Triangle Génération Humanitaire (TGH) is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) designing and implementing emergency, post-emergency and development programs. The programs fall within the fields of water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH), civil engineering (Shelter), food security, rural development (Livelihood), socio-educational and psychosocial (Protection). In 2014, its committed teams operate in 10 countries and manage 43 programs.
TGH is working in KR-I since June 2013 mainly in the provision of socio-educational and psychosocial services to Syrian refugees. TGH is currently operating with a national partner an informal Learning Centre in Daratoo area of Erbil, providing educational and psychosocial services to Syrian refugees’ children. Since November 2015, TGH is implementing Cash for education project aiming at improving the school enrolment and attendance of Syrian refugees children out of camps in 8 cities of Erbil Governorate.
Since 2016, TGH is also implementing a project in Bardarash area including Education and Protection mobile units to support IDPs.
The present project has been designed to respond to the Mosul emergency situation and consists in setting up and deploying Mobile units to provide Emergency Education and Child Protection towards conflict-affected children in Ninewa, Erbil and Dahuk governorate
The overall objective of the Assistant Project Manager is to ensure, under the responsibility of the project manager (PM) and the Project Coordinator, the implementation of activities within the frame of the project and to develop any other activities related to child protection.
Responsibility 1: Project’s activities implementation and monitoring (Case Management, PSS, Community based approach)
Task 1 - Participate with the PM and the Project Coordinator in drawing up the action plan in camps for which he /she is responsible, including setting the objective, and activity timetable in order to achieve the project results and follow up.
Task 2 - Help in ensuring the quality of the project through reporting follow up, results and context monitoring, lessons learned and knowledge management, tools development and trainings with the PM and the project coordinator.
Task 3 - Ensure the smooth implementation and monitoring of the project’s activities in close collaboration with the supervision team and member of the field teams.
Task 4 - Ensure the effective collaboration with all partners and key stakeholders of the project and participate in the collect of information for the service mapping corresponding.
Task 5 - Support the established committees (CP committee, Adolescent committee) by provide regular trainings related to CP for Committee members and monitor the implementation of their activities. Support in the creation of the action plan of Committees.
Task 6 - Follow up on the needs of the community in terms of awareness and make sure that the Committee members are being proactive in the definition of the awareness program, in coordination with the Community Mobilizers.
Task 7 - Organise and support the different awareness campaigns through the community structures in coordination with CPU and management team.
Task 8 - Ensure the capacity building of community members and non-CP actors (Sector leaders, teachers, authorities, NGO staff, etc.).
Task 9 - Ensure the utilization of monitoring and evaluation tools in an appropriate and relevant way
Task 10 - Share information and problems/challenges with the PM and Project Coordinator.
Responsibility 2: Team management.
Task 1 - Supervise, follow and report the team’s activities according to the daily / weekly planning.
Task 2 - Provide technical support to the teams in collaboration with the technical support team.
Task 3 - Assist the team to ensure high level of accountability in all activities.
Task 4 - Provide advices, trainings and capacity building sessions to the team when needed once validated by the technical referent.
Task 5 – Provide first response to HR issues in the field and report to the PM directly.
Task 6 - Be involved in conducting performance evaluation of the staff and support them to set objectives.
Task 7 - Organize the work of the teams (groups, staff planning, presence sheet…)
Task 8 - Ensure that all staff respect confidentiality and follow TGH ethical guidelines and security rules.
Responsibility 3: Reporting, planning and communication
Task 1 – Organize meetings with the teams regarding the activities of the project
Task 2 - Ensure that all data is properly and regularly collected
Task 3 - Monitor the project indicators on a regular basis and make sure the sources of verification are complete.
Task 4 - Handover the activity reports on each activity and bi weekly report on time to the PM and Project coordinator.
Task 5 - Contribute to the preparation of contractual reports.
Task 6 - Participate in Meetings, CCCM, Network groups at the field level, and cluster when requested by the Project Manager
Task 7 - Maintain good professional relationships with the beneficiaries, NGO partners, Camp Management, UN Agencies.
Task 8- Report to his/her Project Manager any development or change of circumstances regarding the context and actors
Responsibility 4: Participation in logistic and administrative tasks.
Task 1 - Make sure that logistical, administrative and financial procedures linked to program implementation are followed and alert the PM if gaps are observed in order that corrective action may be taken.
Task 2 - Collect weekly alongside the coordinator the logistic and administrative needs and transmit to the PM.
Task 3 - Participate in logistic plan: team needs, manage field expenses, inventories…etc
Responsibility 5: Other duties.
Task 1 - Give input and contribute to needs assessment for any possible/future child protection concept note, project proposal, and new interventions.
Task 2 - Translate from English to Arabic and reversed
This list is not exhaustive, you could be requested to perform other tasks as your supervisor may judge necessary.
Social worker and/or proven strongly experience on PSS and Case management
- Proven experience of working in capacity building.
- Proven experience of facilitating trainings
- Knowledge on Child Protection, Psycho Social Support (PSS), Psychosocial First Aid (PFA), Case Management (CM), Gender Based Violence (GBV) concepts and tools. .
- Knowledge of Standard Operating Procedures for Child Protection Case Management (SOP) or other official guideline and tools.
- Experience in working with adolescents
- Good capacity to provide activities with active participation and stimulation.
- Experience in supervision of staff
- Good communication and social skills to establish relationships with different communities.
- Computer skills (MS Office).
- Strong organizational and reporting skills.
- Very creative, active, positive and flexible.
- Strongly motivated by humanitarian work.
- Mandatory: Fluency in written and spoken Arabic. Knowledge of English is an asset
Subject to be mentioned in the application: Child Protection Officer
Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered.
Send cover letter together with a CV.
Please send your application, in English with copy of Diplomas, and titled as “Field team leader-Mosul ” to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 24th August 2019 .