Job ID 17906
Salary As per company salary scale
No. of Opportunity 4
Experience 2 Years
Qualification Bachelor Degree
Opportunity type Job
Duration 6 months
Vacancy No. VAC-9826
Under the guidance of UNICEF Child Protection Specialists and Child Protection Officers, the Provincial Social Workers, and in coordination with other child protection partners, the District Social Workers will be responsible for:
- Case Management for individual children and their families to those children who have experienced or are at risk of violence, abuse, neglect, and exploitation at given districts.
- Assessment, case planning, implementation of the case plan, follow-up and review, and case closure as outlined in the Standard Operation Procedures (SOP).
- Provide psychosocial support (PSS) to children and families throughout the case management process.
- Conduct safe referrals to essential services as appropriate, to districts/ at the provincial level and follow-up to ensure services provided were responsive to the needs identified within the assessment.
- Actively engage in all capacity-building opportunities, including formal training and capacity assessments.
- Participate in regular case management meetings with the case management team.
- Support identification, registration, family reunification, and reintegration of Unaccompanied Minor and Separated Children (UASC) and Children Associated with Armed Forces and Armed Groups (CAFAAG)
- Support mitigation, prevention, and response to GBV cases including awareness-raising, victim response, and coordination of the GBV programmes.
- Support rollout of child protection campaigns, community mobilization, and mediation.
- Collaborate with other child protection colleagues and key stakeholders to regularly report child protection issues.
- Lead coordination with district CPANs, stakeholders, and other community structures.
- Work with Child Protection and GBV subclusters at district level.
- Closely coordinate with and support other District Social Workers.
- Support Para-Social Workers at the district level and monitor their work, including compiling their reports.
- Conduct monitoring and reporting of key child protection issues.
- Any other relevant duty assigned to him/her by the supervisor(s).
Bachelor’s degree in one of the following fields is required: Law, social science, or another relevant technical field 2 year of experience.
Ability to read, write and speak local languages and English well.
1. Skills in documenting activities (writing short articles, activity reports, taking pictures…)
2. Proven ability to manage multiple tasks in a result-oriented manner under demanding working conditions, often with short deadlines.
Female Applicants are highly encouraged to Apply.
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Vacancy Reference NO. VAC-9826
Note: Due to the high volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please ensure that the e-mail address that you will indicate in your application is accurate.