International Medical Corps is working to relieve the suffering of those impacted by war, natural disaster and disease by delivering vital health care services that focus on training, helping devastated populations return to self-reliance. IMC has been working in Gaza since 2009 and is currently implementing a project to support health service provision in partnership with local NGOs.
International Medical Corps never asks job applicants for a fee, payment, or other monetary transaction. If you are asked for money in connection with this recruitment, please report to International Medical Corps at the website provided at the end of this document.
International Medical corps is currently looking for: Child Protection Case Manager (2).
Capacity: Full Time Contract
Duration: 10 months with the potential for extension depending on available funding
Location: Gaza City.
All opportunities advertised here, and subsequent offers and recruitments are contingent on funding availability and donor approval.
Scope of Work/Deliverables:
- Receive cases referred by other departments of IMC, service providers and agencies as per the CP sub-Sector’s Standard Operational Procedures and Referral Pathways.
- During the interview, collect quantitative and qualitative data to analyze the situation and needs in order to define the most appropriate responses.
- Prioritize cases according to risk level and based on vulnerability criteria.
- Provide essential information on available services and support survivors in navigating the referral pathways and accessing services
- Identify concerns related to and support adherence to CP referral protocols and CP guiding principles.
- Always protect the privacy and the confidentiality of the case and of the individuals, adhering to the data protection standards of IMC.
- Conduct regular contacts of the selected beneficiaries to follow up on the progress and facilitate the good referral when needed.
- Ensure that progress is regularly reviewed.
- Handling child case management, service plans, review case progress and determine case closure.
- Coordinating and providing care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable, and client centered.
- Refer children to other institutions for further appropriate assistance, when necessary, to propose the best support available.
- Helping cases achieve wellness and autonomy.
- Provide training on child protection topics.
- Submit monthly report about the activities and actions done.
- Produce case studies and success stories of children through case management.
- Participate when needed in project assessments: surveys, data collection, filling questionnaires and forms, data entry, conducting interviews, FGD, etc.
Monitoring and Reporting
- Regularly ask the feedback and the level of satisfaction of the beneficiaries to adapt the support.
- Follow up the external referrals to other service providers and ensure that the takeover is done as fast as possible.
- 0rganize post distribution monitoring report to evaluate the satisfaction with the distribution, assistance process and to analyze the adequacy of the support.
- Update the CP documentation regularly and ensure appropriate follow up and action.
Coordination, Meeting & Representation
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders including community leaders and other humanitarian partners and service providers.
- Participate in case-discussion meetings with the CP Case Management Supervisor and, when necessary, involve other IMC departments or agencies.
- Ensure communication and coordination with other departments / team about internal referrals.
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Qualifications and Skills
- A bachelor’s degree in psychology or social works or another related field. (BA or Masters)
- At least 3 years of experience in similar positions.
- Demonstrated experience in assessment, case management and counselling skills with children and adults.
- Previous experience and knowledge of Child Protection Programming.
- Highly developed verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience working with children who have protection concerns
- Experience in or commitment to, working with individuals and families from different backgrounds and/or diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Knowledge and interest of gender issues and ability to mainstream gender considerations into programming.
- Strong interpersonal and influencing skills.
- Strong organizational and planning skills.
- Very good listening and facilitation skills – capable of managing and facilitating group discussions. with program participants, local officials, partners and all levels of staff.
How to apply.
- Interested and qualified individuals are encouraged to fill the application in the link below no later than May 24, 2022.
Fill the application
- CVs and Cover Letter must be submitted in English.
- Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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