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The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) is dedicated to improving the security of states and their people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights. DCAF contributes to making peace and development more sustainable by assisting partner states and international actors supporting these states, to improve the governance of their security sector through inclusive and participatory reforms. It creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, provides legal and policy advice and supports capacity‐building of both state and non‐state security sector stakeholders.
DCAF's Foundation Council comprises 62 member states, the Canton of Geneva and six permanent observers. Active in over 70 countries, DCAF is internationally recognized as one of the world's leading centres of excellence for security sector governance (SSG) and security sector reform (SSR). DCAF is guided by the principles of neutrality, impartiality, local ownership, inclusive participation, and gender equality. For more information please visit www.dcaf.ch
DCAF’s Public-Private Partnerships Division works with business, governments and communities to improve security, sustainable development and respect for human rights. We are a strategic implementing partner for both the Montreux Document and the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers (ICoC) and an Observer to the Voluntary Principles on security and Human Rights (VPs). In partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), our work supports companies operating in complex environments to ensure that human rights are integrated into their business practices. For more information, please see: www.ppps.dcaf.ch
The successful applicant will play a key role, with the Head of Division, in managing the division’s programmes and providing oversight to the division’s staff. The position will also involve representational duties. Part of a professional team in Geneva, the Deputy Head will contribute to strengthening the Division’s policy research work while promoting regional and national implementation of applicable international norms and good practices.
If you think you are a good match for DCAF and the position advertised, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 March 2019 with the subject heading “Deputy Head of Division”, enclosing:
DCAF is committed to equality of opportunity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates regardless of sex, age, disability, gender identity, religion, or ethnicity.
To learn more and to apply for the position, Deputy Head, Public-Private Partnerships Division, please follow the link provided.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) works worldwide to provide humanitarian assistance to people affected by conflict and armed violence. It takes action in response to emergencies and at the same time promotes respect for international humanitarian law. It is an independent and neutral organization, and its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
The post holder should contribute to the work of the Forensic Unit in the promotion and continued development of its programs and activities related to the management of the dead in armed conflict, disasters, and migration. S/he will work under the supervision of the Head of the Forensic Unit and technical supervision of the Deputy Head of Unit.
To learn more and to apply for the position, TRAINEESHIP IN THE FORENSIC UNIT, please follow the link provided.
The ICRC Partnership Development Adviser provides support to delegations on partnering within or outside the Movement in favor of the operational partnerships ICRC has with NS in programmatic and/or organizational development areas.
S/he updates and frames related institutional partnerships on operational or organizational areas, ensuring consistency with current partnership framework agreements with ICRC (or other relevant framework), promote the development of national or regional partnerships within or outside the Movement in favor of ICRC’s operational partnership with NSs operating in their own context, and strengthen capacities and support delegations in the creation or implementation of such partnerships.
The post supports the implementation of current NSD advanced partnerships (e.g. Finance Development with NorCross piloted in 6 African contexts), the identification based on delegation needs of new advanced partnerships with NS operating internationally in specific areas (e.g. Branch and Volunteer Development with Danish RC) or other organizations, the development of guidance, tools and training to support delegations in creating local or regional partnerships within or outside the Movement in favor of NSs.
The Adviser works closely and transversely with colleagues at Headquarters (MOUV Division and other métiers) and with ICRC Cooperation file-holders in the field. S/he will spend approximately 50% of the time in the field supporting ICRC delegations.
To learn more and to apply for the position, NS Development Partnership Adviser, please follow the link provided.
Project implementation: Radio SIFAKA - Tracing the path of peace through the voices of young people
Madagascar benefits from the United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) Youth Advocacy and Gender Equality Initiative (GYPI). This support concerns the financing of a project entitled "Radio Sifaka - Tracing the Way of Peace Through the Voices of Young People" which will be implemented over an 18-month period starting in January 2019.
As part of this project, the UN System in Madagascar, represented by UNDP, UNICEF and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, wants to improve the access of young men and women to reliable and quality information and knowledge through the integration of their voices in a complex and fragile political context. To do so, they will contribute to the consolidation of peace through the establishment of a neutral, independent and professional radio whose programs will be developed for young people and by young people and will be relayed by other community radio stations. The information and programs broadcast will thus be a source of inspiration for Community peace initiatives.
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The ICRC is carrying out a project to update the commentaries on the four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and their two Additional Protocols of 1977. The Legal Division is seeking to hire a legal adviser to work as a part of the project team under the supervision of the head of the unit. The role will be to carry out research and draft texts for the new commentaries.
To learn more and to apply for the position, Legal Adviser, please follow the link provided.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Mission (COM), in coordination with the Senior Resources Management Officer (SRMO), and in close collaboration with the Staff Security Unit (SSU) at Headquarters (HQs) and Manila, Regional Office (RO) in Nairobi, and the Programme Managers in South Sudan, the successful candidate will be accountable and responsible for all security and safety matters related directly or indirectly to all IOM personnel and property in South Sudan.
S/he will rationally and successfully manage the IOM South Sudan Security Unit implementing appropriate safety and security management procedures that will effectively address staff safety and the protection of IOM Assets. S/he will be responsible for all aspects of the mission’s and its programmes’ safety and security; implementing IOM’s Safety and Security Policy and the security policies and procedures of the United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UN DSS) in accordance with the UNDSS-IOM Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
To learn more and to apply for the position, Field Security Officer (P3), please follow the link provided.
The Center for Civilians in Conflict is an international nonprofit with offices around the world working to improve protection of civilians caught in conflict zones. Their mission is to work with armed actors and civilians in conflict to develop and implement practical solutions to prevent, mitigate, and respond civilian harm.
The Technical Director (TD) has overall responsibility for setting the strategic vision and implementing CIVIC’s program in the Sahel, which focuses on supporting the G5 Sahel Joint Force’s (G5S-JF) efforts to implement the human rights compliance framework (HRCF). The HRCF includes mechanisms for civilian casualty and incident tracking, screening, training, rules/regulations/standard operating procedures, planning and operations that take into account human rights and international humanitarian law, after action reviews (AAR), and accountability measures. The successful candidate will possess a mix of technical skills working with militaries on protection of civilians as well as superb program management, human resources management and leadership skills. The TD will be responsible for providing technical assistance and advising the G5S-JF, as well Sahelian governments, on implementing efforts to mitigate harm to civilians. The TD, along with support from headquarters, will also be responsible for managing, recruiting and supervising staff and consultants, ensuring overall financial management and accountability, adhering to the technical requirements and deliverables in CIVIC’s grant(s), and achieving the results set out the program documents and codified in monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) plan(s).
To learn more and to apply for the position, G5 Sahel Joint Force: Technical Director, please follow the link provided.
Center for Civilians in Conflict is an international nonprofit with offices around the world working to improve protection for civilians caught in conflict zones. Their mission is to work with armed actors and civilians in conflict to develop and implement solutions to prevent, mitigate, and respond civilian harm. They are advocates who believe that no civilian caught in conflict should be ignored, and advisors who provide practical solutions to preventing and responding to civilian harm.
Work with the Country Director to ensure successful implementation of the civilians protection program in Iraq. This includes developing strategies for successful implementation of the project; engaging ISF and the coalition and relevant governmental security agencies in order to implement training and guidance and develop policies that improves the protection of civilians; conduct advocacy activities for adoption of a policy on protection of civilians and post-harm assistance; work with the Ministry of Defense (MOI) and Ministry of Interior (MOI) to help develop and implement civilian casualty mitigation tools; work with MOI and MOD to develop training curricula for commanders and officers and line soldiers;; conduct facilitation workshops between military and civilians.
To learn more and to apply for the position, Military Advisor, Iraq, please follow the link provided.
USIP contributes to policy by convening diverse communities of policymakers for exchanges of knowledge, informing policy discussions with evidence and learning, and partnering with organizations (both governmental and non-governmental) to convert policy into meaningful action. In this role, the Director will lead the Institute’s international partnership engagement within the Institute’s Center for Policy, Learning and Strategy (PLS), which serves as the Institute’s hub for linking programmatic evidence and research to communities of policymakers and practitioners. Desirable applicants will be dynamic leaders who are creative thinkers with a track record of working on complex policy problems that incorporate diverse perspectives for success. Applicants should have experience building, expanding, and strengthening partnerships and networks of policymakers, practitioners, and experts to advance the development of coherent and effective policy on topics pertaining to USIP’s priorities.
To learn more and to apply for the position of Director, International Partnerships, please follow the link provided.
Assurer le bon déroulement des activités de COOPI en RCA en coordonnant les ressources humaines, financières et matérielles mises à disposition pour l’exécution des actions, et la représenter auprès de toutes institutions.
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