DEADLINE EXTENSION – Project Officer – Harmonized framework on SEAH – Vacancy reference PROG. 202201

12 April 2022

Are you willing to make a difference and improve how data on sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment (SEAH) is collected and reported? Do you have project coordination skills and previous experience in the humanitarian sector? Interested in joining a growing team dedicated to make aid work better for people?

Then, we would love to hear from you. 

The CHS Alliance, together with the Steering Committee on Humanitarian Response (SCHR) and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), agreed in 2020 on a project design to develop a harmonised framework, which NGOs and the private sector would use to better collect and report Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) data.

We are looking for a dynamic project officer to serve as a resource to lead the follow up and manage day-to-day activities pertaining to this project, including the management of the relationship with potential consultants and other technical experts contracted for specific tasks or activities.

The successful candidate will promote the harmonised framework in external forum and engage various NGOs and assist interested organisations in implementing the framework, support the governance processes, and lead the Steering Committee which will provide technical and strategic support.

Areas of work will include:
1. Coordination and Project Management
2. Communication and Promotion
3. Support implementing organisations

Please find the full job description here.

Terms and conditions
Reports to: PSEAH Manager
Location: London
Contract type: Part-time (50% – 12 days/month) – Project-linked, based on donor funding, initial period requested until May 2023, anticipated extension based on continuation of funding.
Start date: ideally July 2022
Salary: ranging from  28’250 to 33’300/year (at 100%) – based on experience

The CHS Alliance has a zero-tolerance policy towards the abuse of power, exploitation, bullying, harassment, and discrimination and towards fraud and corruption.

As representatives of the CHS Alliance, staff behaviour must be seen to be of the highest standard and in keeping with the CHS Alliance vision, mission and aims. Therefore, all offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks. As part of these checks, the CHS Alliance is participating in the Inter-Agency Scheme for the Disclosure of Safeguarding-related Misconduct in Recruitment Process within the Humanitarian and Development Sector. The participation in this Scheme requires the CHS Alliance to seek information about candidate’s misconduct (including sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment) with any previous employers for at least the past five years.

How to apply
Interested candidates should submit their applications by email to:

Applications shall include in one PDF document a CV and a motivation letter (2 pages maximum). Please mention your name and the vacancy reference in the subject line.
Vacancy reference: PROG.202201

NEW Deadline for applications: Monday 6 June 2022
Expect selection process to start week of 20 June.