Organization : ASEAN–Australia Counter-Trafficking (ASEAN-ACT)
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 2 May 2019
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Deadline : 26 / May / 2019
About the program
ASEAN–Australia Counter-Trafficking (ASEAN-ACT) will continue Australia’s long-running collaboration with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to combat human trafficking in our region. The program will principally engage in the justice sector response to human trafficking. It will engage all 10 ASEAN Member States in some capacity and will establish national-level programming in Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
ASEAN-ACT is a core part of Australia’s contribution to assisting ASEAN and its member states justice sectors to successfully implement the ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children (ACTIP) and realise the rights of all victims of trafficking.
Role and responsibilities
Supporting ASEAN Member states to realise the rights of victims of trafficking is a core area of work for ASEAN-ACT. The Inclusion and Victims Rights Manager will lead the program’s work in this area and manage targeted activities. The inclusion and victim rights manager will be responsible for implementing the findings of the Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) audit, ASEAN-ACT Equality and Inclusion Strategy and Action Plan and the Victims Rights Strategy. The manager will implement ASEAN-ACT’s twin track approach by implementing some specific GEDSI and victim-centred activities while also supporting other program areas and partners to mainstream these approaches through their work. They may provide mentoring and training to enable a rights based approach across ASEAN-ACT and to promote inclusive activity design and monitoring and evaluation frameworks, and to ensure assessment, consultation and communication processes address the needs of women, men, girls and boys.
The inclusion and victim rights manager will work closely with senior ASEAN-ACT leaders and short term technical specialists in victims rights and gender to ensure a collaborative and cohesive approach in the development of the victim rights and equality and inclusion strategies. This approach will ensure integration of gender-sensitive and rights based approaches in all justice sector capacity building initiatives and maximise alignment with international standards, technical and budgetary resources. This includes rights and conditions that relate specifically to children and ethnic minorities.
How to apply
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
Late applications will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Interviews will be conducted in English. Candidates from ASEAN Member States are strongly encouraged to apply.
Deadline for applications
26 May 2019
Inclusion & Victim Rights Manager
Two years, with the possibility of extension
Bangkok, Thailand with regional travel
Team Leader (or delegate)
Queries relating to this position should be directed to email@example.com
It is essential that you quote ‘ASEAN-ACT Inclusion & Victim Rights Manager’ in your email title, or you may not receive a response.
Cardno is committed to child protection and safeguarding the welfare of children in the delivery of our International Development programs. Recruitment and selection procedures reflect this commitment and will include relevant criminal record checks.
Cardno is an equal opportunity employer
Cardno encourages women to apply. Cardno recognises the moral and legal responsibility to provide an equal opportunity workplace by ensuring that all recruitment and selection decisions are based on the best qualified and experienced candidate who can perform the genuine inherent requirements of the position.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
24 May 2019