HR Specialist - Prevention of Sexual Misconduct - IPSA 10
Home Based - May require travel
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The following documents shall be required from the applicants:
Personal CV or P11, indicating all past positions held and their main underlying functions, their durations (month/year), the qualifications, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate, and at least three (3) the most recent professional references of previous supervisors. References may also include peers.
A cover letter (maximum length: 1 page) indicating why the candidate considers him-/herself to be suitable for the position.
Managers may ask (ad hoc) for any other materials relevant to pre-assessing the relevance of their experience, such as reports, presentations, publications, campaigns or other materials.
Office/Unit/Project Description The People Performance Unit (PPU) falls part of the Office of Human Resources (OHR) and exists to provide substantive leadership to the development and implementation of the UNDP-wide approaches and strategies aimed at creating a positive employee experience and maintaining a safe, respectful and enabling working environment that enables personnel engagement, productivity and performance. More specifically, the team leads and provides advice on matters related to employee experience and engagement, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, duty of care with a focus on occupational safety, health and wellbeing (OSHW), dealing with sexual misconduct in the workplace, and individual performance management and its linkages with the broader organizational performance. Addressing sexual misconduct addresses two separate issues of sexual harassment (SH) in the workplace and sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) of beneficiaries.
Institutional ArrangementThe Contractor will report to the Chief People Performance unit.
Duties and Responsibilities
Scope of Work a) In line with UNDP’s Strategy and Action Plan on SH and SEA, coordinate the development of activities, facilitate implementation of/implement activities led by OHR; participate and represent OHR in relevant inter-agency initiatives and projects.b) In close coordination with the Office of Audit and Investigations, the Legal Office, and the Global Shared Service Unit, manage the Clear Check database on SH and SEA, including screening of candidates and placement of perpetrators.c) Ensure effective policy advice to the management of cases related to harassment, including sexual harassment, and coordinate required action.d) Support the development of SH related training content, learning interventions and roll-out of trainings for staff and partners as appropriatee) Support the work on behavioral change and design interventions aimed at changing mindsets and behaviors related to sexual harassment, as neededf) Support the design and data analysis of surveys related to SEA and SH, and communicate results to different stakeholdersg) Manage the network of protection from SEA focal points globally, including contributing to training and policy advise, and supporting the work around community-based complaint mechanism, victim assistance and working with implementing partners.h) Participate and contribute to the work of relevant working groups, as neededi) Provide input to progress reports, donor responses and briefings.
CoreAchieve Results: LEVEL 3: Set and align challenging, achievable objectives for multiple projects, have lasting impactThink Innovatively: LEVEL 3: Proactively mitigate potential risks, develop new ideas to solve complex problemsLearn Continuously: LEVEL 3: Create and act on opportunities to expand horizons, diversify experiencesAdapt with Agility: LEVEL 3: Proactively initiate and champion change, manage multiple competing demandsAct with Determination: LEVEL 3: Think beyond immediate task/barriers and take action to achieve greater resultsEngage and Partner: LEVEL 3: Political savvy, navigate complex landscape, champion inter-agency collaborationEnable Diversity and Inclusion: LEVEL 3: Appreciate benefits of diverse workforce and champion inclusivity
People ManagementUNDP People Management Competencies can be found in the dedicated site.Cross-Functional & Technical competencies Sexual Harassment and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse* Knowledge of SH and SEA concepts, principles and policies and ability to apply to strategic and/or practical situations
Required Skills and Experience
Min. Education requirements
- Advanced University degree in gender studies, humanitarian affairs, human rights, international law, sociology, human resources or similar. Specialized training in SH or SEA is an asset.
Min. years of relevant work experience
- 5 years of relevant experience in prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse, gender, gender based violence, sexual harassment, workplace conduct, including SH/SEA policy and programming is required.
- Experience in developing and facilitating training, knowledge-transfer and capacity-building activities
- Experiencing in handling sensitive cases liasing with multiple stakeholders
- Familiarity with the UN system and global coordination structures (e.g. IASC) in PSEA
- Strong quantitative and qualitative data analysis skill is preferable.
- Full proficiency in English, including excellent writing skills
- Excellent presentation and facilitation skills
- Working knowledge of another UN language is an asset
- Excellent communication skills, especially ability to effectively communicate with various constituencies and clients