Founded in 2003, Women Rehabilitation Organization (WRO) is a non-profit, non-governmental, independent organization dedicated to working towards the protection and advancement of women’s and child rights and the engagement of all members of society across Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). WRO supports the needs of all members of society in prevention and response to sexual/gender-based violence (SGBV) and increasing their access to quality integrated economic, social, protection, and health services. WROs mission is to engage as humanitarian aid workers to provide effective and efficient humanitarian aid and development support and empower individuals and communities to become agents of change where every woman, man and child have access to social justice, gender equality and a dignified life free from violence and discrimination. WRO vision is built on the principles and believes in collaborate and collective action of civil society, international organizations and individuals in investing in the communal needs of refugee, IDPs and host communities to forge social cohesion and peaceful coexistence.
In partnership with UN agencies, international organizations and governmental bodies, WRO has been able to successfully contribute towards meeting individual and community needs and WRO has become a local and regional expert in SGBV prevention and response and multi-sectorial holistic empowerment programming that fosters gender and protection mainstreaming. WRO has over a seventeen-year history of successfully delivering over 100 humanitarian and development initiatives focused on local, regional, and global advocacy, stabilization and reconciliation, peace building, general protection, child protection, SGBV prevention and response, psychological MHPSS and physical health and well-being, non-formal education, individual and community capacity building, wash, legal, advocacy, livelihoods, political and economic participation, voter and democratic awareness, reconstruction civil society and governmental capacity building and engagement initiatives. Furthermore, WRO is devoted to international commitments including contribution to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), UNSCR 1325 on women, peace, and security, and UNSCR 2250 on youth, peace, and security, and is committed to child safeguarding and combatting SEA with its zero-tolerance policies.
As a national and regional expert in holistic individual, family and community economic, education, protection, social, and equal participation empowerment. WROs efforts have shed light locally and internationally through awareness raising and advocacy on many important issues such as mainstreaming gender-based violence (GBV) prevention and response across all sectors, sexual violence in conflict SVC, and other issued related to marginalized groups rights in Iraq and the Middle East through initiatives that directly impact tens of thousands of families each year including though provision of lifesaving support and developmental dignified solutions and services that drive individual and collective healing, integration, inclusion, resiliency, self-determination, and peaceful coexistence with dignity and care.
Position: GBV PSS Worker
Location : Jadaa Camp
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Work closely with the GBV team to develop and lead the static center and project activities. .
- MHPSS/GBV Facilitator is required to attend and organize training, class sessions and/or events, distribute reading and learning materials, register and fill in attendance sheet of trainers, trainees, and personnel, related to the center activities
- Required to provide class as its planned and required by the project manager and/or Project Team leader.
- Provide feedback about the trainings, classes, events implementations to the project manager.
- Maintain classroom management within a class of designed number of participants
- Arrive punctually to trainings and classes and expertly manage time during the course of the learning, trainings, workshops classes to ensure that all aspects of the lessons are delivered. Also, to ensure that the designed curriculum is delivered.
- Design activities for the participants along with the project manager and implement it as per the project manager's request.
- Contribute feedback to the coordinator and Program manager.
- Contribute to team effort by accomplishing results as needed.
- Assist the coordinator in tracking the implementations and progress of the works.
- Maintain flexibility to apply and undertake any other task related the project, and required by the center coordinator and/or Project Manager.
- Bachelor degree is a required.
*2 years experiences in I/NGOs domain.
*Aware of local languages.
*Able to work under pressure.
*Ability to allocate and review priorities to meet deadlines.
*Ability to identify problems and take initiatives.
- Demonstrated experience working with adolescent girls, including facilitating trainings and/or activities targeting adolescent girls
- Minimum six months professional experience in Protection or GBV programming is proffered.
- Participate in and lead community mapping and safety planning exercises to ensure risks faced by adolescent girls are adequately captured
- Implement the different components of the Adolescent Girls Toolkit for Iraq.
- -Psychosocial support & life-skills development. -Outreach and introduce WRO services to Adolescent girls to participate in life-skills curriculum, non-formal education and recreational. -Facilitate parts of the curriculum with female caregivers.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit CV and cover letter including earliest available start date and salary expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Line: GBV PSS Worker - Jadaa Camp -Your Name. Please note applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Thank you very much for your interest, as we are not able to reply to all applications, if your profile meets our needs we will keep in on file for future opportunities. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted in due time.