International Planned Parenthood Federation
SRH Services Adviser, Humanitarian Programme (Pacific)
Competitive salary and benefits
Join us to defend the sexual and reproductive health rights of all people including those in Humanitarian setting
Empowering the most vulnerable women, men and young people in over 170 countries to access life-saving services and programmes and to live with dignity, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and its 30,000 staff, along with millions of volunteers, campaign for sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) and deliver education and services through 65,000 service points.
IPPF is a global service provider and a leading advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. We are a worldwide movement of national organisations working with and for communities and individuals. In 2016 we reached 3.2 million people with Sexual and Reproductive Health services in crises. By 2022 we aim to reach 11 million people per year, leveraging the potential of our global network, telling the story of how crises impact on SRHR, and leveraging partnerships with leading global humanitarian organisations.
SRH Services Advisor – Humanitarian (Pacific)
The purpose of this position is to contribute in upholding Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of all people, particularly the affected people in humanitarian setting under the umbrella of the IPPF’s humanitarian programme. The successful candidate will provide clinical and technical assistance to Pacific Member Associations for quality Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) service provision and build institutional capacities to provide these services during emergencies. They will report to the Humanitarian Deputy Director (Pacific), and be a member of the IPPF Humanitarian team.
You will have a medical/nursing/midwifery education, preferably with graduate qualification in Reproductive Health / Public Health / Social Medicine or equivalent with experience of working in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Emergencies (SRHiE) including implementation of the Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP). You have sound experience in humanitarian settings – including preparedness, disaster response and recovery. Experience in managing multi-site service delivery and working with multiple partners in the Pacific region is key.
You are supportive of SRHR and a women’s right to choose.
Please submit your CV and covering letter (in English) demonstrating your suitability for this post to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the job title in the subject header of your email and where you saw the vacancy advertised. For the detailed Job Description, contact Filo at FBuliruarua@ippf.org. Please also use this email address if you need further information or have any questions.
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.
Closing date: 11 January 2019
Interview date: Week of 28/01/2019 (TBC)
Applications are particularly encouraged from candidates openly living with HIV. IPPF is committed to equal opportunities and cultural diversity. Candidates from all sections of the community are welcome to apply.