Qualifications (Know How)
Indicate the minimum required level of education, experience, and skills necessary to qualify for the position and fulfill the organization’s
expectations for job performance. Also include the education, experience, and skills desired for the position.
Education / Training
E.g. high school diploma; college degree (specify major/minor); specialty (ex. Accounting). Include the following phrase when possible:
“or equivalent combination of education and work experience.”
• Education: Advanced degree Gender Studies, Protection, Social Sciences or Bachelor degree or related
• Experience: +5 years’ technical experience in either Protection or Gender
• 5 years of proven leadership and management skills with ability to motivate personnel and be sensitive
• Language: Strong command of English and Arabic languages
• Communications: Good report writing skills
• Computer: Good computer skills
• Strong in networking, representation and building relations
• Ability to work with people of various cultures
• Sound conceptual skills in humanitarian emergency, early recovery and development programming and designing interventions in such context
Number of months/ years of previous professional experience in a similar position.
Examples: languages; planning; budgeting; word-processing, basic accounting; advanced written communications; presentations; fundraising;
Experience of undertaking high level representation to influence government, donor, partners, and agency policy and practice
• Familiar with humanitarian programming and inter-agency coordination systems;
• Proven experience combining formal expertise on Protection and GBV mainstreaming and gender equality with experience of applying these concretely to specific humanitarian program sectors, plans, policies and processes. In particular, demonstrated experience in mainstreaming GBV and protection in at least one of CARE’s key sectors (WASH, Shelter, SRH & Food Security)
• Proven experience in managing GBV/Protection specific projects
• Masters or advanced degree in a relevant subject area;
• Knowledge of training tools and methods and proven experience delivering training on Protection and GBV responsive programs;
* Commitment to equal opportunity and gender equality.
* Demonstrated experience in integrating gender and diversity issues into programmes.
* Evidence of project cycle management experience, including strategic planning, budgeting, reporting, monitoring & evaluation.
* Ability to work with local authorities and rural communities including traditional and political leadership
* Experience of convening different actors, building alliances, networking around issues to deliver greater change
* Excellent people skills, with proven ability to motivate others and work collaboratively, requiring strong self-awareness and inter-personal skills.
* Familiarity with CARE'’s business rules and programme quality processes is an asset.
* Creative and innovative approach – ability to lead thinking on technology choices and development approaches.
* Experience in building the capacity of the team internally and of external stakeholders.
* Ability to foster innovation and cross programme learning
* Ability to travel regularly at short notice.
• Managing relations by being sensitive to cultural differences and responding appropriately to different situations.