Founded in 2003, Women Rehabilitation Organization (WRO) is a non-profit, non-government and independent organization dedicated to working towards the protection and advancement of women’s and child rights and the engagement of men through service provision for all members of societies across Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). WRO supports the needs of Syrian refugee, Iraqi IDP, and Kurdish women, men, and children in prevention and response to sexual/gender-based violence (SGBV) and increasing their access to quality economic, protection, food, health, education, shelter and legal services. Furthermore, WRO’s work aims to increase the social, political, economic participation of women in all aspects of society though capacity development projects that promote the economic and political participation of women.
WRO has over a twelve-year history of collaborative work at the national, regional and international level working with many organizations. WRO has delivered over 45 projects focused on psychological MHPSS and physical health, formal and non-formal education, capacity building, protection, wash, legal, advocacy, livelihoods, political and economic participation, voter and democratic awareness, stabilization and reconstruction. WROs efforts have shed light locally and internationally through awareness raising and advocacy on many important issues such as mainstreaming gender based violence GBV across all sectors, sexual violence in conflict SVC, and other issued related to marginalized groups rights in Iraq through initiatives that directly impact tens of thousands of families each year. In partnership with UN agencies, international organizations and governmental bodies, WRO has been able to meet the needs of Syrian refugee, IDP, host communities by providing them with lifesaving services and developmental support services. WRO supports women, men, and children in communities across Iraq to reclaim their lives and start anew with hope and dignity in camp, urban, and rural settings.
Go from door-to- door and meet with returnees, IDPs and host community. Allow beneficiaries to talk about their concerns and problems.
Provide information about the services offered within the project's center focusing on the peace building and social cohesion activities and livelihood activities, and other activities offered in each section.
Keep aware of the role of a community mobilizer and not go beyond that role by providing mental health counseling, GBV services, or other activities that should be performed by referral resources.
Always keep personal safety as a primary consideration and not be involved in any situation or location where wellbeing could jeopardize.
Report all situations and locations of concern for safety to the coordinator, facilitator and project manager.
Complete all documentations and daily outreach reports required by the project manager and/or the social workers in a timely manner.
Maintain flexibility in undertaking any other task related to the project, and as required.
1 year experiences in mobilization with I/NGOs.
Experiences in conducting service mapping and referral pathways.
Bachelor degree is a required.
Able to work under pressure.
Good communication skills, including active listening skills and excellent written communication.
Ability to allocate and review priorities to meet deadlines.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit CV and cover letter including earliest available start date and salary expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Line: Mobilizer_ Salameya_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.