CARE International has taken a bold step to functionalize the localization of the humanitarian aid agenda by deliberately ensuring that CARE GBV in an emergency is delivered in a localized
manner. This means that CARE’s GBV Coordinator will be responsible for programmatic coordination, partner development and timely implementation of activities in a localized
manner. This role will further ensure that GBV prevention and response highly integrates Women Lead in Emergency, Engaging Men and Boys and makes the role of partners visible
while capturing CARE’S program quality markers within the project locations.
Roles and Responsibility
The role will include working closely with the MEAL team to ensure synergy in implementation, timely and quality reporting, accountability, and documentation of learning. The main roles include:
- : APEAL GBV/Protection activities planning and implementation (20%)
- Technical support (Question & Answer) to local partners on GBV/Protection/RMMB/WLiE (20%)
- GBV case Management Support, Support to local partner case works and development and maintenance of an effective GBV information (M&E) system (20%).
- Technical representation at Field/Settlement/ National TWG’s ensuring effective coordination and operationalization of a network system maintaining a high reputation (10%)
- Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) and Reporting for APEAL (15%)
- Promote Gender Equity and Diversity and Safeguarding Practices (5%)
- Human Resources Management (5%)
- Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor (5%)
Qualifications and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in Gender and women Studies, Social work and social development, Law, Behavioral Arts/Sciences, or any other related field of humanities.
- Relevant Post Graduate diploma is a MUST.
- At least 5 years of hands-on professional experience in community development and emergency response.
- Working knowledge in West Nile/ Southwest region is an added advantage.
- Experience working in a humanitarian setting is preferred.
- Proven experience implementing programs on Gender, Gender based violence and male engagement.
- Experience working with large teams with multiple deliverables.
- Strong inter-personal communication skills; sound judgment and decision-making skills.
- Ability to network, build relationships and establish collaboration with different partners, agencies local and international networks.
- Knowledge and strong skills in M&E, report writing and documentation.
- Timely decision making, effectively leading teams, problem solving, functional/ technical skills.
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Procedure for applying
Candidates interested in the above job should submit an updated CV and Application letter. Also, please provide a daytime telephone contact and email addresses of 3 (three) work-related
referees. . All information is sent via CARE’s recruitment email: (firstname.lastname@example.org), indicating GBV Coordinator and the preferred location in the email subject. The deadline for submitting applications is 17th April 2022. For any questions, please call our office on 0312258100/150.
CARE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES, GENDER-SENSITIVE EMPLOYER; IT IS ALSO CORRUPTION, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE INTOLERANT. Please Note that CARE International in Uganda does not ask applicants to pay for recruitment.
Kindly note that effective 1st January 2022, CARE International will require all its staff to be fully vaccinated with COVID 19 to access any CARE office premises.
N.B: Refer to the job description below for more details about the job.