The GBV Prevention Workers will be responsible for specialized GBV awareness and prevention activities. He/she will liaise with the community members and key stakeholders in fronting GBV prevention activities, and coordinate with the IMC Community Workers team for more general GBV messages to be spread in the community.
MAIN TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Adopt to the program-designed monitoring and evaluation tools for community awareness-raising sessions in GBV, including men’s dialogues, focused GBV sessions with women and girls, Quick chats, and group discussion series guided by GBV-related pictograms. In coordination with the GBV officers and other key partners.
- Organize and deliver GBV community awareness-raising events, including 16 days of activism against GBV and international women’s day, Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, campaign (SAApM) through various activities, Domestic Violence Month (DV), International Girl child day, World Refugee day. and conducting safety audits as determined by project objectives
- Monitor and evaluate the outcomes of the community International awareness raising sessions
- Disseminate information to the community as per specialized training, SASA!
- Sensitize, inform, form, and oversee the running of the EMAP group sessions for both males and females in the community
Coordination and networking
- Strengthen and maintain networks through other service providers and camp management to ensure that survivors receive compassionate support from the community and to encourage greater communication, collaboration, and coordination among partners (protection, health, legal, and psychosocial sectors).
- Advise the GBV Officer on programming areas that require targeted interventions and campaigns based on trend analysis.
- Work in collaboration with GBV Team leaders to ensure the ongoing needs of women and girls are being met through prevention-related activities.
- Organize and participate in case conferences and another interagency coordination meeting at the camp/community level].
Qualifications & Skills
- A clear understanding of gender, abuse of power, and issues surrounding violence
- Experience/understanding of community mobilization and empowerment work
- Social work understanding/experience
- Willingness to travel to the site locations
- Openness to working with displaced communities
- Project cycle management understanding and application
- Computer and communication skills preferred
- Fluent Arabic/Kurdish
- Including writing clear and concise reports.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Strong Community mobilization skills
- Good time management and planning skills
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Strong computer skills (Word and Excel)
- Belief in and understanding of gender equality, women’s rights, and empowerment
- Fulfill any other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
- Diploma holders in social sciences with strong GBV experience will also be considered.
- 1-year related field with experience. NGO experience is a plus.
Travel Required: (10% of Time).
How To Apply
Please send your English CV to the IMC email:
Please indicate the code of the position (19120) in the Subject line.
CVs without the subject line “19120” will not be considered.
Links to CVs will not be taken into consideration.
- The deadline will be the 28th of Feb 2023 at 4:30 pm (Iraq time).
- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
* Note:- please send your national ID, and certificates attached to the application email as well.
*Bank account will be requested from the selected candidate
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