Civil Peace Advisor (m/f/d) For Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation - Davao City
Civil Peace Advisor (m/f/d) For Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation - Davao City
The Civil Peace Service (CPS) Program Philippines contributes to transforming violent conflict and promoting peace in Mindanao. Following these objectives, CPS peace advisors cooperate with Philippine partners at different levels such as community representatives, local organizations, civil society networks and state institutions. Unequal access to resources and the socio-political marginalization of large sections of the population have contributed to various, violent conflicts in Mindanao. Impact-oriented planning, monitoring and evaluation” (PM&E) is a key cross-cutting feature in the conceptualization and management of the CPS program. GIZ-CPS-specific guidelines on PM&E need to be internalized and introduced to the team and partner organizations. Other cross-cutting issues like do-no-harm, human rights & gender equality should be integrated and strengthened.
- Coordination and implementation of PM&E activities within the overall program
- Support to the program coordinator on strategic and operational planning
- Support to the program coordinator on impact monitoring and evaluation on program and TLS (Joint Country Strategy with forumZFD) level
- Planning, organization and implementation of planning workshops for international peace advisors and their respective partner organizations
- Close cooperation with peace advisor on knowledge management & communication
- Regular conduct and update of context and conflict analyses
- Conduct of capacity development measures on PM&E for program staff and partner organizations
- Focal point for exchange on PM&E with other GIZ-CPS programs and head office in Germany
- Master degree in anthropology, sociology, political sciences, conflict transformation and peacebuilding or related subjects
- Several years of professional experience in planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) of projects and programs in the field of peacebuilding, human rights or related fields (experience with CPS is an asset)
- Practical knowledge and skills of peacebuilding-related concepts of PM&E, such as systemic conflict analysis and Reflecting on Peace Practice (RPP)
- Practical knowledge and skills in concepts and instruments of non-violent conflict transformation and peacebuilding, such as do-no-harm, gender equality & human rights
- Skills and experience in planning, organization and facilitation of workshops & trainings
- Distinct capacities in self-organization and working independently
- Commitment to core values of GIZ-CPS, such as mutual respect, non-violent communication, process-orientation and participatory approaches
- Fluent in English and willingness to learn the local language
- In addition you hold the German nationality or the nationality of a member state of the European Union
- Duty station: Davao City, Mindanao, with frequent business trips to Manila, Cagayan de Oro, Iligan and Surigao
- Driver’s License: Regular car rides to projects sights within the province, driver’s license (B) required
- Climate: Tropical island climate with significant rainfalls during rainy season
- Health provision: Adequate medical provisions and services by international standards in Davao and Manila
- Shopping and Living: Local and international products are available, several tourist destinations for recreational purposes in the vicinity
- Accessibility: Domestic and international airport within one hour by car, several flights to Manila on a daily basis, international connections to Singapore, Hong Kong and others
- Children: Duty station is suitable for families with small children
- Schools: International schools are available, school fees are reimbursed according to GIZ guidelines
In general, the security situation is calm. GIZ runs a professional security risk management system in the field of deployment.
GIZ does not impose any restrictions on life partners and family members to move with you to the country of deployment. We kindly ask you to inform yourself which forms of relationships are legally and socially accepted in the country of deployment.
GIZ's Development Service is looking forward to applications of candidates with a professional qualification and / or university degree and at least two years of professional experience.
In addition you hold the German nationality or the nationality of a member state of the European Union.
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- We are a global service provider within the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. We offer you the opportunity to deploy your technical know-how at one of our locations in more than 130 countries.
- During the preparation phase, you will receive initial insights into GIZ and the local conditions. This ensures you are as well prepared as you can be for your placement. You have the opportunity to contact other new starters, and to expand and develop your personal network.
- You will receive a medical check-up, as well as detailed advice on precautionary measures, vaccinations and malaria prevention. Every two years, you and your accompanying family members will receive a precautionary check-up. The medical service is available in emergencies for employees domiciled in Germany. It also provides advice for ergonomically designed workplaces.
- For supply trips, such as for shopping, to school or to the doctor, you can either use your company car or claim a monthly fixed-sum travel allowance. You may also use the company car for private use with the consent of your superior.
- For your service as a development worker we will pay you a monthly basic subsistence allowance. From the contractually agreed departure there is also an additional monthly expatriation allowance. This allowance increases if you are married and/or have dependent children - even if your family does not leave the country with you.
- Following your preparation in Germany, we offer you eight days’ departure leave so you can prepare for your deployment as a development worker.
- We reimburse the bulk of child care costs for dependent children under the age of 14 who are travelling with you. This entitlement lapses if your partner travels out with you and does not work as a development assistant or an integrated specialist. Up to 92.5% of costs for pre-school and school enrolment are covered.
- We help you find somewhere to live locally and reimburse the costs based on country-specific rent index.
- We provide health and liability insurance for you and your family. Family members travelling with you are also covered by accident insurance. During your working hours you are also legally covered by accident insurance. In countries affected by crisis your protection includes a comprehensive risk management system, which minimises personal hazards and risks.
We offer the opportunity to work in an innovative and worldwide operating institution related to development policy. Your competencies and qualifications are demanded on the spot in an interdisciplinary team. You advise governmental and civil society organizations at local or municipal level. The Development Service of GIZ offers a comprehensive service package. It includes a specific technical and personal preparation.
The basis for the deployment of specialists in the development service is the German Development Workers Act (EhfG).
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