- Regularly co-ordinate with admin, finance and HR for effective implementation of the project activities as per the agreed work plan and objectives and outcomes of the project.
- Co-ordinate with Education staff and DoE for effective implementation of the peace education project activities, ensuring clear guidance and standards for all program staff are in compliance with all agreements and the project proposal.
- Represent War Child UK in MOSUL level meetings and actively participate in UN/Govt. general and cluster coordination meetings in project location.
- To manage Team Leader/Community Mobilizers and Facilitators, and work in close collaboration with the community, Youth, Peace Committees and teachers for the roll-out of agreed project activities
- Develop work plan on weekly basis in the light of DIP for direct reports, and ensure effective monitoring of all activities assigned to each Field Officer.
- Promote children’s participation in programme activities, project design and accountability mechanisms
- Ensure that the project is implemented effectively maintaining high quality standards and ensuring consistency of the work in accordance with the programme goal and objectives.
- Develop, maintain and improve mutual and beneficial relationships with key stakeholders and use it for advocacy and mobilising support for War Child initiatives (including government officials, community leaders, teachers, PTAs ) to ensure successful implementation of the project.
- Prepare timely progress reports for the Area Manger in order to ensure the provision of accurate and updated information on progress and beneficiary data.
- Monitor and report security situation in War Child’s work locations to Area Manager
- Establish contact with current and potential partners, and pro-actively plan and carry out joint activities, such as project development, assessments, surveys, etc.
- Establish contacts with UNHCR, UNICEF, UNDP, OCHA and other INGOs’ representatives to ensure War Child UK is actively engaged and well represented in the humanitarian response. Also explore possibilities of funding and partnerships with UN and INGOs.
- Collect and provide all required, relevant and important data regarding IDPs , Returnees and communities, and update the Country Office.
- Ensure personal security and asset safety at all times as per War Child’s security guidelines, updates from other organisations and standing orders from the authorities and War Child’s HO.
- Ensure War Child’s visibility, profiling and representation at all relevant forums
- Respect and adhere to War Child’s child safe guarding policy
- Carry out any other task assigned by the line manager
- Bachelors in social sciences or project management or related field
- Experience of working on education, child protection or child rights projects is essential
- Experience of working with IDPs and other vulnerable communities
- Minimum 4 years of relevant experience at project management .
- Experience of children’s participation and facilitation skills and familiar with social mobilisation approaches
- Working knowledge of English (written and Verbal) is a must.
- Excellent writing skills in English and Arabic
War Child is an equal opportunity employer, both female and male are encouraged to apply. Please fill the Application Form in
Employment with War Child will be subject to the following checks prior to your start date:
- a satisfactory police record check to include a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and/or an International Criminal Record Check
- receipt of three satisfactory references
- proof of eligibility to work in the UK (roles based in London only)
If you have not heard from us, within two weeks of the closing date advertised, then it means that your application did not progress to the next stage.