3 Job at National Commission for Unity and Reconciliation (Deadline: 19 January 2018)

3 Job at National Commission for Unity and Reconciliation (Deadline: 19 January 2018)


3 Job at National Commission for Unity and Reconciliation (Deadline: 19 January 2018)

Job at NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION :Re advertisement Unity & Reconciliation Researcher & Monitoring Specialist(Deadline 19 January 2019)

 

Job Description

 

– Coordinate research activities and measurement of their impact on NURC’s mandate;

– Organize the identification of research themes related to Unity & Reconciliation;

– Overall research works and coordinate the dissemination of findings;

– Identify research themes related to unity and reconciliation, prevention and management of conflicts, etc.

– Prepare terms of reference for researches to be conducted;

– Supervise research works and coordinate the dissemination of findings;

– Organize mobilization of partner’s support on ongoing research works;

– Coordinate the measurement of the impact of research on improvement of Unity & Reconciliation;

– Prepare summary of research findings and their dissemination;

– Conduct qualitative and quantitative opinion surveys on the process of unity and reconciliation and other
critical issues which the Commission should address;

– Build partnerships with governance and conflict management research centres;

– Propose strategies for impact evaluation of the Unity & Reconciation policy & program;

– Collect and analyse data related to Unity & Reconciation, propose improvements and harmonization of the process.

Job Profile

Master’s Degree in Conflict resolution & Management, Political Sciences, Sociology, History, Psychology, Philosophy with 1 year of working experience or A0 in Political Sciences, Sociology, History, Psychology, Philosophy with 3 years of working experience

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

– Knowledge of Rwandan History;

– Documenting Skills,

– Coordination, Planning & Organizational Skills;

– High analytical & Complex Problem Solving Skills;

– Research Skills;

– Computer Skills;

– Communication Skills;

– Judgment & Decission Making Skills;

– Time management Skills;

– Team working Skills; Atleast one of the 3 specialists with skills of law & investigation

 

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Job at NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION :Re advertisement Advisory to Executive Secretary (Deadline 19 January 2018)

 

Job Description

•Planning Permanent Secretariat meetings;
•Planning and preparation of Executive Secretary meetings with others;
•To examine all technical information (documents, files, reports, etc) in line with the daily activities of the Office of the Executive Secretary,
•To provide technical advices to the Executive Secretary;
•To follow up the implementation of the resolutions from the meeting of the Commissioners Council.
•Liaise with other offices within the Permanent Secretariat to ensure timely and relevant in puts into draft and development of written communication, speeches, statement and briefings for the Executive Secretary ensuring high level of consistency, accuracy, content and presentation for different audiences;
•Provide technical advices to the Permanent Secretariat and strengthening the technical delivery of the organization as well as smooth running of its business and interactions;
•To review the minutes of the meetings and mission reports attended by Executive Secretary before they are written in final form and make follow up of the implementation of action point from meetings, missions and different visits;
•Initiate ideas for discussion and provide strategic advices to advance unity and reconciliation programs as well as NURC functions;
•Liaise with different offices and ensure close follow up on issues related to NURC activities.

Job Profile

A0 in Conflict Resolution and Management , Political Sciences, Sociology with 3 years of working experience ; Or Master or Equivalent in Conflict resolution and Management , Political Sciences, Sociology with 1 years of experience.

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

– Extensive knowledge and understanding of Rwandan History;
– Knowledge in conflict Management;

– Analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills;

– Strong leadership skills; Good at handling and meeting deadlines;

– Able to work with external and internal clients;

– Good presentation skills and ability to communicate with various audiences including end users and Managers;

– Interpersonal skills; Collaboration and team working skills, Administrative skills and Time Management skills.

– Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/ or French; knowledge of all is an advantage

 

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Job at NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION: Re advertisement Peace Building Specialist (Deadline 19 January 2018)

 

Job Description

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR PEACE BUILDING SPECIALIST:

1. To provide expert level strategies in peace building and education, conflict prevention, resolution, transformation and mitigation and monitor their implementation;
2. Development of strategies for inclusiveness with attention to gender integration, youth engagement, social inclusion and empowerment of historically marginalized persons and monitor their implementation ;
3. Identify and promote best practices and innovative approaches to social protection and reintegration of genocide survivors, returnees and ex
– prisoners;
4. Devise strategies for healing of wounds caused to Rwandans by dark passed history and monitor their implementation;
5. Analyze laws and policies with regard to conformity with unity and reconciliation principles and sustainable peace;
6. Carrying out stakeholders analysis to identify the key actors in peace building NURC has to interact with;
7. Coordination and smooth networking between stakeholders in peace building in collaboration with in charge of partnership in NURC, to increase efficiency in delivery;
8. Put up safe and reliable mechanism to receive information on issues that may hinder peace, unity and reconciliation and analyze them;
9. Conduct conflict analysis activities, including the development of an Early Warning and Response System;
10. Coordinate interventions that seek to address lasting peace;
11. Support the design of sound theories of change; ensure that results from conflict analysis inform theories of change and planning, including a continued process of updating;
12. Support the monitoring and evaluation of peace building education results, including an ongoing learning process to ensure that evidence on peace building practice informs programs implementation;
13. Carry out other related duties as required by the supervisor.

Job Profile

Master degree in conflict management, , sociology, Political Sciences, Psychology 1 year of experience or A0 in Sociology, Political sciences and Psychology 3 years of experience.

 

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

 

– Good team work and team building skills,

– Capacity to work and interact with multiple stakeholders especially foreign partners to the institution;

– Good communication (both oral and written) and peace building skills with multi
– dimension partners, hardworking and demonstrate capacity to work under pressure with minimum supervision,

– High sense of responsibility and integrity;

– Maturity and confidence in dealing with the staff of government institutions and private sector;

– Ability to seek and apply knowledge, information and best practices from multiple sectors;

– Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;

– Advanced computer literacy and proficiency, especially related to professional office software packages (Microsoft Office and graphics);

– Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English, and /or French both written and spoken is an advantage
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