Job at NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION : Peace Building Specialist (Deadline: 31 October 2017)

Job at  NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION : Peace Building Specialist (Deadline: 31 October 2017)

Job at NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNITY AND RECONCILIATION : Peace Building Specialist (Deadline: 31 October 2017)

Job Description

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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