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Posted on 29 Nov, 2021
Closing on 20 Dec, 2021
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Job Description

CARE International in Yemen

CARE International is currently seeking an Inclusion Officer – Reproductive Health/Inclusion. The Inclusion Officer reports to the RH/Inclusion Team Leader and will lead on the implementation of all CARE Protection interventions/Gender based violence in close collaboration with the Gender Specialist and local partner organizations and in coordination with consortium partners and other stakeholders.

Position: Inclusion Officer - Female
Location: Marib
    
Job Objectives:

  • Proposed protection and GBV interventions are guided by the protection clusters guidelines.
  • Progress reports and sections for donor reports are delivered timely and in good quality.
  • External protection stakeholders know about CARE Yemen’s Protection , Inclusion , and GBV program.
  • The quality-of-CARE Reproductive Health program is excellent.
  • Maternal mortality rates decrease in target areas.
  • The program is implemented in a timely and quality manner within the budget.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Project Management:

  • Responsible for the implementation of all Protection activities in respective Governorate.
  • Plan and implement Protection / GBV interventions in line with the project proposal and contract in a phased and prioritized manner.
  • Establish appropriate supervisory and monitoring systems for Protection / GBV interventions in CARE and with project partners in consultation with Gender Specialist.
  • Monitor implementation of Protection / GBV interventions by CARE and project partners and ensure progress as per defined schedules / work plans.
  • Support the design of an evaluation framework on Protection / GBV activities.
  • Monitor and ensure quality of Protection interventions as well as the application of relevant standards during all phases of the project cycle, including by project partners.
  • Organize with the Administration and Logistics Team materials and support needed for all activities.
  • Report on all project activities and related developments using agreed formats and within given timeframes.

Budget Management:

  • Under supervision of Reproductive Health and Inclusion Team Leader responsible for management of Protection budget in cooperation with local partners.
  • Ensure adherence to approved budgets and monitor activity vs. expenditure ensuring appropriate burn rates, in cooperation with local partners.
  • Initiate financial request in accordance with approved budgets in cooperation with local partners.
  • Ensure abidance by CARE and donor financial and procurement procedures with maximum cost effectiveness.

Capacity building:

  • Conduct training on Protection and gender related issues to staff and project partners as required.
  • Contribute to building the capacity of local partner organizations and their staff on Protection and gender related issues.

Coordination:

  • Conduct all activities with full consultation and coordination with Gender Specialist and other CARE staff and local partner organizations.
  • Conduct all activities in close coordination with consortium members and other agencies both governmental and non-governmental.
  • Represent CARE at coordination meetings on Protection / GBV in respective Governorate

Other: 

  • Act as cover for RH and Inclusion Team Leader during her/his absence.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualification, Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:

Education/Training Required:

  • Minimum undergraduate degree in law, psychology or social studies.

Experience Required:

  • At least 2 years’ experience in project management.
  • Proven experience in protection, ideally in protection of gender based violence (GBV) and legal/psychosocial assistance to victims.
  • Experience in conducting training and workshops.
  • Experience in managing local partnerships and organizational capacity building.

Technical Skills Required:

  • Good planning and organizational skills.
  • Excellent communication, negotiation and problem-solving capacities.
  • Advanced English language skills are required.
  • Understanding local culture and sensitivity towards issues related to gender and GBV.
  • Fluency in Arabic and at least good knowledge of English (written and spoken).
  • Strong computer literacy.
  • Commitment to CARE policies, mission and values.

Desired:

  • Ability to manage stress, multi-task and take decisions.
  • Willingness and ability to travel within Yemen and abroad.
  • Comply with all relevant CARE policies and procedures with respect to child protection, workplace environment, employee code of conduct and all other related subjects

Important Note:

Please do not apply unless you meet minimum application requirements, otherwise, you will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The only way to apply for a position with CARE is through the application system link that starts with careyemis.org/Apply that is shared in the advert of YemenHR.com or the formal newspaper. Furthermore, any recruitment or hiring correspondences would be through CARE official email addresses as in this example: firstname.lastname@care.org 

No Fee:

CARE DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING).

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