|Description||For more than 30 years, Médecins du Monde (MdM), a campaigning medical organization committed to international solidarity, has been caring for the most vulnerable populations at home and abroad. It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health-for-all policies. Those working for this independent organization do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations of human dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living in precarious situations. MdM France currently works in 35 countries across all continents where it focuses on 5 priority thematic areas: caring for the health of migrants and displaced persons, promoting sexual and reproductive health, combating HIV and reducing the harm and risks associated with drug use, crises and conflicts and, health and Environment.MdM France has launched a quick assessment in Bangladesh in December 2016 to explore the humanitarian situation in the country. MdM validated then a gradual intervention in Bangladesh and the MdM mission in Bangladesh opened in February 2017. From August 2017, a massive wave of population fleeing violence in the Rakhine state in Myanmar crossed the border to find refuge in Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh. This unprecedented situation created an emergency humanitarian situation.|
After nearly 2 years of emergency activities in Cox’s Bazar, MdM has now entered in a new phase and aims at strengthening its response at qualitative level and to become a recognized actor on Gender Based Violence (GBV) and Mental Health and PsychoSocial Support (MHPSS) through technical support to all non-governmental organizations (national and international) implementing healthcare services in refugee camps, for both host communities and displaced population.
In coordination with relevant national and local authorities, institutional donors and local partners, MdM now wishes to strengthen and develop its operations in the field of Migration, health and human rights, Crises and emergencies, and Mental health and psychosocial support.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the management of the general coordinator, the GBV programme coordinator has functional links with the MHPSS coordinator.
He/she will be responsible of defining MdM strategy regarding GBV in line with MdM’s overall framework for the response to GBV in crises settings. He/she will be in charge of interacting with the humanitarian community (NGO, UN) on all topics related to GBV activities. He/she will be in charge of identifying relevant GBV prevention and response service providers within the NGO community and develop specific interventions to address service and/or sector gaps and needs.
More specifically, you will be in charge of:
Organization, coordination and supervision of GBV activities
- Defining the MdM GBV strategy, in collaboration with the technical coordinators, and in line with MdM overall strategy for the response to GBV.
- Following up, revising and adjusting current training strategy, modules and curriculums as needed.
- Preparing and contextualizing GBV policy documents based on global best practice and analysis of the local law and context for MdM Bangladesh.
- Offering technical support to the design of health programs integrating GBV with external partners.
- Following-up the implementation of GBV activities by the different partners.
- Ensuring the quality of activities through a follow-up and provide guidance in case of difficulties.
- Developing a strong network of actors involved in Health and GBV interventions to foster information exchange and synergies, and animate a virtual community of practices.
- Actively participating to coordination efforts with GBV actors.
- Providing guidance to the relevant actors on definition of the Information/Education/Communication strategy and mediums (radio, press, posters, leaflets…)
- Sharing of information and best practices within the GBV sub-sector, Health sector and SRH working group on GBV program implementation, team management, confidentiality management and other related issues.
- Ensuring the capitalization of MdM GBV component implementation.
Capacity building / training
- Identifying the capacity building needs of INGO and NNGO partner’s teams related to GBV and organize the relevant trainings.
- Organizing and facilitating trainings on the response to GBV, in line with MdM training materials available and GBV sub-sector
- Training health program staff of selected NGO to integrate guiding principles of addressing GBV, GBV & psychosocial support, community mobilization toward prevention of GBV and other any relevant topics.
- Collaborating with the relevant Working Groups to set up trainings and follow-up of the activities and the quality of the medical care for victims of GBV.
- Collaborating with MdM MHPSS Coordinator and the relevant Working Groups to define good practices to be disseminated within the NGO community on psychosocial care and legal support of GBV survivors
- Mentoringing (“peer to peer”) of her/his national counterpart.
- Developing a long term capacity building plan (3 years), complete with objectives, milestones and assessment guidelines in order to facilitate the increase of role responsibilities and performance of national counterparts.
- Working together with MdM coordination, partners and other actors, take part in advocacy activities.
Reporting, information management, coordination and representation
- Increasing and enhancing program monitoring and evaluation, and determining impact, wherever possible, including the use of standard indicators
- Participating to internal MDM meetings
- Participating to the SRH and GBV sectors meetings and actively contribute to coordination efforts.
- If needed, participate to meetings with the State Ministry of Health or other stakeholders involved in GBV.
- Contributing to MdM monthly Sitrep.
- Contributing to the preparation of new proposals or reports to donors.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Status : Employee Contract
Fixed-term contract (3 months)
Starting date: As soon as possible
Gross monthly salary: 2817 euros
Premium equal to one month salary paid in two instalments – minimum of 6 months seniority required
Expatriation bonus (10% gross salary per month)
Transportation cost, vaccines and visas covered
22.5 RTT (recovery days) per year
5 weeks of paid leaves per year.
Health insurance (60% covered by MdM)
Médecins du Monde promotes trainings and internal mobility
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED:
Demonstrated 2-3 years professional experience in humanitarian settings, including at least 1 year of direct program management of Protection/GBV programs in the field.
Experience with GBV programming and implementation is mandatory.
Excellent knowledge in training implementation (peer to peer and collective session).
Excellent knowledge of IASC GBV Guidelines and ability to implement GBV mainstreaming in accordance with the guidelines
Master’s degree in relevant field (public health, social work, development studies, humanitarian affairs, or related social sciences disciplines).
Knowledge, skills, and experience in providing/leading direct services to survivors of gender-based violence using a survivor-centered and multi-sectoral approach.
Knowledge, skills, and experience in implementing primary prevention of violence against women and girls
Good knowledge of WHO ethical data sharing guidelines
Strong skills in Microsoft Office.
Personal skills required:
Ability to uphold MdM’s commitment for the response to GBV and mobilize teams around gender and GBV
Individual and group training skills in GBV and SEA.
Ability to take initiative, work independently and foster a team environment.
Strong organizational, oral and written communication and coordination skills.
Excellent project design and proposal development skills and developing tools for cross-organizational sharing of best practices.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
Good sense of diplomacy and understanding of international global political issues.
Languages: English is mandatory, French is an asset.
You are committed to MdM’s values as an organisation and motivated by its non-statutory, NFP model.
TELEPHONE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Médecins du Monde reserves the right to fill the vacancy before the closing date for applications.
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