Programme Specialist (Gender PSEA), Kampala, Uganda
Support building and maintenance of strategic alliances for gender equality with various partners, including institutional links with UN agencies and other relevant entities.
Collaborate with other UN agencies and partners to enhance robust gender results in sectoral programmes at the country level, including, but not limited, through participantion in HRGAG and GDPG. If necessary, represent UNICEF in external meetings on gender integration into sectoral and cross-sectoral results, including UN Country Team meetings and UNSDCF coordination, including UNCT-SWAP scorecard, GEM and HRM in UNSDCF result areas.
Support mapping of potential new partnerships and leverage existing partnerships to accelerate GAP implementation at the country level in determined priority areas.
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have...
An advanced university degree preferably in social sciences, social work, political science, law or other relevant fields.
A minimum of 8 years' relevant experience working in emergency settings, on children's and women's rights, on violence prevention and response, in particular sexual violence and other forms of gender based violence; and/or on child protection.
Experience in designing, implementing, managing, and delivering results-based programmes/projects on gender and development or any other cross cutting programme, especially at country/field level, experience in emergency response is an asset.