Organization: Winrock International-Hamro Samman
Nepal is a source, transit, and destination country for sex, labor, and organ trafficking. A 2014 report estimates that 230,000 Nepalis are subject to slavery at any given time, and nearly 30 percent of the economically-active population is unemployed or underemployed. The Hamro Samman project is a five-year program generously supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development and the British people through the United Kingdom’s Department For International Development and implemented by Winrock International. It seeks to build the capacity of and facilitate coordination among the GON, civil society, and private sector to combat human trafficking in Nepal.
Position: CTIP Coordinator
Location: Kathmandu with travel to project districts
Reports To: CTIP Manager
Contract Length: 12 months
Nepal is a source, transit, and destination country for sex, labor, and organ trafficking. A 2014 report estimates that 230,000 Nepalis are subject to slavery at any given time, and nearly 30 percent of the economically-active population is unemployed or underemployed.1 The Hamro Samman project is a five-year program generously supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development and the British people through the United Kingdom’s Department For International Development and implemented by Winrock International.
It seeks to build the capacity of and facilitate coordination among the GON, civil society, and private sector to combat human trafficking in Nepal.
The Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Coordinator will coordinate with the project’s civil society organization partners working on counter-trafficking. This will include grantees working on counter human trafficking training, outreach, monitoring, advocacy and service provision such as temporary shelter and support to reintegration. Activities will focus around addressing prevention, protection and prosecution of human trafficking in foreign labor migration and the entertainment sector and on building the capacity of local governments to respond more effectively to counter human trafficking. They will also focus on ensuring that survivor’s voices are incorporated into decision making.
Under the supervision of the CTIP Manager and in close coordination with other Winrock team members, the CTIP Coordinator will oversee up to two CTIP Field Coordinators based in one of Hamro Samman’s target Province (either Province 3, 5 or Sudurpaschim Pradesh).
The CTIP Coordinator will also oversee and ensure the quality of the grants and activities and engagement with CSOs and the sub-national government (provincial, local and ward) in the target province. The CTIP Coordinator will have a deep understanding of the drivers of trafficking and unsafe migration, a commitment to survivor-centered approaches to CTIP initiatives, and an enthusiasm for driving the Hamro Samman project forward to achieve meaningful and sustainable impact that reduces human trafficking.
1. Technical Support and Project Management:
• Ensure timely and quality implementation of grantees’ activities through oversight and technical advice
• Coordinate in-kind technical support to establish and strengthen sub-national government CCHTs (provincial, district, local) to address TIP
• Provide technical support and engage in targeted advocacy with sub-national government to ensure the development of relevant CTIP policies, incorporating best practice and developed in consultation with the public
• Coordinate, monitor and oversee effective and quality implementation of activities by government, CSO and private sector partners in accordance with contracts and sub- agreement requirements including the strengthening of shelters, the establishment of a CTIP survivors’ network and civic participation in local decision making by CSO hub members
• Coordinate with civil society and government officials to improve data collection, sharing and usage to strengthen policy, coordination, and public reporting
2. Liaison and Coordination:
• Build strong, collaborative working relationships federal, provincial and municipal level government institutions, civil society and private sector partners at the district and provincial level in the assigned area
• Coordinate and implement capacity assessments of GON, civil society and private sector partners
• Represent the project at various technical meetings
3. Monitoring and Evaluation
• Engage in regular monitoring and evaluation of grantees’ activities including through providing technical support and training
• Support quality roll-out of improved sub-national data collection and referral systems by GON, CSO and private sector partners
• Collect and verify ward, local, district and provincial-level information required for the CTIP M&E plan and enter accurate and timely data into the data-management system
• Identify emerging TIP-related issues and needs for consideration in periodic project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation
4. Reporting and Documentation
• Prepare high-quality, accurate and detailed monthly and other reports in English, and provide high quality contributions to quarterly reports and annual reports
• Maintain appropriate and organized files and documentation
• Engage in regular reporting, including developing communication materials highlighting achievements of grantees
5. Team Collaboration and Coordination:
• Oversee the quality and timeliness of CTIP Field Coordinators work in the selected Province
• Work collaboratively and timely coordination among program team, office team, and field team to achieve project’s deliverables
6. Other duties as assigned
Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in community development, law, social work, communications, human rights, social science; or related field
Technical: Minimum 3 years’ relevant experience coordinating capacity development programs for local government and/or civil society. Must have strong technical knowledge about counter human trafficking and/or foreign migration.
• Experience developing capacity building plans targeting a wide range of stakeholders such as local NGOs, CSOs
• Experience in strengthening of local and provincial committees for controlling human trafficking (LCCHTs and PCCHTs); quality services provisions to survivors
• Experience in data collection and reporting.
• Knowledge on CTIP issues, drivers and human trafficking and foreign labor migration.
• Excellent panning and problem solving skills
• Knowledge on data collection and reporting
• Strong management, communication, and negotiation skills with ability to coordinate and liaise with multiple partners and stakeholders to collect and share data
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in Nepali and English are required.
• Good computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, other office package
• Professionalism: Strong knowledge of the relevant technical areas.
• Planning & Organizing: Ability to plan work and manage conflicting priorities.
• Communication: Excellent spoken and written communication skills in Nepali and English, including the ability to coordinate and liaise with multiple partners and stakeholders.
• Teamwork: Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
• Analytical skills: Ability to analyze information and solve problems with excellent attention to detail.
Last date to apply: September 09, 2019
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please submit your application by email, referencing in the subject line “CTIP Coordinator” to HamroSammanJobs@winrock.org on or before September 09, 2019. Your application must include a cover letter and C.V. Hard copies of applications will not be accepted. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Telephone queries shall not be entertained.
Women, people with disabilities and those belonging to discriminated groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
All employees should adhere to USAID, DFID and Winrock International’s code of ethics, and specifically child safeguarding and trafficking in persons provisions covered in the project agreement.