in Tanzania 2020: New Jobs Vacancies at ADD International – Tanzania, 2020
Location: Dar es Salaam
Contract: Two Months 1st September – 31st October 2020
candidates are particularly encouraged to apply and as a ‘disability
confident employer’ ADD guarantees to interview all disabled candidates
who meet the minimum criteria.
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develop a Child and Vulnerable Adult safeguarding policy for the ADD
partner organization SHIVYAWATA, together with its associate policies
such as whistleblowing, human resource, risk management, code of conduct
and governance and to support and monitor its roll out and
Ritha Paul [email protected]
Jess Gleeson [email protected]
The Old Church School, Butts Hill, Frome, BA11 1HR, United Kingdom
Registered charity number 2033925
through its Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding policy has laid out
its commitments to keep children and adults (including staff, partners
and beneficiaries) safe from any harm and abuse that may be caused due
to their involvement in ADD International interventions.
is an umbrella organisation of persons with disabilities in Tanzania.
Its mission is to bring together ten national Disabled People’s
Organizations to afford a larger, louder and common voice on issues of
lobbying and advocacy. As one of ADD International Tanzania main partner
and as organisation fighting for the rights of all person with
disabilities in Tanzania, it is important that it has systems and
mechanisms in place to keep its staff, volunteers, members and other
stakeholders safe from harm.
An action plan has been
drawn up and a request for an individual consultant to work with ADD and
SHIVYAWATA to support the development of a Child and Vulnerable Adult
safeguarding policy for our partner SHIVYAWATA together with its
associate policies such as whistleblowing, human resource, risk
management, code of conduct and to support and monitor its roll out and
implementation. We would need a consultant with an understanding of the
safeguarding context in Tanzania and/or an understanding of safeguarding
in the disability sector to carry out this assignment. She/he should be
aware of further collaborations planned to be sought between
organizations supporting SHIVYAWATA.
THE OBJECTIVE OF THE WORK.
To provide support on the following areas:
- Work with ADD to co-facilitate the safeguarding capacity needs mapping for SHIVYAWATA
- Through participatory approach, support the development of SHIVYAWATA Child and Vulnerable Adult safeguarding policy
the SHIVYAWATA to update its Human resource manual, Code of Conduct, to
better include safeguarding standards, especially PSEA.
- Develop a sexual harassment policy
- Support the organisation to design safeguarding training for its Board members, Staff and Volunteers
the organisation to strengthen its complaints handling mechanism, with a
focus on safeguarding and whistleblowing complaints.
- Development of risk management
requires support to improve their safeguarding policies and practice.
Safeguarding practice should focus on beneficiaries and their own staff
members and representatives, many of whom have disabilities.
work will primarily be undertaken in Tanzania. The work (travel and
consultation) will ideally take place between 1st September and 30th
- If an extension to the timeframe is required, this should be justified by the consultant in his/her application.
EXPECTATIONS AND STANDARDS
The contracted person shall:
an excellent understanding of safeguarding concerning minority groups,
and experience in developing child and vulnerable adult safeguarding
- Have experience in safeguarding capacity building work with other organisations
- Have an understanding of safeguarding in a development context. Experience of safeguarding in Tanzania would be beneficial.
- Have an understanding of the safeguarding risks faced by people with disabilities.
- Previous experience working with a disabled persons organisation would be a bonus.
are committed to ensuing we are a safe organisation, delivering safe
programmes that ensure we do no harm to people we work with. Our
processes ensure all posts are graded, based on interaction with
children and vulnerable adults. This post is a Level 3 post. See outline of all levels below:
- Level 1 – HQ based, no real direct access to children/vulnerable adults
- Level 2 – a travelling role, possible access to children/vulnerable adults but unlikely to be alone
3 – regular access to children/vulnerable adults including on their
own, or lead responsibility for safeguarding within office/location
must be conducted and reported in a timely way and may not continue
beyond the specific time frame as outlined in this ToR without the
written consent of ADD International.
PROPOSED TIMELINES AND BUDGET
|0.||Contractor appointment and contracting||24th August to 28th August|
|1.||Document review, define workplan and capacity building methodologies||1st -13th of September|
|2.||Consultation on the ground||14th to 26th September|
|3.||Report submission||5th of October|
|4.||Report discussion with Organizations supporting
|9th of October 2020|
This is the suggested timeline, but we will be open to negotiation on this.
OUTPUTS AND DELIVERABLES
Expected deliverable(s) include:
- A sexual harassment policy
updated Safeguarding policy which includes protections for children and
vulnerable adults together with its associated policies
training resources that can be used at induction sessions for new
staff, representatives, and SHIVYAWATA Board members
- Evidence of a complaints handling mechanism
- A Code of Conduct for staff and representatives (Board members, secretariat, volunteers etc.)
- Evidence of named safeguarding leads, who have ownership over the safeguarding policy and sexual harassment policy
The contact persons for this Terms of Reference is Rose Tesha ADD Tanzania Country Director [email protected]
Further support will be provided by Shabani Abeid Tanzania Safeguarding Focal Person [email protected] and Adil Shah Director of Finance and Operation and Safeguarding Focal Person [email protected];
Method of Application
Interested applicants should send their applications and appropriate attachments by email to [email protected] by the closing date specified below.
Application deadline: 04.30pm/20th August 2020.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted. We are unfortunately only able to reply to those shortlisted.
are keen to promote strong principles of equality and diversity and
would welcome applications from all backgrounds. Disabled people are
strongly encouraged to apply and as a ‘disability confident employer’
ADD guarantees to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum
criteria. For more information on this please see our Equal Opportunities Policy.
nature of ADD’s work is as an ally to the global disability movement
promoting the rights of all people with disabilities. It does mean that
our staff, consultants, trustees and volunteers may come into contact
with children and vulnerable adults in some capacity or another.
is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
vulnerable adults, and expects all staff, consultants, trustees and
volunteers to share this commitment.
At ADD, we’re committed to
creating a safe and rewarding environment for all of our people to work
and volunteer, as well as for those we come into contact with through
This means we have robust safeguarding policies and
procedures to ensure everyone is treated properly, and a whistle-blowing
policy and process so people can raise any concerns they have,
For more information on this please see the safeguarding pages on our website.