National Associate, Romania, Resource and Support Hub (RSH)
Social Development Direct
București, România
‎în urmă cu 5 ore

This is an exciting opportunity to join an impactful and exciting programme that is expanding its geography into the Eastern Europe (EE) region.

The National Associate Romania (NA-R) position is based in Romania, with occasional travel within Europe (Covid / security permitting).

  • The NA-R will be responsible for establishing, designing, and delivering the workplan of the Romania Hub, including setting the strategic direction (both short and longer term);
  • mapping the safeguarding risks, needs and opportunities; safeguarding service delivery (e.g., developing materials and resources);
  • relationship management with key stakeholders; coordination with other Hubs; and learning. The successful candidate will also lead on developing a national communications plan and safeguarding community of practice (depending on need).

    S / he will manage all activities targeting Romanian stakeholders (e.g., civil society organisations, government entities, etc.

    via the RSH digital platform and face to face (covid permitting). S / he will report to the Regional Lead and work closely with colleagues from across the RSH EE team and Technical Advisor pool.

    Support will be provided from a regional M&E and communications advisors, as well as from short term consultants as needed.

    Reports to :

    Eastern Europe Regional Deputy Lead

    Location : Romania

    Appointment term : Full time

    Full time

    Fixed term from May to November (18 months)

    Essential :

  • Have minimum 7 years of experience working in social work / safeguarding / child protection / child safeguarding / Gender Based Violence.
  • Have proven management experience with the ability to work autonomously to a high level of delivery. Be familiar with standard work planning and M&E tools and approaches.
  • Understand the importance of gender equality and social inclusion, and be able to demonstrate commitment to feminist values, including disability inclusion and working with minority groups.
  • Be able to work under pressure and pick-up new tasks and processes quickly, as well as experience and confidence in problem solving and risk mitigation.
  • Excellent communication, networking, and facilitation skills.
  • Be able to collaborate respectfully with colleagues and stakeholders from a variety of experience levels, backgrounds, and cultures.
  • Have experience of working with / for civil society organisations.
  • Have good networks in Romania with regards to civil society, government institutions, networks, and forums around issues of social protection, social welfare, women's rights child rights.
  • Able to write to a high standard in English and Romanian.
  • Be committed to the highest standards of conduct with regards to safeguarding, and to the RSH core values (see annex).
  • Be willing to travel to different countries in Eastern Europe to support Hub colleagues.
  • Desirable

  • Familiarity with Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse network
  • Familiarity with the aid and particularly the humanitarian sector and architecture. Awareness and understanding of minority rights and discrimination in Romania e.
  • g., with respect to Roma community, persons with disabilities, gender, and sexual minorities.

  • Be conversant with digital technology and access.
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