension contributions to the successful candidate.

    CARE International has a zero-tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, a vulnerable adult or child by any of our staff, representatives or partners. CARE International reserves the right to seek information from job applicants’ previous employers about incidents of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment the applicant may have been found guilty to have committed or about which an investigation was in the process of being carried out at the time of the termination of the applicant’s employment with that employer.

    By submitting the application, the job applicant confirms that s/he has no objection to CARE International requesting the information specified above.

    How to apply

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit their CVs and a covering letter of interest in English to cirecruitment@careinternational.org by 10 December 2018. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    More Information on CARE International is available at www.care-international.org.

    CARE seeks to improve the lives of the most marginalized, particularly women and girls. Our diversity is our strength. We encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences to apply

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