The Protection Officer/Training Officer will be responsible for carrying the following and not limit to:
Planning, and supervision of protection/GBV activities in the field, supervise mobile team to ensure that all planned activities are carried out timely.
Ensure that the protection/GBV activities are implemented following standard procedures and sensitivity to avoid negative impact in the field.
Strengthen case management and referral system and to improve data management system within the targeted working areas.
Organize and facilitate project related trainings.
Work with team and communities to develop appropriate prevention and awareness raising in the targeted provinces.
Collect progress updates for the field team, prepare biweekly, monthly, and quarterly reports on time and submit to line manager.
Work closely with logistic and security department and ensure necessary logistical/administrative and security processes and protocols for the field team.
Represents International Medical Corps and the GBV project component at local and provincial level in coordination with line manager; attend meetings, sharing information and providing feedback when requested.
Actively participate in protection and GBV working groups and contribute in interagency initiatives and promote International Medical Corps as a leader agency in GBV.
Ensure maximum visibility of International Medical Corps and donor while implementing the project activities.
Supervise, support and guide the field mobile team and other project staff in the province to ensure project objectives are met, to improve program quality, cultural appropriateness and adheres organizational policies and procedures, donor requirements and host government guidelines.
Technical Support to GBV team in conducting GBV prevention and response activities in the field, referral of GBV survivors and conducting trainings for health staff in the targeted provinces.
Assist in establishing GBV Referral network among GBV Actors
Ensure compliance with security protocols and policies.
Consider security implications of all program activities, review all new initiatives with national staff and community leaders.
Perform other duties as requested to oversee the implementation of quality GBV prevention and response activities, building capacity and promote international Medical Corps as a leader agency in GBV.
Support GBV Site Manager for training of GBV staff.
Belief in human rights including gender equality.
Understanding power structures and vulnerabilities.
Excellent communication skills, fluent in Dari and English both writing and speaking
Very good computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.
Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, ability to work as part of a team, as well as independently.
Strong organizational, able to exercise sound judgment and proactive problem-solver.
Autonomous, creative with ability to work with limited resources.
Good understanding of the project cycle and teamwork.
Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment, prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and ensure high quality work.
Capacity building and team building/motivational skills.
Flexible and able to work in a dynamic and diverse environment.
Excellent attention to detail.
Graduation degree from a recognized University of social work, psychology medicine or related institutions.
At least 3 years of experience in Protection and GBV field in similar roles in governmental or non-governmental organizations.
Experience in organizing and facilitating training on GBV related topics
Expertise in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint Excel and internet is required.
Communication skills and strong local language correspondence skill. Particularly in fluency in English, Dari and Pashtu speaking /writing skills are required.
Ability to write logical, clear, and concise reports.
Women are encouraged to apply
You are kindly requested to send your written CV or resume through email and mention the vacancy number and title of the position in the subject line. Application received after the closing date and without subject line will not be considered.
Only short-listed candidates whose application responds to the above criteria will be contacted for written test. Interested candidates should send their application to the following email address:
Important: To ensure an open, transparent staff selection process pleases certify in your application form that I have no relative or personal relationship with International Medical Corps employees if yes, please disclose the Name, Position and Relation, otherwise your CV will be not considered for shortlist
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