Consultancy: Co-leadership of the CPMS Working Group- Home-based – REQ #528426
Years of experience:
UN Children’s Fund
28 Dec 2019
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Consultancy Title: Co-leadership of the CPMS Working Group
Section/Division/Duty Station: Home-based
Duration: 125 days (20 January to 20 December 2020)
If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world’s leading children’s rights organization would like to hear from you. For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children’s survival, protection and development. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments. UNICEF has over 12,000 staff in more than 145 countries.
The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) Working Group is part of the interagency Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (www.alliancecpha.org ). UNICEF is the permanent co-lead of the Alliance. Plan International currently co-leads the Alliance with UNICEF.
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is a forum for inter-agency collaboration for more effective prevention and response efforts. It focuses on normative work, including operational standard-setting and development of technical guidance. It also provides its members with technical support and guidance to improve quality and coverage of CP in humanitarian action. The Alliance’s work falls into five broad categories:
UNICEF also co-leads of the CPMS Working Group together with Save the Children. The CPMS Working Group leads technical standard setting and promotes the use and integration of the CPMS, while learning from their use and improving them. The objective of the CPMS is to support quality, predictability and accountability of child protection responses in humanitarian action.
In 2020, the CPMS Working Group has the following objectives in its work plan:
Terms of Reference / Deliverables
The co-lead of the CPMS Working Group will work under the direct supervision of the Senior Advisor, Child Protection in Emergencies, UNICEF HQ. S/he will work in close collaboration with the CPMS Working Group co-lead, hired by Save the Children, to deliver on the workplan of the CPMS Working Group. The following are the list of tasks to be completed during in 2020.
All of the above responsibilities are shared and implemented together with the CPMS Working Group co-lead from Save the Children.
2) Work experience
U.S. Visa information:
With the exception of the US Citizens, G4 Visa and Green Card holders, should the selected candidate and his/her household members reside in the United States under a different visa, the consultant and his/her household members are required to change their visa status to G4, and the consultant’s household members (spouse) will require an Employment Authorization Card (EAD) to be able to work, even if he/she was authorized to work under the visa held prior to switching to G4.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process
For every Child, you demonstrate…
UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. View our competency framework at:Here
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.