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World Health Organization

Prevention And Response To Sexual Exploitation, Abuse And Harassment Officer

Kampala, Uganda

Mercy Corps

Venture Building Project Manager (Jobtech For Refugees)

Kampala, Uganda

National Council for Higher Education

Programme Assessor - Early Childhood Development

Kampala, Uganda

Norwegian Refugee Council

Multi Core Competency Project Coordinator

Kampala, Uganda

Kyosk

Area Commercial Manager - Makindye, Mkoa Wa Kati

Kampala, Uganda

ChildFund International

Project Coordinator(Education)

Kampala, Uganda

Plan International

MERL Officer

Kampala, Uganda

Mercy Corps

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Assistant – Kotido

Kampala, Uganda

National Aviation Services (NAS)

Operations Team Leader

Entebbe, Uganda

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British High Commission- Uganda

Monitoring And Assurance Policy Officer

Kampala, Uganda

Prevention And Response To Sexual Exploitation, Abuse And Harassment Officer

Closing: Jul 19, 2022

18 days remaining

Published: Jun 29, 2022 (2 days ago)

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Education:

Essential: Advanced level university degree in international development, programme management, business management, social sciences, or related field relevant to the functions of the position.

Desirable: Specialized training in gender-based violence, social anthropology, community engagement, or behavior change management.

Competencies:

  • Teamwork
  • Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
  • Communication
  • Producing results
  • Moving Forward in Changing Environment
Experience:

Essential: At least 5 years of national and/or international professional and progressive work experience and expertise in PSEA programming and programme. Demonstrated experience in the field of sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, gender-based violence, staff misconduct and discipline, gender mainstreaming and/or humanitarian affairs.

Desirable: Working experience in leadership, accountability, enabling and programme functions in the UN system, and gender-based violence / Child protection/ protection specialist and/or coordinator.


Responsibilities
Education:

Essential: Advanced level university degree in international development, programme management, business management, social sciences, or related field relevant to the functions of the position.

Desirable: Specialized training in gender-based violence, social anthropology, community engagement, or behavior change management.

Competencies:

  • Teamwork
  • Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
  • Communication
  • Producing results
  • Moving Forward in Changing Environment
Experience:

Essential: At least 5 years of national and/or international professional and progressive work experience and expertise in PSEA programming and programme. Demonstrated experience in the field of sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, gender-based violence, staff misconduct and discipline, gender mainstreaming and/or humanitarian affairs.

Desirable: Working experience in leadership, accountability, enabling and programme functions in the UN system, and gender-based violence / Child protection/ protection specialist and/or coordinator.


  1. Lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive and updated framework for PRSEAH including the development of standard operating procedures and implementation guidelines.
  2. In collaboration with key stakeholders, identify opportunities and support the development of systemic solutions that ensure that those entities and individuals the WHO Uganda office works with and for, are protected from sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment.
  3. Conduct and monitor SEA Risk Assessments for the Country Office using the available tools.
  4. Develop, implement, and periodically review the internal reporting and response procedures including reviewing and strengthening of existing reporting mechanisms, implementing clear standard operating procedures (SOPs) for handling of complaints, and mapping and streamlining existing referral systems
  5. Advise Country Office senior management and staff on responsibilities and accountabilities in preventing and responding to SEA and SH including regular briefings on risks, and incidents.
  6. Support PRSEAH mainstreaming among stakeholders, as needed, including Government and partners.
  7. Facilitate access to Victim centered approach services by mapping and ensuring functionality of referral pathways to victims’ assistance services.
  8. Perform any other incident-specific related duties, as required by the functional supervisor/ WHO Uganda.


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