QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS :
Skills and Experience:
• At least three years in implementing for education programs development and
• Emergency response experience is preferable.
• Demonstrated skills and experience in child rights programming
• Experience and knowledge of effective financial and budgetary controls for funds intended for area/s of jurisdiction Education:
• University graduate Communication and Technical Skills • Strong interpersonal and community development skills • Excellent personal organisational skills, including time management, and ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure
• Willingness to travel to Programme offices and work in difficult environment according to travel requirements
All staff has an obligation and a responsibility to:
Ensure they fully understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, the Code of Conduct and Local/Country Procedures.
Conduct themselves in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in their personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.
Ensure the way they are carrying out their work is not putting children at risk (or further risk) – this means constantly scrutinizing their work through a child safeguarding lens and talking to children about possible design/implementation “flaws”.
Promote the message of child safeguarding to colleagues in other organizations and government ministries, children in their own and beneficiary families, and community members in general.
Be vigilant about observing possible child abuse/harm in their personal and professional lives.