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Work Location : South Sudan - Juba Type of Post : Unaccompanied
Other Possible Location : Funding : APPROVED
Expected Travel : up to 30% Type of Contract :
Language Requirement : ENGLISH Application Deadline :
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CARE seeks a passionate Gender & Protection (GBV) Advisor responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of the gender/protection thematic programs in line with the overall CARE Strategic Plan, and Gender thematic strategies and Programming guidelines. S/he will provide technical and methodological support to CARE’s country program in relation to gender work. The Gender & Protection Advisor will actively contribute to defining strategies advancing gender work in South Sudan through research, partnership, alliance building, and advocacy initiatives. S/he provides leadership in cross-learning and knowledge generation for thematic alignment in relation to CARE’s gender strategic priorities across the organization. The position supports the building of systems, structures, the capacity of staff and partners to put women’s rights at the heart of programming in SS.
Reporting to the Deputy Country Director for Programs (DCD-P), s\he is responsible for ensuring program quality of CARE’s GBV programs. The Gender/Protection Advisor is responsible for fundraising for GBV and protection sector and ensures GBV mainstreaming and integration in the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of sectorial and multi-sectorial programs. S/he further contributes to the quality of GBV prevention and mitigation programming in other programs/sectors (FSL SRH/Health and Nutrition). S/he will build the capacity of the program staff delivering GBV prevention, mitigation and response services in line with international and CARE standards. The GBV Advisor ensures that processes and systems are in place to ensure the well-being of CARE’s GBV program staff and volunteers, especially those who are providing direct GBV services or are in regular contact with survivors
• Master’s degree in Gender Studies, Social Work, International Relations, Conflict Transformation, Development Studies, or related discipline
• At least (5) years’ experience working on protection and gender equality and mainstreaming in humanitarian contexts, including experience of field-level management of complex humanitarian response and resilience programs.
• Experience in coordination roles supporting multiple offices/locations/teams
• Experience working in remote management in South Sudan or similar context
• Experience in Protection and GBV programming in Emergency, gender transformative programming and Resource mobilization/fundraising
• Excellent English communication skills (both oral and written)
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