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招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

招聘启示原网页:er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. http://www.unfpa.cn/en/article/412#overlay-context=en

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招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, 7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, UN VOLUNTEER especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP Preamble:

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPThe United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer. UNV招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP contributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers.

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organIn most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities.

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive.

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. 1.  UNVer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  Assignment Title:           GBV7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  Programme Officer

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. 2. especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Type of Assignment:              National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only)

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ3. especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Project Title:                           izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint4.  Duration:招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP                                izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint12 months

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP5.especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ  Location, Country:                 especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Beijing, China

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. 6. izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Expected Starting Date:          7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, 1 July 2014

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, 7.  Brief Project Description:招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP      

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaderser of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  of UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint the 7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, Network has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media, theizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Network also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ To strengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPth Country Programme (CP7).

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, 8.  Host Agency/Host Institute:especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ    7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, UNFPA/China White Ribbon Volunteers Network

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP9.especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ  Organizational Context:      

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, UNFPA is an international organization招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP that especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled. Under the framework of the 7er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. th County Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV.

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013. er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. The Director of theCWRVN is Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University.

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

The objectives of the CWRVN are:

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint·7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,          To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities;

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint·izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint         To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators;

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP·er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.          To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China;

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP·izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint         To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence.

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ11. izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Description of Duties:

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organUnder7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  the diespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organrect招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP superer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. vision招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP ofer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  the Director of CWRVN,especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ andespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ woizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintrkingespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ closelyizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint wither of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  UNFer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. PA Gender team – Deputy Representative and Pr7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, ograer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. mmeizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Officer 7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, on izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintGender, t7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, he UN Volunteer willespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ provide er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. support in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ activities and participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN.

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

 

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

Theizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint UN Volunteerizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint will be placed in the office ofer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  CWRVN,7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following:

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. 1)izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint      er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Support to 招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPprogramme招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP mizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintanagement

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint a)     izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Support managing 7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, implementation of activities planned by CWRVN7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, . Key activities in 2014招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP include:

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. a.     er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  Hotline counseling services;

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint b.     especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Website update and promotion;

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP c.     especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Production of 招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPpromotional materials;

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ d.7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,       Organizingizations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint the annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop;

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint e.     er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  A men’s especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality.

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPb)      招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPOversee the financial management of activities.

 

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP 

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP2)      izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintProvide capacity building support toer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  CWRVN招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP, especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPa)     izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Provide hands-on technical assistance toer of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  CWRVN izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wintto facilitate project implementation;

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organb)     especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance;izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint   

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPc)izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint      especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organSupport development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities;

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPd)     izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated wither of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  CWRVN;

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organe)er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.       招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPSupport coordination and organization of other nationalespecially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ forums/events for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerism 7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, for GBV prevention;

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, f)      er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.  Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention.

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

 

7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,

 

 

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ3)     especially related to volunteerism for GBV prevention a)Provide hands-on technical assistance toCWRVNto facilitate project implementation; b)Draft reports and review documents produced by CWRVN for quality insurance; c)Support development of proposals and work plans to seek more funding opportunities; d)Facilitate capacity building events focused on mobilizing boys and men to prevent violence, with participation of national volunteers affiliated withCWRVN; e)Support coordination and organization of othernationalforumsevents for outreach, capacity development and to promote volunteerismfor GBV prevention; f)Document lessons learned from CWRVN and synthesize good practices to use for mobilizing volunteers for GBV prevention. 3)Serve as liaison between theUNFPAandCWRVN a)Ensure continuous communications between UNFPAandCWRVN b)Report on a regular basis on the management of programme activities c)Identify and report to UNFPA on the bottlenecks and potential issues related to thedevelopment ofCWRVN; d)Keepother relevant partners and international agencies, such as White Ribbon Compaign, Global MenEngage Allicance, etc.informed of keyachievements and progress. 4)Supportawarenessraising of White Ribbon Campaign and outreach of the CWRVN a)Undertake outreach with local partners - government, civil society, including local volunteer organizations, youth organizations and private sector for broad participation in and ownership of programme activities for volunteerism and violence prevention; b)Support expansion of CWRVNand maintain a vibrant network of volunteers; c)Coordinate and provide support to affiliatedvolunteers, outreach and support to various CSO networks, support to development initiatives focused on the enhancing volunteerism for gender-based violence prevention. Furthermore, UN Volunteers areencouraged to: ·Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevantUNVand external publications and take active part inUNVactivities (for instance in events that mark IVD); ·Be acquainted with and build on traditional andor local forms of volunteerism in the host country; ·Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; ·Contribute articleswrite-ups on field experiences and submit them forUNVpublicationswebsites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; ·Assist with theUNVBuddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; ·Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organ er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Serve as liaison between the er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. UNFPA招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP and 招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPCWRVN

 

 

izations to use theUNVOnline Volunteering service whenever technically 12.ResultsExpected Output: ·All activities implemented with good quality ·Capacity ofCWRVN strengthened, including for outreach and expansion ·Volunteers mobilized across thecountryto support the roles and responsibilities of boys and men in gender-based violence prevention ·A vibrant network of volunteersestablished, including a strategy to guarantee its sustainability; ·Partnership among CWRVN, UNFPA and the international community strengthened; ·A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed. 13.QualificationsRequirements: ?Bachelor or Postgraduate degree ina related field such as sociology, social work,gender studies, international developmentand social sciencewith substantial experience in gender and violence prevention ?At least2years of related programme experience in volunteerism andor outreach and capacity development ?Language skills:fluency in spoken and written MandarinandEnglish; ?Knowledge of gender-based violence and its prevention, including working with boys and men for violence prevention, is preferred; ?Must be a Chinese national (includes Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents); ?Previous experience with volunteerism for development is a strong asset.. 14. Competencies: ?Computer skills: Basic computing skills (MS-Office and internet software) including preparing presentations and ability to work with databases; ?Demonstration of integrity by modeling UN values and ethical standards and treating all people fairly without favoritism ?Ability to work independently and as a team player ?Excellent interpersonal skills ?Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different cultural backgrounds with sensitivity and respect for diversity ?Proven ability to plan and organize work to deliver results. ?Knowledge and skills in strategic planning, results-based management, including results reporting ?Ability to work with minimal supervision ·Positive, constructive attitude 15.Living Conditions: China is characterized by a continental climate. The latitude spans nearly 50 degrees.Due to its size, the climate of China varies greatly.The northern zone (containing Beijing) has summer daytime temperature of more than 30°C (85°F) and wint

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CPa)     7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  E7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN, nsure continuous communications between UNFPA7). 8.Host AgencyHost Institute:UNFPAChina White Ribbon Volunteers Network 9.Organizational Context: UNFPA is an international organizationthatdelivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled.Under the framework of the 7thCounty Programme (CP7), UNFPA China Office has been working with government organizations, research institutions, and civil society to address priority issues in population and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender inequality in China, including prevention and management of GBV. With UNFPA support, the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) was established in 2013.The Director of theCWRVNis Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leaders of UNiTE campaign. Dr. Fang Gang is also the director of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender Studies (ISGS) of Beijing Forestry University. The objectives of the CWRVN are: ·To promote men and boys’ engagement to end gender-based violence, by conducting advocacy campaigns, seminars in communities and schools, and social activities; ·To carry out counselling to survivors and victims of GBV, witnesses of violence and violence perpetrators; ·To conduct research on counselling techniques and publish papers and books to summarize experiences and promote knowledge on this subject in China; ·To actively participate in global movements to eliminate gender-based violence. 10. Type of Assignment Place: Family Duty Station 11.Description of Duties: Underthedirectsupervisionofthe Director of CWRVN,andworkingcloselywithUNFPA Gender team – Deputy Representative andProgrammeOfficeronGender, the UN Volunteerwillprovidesupport in the management, coordination and oversight of the CWRVNactivitiesand participate in the outreach conducted by the CWRVN. TheUN Volunteerwillbe placed in the office ofCWRVN,which is currently located in the Bejing Forestry University. The UNV will be responsible for the following: 1)Support toprogrammemanagement a)Support managingimplementation of activitiesplanned by CWRVN. Key activitiesin 2014include: a.Hotline counseling services; b.Website update and promotion; c.Production ofpromotionalmaterials; d.Organizingthe annual meeting and the volunteers’ capacity building workshop; e.A men’sstorytelling and community dialogue project to strengthen social norms that support healthy masculinities and gender equality. b)Oversee the financial management of activities. 2)Provide capacity building support toCWRVN,  and CWRVN

招聘启示原网页:http:www.unfpa.cnenarticle412#overlay-context=en VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROGRAMME OFFICER (NATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER) UN VOLUNTEERDESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer.UNVcontributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. 1.UNVAssignment Title:GBVProgramme Officer 2.Type of Assignment:National UN Volunteer (Chinese nationals only) 3.Project Title:China White Ribbon Volunteers Network 4.Duration:12 months 5.Location, Country:Beijing, China 6.Expected Starting Date:1 July 2014 7.Brief Project Description: UNFPA supported Dr. Fang Gang, a member of the Secretary-General’s Network of Men Leadersof UNiTE campaign, to establish the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network in early 2013, aimed to engage more Chinese men and boys to fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Since its establishment,theNetwork has mobilized support from different sectors to work as volunteers and provide Hotline (4000 110 391) counselling services to those who have experienced violence, who have perpetrated violence and those who are inclined to commit acts of violence. Through working with media,theNetwork also campaigned to raise awareness on gender-based violence, especially on what men can do to prevent and respond to it.Tostrengthen UNFPA’s engagement with civil society to promote male involvement in addressing GBV and to advocate White Ribbon Campaign in China, UNFPA continues to support China White Ribbon Volunteers Network as part of its on-going 7thCountry Programme (CP

 

 

er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beijing is well served with many shopping malls, large supermarket chains and international brands. 16.Conditions of Service National UN Volunteers receive a standard volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is 3,900 RMB per month. National UN Volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in Grant and end-of-assignment allowance will also be provided, along with travel to and from the duty station. UN Volunteers are entitled to 2.5 days personal leave per month and official government holidays. 17. Application Procedures Interested Chinese candidates (including Hong Kong and Macao permanent residents) should send a cover letter (in English) and a detailed curriculum (CV) tounv.intern.cn@undp.org. Please mark in the subject line: “UNV Application for UNFPA White Ribbon Volunteers Network”. Application Closing Date:11 July 2014 Acknowledgment will be sent to shortlisted applicants only. Description of Assignment Prepared By: Ms. Wen Hua, UNFPA Programme Officer Date:23 May 2014 Description of Assignment Approved By: Ms. Eirene Chen, UNV China Programme Officer Date: 12 June 2014 United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. er of Arctic severity.The central zone (containing Shanghai) has a temperate continental climate with very hot summer and cold winters.The southern zone (containing Guangzhou) has a subtropical climate with very hot summers and mild winters. Beijing is a modern city with relatively high-quality public infrastructure and services. It is the foremost political and cultural metropolis in China. The city has excellent health services available. In Beijing, buses and subways are the most common form of mass transportation at a low price.Taxis are reliable and widely available. All official taxis have meters in them.Domestic and regional travel by planes and trains are very common and popular in China. Domestic and international plane tickets can be booked online (www.ctrip.comandwww.elong.com).Train tickets can be purchased in advance in any local ticket office and train stations. In general, prices of apartments in central locations are high (USD$800 minimum) relative to other regions in China but quality is good and spacious.Most things are available in China particularly in the big cities.Beiji

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