Détails de l'annonce
Publiée le:
18 mai 2021
Type de poste:
Lieu de travail:
Tunis, Tunisie
Entre 5 et 10 ans
Bac + 5
Plein temps
Arabe , Français , Anglais
Description de l'annonce:

IPPF is a global service provider and a leading advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. We are a worldwide movement of national organisations working with and for communities and individuals.

The Arab World Region – Tunis Office

TheIPPF Arab World Region(IPPF AWR)istheleadingSexual andReproductiveHealth(SRH)servicedeliveryorganizationin the North Africa and the Middle East,andtheleadingSexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) advocacy voice in the region.

HeadquarteredinTunis,Tunisia,theoverarchinggoalofIPPF AWRistoincreaseaccesstoSRHR servicestothemostvulnerablepopulationsincludingadolescents, young people,women and men. The regional office partners with 13 member associations and is working in 14 countries across the region.

We are currently recruiting for a Department Head of Human Resources who will be located in the Arab World Region – Tunis Office.



·  To provide high quality HR advice and support to all AWRO employees.

·  To coordinate closely with the member associations.

·  To be responsible for overall HR functions including work-force planning, recruitment, staff administration and development.

·  To ensure the development and updating of relevant policies.

·  To perform a key HR role in a time of an important IPPF transition in the RO and the wider organization.

·  To dedicate significant time to doing critical safeguarding work in close coordination with the RD.

·  To support a culture of performance, efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability and must champion in organisational values and competencies.

Reports to: Regional Director

Location: Tunis 

Contract: One year renewable, locally recruited

Please note that the job description for full details will be provided up on request.

IPPF offers a wide range of benefits and is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications are particularly encouraged from women, people living with disability, people openly living with HIV and minorities.