DRC Protection Assistant GBV Prevention Jobs 2022 Kenya

DRC JobsDRC Protection Assistant GBV Prevention Jobs 2022 Kenya: Currently the DRC is hiring employees for their upcoming projects vacancy for the Protection Assistant GBV Prevention position. Now for all Kenyan NGO job seekers, it’s a great opportunity to work with DRC.

DRC Protection Assistant GBV Prevention Jobs 2022 employment advertisement is published on April 08, 2022. Candidates can apply via online by April 14, 2022.

DRC EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISEMENT
Organization Name Danish Refugee Council (DRC)
Type of Organization NGO
Date Posted April 08, 2022
Closing Date April 14, 2022
Position Protection Assistant GBV Prevention
Total Vacancy N/A
Apply Process online
Country Kenya

DRC Protection Assistant GBV Prevention Jobs 2022

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) seeks suitable applicants for the position below at the Nairobi, Kenya.

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree.
  • Experience: Minimum 2 years.
  • Employment Type: Full-Time.
  • Language: Fluency in Somali language is a MUST, English, Kiswahili.
  • Duty Station: Dadaab.
  • Remuneration: As Per Rules.

Other Requirements / Information:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in relevant field (Social Science, Social Work, Psychology, Project management and development, Gender and Development)
  • Fluency in written and spoken English essential
  • Training on GBViE, PSEA, SASA/EMAP (EBIs) will be an added advantage
  • Minimum of 2 years of work experience within the field of protection, sexual and gender-based violence programming, social work, psychology or programming background
  • Experience working communities within the refugee camp set up and people from diverse background and cultures;.
  • Experience in implementing behavior change communication and community mobilization strategies such as SASA! EMAP, Community Based Protection and others
  • Clear understanding of Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS);
  • Experience with capacity building of staff, and in convening and facilitating trainings and workshops
  • Excellent analytical and report writing skills (English)

Responsibilities:

Project Implementation

  • Mobilize community to participate in GBV prevention activities in the refugee camps.
  • Participate in meetings with community leaders, GBV support groups and other stakeholders.
  • Develop innovative and sustainable GBV implementation strategies closely monitoring behavior change and regularly monitor existing strategies on SGBV.
  • Referring all SGBV related cases to the response team for management.
  • Organizing and conducting training sessions for incentive workers, community groups like mentors, SASA activists and EMAP champions; identified community and agency staff on SGBV/human rights issues.
  • Conduct daily supervision, guidance, mentorship and supervision of community workers with bi annual performance review to ensure effective implementation.
  • Conduct regular formal and on-job training and mentorship to the team with other related topics to enhance professionalism.
  • Conduct sensitization, dialogue sessions with the wider population on ways to prevent & stop SGBV.
  • Facilitate formation of support groups to enhance community engagement & ownership on GBV Prevention work.
  • Identify and strengthen Community structures through engaging community leaders, camp management and other stakeholders to ensure that the survivors receive adequate support at the community level.
  • Disseminate relevant information i.e. feedback, assessment findings, SGBV trends etc during Community forums and meetings.

How to Apply?

  • Note: Before you apply, please download (link is given below) the full advertisement and read it carefully.
  • Interested candidates can fill the online application form by visiting official website. Candidates have to visit at https://drc.ngo/about-us/careers/vacancies/job/?p=164074 to fill the application.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
  • The closing date: April 14, 2022.
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