Position: Yemen Response Manager
Contract: Fixed term contract of 6 months (renewable depending on funding)
Duration: 6 months
About position: War Child UK is currently in the process of expanding its operations into Yemen in view of the ongoing conflict in the country. Children are caught in the crossfire of the conflict and there are extensive unmet needs in Yemen related to child protection, psychosocial support and education, which War Child UK can help to address. This role is critical in supporting War Child UK to position itself in Yemen as an agency ready and able to respond to the needs of children affected by the conflict, with a view to establishing a long term presence in the country. This presents a unique and exciting opportunity for a highly skilled and ambitious Humanitarian professional to take the lead in launching War Child UK presence and programmes in the country.
Location: Sana’a, Yemen
Vacancy deadline: 31/07/2016
Position: Roving Programme Manager
Contract: 1 year with the intention to extend
Duration: at least 2 years, starting as soon as possible
About position: "A flexible Programme Manager in Child Protection and/or Psychosocial Support with superb training and advisory skills”
Location: Roving, various countries
Vacancy deadline: 14 July 2016
Application: via the website
Terms of Reference (ToR)/ Job description: on website above
World Vision International, co-lead agency with UNICEF for the Gaziantep child protection sub-cluster, is recruiting an experienced, motivated and technically strong child protection professional for the role of NGO Co-Coordinator. The incumbent wil work closely with their UNICEF counterpart to provide leadership and facilitate the processes that will ensure a well-coordinated, strategic, adequate, coherent, and effective response by participants in the Child Protection sub-cluster. The position is an international post, fixed term, for one-year with possibility of extension. It will be based in the WVI office in Gaziantep.
WarChild is recruiting an Area Programme Manager. Duration: 12 Month Contract with possible extension
About position: The Area Programme Manager will be expected to lead on programme development and management. S/he will supervise and work directly with his/her team in Kirkuk, Erbil and Baghdad and the country office in Erbil. APM is responsible for the management and coordination of project activities, overseeing efficient implementation of the programme, financial management of the programme, advocacy, M&E and respecting accountability and compliance requirements of War Child and its donors, beneficiaries and the local government authorities.
Location: Erbil, KRI with 50% of time in Baghdad and other field locations in the South of Iraq
Vacancy deadline: 26/06/2016
WarChild UK is recruiting an Education in Emergencies Advisor. It is a permanent position, based in London, UK.
About position: We are ambitious about programme quality and we are in need of this role to support the team to deliver on its 3 key pillars:
- Technical advice and support for War Child staff and partners’ programmes on child protection, education (formal and informal) and livelihoods;
- Accountability and Transparency to all stakeholders, particularly children; and
- Learning and knowledge management through research, evaluations and sharing through web-based applications for global reach.
Location: London, UK Office
Vacancy deadline: 05/07/2016
Save the Children is recruiting a Child Protection Project Manager in Dohuk. 12-month fixed term contract. Read more and apply > https://www.savethechildren.net/jobs/job-details/3106
UNICEF is recruiting a Child Protection AoR Information Management Consultant (Rapid Response Team Member, RRT). Read more >
CPIMS+ Deployment Specialist, hosted by Save the Children UK on behalf of the CPIMS Steering Committee
Contract length: 15 months
Deadline: 17 June
As CPIMS+ Deployment Specialist, you will work closely with the Interagency CPIMS Coordinator and CPIMS Steering Committee, supporting the implementation of the system at field-levels and overseeing the transition to CPIMS+/Primero. You will provide ongoing technical support to current and new users.
The Global Humanitarian Standards Partnership includes the Sphere Handbook, the Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS), Minimum Standards on Education (INEE), Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS), Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS) and the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP). The Partnership is seeking to develop an app, with the overall aim of increasing access to, use of and cross-linking between standards. The app will provide on and offline access to and easy movement across GHSP content: the humanitarian charter, core humanitarian standard, minimum technical standards, indicators, actions, tools and guidance notes.
Expressions of interest: This is a call for collaboration to develop an app.
Read more > Call for Expressions of Interest_GHSP App