|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Salary:||According to Organization Policy|
|No. Of Jobs:||1|
|Organization:||Afghanistan Rehabilitation and Education Program (AREP)|
|Contract Duration:||9 Months + Extendible|
AREP is an independent non-governmental, non-profit Afghan national organization established in 1994 and registered with the Ministry of Economy in 2005. AREP's learning experience as a development organization comes from its working association with communities in different areas of Afghanistan. More importantly, the development and growth of the organization have been through an evolutionary process. Besides AREP is a member of Education International (EI), the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief and Development (ACBAR), the Afghan NGOs Coordination Bureau (ANCB) and DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S (The International Award for Young People) AREP is also one of the few Afghan NGOs certified by the Afghan Institute of Civil Society (AICS) in 2018.
AREP is working for women, youths, and children where disability is the top priority among the AREP's three targeted groups in three main AREP core competencies/ technical expertise, a): EDUCATION (Formal and Informal education, b): CAPACITY BUILDING [Vocational Education Skills Training, Awareness Initiatives (Civic Education, Human Rights, Anti-Corruptions, Access to Justice, Peace Building & Conflict Resolution) and other trainings for target above groups] & c): COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT providing them assistance in the multi-cultural program, government and community dialog, peacebuilding and Rehabilitation & Small Infrastructure) throughout Afghanistan.
ROLE PURPOSE: Under the direction of the Child Protection Manager and in coordination with subordinate staff will be responsible for implementing Save the Children’s activities on child protection, to make the delivery of child rights and child protection in practice. This post holder will be responsible for the implementation of the CP component of the project.
KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY
Provide support to the community stakeholders such as CBCPN, and school-based groups including the student council and PTSA.
Conduct training for the project and partner staff and build their capacities according to the capacity gaps assessment key findings.
Providing mentoring support to case workers and making a plan for their improvement according to the findings of monitoring.
Provide technical supervision and support of field staff through regular contact, field visits, or meetings.
Support caseworkers in establishing a community center in coordination with center facilitators.
Monitor the community centers’ activities and efforts, and ensure CBCPNs are supporting the efforts.
To support partners in conducting various pieces of training for the CBCPNs, children groups, center facilitators, parents, Employers, student councils and PTSA.
Regular visits to the assigned field to participate and facilitate CBCPN's monthly meetings and informal meetings.
To participate and facilitate monthly DCPAN meetings at the district level.
Initiate community dialogues to expand community awareness/ initiative fund and other child rights violation issues in the community.
Conduct induction meetings with families, teachers, the community, and other stakeholders to establish a children's group.
Initiate need assessment to find the exact needs of the community centers and maintenance in consultation with children.
Referral of youth to vocational/ apprenticeship opportunities based on their interest and abilities.
Facilitate the distribution of materials and toolkits during the project period
Compile and generate the training reports conducted in provinces.
Prepare and implement the action plan for quality monitoring
Mobilizing and Making communities aware of project objectives, outputs, and activities and MEAL systems and SCI Child Safeguarding Policies.
Facilitate project and activities information at all events such as training and workshops
Ensure personal commitment in building constructive working relationships with partners based on SCI partnership principles spelled out in the Theory of Change
Support Coordinators on day-to-day handling of department tasks related to partners
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
(Previous 2-year experience working on child protection
Good Oral and Written English Skills
Proven Computer skills in Word, Excel, and other MS Office software
Proven Administration skills
Ability to travel within project coverage districts & other provinces as needed
Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes (CV) with a detailed application letter and contact details, no later than April 01, 2023, to email@example.com
Please clearly indicate “Child Protection Officer (Only Female)” in the email's subject line.
Only short-listed candidates will be informed.
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