UNFPA Gender Based Violence in Emergency Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Specialist Jobs 2022 Ethiopia

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UNFPA Gender Based Violence in Emergency Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Specialist Jobs 2022 employment advertisement is published on 12 May 2022. Candidates can apply via online by 17 May 2022.

UNFPA EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISEMENT
Organization Name United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)
Type of Organization NGO
Date Posted 12 May 2022
Closing Date 17 May 2022
Position Gender Based Violence in Emergency Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Specialist
Total Vacancy N/A
Apply Process Online
Country Ethiopia

UNFPA Gender Based Violence in Emergency Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Specialist Jobs 2022

The United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) seeks suitable applicants for the position below at the Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  • Employment Type: Full-Time.
  • Education: Master’s degree.
  • Experience: At least seven years
  • Language: Fluency in oral and written English is required.
  • Duty Station: Addis Ababa
  • Contract Duration: N/A
  • Remuneration: As Per Rules.

Other Requirements / Information:

  • Advanced degree (Master’s degree) specializing in social work, public health, gender, law/human rights, international relations, and other related social science disciplines.
  • At least seven years of specialized experience in GBV Programming at the international level, a minimum of 2 of which are in the humanitarian context.
  • Experience in PSEA is a must.
  • Experience in coordination and liaison with government counterparts and other stakeholders, including NGOs and communities
  • Proven relevant experience in working as a GBV Prevention and Response Program manager
  • Demonstrated leadership and management experience within a multinational and multicultural environment.
  • Excellent understanding of human rights-based and participatory approach.
  • Proven experience in survivors-centred approach
  • Experience in capacity development/training.
  • Practical experience in GBV case management and referral
  • Experience in developing SOPs, guidelines, and tools for GBViE response and prevention interventions.
  • Direct experience providing support to GBV survivors is an asset.
  • Proven communications and inter-personal skills, IT literacy, as well as organizational skills and time-management
  • Good understanding of international GBV best practices and guidelines
  • Experience providing direct services to GBV survivors

The Position:

The Gender-Based Violence in Emergency/Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Specialist (GBVie/PSEA) post is located in Addis Ababa. Under the direct supervision of the Humanitarian Programme Coordinator, the GBV/PSEA specialist provides leadership and advice to the Country Office (CO) on all aspects related to planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of CO GBV/PSEA activities. In addition, the GBV/PSEA will supervise the staff under the GBV in the Emergency sub-unit in Addis Ababa and provide technical support to all GBV in emergency programming staff across the country.

How to Apply?

  • Note: Before you apply, please download (link is given below) the full advertisement and read it carefully.
  • Interested candidates can fill the online application form by visiting official website. Candidates have to visit at https://www.unfpa.org/jobs/gender-based-violence-emergencyprotection….. to fill the application.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
  • The closing date: 17 May 2022
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