ASDEPO’s mission is to improve the lives of needy mothers, children, youths, and elders from first to last escalating their access to health and education services, supporting income generation and improving the natural environment, using a holistic and participatory loom.
ASDEPO is a local Civil Society Organization that has been working in all Regions of Ethiopia towards ensuring the poorest and most vulnerable and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food and livelihoods, water and sanitation, nutrition, healthcare and education. ASDEPO implements a range of multi-sectorial development, resilience, recovery and humanitarian responses Programmes by being sensitive to cross-cutting issues.
ABOUT THE POSITION: The GBV Coordinator for Metekel zone will support the ASDEPOs GBV intervention in Debate and Bulen woredas. He/she will provide technical oversight to officers GBV activities across relevant project locations, ensuring the improvement and application of harmonized quality standards and supporting a consistent integration of protection principles into all ASDEPO program activities across the region. He/ She will technically supervise GBV officers, MPSS officers and provide any needed support to protection assistants and community workers. He/ She will additionally work closely with the GBV Response coordinator in Addis to ensure quality implementation of activities across the region.
Number of Post- 1 (one)
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree/MA in social sciences, law, social work, Public health, Reproductive health, international development, or another relevant field from a recognized institution
Minimum 5 years’ work experience for BA and 3 year for MA within the field of GBV and protection, particularly experience in Humanitarian settings, working on gender-based violence, as GBV sub-sector/cluster coordinator
Experience on GBV mainstreaming with other sectors and working with international NGO’s, UN agencies, local authorities in IDP/migrants/refugee settings in complex emergencies;
Experience in developing and delivering high-quality trainings on GBV core principles, Case Management and other protection concepts;
Be able to quickly understand and adapt to context and factors that might enable positive collaboration and coordination and be willing to seek regular guidance from head office leadership on these matters.
Strong understanding of ethical issues with regards to collecting GBV data and design of safe GBV assessments.
Experience of using GBVIMS would be an asset
Interested and qualified applicants need to submit ONLY once their non – returnable application with CV for one vacancy. The vacancy reference number along with the title & Duty station need to be written in the application letter and/or subject of the email. Applicants can apply using the following option. Applicants can apply on email@example.com. ASDEPO strongly encourages female candidates to apply! Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview and exam. Shortlisted candidates will need to submit other supporting documents upon request at later stage.
ASDEPO is not able to contribute towards any costs incurred by candidates during the recruitment process
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