NRC Protection from Violence (PfV) supports communities’ right to freedom from violence, coercion, and deliberate deprivation. PfV seeks to prevent or mitigate the consequences of violence. When violence does occur, PfV aims to mitigate the harm through dedicated support to individuals, households, and communities. NRC launched PfV globally and in Palestine on 01 January 2022. Currently, within PfV, NRC is implementing Individual Protection Services in Gaza. Within this project, in the West Bank, NRC will launch its PfV activities for the first time starting primarily with Individual Response Services (Protection Case Management and Individual Protection Assistance) as well as Protection Monitoring.
The purpose of a Protection from Violence Officer position is to carry out implementation of the protection from violence project.
This position is contingent upon donor approval and funding
- Carry out protection case management and individual protection assistance (IPA) in line with NRC Protection Case Management and IPA guidelines and tools, including conducting intake and assessment, creating and implementing client-centred case plans, following-up on case plans in a timely manner. This includes provide psychosocial support and referrals as needed.
- Identify cases of adults at high risk of harm and rights violations other than Child Protection and Gender Based Violence
- Maintain case management files with accuracy and confidentiality, including regularly updating case management database.
- Prepare procurement or payment requests for material assistance in-line with case plans and ensure project documents are collected and saved offline and online using Office 365, OneDrive and SharePoint in line with project agreements.
- Participate in mapping exercises and assessments aimed at identifying the locations and needs of vulnerable populations in West Bank with a focus on Hebron and the surrounding neighbourhoods, by using participatory data collection tools and methodologies.
- Coordinate with potential service providers (governmental, non-governmental, private, etc.) to improve the provision of assistance and referral mechanisms in line with safe referral standards.
- Identify barriers to access services, document and report on them.
- Contribute to implementation of Safe and Inclusive Programming Minimum Standards across your area of work
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
- At least two years of professional experience in the humanitarian sector with international organizations.
- At least two years' experience implementing social work, case management support (preferably in humanitarian setting)
- Good interpersonal and problem-solving skills, creativity, and flexibility
- Good ability to organize work, meet deadlines, work independently, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
- Advanced level of English and Arabic, both written and verbal.
- Understands rights and protection issues of target populations; experience working with affected populations is an advantage.
- Handling insecure environment
- Planning and delivering results
- Communicating with impact and respect
- Working with people
What do we offer:
The position is based in Hebron with some travel to Jerusalem Duty Station
Type of Contract: One year, renewable upon availability of funding.
Salary: Grade 05 based upon the NRC grading Scale. Salary and benefits as per Jerusalem Duty Station
Reports to: Protection from Violence Coordinator
Recruiter: Nagham Yasin email: [email protected]
If you are interested to apply for this position, please check the full Job Description Protection from Violence Officer_West Bank.docx
Applications are only accepted if submitted through NRC website.
A Resume and a Cover Letter should be submitted in English.
For more information about NRC's work in Palestine, please check: factsheet_palestine_may2023.pdf (nrc.no)
NRC is an equal opportunities employer and aims to have staffing diversity in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability.