|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Salary:||NTA Salary Scale (Grade D, Step 1-3)|
|No. Of Jobs:||1|
|Organization:||IRC (International Rescue Committee)|
|Years of Experience:||12 months with the possibility of extension|
|Contract Duration:||12 months with the possibility of an extension|
|Education:||Bachelor Degree Holder|
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. The IRC operates throughout Afghanistan’s ten provinces. among which some of the most security volatile, and employs over 1000 staff.
- Construct and maintain Community Based Protection Committees (CBPCs) strategically in compliance with industry standards and IRC policy.
- Encourage participation from the community in the creation of CBPCs, and supervise and direct members’ activities.
- Make sure the committee is diverse in terms of age, gender, ability, and age.
- Give CBPCs the tools they need to develop and improve community ownership and participatory procedures.
- Enhance CBPCs’ abilities to recognize, prevent, and respond to community protection problems by providing frequent training.
- Provide assistance to CBPCs as they carry out community-based protection assessments, service mapping, and referrals
- Encourage CBPCs to create community-based protection plans to address potential threats
- Increase CBPCs’ capacity by providing them with protection process training
- oversee and direct CBPCS in the execution of fast-impact projects in compliance with criteria, including analyzing community submissions and choosing projects with the intention of preventing, minimizing, or addressing significant security threats and concerns indicated by the community. By handling finance management and procurement, assist CBPCs with implementation. help the monitoring and evaluation team assess the effectiveness and progress of the fast-impact initiatives
- Assist CBPCs in distributing information about laws, rights, and services in the community
- a bachelor’s degree in a related subject, such as law, sociology, or social work
- A professional technical background with 3 to 5 years of relevant expertise, including 2 years of experience executing humanitarian protection programs 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.
- Good communication abilities, especially the capacity to win over new populations and establish relationships
- high level of English, Dari, and (depending on area) Pashto spoken and written
- having a working knowledge of Microsoft Word
Refer to the submission guidelines