Age Gender and Diversity Consultant – UNHCR – Home Based

Location:
Home Based
Industry Sector:
International Public Sector
Type of contract:
Contract
Salary:
Competitive

Age Gender and Diversity Consultant – UNHCR – Home Based

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Age Gender and Diversity Consultant – UNHCR – Home Based

Main Duties

  • Prepare a work plan and timeline to be reviewed and approved by the Protection Officer (Community-Based)
  • Complete UNHCR’s Focus training
  • Carry out initial consultations within DIP to define the outline and structure of the AGD report and identify key good practices from the field
  • Develop and seek approval from Snr. Community-Based Protection Advisor for the outline and analytical framework of the AGD Report
  • Review existing reports and good practices (e.g. LGBTI field consultations, Europe AGD report, PA reports, good practices, Prospect partnership reports)
  • Initiate bidding process for the editing and design of the report by • Extract AGD and Year-End reports from Focus: 01 April 2020
  • Analyse trends based on data and information from AGD and Year-End reports by themes and geographical regions as well as other relevant reports (covering for example gender Equality, Child protection and Youth, etc): 09 April 2020
  • Finalize the first draft of the AGD Report based on analysis conducted: 17 April 2020
  • Consult with Snr. Community-Based Protection Advisor and Protection Officer (CBP) on the first draft and implement comments with the purpose of sharing the first draft for review 24 April 2020
  • Share the first draft of the AGD report for review 24 April 2020 (1st instalment)
  • Develop and seek approval from Snr. Community-Based Protection Advisor for the outline of the AGD checklists: 30 April 2020
  • Consult with relevant stakeholders on outstanding issues, collect and implement comments on the first draft of the AGD Report 2018: 8 May 2020
  • Finalize second/final draft of the AGD Accountability Report 2018 after incorporation of input received: 15 May 2020 (2nd instalment)
  • Seek comments and approval from senior management on the final draft of the AGD Report and implement final changes and send to editor 30 May 2020
  • Finalize the first draft of the AGD checklists: 5 June 2020
  • Consult with relevant stakeholders on outstanding issues, collect and implement comments on the first draft of the AGD checklists: 12 June 2020
  • Implement edits received on the AGD report from the editor and CBP unit and prepare for sign-off by DIP Director: 6 June 2020
  • Finalize layout and design for the AGD Report and liaise with the designer as well as the printing service for timely completion: 14 June 2020
  • Final approved and published AGD Report 15 June 2020 (3rd instalment)
  • Seek comments on second draft of the AGD checklists 26 June
  • Implementation of comments and finalization of AGD checklists 08 July (4th instalment)

Essential minimum qualifications and professional experience required

  • Minimum 6 years of experience working in humanitarian with a University degree.
  • Preference will be given to a candidate familiar with UNHCR’s AGD work and results based management system and/or familiar with using Focus.
  • Experience in AGD-inclusive programming and / or gender equality programming.
  • Proven research and analytical skills to be able to identify and highlight thematic and regional trends, specifically on human rights concerns
  • Experience in working with quantitative data and indicators
  • Ability to draft and write with clarity, high level of analysis, and conciseness.
  • Proven previous experience in writing reports 5
  • Experience working with different stakeholders and bringing stakeholders together, managing expectations and small size projects
Closing date for applications 23 February 2020 before midnight.

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