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DRC Vacancies 2023 for Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team Jobs in South Sudan Location.
DRC Jobs in South Sudan 2023:- New job notification not for DRC job opportunity portal for the post of Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team. Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team Vacancy is for the South Sudan location. Candidates should apply through www.pro.drc.ngo before the last date which is 22/02/2023.
Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team Jobs at DRC Details
|Recruiter Name||DRC (Danish Refugee Council)|
|Name of Vacancy||Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team Vacancy in South Sudan|
|Job Location||South Sudan|
|Job Type||UN Jobs in South Sudan|
|Top Job Category of the day||NGO Jobs in South Sudan|
Protection Manager – Mobile Response Team Jobs Description
Overall purpose of the role
Under the direct supervision of the Emergency Manager, the Protection Manager is responsible for the management of DRC South Sudan’s emergency integrated Protection programming, including GBV and General Protection, using a mobile or semi-static response modality. The Protection Manager will oversee emergency protection programming across South Sudan in hard to reach locations affected by conflict and/or natural disasters. This role will involve deployment to and the management of teams in remote field locations to implement protection activities including but not limited to rapid protection assessments, protection monitoring, IPA, community based psychosocial support, capacity building in protection, GBV response activities, including GBV crisis case management and the establishment and operation of women and girls’ safe spaces.
To lead this work, DRC is looking for a candidate with ambition and experience to supervise a strong team and ensure that DRC continues to be a leading voice in emergency protection programming in South Sudan.
To achieve the objectives of the position, the Mobile Protection Manager will perform the following tasks and undertake the following responsibilities:
Undertake rapid protection assessments and protection monitoring exercises, including the development of assessment tools, supervise data collection, analysis of data, and drafting of assessment reports.
Plan and oversee the implementation of protection response activities including IPA, community based psychosocial support, capacity building in protection, GBV response activities, including GBV crisis case management and the establishment and operation of women and girls’ safe spaces.
Provide technical guidance and support on protection and GBV to project staff to ensure quality implementation. Lead the deployment of project team in complex locations to provide guidance during assessment and emergency response.
Develop project workplans and track progress of the implementation of the activity.
Provide capacity building key protection and GBV topics for protection and non-protection staff both within DRC and other agencies.
Provide regular updates on ongoing missions to the Emergency Manager.
Collaboration with the DRC CCCM, SNFI and FSL teams and other ERRM partners to plan and implement multi-sectoral emergency response.
Closely work with the Emergency Manager and Safety Coordinator in mission planning and implementation to ensure appropriate safety measures that safeguard DRC team and assets during deployment.
Ensure compliance with DRC and international policy, procedures and practices throughout emergency response activities, including adherence to Do No Harm principles, Protection principles, and GBV guiding principles.
Preparation of necessary logistic and financial requirements prior to any mission deployment.
Collaborate with the Emergency Manager and relevant Technical Coordinators in the development of concept notes and/or proposals and budgets for ongoing and future emergency protection activities.
Contribute to the strategic direction of the DRC Mobile Response Team with greater focus on protection through participation in strategy planning meetings and developing strategic documents.
Develop mission budgets and cash requests, ensure the timely request and submission to the finance department
Prepare monthly forecasts for the Protection programme and track budget expenditures to ensure timely utilization of funds vis-à-vis work plans, and implementation schedules and adjust budget forecasts when needed.
Human Resources and Administration
Overall responsibility for managing the national mobile protection staff including ensuring positive and collaborative working relationships within the team and with external stakeholders.
Initiate and manage the recruitment of national mobile protection staff, including the development of job descriptions and completing interviews.
Conduct performance planning and appraisal for staff, identifying areas for capacity building and training. Contribute activity to the evolution of the country office nationalization strategy and policies.
Carry out protection staff skills needs assessments, prepare annual capacity building and training plans in consultation with the line manager, Protection Coordinator and HR Manager and oversee the execution of the plan.
Ensure all staff are trained on and adhere to on the DRC’s Code of Conduct.
Logistics, Procurement, Safety and Security
Develop supply/procurement plans for mobile protection activities and coordinate with the Logistics personnel for their delivery to the field as per project planning.
Develop mission safety plans and provide pre-deployment safety and security briefings.
Ensure staff compliance with security management rules and procedures (for i.e. ensuring relevant documentation and procedures are understood and adhered to by staff).
In collaboration with the Emergency Manager, provide support to the field teams in the management of security incidents.
Coordination and Representation
Represent DRC and actively participate in the Protection Cluster meetings as required, ERRM coordination meetings, and meetings with donors relevant to protection in consultation with the line manager. This may include attending and providing presentations on assessments at Protection Cluster meetings and other stakeholders, including project donors.
Coordinate with the CCCM, FSL, and SNFI sector leads within the Mobile Response Team to plan and oversee multi-sectoral emergency interventions. Liaise regularly and work closely with, operations and finance staff during mission planning and implementation.
In this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’s five core competencies:
Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process.
Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback.
Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation.
Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly.
Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with our vision and values.
Qualifications and Experience
University degree or higher education in human rights, social work, law or related field.
At least three years international experience working in protection programming in complex humanitarian settings, including in general protection and/or GBV programming.
Experience in carrying out protection monitoring and rapid protection assessments.
Knowledge of and experience in GBV response programming, including GBV case management, women and girls’ safe spaces, and PSS with GBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV is highly desirable.
Demonstrated experience in team management, including previous experience in the direct line management of staff.
Ability to multi- task and oversee interventions in different field locations concurrently.
Solid experience in project cycle management, including proposal writing, budget management and donor reporting;
Proven experience of capacity building and training, including preparation of materials and facilitation, particularly on the topics of human rights, protection mainstreaming, community-based protection, gender based violence guiding principles, child protection minimum standards, protection information dissemination.
Established capacity to deal with stressful situations, willingness to work in remote and isolated location;
Good computer and IT skills and strong English communication and writing skills
Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
An understanding of the South Sudan context.
Self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of guidance and supervision;
Experience working in security-sensitive environments and enforcement of team security protocols is an asset.
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