Job vacancy post n° CMR/2019-09Deadline: Seven days after publicationThe United Nations sexual and reproductive health agencyJob title: Gender-based Violence ExpertType of Contract: Individual Consultant (IC)
Duty station: BamendaDuration: 7 monthsStart date: 15th June 2019
BackgroundUNFPA’s CO Country Programme Document comprises work in four key components: sexual and reproductive health (SRH), adolescentsexual reproductive health (ASRH), and gender and population dynamics. These components reflect the need for supporting the governmentat various levels to deliver on their ICPD commitments. There are ongoing humanitarian crises in the North West, South West, Far North andEastern Regions of Cameroon. To address these crises, UNFPA Cameroon has put in place a humanitarian response program to complementthe efforts of the broader UN response. This consultancy falls mainly under the humanitarian setting.
Job PurposeUnder the overall supervision of the UNFPA Country Representative, the direct supervision of the Humanitarian Coordinator, and with theguidance of the GBV Coordinator, the National Gender-based Violence (GBV) Expert will work closely with the GBV team in thedevelopment of GBV programming and liaise with the sexual reproductive health (SRH) team on cross-cutting issues. The GBV Expert willcontribute to the associated work to sustain the coverage of the ICPD, as a whole, with a specific focus on humanitarian activities; and toeffectively demonstrate UNFPA’s role in humanitarian response.
Major Activities / Deliverables Ensure that the minimum standards for Prevention and Response to Gender-based Violence are implemented in our direct programs,with our implementing and operational partners Provide guidance and support to implementing and operational partners on Humanitarian Guiding Principles, GBV Case Management,PSEA, Safe Referral and other key responses to GBV in the humanitarian setting Participate and represent UNFPA in humanitarian program-related meeting and liaise with partner organizations Undertake analysis of trends, gaps and challenges in addressing major issues in GBV in emergency settings; provide regular feedbackto the Humanitarian Team on changing humanitarian dynamics at the regional level Monitor, evaluate and report overall achievements of technical indicators in the UNFPA GBV program, including data in both thedevelopment and humanitarian settings Assist in advocacy by preparing relevant documentation, (i.e. project summaries, conference papers, donor profiles and participating indonor meetings and public information events) as assigned by the humanitarian coordinator Report monthly on progress on all GBV programs in the regions to the Humanitarian Coordinator, which include updates on the situationand emergency human security issues Perform other relevant duties and assist with other GBV tasks as required from the country office, the regional office and other entities
Work RelationsThe consultant will work closely with the international and national humanitarian technical teams. She/he will create synergies between thenexus of development and humanitarian response.
Job RequirementsEducation: Master’s degree in Gender, Psychology, Social Work, Law, Public Health or Medical Sciences.
Knowledge and ExperienceShe/he will have a minimum of 3 years of progressively relevant experience implementing the minimum humanitarian standards for Preventionand Response to Gender-based Violence and liaising with counterparts in SRH and other cross-cutting sectors. The candidate will beexperienced working with government institution and donor organizations and be familiar with cross-cutting issues on populations, sexualreproductive health, and youth. Familiarity with UNFPA/UN country operations and procedures is an asset.Strong English language skills and French are required
ApplicationApplications (English or French) must bear the title of the position and be sent no later than 7 days after the publication. They must be completeand contain a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, photocopies of diplomas and certificates, and the United Nations P11 form and sent by email tothe attention of: email@example.com. All documentation must be sent as one attachment in pdf format only.The P11 form can be downloaded in the link: http://www.unfpa.org/resources/p11-un-personal-history-form
1. UNFPA is an organization that actively promotes equal opportunities and gender2. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted;3. There are no fees to pay, either at the time of application or after.4. In terms of recruitment, UNFPA does not discriminate against the HIV / AIDS status of candidatesValues:● Exemplifying integrity● Demonstrating commitment to UNFPA and the UN system● Embracing cultural diversity● Embracing changeCore Competencies:● Achieving results● Being accountable● Developing and applying professional expertise/ business acumen● Thinking analytically and strategically● Workings in teams/ managing ourselves and our relationships● Communicating for impactManagerial Competencies:● Providing strategic focus on data analysis as related to reproduction health, population and development and gender.● Engaging internal/ external partners and stakeholders● Leading, developing and empowering people/ creating a culture of performance● Making decisions and exercising judgmentFunctional Skill Set:● Advocacy/ Advancing a policy-oriented agenda relevant to effective use of data for programming and decision making● Leveraging the resources of national governments and partners/ building strategic alliances and partnerships● Delivering results-based programme● Internal and external communication and advocacy for results mobilization
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