Centrality of Protection in Humanitarian Action Review Consultant

  • Added Date: Friday, 11 January 2019
  • Deadline Date: Monday, 21 January 2019

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Job Title : Centrality of Protection in Humanitarian Action Review Consultant

Duty Station : Home-Based

Duration : 18 February 2019 to 15 March 2019

Contract Type : Individual Consultant

Contract Level : Level C (Task based, Estimated fees – between US$ 11,000 - US$15,000)

Closing date : 21 January 2019

BACKGROUND:

In 2016, the Global Protection Cluster (GPC) Operations Cell and the Protection Standby Capacity Project (ProCap) carried out a desk review of field and global protection cluster actions to promote the centrality of protection. To build on this initiative, the GPC again sought to review global and field efforts to reinforce the centrality of protection in humanitarian action. The 2017 review aimed to enhance the understanding of the range and diversity of approaches to the centrality of protection, as well as reflect on good practices, challenges and learning opportunities. The review was drafted by a ProCap Advisor and the GPC Coordinator, with substantive inputs from GPC members and was released in 2018.

The GPC therefore requires assistance to carry out the 2018 review of field and global protection cluster actions to promote the centrality of protection in humanitarian action. This activity is covered by earmarked funding from the US government.

OVERALL PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF ASSIGNMENT:**

Under the supervision of the Senior Global Protection Cluster Coordinator, the Individual Consultant will have the following responsibilities:

complete desk review

by 25 February 2019

design and conduct survey

by 25 February 2019

consult with in-country staff

by 4 March 2019

draft the GPC 2018 Centrality of Protection in Humanitarian Action Review

by 15 March 2019

MONITORING AND PROGRESS CONTROLS (REPORT REQUIREMENTS, PERIODICITY, FORMAT, DEADLINES):**

a. The final product: comparative analysis completed, standard table per protection category completed and final recommendations for the GPC, its Areas of Responsibility and the Protection Clusters.

b. Delivery Periodicity, as applicable:

c. Work on the basis of time employed (Payment at the end of Consultancy after delivery of services).

d. If it is to result in a written product specify: final draft of the GPC 2018 Centrality of Protection in Humanitarian Action Review

i. Number of pages: n/a

ii. Language(s): English

iii. Number of copies: 1

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Education:

Master's degree (law, international law, international human rights law, international relations, international development, humanities or other related degree)

Required Experience:**

  • At least 11 years of relevant professional experience working in a humanitarian context, including substantial field-based experience in protection and management;
  • Demonstrated evaluation and research experience in humanitarian contexts;
  • Previous work experience in a cluster setting.

COMPETENCIES:**

· Good knowledge of International Humanitarian Law, International Refugee and Human Rights Law;

· Good knowledge of the cluster structure as well as the particular inter-agency nature;

· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills: the ability to successfully and effectively communicate with people in a multi-cultural environment;

· Excellent analytical skills: data analysis skills including the capacity to collect and analyse qualitative and quantitative data from various sources to produce meaningful analysis for strategic planning, programing, advocacy and other needs.

LANGUAGE:

· Excellent written and oral communication skills in English;

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