• Clear weekly and monthly work plans – protection monitoring, field assessments, and awareness-raising activities, are carried out in a timely, effective and technically sound manner in 17 camps and 10 informal settlements.
• Supervise the conduct of individual interviews and facilitate participatory protection assessment – applying the Age, Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming approach - to fully understand the displaced population in its diversity, their protection concerns and priorities, and the resources available to them.
• Support the collection of information/data about vulnerability, protection needs and concerns of the targeted population, and work closely with the volunteers in camps and none camp locations in Duhok
• Ensure that the above-described protection information gathering, sharing, and filing are done in accordance with the agreed information management system that respects the dignity and ensures the confidentiality of the information sources.
• Conduct follow-up monitoring visits to ensure that needs have been met in an appropriate manner and beneficiary have the opportunity to provide feedback on the assistance received.
• provide training for service providers and focal point, people in camp and none camp areas.
• Contribute to building the capacities of local actors through involvement in their capacity-building planning, localized protection network meetings and co-facilitating their training.
• Prepare and submit activity plans and reports to the project coordinator.
• Provide verbal and written feedback to supervisors on progress, lesson learned, achievements and gaps, issues and problems.
• Keep a database of the number of beneficiaries per activity in each location, disaggregated by sex
• Any other duties as may be assigned by the project coordinator.
At least BA in Social Science or equivalents.
Min 3 year working with NGOs in the Protection sector
English, Kurdish, and Arabic languages are required
Efficiency in computer software
CV and cover letter should be sent:
write Protection Officer in the Subject of your email