Job Opportunities for Women in Syria as a Worker Assistant in Washokani Camp and Al Hol Camp

Deadline : 16 May 2020

Nonprofit organization: International Rescue Committee

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Job Opportunities for Women in Syria as a Worker Assistant in Washokani Camp and Al Hol Camp

IRC offers 2 job opportunities for women in Syria to work as a WPE GBV case worker assistant in Washokani camp and Al Hol camp.

Eligibility:

You must have:

  1. Demonstrable clear and genuine willingness to work and learn quickly and be committed to developing professionally in the field of GBV, in particular supporting adolescent girls protection and empowerment.
  2. Studies in psychology, gender or women’s studies, social work or other related studies, and /or professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights (desirable but not essential).
  3. Previous 1-2 years of experience providing direct support (basic counselling, case management, PSS) with women and girls, including survivors of GBV; previous training in these areas is strongly preferred.
  4. Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls protection and empowerment.
  5. Works well in a team in a flexible multi-cultural environment, and be able to handle pressure well.
  6. Demonstrated interest in and enthusiasm for working for women and girls’ rights and improving access to resources and services.
  7. Ability to discuss sensitive issues with respect and empathy.
  8. Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients at all times.
  9. Ability to work independently and under pressure.
  10. Excellent communication skills and confident interpersonal interaction.
  11. Ability to respond to emergencies when needed and support WPE team in providing any kind of support and distributing kits to the IDPs and refugees when needed.
  12. Fluency in Arabic is mandatory but fluency in English and Kurdish is preferred.
  13. Due to the sensitive nature of this position, only women will be considered.
  14. For more information about the job opportunity in Washokani camp, click here.
  15. For more information about the job opportunity in Al Hol camp, click here.

Your Responsibilities:

You will be responsible of:

  • Adhere at all times to the GBV guiding principles, the WPE case management guidelines, the IASC GBV case management guidelines (2017) throughout all case management and PSS interventions for women and girls.
  • Ensure at all times a women, girl, and survivor-centered approach throughout all activities and services you and the team provide in the women and girls centers and safe spaces; this includes ensuring confidentiality of survivors, and respect for their wishes and decisions.
  • Provide age-appropriate case management, including: assessment of women and adolescent girl’s needs; provide emotional support, crisis counseling (and in some contexts further individual counseling).
  • Actively participate in the mandatory weekly team case management meeting at the center, and the individual supervision sessions with your case work supervisor (women’s center office).
  • Working with the women’s center officer and senior WPE program officer, regularly advocate for the provision of life-saving medical care including clinical management of rape, SAC, PAC, family planning and other SRH; and where available and of quality, work in close collaboration with the health service near the center to ensure women and girls have safe, discrete and confidential access to/from the WPE and health services via agreed upon safe and confidential referral procedures.
  • Provide services adolescent girl survivors of GBV, including case management as well as best interest determination, age appropriate engagement and decision-making by survivors.
  • Lead age-appropriate and specialized group emotional services to vulnerable women and girls.
  • Conduct assessments with adolescent girls, their caregivers, and other stakeholders to identify key concerns, needs, and opportunities.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders including community leaders and other implementing partners.
  • Complete monthly activity reports, according to guidance provided by the WPE response officer.
  • Maintain detailed and confidential case files, ensuring they are carefully and safely stored in the in-line with the case Management Protocol, data protection protocols, and safety and ethical standards on GBV information management; and ensuring the WPE case tracker remains password protected.
  • Maintain positive and productive collaboration, coordination and relationships with the WPE team and wider IRC team and external partners.
  • Ensure you have all the necessary supplies needed in the center for your activities.
  • All other tasks as requested by the women’s center officer.

About International Rescue Committee:

The International Rescue Committee helps people whose lives and livelihood are shattered by conflict and disease to survive, recover and regain control of their future. It responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, helping to restore health, safety, education, economic well-being and power to people devastated by conflict and disaster.

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