Regional office in Hungary
Start date June 2022
Duration One-year renewable local employment contract with Tdh Hungary Place of work Budapest, Hungary with occasional travel in the region
Salary 997.000 HUF gross (~ 1700 EUR net)
WHAT WE DO IN EUROPE AND HUNGARY
Terre des hommes (Tdh) is Switzerland’s leading child welfare agency, founded in 1960. The head office (HQ) is in Lausanne, Switzerland. We are committed to improving the lives of millions of the world’s most vulnerable children. We are currently active in 30 countries (in Europe, Africa, Asia, Middle East and Latin America). In 2021, we directly supported 2 million children and their family and community members, and 3.1 million were indirectly supported. Our projects focus on child protection, maternal and child health, migration, access to justice for children and emergency relief. More information on : www.tdh.ch/frtdh.ch/fr](http://www.tdh.ch/fr)
Terre des hommes opened its Regional Office / Hub in Budapest in 2006. The regional center develops and implements regional projects with partners across Europe. Our regional advisers support their colleagues in other European countries – Albania, Kosovo, Greece, Romania, Moldova and Ukraine. One of our main projects for children in Hungary is the FabLab in Gyor. Child Protection Hub is a major regional project, led by the Budapest team. ChildHub is the first / largest child protection community in Europe – https://childhub.org/en We also support people who have fled the war in Ukraine and are transiting or taking refuge in Hungary.
Currently, Tdh Hungary has 30 employees, 24 active projects and maintains close collaboration with nearly 20 partner organizations.
Under the supervision of the Head of the Global Office of Ethics and Compliance (based in Lausanne, Switzerland), the Code of Conduct Manager supports the operations and functioning of the emergency response in Ukraine in Hungary, Romania and in Moldova, with the implementation, reinforcement and day-to-day coordination of Terre des hommes’ standards, as described in the Global Code of Conduct, with particular emphasis on the framework of the safeguarding policy and standards for the fight against fraud and corruption. The role supports compliance with relevant Tdh procedures and guidelines in the context of emergency response and contributes to the development of a misconduct prevention strategy translated into project and support functions and day-to-day tasks.
- Oversees the integration, coordination and achievement of Tdh Safeguarding and Integrity standards within the response, with support from the Emergency Coordinator and Head of Global Ethics and Compliance Office.
- Nurtures and promotes a code of conduct culture in collaboration with managers and staff at all levels of the response.
- Leads the review, planning and implementation of capacity building plans on strengthening the Global Code of Conduct and ensuring reporting protocols are known and enforced, internally and with external stakeholders
Master’s degree in law, business administration, finance, social sciences, psychology or any other relevant field
Minimum 3 years of work experience in a humanitarian context, including at least 2 years in similar positions of responsibility.
Minimum 2 years of field experience in a position with safeguarding, integrity, ethics or protection responsibilities (preferably anti-trafficking, gender-based violence and/or child protection), preferably in emergency situations.
Good knowledge of the humanitarian project management cycle.
Proven experience in facilitating training and in the use of pedagogical methods adapted to the context.
Very good ability to identify and assess the training needs of staff and partners on an ongoing basis and proven experience in the development of training modules and tools.
Good knowledge of international standards on ethics, safeguards and integrity. Experience in case management and/or investigation of ethics violations is desired.
Very good ability and experience of working with national NGOs and government departments.
Be respectful, approachable and trustworthy, with impeccable behavior
Sensitivity and knowledge of context, particularly in terms of prevention and management of sexual abuse and exploitation, cultural norms and legal framework
Ability to remain calm in difficult circumstances and handle stressful situations
Ability to work with others and take responsibility
Good understanding of basic principles such as respect for confidentiality, informed consent, data protection requirements, victim-survivor approach
Excellent analytical, synthesis and writing skills
Very good capacity for innovation and initiative
Excellent command of English and the languages spoken in the areas of intervention (Hungarian, Romanian)
Very good command of computer tools; Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Teams
How to register
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit their CV and cover letter in English to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include “Code of Conduct Official” and your full name in the subject line.
Please indicate in your cover letter your earliest start date.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to take a written test and participate in an interview.
The selected candidate will be subject to a reference and criminal record check.
Child Protection Policy:
Tdh staff members undertake to respect Tdh’s risk management policies, including the child protection policy and the anti-fraud/corruption policy, the whistleblower policy.
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