Vacancies at Save the Children, Monday 7, May 2018

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Vacancies at Save the Children, Monday 7, May 2018 – Save the Children is a main universal association helping kids in require far and wide. To start with built up in the UK in 1919, isolate national associations have been set up in more than twenty-eight nations, sharing the point of enhancing the lives of youngsters through training, medicinal services and financial openings, and crisis help in instances of catastrophic events, war and strife.

In Nigeria, Save the Children has been working since 2001. The early spotlight was on getting kids effectively engaged with forming the choices that influence their lives. Today, Save the Children is working in seven government states – Zamfara, Yobe, Jigawa, Katsina, Kano, Bauchi and Kaduna – concentrating on giving essential social insurance and securing kids.

CONSULTANT – BASELINE STUDY FOR REACHING AND EMPOWERING ADOLESCENTS TO MAKE INFORMED CHOICES FOR THEIR HEALTH (REACH)

PROJECT OVERVIEW
Nigeria has an estimated population of 182 million people, of which over 22.5% are adolescents (aged 10-19). The REACH project specifically targets states with some of the worst indicators for adolescents, especially girls, and will focus on rural and hard to reach communities. Across Nigeria, 11.6% of girls are married by age 15 and 49% are married by 18. Wide regional disparities exist within the country, with the Northern region demonstrating the worst outcomes for health, nutrition, education, poverty, and early marriage. Zamfara state has the lowest median age of marriage for girls in the country at 14.5 years, with Gombe at 16 years and Katsina at 15 years (DHS, 2013). On average, men are nine years older than women at the age of their first marriage, however focus group discussions in target states identified married adolescent boys (ages 15-19) who confirmed the need for more information on antenatal care (ANC), immunization and family planning. In addition, research shows that ages of first sexual encounter for adolescent girls are often up to two years earlier in rural areas than in urban areas (National HIV & AIDS and RH Survey, 2012). Therefore, while both adolescent girls and boys need improved access to gender-sensitive and adolescent-friendly SRH information and services, it is important to keep in mind that their specific needs for information and services largely depends on their age, gender and marital status. Program interventions must take the specific needs of each group into account to achieve maximum impact.

The REACH project aims to improve the SRH of adolescent girls and boys (aged 10-19) in hard to reach, rural communities of Nigeria in Gombe, Zamfara and Katsina states. REACH will contribute to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, particularly indicator 3.7 (ensure universal access to SRH services, including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and programmes) and SDG 5 (achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls), by:

Improving access to high quality, gender-sensitive and adolescent-friendly SRH services for unmarried and married adolescent girls and boys;
Increasing the decision-making of married and unmarried adolescent girls about their own SRHR; and
Improving the integration of civil society contributions and evidence-based best practices in ASRHR policy design and implementation at local and state levels.

BASELINE OBJECTIVES
A baseline study will be conducted in Nigeria and the key objectives of this baseline are as follows:

Identify the benchmarks for the REACH intended outcomes, against a set of approved indicators;
Provide information for setting realistic and achievable targets for the four year project;
Provide evidence on key contextual factors, particularly related to gender equality, and verify Save the Children’s understanding of the situation in REACH intervention areas in the three regions of Nigeria.
Identify factors influencing access of adolescents to quality sexual and reproductive health services.
Conduct a social norm diagnostic covering the following areas:
Power dynamics at the household and community levels;
Distribution of resources at the household level (access to and control over);
Roles and responsibilities of women, girls, men and boys;
Cultural and religious taboos, myths and beliefs;
Knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Save the Children Nigeria Country Office, Save the Children Canada, and the donor (Global Affairs Canada) will be the major users of the baseline data. In addition, key stakeholders in project countries such as government line ministries/departments, partner NGOs, local authorities, and communities are interested parties of the findings.

Methodology
Throughout the project cycle, outcomes will be measured through a mix approach (quantitative and qualitative), beginning with the quantitative survey.

A.) Data Collection Tools:
Data collection tools will include:

A quantitative household survey that will be administered with
Adolescent girls and boys (10-19) in Gombe, Katsina, and Zamfara, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19);
Male and female head of households, parents, community members, and spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19);
Married and unmarried adolescent girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19).
A quantitative health facility questionnaire will be administered with:
Primary and secondary health facilities utilized by cluster populations, stratified by type of health facility;
Service providers i.e. lady health workers and doctors at primary and secondary health facilities.
A qualitative key informant interviews with:
Health ministry officials and civil society members;
Key community members.
Qualitative analysis of social norms (to understand the power dynamics) will be administered with:
Adolescent girls and boys (10-19) in Gombe, Katsina, and Zamfara, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19);
Male and female head of households, parents, community members, and spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19);
Married and unmarried adolescent girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19).
Key community members.

B.) Sampling:
Sample sites will be selected through a stratified multi-stage cluster sample design. Strata will be selected at the country level, and will include key characteristics and factors expected to impact progress towards outcome (i.e. geographic location, socio-economic features, etc.)

C.) Sampling for Household Survey:
The proposed sample sizes will have 95% confidence interval, enabling results to be generalized to the project intervention areas. An additional 10 percent sample of households will be included to address non-respondents or incomplete questionnaires.
Several key populations have been identified for data collection for the REACH project:
Adolescent girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14; 15-19);
Male and female head of households, parents, community members, and spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14; 15-19);
Married and unmarried adolescent girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14; 15-19).

D.) Sampling for Health Facility Questionnaire
Health facilities will be selected through a purposive sample, corresponding to the community clusters where the household survey is conducted.
The exact sample size will be determined in consultation with Save the Children Nigeria and consultant but is not expected to exceed 1-2 facilities per cluster. Based on a sample of 30-35 clusters, approximate number of health facilities that will be assessed will range from 35-70 facilities.
Note: It is recommended that enumerators responsible for conducting the health facility questionnaire have a health background.

SCOPE OF WORK OR THE CONSULTANCY
The Consultant will be the lead national technical consultant for this baseline study in Nigeria, with a focus on:

Planning and reporting on country level baseline data collection;
Finalizing design and sampling methodology;
Piloting and translating the data collection tools into Hausa
Carrying out all recruitment, training and supervision of enumerators/data collectors and supervisors required to complete the assignment efficiently;
Leading the implementation of high quality data collection on all PMF indicators at both the household and health facility level, with adequate field testing and supervision of all data collection and data entry;
Overseeing data entry, cleaning and validation of household, facility data, and key informants
Preparing clean data analysis tables of the household survey and the health facility questionnaire data, with disaggregation to be determined in consultation with Save the Children, but at a minimum, by sex and age (10-14; 15-19).
Providing full transcripts from all qualitative interviews;
Share a draft report for Save the Children’s feedback;
Adjust Save the Children’s feedback in the draft and provide final report.
The Consultant will report directly to the Save the Children’s MEAL focal point in Nigeria, who will be responsible for overseeing the overall baseline study process. The Consultant will also collaborate closely with the Save the Children ASRH Advisor and Sr. MEAL Adviser Save the Children Canada, tasked with providing harmonized leadership and technical oversight on the baseline study.

Sr. MEAL Adviser in conjunction with the technical team at SCC will:

Draft and finalize the Terms of Reference (ToR), design and sampling methodology of the baseline study in consultation with the consultant and Save the Children Nigeria;
Develop the data collection tools – household survey, health facility questionnaire, and key informant questionnaire in consultation with the consultant and Save the Children Nigeria.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibilities of the Consultant are as follows:

Present an overall sampling strategy and timeline for data collection at household, and health facility, and key informants at community and health ministry level;
Review documents, including the Performance Measurement Framework and the finalized data collection tools;
Ensure that all necessary research ethics approvals are obtained on time, as per country guidelines;
Recruit translators, enumerators/data collectors and field supervisors, and data entry operators, ensuring gender balance as appropriate;
Prepare and conduct enumerator training with support from the MEAL focal point at SCI Nigeria and Sr. MEAL Adviser SCC, including co-facilitation of a gender equality, child safeguarding and child protection components;
Ensure all tools are translated into Hausa and piloted with women, men and adolescent girls and boys prior to enumerator’s training;
Submit an inception report, and provide country level updates on progress in data collection;
Oversee data collection including piloting, supervision and spot checking;
Ensure that all data collection activities are gender-responsive, adolescent-friendly, and respect child safeguarding principles;
Oversee data entry as per agreed upon software and data entry protocols established;
Review data entry to ensure data quality and consistency;
Ensure all training materials, original data collection forms, and hard copies of raw data are maintained and submitted to Save the Children Nigeria with the final dataset;
Liaise with the Sr. MEAL Adviser SCC and Save the Children Nigeria office for technical support throughout the process, and integrate feedback provided.
Deliverables, Time Frame and Level of Effort

The period of the contract will be from June to mid-August 2018, with an expected contribution of approximately 50 working days over four months as per agreed upon timeline.

QUALIFICATIONS OF CONSULTANT(S)
Minimum of 7 years of experience in coordinating and administering baseline/endline studies, including gender-sensitive data collection and entry, data management and storage, preferably for international non-profit organizations or multilateral agencies with preference for studies in Adolescents sexual reproductive health programs;
Demonstrated experience in training, facilitation and supervising survey enumerators and data entry team to collect and enter data as per high quality standards;
Demonstrated experience in setting up relevant data base systems;
Demonstrated experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis, particularly as it relates to social norms i.e. power dynamics between male and female members, decision making, and others;
Knowledge and experience with ASRH issues, social norm change, policies and services systems in Nigeria;
Knowledge of and experience with gender equality in programming;
Fluency in English and Hausa (spoken and written) is a requirement;
Ability to produce high quality work under tight timeframes;
Ability to work jointly with the Save the Children Nigeria office and integrate feedback as required.
Supervision/Management of Assignment

The Consultant will be required to work closely with the Save the Children Nigeria country office and Sr. MEAL Adviser Save the Children Canada.
The Consultant will be directly accountable to the Save the Children Nigeria MEAL focal point. The Consultant will keep the Save the Children Nigeria’s MEAL focal point continually informed on the progress of the assignment through updates via email and skype conferences.
Application Package and Procedures
Applications for the consultancy must include following components, for a total of no more than 15 pages (not including appendices, CVs, etc.):

Detailed technical proposal clearly demonstrating a thorough understanding of this ToR and including the following:
Demonstrate previous experience in coordinating and administering studies of a similar nature, including experience with the implementation of data collection activities that are gender-responsive, adolescent-friendly and respect child safeguarding principles;
Team composition (including sex-disaggregation) and level of effort of each proposed team member, if applicable.
A proposed timeframe detailing activities and a schedule/work plan (including a Gantt chart) with the proposed number of enumerators, size of enumerator teams and total number of days in the field; and
As adolescent mothers are among the key respondents for the household survey, the proposal should detail the informed consent process considering the situation for both male and female adults as well as adolescent girls and boys under the age of 18;
Propose steps to be taken for enumerator training, piloting/translation of tools, data collection, spot checking, data entry and management;
Propose a plan for surveying the projected sample population, with adequate consideration for timing of household surveys, travel cost per team of enumerators, supervision of enumeration teams, and quality control;
A financial proposal with a detailed breakdown of costs for the study:
Itemized consultancy fees/costs for all team members
Itemized field data collection expenses
Itemized administrative expenses
Validity period of quotations
Curriculum Vitae(s) of all proposed staff outlining relevant experience.
Names and contact information of three references who can be contacted regarding relevant experience.
A copy of a previous report of a similar nature undertaken on: a) baseline study; OR b) endline study.
A Consulting Firm profile (if applicable).
The proposal will be scored on both technical (methodology) and financial (budget) aspects weighted at 70% and 30% respectively. Complete applications should be uploaded electronically

Ethics Approval and Disclosure/Ownership of Information

The Consultant must obtain and adhere to ethical approval processes of Nigeria before commencement of data collection. Full ethical approval must be obtained before the study commences, if required. This may be obtained in one of two ways as appropriate:
All ownership and copyright for the data collected is held by the REACH project Save the Children Nigeria. It is understood and agreed that the Consultant shall, during and after the effective period of the contract, treat as confidential and not divulge, unless authorized in writing by Save the Children Nigeria, any information obtained in the course of the performance of the assignment. Information will be made available for the consultants on a need-to-‘know basis.
Disclaimer:

Save The Children Nigeria reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals/application without assigning any reason what so ever.

VOLUNTEER TEACHER

BACKGROUND 
Save the Children Nigeria is implementing a DFID funded project – North East Nigeria Transition to Development (NENTAD) in borno state. The NENTAD project is a consortium project with UNICEF and Plan International. Save the Children is implementing the project in 3 LGEAs of Jere, Konduga and MMC targeting 6900 children in the focal communities and LGAs. The project is working in the 6 formal school system in the selected communities in the first year and will be extended to additional one school in the second year which starts in May to be able to meet up with the target population. Already we are working with key government state actors such as the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and the respective Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAs).

During the project year, the project aimed at supporting in building capacity of teachers and the School based Management Committees (SBMCs), support focal schools with volunteers to teach core subjects, provide teachers and learners’ kit and construction of Temporary Learning Structures or the renovation of damaged classrooms.

In order to achieve our objectives, we need to recruit volunteer teachers in our selected schools to teach core subjects. Visit and interaction with the both the pupils and teachers shows that pupils in even primary 5 &6 cannot speak or write in English or solve simple arithmetic. It is more worrisome as even the teachers cannot confidently express themselves in English. In order to resolve this challenge, we therefore deem it necessary to engage the services of volunteers that will support the schools and pupils to learn these core subjects during the duration of the project.

The objective of recruiting the volunteer teachers is to bridge the gap inherent in the schools in the area of literacy and numeracy. It is noted that pupils in primary 4-6 and even JSS 1-3 cannot read and write in English or solve simple arithmetic. The national policy stipulates that children should be taught in the language of the environment or their mother tongue in the first 3 years of schooling. But it is disheartening to note that most of the children in upper class cannot speak or write in English. In view of this, the volunteer teachers will:

Teach the students at least 2-3 times a week
Prepare scheme of work for each topic
Support and guide the pupils to comprehend the subject study
Keep records of pupils performance
Give the pupils classwork and other exercise that will guide them understand the subject
In this course of the consultancy, Save the Children shall cover for the following:

Train the selected teachers in child safeguarding and protection, positive disciple etc
Methodology
To ensure that we get capable volunteers that will met our objectives, we will employ and consider the following:

Make the advert both offline and online
The volunteer teachers will undergo test to determine their competency
Deliverables
Deliverables should include the following:

The NENTAD team will work with the MEAL to carry out baseline study of pupils learning outcomes
Volunteers should be able to attend classes 2-3 times per week
Prepare lesson notes ahead of each topic
Show evidence of pupils’ performance in classes.
Prepare and submit monthly brief/ report to be submitted to the Project manager

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Volunteers should have at least NCE Certificate, B.Sc
Volunteers should be able to communicate in hausa or Kanuri
Ability to communicate fluently in English
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles

CONSULTANT – DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOL EMERGENCY PLAN AND SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATION

BACKGROUND
Save the Children Nigeria is implementing a DFID funded project – North East Nigeria Transition to Development (NENTAD) in borno state. The NENTAD project is a consortium project with UNICEF and Plan International. Save the Children is implementing the project in 3 LGEAs of Jere, Konduga and MMC targeting 6900 children in the focal communities and LGAs.

The project is working in the 6 formal school system in the selected communities in the first year and will be extended to additional one school in the second year which starts in May to be able to meet up with the target population. Already we are working with key government state actors such as the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and the respective Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAs).

During the project year, the project aimed at supporting in building capacity of teachers and the School based Management Committees (SBMCs) provide teachers and learners kit and construction of Temporary Learning Structures or the renovation of damaged classrooms.

To assist us achieve our objectives in the project, we need the services of a consultant to support the project, develop an emergency action plan for schools, school rules and regulation and support for training for teachers and SBMC on Disaster risk assessment and emergency plan action.

The objective of the tools development is to support the development of school rules and regulation as the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) currently don’t have a developed rules and regulation to be used by schools in the state. And it is also noted that despite the insurgent attack and conflict in schools, most of the schools do not have an emergency action plan in place.

In view of this, the consult will:
Give  program a draft of tools and materials to be presented
Conduct a tools development for selected participants for 2 days on emergency action plan and school rules
Conduct focus group discussion or interview with selected stakeholders as the case may be
Research and compare with other develop tools to enhance especially the school rules and regulation plan
Harmonize and present a detailed report and finalized work within one week of end of project.
In this course of the consultancy, Save the Children shall cover for the following as part of the assessment:

Consultancy Fee: The consultancy fee shall be paid as per the contract
Transportation Cost: Transportation fee to and from Maiduguri shall be provided to the consultant upon submission of an invoice or request.
Accommodation: Only the consultant shall be provided with accommodation (subject to availability of space in the guest house) or re-imbursement will be made to the consultant for accommodation (subject to submission of hotel receipt/invoice). The reimbursement for accommodation shall be in line with SCI rate.
Per Diem: This shall be provided as per SCI rate for the number of days the consultant spends in the field
Car Hire: This shall be provided only for the number of days of field work

Methodoloy
A detailed methodology should be provided by the consultant showing how the assessment aims and objectives will be met. The consultant should:

Develop tools
Conduct the tools development workshop with participants
Review of relevant documents
Discuss with key relevant stakeholders

Deliverables
Deliverables should include the following:
Share with the team prototype of developed tools
Conduct 2 days tool development workshop with participants
Conduct interview and focus group discussion with key relevant stakeholders
Conduct desk review / research on similar developed tools
Submit printable final report

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
At least a master’s degree in a relevant discipline
Extensive theoretical and practical experience of educational policies and school management
Experience with education management and administration
Excellent analytical and report writing skills.
Demonstrated understanding of the education sector with emphasis on school and teachers management
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles

HUMANITARIAN CHILD PROTECTION MANAGER

ROLE PURPOSE
The Child Protection (CP) Manager will be based in Borno and is the sectoral manager of all child protection implementations in the Humanitarian Response, NE Nigeria.
The overall aim of the CP Manager is to manage the CP team and ensure CP interventions in line with Save the Children and donor guidelines. Including assessment, design and managing staff to initiate quality interventions to address violations of children’s rights to protection from abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect.
The post holder is responsible for ensuring that quality programmes are implemented and capacities developed to provide these kinds of protection to children in a range of Save the Children’s emergency responses in NE Nigeria.
The post holder is expected to support on assessments and proposal writing and is responsible for programme reporting, programme design, capacity building of staff.
The manager will support in the development of the sector strategy and will represent Save the Children in coordination groups and support fundraising, recruitment and procurement.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE
Manage team of child protection, case management and child protection information management teams.
Lead on child protection assessments and implementation using Save the Children assessment processes and tools and the Inter-agency Child Protection Assessment Resource Toolkit adapting the tools as necessary.
The manager will coordinate with other Save the Children thematic areas to ensure integration, attend and be active in the Child Protection Working Group, and other external sector agencies.
Integrate quality child protection programming throughout the response and across sectors in the NE. Including in the areas of:
Emergency family tracing interventions and alternative are options for unaccompanied and separated children, utilizing tools within the Inter-Agency Child Protection Information Management System;
Prevention and response to child recruitment including advocacy and disarmament, demobilization and reintegration initiatives;
Prevention and response to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and gender-based violence (GBV);
Prevention and response to the main risks for children’s exposure to physical harm;
Prevention and response to all forms of exploitation including harmful child labour and child trafficking; and
Integration of child protection in to other core sectors.
Ensure quality delivery of programme activities, for example, monitoring against log frames and reporting on the BvA.
Preparation of timely programme and donor reports for child protection project activities in compliance with internal and external requirements.
Working closely with the human resources team, identify child protection staffing needs for the emergency programmes, and facilitate rapid recruitment, induction and training of new staff.
Identify child protection programme supply needs and work with logistics team to put in place a sensibly phased procurement plan.
Ensure quality and comprehensive case management systems are in place to support UASC and at risk children.
Anchor the development of contextual manuals for foster care placement, case management tools, child friendly spaces, child protection committees, for use on the field.
Ensure quality of child protection activities implemented on field.
Ensure the coordination of case management and Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS) database activities for quality reporting.
Ensure that the concept of confidentiality and do no harm are integrated into programming.
Working closely with the Monitoring & Evaluation team to put in place a child protection M & E plan, ensuring this links to reporting requirements, and capacity build child protection.
Put in place accountability activities for child protection, ensuring that feedback from all relevant stakeholders is considered in programme design.
Ensure the child protection response complies with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings, the Sphere Charter and Red Cross Code of Conduct.

Capacity Building:
Identify learning and training opportunities for child protection staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model.
Build capacities of government and ministries staff.
Build capacity of local partners’ staff.
Build capacity of other core sectors for fluid integration.
Representation & Advocacy & Organisational Learning:

Ensure that Save the Children’s work is coordinated with other agencies and the government; take a leadership role in the Interagency Coordination forums to ensure children needs of children are addressed. This may involve taking the lead in the Child Protection Working Group, cluster and/or sub-groups.
Take steps to document lessons learned for wider dissemination.
In collaboration with senior programme staff, play a lead role in child protection advocacy activities targeting decision-makers.
In collaboration with Save the Children colleagues feed in learning experiences and evidence to relevant global child protection advocacy objectives.
Identify opportunities and material to contribute to external communications and media work, acting as a spokesperson when required.
Prepare reports to donors to ensure that correct and appropriate sector information is included.

General:
Demonstrate leadership in relation to Save the Children policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
Deliver high quality results and development effective relationships with country programme staff which enhances the reputation of Save the Children.

Other:
Significant other duties as assigned by the Deputy Team Leader- Operations
Contribute as requested to implementation of norms and procedures of child safeguarding policy;
Ensure that Save the Children Child Protection and Safeguarding policies are understood, implemented and monitored and that it is integrated into all aspects of the response work
Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, security, equal opportunities and other relevant policies.
Support a positive and productive work environment.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED:

Significant management experience (of at least 5 years) working in an emergency response contexts or fragile states in the area of child protection
Education to BSc/BA/BEng/MSc/MA/MEng level in Social Work, Human rights Law, International Relations, Development Studies or similar, or equivalent field experience.
Previous first phase emergency response experience is essential
Ability to identify the main gaps in child protection in the given context to inform a holistic response for children.
Good knowledge of and experience in using established inter-agency standards and guidelines in child protection, such as the Inter-agency Guidelines on Separated and Unaccompanied Children, the Paris Principles, MRM, SC Child Friendly Spaces Handbook, and the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings.
Previous experience of managing a team and of project management
Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability
Experience in monitoring and evaluating child protection programmes in emergency, transition and development contexts
Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands on implementation capacity
Experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to child protection.
Experience of representation and ability to represent SC effectively in external forums.
Experience of budget management and reporting across multiple awards
Ability to write clear project reports
Excellent communication skills
Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
A high level of written and spoken English
The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.
Commitment to and understanding of child rights, the aims and principles of Save the Children , and humanitarian standards such as the Sphere Charter and the Code of Conduct. In particular, a good understanding of the SC  mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support.

DESIRABLE:
Good working knowledge of the Inter-Agency Child Protection Information Management System
Experience or knowledge of working and living in relevant regions/contexts
Specific experience of managing DFID, OFDA, ECHO, USAID and other major projects
Specific experience of working in inter – agency projects
Knowledge of area and region
Knowledge of local language, culture and traditions.
Skills and Behaviours (our Values in Practice)
Accountability:

Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Ambition:

Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically.
Collaboration:

Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
Creativity:

Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks.

Integrity:
Honest, encourages openness and transparency.

APPLICATION METHOD
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CONSULTANT – BASELINE STUDY FOR REACHING AND EMPOWERING ADOLESCENTS TO MAKE INFORMED CHOICES FOR THEIR HEALTH (REACH)
VOLUNTEER TEACHER
CONSULTANT – DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOL EMERGENCY PLAN AND SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATION
HUMANITARIAN CHILD PROTECTION MANAGER

DEADLINE: 17 May, 2018

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