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Join Our Team as a Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Specialist at Handicap International – Humanity & Inclusion: Empowerment Champion!

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Handicap International – Humanity & Inclusion

At Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion, we are dedicated to fostering a culture of inclusion and diversity within our organization. This commitment is reflected in our disability policy, which aims to promote the integration and inclusion of individuals with disabilities.

We prioritize creating an accessible and supportive environment for all candidates. If you require any special accommodations, including during the initial interview stage, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

Job Context

Handicap International Regional Programme (Mashriq) oversees operations in five different countries (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Iraq). Our program encompasses emergency response, mine action, and development, with a strong emphasis on continuity and resilience. In 2024, we anticipate a total program volume of €15M, with a team of 350 staff members and 150 volunteers.

Our interventions focus on five main sectors: rehabilitation, inclusive education, early child development, BaNEREI (basic needs, economic recovery, and economic inclusion), and armed violence reduction. Additionally, we are managing an emergency response in Palestine.

Your Mission

Reporting to the Technical Head of Program (THoP) for the Regional Program MASHRIQ, and collaborating closely with the THoPs for Syria and Yemen, as well as Global specialists in SRHR and Protection, the Inclusive SRHR Field Technical Specialist plays a vital role in advancing Humanity & Inclusion’s mandate and 10-year strategy in the realm of inclusive sexual and reproductive health and rights, including inclusive GBV. You will ensure the optimal quality and impact of projects across our operational countries, utilizing a delegation system with effective control mechanisms. You will also share responsibility with all Handicap International managers for the organization’s overall management and successful operation, championing paradigm shifts where necessary.

Focus Area

Mission 1: Expertise

  • Align regional strategies with global strategies Provide technical support to projects and project teams according to global technical frameworks and standards within your expertise.
  • Facilitate knowledge transfer from projects.
  • Ensure technical quality control and monitoring of Handicap International activities in assigned programs, adhering to Handicap International Project Quality Policy and Project Quality Framework.
  • Ensure technical propositions are in line with nexus stakes, bridging development and humanitarian contexts.
  • Contribute to the development of research and innovation projects in the region within your sectorial scope.
  • Contribute to the development and dissemination of the “professional channel” within the Technical Divisions, focusing on competencies and expertise

Mission 2: Influence

  • Enhance local external prestige and influence of Handicap International expertise within your sector: Represent HI’s technical expertise in relevant local networks within your sector.
  • Contribute to advocacy messages on specific themes aligned with global advocacy priorities Support local communication messages in line with global communication priorities.
  • Enhance projects’ learning and improvement through Lesson Learned and Evaluation activities.
  • Establish collaborative working relationships with OPDs, the Ministry of Health, and key SRHR stakeholders in various countries by sharing information on project activities, lessons learned, and best practices

Mission 3: Business Development

  • Facilitate the development of major opportunities or new projects within the region within your sectorial scope (alongside other team members): Conduct context analysis within your sectorial scope.
  • Assist in the design and writing of new projects within the region and, when requested, in other countries within the Geographic Division.
  • Identify and capitalize on major opportunities within the region within your expertise.
  • Contribute to the conception of major projects (across multiple countries or within one theme) or new projects within the region.
  • Identify and cultivate local partnerships and/or consortiums with OPDs (especially youth and women-led OPDs), NGOs, institutions, or other organizations on technical priorities within your sectorial scope

Position Characteristics at Handicap International

The security situation for NGO workers in Lebanon is relatively stable, with professional and living conditions remaining permissive. However, the country has been grappling with a political, economic, and social crisis since October 2019, leading to increased levels of criminal activity and theft risks. Additionally, tensions stemming from the conflict in Gaza have resulted in demonstrations and temporary street closures across various cities. Escalating tensions between Israel and Hezbollah have notably heightened security concerns in border communities of southern Lebanon.

Despite these challenges, the Lebanese people maintain their reputation for hospitality, offering a relatively comfortable environment for foreigners. Opportunities for internal tourism and recreational activities are available. However, periodic power cuts and roadblocks may disrupt daily life, requiring adaptability and respect for local customs and traditions.

Your Profile

  • Master’s degree in public health or relevant field with a focus on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in international development or emergency and post-crisis settings, with technical roles
  • Experience working in complex environments and collaborating with national stakeholders at all levels, including in emergency contexts
  • At least 3 years’ experience in project management
  • Proven track record in GBV protection programming and integrated approaches
  • Strong background in disability, gender, and age-based violence programming
  • Extensive experience in advocacy and strategy development at ministerial and/or working group levels
  • Proficiency in establishing Communities of Practice or similar mutual learning mechanisms (desirable)
  • Willingness to travel to project countries (Lebanon, Syria, Yemen) and Jordan
  • Fluent in English; Arabic proficiency preferred

Conditions

Handicap International offers competitive conditions tailored to your commitment and the mission’s context: https://www.hi.org/en/join-the-team

  • 2-year international contract starting immediately
  • Social cover including unemployment insurance benefits (for EU nationals), pension scheme, and medical coverage with 50% employee contribution
  • Repatriation insurance covered by Handicap International
  • Salary starting from €2757 gross/month based on experience
  • Per diem of €758.30 net/month paid in the field
  • 25 days of paid leave per year
  • Rest and recuperation (R&R) of 5 days every 3 months, unaccompanied
  • Coverage of travel costs (air ticket & visa) and transportation of personal effects
  • Child allowance of €100 per month per child (from the second child) paid in the field
  • Open to couples, with support for accompanying dependent travel costs and health/repatriation insurance if the dependent has no income
  • Individual housing provided by Handicap International

Application Instructions

To apply, please email us at hi.jobs@hi.org.

Attach your CV and cover letter to the email, and be sure to specify the position title in the subject line.

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United Nations (UN)- Strategic Deputy Security Adviser Championing Safety: Apply now!

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United Nations (UN)

The United Nations (UN), established in 1945, comprises 193 Member States and operates under the principles outlined in its founding Charter. The organization’s headquarters are located in New York City. Endowed with authority by its Charter and distinguished by its international scope, the United Nations is empowered to address a wide array of critical issues facing humanity in the 21st century.

These include but are not limited to peace and security, climate change, sustainable development, human rights, disarmament, terrorism, humanitarian and health crises, gender equality, governance, and food security.

The United Nations (UN) serves as a platform for Member States to voice their perspectives within various bodies such as the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, and other committees. Through facilitating dialogue and hosting negotiations, the United Nations plays a pivotal role in fostering consensus among governments and collaboratively addressing global challenges.

Job Opportunity Details

  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Qualification: MBA/MSc/MA
  • Location: Abuja
  • Job Field: NGO/Non-Profit, Security/Intelligence

Responsibilities of the Deputy Security Adviser

The Deputy Security Adviser, within their delegated authority, may be responsible for the following duties:

Advising and Representing the Chief Security Adviser

  • Serves as Adviser to the Designated Official and Security Management System organizations on security risk management matters, security policy, and procedures in the absence of the Chief Security Adviser.
  • Serves as a member of the Security Management Team in the absence of the Chief Security Advisor.

Forecasting and Planning

  • Supports the Chief Security Advisor in forecasting the evolving security environment and the security and operational responses.
  • Using analytical techniques and collaborative team research, supports planning and ensures awareness of current trends to enhance or adjust security programs.
  • Ensures the development of inclusive risk management strategies and drives planning using situational awareness, critical thinking, and logic to detect and interpret early signals, emerging trends, and analysis of multi-dimensional threats that may impact security.
  • Identifies the strengths and weaknesses of different solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.

Security Risk Management

  • Ensures the preparation, review, and implementation of security planning, security risk management documents, and risk management-based security solutions through innovation and creativity.
  • Provides written analysis of security trends and reporting of incidents.
  • Participates in meetings, committees, and task forces, prepares papers on security issues, delivers briefings, provides responses, as needed or directed by the Chief Security Advisor.
  • Advises on the inclusion of security in all stages of the activities and programs.
  • Provides advice and support to line managers responsible for security.
  • Enables the delivery of mandates and programs  through direct operational assistance.

Project Management

  • Oversees security-related projects, prioritizing work to meet deadlines and following defined processes, policies, procedures, and guidance, fostering alignment with colleagues and across organizations.
  • Monitors and contributes to activities that relate to the implementation and evaluation of preparedness and compliance; drives results that help support operational efficiency and effectiveness.

Collaboration and Communication

  • Enhances communication and trust through active collaboration, consultation, and exchanges with the system organizations and other stakeholders, for information sharing, coordination of responses, provision of security briefings, taking into account operational activities and risks.
  • Collaborates closely with peers and colleagues, non-governmental organizations, diplomatic missions, and Host Government representatives.

Training and Capacity Building

  • Strengthens awareness and capacity of personnel by supporting the development, updates, and delivery of contextually relevant security training and advice.

Security Surveys and Assessments

  • Ensures the conduct of security surveys and assessments, creatively leveraging tools and processes, identifying, and recommending simple, reasonable, inclusive, effective, and efficient security measures, including when there is incomplete, contradictory and/or fluid information.

Security Communication System

  • Ensures implementation and maintenance of a functioning United Nations Security Communication System.

Budget, Finance, and Logistics

  • Ensures conduct of budget, finance, and logistical planning for the security office and participation in relevant administration, finance, and logistics forums.
  • Supports resource mobilization.

Team Management

  • Supports the Chief Security Advisor to lead and manage the security team, anticipate human resources needs through workforce planning, assesses performance and support the development security personnel under his/her supervision.

Mainstreaming Gender, Diversity, and Inclusion

  • Ensures implementation of departmental approaches to mainstreaming gender, diversity, and inclusion into all aspects of the work as well as ensuring the implementation of people-centered security risk management approaches considering specific threats or vulnerabilities of personnel and adapting practices and measures in support of diversity and inclusion.

Humanitarian Access

  • Ensures effective humanitarian access arrangements to facilitate delivery operations particularly in hard to reach areas.

Other Functions

  • Performs other functions as directed.

Education Requirements for the Deputy Security Adviser Position at United Nations (UN).

The Deputy Security Adviser position requires the following educational qualifications:

Advanced University Degree

  • An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in one of the following fields is required:
    • Business or public administration
    • Political/social science
    • Psychology
    • Criminal justice
    • Law
    • International relations
    • Security management
    • A related field

Equivalent Combination of Education and Experience

  • A relevant first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Diploma from Police or Military Education Institution

  • A first-level university degree may be substituted with a diploma from a police or military education institution, college, or academy obtained over a minimum of a three-year period.

Application Procedure
To submit your application, please click on the following link:

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Save the Children Nigeria-Compliance Specialist (Incident Response) Impactful Opportunity!

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Save the Children Nigeria

Save the Children, a premier independent organization dedicated to children in need, operates in over 120 countries. Our mission is to save children’s lives, advocate for their rights, and empower them to reach their full potential.

In Nigeria, where one in five children doesn’t reach their fifth birthday and many are deprived of education, we strive to make a difference. With approximately 40% of children missing out on schooling and having to work for survival, and nearly 2 million children orphaned by AIDS, our work is crucial.

We are currently seeking a qualified individual for the following position:

Job Title: Compliance Specialist (Incident Response)
Job ID: 7559
Location: Abuja
Employment Type: Contract
Contract Length: One (1) year, renewable
Job Category: Finance
Reports To: Deputy Director Program Operations
Grade: 3
Team: Risk and Compliance

Join us in our efforts to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children in Nigeria.

Child Safeguarding: Level 3

At Level 3, the individual in this role will have regular or intensive contact with children and/or young people due to their involvement in country programs, visits to country programs, or responsibility for staff police checking/vetting processes.

Role Purpose

As the Compliance Specialist reporting directly to the Head of Internal Control & Compliance (HICC), you will be responsible for investigating allegations related to fraud, waste, abuse, corruption, beneficiary exploitation and abuse, and other misconduct. Your role involves supporting Save the Children International (SCI) programs in maintaining vigilance against violations of SCI’s Code of Professional Conduct and Policies, laws/regulations, and enhancing complaint mechanisms and investigative capabilities.

Collaboration with various SCI functional areas and programs is essential to assist partners, sub-grantees, and other agencies in fostering a work environment that mitigates fraud and misconduct risks while ensuring adherence to organizational policies. Your engagement will extend to teams within the country program, SCI Regional Office, Global Assurance, and relevant centers for comprehensive support in these areas.

Role Scope

Reports to: Head of Internal Control & Compliance (HIC&C)
Dotted Line to: None
Staff reporting to this post: None

Key Areas of Accountability

  1. Conduct thorough investigations into alleged fraud, corruption, and policy violations with objectivity and adherence to international investigative standards and SCI guidelines.
  2. Prioritize, plan, and execute investigative tasks in consultation with the HIC&C, develop investigative plans and terms of reference, and maintain comprehensive records of complaints and allegations.
  3. Produce high-quality investigative reports, including TORs, preliminary inquiry reports, work plans, and case closing memoranda, ensuring clarity, compliance with policies, and minimal revisions.
  4. Develop investigation strategies, review and analyze information, conduct interviews, gather evidence, and present findings cohesively in written reports.
  5. Collaborate with the HIC&C and relevant stakeholders to prepare reports and briefs related to investigations.
  6. Propose corrective actions and enhancements to operational controls and efficiency, based on investigative findings.
  7. Provide investigation training to CO staff, both remotely and in person, to support investigative processes.
  8. Contribute to the refinement of compliance best practices and share insights from investigative activities.
  9. Update the HIC&C on the progress of corrective action implementation by management.
  10. Ensure lessons learned are integrated into policies and procedures, and engage in fraud awareness and training initiatives.
  11. Serve as the CO Fraud Focal Point (Incident Management) as required.
  12. Enhance professional practices within the Internal Control & Compliance (ICC)/Fraud Function through knowledge exchange with team members and external partners.
  13. Fulfill any other delegated responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications and Experience Required at Save the Children Nigeria

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, Law, International Relations, Criminal Justice, or related fields. Additional certification in Fraud Management (e.g., CFE) is advantageous.
  • Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, with at least 2 years in an NGO setting.
  • Experience in non-profit, NGO, or grant-supported organizations, as well as regional/international organizations or inspector general functions within government entities, is beneficial.
  • Proficiency in conducting various investigations, including fraud, collusion, corruption, vendor/supplier misconduct, safeguarding, and other types of inquiries in challenging environments.
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating with investigation teams in remote or insecure locations.
  • Skilled in examining forensic, financial, and electronic evidence.
  • Extensive background in conducting interviews in multicultural settings.
  • Proficient in fraud investigation report writing and documentation.
  • Competent in fraud awareness and case investigation management.
  • Strong computer skills, particularly in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Skills and Behaviors (Values in Practice)

Accountability:

  • Takes responsibility for decisions, resource management, and upholding Save the Children values.
  • Ensures accountability within the team and partners, empowering them to deliver effectively, providing necessary support for improvement, and applying appropriate consequences for unmet objectives.

Ambition:

  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same.
  • Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others.
  • Future-oriented, thinks strategically and on a global scale.

Collaboration:

  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, Members, external partners, and supporters.
  • Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.

Creativity:

  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions.
  • Streamlines bureaucracy and fosters an entrepreneurial approach.

Integrity:

  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency, builds trust and confidence.
  • Demonstrates consistently excellent judgment and maintains confidentiality.

Application Closing Date

May 29, 2024 (03:10 PM)

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should apply through the designated channels provided by Save the Children.

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Red Cross (ICRC) Recruitment Opportunity: Over 20 Positions Open, Apply Now Online.

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Red Cross (ICRC) Recruitment

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is a highly esteemed organization dedicated to offering assistance and safeguarding individuals in conflict zones and other hostile environments. For those seeking a meaningful career, delving into the job opportunities could mark a significant initial stride.

This piece will delve into the employment prospects and guide you on the application process.

ICRC Job Opportunities

The ICRC provides a wide array of job openings tailored to individuals with diverse skills and experiences. If you have a background in healthcare, engineering, logistics, law, communication, or administration, there is likely a role that aligns with your expertise.

Benefits of Working with Red Cross (ICRC)

Working with the Red Cross, particularly the ICRC, offers a multitude of advantages:

  • Contribution to Global Humanitarian Efforts: Opportunity to support vulnerable populations worldwide.
  • Cultural Diversity and Personal Growth: Exposure to various cultures and environments that foster personal development.
  • Impactful Work: Chance to make a tangible difference in the lives of those affected by crises.
  • Professional Development: Access to tailored training programs aimed at enhancing skills for humanitarian work.

Benefits of Working at ICRC

  • Attractive Compensation and Benefits: Competitive packages and comprehensive benefits.
  • Collaborative Environment: Encourages teamwork and innovation.
  • Career Growth: Opportunities for advancement within a respected organization.
  • Global Network: Access to professionals and resources for personal and professional development.
  • Fulfilling Work: Serving a noble cause and aiding those in need.
  • Recognition: Appreciation for contributions to humanitarian missions.

Applying for an ICRC Job

The ICRC seeks dedicated and skilled individuals who are committed to helping others.

Applying for a Job: Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Explore Open Positions: Visit the ICRC website and navigate to the “Careers” section to view available job listings. Each job posting includes a detailed description outlining the role’s responsibilities and required skills. Carefully review these descriptions to identify a suitable position.
  2. Prepare Your Application: Once you’ve selected a job of interest, gather your application materials. Typically, this involves submitting a resume or CV detailing your work experience, skills, and education. Additionally, you may be required to craft a cover letter articulating your motivation for applying and how your qualifications align with the job requirements.
  3. Tailor Your Application: Avoid using a generic application for all positions. Invest time in understanding the mission and the specific challenges relevant to the job you’re pursuing. Demonstrating this knowledge showcases your genuine interest in the organization and the role.
  4. Submit Your Application: Adhere to the application submission guidelines provided on the website. Ensure you include all requested documents and submit your application before the specified deadline to be considered for the position.

The Selection Process

If your application stands out, you may be invited to participate in additional assessments, such as:

  • Interviews: Personal or panel interviews to evaluate your communication skills and experience.
  • Written Tests: Evaluations of your knowledge and problem-solving abilities.
  • Exercises: Practical demonstrations of your skills and ability to work under pressure.

These assessments helps determine whether you possess the necessary skills and can thrive in challenging environments.

Boost Your Chances of Success

By following these steps, you can significantly enhance your prospects of being hired by the ICRC and embarking on a fulfilling career dedicated to supporting those in need.

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