CHS Revision Manager – GOV.202103

18 October 2021

We are looking for a passionate, collaborative facilitator with excellent project management skills to manage the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) revision process over the next two years. We are seeking someone skilled in gathering a wide range of perspectives, driving consensus and keeping complex processes on track, documented and effectively communicated.

It is an exciting role for someone who thrives on designing and implementing consultative processes, and who wants to make a significant contribution to building a more accountable aid system for people affected by crisis.

For more information of the expectations and requirements of this position, please find the full job description and person specification here.

Terms and Conditions
Location:   Geneva or London with regular travel to Geneva and other destinations (up to 20% of time).  Other destinations could be considered for legally registered consultants.
Time commitment: 70% – 100 % on a two-year contract – open to job-sharing 
Salary:  Current salary range for this position starts at gross annual salary of 100’000 CHF (Geneva) or £50’000 (London)
Start Date: January 2022

This position will guide and manage the revision process on behalf of the three copyright holders, Groupe URD, Sphere and CHS Alliance, guided by the CHS Steering Committee.

Please note:  This position will be hosted by the CHS Alliance. You will need to commit to the CHS Alliance’s vision, mission, and values and commit to be responsible for upholding and promoting the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct.  This includes respecting the CHS Alliance’s Code of Conduct and the dignity of those whom the Alliance pledges to assist and with whom they have contact.

As representatives of the CHS Alliance, staff behaviour must be seen to be of the highest standard. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, including the Inter-Agency Scheme for the Disclosure of Safeguarding-related Misconduct in Recruitment Process within the Humanitarian and Development Sector. As part of this scheme, we will seek information about candidate’s misconduct (including sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment) with any previous employers for the past five years.

How to apply
Please submit your application by email to:
Applications shall include a CV and a motivation letter (no longer than 2 pages each). Please mention your name and the vacancy reference in the subject line.

Vacancy reference: GOV.202103

Deadline for applications:  15 November 2021
Please expect the interviews to take place the week of the 29 November 2021.