If you are searching for a career/employment opportunity, why not take your time and try out on this one? Here is another Job Opportunity In Nepal: 15-938: Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Manager
Organization: International Medical Corps
Closing date: 22 Oct 2015
Essential Job Duties/Scope of Work:BACKGROUND
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development projects. Established in in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses to address the critical need for medical care in war-torn Afghanistan during the Soviet occupation, International Medical Corps is working in more than 35 countries, focused on addressing humanitarian needs of the most vulnerable while also supporting training and capacity-building.Enter your email, select new user, enter name, wait, add and finish all using this Free.
International Medical Corps mobilized its Emergency Response Team in April just days after the earthquake. In the immediate aftermath, International Medical Corps operated mobile medical units, supporting rebuilding of critical WASH infrastructure, and provided support to Government services and the population. As the need shifts from relief to transition and recovery, International Medical Corps is supporting orthopedic and physiotherapy services for injured persons, the rebuilding of damaged or destroyed health posts, restarting local agricultural production and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions.
International Medical Corps is recruiting a Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Manager, to be based in the Mid-Western Development Region of Nepal, for an anticipated US Agency for International Development project. USAID’s Health and Hygiene Activity is a five-year intervention designed to improve community health status through improved integration of hygiene in health service delivery.
Nepal Nationals are Encouraged to Apply
The GESI Manager shall be responsible for ensuring the appropriate integration of gender considerations throughout the project. S/he will provide technical advice on how to advance the goals of the project, particularly aspects related to access and utilization of WASH infrastructure and resources. S/he will work directly with senior project staff and consortium partners to support equity in delivery and results, with specific attention to the needs of women, children, persons with disabilities, and other underserved populations.
- Ensure gender considerations are integrated throughout the project.
- Identify and design culturally sensitive approaches that will successfully address specific gender-related components.
- Work with supervisors and advisors to ensure that staff are held accountable to equitable program delivery and human resource management, e.g. actively recruit women for leadership positions.
- Design training materials for all project staff, including those of partners, regarding integration of gender considerations into programming as well as International Medical Corps expectations regarding equitable hiring, retention, and treatment of staff.
- Report regularly on project activities, outputs, and outcomes.
- Contribute to other programmatic and financial reports as required.
- Support in the development and communication of social audits.
- Actively promote International Medical Corps’ Code of Conduct, ethics, values, and standards, including Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Qualifications: SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
- Master’s degree required in public health or in a related field/subject area.
- At least 7 years of experience promoting gender equity in health or WASH programming of a similar scope and in a similar country context (Nepal experience preferred).
- Experience developing training programs and materials related to gender equity, as well as mentoring health and WASH staff regarding gender equity.
- Experience working effectively on multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
- Understanding of Government of Nepal gender policies, rules, and regulations required. Understanding of similar USG and USAID policies preferred.
- Professional proficiency and fluency in verbal and written English required, proficiency in Nepali preferred.
- Based in the Mid-Western Development Region of Nepal, with frequent travel in project areas.
How to apply:
To officially begin the application process, qualified candidates please go to our career page http://careers.internationalmedicalcorps.org/careers.aspx , noting where you noticed the position you are applying for and complete the online employment application form.
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