Terre des hommes (Tdh) is looking for a Child-hub Officer to join its team in Romania. The successful candidate speaks English (= working language) and Romanian fluently.
Duty Station: Bucharest
Working time: part time (30 hours a week)
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Start date: February 2018
Tdh offers a one year fixed-term contract, with possibility of extension.
Salary range: 2200 – 2500 Lei Net
Knowledge, Attitude and Experience Required
Please send your CV and a maximum one page letter of motivation in English to:vacancy (at ) ro , no later than 31st of January 2018.
The recruitment and selection procedures of Terre des hommes reflect our commitment to child rights and child protection. Individuals identifying themselves as Roma are encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Only successful candidates will be contacted.
Background on Terre des hommes
Terre des hommes (Tdh) is the leading Swiss child relief agency. The Foundation has been helping children in need for over 50 years, defending their rights regardless of their race, creed or political affiliation. In over 35 countries, Tdh protects children against exploitation and violence, improves children’s and their mother’s health and provides emergency psychological and material support in humanitarian crises.
In Romania Terre des hommes (Tdh Ro) has been active since 1992. For the past few years, the delegation has been working on three main intervention areas: (1) Strengthening child protection and juvenile justice systems, (2) Protection of children affected by migration/trafficking, and (3) Social inclusion of minorities. Every year thousands of children and their families benefit from projects implemented either at a national or regional level. The current team is composed of 18 staff consisting of a delegate, a finance/HR/Admin team, a programmes team and a knowledge management team.
More information may be obtained on our websites: ;
The Child Protection Hub for South East Europe () is an initiative of partners from 10 different countries, from South East Europe and the wider European region, with the purpose of providing child protection professionals with tools for working and developing, space for constant learning and communication and with an opportunity to become a part of a strong regional community of practice. Tdh Romania is an active partner within the project and contributes to content development by aggregating articles from mass-media, posting its own resources, organizing and/or attending webinars and widely promoting the platform towards its audiences.