The, Protection Service Field Manager under the supervision of Senior Protection Manager, is primarily responsible for IDP protection in targeted Areas. They will work in close collaboration of UN agencies, govt. authorities and relevant stakeholders to make sure that affected population rights are fully protected under national and international laws.
Technical Oversight/Staff Supervision
- Work with Senior Protection Officers to develop daily, weekly and monthly implementation and monitoring plans
- Monitor and supervise the implementation of Project activities, including appropriate documentation and management of protection cases (recorded incidents)
- Ensure that the database records are regularly and timely updated
- Provide systematic analysis of collected data to highlight broad trends in cases/incidents and protection concerns.
- In the event of repeated, prevalent or serious incidents, refer to relevant IRC staff for advocacy for further service provisions and on other protection-related matters
- Support the Senior Protection Manager and Capacity Building officers to conduct staff trainings on Protection, human rights and other related topics.
- Facilitate the (re)establishment and operation of Sectoral Committees (SC) across the relevant phases of Jalozai camp
- Working closely with SCs, with support from the IRC Senior Protection Officers and Capacity Building Officers, and in consultation with the community and the relevant sector (education, WASH etc) develop/revise terms of reference for the SCs
Coordination and Advocacy
- Establish and maintain good working relationships with Government officials, camp management authorities, community leaders and NGO stakeholders attending all concerned meetings and other gatherings./
- With support from the Senior Protection Officers at least one meeting per month with Grand Shura and 3 meetings with Sectoral Committees (1 for each sector with SC representatives for each of 8 phases), with participation of sector agencies /NGOs/CBOs, to provide updates and share information, as well as seeking input from these stakeholders on the IRC protection activities and protection concerns in the camp..
- Attend the bi-monthly Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) meetings in Jalozai camp and at the UNHCR office in Peshawar.
- Follow-up on incidents (particularly group incidents that require advocacy as part of the IRCs assistance) and protection concerns and advocate accordingly with camp management, camp security, community elders, IDP committees, and other stakeholders Coordinate with relevant sectors to ensure the availability of necessary services for the IDPs, and specifically for Extremely Vulnerable Individuals (EVIs), , both staying in the camp and returning to their areas of origin
- Prepare and submit to Senior Protection Manager weekly reports on implemented activities and progress against targets, highlighting key protection concerns and efforts to mitigate or eliminate them
Prepare ad hoc reports, when necessary, detailing protection concerns, efforts to mitigate or eliminate them, issuing recommendations as necessary
- Excellent English and good knowledge of Local language is essential
- Excellent communication and analytical skills
- Knowledge of national law and/or human rights principles
- Excellent written and spoken English, Pashto spoken is desirable;
- Competent in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel
- Excellent professional approach and strong team building skills
- Strong coordination and representation skills and well versed in convincing and clarification of views and points;
- Excellent coordination, negotiation and advocacy skills
- Ability to handle multiple tasks; proven self-initiative and problem solving abilities
- Willingness to travel within Pakistan
- A commitment to protecting human rights.
2 year of working experience with UN agencies, International NGO or Institution.