The officer will be responsible for contributing to the timely and quality implementation of activities, deliver continuous technical coaching, perform monitoring and evaluation of the quality of GBV related work and capacity building of staff who s/he will be working with in GBV prevention and response. The GBV officer will support in the provision of training and supervising GBV social and Community Workers to respond to cases of GBV and ensure effective case management and GBV prevention activities respectively.
Overall tasks and responsibilities:
Project Implementation and Monitoring:
- Provide oversight and monitoring of all GBV activities in the targeted locations in Ninewa, ensuring their coherence with the general project workplan;
- Report to the Project Manager about planning, implementation and progress of the activities;
- Directly supervise the organization and management of the women’s centres and ensure adherence to international standards;
- Manage the GBVIMS and supervise the information management system; prepare and consolidate GVBIMS monthly reports;
- Support the organization of staff trainings and supervision sessions;
- Supervise and mentor community mobilization team on GBV prevention and risk mitigation;
- Submit monthly reports;
- Participate in coordination meetings and working groups as necessary;
- Oversee awareness raising activities and support the development of GBV messaging;
- Identify and report success stories;
- Document best practices and lessons learned
- Identify shortfalls and bottlenecks in the implementation of planned activities that would require immediate action and, accordingly, propose relevant recommendations and corrective measures;
- Pro-actively identify tools and strategies related to GBV programming and coordinate with GBV Specialist and MHPSS advisor to ensure activities are conducted in line with international standards;
- Suggest contacts, partnerships and networking leading to the success of the project;
- Provide written and verbal translation and interpretation as required.
- Support the Project Assistant in organizing effective filing system, both written and electronically of documents (policies, procedures, staff regulations, procurement documents, contracts etc.);
- Support the Project Assistant in filing all project documents in an appropriate database, and ensure that all documents are accurate and have been accepted by the Project Manager;
Human resources management
- Ensure field staff members have a correct understanding of duties and responsibilities, code of conduct, staff regulations and policies;
- Promote a working environment respectful of UPP Code of Conduct with zero tolerance for sexual exploitation and abuse, as well as verbal and physical abuse or discrimination;
- Ensure Do No Harm principle is always observed and upheld on the field.
- BA in Psychology, Social work, sociology or related field.
- 2 years of experience in the field of GBV work with NGOs.
- Experience working with IDPs, Refugees and vulnerable communities in camp and non-camp area.
- Able to lead, train, supervise, facilitate and motivate GBV Field Staff in their respective tasks in a professional, respectful and supportive manner.
- Good knowledge of GBV guidelines, knowledge of reporting to GBVIMS and case management.
- Experience with participatory fieldwork, reporting and monitoring of results.
- Knowledge of humanitarian principles, code of conduct and GBV best practices.
- Fluency in both English and Arabic is mandatory.
- Excellent writing skills in English.
*Females are highly encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates are asked to send their CV by the 14th May 2020, specifying “GBV Officer - MOSUL” in the email subject to firstname.lastname@example.org
Female candidates are encouraged to apply.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email and/or phone call.
Shortlisting process will start before the deadline and the position might be filled before the closing date.
Security clearance will be asked before the finalization of the recruitment