- Career category:Programme/ Project design & management
- Job type:Job
- Humanitarian or Development:Humanitarian
- Experience level:0-5 years
- Organisation type:Civil Society
- Remote option:No
- Right to work requirements:Right to work required in advance
- Salary: Not Disclosed
- Work schedule:Full-time
- Length of contract:Temporary/ Fixed-term
- Provide professional and confidential services to survivors of GBV, grounded in the IRC’s holistic, survivor-centered case management approach.
- Document client information through accurate filling of intake forms and ensure confidential and safe storage.
- Support the maintenance of the IRC’s case management system by maintaining client confidentiality.
Training, Mentorship, and Coaching
- Provide/facilitate GBV trainings for all relevant community actors, including psychosocial First Aid Volunteers, Community Health Volunteers, women groups, other informal and formal community structures, and any other identified groups on GBV topics, including but not limited to: GBV basic concepts &referral pathways, guiding principles, sexual exploitation, and abuse.
- Provide leadership and guidance regarding psychosocial activities to all community workers to ensure all programme activities meet best practice standards.
Coordination and Networking
- Strengthen and maintain networks through other service providers and camp management to ensure that survivors receive compassionate support from the community and to encourage greater communication, collaboration, and coordination among partners (protection, health, legal, and psychosocial sectors).
- Advice the GBV outreach officer on programming areas that require targeted interventions and campaigns based on trend analysis.
- Strengthen and maintain networks with community leaders, women leaders, service providers and camp management to ensure that survivors receive compassionate support from the community and to encourage greater communication, collaboration, and coordination among partners (protection, health, legal, and psychosocial sectors).
Monitoring & Reporting
- Prepare and submit weekly & monthly reports as required and incorporate supervisors’ feedback in a timely manner, including information related to survivor non-identifying data, treatment provided, follow-up visits, drugs availability, referrals to other service providers and awareness activities conducted etc.
- Participate in the development of procurement and spending plans and work plans to ensure the successful implementation of programs.
- Ensure supplies/resources are requested on a timely manner for timely implementation of program activities including manage/prepare contingency program stock supplies where necessary.
- Participate in review meetings and psychosocial capacity assessment of the local partners.
- Share technical expertise on case management with local partner.
- Organize and conduct trainings for partners on relevant organizational development areas and support peer learning between IRC and the local partner.
- Development and revision of referral networks between partners implementing GBV and implementation of referral pathways.
- Diploma in counseling psychology, Social Science or related degree is preferred.
- Minimum 3 years of direct psychosocial/counseling and case management experience with a reputable agency; experience working with survivors of violence preferred.
- MUST have in-depth knowledge on GBV and responding to GBV in emergency settings.
- Demonstrated experience working directly with refugees who are survivors of GBV and can demonstrate understanding of a survivor-centered approach.
- MUST have experience with operationalizing GBV principles, knowledge of international humanitarian standards for GBV prevention and response.
- Must have experience working with GBVIMS (Gender Based Violence Information Management System).
- Must be willing to work in a hardship zone /environment.
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