Launching workshop consultant

  • Contract
  • Dakar


Under the supervision of the Project Manager based in Dakar, the consultant’s main mandate is to
perform the following tasks:


  • Coordinate the preparation of the kick-off workshop
  • Review the current status of the protection system
  • In coordination with the administrative and logistical assistant, and under the supervision of the
    prepare and organize logistics related to the event
  • Prepare the presentations required for the launch of the report
  • Review and validate the invitation list
  • Identify the master of ceremonies
  • Prepare and track invitations to reach 50 participants
    Media Mobilization and Management
  • List media that could be associated with the initiative
  • Meet with the media and brief them on the project
  • Provide press releases
  • Arrange at least two interviews
    Coordination of panelists and speakers
  • Organize a preparatory meeting with the partner associations for an effective and efficient mobilization
    mobilization of the children on the activity
  • Organize at least two interviews by children
  • Attend parallel meetings with children to discuss the situation and identify how to integrate their
    and identify how to integrate their perspective into the baseline study launch
  • Brief panelists and the master of ceremonies, and organize internal coordination meetings to ensure that the
    coordination meetings for the smooth running of the activity
  • Based on the notes taken by an IBCR resource person during the workshop, write a summary activity report
    activity report and focus on the results


  • Minimum Master’s degree
  • Experience in planning and monitoring events related to child protection in Senegal
  • Good knowledge of the child protection system in Senegal and the ministries responsible for the
    responsible for the SNPE
  • Proven writing skills
  • Experience in media mobilization and/or child participation
  • Experience working with an INGO in Senegal
  • Interest and strong ability to work in a multidisciplinary and multicultural team
  • Rigor and attention to detail
  • Ability to demonstrate diplomacy and initiative
  • Demonstrate integrity by putting forward values and ethical standards
  • Dynamic and organized professional
  • Team player
  • Ability to manage stress in the face of unforeseen events
  • Excellent listening skills and benevolence towards the actors involved in the activity
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all types of audiences

How to apply

The application must include:

  • A cover letter describing how the applicant’s professional qualifications and experience
    experience meet the selection criteria
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Full contact information for three recent references (required)
  • Clear indication of your status to reside and work in Senegal
  • Your daily fees

All persons interested in this position must send their application by email no later than October 31, 2021 to *[email protected]* The Office will process applications as they are submitted. It is therefore strongly recommended to apply as soon as possible.

  • is seeking to recruit an individual to serve a term beginning November 1
    November 1, 2021.
    The International Bureau for Children’s Rights will only contact those candidates who have been shortlisted.
    shortlisted candidates.

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