Child Protection Specialist Job 2023 at Kigali by UNICEF

Child Protection Specialist Job 2023 at Kigali by UNICEF Career. UNICEF, an international NGO operating in Rwanda, is currently searching for a highly qualified Child Protection Specialist to join their team.

Child Protection Specialist Job 2023 at Kigali by UNICEF

UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children’s Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide.

Vacancy Post Name:

  • Child Protection Specialist (Monitoring and Evaluation)

Number of Vacant Post

  • 01 (One)

Organization Name:

  • United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

Last Date to Apply

  • 14th March 2023

Job Location

  • Kigali, Rwanda

Employment Type

  • Full-time

Job No

  • 559842

Contract Type

  • Temporary Appointment, Consultant

Education Requirement:

  • Advanced university degree in international development, human rights, social work, social sciences or other relevant field.

Experience Required

  • 5 years of experience in programme monitoring and evaluation (qualitative and quantitative), in development and emergency contexts
  • Demonstrated knowledge of child protection programming
  • Experience in capacity building efforts on monitoring and evaluation

Key activities & Duties:

  • Support rapid assessments on child protection, including integration of child protection in multi-sectoral assessments. This includes adaptation of data collection tools in collaboration with partners, support to training of facilitators, technical support to data collection and analysis, and review of reports.
  • Develop monitoring and evaluation framework for child protection programmes, in collaboration with programme colleagues and partners, and guide programme monitoring efforts, in line with Humanitarian Performance Monitoring system and Level 3 monitoring on Strategic Result Areas, building on existing monitoring mechanisms as appropriate.
  • Review monitoring and evaluation aspects of Project Cooperation Agreements and work with Child Protection Information Manager to ensure that relevant information is collected and reported for decision making purposes and for inclusion in Situation Reports.
  • Work closely with Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Section and other Programme Sections to ensure that office wide monitoring and evaluation initiatives  and those in particular sectors incorporate and/or address child protection concerns where relevant, and liaise with Child Protection Information Manager (under the Child Protection sub-cluster), OCHA and other partners to ensure collaboration on monitoring and evaluation of child protection across the sector to the greatest extent possible.
  • Support capacity building needs on child protection monitoring and evaluation within the CO and among relevant partners and provide technical support to other child protection monitoring and evaluation initiatives as necessary.

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