Oxfam in Iraq was established in 2014 in response to the ISIS conflict. During this period Oxfam delivered its programme around 3 main areas: A) Lifesaving humanitarian assistance b) Recovery assistance, and C) Promotion of Women's Rights.
About the project
Women and Girls rebuilding Iraq project contribute to the policy-shaping, decision-making mechanisms and peacebuilding processes to ensure women and girls play a significant role in shaping the new rehabilitation and development agenda. The initiative is implemented in two governorates: Kirkuk and Diyala. The project is currently rolling out women empowerment output that entails a series of activities outlined in the Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) checklist leading to the realization of the project outcomes. 45 additional women will be selected through a rigorous process determined by their vulnerability from 5 project locations in Diyala who will undergo livelihood training skills before the grant disbursement to implement economic activities to challenge gender social-cultural norms and stereotypes in their communities.
Scope of work of the Daily Worker
The daily worker will support the GAC WAG Gender project officer to follow up on the project activities and ensure they are delivered as planned.
- Conduct sensitization of the Women and Governance (WAG) project approach to WEE to enhance community participation.
- Work with community volunteers and enumerators to ensure assessments are conducted in time and data collected is complete and of good quality.
- Participate in field visits to beneficiaries to discuss their business progress and challenges with the EFSVL team.
- Work with the livelihoods skills facilitators to deliver training on WEE
- Support logistics and administrative preparations for training while liaising with beneficiaries
- Conduct WAG activities as guided by the Oxfam EFSVL and the project officer
- Support in the preparation and archiving of project administrative and activity documents
- Prepare weekly and activity updates report for review and follow up
- Participate in gender-related activities within the office as instructed.
- Undertake any other activities as instructed.
- Minimum 1-2 years of experience in gender/ protection or Livelihoods
- Experience in delivering training and working with the community
- Experience working with NGO
- Fluent Arabic speaker.
- University academic qualification
- Computer literacy
- Strong communication and organization skills
- An advocate of gender equality and equity
- Available to travel for residential training outside Diyala
- MUST be willing to work in Jalawla, Khanaqin and Qaratapa
- Female candidates are highly desirable.
As part of your online application, please upload your up to date CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability against the essential criteria in the job profile. this position is opened on rolling basis, till the position is filled
External Link: https://jobs.oxfam.org.uk/vacancy/18074/description