1 GBV Specialist

Objective of the role

  1. The Gender Based Violence Specialist to the LAC Regional Gender and Inequality Manager. She/He will ensure the application of effective principles of planning, monitoring and evaluation of the Program; identify bottlenecks in impunity, GBV prevention and response in Haiti. design strategies to address them and ensure the application of people-centred GBV programming and prevention.
  2. Coordinate the development of research tools, jointly with the reviewers and moderators;
  3. Support field work and coordinate the organization of data collection, compilation and analysis and dissemination of results.
  4. Coordinate with appropriate stakeholders in all aspects of activity planning, monitoring and implementation

Expected results

  1. Research tools developed, jointly with Christian Aid field staff and OER team
  2. Provide effective support to field staff in the development of field work through close supervision
  3. Coordinate the data management system at all stages of the research initiative.
  4. Contribution to the research initiative reporting process.

Basic skills:

  1. Understands and applies a survivor-centered approach, including GBV guiding principles:
  • Security
  • Privacy
  • Respect
  • No discrimination
  1. Demonstrates commitment to gender equality; Promotes and integrates gender analysis and mainstreaming into humanitarian programming.
  2. Demonstrates empathy and positive interpersonal skills, including cultural competence.

Professional skills

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and ability to oversee the implementation of a multisectoral response to GBV;
  2. Understands the principles and practice of a case management approach and can be applied to GBV programs;
  3. Demonstrates knowledge of and effectively engages in strategic and programmatic planning in the area of ​​GBV impunity;
  4. Demonstrates knowledge of GBV prevention theory and identifies and applies prevention strategies at various levels of the research project;
  5. Demonstrates critical analytical skills, including GBV-related context, trends and vulnerabilities;
  6. Demonstrates knowledge of responsibilities for the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse in the Haitian context. ;
  7. Able to conduct an analysis of impunity barriers to GBV;
  8. Able to locate, adapt and apply key GBV tools in individual contexts.
  9. Applies critical thinking and problem solving to create innovative GBV programs against GBV impunity;
  10. Demonstrates skills in GBV program management
  11. Applies adult learning concepts to build capacity to prevent and respond to GBV impunity
  12. Applies participatory approaches to engage and mobilize communities
  13. Able to lead strategic planning for GBV impunity prevention and response
  14. Able to analyze GBV actors in Haiti.
  15. Demonstrates effective advocacy skills for preventing and responding to GBV impunity and supporting GBV survivors
  16. Able to influence other sectors to mainstream GBV prevention and response.
  17. Applies safety and ethics recommendations to guide GBV assessments.
  18. Able to manage, share and apply data on GBV cases safely and effectively
  19. Facilitates a collaborative environment between colleagues and stakeholders to promote effective coordination
  20. Promotes effective and productive communication between staff, colleagues and stakeholders

Behavioral skills

  1. Adapts and copes with pressure.
  2. Demonstrates good judgment and decision-making skills.
  3. Able to negotiate and advocate effectively with a variety of audiences.

Duration :

  • 21 days over 4 months (September 2022 – December 2022)

Word, Excel, PowerPoint Advanced

Web content design and development Intermediate

Web-based collaboration tools and video calls: Advanced

social media Basic

Basic

Data visualization: Advanced

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4 GBV investigators / Investigators

Essential information

They report to the gender specialist. They will collect first-hand information and data from the community and ensure that information is collected accurately, impartially and transparently. They will assist the GBV specialist in preparing for interviews and FGD questions. They are responsible for supporting moderators in conducting FGDs and semi-structured interviews. At the end of the data collection, they will be responsible for compiling and analyzing the data collected. The will collect quantitative data from the desk review.

Basic skills

  1. Understands and applies a survivor-centered approach, including GBV guiding principles:
  • Security
  • Privacy
  • Respect
  • No discrimination
  1. Demonstrates commitment to gender equality; Promotes and integrates gender analysis and mainstreaming into humanitarian programming.
  2. Demonstrates empathy and positive interpersonal skills, including cultural competence.
  3. Adapts and copes with pressure.
  4. Demonstrates good judgment and decision-making skills.
  5. Able to negotiate and advocate effectively with a variety of audiences.

Experience and academic training required

  1. Bachelor’s degree in law, public health, social sciences or related field
  2. 3 years of previous professional experience relevant to the GBV function in a local, national or international context, including two years in the field and with experience in the area of ​​GBV impunity, or prevention, mitigation and response, broader protection or social work involving the empowerment of women and girls, gender, child protection, mental health, counseling and working with survivors, humanitarian and development issues.
  3. Applied experience in survivor-centered approach, GBV referral and case management principles related to GBV programming.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls and applying, promoting and integrating gender analysis in humanitarian programming.
  5. Demonstrated knowledge and implementation of multi-sectoral responses to GBV impunity and support to other sectors to integrate GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response.
  6. Demonstrated knowledge and application of GBV prevention theory and appropriate GBV prevention and behavior change strategies.

Duration :

  • 58 days over 4 months (September 2022 – December 2022) for investigators
  • 50 days over 4 months (September 2022 – December 2022) for investigators
  • Digital/computer skills required

Word, Excel, PowerPoint: Intermediate

Web content design and development: Basic

Web-based collaboration tools and video calls: Advanced

Social media: Intermediate

Data visualization: Advanced

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(2) GBV Moderators

They report to the gender specialist. They will be responsible for collecting qualitative data. Therefore, they will conduct the focus group discussion and the semi-structured interviews. They will lead the process while interviewers/investigators take notes. Moderators will also compile qualitative data from a desk review.

Basic skills

  1. Understands and applies a survivor-centered approach, including GBV guiding principles:
  • Security
  • Privacy
  • Respect
  • No discrimination
  1. Demonstrates commitment to gender equality; Promotes and integrates gender analysis and mainstreaming into humanitarian programming.
  2. Demonstrates empathy and positive interpersonal skills, including cultural competence.
  3. Adapts and copes with pressure.
  4. Demonstrates good judgment and decision-making skills.
  5. Able to negotiate and advocate effectively with a variety of audiences.

Experience and academic training required

  1. Bachelor’s degree in law, public health, social sciences or related field
  2. 3 years of previous professional experience relevant to the GBV function in a local, national or international context, including two years in the field and with experience in the field of GBV impunity, or prevention, mitigation and response, broader protection or social work involving the empowerment of women and girls, gender, child protection, mental health, counseling and working with survivors, humanitarian and development issues.
  3. Applied experience in survivor-centered approach, GBV referral and case management principles related to GBV programming.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls and applying, promoting and integrating gender analysis in humanitarian programming.
  5. Demonstrated knowledge and implementation of multi-sector responses to GBV impunity and support to other sectors to integrate GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response.
  6. Demonstrated knowledge and application of GBV prevention theory and appropriate GBV prevention and behavior change strategies.

Duration :

  • 58 days over 4 months (September 2022 – December 2022)

Digital/computer skills required

Word, Excel, PowerPoint: Intermediate

Web content design and development: Basic

Web-based collaboration tools and video calls: Basic

Social media: Advanced

Data visualization: Advanced

How to register

Christian Aid encourages diversity in the recruitment process, female candidates are encouraged to apply. We do not discriminate on the basis of ability, age, gender identity and expression, national origin, race and ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or criminal record. We welcome all kinds of diversity.

Only files with strong reflection will be contacted

Please send your CV, a cover letter and a proposal for daily fees to the following address: Female candidate before Monday August 12, 2021

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