NRC’s Protection Programming includes three key elements, centrality of protection, safe and inclusive programming and specialised protection responses. To support populations to be free from violence and the protection of their legal rights, NRC implements Information, Counselling and Legal Assistance programming (ICLA) as well as Protection from Violence (PfV) programming within its specialised protection responses.
The purpose of the Protection from Violence Technical Assistant position is to implement protection monitoring and individual protection assistance activities.
This Position is contingent upon donor approval and funding.
- Conduct protection from violence assessments and collect data for violence incident or trends monitoring.
- Complete all relevant tools to effectively and accurately capture protection from violence information; and implement appropriate, safe data management practices, as delegated.
- Implement individual protection assistance as needed
- Develop strong connections and networks with relevant stakeholders and community members to ensure timely and accurate information on violence and coercion experienced or threatened against people is documented and available for inclusion in protection from violence analyses.
- Draft activity reports and complete all required documentation, as delegated.
- Assist in identification of relevant changes and/or trends related to the violence in his/her area of intervention.
- Assist the team in identifying and responding to emergency cases, especially internal referrals.
- Prepare procurement requests for material assistance in-line with case plans and ensure project documents are collected and saved offline and online
- Contribute to implementation of Safe and Inclusive Programming Minimum Standards across your area of work
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Generic professional competencies:
- Experience working in a humanitarian/recovery context
- Knowledge and experience within a relevant administration, craft or technical field and ideally a relevant vocational qualification.
- Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts.
- Knowledge of English Language.
Context/ Specific skills, knowledge and experience:
- Experience in community engagement or community outreach activities
- Experience in data collection or enumeration and an understanding of safe and inclusive information management approaches and standards.
- Experience with psychosocial support preferred.
- Handling insecure environment
- Planning and delivering results
- Communicating with impact and respect
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 4 based upon the NRC grading Scale. Salary and benefits as per Jerusalem Duty Station
Reports to: Protection Against Violence Coordinator
Recruiter: Nagham Yasin email: [email protected]
If you are interested to apply for this position, please check the full Job Description PS_JD-Protection from Violence Technical Assistant_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.