وظائف شاغرة لدى منظمة كير الدولية في التخصصات التالية

الثلاثاء، 27 مارس 2018



تعلن منظمة  Care International في عمان عن حاجتها الى :

Deputy Gender and Protection Program Manager


JOB SUMMARY:

The Deputy Gender and Protection Manager will be based in Amman and will report to the Protection Program Manager.  He or she will be responsible for supporting CARE’s remotely-managed gender and protection work in southern Syria – programs focused on both the establishment of protection activities and protection mainstreaming within existing programs. Under the guidance of the Protection Manager and with ongoing input from technical gender and protection experts, the Deputy will lead on day-to-day communication with field teams and providing general guidance on field activities implemented by partners.  S/he will contribute to the development of training/capacity building materials, and will be directly responsible for conducting training sessions and providing coaching and mentoring to partner staff and consultants on the ground. S/he will work closely with other units to support routine program management activities, such as financial tracking, and procurement and logistics processes. The Deputy will coordinate closely with CARE’s monitoring and evaluation team to ensure ongoing program monitoring and documentation, and will contribute to report writing and program/proposal development as needed.

Specifically, with support from the Protection Manager and technical experts, the Deputy will provide partners with knowledge on organizing participatory sessions to examine topics such as coping with distressing events, inclusion, child marriage, mitigation of sexual and gender-based violence, intimate partner violence, self-protection of people at risk, changing gender roles, positive parenting and access and control of resources in the home. The Deputy Gender and Protection Manager will also support the establishment, through local implementing partners, of non-technical psychosocial support groups for women, men, boys and girls to review and discuss their experiences and improve their ability to protect themselves from conflict and create better home lives.

In addition, the Deputy Gender and Protection Manager will help to establish reporting mechanisms for partners on protection against sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), and will be engaged in external protection coordination activities. The position will be 80% dedicated to the South Syria protection activities and 20% dedicated to support in other gender and humanitarian programming, including mainstreaming, as and when necessary.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

Job Responsibility #1: Program Management and Implementation:

·         Coordinate daily activities with partners and consultants in the field
·         Liaise with appropriate program support departments, including logistics, procurement and finance to ensure program is meeting associated requirements and regulations
·         Manage partner relationships, including overseeing partner budget management and work plan tracking
·         Support with Developing/translation of documents, qualitative assessment data, and other documents as needed
·         Work with other program teams to ensure that protection and gender are adequately mainstreamed into all activities

30% of Time


Job Responsibility #2: Capacity Building

·         Participate in identifying capacity needs of partners and work closely with Partnerships Coordinator and Gender and Protection Manager to develop and implement capacity building plans to meet those needs
·         Facilitate remote trainings and in-person sessions if/when possible
·         Support the development of trainings tools and materials
·         Provide ongoing coaching and mentoring support through daily contact with partner field and HQ staff
·         Work with program support teams to familiarize local implementing partners with the systems, procedures, rules and compliance obligations of CARE and donors
·         Coordinate with other actors working in the protection sector to ensure the development of harmonized and capacity building tools and approaches, and contribute to joint capacity building sessions

30% of Time


Job Responsibility #3: Assessments and Information Management

·         Develop data collection and analysis tools as needed
·         Support the ongoing collection and analysis of program and contextual data from the field
·         Support gender and protection-related needs assessments and research implementation as needed, and contribute to drafting and disseminating reports and key findings

5% of Time


Job Responsibility #4: Program Development and Reporting

·         Prepare inputs for CARE sitreps and monthly program progress and the protection sector reports.
·         Contribute to donor reporting through preparation of programmatic updates and reviewing relevant monitoring data
·         Gather data from partners to inform program and proposal development; support the development of proposals and budgets
·         Support other program teams to ensure gender and protection are effectively mainstreamed by identifying specific, concrete actions that can be taken within ongoing activities
·         Review the main Grant Monthly financial report, BVA-Budget versus Actual –and the transaction list
·         Draft the Grant detailed implementation plan and update it on a monthly basis.

20% of Time


Job Responsibility#5: Coordination

·         Prepare inputs for coordination meetings (4Ws and programmatic updates)
·         Support external representation as needed, especially in meetings with operational partners, other actors working in the sector, and donors as needed

5%


Responsibility #6: Emergency Response/Staff Security

·         Take a lead role in facilitating timely, quality administrative support function delivery in the time of emergency response
·         Guide and support management on partner security concerns
·         Promote a safe and secure work environment; foster a safety and security culture; and ensure consistent application of, and compliance with, CARE Jordan safety and security policies and procedures.

5% of Time

 

Job Responsibility #7: Other Duties as Assigned
5%


QUALIFICATIONS

A.   Education / Training
Required:
·      Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Social Science, Public Administration, Business Administration, Developmental Studies)
·      Certification/training in gender and protection mainstreaming

Desired:
·      Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Development studies or other related fields or combination of relevant education and experience relevant to the job.
·      Certification/training in PSEA, psycho-social support

B.   Experience Required:
·         3-5 years of experience in project management in a development/humanitarian setting
·         Strong experience in capacity building and training
·         Understanding of the key principles of gender, protection and the varying psychosocial needs of women, men, boys and girls living in areas of conflict.
·         A proven record of effective project management, including project planning and managing a budget

Desired:
·         Experience working with and supporting implementing partners
·         Experience in protection-specific activities in a humanitarian context
·         Experience in delivering psychosocial support and/or referral pathways and case management for survivors of GBV.
·         Experience in remote management
·         Past experience with coordination and the UN system
                                                                                                         

C.   Managerial Know How 
     
Involves integrating and harmonizing requirements of diverse functions in operating, support, and administrative situations. It may be exercised through consultation as well as direct action; Management requires a combination of planning, organizing, controlling, and reviewing along with direct and indirect execution. Choose one of the following: Task; Minimal; Related; Diverse; Broad.

This position requires Minimal managerial know-how: Operational or conceptual integration or coordination of activities that are relatively homogeneous in nature.


D.   Skills Required

  • Strong analytical skills, and ability to design and direct research, needs assessments, and evaluations
·         Understanding of gender in humanitarian contexts, protection and the psychosocial needs of populations in crisis.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Demonstrated experience in staff training and coaching
  • Outstanding organizational skills
  • Excellent documentation skills in English and Arabic
·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and writing)
·         Strong team player skills and experienced collaborator
·         Effective negotiation and representation skills

E.      Human relations skills 

Consists of active practicing skills in the area of human relationships. In the work context Human Relations Skills include all capabilities that are needed to interact on a direct person-to-person basis, and through varied approaches build understanding of, acceptance of, or commitment to, courses of action that are important for the organization. These skills may be applied in relation to peers, subordinates or peers within the organization, or to people outside the organization.  Human relations skills could be Basic, Important (Influencing) or Critical (See Guidelines for definitions).

 The Human Relations Skills for this position are designated as Basic.



COMPETENCIES

CARE Core Competencies:
·         Respect - Behaving in a manner that reflects a true belief in and appreciation for the dignity and potential of all human beings. Gaining other people’s confidence and setting an environment of trust and openness.
·         Integrity - Maintaining social, ethical, and organizational norms; firmly adhering to codes of conduct and ethical principles inherent to CARE.
·         Commitment to Service – this competency is woven throughout all aspects of the employee’s performance.
·         Excellence - Setting high standards of performance for self and/or others; assuming responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; self-imposing standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed; ensuring interactions and transactions are ethical and convey integrity.
·         Diversity - Promoting, valuing, respecting and fully benefiting from each individual’s unique qualities, background, race, culture, age, gender, disability, values, lifestyle, perspectives or interests; creating and maintaining a work environment that promotes diversity.

Other desired Competencies:

·         Building Commitment - Using appropriate interpersonal styles and techniques to gain acceptance of ideas or plans; modifying one’s own behavior to accommodate tasks, situations, and individuals involved.
·         Collaboration – Working effectively and cooperatively with others towards shared goals, establishing and maintaining principle centered working relationships.
·         Customer Focus - Making customers and their needs a primary focus of one’s actions; developing and sustaining productive customer relations.
·         Building Partnerships - Identifying opportunities and establishing effective strategic relationships between one’s area and other areas, teams, departments, units, or external organizations to help achieve CARE’s objectives.
·         Information Monitoring – Setting up ongoing procedures to collect and review information needed to manage an organization or ongoing activities within it.


PROBLEM SOLVING

Thinking Environment: considers the rules, instructions, practices, precedents, standards, principles, policies, goals, and objectives that create the context in which a job is authorized to deal with unusual situations. It describes the degree of freedom permitted to the job to initiate the thinking process as a result of external conditions, as well as internal conditions of the organization. Choose one of the following:  Strict Routine, Routine, Semi-Routine, Standardized, Clearly Defined, Broadly Defined, Generally Defined or Abstractly Defined

This position requires Generally Defined thinking environment

Thinking Challenge: describes the situation, nature and degree of difficulty of mental effort required to come to conclusions, make decisions, provide answers, or discover new things. Choose one of the following: Repetitive, Patterned, Interpolative, Adaptive or Unchartered.

This position requires Adaptive thinking challenge

ACCOUNTABILITY

Is the answerability for actions and for their consequences It is the measured effect of the job or position on end results It has three dimensions in the following order of importance: Freedom to Act; Impact on End Results; and Magnitude.

A) Freedom to Act is the degree to which personal or procedural control and guidance for work (or lack thereof) exists. This is a function of the organizational framework, the personnel and policy direction, and the flows, processes, and systems that are established in the organization. Choose one of the following: Limited; Prescribed; Controlled; Standardized; Regulated; Clearly Directed; Generally Directed; Guided; or Strategically Guided. (See Guidelines for definitions).

·       This position would be designated as Standardized

B) Impact on End Results considers the principal nature of the job’s influence on end results, which ranges from very direct control to very indirect support. Choose the Impact category that reflects the basic purpose of the job most clearly. Ancillary; Contributory; Shared; Primary (See Guidelines for definitions).

·       This position would be Contributory

C) MagnitudeFinancial: What parts of CARE’s revenue and/or expenses are impacted by the job’s primary goals? Use current fiscal year amounts. e.g. project budget, fundraising or contract goal, budget managed or monitored, donations processed, purchases made, contracts negotiated/signed, benefits costs.

·       What is the $/EUR amount related to job’s primary goals?000000
·       What is the $/EUR amount of signing authority for this position? 0000000

CONTACTS/KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

List the primary external and internal relationships, which the employee is expected to maintain. State the purpose of these interactions.

Position Title
Relationship Purpose
Gender and Protection Manager
Supervisor
CARE Jordan South Syria humanitarian programming team
  Peer – provides technical support to their units.
  Collaborate on joint planning


Project Managers and field teams
Provide them with technical support, get inputs from them
  
  





  
 


WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Travel: the position will be based in Amman
  • Safety and Security: CARE’s Safety and Security Officer is available for advice and guidance.