Plan International Roster
Plan International is looking to grow our pool of experienced Emergency Response Manager’s to lead Plan International’s humanitarian programming as part of our Emergency Roster. Members of our roster are specialists in their field and have the skills and expertise to be deployed to a humanitarian response anywhere in the world, generally up to a maximum period of four months.
Successful applicants will be added to our roster of Emergency Response Managers and contacted for deployment opportunities. Whilst being a member of the roster is not paid you will receive a salary as well as ‘per diem’, accommodation and travel costs whilst deployed.
We build a close relationship with Roster Members, with access to online humanitarian courses and regular engagement to ensure Roster Members receive benefits to being on the roster both when deployed and when not deployed. The Deployment Manager will regular reach out to Roster Members for updates on their availability and access to online courses and tools
The Child Protection in Emergencies specialist provides oversight and leadership to Plan International’s child protection response in a specific crisis. You will be responsible for assessment, response analysis, design, coordination, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of child protection in emergency programmes as part of our broader emergency response. You will ensure that gender equality is core to our child protection in emergencies response and that our intervention meets the child protection and gender-based violence minimum standards.
To quality to be on the roster, you will require a minimum of 3 years of work experience in humanitarian settings with progressively responsible roles in designing, leading and/or coordinating CPiE responses. We are specifically looking for child protection in emergency roster members with expertise in working with child survivors of sexual- and gender based violence (SGBV). Ideally you will be proficient in English plus French or Spanish. Strong team management and capacity strengthening experience resulting in high performing team work. You will be committed to ensuring safeguarding and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment is core to our ways of working.
It is expected that Roster Members would have done a HEAT security course in the past 3 years.