CP Case Worker
- To ensure vulnerable children are identified and receive individual case management support by conducting documentation, assessments, action plans, direct service provision, referrals and follow ups for an assigned case load of children;
- To provide support to families in the process of case management;
- To organize individual and/or group psychosocial support activities, in cooperation with the other team members;
- To directly work with other social workers and service providers on management of caseload and referrals.
- Technical Quality
- Provide individual case management for children in accordance with all case management steps and related tools and procedures;
- Provide ongoing support to families;
- Offer psychological first aid (PFA) to children and parents/caregivers;
- Communicate regularly other case management and protection staff for updates on achievements and challenges;
- Ensure that offered activities respond to the needs of children and continuously reassess the situation and the needed interventions;
- Ensure activities are safe for children and staff members and liaise with the relevant IRC colleagues in order to assess the safety and security of the interventions;
- Participate into case conferences, working groups, ad hoc workshops and thematic trainings when required;
- Keep all the case files updated and secured;
- Complete all reports in a timely manner;
- Grant Monitoring & Reporting
- Provide input for weekly and staff activity reports and support any other reporting needs of the program.
- Coordination & Representation
- Directly communicate effectively with other professionals and service providers as part of conducting individual case management;
- Regularly attend child protection meetings at field level.
- All IRC staff are required to adhere to THE IRC Way Standards for Professional Conduct and the IRC country employment policies.