Civil Peace Service (CPS) Advisor (m/w/d) for Transitional Justice in Cambodia

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  • Job-ID: V000058999
  • Location: Phnom Penh
  • Assignment period: 10/01/2024 - 11/30/2026
  • Field: Peace, Security and Emergency
  • Type of employment: full-time
  • Application deadline: 06/30/2024

Job description

The Civil Peace Service (CPS) is a global program working on the prevention of violence and peacebuilding in crisis and conflict regions. The CPS regional program SAUP supports three universities in Philippines, Timor-Leste and Cambodia developing curricula for peace and conflict studies. The aim of the program is to provide university partners with technical and human resource support in building their capacity in curriculum design and contextualisation by integrating best practices from local/traditional practices in non-violent conflict transformation. CPS SAUP is cooperating with ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia) which today is tasked with keeping alive the memory of the crimes committed during Khmer Rouge period and integrate the legacy of ECCC into national educational systems.

Your tasks

  • Support in the promotion of the dissemination of information about the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) in the field of higher education
  • Assist in the development and adoption of higher education curriculum on transitional justice for undergraduate and graduate programs in social sciences
  • Support in the development and implementation of practical education tools and methods for teachers, learners, and researchers in the aforementioned fields
  • Coordinate exchange study visits, internships, and other learning opportunities for students in peace and conflict studies, faculty researchers, and lecturers who carry out teaching
  • Active team member of SAUP and CPS by supporting the project implementation and development including tasks in monitoring and networking

Your profile

  • Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies, Sociology, Education, Political Science or any other relevant field
  • Specialist knowledge and experience in curriculum development for formal education in the field of social sciences
  • Knowledge about conflict transformation with a focus on transitional justice
  • Experience working with/in academic structures/institutions or actors through teaching, research/or cooperation
  • Peace work in post-conflict/conflict setting, preferably in Southeast Asia as well as experience in project management
  • Flexible, adaptable, cooperative, creative with a positive working attitude. Ability to deal with a challenging working enviroment
  • Business fluent in English 

Location information

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.

In general, the security situation is calm. GIZ staff must adhere to security measures at all times. Please also check the county-specific information provided by the German Federal Foreign Office. A contact person for security risk management is appointed at the local GIZ office. GIZ does not impose any restrictions on life partners and family members to move with you to the country of deployment. Please note that the general and personal living conditions in the country of assignment may meet with different legal and social acceptance. We gladly support you with our many years of experience.

Further information on country-specific advice from the Federal Foreign Office at https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en.

Notes

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.

Willingness to travel on a regular basis is required.

For general questions from dependent partners about local employment - please contact us at: map@giz.de

Please observe the provisions of the country-specific vaccination regulations for entry and work in the country of assignment.

The actual departure date depends on the visa and entry regulations of the country of assignment. 

Please understand that we can accept and process in principle only applications via our E-recruiting system. Following the confirmation of your succesful application, kindly check your spam / junk mail folder on a regular basis, since some provider classify emails form our recruiting system as spam.

Our benefits

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.As an employee/development worker, you will receive extensive additional benefits (e.g. monthly expatriate allowance, family allowances, private group health insurance) during your assignment, in addition to your remuneration / basic subsistence allowance.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.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.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 are a provider of international cooperation services for sustainable development and work to build a future worth living around the world. We support projects in over 130 countries to achieve goals sustainably together with our partners.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.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.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.

About us

The basis for service as a development worker is the Development Workers Act (EhfG) and a comprehensive package of benefits based on it. This includes, among other things, targeted professional and personal preparation. We offer the opportunity to work in an innovative, globally active development institution. Your competencies are in demand in an interdisciplinary team on site.

GIZ is a signatory of the Diversity Charter. Recognition, appreciation and inclusion of diversity in the company are important to us. All employees shall be valued - regardless of gender and gender identity, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, social background, age or sexual orientation.

We support equal opportunities and welcome applications from people with disabilities.

Contact

HR-Service Center
+49 6196/79-3200
recruiting@giz.de
Job description

The Civil Peace Service (CPS) is a global program working on the prevention of violence and peacebuilding in crisis and conflict regions. The CPS regional program SAUP supports three universities in Philippines, Timor-Leste and Cambodia developing curricula for peace and conflict studies. The aim of the program is to provide university partners with technical and human resource support in building their capacity in curriculum design and contextualisation by integrating best practices from local/traditional practices in non-violent conflict transformation. CPS SAUP is cooperating with ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia) which today is tasked with keeping alive the memory of the crimes committed during Khmer Rouge period and integrate the legacy of ECCC into national educational systems.

Your tasks
  • Support in the promotion of the dissemination of information about the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) in the field of higher education
  • Assist in the development and adoption of higher education curriculum on transitional justice for undergraduate and graduate programs in social sciences
  • Support in the development and implementation of practical education tools and methods for teachers, learners, and researchers in the aforementioned fields
  • Coordinate exchange study visits, internships, and other learning opportunities for students in peace and conflict studies, faculty researchers, and lecturers who carry out teaching
  • Active team member of SAUP and CPS by supporting the project implementation and development including tasks in monitoring and networking
Your profile
  • Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies, Sociology, Education, Political Science or any other relevant field
  • Specialist knowledge and experience in curriculum development for formal education in the field of social sciences
  • Knowledge about conflict transformation with a focus on transitional justice
  • Experience working with/in academic structures/institutions or actors through teaching, research/or cooperation
  • Peace work in post-conflict/conflict setting, preferably in Southeast Asia as well as experience in project management
  • Flexible, adaptable, cooperative, creative with a positive working attitude. Ability to deal with a challenging working enviroment
  • Business fluent in English 
Location information

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.

In general, the security situation is calm. GIZ staff must adhere to security measures at all times. Please also check the county-specific information provided by the German Federal Foreign Office. A contact person for security risk management is appointed at the local GIZ office. GIZ does not impose any restrictions on life partners and family members to move with you to the country of deployment. Please note that the general and personal living conditions in the country of assignment may meet with different legal and social acceptance. We gladly support you with our many years of experience.

Further information on country-specific advice from the Federal Foreign Office at https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en.

Notes

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.

Willingness to travel on a regular basis is required.

For general questions from dependent partners about local employment - please contact us at: map@giz.de

Please observe the provisions of the country-specific vaccination regulations for entry and work in the country of assignment.

The actual departure date depends on the visa and entry regulations of the country of assignment. 

Please understand that we can accept and process in principle only applications via our E-recruiting system. Following the confirmation of your succesful application, kindly check your spam / junk mail folder on a regular basis, since some provider classify emails form our recruiting system as spam.

Our benefits
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., As an employee/development worker, you will receive extensive additional benefits (e.g. monthly expatriate allowance, family allowances, private group health insurance) during your assignment, in addition to your remuneration / basic subsistence allowance., 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., 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., 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 are a provider of international cooperation services for sustainable development and work to build a future worth living around the world. We support projects in over 130 countries to achieve goals sustainably together with our partners., 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., 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., 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.
About us

The basis for service as a development worker is the Development Workers Act (EhfG) and a comprehensive package of benefits based on it. This includes, among other things, targeted professional and personal preparation. We offer the opportunity to work in an innovative, globally active development institution. Your competencies are in demand in an interdisciplinary team on site.

GIZ is a signatory of the Diversity Charter. Recognition, appreciation and inclusion of diversity in the company are important to us. All employees shall be valued - regardless of gender and gender identity, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, social background, age or sexual orientation.

We support equal opportunities and welcome applications from people with disabilities.

Contact
HR-Service Center
+49 6196/79-3200
recruiting@giz.de