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  • Posted on: 27 August, 2019 Deadline: 5 September, 2019
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  • Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) is an international NGO committed to stopping child exploitation. In East Africa, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. We support child victims of exploitation with education, psychosocial support, legal assistance, shelter, job opportunities and medical care; while at the same time targeting highly vulnerable children, who are at risk of being exploited, in our prevention activities. We launch public and media campaigns to create awareness on our focus issues and carry out local research into the extent and nature of abuse and exploitation of children.

    TdH-NL in East Africa works within four child protection themes: the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL), Child Trafficking and Migration (CTM), and Child Abuse (CA) in the form of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights. Through collaboration with local civil society organisations (CSOs), TdH-NL implements development, humanitarian/relief and advocacy interventions in various parts of Kenya, supported by own TdH-NL funding and various foundations.

    SGBV Project Manager

     

    Terre des Hommes Netherlands is looking for a Project Manager Kenya, full time, to be based in Kakuma, Turkana West Sub County, Turkana County, Kenya. This is a national position, open to applicants who can prove the right to live and work in Kenya. Initial contract period will be for 8 months.

    Objective of the function

    The Project Manager - Turkana Kenya works with the Country Team (CT), and receives hierarchical leadership from the Country Manager (CM) to whom he/she reports. He/she will be in close collaboration and consultation with the Country Manager accountable for the full rollout and oversight of the UNICEF- TdH-NL SGBV project in Kalobeyei, Turkana County, Kenya within our sexual exploitation of children programme in Kenya. S/he together with project officers will be responsible for ensuring effective quality implementation through work planning, technical support, coordination, (internal and external) and partner capacity building. This is an anticipated position to be filled subject to funds availability for the project.

    Main Duties and Responsibilities:

    Overall management including effective planning, implementation and monitoring of project outputs

    • Develop technically sound program strategies and a work plan, in coordination with the Country Manager and CP Technical Advisor, to meet program goals and to determine operational needs
    • Working with CP Technical Advisor and Country Manager, oversee the mapping exercise on existing SGBV reporting and referral structures and pathways to determine their effectiveness
    • Work closely with local CSOs and international NGOs, UN agencies and other stakeholders to develop and disseminate integrated Turkana West SGBV reporting and referral pathways
    • Provide training and mentoring support to local partners and other stakeholders involved in multi-sectoral response in order to strengthen local capacity to apply SGBV referral pathways in providing response services
    • Coordinate with local partners, INGOs, UN agencies and other stakeholders to ensure holistic support for survivors, including participation in strengthening SGBV referral pathway
    • Work with local partners,other stakeholders and communities to develop appropriate SGBV (with a bias on children) prevention and awareness-raising and behavior change strategy guides ensuring cultural appropriateness and community buy in
    • Using the approved behaviour change guide, train community agents of change and local partners on SGBV prevention
    • Manage staff to deliver on project plans taking into account efficiency and quality (ensuring projects are executed timely, on scope and on budget).
    • Represent TdH-NL in protection (SGBV, CP) cluster meetings and contribute to interagency initiatives
    • Work professionally within TdH-NL’s policies and codes of conduct, including those related to child protection/safeguarding, confidentiality, safety and security and ethical practice.
    • Ensure that the project officers and partners follow the policies, processes and protocol regarding child safeguarding,
    • Communicate incidents and violations of the policies in line with the established protocol.

    Improving Workflows

    • As part of a team, translate developments and situation specific information into thematic and country annual and strategic policies.
    • Assist in the continuous assessment of child protection needs and gaps in the country in order to ensure that these are appropriately reflected in project strategies and interventions.
    • Identify new trends and developments in the area of child exploitation, SGBV (with a bias on children) and Child trafficking.
    • As and when relevant, coordinate the activities of assigned consultants for specific tasks, such as mapping and assessments, etc.
    • Work with TdH finance team to procure project supplies in line with project budgets
    • Support the Senior Communication Officer at the Regional Office with information and materials for marketing and communication, e.g. news items (case stories) and photos.
    • Ensure appropriate reporting, including through monthly and quarterly reports, are on time and with accurate data
    • Perform any other duties as relevant for the country programme as assigned and as can reasonably be expected from the position, in consultation with the country team.

    Business development

    • Support Country Manager Kenya and the Programme Development Manager in identifying project development opportunities in Turkana County
    • Represent Kenya country office in critical spaces to increase visibility and credibility with donors and other external stakeholders ensuring we continue to claim our role as an expert organisation in our theme areas
    • Develop and share project ideas for further development into concept notes and proposals.

    Education, experience and skills required

    • MA degree in Social Sciences, Gender, Public Health or related fields.
    • Minimum of 4-5 year work experience
    • Experience in SGBV Project Management is considered an asset
    • Familiarity with guidelines in SGBV programming and coordination including GBV prevention
    • Proven knowledge and experience in developing and supporting community mobilization projects for SGBV prevention and behaviour change
    • Proficiency in written and oral English is required.
    • Experience with financial management
    • Experience in supervising/leading a team
    • Verbal and written fluency in English and verbal capability in Kiswahili
    • Strong interpersonal communication skills- written and orally
    • Planning, organising, cooperation, performance oriented
    • High degree of taking initiative and working independently

    Personal profile

    • Exhibits composure and professionalism. Ability to represent TdH-NL in Kenya to donors, government officials, other NGOs, other external stakeholders in a self assured manner
    • Excellent negotiating and communication skills both oral and written
    • Ability to work under pressure and with limited supervision

    Competency profile

    A. Coaching

    Make others enthusiastic and motivate them to achieve a previously defined result. Encourage others to develop themselves to the full.

    Level 2: Gives others the room to work independently and coaches them along the way.

    B. Planning & Organising

    The effective alignment of activities, time and resources to achieve objectives.

    Level 3: Coordinates and aligns activities and supports and encourages others in the direct vicinity to start to plan and organise.

    A. Problem-solving ability

    Actively seek logical, tangible and realistic solutions for problems

    Level 3: Can identify and articulate the core of the problem, can initiate the collection of relevant data and can propose solutions.

    D. Performance orientation

    Focused on goal setting and active achievement of results.

    Level 3: Can articulate the results to be achieved – and achieves them!

    Contract Period

    8 months contract with a possibility of extension subject to funding**

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    Project Officer - SGBV/Child Protection

     

    Terre des Hommes Netherlands is looking for a project officer Kenya, full time, to be based in Kakuma, Turkana County, Kenya. This is a national position, open to applicants who can prove the right to live and work in Kenya. Initial contract period will be for eight months.

    Objective of the function

    The Project Officer - Kenya works with the Country Team (CT), and receives hierarchical leadership from the SGBV Project Manager to whom he/she reports. He/she will, in close collaboration and consultation with the project manager, implement and monitor the SGBV prevention and response project in Kakuma, Turkana County, under the TdH NL Sexual Exploitation of Children programme in Kenya.

    Result areas

    • Realising the Project outputs
    • Translate a developed project plan into a concrete and achievable work plan for project execution, submitting this to the Project manager for approval and communicating the work plan to the stakeholders
    • Prepare the necessary documentation for approval of project activities according to TdH-NL’s guidelines
    • Support project manager in the development, harmonization and dissemination of SGBV reporting and referral pathways
    • Facilitate community dialogues engaging children, women, youth, men and community leaders to sensitize them against SGBV to identify SGBV training needs and appropriate strategies for steering change in their attitudes/behavior in ending of SGBV (with a bias on children) with their communities
    • Support in design and development of SGBV behaviour change communication guides ensuring cultural appropriateness
    • Support the project manager in capacity building sessions for community agents of change on SGBV risks, identification, prevention and response, roles and responsibilities targeting frontline SGBV service providers

    Improve service

    • Ensure that all scheduled project reports such as progress and financial reports are delivered on time and that they are of good quality, according to TdH-NL’s standards, analyse the received information and compile the necessary reports to the Project Manager
    • Support in developing and maintaining effective working relationships with all stakeholders including community leaders, NGOs, government ministries/authorities, UN agencies, social institutions, donors, among others
    • Identify together with Project Manager areas for further improvement on programme quality with regard to child protection
    • Improve workflows
    • In collaboration with Project Manager and PME Coordinator, lead in project monitoring and evaluation
    • As part of a team, translate developments and situation specific information into thematic and country annual and strategic policies.
    • Assist in the continuous assessment of child protection needs and gaps in the country in order to ensure that these are appropriately reflected in project strategies and interventions.
    • Support the Senior Communication Officer at the Regional Office with information and materials for marketing and communication, e.g. news items (case stories) and photos.
    • Facilitate field monitoring visits for TdH staff, partners and other stakeholders

    Contract Period: 8 Months contract with a possibility of extension subject to funding

    Knowledge, Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor's degree in development studies, project management, child rights,or relevant fields
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a similar position
    • Experience in Child protection and in working with local stakeholders
    • Experience with GBV/SGBV programming is an added advantage
    • Strong interpersonal communication skills- written and orally
    • Planning, organizing,cooperation, performance oriented,
    • High degree of taking initiative and working independently

    Competency Profile

    A. Cooperation

    Can contribute to a collective result, even when there is no personal benefit at stake.

    Level 2: Works together at own initiative to make a contribution to the achievement of shared Objectives.

    B. Planning & Organising

    The effective alignment of activities, time and resources to achieve objectives.

    Level 3: Coordinates and aligns activities and supports and encourages others in the direct vicinity to start to plan and organise.

    C. Problem-solving ability

    Actively seek logical, tangible and realistic solutions for problems.

    Level 2: Can identify and articulate the core of the problem, can initiate the collection of relevant data and can propose solutions.

    D. Performance orientation

    Focused on goal setting and active achievement of results.Level 2: Can articulate the results to be achieved – and achieves them.

    go to method of application »

    Project Officer - SGBV/Child Protection

     

    Terre des Hommes Netherlands is looking for a project officer Kenya, full time, to be based in Kakuma, Turkana County, Kenya. This is a national position, open to applicants who can prove the right to live and work in Kenya. Initial contract period will be for eight months.

    Objective of the function

    The Project Officer - Kenya works with the Country Team (CT), and receives hierarchical leadership from the SGBV Project Manager to whom he/she reports. He/she will, in close collaboration and consultation with the project manager, implement and monitor the SGBV prevention and response project in Kakuma, Turkana County, under the TdH NL Sexual Exploitation of Children programme in Kenya.

    Result areas

    1. Realising the Project outputs

    • Translate a developed project plan into a concrete and achievable work plan for project execution, submitting this to the Project manager for approval and communicating the work plan to the stakeholders
    • Prepare the necessary documentation for approval of project activities according to TdH-NL’s guidelines
    • Support project manager in the development, harmonization and dissemination of SGBV reporting and referral pathways
    • Facilitate community dialogues engaging children, women, youth, men and community leaders to sensitize them against SGBV to identify SGBV training needs and appropriate strategies for steering change in their attitudes/behavior in ending of SGBV (with a bias on children) with their communities
    • Support in design and development of SGBV behaviour change communication guides ensuring cultural appropriateness
    • Support the project manager in capacity building sessions for community agents of change on SGBV risks, identification, prevention and response, roles and responsibilities targeting frontline SGBV service providers

    2. Improve Service

    • Ensure that all scheduled project reports such as progress and financial reports are delivered on time and that they are of good quality, according to TdH-NL’s standards, analyse the received information and compile the necessary reports to the Project Manager
    • Support in developing and maintaining effective working relationships with all stakeholders including community leaders, NGOs, government ministries/authorities, UN agencies, social institutions, donors, among others
    • Identify together with Project Manager areas for further improvement on programme quality with regard to child protection

    3. Improve workflows

    • In collaboration with Project Manager and PME Coordinator, lead in project monitoring and evaluation
    • As part of a team, translate developments and situation specific information into thematic and country annual and strategic policies.
    • Assist in the continuous assessment of child protection needs and gaps in the country in order to ensure that these are appropriately reflected in project strategies and interventions.
    • Support the Senior Communication Officer at the Regional Office with information and materials for marketing and communication, e.g. news items (case stories) and photos.
    • Facilitate field monitoring visits for TdH staff, partners and other stakeholders

    Knowledge, Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor's degree in development studies, project management, child rights,or relevant fields
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a similar position
    • Experience in Child protection and in working with local stakeholders
    • Experience with GBV/SGBV programming is an added advantage
    • Strong interpersonal communication skills- written and orally
    • Planning, organizing,cooperation, performance oriented,
    • High degree of taking initiative and working independently

    Competency Profile

    A. Cooperation

    Can contribute to a collective result, even when there is no personal benefit at stake.

    Level 2: Works together at own initiative to make a contribution to the achievement of shared Objectives.

    B. Planning & Organising

    The effective alignment of activities, time and resources to achieve objectives.

    Level 3: Coordinates and aligns activities and supports and encourages others in the direct vicinity to start to plan and organise

    C. Problem-solving ability

    Actively seek logical, tangible and realistic solutions for problems.

    Level 2: Can identify and articulate the core of the problem, can initiate the collection of relevant data and can propose solutions.

    D. Performance orientation

    Focused on goal setting and active achievement of results.

    Level 2: Can articulate the results to be achieved – and achieves them.

    Contract period: 8 months contract with a possibility of extension subject to funding.

    Method of Application

    Please send your motivation letter and curriculum vitae by e-mail to: recruitment.africa@tdh.nl clearly demonstrating how you meet the qualifications for this position and your expected remuneration, no later than 5th September 2019 by 5.00 (EAT). For more information about this position, you can contact us through the same email address.

    Please note that this is a national position. Applicants must be able to provide proof of the right to live and work in Kenya.

    Kindly also note that due to the expected large responses only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    The selection procedure will include an assessment test, and checking of recent professional references.

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