PSEA Risk Analysis & Mapping Consultant - Tenders Global

PSEA Risk Analysis & Mapping Consultant

United Nations Children's Fund

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The purpose of the consultancy is to provide technical support to further advance and consolidate the work on SEARO and to produce updated SEARO index and a standardized subnational model methodology. This work will also include support to rollout the 2023 IASC PSEA mapping exercise.

Scope of Work:

Under the supervision of the Child Protection -PSEA Specialist, the consultant will be responsible for completion of the following activities and deliverables:

  • Provide technical support to update and rollout the SEARO Index
  • Provide support to rollout the SEARO – 10 global and country-level presentations on SEARO; first meeting of the Advisory Group held and minutes shared, and TOR updated and approved
  • Undertake methodological and conceptual review, revision, and validation of SEARO index – an updated SEARO risk index, including the Excel tool, methodology note and FAQs.
  • Develop and support piloting of SEARO methodology for subnational level in 2 countries.
  • Develop pilot methodology for country-level adaptation of SEARO and support piloting of the subnational model, including providing remote and deployable technical support to pilot countries – Pilot methodology concept notes, and Terms of Reference developed and approved; Pilot findings report based on the 2 country pilots.
  • Develop standardized subnational adaptation methodology – Final methodology note and tools for adaptation of SEARO to subnational level
  • Provide technical support to rollout the 2023 IASC PSEA mapping exercise
  • Support the rollout of the 2023 mapping exercise, including through circulation of the IASC PSEA Core Indicator Guidance, technical support webinars, remote data collection and consolidation of country-level data in Excel – 3 webinars and consolidated data Excel sheet
  • Support the analysis and dissemination of 2023 PSEA mapping exercise results, including through visualization of PSEA results in PSEA global dashboard – Presentation of 2023 results and one knowledge product.
Qualifications:

Education:

  • Masters degree/ Public health, social work, political science, human rights and international law or other related degree, or equivalent programming experience.
Language Proficiency:
  • Fluency in written and oral English is required.
  • Another UN language is an asset for this role.
Work experience:
  • 8 years of experience in the areas of data and evidence generation, programme planning and emergency/ humanitarian response is required.
  • Proven knowledge and expertise in the areas of protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), gender-based violence, child protection, or human rights, including within UNICEF and at the inter-agency level.
  • Demonstrated experience in analysis of data/statistics and programme evaluation related to PSEA for humanitarian operations.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with the IASC SEA risk index tool.
  • Demonstrated understanding of issues related to confidentiality, data safety/security and other ethical concerns related to the sharing of sensitive data between humanitarian agencies.
Knowledge:
  • Excellent Computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, and database software, in-depth knowledge of pivot table/chart and data analysis.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and facilitating remote workshops.
  • Ability to work with a team as well as independently in a multi-cultural environment.  
  • Creative, innovative thinker who can also translate ideas into practical applications. 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal.
  • Excellent drafting skills and ability to write effectively for UNICEF external products.

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