|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Salary:||Based on IRC salary scale (8B)|
|No. Of Jobs:||2|
|Organization:||IRC (International Rescue Committee)|
|Years of Experience:||Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (e.g. social work, sociology, psychology, law)|
|Contract Duration:||12 months with the possibility of an extension|
|Education:||Bachelor degree in a relevant field (e.g. social work, sociology, psychology, law)|
About IRC (International Rescue Committee):
The IRC reacts to the biggest humanitarian disasters in the world and assists people in surviving and re-establishing their lives. The IRC, which was established in 1933 at Albert Einstein’s request, provides refugees who are compelled to leave conflict or natural disasters with life-saving treatment and transformative support. We are now restoring safety, dignity, and hope to millions of people who have been uprooted and are fighting to survive in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities. Leading the road from danger to home is the IRC. In 1988, the IRC launched its national initiative in Afghanistan. Our initiatives include a wide spectrum, concentrating on child safety, education, economic well-being, health, and power. They also include early recovery and development activities. Almost 1000 people are employed by the IRC, which operates in ten provinces across Afghanistan, including those of the most dangerous in terms of security.
- Maintain the case management system’s operation and control the provision of high-caliber case management in compliance with SOPs and international minimum requirements.
- Assist and mentor case management teams to ensure adherence to fundamental child protection principles in their day-to-day work.
- Provide teams advice on spotting child safety issues and how to react appropriately, either one-on-one or at case review sessions, as necessary. oversee child protection situations, ensuring prompt reaction and follow-up.
- Organize frequent meetings with case workers to discuss lessons learned and best practices while giving the senior CP officer feedback.
- Work together on child protection matters with Department of Social Welfare employees and other important State and Division stakeholders, as appropriate.
- Having access to service mapping that is frequently updated will guarantee that teams have the capacity to accept and make recommendations.
- Coordinate services linked to SEL spaces in schools, community-based child protection committees (CBCPCs), and safe healing and learning spaces (SHLS) with community-based officers and SHLS officers in the appropriate place. Using these services, assist them in creating messaging for promoting awareness with parents, educators, and community leaders.
- By bringing up topics like child marriage and child labor, you may help create and disseminate important protection messages about children’s rights and welfare.
- Participate in, and when necessary, arrange, regional or provincial child protection seminars or meetings, and give the senior CP officer input on the discussions and results.
- To improve collaboration and coordination, establish and maintain good working connections with all stakeholders, including community leaders, NGOs, community-based groups, and other IRC sectors.
- Organize project implementations with CP Officers in other regions.
- Monitor the program budget and expenditures under the direction of the senior CP officer and the CP manager.
- Provide the senior CP officer and the CP manager regular updates on the status of the cases for donor reporting.
- By providing information about CP instances and trends as needed, assist the information management officer.
- carry out more tasks as needed
Qualification and Requirements:
- degree of bachelor in a relevant discipline (e.g. social work, sociology, psychology, law)
- 2 years or so of relevant experience, including 1 year of conducting humanitarian protection initiatives in emergency/conflict situations.
- having written frequent reports
- Preferably with case management and protection monitoring experience
- Prior survey or assessment design and implementation experience is desirable.
- Strong communication abilities, especially the capacity to win over new populations and establish relationships
- with a high level of English, Dari, and (depending on area) Pashto spoken and written
- having a working knowledge of Microsoft Office
- proficiency in English, Dari, and Pashto
- An advantage is having knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and the Internet.
- Possession of the capacity to collaborate intimately, professionally, and productively with people of various backgrounds, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion, race, or tribe.
For IRC- Afghanistan Internal Candidates:
Before submitting an application for a new position within the company, the IRC advises workers to hold their current position for at least a year and maintain good standing. When applying for a new position, an employee must notify his or her supervisor in advance whether he or she is interested in a position with the company.
(Although, 1 year is recommended based on the authorized policy; yet, we urge IRCA personnel to remain up to 6 months and above in order to be given the chance to compete for an opportunity in the company.)
All qualified candidates are requested to open the given link and follow the instructions:
Applications that are received without the required link and/or online system will be rejected and excluded from the process altogether.
Those who have been shortlisted will be contacted immediately for a written exam and then for interviews. if you don’t hear from anyone TWO or FOUR WEEKS after the deadline. Please be aware that your application for the position was unsuccessful. IRC Afghanistan Country Office is located next to the Fatemia Mosque in Qala-e-Fathullah, Street #3, District 10.
Refer to the submission guideline