Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Representative-Programmes in UNICEF Libya Country Office, PSEA National Consultant will have the following tasks/responsibilities: Child Safeguarding framework strengthening:
Support the implementation of UNICEF Office country plan of action for 2023-2025.
Participate to the PSEA Committee meetings, especially the monthly meetings.
Technically support the implementation of relevant agreed action points on PSEA and Child Safeguarding.
Support the development of PSEA/Child Safeguarding plan of action for UNICEF Libya Country Office (LCO) on PSEA and review/report on progress.
Child Safeguarding and PSEA training/awareness raising for staff, partners and communities:
Translate/update all available training material for staff, partners and communities.
Support development of communication material to raise awareness of staff, partners and communities (in collaboration with the communication team) on UNICEF PSEA/Child Safeguarding policies and SOPs.
Conducting face-to-face induction and trainings on PSEA/ Child safeguarding to all UNICEF employees.
Support face-to-face trainings to staff of Implementing Partners (IPs).
Organizing, facilitating or cascading PSEA/Child safeguarding and to UNICEF staff and implementing partners.
Safe programming and partnership:
Support national CSOs partners to develop and implement their PSEA self-assessment and improvement plan
Support the sector heads in assessing the PSEA/Child Safeguarding risks associated to their programmes/activities.
Support the establishment of PSEA/Child safeguarding complaint reporting mechanisms.
Conduct programming monitoring visit with PSEA/Child Safeguarding perspective.
PSEA/ Child Safeguarding incident reporting and handling:
Contribute, when needed and requested, to the implementation of UNICEF survivor-centered procedures for reporting and handling PSEA incidents and the resolution/management of SEA incident, especially the referral and follow-up of survivor to relevant services.
Building a safe culture and environment:
Be a champion and a leader on PSEA/Child Safeguarding and show initiative and commitment to building a safe environment within office and programmes.
Sign and comply with PSEA/ Child Safeguarding national consultant obligations by ToR’s and reporting structure.
Be proactive in proposing necessary changes/actions that would increase safe recruitment.
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have:
A university degree in Human Rights, Psychology, Sociology, Law, International Law or another field relevant to the function is required.
A minimum of 2 years of professional relevant work experience in child protection or prevention or protection against sexual exploitation and abuse or gender-based violence is required.
Excellent technical knowledge on the subject is required.
Prior experience of conducting trainings is an asset.
Prior experience of working in multi-cultural settings is an asset.
Prior experience of capacity building and system strengthening is an asset.
Prior experience of working with the UN or national or international NGOs is an asset.