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NATIONAL CHILD SAFEGUARDING ADVISOR – Egypt | #itsecurity | #infosec | #hacking | #aihp


Mission of the position:

The mission of the Child Safeguarding is to coordinate and support the implementation of the global project/s on strengthening CS in MAs working in a high-risk context. As well as follow up on the qualitative implementation of the CS area of work.

Main clients:

  • National Director
  • National Programme Development Director
  • National/Locations Child Safeguarding teams
  • Child Safeguarding team members in all programmes of the member association
  • Child Safeguarding Advisor IOR CEE/CIS.

Key performance areas and main responsibilities:

  • Acts as an advisor to the National Director on the implementation of CS project/s in MAs with high risk context
  • Ensures that the minimum requirements of the policy support document on child safeguarding reporting and responding procedures in member associations and the policy support document on child safeguarding investigations are met by the member association and all its programmes, provide support to programme child safeguarding teams.
  • Coordinates the implementation of the Child Protection Policy and related child safeguarding policy support documents in the member association.
  • Ensures establishment of a strong and reliable CS reporting and responding procedure in the member association.
  • Collects lessons learnt as well as identified challenges to ensure that relevant preventive, awareness raising and capacity building measures are planned and further implemented.
  • Ensures that relevant child safeguarding documents and tools are available to child safeguarding team members at national and programme level.
  • Conducts mapping to identify key country-level contacts, national child protection legislation, existing national child protection systems, with whom to work/network, potential resources for local advice and possible victim response, etc
  • Conducts a status quo analysis including existing resource and capacity, risk assessment involving all CS team members at national and programme level.
  • Identifies capacity building needs on child safeguarding at national level and in programmes and in coordination with HR supports development and implementation of necessary training tools and processes.
  • Responsible for sharing status report, review of incidents and closure when CS incident is monitored by or escalated to the IOR CEE/CIS with IOR CS focal person.
  • Coordinates the development of national CS actions during the annual planning process.
  • Conducts child safeguarding audit in all programmes of the member association.
  • Prepares annual child safeguarding report and submits the report for approval to the National Director.
  • Maintains the national Child Safeguarding Incident Register.
  • Follows up on reported CS concerns and incidents together with the programme CS team.
  • Facilitates internal and external knowledge sharing on child safeguarding with a strong focus on prevention and capacity building.
  • Participates in the regional child safeguarding network.

Direct supervisor: NPDD

Must criteria:

    • University degree education in social sciences
      – Minimum 5 years experience in social welfare field, preferably in the sector of child and youth welfare
      – Good knowledge of standards and current directions of development in the field of child’s rights approach, and social welfare systems
      – Good knowledge of written and spoken English
      – Strong communication, negotiation and advocating skills.

Competencies – knowledge, skills, abilities:

    • Good knowledge of standards, legal issues, developments in the social welfare field, particularly in child and youth welfare. Good knowledge of and commitment to children’s rights
      – Team player with excellent communication skills and analytical ability
      – Facilitation, negotiation, public-speaking and diplomatic skills
      – Good coordination and organization skills, including ability to plan, organize and deliver results
      – Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
      – Ability to prioritize and handle a large amount of information
      – Willingness to travel within the country
      – Computer literacy (MS Office).

How to apply

Deadline: August 23,2022

The email subject line must include in the title of email : NATIONAL child safeguarding Advisor

To be noted: only Egyptian nationality

Please send your application (CV, motivation letter, references) to: h.r@sos-egypt.org

We thank all applicants for their interest but only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview.

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