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Livelihoods Manager

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Aug 012021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Closing date: 15 Aug 2021

We are looking for a highly qualified, self-motivated Livelihoods Manager who is able to coordinate conflict management activities, work with diverse teams of both national and international staff, and equipped with technical skills to develop and strengthen emergency response capacity in a highly complex crisis.

DRC is operational in South Sudan since 2005, working with the overall aim of achieving durable solutions for displaced populations. The Danish Demining Group (DDG) started Humanitarian Mine Action in 2006.

Danish Refugee Council main program objectives (2018-2020) in South Sudan are:

  1. To save lives and alleviate suffering among displaced people and their hosts
  2. To reduce displacement related risks and support and facilitate solutions
  3. To promote peaceful, inclusive and resilient societies and address root causes to displacement

DRC primarily operates across Upper Nile and Unity states, both of which are heavily affected by conflict and experience high numbers of internally displaced populations as well as refugees in need of humanitarian assistance. DRC has operational bases in Maban, Malakal, Kodok and Aburoc in Upper Nile and in Bentiu, Mayom, and Ajuong Thok in Unity state, supported by a country-office in Juba.

Overall purpose of the role:

Under the direct supervision of the Area Manager, and with technical support from the Livelihoods Coordinator, the Livelihoods Manager will be responsible for the implementation of DRC’s FSL activities and contributes to strategic planning for the program in Unity State. The Livelihoods Manager is the direct supervisor of national program staffs and provides daily direction and guidance to project cycle management, proposal development and implementation of activities. The job involved working with vulnerable households to providing the means to improve and secure local food production and improve resilience building. Responsibilities include developing new projects (in coordination with the Grants Management Coordinator, Livelihoods Coordinator, and Area Manager), overseeing project quality implementation and budget management, leading on reporting, and working closely with government counterparts. The Livelihoods Manager is also responsible for ensuring the implementation of good quality food security and livelihoods program activities and also involves identifying gaps and advising on the necessary steps to address the identified gaps. The Livelihoods Manager is also responsible for providing technical oversight and training to field-based program staff in the area of Food Security and Livelihoods, with an emphasis on national staff capacity building. The Livelihoods Manager will collaborate with the FSL Cluster in Unity State and whenever appropriate collaborate with other FSL and humanitarian actors in his/her area of operation.

Responsibilities

To achieve the objectives of the position, the Livelihoods Manager will perform the following tasks and undertake the following responsibilities:

Coordination/Representation

  • Actively participate and represent DRC in state coordination meetings such as FSL clusters, and other meetings conducted by local and state authorities, UN agencies and stakeholders when relevant to FSL issues
  • Identify gaps in service provision to IDPs, proactively referring those gaps to relevant forums or advocating with government authorities or humanitarian partners for additional support

Programme Management

  • Under the direct supervision of the Area Manager and in coordination with the Livelihood Coordinator plan, manage and implement all FSL activities as defined by project documents/proposals. Uphold rigorous project cycle management standards at the field site level in compliance with DRC and donor regulations
  • Supervise and guide Livelihood Technical Officers/ Team Leaders and other staff throughout the planning and implementation of all FSL activities in Unity Sate of South Sudan.
  • Support, facilitate or undertake communication and liaison activities to actively consult and involve beneficiaries, key informants, actors, Humanitarian partners and funding Donors, partners and stakeholders in all stages of project design and implementation
  • Contribute and support effective monitoring, evaluation and learning processes and initiatives, and ensure effective data and information management.
  • Ensure daily monitoring and progress of project/work implementation. Ensure protections issues are incorporated and mainstreamed in FSL activities.
  • Ensure project lesson learns are properly captured and contribute learning in FSL project developments.

Finance and Administration:

  • Ensure full compliance with DRC and donor financial guidelines and policies while managing the project(s).**
  • Monitor budgets to ensure the timely utilization of all resources, spending is in line with project timelines and implementation schedules and adjust budget forecasts when needed.

Human Resources:

  • Ensure that adequate staffing is in place for the activities, including an appropriate gender balance within the teams. Performance management of FSL team including setting team and individual objectives, providing capacity building, feedback, coaching to the team to achieve targets
  • Make sure that team is aware of humanitarian principles, standards and DRC code of conduct, Safe guarding policy and follow them accordingly

Proposal Development/Reporting

  • Provide regular updates on progress to supervisors and other team members, including other departments and sectors as appropriate
  • Responsible to provide input and/or prepare project progress reports, donor reports, Cluster reports (5Ws or CWG CVA information) as per given deadlines and as necessary
  • Develop concept notes and/or proposals and budgets in close cooperation with the Area Manager, Head of Programme, Livelihood Coordinator and Grants Coordinator when required
  • Contribute to the strategic direction of the country FSL operation through participation in strategy planning meetings and developing strategic documents

Logistics, Procurement, Safety and Security

  • Develop supply/procurement plans for protection program activities and coordinate with the Bentiu-based Supply Chain personnel for their delivery to the field as per project planning.
  • Ensure staff compliance with security management rules and procedures (for i.e. ensuring relevant documentation and procedures are understood and adhered to by staff).

About You

Experience and technical competencies: (include years of experience)

  • Minimum undergraduate degree in agriculture, agribusiness, social sciences, international development or equivalent degree qualifications
  • Postgraduate degree preferred;
  • At least 4 years’ experience in food security programming, agricultural, Resilience and livelihood support in post conflict and volatile security environments;
  • Minimum 3 years’ solid experience in project cycle management, including project design, proposal writing, project implementation, budget management and donor reporting;
  • Proven experience of preparing project proposals and log frames for FSL projects for donors;
  • Experience with different donors, i.e., WFP-FFA. BHA-FFP, DANIDA, BPRM, UNHCR, and ECHO, preferred;
  • Experience in Permaculture and Resilience design preferred
  • Proven experience in conducting emergency market, labour and food security & livelihoods assessments;
  • An understanding of Natural Resources Management, tree seedling establishment, Energy and other environmental protection related programmes;
  • Design and coordination of graduating Artisans resettlement programmes including apprenticeships, On Job Training, business skills development/training, financial management, records keeping, group formation and dynamics, business plan development, start-up kits (in kind and cash grants) and market linkages.
  • Knowledge and experience in establishment of Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLAs) and cooperatives at grassroots level;
  • Proven experience in cash-based programming; specially rolling out CVA agenda
  • Experience in coordinating FSL activities in emergency, camp settings and out of camps settings;
  • Experience in coordinating activities across locations;
  • Experience in emergency seeds, fishing and tools distribution; cropping calendar application and tracking, kitchen gardening, Farmer Field School Approach, demonstration/trial garden establishment, Seed multiplication and post-harvest management;
  • Demonstrated experience in meeting high, evidence-based monitoring and evaluation standards; designing and using tools for monitoring programme activities and achievements against the LFA; A good understanding of data entry, clean up, analysis and reporting; application of Lessons learnt/best practices, preparation and posting of success stories.
  • Proven experience in staff and other stakeholder’s capacity building, coaching and mentorship, including preparation of materials/manuals, facilitation and roll out of a training plan/calendar;
  • Ability for rapid analysis of very complex issues, strong decision-making, and translation of programmatic learning and priorities into operational strategies;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication and ease in managing a multi-ethnic team;
  • Good team leadership and conflict resolution skills, consensus team building, and adaptability;
  • Patience and understanding to work with and develop capacity of national staff;
  • Experience delivering programmes to tight deadlines;
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
  • Self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of guidance and supervision;
  • Experience working in security-sensitive environments and enforcement of team security protocols is an asset.
  • Application of computer and IT skills
  • Strong communication and writing skills;

Desirable qualifications

  • Fluency in written and spoken English language;
  • Ability and willingness to work in remote and isolated location with ever changing security scenarios
  • Experience working as a field-level project manager is highly desirable;
  • Working experience in South Sudan;
  • Experience working in challenging and insecure security environments.

Moreover, in this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’ five core competencies:

  • Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process.
  • Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback.
  • Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation.
  • Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly.
  • Demonstrating integrity: Upholding and promoting the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in relation to DRC’s values and Code of Conduct, including safeguarding against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment.

Key stakeholders:

  • TCs, HoP, Area Manager, PMs, Team Leaders, Officers
  • WFP Team, FAO, FFP Consortium team, FSL Cluster Members
  • Relevant government authorities and Community Leaders

We offer

Duration: 1 year contract, renewable contract subject to Performance and Funding.

Contract: Salary and conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Global Expatriates available at www.drc.dk under Vacancies graded as Band M.F level 2.

Start Date: asap

Duty Station: Bentiu (Unity State) – South Sudan

Reporting: This position reports to Area Manager

*Commitments:* DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html). All DRC staff must be committed to the Red Cross Code of Conduct, as well as the Core Humanitarian Standards.

Gender Equality: DRC is committed to achieving gender parity in staffing at all levels. In light of this, women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply to bridge the gender gap.

Equal Opportunities: DRC is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment based on mutual respect for all employees. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, disability status, religion, ethnic origin, colour, race, marital status or other protected characteristics.

How to apply:

Applications
All applicants must send a cover letter (max 1 page) and an updated CV (max 3 pages) in English. The cover letter should outline your personal motivation for applying and your key qualifications for the position.

Please click on this link to apply: https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1036&ProjectId=162105&DepartmentId=19091&SkipAdvertisement=true .

Applications sent by email will not be considered.

Closing date for applications: 15th August, 2021 and note that due to the urgent need to fill this position, recruitment can be finalized before closing date of applications.

If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please visit drc.ngo/jobsupport

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Developing a guide on how to ratify and implement International Standards related to Labour Migration for IGAD Member States

 Agrimensura, FULL TIME, Ingenieria Civil, Estructural  Comments Off on Developing a guide on how to ratify and implement International Standards related to Labour Migration for IGAD Member States
Jul 292021
 

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Countries: Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan
Organization: International Labour Organization
Closing date: 13 Aug 2021

1. Introduction

Ratifying, domesticating and implementing international instruments on labour migration and mobility governance including ILO conventions related to migrant workers namely Migration for Employment Convention (Revised), 1949 (No. 97) and its accompanying Migration for Employment Recommendation (Revised), 1949 (No. 86); Migrant Workers (Supplementary Provisions) Convention, 1975 (No. 143) and its accompanying Migrant Workers Recommendation, 1975 (No. 151); Private Employment Agencies Convention, 1997 (No. 181) and Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189) is critical to ensure safe, orderly, and regular labour migration and maximize the development impact of migration. Ratifying and effectively implementing these conventions helps to addressing existing policy and legislative gaps on labour migration since the conventions address numerous aspects of labour migration, such as protecting the rights of migrant workers, promote fair recruitment, address both regular and irregular migrants and strengthen the migration-development nexus. The conventions and recommendations further stipulate measures that need to be taken by both countries of origin and destination to prevent trafficking, smuggling, forced labour and reduce the abuse and exploitation faced by migrant workers.

Ratifying and effectively implementing these conventions will give IGAD member states an opportunity to lobby and influence the decisions of destination countries in relation to migrant workers. In addition, by ratifying and implementing these conventions, IGAD member states gain a great deal of legitimacy at the international level to promote measures on protection of migrant workers including negotiation of bilateral labour agreements with countries of destinations. Besides, ratification of these conventions also fosters international cooperation among countries and enhances their commitment to overcome challenges related to labour migration and mobility governance, including fraudulent and abusive recruitment practices.

However, despite their immense role in improving migration and mobility governance, the ratification, domestication and implementation of ILO conventions related to migrant workers is at a very infant stage in the IGAD region. Out of the seven IGAD Member States, only Somalia has ratified Convention 97, Convention 143 and Convention 181 while Kenya has ratified only Convention 97 and Convention 143 and Ethiopia and Uganda only having ratified convention 181 and convention 143 respectively. Likewise, only Uganda is a signatory to the 1990 International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. In addition, none of the IGAD Member States has ratified convention 189, which is of critical importance for the IGAD member states in the context of migration since many of the labour migrants in the IGAD region, as well as those travelling further abroad to the Arab States, are engaged in domestic work. On the other hand, even in countries that ratified international instruments, domestication of these instruments, proper implementation, reporting and compliance remains a challenge.

Among other things, one of the challenges identified as a bottleneck on ratification and implementation of international standards in the IGAD region is related to lack of sufficient knowledge and understanding about the process of ratification, implementation and/or domestication, reporting and complying/following with due process at national level. In this context, the ILO in close collaboration with IGAD secretariat aims to develop a how to guide on ratifying and implementation of international standards for IGAD member states in line with national rules and regulations concerning international treaties and instruments under the framework of the project on Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance pro financed by the European Union. Once developed, the guide is expected to serve as a quick reference for government officials and other experts on ratification and implementation of international instruments and further contribute and facilitate ratification of the Draft IGAD protocol on Free Movement of Persons once adopted by the council of ministers. In this regard, the ILO is looking for the service of an international consultant/external collaborator to develop the tool as elaborated below.

2. Objective

The overall objective of the assignment is to develop a how to guide on ratification and implementation of international instruments related to labour migration and mobility governance for IGAD Member states. The guide is expected to serve as a quick reference for government officials and other experts on ratification and implementation of international instruments and further contribute and facilitate ratification of the Draft IGAD protocol on Free Movement of Persons once adopted by the council of ministers. To this end, among other things the consultant is expected to

  • analyses contextual factors such as major challenges, opportunities, and factors affecting ratification, implementation and/or adoption, reporting and compliance against international commitments for each MS
  • Identify and analyze best practices and lessons learned in ratifying, implementing and complying to international instruments and
  • Provide country specific step-by-step and user friendly guidance on the process of ratifying, implementing and/or adopting and complying against international instruments

3. Methodology

The consultant is expected to produce the guide based on a review of existing literature and limited key informant interviews with ILO officials and experts in the IGAD Member states virtually. To this end, among other things the consultant is expected to use the following methods;

  • Desk Review: the consultant is expected to review latest academic and non-academic literature in the area of international human right instruments including ILO conventions, standards and recommendations. The consultant is also expected to make use of the report of the committee of experts on application of standards and key ILO publications on international standards and instruments such as Rules of the Game.
  • Key Informant interview: the consultant is also expected to have limited key informant interviews with experts from IGAD member states, social partners, IGAD secretariat, ILO and other stakeholders including UN agencies and civil society organizations/ Non-government organizations working on the subject to asses challenges, opportunities and best practices and on ratification, implementation and compliance against international commitments. In addition, he/she is expected to gather and analyses information on key steps and process involved in ratification, implementation/domestication of the standards in each member state.
  • Presentation and style: the guide is expected to be a quick practical and user-friendly reference material for government officials, policy makers and other stakeholders working on the subject. To this end, in addition to the narrative presentation/write up, the consultant is expected to produce diagrams, charts and other visual presentation styles to illustrate and presents facts and process in a more lucid and user friendly manner.

4. Main deliverables

The main outputs expected from the consultant are:

  • Inception report: the consultant is expected to produce an inception report which shows his/her understanding of the assignment, detailed methodology, draft outline of the guide customized to the IGAD region, and guiding research questions and work plan;
  • Draft guide: the consultant will submit the draft guide for review and comments of the ILO, IGAD and other key stakeholders.
  • Revised draft guide: the consultant will submit a revised draft guide incorporating ILO comments and inputs for comments and inputs by ILO, IGAD and other key stakeholders.
  • Presentation and validation: the consultant is expected to present the draft guide to Member States and stakeholder for validation and consultation in a virtual workshop.
  • Final Guide: the consultant will submit a final guide incorporating comments and inputs from the validation workshop.

5. Minimum qualifications

The consultant is expected to have:

  • Post graduate degree in social sciences disciplines such as Law, international relations or development studies;
  • Ten years of experience working on international standards, instruments and treaties;
  • Five years of experience in conducting and managing multi country research activities and providing consultancy services in developing national and regional policies and programs in field of migration;

  • Excellent report writing skills and ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing,;

  • Good computer application skills including use zoom, skype and other teleconferencing applications;

  • Excellent knowledge and understanding about labour migration issues in Africa in general and the horn of Africa in particular and

  • Experience in working with UN agencies and multi-lateral organizations and institutions such as AU, IGAD and other Regional Economic Communities (RECs)

Other skills/competencies

  • Experience in similar assignments in RECs in Africa would be an added advantage;
  • Experience and ability to interact with senior officials (Government and REC officials and representatives of multilateral and bilateral agencies);
  • Experience and ability to navigate political processes in highly sensitive settings;
  • Excellent drafting/writing and analytical skills;
  • Strong interpersonal, networking and presentation skills

6. Management arrangements

The consultant will work under the direct supervision of the project Chief Technical Adviser and Technical Officer based in Djibouti. S/He will also get technical back stopping support from other experts in the ILO Decent Work Country Team Cairo and Pretoria as well as the ILO regional office for Africa and Headquarters.

7. Timeline

The assignment is expected to be completed in four months from the signing of the agreement.

How to apply:

  • Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposal in a separate email with the subject to “**application: Developing a how to guide on international standards for IGAD Member States – Technical Proposal**” and “**application: Developing a how to guide on international standards for IGAD Member States – financial Proposal**” to: fmpt@ilo.org latest by 13 August 2021 5:00 pm East Africa time.
  • The proposal and all correspondences and documents related to the proposal shall be written in English;
  • All prices should be submitted in USD. If a proposal is submitted in a currency other than USD, the ILO will convert all prices in to USD using the UN official exchange rate at the date of application to facilitate comparison and evaluation

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Baseline study on extending social protection to migrant workers in IGAD Region

 FULL TIME, Teletrabajo, Ventas  Comments Off on Baseline study on extending social protection to migrant workers in IGAD Region
Jul 292021
 

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Countries: Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan
Organization: International Labour Organization
Closing date: 13 Aug 2021

1. Context

The IGAD region is characterized by migratory movements driven by multiple political, economic, and environmental factors, making it difficult to establish clear lines between categories of migrants, refugees and forcibly displaced populations. Well-governed labour migration can contribute to sustainable development for countries of origin, transit and destination, and can provide benefits and opportunities for migrant workers and their families. On the contrary, poorly governed labour migration can bring risks and challenges, including for sustainable development and decent work, in countries of origin, transit and destination, especially for low-wage workers. Cognizant of these, IGAD and its member States have taken steps to manage and address the issue of migration in the region. In this regard, among other things, IGAD and its Member States have developed and adopted comprehensive migration policy framework, the IGAD Regional Migration Policy Framework in 2012 and further developed Migration Action plan (MAP) 2015-2020. Currently, ministers of labour and ministers of interior of the IGAD member states have endorsed the IGAD protocol on Free Movement of Persons. All these instruments identified facilitation labour mobility, and free movement of persons, including establishment and residence as their strategic priority.

In order to support IGAD and its member States towards establishing a free movement of persons regime, the ILO is implementing a technical cooperation project entitled “Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Improving Opportunities for Regular Labour Mobility (FMPT)” with the financial support of the European Union. The overall objective of the project is to improve opportunities for regulated labour mobility and decent work within the IGAD member States through the development of models of intervention, in the broader context of regional integration.

In this context, the ILO in close collaboration with IGAD secretariat plans to conduct an assessment of existing social security systems and examine the prospects for the conclusion of a sub-regional multilateral social security agreement or bilateral social security agreements between IGAD member states in light of the provisions on the Draft IGAD Protocol on Free Movement of Persons. Up on completion of the assessment, a regional training workshop will be organized to share the findings and recommendations of the study with stakeholders and further initiate dialogue among member states on how ideals for extending social protection to migrant workers. In this context, the ILO is seeking the service of an international consultant to conduct the assessment and present the findings in a regional workshop.

2. Background

Social security is a basic human right enshrined in major international instruments such as the Declaration of Philadelphia (1944) which is an integral part of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966), and the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Their Families (1990).

Although everyone has the right to social security, significant coverage gaps persist. Overall 71 per cent of the world population, including many migrant workers, lack access to comprehensive social protection. Migrants, as compared to nationals working their entire lives in one country, face legal and practical obstacles in exercising their right to social security and effectively accessing social protection benefits including health care. For instance, they may be denied access to social protection coverage in their host country because of their status, nationality, the insufficient duration of their periods of employment and residence or due to the lack of administrative and financial coordination between the social security schemes of their home and host country. Their access to social protection may further be curtailed due to a lack of information about their rights and obligations as well as other linguistic and cultural barriers. Furthermore, women migrant workers face multiple discriminations accessing social protection and are at higher risk of exploitation and abuse including sexual and gender-based violence[1].

However, there are several policy options for extending social protection coverage to migrant workers and their families through the conclusion of bilateral or multi-lateral social security agreements.

  • The conclusion of social security agreements is one of the most commonly used measures worldwide to ensure the coordination of social security schemes and the portability of social security entitlements and benefits across countries. Social security agreements are treaties that coordinate the social security schemes of two or more countries to eliminate, or at least reduce, the barriers to coverage migrant workers often encounter. Most social security agreements are bilateral, involving only two countries. However, there are several examples of multilateral agreements involving more than two countries. Multilateral or regional agreements are concluded between three or more parties and have the advantage of setting common standards and rules for coordination in all the state parties, while bilateral agreements can be easier and faster to conclude.
    Bilateral and multilateral agreements are not mutually exclusive, can be pursued in parallel and can be complementary. Since the aim of concluding social security agreements is primarily to enhance migrant workers’ social protection, the choice between pursuing a bilateral or multilateral agreement should be based on the best interests of migrant workers and their families with respect to social protection. Social security agreements that are well designed and effectively implemented, can contribute significantly to realizing the right to social security for all.

In Africa, in 2012, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) member states adopted the General Convention on Social Security[2] as a Supplementary Act to the Revised ECOWAS Treaty (1993). This meant that the Convention did not require ratification by ECOWAS member states. The Convention replaces all social security conventions previously concluded between ECOWAS member states with the exception of the bilateral or multilateral agreements that are more advantageous than the Convention. The Convention is based on ILO Conventions No.118 and No.157, the ECOWAS Treaty and its Protocol on Free Movement of Persons (1993), the Right of Residence and Establishment (1979) and its supplementary protocols, as well as the African Union Migration Policy Framework for Africa. The Convention applies to migrant workers who are nationals of one of the member states, refugees or stateless persons who have acquired social security rights in the territory of an ECOWAS member state and are residents; and family members and survivors of the migrant workers. The Convention covers all nine social security branches and includes all the key social security principles: and further established the Committee of Experts on Social Security and foresees a dispute resolution mechanism among ECOWAS member states as to the interpretation or application of the convention.

Similarly, in March 2020, SADC Ministers responsible for Employment and Labour and Social Partners adopted the Guidelines on Portability of Social Security Benefits in SADC. Five SADC Member States (Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe) volunteered to pilot implementation of the Guidelines. While not a legally binding instruments, the Guidelines is informed by assessment studies, and regional dialogue and consultative processes led by the SADC Secretariat and international instruments including International Labour Standards and key ILO policy approaches to social protection for migrant workers and cover all key branches of social security. Additional information about multi-lateral social protection agreements could be found here.

Furthermore, provided that they are in line with international human rights instruments and international labour standards, bilateral labour agreements can also include provisions on the social protection of migrant workers and/or include reference to a separate social security agreement.

  • Unilateral measures are receiving increased attention worldwide from countries of origin and employment either to palliate the lack of social security agreements or to ensure a more universal and comprehensive social protection coverage of workers. Various unilateral measures can be considered by policymakers such as national policies and legislation that ensure equality of treatment between migrant workers and nationals, including national social protection floors as they represent a powerful tool for the extension of universal social protection or voluntary insurance mechanisms.**3.** Overall objective

  • To carry out an assessment of existing social security systems and examine the prospects for the conclusion of a sub-regional multilateral social security agreement or bilateral social security agreements between IGAD member states;

  • To propose concrete policy options to IGAD secretariat and its member states for extending social protection to migrant workers in the sub-region, including through unilateral measures of social protection.

4. Scope of the work

Specific objective 1: Take stock of relevant information on social security schemes and legal frameworks**

  • Review the existing legislative and policy framework governing social security in IGAD member states including national social protection floors
  • Collect and analyse available information on member states’ social security schemes by branch; existing restrictions to coverage based on nationality and/or residence; restrictions to payment of benefits abroad; minimum qualifying periods;
  • Identify and analyse existing bilateral or multilateral instruments among IGAD member states, including: history; material scope of application; personal scope of application; provisions, if any, regarding equality of treatment, export of benefits, legislation applicable, maintenance of rights in course of acquisition (totalization), and administrative assistance; and operative structure (decision-making bodies, consultation bodies, liaison offices).
  • Examine existing mechanisms and barriers to effective portability of benefits in the region.
  • Benchmark the findings against the ILO standards, relevant provisions of the draft IGAD protocol on free movement of persons and the experiences of other regional economic communities.

Specific objective 2: Assess the feasibility for extending social protection to migrant workers through a sub-regional social security agreement and/or bilateral social security agreements

  • Based on the information collected (specific objective 1) and interviews with key stakeholders from ministries of labour, ministries of foreign affairs, social security institutions, IGAD Secretariat and other relevant organizations, assess the feasibility for extending social protection to migrant workers through a sub-regional social security agreement and/or bilateral social security agreements.
  • A description of the legal and technical issues that could arise in the negotiation of an IGAD multilateral social security agreement (e.g., types of schemes within the region/between countries, legal frameworks and implications of multiple membership of some IGAD member states in different RECs).
  • An assessment of the factors for and against the conclusion of a multilateral social security agreement in IGAD (e.g. legal and policy frameworks – national, regional and international, administrative capacity of the social security institutions, extent of coverage of social insurance schemes, role of relevant legal and policy frameworks.
  • Policy recommendations for the development of a multilateral social security agreement in the region and/or bilateral social security agreements (including recommendation on the branches that should be included, the groups of migrant workers etc.) and
  • Policy options in terms of institutional frameworks/structures to be strengthened or set up for effective coordination of social security benefits within the region.

Specific objective 3: Propose unilateral measures of social protection tailored to each national context to palliate the absence of social security agreements.

  • Based on ILO Guide on Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families, and emerging good practices, identify for each member state existing unilateral measures of social protection and propose policy options for extending social protection to migrant workers and their families. Such options should address the needs of specific groups of migrant workers including domestic workers, seasonal agricultural migrant workers, migrant workers in an irregular situation and migrants working in the informal economy.

5. Required qualifications

  • At least 10 years of proven experience in the field of social insurance, social security and social protection;
  • At least five years of proven experience in drafting legal texts regarding international coordination of social security schemes through multilateral and/or bilateral agreements;
  • Proven experience in managing multi country research activities and providing consultancy services in the field of migration, social security and extending social security for migrant workers;
  • Sound knowledge/experience of social security systems in the Africa region in general and the IGAD region in particular is an added advantage.
  • Excellent report writing skills and ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding about labour migration dynamics in the IGAD region;
  • Good computer application skills including use zoom, skype, Microsoft teams and other teleconferencing applications, and tools;
  • Experience in working with UN agencies and multilateral organizations and institutions such as AU, IGAD and other Regional Economic Communities (RECs)

6. Deliverables

  • Inception report: the consultant will submit an inception report explaining his/her understanding of the assignment, outline of the report and work plan for review and comments by ILO, IGAD and other relevant stakeholders
  • Draft Assessment report: the consultant will submit a draft assessment report for review and comments of the ILO, IGAD and other stakeholders
  • Revised draft report: the consultant will submit a revised draft report incorporating comments and inputs;
  • Present the draft findings in a regional workshop: the consultant will present the revised draft report and serve as a resource person in the regional workshop that will be organized by ILO and IGAD
  • Revised final draft report: the consultant will submit a final revised version of the report incorporating comments and inputs from the workshop.

7. Management Arrangements

The consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Chief Technical Advisor of the FMPT project and receive technical guidance from DWT social protection specialists covering the IGAD region, ILO Labour migration Branch (MIGRANT) and Social protection Department (SOCPRO) in Geneva.

8. Time frame

The assignment is expected to be completed in four months period from the signing of the agreement.

[1] ILO Guide on “Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families” (ILO, 2021 forthcoming).

[2] ECOWAS: A Capacity Building toolkit, available at: https://www.itcilo.org/en/areas-of-expertise/labour-migration/ecowas

Social Protection for Migrant Workers and their families in ECOWAS States — Popular version. The ECOWAS General Convention on Social Security, available at: https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—africa/documents/publication/wcms_714335.pdf

How to apply:

  • Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposal in a separate email with the subject to “**application: Baseline study on extending social protection for migrant workers – Technical Proposal**” and “**application: Baseline study on extending social protection for migrant workers – financial Proposal**” to: fmpt@ilo.org latest by 13 August 2021, 5:00 pm East Africa time.
  • The proposal and all correspondences and documents related to the proposal shall be written in English;
  • All prices should be submitted in USD. If a proposal is submitted in a currency other than USD, the ILO will convert all prices in to USD using the UN official exchange rate at the date of application to facilitate comparison and evaluation

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Child Protection Project Coordinator

 Finanzas, FULL TIME, Ingenieria Quimica  Comments Off on Child Protection Project Coordinator
Jul 292021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 10 Aug 2021

Child Protection Coordinator National Contract :(Bor)

Under the supervision and technical support of the Chid Protection Program Manager, the Child Protection Program Manager will provide technical guidance to program staff and supervise the overall implementation of the project in the program location. The programme includes provision of Psychosocial Support Services through establishment and monitoring of Child Friendly Spaces, provision of child protection services through comprehensive case management (including managing FTR cases) and support to community-based child protection mechanisms. He or she will particularly work with the CP Officers and will support capacity building and mentoring of field staff with frequent travel between the program field sites. S/he Maintains highest standards of professional conduct and ensure actions do not put children at risks of further harm, S/he Ensure that project outcomes and outputs are timely monitored as defined in the project documents and Ensure that targets are tracked and reached according to project documents.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Essential

  • University degree in social sciences or relevant experience in social work, community development and working with children in Child Protection programme
  • 5 years’ sectoral experience
  • Good English oral and written communication skills
  • Fluent in a local language and or Juba Arabic
  • Good understanding of community politics and traditional networks in the Programme location.
  • Experience working with children, families and community groups and capacity building.
  • Excellent technical understanding of child protection and community based approaches.
  • Excellent computer knowledge.
  • Experience in community facilitation and mobilization.
  • Comfortable communicating with local leaders, parents, teachers etc.
  • Comfortable communicating with children and young people, skilled at observing and participating in children’s activities
  • Be both self-reliant and have the ability to cooperate with others.
  • High degree of initiative and responsibility
  • Understanding of issues of confidentiality
  • Able to operate in extremely harsh living and working environment.
  • Ability and willingness to work through line management and also under limited/distance supervision.
  • Gender awareness and sensitivity.
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of SC. In particular, a good understanding of the SC mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support

Desirable

  • Work experience with children and families, especially knowledge of child rights and participation
  • Previous NGO experience, including an understanding of the neutral status of an international NGO
  • Background knowledge in child/ youth protection, education, child rights and emergencies

Contract Duration: Eleven Months

Location: South Sudan, Bor Field Office.

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

  • No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
  • All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
  • Violence against children is no longer tolerated

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

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Child Protection Coordinator

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Jul 282021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 1 Aug 2021

Child Protection Coordinator National Contract: (Akobo West – Walgak)

Under the supervision and technical support of the Chid Protection/Case Management Officer, the Child Protection Case Worker will give support in identifying, documenting and responding to child protection cases of vulnerable and at risk children to access basic services and receive other support as required. The case worker will monitor, conduct case by case follow ups and facilitate the alternative care and reunification process of unaccompanied and separated children. He/she will take lead in identification of cases for children with protection concerns using the national Case Management forms. Work closely with the BHA Program Manager to ensure the quality implementation of Child Protection activities in the field. Lead on case management activities and be superviser in the designated field sites, with support from assistant case management officers and case workers, including coordinating and sharing data with other field sites using the new Case Management SOPs, annexes, forms and handbook. Support recruitment and training of community volunteers (CFS facilitators) to provide psychosocial support activities. Set up/strenghen Child Protection Networks, including training and awareness raising activities of key child protection issues in their communities and linking children to available services. Set up/support and monitor Child Protection Help Desks to identify, support and refer children with protection concerns.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • University degree in social sciences or relevant experience in social work, community development and working with children in Child Protection programme
  • 3 years sectoral experience in Child Protection
  • Excellent communication skills, with good spoken and written English and experience in report writing
  • Ability to communicate and engage with children
  • Fluent in a local language and or Juba Arabic

Desirable

  • Previous work with children required, preferably in a social work or educational setting.
  • Good understanding of community politics and traditional networks
  • Experience in interview techniques (child friendly)
  • Previous experience working in Akobo County
  • Be both self-reliant and have the ability to cooperate with others
  • Be able to work in challenging environment i.e. walk substantial distances
  • Ability to represent SC in South Sudan Child Protection policies and approach
  • Ability to work through line management and also under limited/distance supervision
  • Gender awareness and sensitivity
  • Understanding of issues of confidentiality
  • High degree of initiative and responsibility
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of SC. In particular, a good understanding of the SC mandate as child focused agency and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support
  • Experience in community facilitation and mobilization
  • Good understanding of community politics and traditional networks in program location.
  • Excellent technical understanding of child protection and community based approaches.
  • Good computer knowledge and skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Be able to priorities tasks
  • Flexibility and ability to work independently and in a team
  • Able to work to tight deadlines and under pressure
  • Able to operate in extremely harsh living and working environment
  • Gender awareness and sensitivity
  • Understanding of issues of confidentiality
  • Commitment to the aims and principles of SC. In particular, a good understanding of the SC mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support

Contract Duration: One Year

Location: South Sudan, Juba Office with regular field Travel.

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

  • No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
  • All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
  • Violence against children is no longer tolerated

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

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Program Manager South Sudan

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Jul 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: HealthNet TPO
Closing date: 19 Aug 2021

JOB TITLE: Program Manager

LOCATION: Terekeka County, South Sudan

START DATE: 1st september 2021**

DURATION: 7 Months with possibility of extension based on availability of funds and performance

BACKGROUND

HealthNet TPO is a knowledge-driven, non-profit international organization established in 1992 that works in areas disrupted by war, disasters and poverty. Working together with local populations, we prioritize rehabilitation and sustainable healthcare development. Our mission is to strengthen communities, help them to regain control and maintain their health and wellbeing – including mental health – while at the same time strengthening national health care systems to ensure health needs are met. Our community interventions engage local people with local knowledge, and we are convinced that even the most vulnerable people have the inner strength to (re) build a better future for themselves. In doing so, we aspire to include and build the capacity of local organizations, communities and authorities. HealthNet TPO has country offices in Afghanistan, Burundi, South Sudan, and in the Netherlands where its main office is located.

HealthNet TPO’s program in South Sudan dates from 1996. The country office is located in Juba, with field offices in Terekeka, Raja, and Nyamlel. With funding from the Health Pooled Fund (HPF), HealthNet TPO is working in collaboration with County Health Departments (CHDs) in the counties of Terekeka, Raja and Aweil North and West to support the provision of essential healthcare service across health facilities and in communities. The main aim of the program is to support the strengthening of health systems and health services delivery for basic primary health care and secondary health care, with a particular focus on improving maternal and child care. In Terekeka County, we are acting as the lead in a consortium with Impact Health Organisation (IHO).

YOUR ROLE

The Program Manager is responsible for overall program cycle management of HPF programming in Terekeka County (Lot 2), including its scope, quality, schedules, risks, and representation at the state and county levels. With technical support from the Senior Public Health Advisor, the Program Manager will be based in Terekeka and will ensure the provision of quality health care services in health facilities and in the communities. This will be done in accordance with accepted guidelines of South Sudan and those provided by HPF within its program. The Program Manager will maintain a close working relationship with the County Health Department and the State Ministry of Health. The Program Manager will identify gaps in health services and take the necessary steps to address those gaps, provide technical oversight to field-based health staff and take accountability in the following areas:

RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Management

· Oversee the implementation of HPF program in Terekeka (Lot 2) and other health programs, ensuring that stated goals and objectives are met, that projects are monitored and evaluated, and that accurate and high quality reports are prepared and submitted on time, while contributing to delivering key performance indicators as required by donors

· Be responsible for close monitoring of local context developments, including security issues

· Participate in assessments, projects design and proposal writing. Prepare work plans, budgets and manage the grants in coordination with Senior Public Health Advisor and Head of Finance and Administration

· Ensure that HPF and other health programs are implemented in accordance with the donor’s program framework and principles: capacity building, partnership and integrated programming, promoting, participation and protecting rights as well as safeguarding

· Prevent and if necessary report and investigate fraud, corruption and misconduct within the HNTPO staff and partners

· Contribute to program quality through mentoring, training, supportive supervisons, QSC and QOC assessments

· Promote a culture of learning and documentation to ensure that field experiences and lessons are documented and used to advocate on behalf of the communities where we work

· Contribute to medical supply chain management, procurement of buffer stock and other commodities that facilitate smooth implementation of program activities

· Ensure program visibility, compliance and deliver key performance indicators and regulations as agreed by the donor

· Be responsible for the overall security of the team and assets in a changeable and volatile security environment, including initiating and organizing evacuation if necessary.

Financial Management

· Work with the Head of Finance and Administration to develop project expenditures and procurement plans. Support the team to implement work plans, ensuring compliance with HealthNet TPO and donor rules

· Review financial reports with health staff on a monthly basis, recommend actions to correct identified problems to finance team

· Recommend grant and budget revisions and realignments based on program needs to the Senior Public Health Advisor and Head of Finance and Administration.

Staff Management

· Manage, supervise and contribute to capacity-building of staff and CHD officials

· Set performance objectives to directly supervised staff and routinely monitor their performance

· Determine personnel needs for field-level activities, and in coordination wih the Senior Public Health Advisor, develop job descriptions and participate in the recruitment and onboarding process of staff in duty station

· Recommend promotions, disciplinary action and termination of health staff through consultation with the Senior Public Health Advisor and Head of Finance and Administration

· Develop and advise on ongoing education programs for supervised staff.

Coordination and representation

· Ensure integrated programming approach with other sectoral work and staff

· Represent HealthNet TPO in different fora in the scope of the duty station

· Represent HealthNet TPO to other health agencies, including the Ministry of Health (MOH), WHO, and non-governmental organizations, as requested by the Senior Public Health Advisor.

Other

· Respond to the program needs of HealthNet TPO team as appropriate and undertake any delegated responsibilities

RELATIONSHIPS

Reports to: Senior Public Health Advisor**

Supervises: Program staff of the duty station

Coordinates with: Finance and Administration, Logistics and Procurement team**

BACKGROUND AND SKILLS

· Health professional (MD, RN or PA, with an MPH is preferred) with strong public health background

· At least three years’ experience in coordinating and managing health programs in developing countries. Preference is given for candidates with previous experience in South Sudan and under HPF programming

· Background in situation analysis, health assessments and health program cycle management, including the utilization of tools such as the Logical Framework and Theory of Change

· Strong ability to support and build the capacity of national team and government staff

· Experience supervising multi-national staff in a complex and sometimes challenging setting

· Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to live and work under pressure in a remote environment

· Experience in grant management and proposal writing is preferred

· Excellent computer skills: MS Word, Excel, Power-point, Epi-Info/SPSS, DHIS 2, Outlook, etc.

· Fluency in English. Arabic language skills or other languages spoken in South Sudan are an advantage.

· Additional qualities: ability to multitask, ability to handle pressure, flexibility, sense of humor.

ADDITIONAL JOB SPECIFICATIONS

· We offer a fair salary ranging between 3000 and 3200 Euros per month and a competitive package including accommodation, living and holiday allowances

· This is a full-time position, based on a 40-hour work week from Mondays to Fridays (8.00 am to 5.00pm (including 1 hour lunch break)**

· This is a non-dependent position

· Willingness and ability to live in a harsh environment with basic facilities

How to apply:

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should send their applications including a cover letter and a detailed CV in English as a single document with contact details of 3 referees to: recruitment@hntpo.org by 19th August 2021. When applying include the following title in the email subject line: Program Manager South Sudan.

Please note that your application should not exceed 5 pages.

NOTE: Due to the urgency to fill this position, applications will be reviewed on rolling basis until the position is filled that this position may be filled before the deadline.

HealthNet TPO provides equal opportunities for employment. Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Project Delegate (m/f/d) Food Security and Livelihood (FSL), Juba, South Sudan

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Jul 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: German Red Cross
Closing date: 28 Jul 2021

The German Red Cross (GRC) is part of a worldwide community assisting victims of conflicts and disasters and people affected by social or health related crises. The Red Cross / Red Crescent Movement provides vulnerable people with assistance without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions and adheres to the seven Fundamental Principles of the Movement: Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service, Unity and Universality. The German Red Cross assists in disaster response, rehabilitation and capacity building projects internationally on appeals of their sister organisations within the Movement.

GRC is currently seeking a Project Delegate (m/f/d) to support the implementation of a project funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with our partner, the South Sudanese Red Cross (SSRC). The project has a focus on creating livelihood opportunities, increasing food security and promoting communal social cohesion. The delegate is expected to provide technical support in the implementation of livelihood strategies to increase community resilience. The project locations are across four counties in Western Equatoria. GRC has only recently re-opened offices in South Sudan. The FSL delegate is part of a small team, headed by the Country Representative, also based in Juba. The position is subject to the final grant approval by the donor.

Duration: 01.09.2021 for 12 months (extension is possible)
Location: Juba, South Sudan (with regular field trips to project areas in Western Equatoria)

Responsibilities and Tasks:

  • Ensure project implementation in close collaboration with SSRC project team and in line with GRC, SSRC and BMZ guidelines, rules and regulations;
  • Support the SSRC project team establishing activity workplans, indicator-based monitoring plans, etc;
  • Provide technical support to SSRC staff in the field of FSL and social cohesion;
  • Ensure accurate project budgeting, financial management and expenditure tracking according to GRC and donor regulations;
  • Narrative and financial reporting;
  • Ensure visibility and information sharing on the project with all stakeholders, including project beneficiaries, partners and local authorities as well as the donor;
  • Support funding concept notes and drafting of project proposals as required;
  • Contribute to a conducive work environment.

Required Skills:

  • At least 3 years of experience in management of FSL projects in an emergency, recovery and development context (preferably in economic and financial inclusion: vocational and technical education, entrepreneurship, microfinance, etc).
  • Strong analytical skills, with proven experience in assessing livelihoods and food/economic security in an emergency (relief/recovery) context, as well as mainstreaming new concepts and approaches;
  • Proven capacity in operational and structural planning of livelihood-focused development programmes;
  • Experience with conflict-sensitive approaches and/or community-based social cohesion/peacebuilding activities;
  • Experience in training local staff and community volunteers, and provide technical support;
  • Experience in designing with a community-centred approach in mind and communication that enhance accountability to beneficiaries (community engagement and accountability);
  • Proven ability to strengthen cooperation and collaboration of multiple stakeholders, including aid agencies, government authorities, NGOs, and the private sector;
  • Excellent communication skills, the ability to build relationships at all levels, taking into account cultural and language differences;
  • Experience in establishing and following monitoring systems to track progress of implementation and results
  • Relevant project management experience: designing, planning, implementing, monitoring and financial management, narrative and financial reporting;Experience in working with Red Cross / Red Crescent Societies is a strong asset;
  • Oral and written fluency in English; knowledge of German would be an asset;
  • Excellent computer skills (spreadsheets, word-processing, databases and other programs);
  • Readiness to travel to and work in remote areas essential. Experience of living and working in insecure and conflict-affected environments is an asset;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member;
  • Ability and agreement to adhere to the Red Cross Red Crescent Fundamental Principles;
  • Ability to complete a thorough medical screening process ‘working abroad under specific climate and health conditions’;
  • Valid Driving Licence.

The GRC offers you a compensation package according to the collective employment agreement of the GRC as well as an expatriation allowance during your mission. This is a non-family posting. Accommodation will be covered. In addition to a full insurance package (health insurance for residence abroad, private accident insurance, private liability insurance, luggage insurance). The GRC is as well covering a home flight within a 12-month period of assignment, medical check-ups before and after your mission. The briefings in HQ Berlin include Psycho-Social-Support coaching.

How to apply:

Kindly apply by submitting your application by using the GRC online application system DRK HR net (https://drkhrnet.de) until 28th of July 2021.
Please indicate Ref. No. 2021-075 with your application.

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Health Program manager

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Jul 212021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 2 Aug 2021

Health Program Manager National Contract:

The Health Project Manager is responsible for quality programming, reporting, budgeting, planning, implementation and management. The role holder provides overall technical oversight for the Health program in Abyei, Twic and Tonj which include supervision, monitoring & evaluation, finance and human resources, and ensuring donor compliance, Ensure effective involvement of relevant staff and other stakeholders in the planning process as appropriate. Provide management and technical support to health staff of Save the Children and partners at County level as appropriate. Ensure implementation of the agreed plan for the HPF project in compliance with Save the Children strategies and priorities. Ensure effective utilization of agreed M&E tools for monitoring quality and timely programme implementation and accountability. Take lead in coaching, technical advice and other capacity building methodologies or inputs for the national staff and county health department staffs that are implementing the program

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Qualified health professional; MD, Nurse and Clinical officer (MPH preference) with at least five years of relevant health experience preferably in INGOs
  • At least two years of work experience after graduation. Registration with the medical board/council of the country of origin is a must and must be knowledgeable with obstretrical and medical emergemcies to early identify and refer them
  • Excellent management and personnel skills to enable the motivation, encouragement and participation of other health team members.
  • Ability and flexibility to understand the cultural and political environment and to work well with national health personnel in Southern Sudan
  • Ability to assess evolving health needs quickly and calmly work under pressure as required
  • Excellent communication skills, with good spoken and written English and experience in report writing
  • Carry out any other responsibility as may be requested by his or her immediate supervisor.**Desirable**
  • Previous experience within a humanitarian aid organisation is a plus
  • Previous experience working within the region of Southern Sudan
  • Excellent computer skills to allow reporting and representation
  • Knowledge of locally spoken languages will be an added advantage
  • Ability to remain calm and to be diplomatic, both with the local health authorities and with the community as well as fellow staff
  • Good organisational skills, report writing and supervision of other staff

Contract Duration: 5 Months

Location: South Sudan, Juba Office with regular field Travel.

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

  • No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
  • All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
  • Violence against children is no longer tolerated

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

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GBV Social Worker

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Jul 202021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: IsraAID
Closing date: 30 Jul 2021

Job Title: GBV Social Worker

Reports To: Protection Program Manager

Location: Juba/ Kajokeji, South Sudan

Contract Type: Full Time – Local position

Summary

This position is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organization in developing its global humanitarian practices. The GBV Social Worker will be based in Kajokeji/ Juba.

Job Purpose

The Social Worker will assist in the provision of GBV prevention and response activities in project communities. S/he will be involved awareness raising and referral activities. The social worker will be responsible for facilitating training sessions, dialogues and meetings

Duties and Responsibilities.

  • Participate in GBV response, outreach and community dialogue activities to enhance community response and prevention of violence against women and girls.
  • Conduct referrals of vulnerable refugee women and girls to partner agencies and follow up with clients to facilitate access to external services.
  • Monitor GBV trends through data collection, and prepare summaries for reports
  • Assess, identify and analyse community sensitive intervention geared towards building resilience and self-reliance among vulnerable women and girl
  • Conduct training on GBV for Community Focal Points
  • Mentor the community focal points
  • Write weekly reports

4) QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE

  • University degree in Social Sciences (i.e. social work, counselling, sociology, psychology, gender studies, human rights, etc.).
  • At least 2 years of experience in working in the social sector, particularly with IDPs.
  • Experience supervising psychosocial programs, providing psychosocial support or case management, and/or working on gender based violence (GBV) and women’s empowerment.
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills and ability to present ideas effectively, in both oral and written form.
  • Ability to communicate sensitively and without judgment; good diplomatic and persuasion skills.
  • Ability to use good judgment when making decisions and to take accountability for decisions made.
  • Emotional maturity and stability to resolve conflicts in non-violent way and maintain appropriate boundaries.
  • Good interpersonal skills including ability to gain trust and build relationships.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks; proven self-initiative and problem solving abilities.
  • High standard of spoken and written English.
  • Good computer skills including Microsoft Word and Outlook
  • Be able to work in a stressful setting and adapt quickly to changing environments.

5) SKILLS AND ABILITIES

· Ability to live and productively work in insecure, unstable and/or harsh environments.

· Must be able to work independently while being a strong team player with proven supervisory skills.

· Additional qualities: ability to multitask, ability to handle pressure well, ability to improvise, flexibility, cultural and environmental sensitivity.

· Familiar with the issues and cultures in Southern Sudan; and ability to interact with people at all levels, individually and/or in groups.

How to apply:

ssdhr@israaid.org

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Supply Chain Officer

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Jul 152021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 27 Jul 2021

Supply Chain Officer- Asset National Contract

The Supply Chain Officer will provide an overall day-to-day management responsibility support for the administrative, logistics and transport of the Country Office supply Chain Department (Asset and Inventory)*.* The Asset Officer is responsible for SCI property handling and administration as per the set Asset and Inventory management guidelines of managing Program equipment and fixed asset, minimum standard for equipment management as well as the finance Manual. He/she will also be responsible for Asset data base management, properly tracked and documented records.

H/she will also support the Country office in managing administrative functions including office management, security property management, stores and other related support functions. In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly. Responsible for the overall management, tracking, maintenance, recording and reporting of SCI’s fixed assets and inventory items. Ensuring that the office fixed asset and property register list is maintained in line with the SCI’s asset management guideline.

Ensuring that all assets have been issued unique identification numbers and tracked on Asset Register with all required information fully completed including list of accessories, budget code, donor and value and regularly updated whenever transfers, disposal, changes in condition and procurement take place with details of that transfer, disposal captured,.etc.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Diploma in Public or Business Administration, Purchasing, Supplies and Stores Management or related Discipline

  • 1-3 years of progressive responsibility in Supply Chain and administration 1 of which are spent in an international development organization

  • Good organizational and management skills including problem solving;

  • Good verbal and written skills in English;

  • Willingness and ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive manner;

  • Self-motivated and creative;

  • A high level of computer literacy (word, excel, ppt etc)

Desirable

* Representational skills;

* NGO experience an added advantage

* Knowledge of local language spoken in an asset.

Contract Duration: 5 Months

Location: South Sudan, Juba Office

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

  • No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
  • All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
  • Violence against children is no longer tolerated

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

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Logistics, Procurement and Security Manager

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Jul 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany
Closing date: 27 Jul 2021

VSF Germany is an international Non-Governmental Organization, providing humanitarian aid and development assistance to pastoralists and vulnerable communities in areas where livestock is of importance. In the region, VSF Germany implements activities in the Republic of Southern Sudan, Sudan, Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. With support in animal health, agriculture, marketing, food safety, drought responses and mitigation, but also developing the capacity of communities and governmental institutions or initiating diversified income sources towards food security and strengthened livelihoods of pastoralist communities.

VSF Germany seeks to recruit a qualified Logistics and Security Manager to be responsible for ensuring that all Logistics, Security and procurement activities in South Sudan are done in accordance with the required standards and procedures. VSF G expects the role holder to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations and key internal controls within the organization. This position is based in Juba South Sudan with regular field visits in the different States and locations.

Duties and Responsibilities

I. Leadership and operations

· Manage and supervise all VSF G logistics activities, incl. procurement, warehousing, asset management, fleet management and material planning.

· Ensure regular and rigorous supervision of all logistics units to ensure quality and follow up of VSF G procedures and donor compliance.

· Implement and improve logistics management systems and develop systems for internal control

· Coordinate with all programmes and departments, and support as necessary their planning and analysis for improved cost efficiency and timely delivery of assets and services.

· Ensure that VSF Germany participates in relevant country level coordination and cluster mechanisms, and ensure appropriate liaison with national actors and agencies, on issues affecting VSF Germany’s logistical operations and staff safety.

· Be responsible for the continued development and implementation of safety and security systems (incl. policies, plans, procedures) for VSF Germany in South Sudan, especially ensuring staff adherence to these.

· Ensure adequate security training for staff in order to ensure awareness and promote inclusion, participation, and leadership on safety and security among the entire VSF Germany South Sudan team.

· Analyse the overall security situation, threats and trends, in the existing and potential areas of programming, including through conducting regular and ad hoc security assessment missions to field locations.

· Conduct regular visits to VSF Germany sub-offices and project sites to support staff and ensure proper logistics and security procedures and conditions.

· Manage, supervise and secure adequate capacity building of staff in the Logistics and Security department

Requirements

· Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement, Logistics, or Business management

· Relevant education with specialization in Logistics/Supply Chain

· Training is security management is an added advantage.

· At least five years’ relevant experience and demonstrated success managing logistics in structurally limited settings, for an international NGO or non-profit organisation.

· Experience working with safety and security in high risk settings, preferably with an understanding of the NGO perspective on safety and security.

· Experience working in South Sudan is an added advantage.

· Knowledge of key donor funding conditions to ensure compliance is mandatory

· Excellent communication skills, with a high level of proficiency in English

· Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural/multi-national setting

Good computer skills

How to apply:

An interested and qualified candidate who meets the minimum requirement should send the following through recruitment@vsfg.org and copied to juba@vsfg.org on or before 27th July 2021 at 24:59 hours. Indicate on the subject the ‘Logistics, Procurement and Security Manager’. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

Submit a Cover letter for application and updated CV of not more than three pages in one document (with at least three professional referees). Quote salary expectations in the Cover letter.

DON’T SUBMIT copies of transcripts, academic degrees, or recommendation letter as you will provide them upon request only. Only short listed candidates-will be contacted for interviews.

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Food Security and Livelihood Manager – Tonj, South Sudan

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Mercy Corps
Closing date: 30 Jul 2021

About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. To do this, we know our teams do their best work when they are diverse and every team member feels that they belong. We welcome diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be stronger and have long term impact.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps began programming in Sudan in 1985, and has been operating in states of what is now South Sudan since 2005; operations have continued since the independence of South Sudan in 2011. We have been working to meet people’s immediate needs, and with communities, to build local capacity and promote economic development, especially with the eruption of violence in December 2013. Mercy Corps South Sudan’s priority areas are food security and livelihoods (focusing on cash assistance, market-based solutions in agriculture and economic development), WASH and Education. Mercy Corps has been implementing project which combine agricultural, economic development, WASH, Education and other humanitarian interventions to tackle the convulsive crises affecting vulnerable communities. Mercy Corps has worked to build relationships with local government and other actors, which has enhanced our understanding of local contexts and the multiple stakeholders involved.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

Mercy Corps is seeking a dynamic and passionate Food Security and livelihood (FLS) Manager to lead the implementation of anticipated USAID-funded – Food Security and Resilience for a Stable South Sudan (SECURE) project in Warrap, Western Bahr el Ghazel and Unity State. SECURE project is aim at combating secondary impact of Covid-19 especially on food security and livelihoods of targeted households in Wau, Tonj South and Rubkona Counties in South Sudan. SECURE will enable IDPs and vulnerable host community households have access to life-saving cash, WASH and livelihood opportunities, addressing immediate food security needs and preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus within the states of Warrap, Western Bahr el Ghazel and Unity state.

The food Security and Livelihoods Manager is responsible for leading the overall implementation of the SECURE Project, including ensuring that project activities result in positive outcomes for male and female participants of different age groups. S/he will have overall responsibility for program start-up and implementing, while building team members’ and partners’ capacity to integrate a gender and youth perspective into project activities. The Food Security & Livelihoods Manager is a member for the technical oversight and planning unit that works under the supervision of Director of Programs for South Sudan related to this program. This position includes, developing tools for assessment, planning, implementation, monitoring and oversee activities of consortium partners, capacity building of Mercy Corps staff and partners, reporting, and evaluation of the program and preparing periodic reports back to donors, as well as close coordination with other Mercy Corps programs.

The FLS Manager will supervise program staff and ensure accountability to Mercy Corps’ policies and donor rules and regulations. S/he will be the primary representative to donors, relevant government entities, partners, other implementers and external stakeholders.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Strategy and Vision.

  • Develop a clear vision for the program, as well as a clear and effective strategy for program implementation and evaluation and ensure that the vision and mission are aligned with contextual realities;
  • Leading the day-to-day activities of the program, including liaising with key program and consortium partners as well as local authorities to support its successful implementation
  • Value the role of youth and women in development by maximizing their participation and contribution in the Program’s activities.
  • Recognize opportunities for innovative action and create an environment where alternative viewpoints are welcome among program team members and other stakeholders
  • Maintain strong and transparent communication with consortium partners and across technical Teams

Program and Technical Oversight

  • Provide management oversight over the team and implementation partners including development of work plans, sector result chains, intervention designs, sustainability, monitoring implementation and impact, ensuring that program deliverables are implemented on budget and on time.
  • Ensure that program implementation is responsive to communities and partners and consistent with Mercy Corps’ relevant program guidelines, principles, values, quality standards and strategic plan
  • Manage and coordinate with the team, all program activities design and implementation immediate and resilience food security and livelihood interventions including cash transfers, income generating activities, economic activities, Cash for work and WASH intervention.
  • Integrate community approaches, Gender and Youth sensitivity and capacity building into all activities as appropriate
  • Ensure all interventions adhere to Mercy Corps’ Gender Policy, Do No Harm principles, and beneficiary accountability standards

Program Quality and Accountability

  • Ensure the program is sensitive and adaptive to the changing context while in line with best practice.
  • Coordinate with the Country Office and HQ to build systems that promote beneficiary accountability by ensuring that communities participate in assessments and program design;
  • Support staff and partners to ensure that communities are informed about our programs and what we do, are aware of their entitlements, are comfortable to give feedback and that feedback is used to improve the quality of our programs;
  • Ensure integration of M&E and accountability systems that are compliant with relevant standards;
  • Support and inculcate a culture of learning between programs through consistent sharing of M&E processes and systems;
  • Conduct monthly program review meetings and quarterly project level review meeting to review and appraise project implementation progress.

Influence and Representation.

  • Develop and nurture culturally sensitive internal and external relationships and networks to ensure optimum communication and program success
  • Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with donors, government partners, consortium partners and other stakeholders
  • Communicate effectively to ensure overall project targets and donor obligations are met.
  • Participate in relevant strategic fora to share Mercy Corps’ experience and promote thought-leadership

Team Management

  • Develop the capacity of the team, deepen understanding of their roles and assist with career development
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback informally and formally via regular one on ones and performance reviews.
  • Lead capacity development initiatives for project team members, implementing partners through trainings, mentoring and coaching to ensure there is a cohesive understanding of market systems and project implementation approaches
  • Maintain a focus on achieving results and meeting the agreed objectives, and proactively solve problems

Finance and Compliance Management

  • Maintain/upgrade systems ensuring effective and transparent use of financial resources for timely and informative reporting in line with donor and Mercy Corps policies and procedures
  • Prepare procurement plan based on project cycle and ensure all necessary requests (procurement requests, purchase orders, etc.) are accurately prepared and submitted on time.
  • Enhance internal and external compliance through a strong knowledge of donor rules and regulations and supporting incident-reporting mechanisms when needed.
  • Work closely with support functions in Mercy Corps South Sudan to ensure highest compliance and adherence to Mercy Corps policies and procedures
  • Manage grant budgets and work with Finance Team on proper budget management, including, budget development, forecasting and procurement planning, as well as monthly financial reports and BVA reviews.

Security

  • Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by country leadership.
  • Proactively ensure the well-being of team members and ensure they are aware of policies to help manage insecure environments.

Partnership (sub-recipient) management and oversight

  • Consistently engage and communicate with consortium partners to ensure smooth program implementation.
  • Conduct monthly monitoring visit to project locations and provide technical guidance and support
  • Conduct capacity assessment for national NGO and develop capacity building plan
  • Review program narrative and financial reports in accordance with the purpose, terms and conditions of this Subaward.

Organizational Learning

As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.

Accountability to Beneficiaries

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Supervisory Responsibility

Senior FSL Project Officer

Senior ERMS Officer

M&E Officer – CARM/ Safeguarding

Accountability

Reports Directly To: Director of Programs

Works Directly With: SMT, all program staff, both national and expatriate in South Sudan; HQ-based program, operations, recruiting, human resources, finance, and technical support teams

Knowledge and Experience

  • MA/S or equivalent experience in international development, political science, women’s studies, economics, sociology or other relevant field.
  • 5-7 years’ experience in FSL development work including experience in developing and implementing cash transfer standard operating procedures, resilience agriculture training, VSLA/SHG training, gender/youth mainstreaming and engaging in gender advocacy.
  • Demonstrated ability to implement a program, manage a team and develop their capacities.
  • Demonstrated capacity to lead the collection, analysis and utilization of information from a broad range of sources to ensure effective integration of gender and youth concerns throughout the project’s duration. In-depth understanding of gender, age and other socio-cultural factors in the context of food security programming.
  • Experience in South Sudan or other emergency programs in insecure and conflict context states is preferred
  • Strong public speaking and facilitation skills required.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office.

Success Factors

A successful candidate will have a strong technical background and will have demonstrated management of similar projects in the past. S/he will have the capacity to deliver and meet deadlines, be conscientious, with an excellent sense of judgment and have an ability to foster solid working relationships with communities, GOs, INGOs, and NGOs and other stakeholders. S/he will have an ability to work simultaneously on multiple tasks with strong computer literacy and exceptional organizational skills.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

This position is based in Tonj South town, Warrap State of South Sudan with frequent travel to deep-field locations in Tonj South, Wau town and Rubkona Counties. Accommodation in Tonj Soth is could be in common housing facilities. Laundry, filtered water and cooking facilities are provided by Mercy Corps. Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC’s policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Ongoing Learning

In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives.

We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact.

We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work.

Safeguarding & Ethics

Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct e-learning courses upon hire and on an annual basis.

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