THE RED CRESCENT SOCIETY OF TAJIKISTAN
|Project Title:||Emergency Appeal: MDR65006, Population Movement|
|Location:||Dushanbe city, Tajikistan|
|Title of the Position:||Protection, Gender and Inclusion (PGI) Manager/Officer|
|Type of contract:||Individual Contract (national)|
|Languages required:||Tajik and English|
|Protection, Gender and Inclusion (PGI) describes the IFRC’s approach and way of working to address the causes, risks and consequences of violence, discrimination and exclusion in an integrated way. People affected by disasters can have very different experiences. A person’s sex, gender identity, age, physical ability, race, nationality and many other factors can influence how they are vulnerable to, and affected by disasters, conflicts and crises. They can also affect how they respond and recover. Emergencies can also make existing inequalities worse. This can be seen in the increase in incidences of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), violence against children and trafficking in human beings during and after emergencies.
– Protection means addressing violence and keeping people safe from harm.
– Gender and diversity is about addressing discrimination and understanding people’s different needs, risks and capacities
– Inclusion means actively addressing exclusion by meaningfully involving and engaging excluded people in our work.
- Integrate community involvement and accountability into all national community strategies, values, plans, and policies so that it becomes a standard operating method for all staff and volunteers
- Provide CEA trainings for RCST staff and volunteers
- Provide support and mentoring for staff to improve engagement with the community in all projects.
- Assessments are transparent and participatory and capture a thorough understanding of the context, needs, and appropriate approaches for community engagement
- Ensure the program/response is designed with the involvement and input of community members, including men, women, boys, girls, and any marginalized groups
- Ensure plans and budgets include activities and indicators that set out and measure how communities will be engaged
- Regularly share information about the program/ response with community members, using the best approaches to reach different groups
- Integrate a community feedback mechanism in the program/response, ensuring feedback is analyzed, responded to, and acted upon
- Review, adjust, and improve the program/response regularly, based on community feedback and monitoring
- A resident of the Republic of Tajikistan
- Abide by 7 principles of movement
- Experience in research, data collection and analysis, and reporting
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, and networking skills, able to build relationships with people at all levels of the organization and with external partners and organizations
- Strong presentation, facilitation, and training skills
- Good knowledge of gender and diversity issues
- Willing for challenges and traveling
- Ability to work on tight deadlines.
Work location: Dushanbe, with frequent field trips to project-targeted regions.
Please send your CV/Resume (mentioning position in the subject line) to: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for applications is January 09, 2023.
It should be noted that the applications sent after this date and time will not be taken into consideration.
Kindly note that only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview. RCST does not enter into correspondence with regard to the reasons for non-selection of candidates.