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  • Organization: IMC - International Medical Corps
  • Location: Antioch | Ankara
  • Grade: Junior - Internationally recruited position - Junior level
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Project and Programme Management
    • Women's Empowerment and Gender Mainstreaming
  • Closing Date: 2015-09-25

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GBV Program Officer(Syrian National)

Antioch (Syria) | Ankara

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:§ Work closely with the GBV Program Manager, to meet program goals and to determine operational needs

§ Submit weekly and monthly reports and assist the manager in drafting donor quarterly/annual reports

§ Take the lead in conducting assessments in the camps for selection of new locations and development of new activities

§ Conduct quarterly safety audits in the camps and assist manager in presenting the results for other sectors and following up on action points

  • Take the lead on updating the GBVIMS database and produce regular analysis reports
  • Support the GBV Program Manager in GBV regular case reviews with Psychosocial workers

§ Organize and provide trainings to service providers, women center volunteers and camp focal points on GBV guiding principles and referrals

  • Provide regular support to women centers site supervisors
  • Work to establish and/or reinforce referral pathways with other sectors/services
  • Organize community mobilization around health issues concerning GBV
  • Liaise with health facility, mental health, and WASH staff to integrate GBV guiding principles
  • Maintain flexibility to take on added responsibility as and when needed
  • Ensure planned program activities are executed in a timely manner
  • Ensure on a weekly basis appropriate spending
  • Submit monthly cash projections

Knowledge and Experience:· Educational background in Social Science, International Relations, Law, Social

· Work/ Psychology, or other related field

· Understanding of emergency response and two years of relevant professional experience, including experience in gender, GBV or protection programming

· Proven experience in developing and delivering training and of group facilitation

· Understanding of emergency response and two years of relevant professional experience, including experience in gender, GBV or protection programming

· Proven experience in developing and delivering training and of group facilitation

· Extremely strong communication skills, with good understanding of relevant cross-cultural and sensitive issues

· Demonstrated sensitivity to protection issues, including application of the principle of confidentiality

· Ability to exercise sound judgment

· Ability to work well with a team

· Excellent qualitative and quantitative reporting skills

· Strong problem-solving and innovation to address gaps and challenges

· Demonstrated attention to detail and ability to produce timely and high quality of work

· Demonstrated high level of flexibility, responsiveness, and reliability

· Ability to work under pressure and strong time management skills to meet both short-term and long-term objectives

· Strict adherence to humanitarian and Protection principles and standards, as well as organizational policies including Code of Conduct and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA)

· Good knowledg

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: § Work closely with the GBV Program Manager, to meet program goals and to determine operational needs

§ Submit weekly and monthly reports and assist the manager in drafting donor quarterly/annual reports

§ Take the lead in conducting assessments in the camps for selection of new locations and development of new activities

§ Conduct quarterly safety audits in the camps and assist manager in presenting the results for other sectors and following up on action points

  • Take the lead on updating the GBVIMS database and produce regular analysis reports
  • Support the GBV Program Manager in GBV regular case reviews with Psychosocial workers

§ Organize and provide trainings to service providers, women center volunteers and camp focal points on GBV guiding principles and referrals

  • Provide regular support to women centers site supervisors
  • Work to establish and/or reinforce referral pathways with other sectors/services
  • Organize community mobilization around health issues concerning GBV
  • Liaise with health facility, mental health, and WASH staff to integrate GBV guiding principles
  • Maintain flexibility to take on added responsibility as and when needed
  • Ensure planned program activities are executed in a timely manner
  • Ensure on a weekly basis appropriate spending
  • Submit monthly cash projections

Knowledge and Experience:· Educational background in Social Science, International Relations, Law, Social

· Work/ Psychology, or other related field

· Understanding of emergency response and two years of relevant professional experience, including experience in gender, GBV or protection programming

· Proven experience in developing and delivering training andof group facilitation

· Understanding of emergency response and two years of relevant professional experience, including experience in gender, GBV or protection programming

· Proven experience in developing and delivering training and of group facilitation

· Extremely strong communication skills, with good understanding of relevant cross-cultural and sensitive issues

· Demonstrated sensitivity to protection issues, including application of the principle of confidentiality

· Ability to exercise sound judgment

· Ability to work well with a team

· Excellent qualitative and quantitative reporting skills

· Strong problem-solving and innovation to address gaps and challenges

· Demonstrated attention to detail and ability to produce timely and high quality of work

· Demonstrated high level of flexibility, responsiveness, and reliability

· Ability to work under pressure and strong time management skills to meet both short-term and long-term objectives

· Strict adherence to humanitarian and Protection principles and standards, as well as organizational policies including Code of Conduct and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA)

· Good knowledge of Microsoft Office

· Fluency in written and spoken Arabic, English fluency compulsory speaking and writing.

· Must have valid passport.

e of Microsoft Office

· Fluency in written and spoken Arabic, English fluency compulsory speaking and writing.

· Must have valid passport.

Applications should include a detailed CV and a cover letter should be submitted in English with the subject title to following email address, respectively:hrantakya@internationalmedicalcorps.org

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