- Job-ID: V000047110
- Location: Phnom Penh
- Assignment period: 01/01/2022 - 02/29/2024
- Field: Peace, Security and Emergency
- Type of employment: full-time
- Application deadline: 11/03/2021
The Civil Peace Service (CPS) is a global programme working on the prevention of violence and peacebuilding in crisis and conflict regions. The CPS regional programme Southeast Asian University Partnership for Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation (SAUP) supports three universities in Philippines, Timor-Leste and Cambodia developing curricula for peace and conflict studies. The CPS programme SAUP cooperates with the Center of Conflict Research of Philipps University in Marburg and is linked to the GIZ country offices, the CPS programme coordination is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
- Strengthen the SAUP network through the development of (online) seminars, trainings, regular exchanges and integration of expertise to meet partner needs in areas such as virtual learning platforms, digital literacy, online safe spaces and internet security
- Conceptualize and support sustainable structures for the SAUP network in both its digital and professional exchange
- Advise and support on social media and marketing to promote the visibility of SAUP partners and the SAUP network
- Effective knowledge management of best practices and lessons learned from SAUP partners
- Digital Focal Person: manage, improve and coordinate external and internal communications flows between SAUP partners and global CPS
- Master’s degree in Media and Communication or comparable studies.
- Specialist knowledge and experience in development of tools and curriculum for blended/online learning in formal education as well as knowledge in the field of peace education and conflict transformation; Skills in media design, web applications, and content production are an advantage
- Experience in developing (digital) network structures and digital literacy interventions as well as experience and skills about digital learning, knowledge transfer and management
- Many years of practical peace work in post-conflict/conflict setting, preferably in Southeast Asia as well as experience in international project management
- High level of communication, facilitation and presentation skills, experience in multi-actor partnerships
- Regional knowledge and high intercultural competence, respect, empathy and experience in working in a resource limited/dormant environment
- Flexibility, creativity and the ability to adapt to a very dynamic working environment with a high level of resiliency, patience with the ability in self-organization, structured and strategic thinking
- Fluency in English
We are pleased to offer you a first impression on topics such as climate, shopping and services, the school situation and health care in Cambodia.
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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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- Your work will begin with an onboarding and preparation phase that will give you initial insights into GIZ and lay the groundwork for your upcoming assignment, establishing new contacts and building up your network.
- Extensive check-ups and preventive measures (e.g. on appointment, before the outward journey, during the stay in a country of assignment, in an emergency) are provided to our staff and the family members accompanying them as a matter of course.
- As a development worker, you can use the project vehicle for trips to school or to visit a doctor or can receive a monthly lump-sum mobility allowance instead. The project vehicle can also be used for personal trips with your manager’s approval.
- As well as your basic living allowance, as a development worker you will also receive extensive additional benefits during your assignment (including a foreign service premium, family allowances, private group health insurance).
- To enable you to get ready for your assignment as a development worker and your outward journey, you will be given outward journey leave following your preparation time in Germany.
- We will cover a large portion of the childcare costs for dependent children under 14 who are accompanying you if your partner is not doing so and is not a development worker or integrated expert themselves. Most nursery and school fees are paid.
- We will reimburse you for your rental costs based on the rent index for your country as well as paying you an equipment and furnishing allowance on top.
- You and the members of your family accompanying you will be covered by our health and liability insurance, while your family members will also benefit from accident insurance. In countries in crisis, we operate a comprehensive risk management system for your protection, which minimises personal dangers 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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GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.