Job Title: Case Management Adviser - 2313741

International Rescue Committee
  • Job Title: Case Management Adviser Jobs in Iraq - 2313741

    International Rescue Committee
  • 3 - 4 Years
  • Iraq - Iraq
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Job Description

CoordinationChair the Case Management Working Group on a monthly basis;Lead on all initiatives linked to the Case Management Working Group in close coordination with the Child Protection Sub-Cluster Coordinators;Coordinate with the CPWG co-chairs at governorate level to support the establishment of governorate-level case management task forces, where required;Liaise and support governorate-level case management Task Forces (CMTF) where they do exist to strengthen them and expand their scope;Regularly liaise with CMWG members to support with the advancement and deliverables of initiatives and CMWG work plan;Support partners in updating of Case Management SOPs and contextualization to Federal Iraq, ensuring the engagement of CM actors as needed;Support in and follow-up on updatingdeveloping service mapping and local context-specific referral pathways for child protection in all governorates;Update CMWG work plan and TORs, as needed;Lead on CMWG advocacy efforts at KRI and Federal Iraq level;Under the guidance of Child Protection Sub-Cluster Coordinators, support with fundraising efforts;Capacity BuildingCollaborate with CMWG members to finalize training packages on case management (based on SOPs and referral pathways) and training plan for the Training of Trainers (ToT) for case workers (frontline workers) and case worker supervisors;Lead in the development and contextualization of coaching and mentoring guidelines and materials;Work with trained mentors in support of a case worker mentoring programme in each governorate, based on needs and requirements from case management implementing partners;Establish a list of Trainers to support with capacity building efforts and co-lead trainings where needed;Identify capacity gaps and work with members to close them with trainings or other capacity building activitiesIdentify National partner or government body to coach and support with leadership of Case Management Working GroupGovernment engagementClosely work with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs both at KRI and Federal Iraq level to ensure engagement within the Case Management Working Group and, where possible, ownership of Case Management Working Group Initiatives;Coordinate with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs on efforts and case management initiatives including, but not limited to, Alternative Care in Emergencies, Identification, Documentation, Tracing and Reunification, Children and Armed Conflict, Children Associated with Armed Forces and Armed GroupsOther responsibilitiesSupport with development of Standard Operating Procedures, as well as the update, contextualization, and roll-out of SOPs in coordination with CMWG members;Support the CPIMS+ pilot and future CPIMS+ initiatives as necessary;Lead on the monitoring and analysis of CM trendsCoordination- Coordinate with members of the CMWG regularly to ensure the deliverables take place according to the Work Plan of the CM Working Group and TORs- Coordinate with CPWG leads throughout Iraq to coordinate the development and delivery of case management trainings and to ensure links to local contexts where possibleKey Working RelationshipsInternal IRC Deputy Director of Programs, Child Protection Technical Advisor, Child Protection CoordinatorExternal Co-Chairs of the Child Protection sub-Cluster, international and national NGOs, UN Agencies and government authoritiesQualificationsAdvanced university degree in social work preferable, but not requiredFive years child protection case management experience in International settings with International NGOSUN AgenciesExperience in effectively dealing with international staff, government officials, and other NGO s staff and ability to work with a broad spectrum of peopleGood knowledge and understanding of international child protection and youth policy and practice issuesCoordination experience in humanitarian fieldExperience in working in Child Protection programs in emergencies, including with displaced communitiesProven experience in case management capacity building (development of SOPs, development and delivery of trainings to different audiences)Experience and understanding of child protection and case management in Iraq context preferredAbility to develop training, manuals, and tools at high levelProved experience in delivering training with a variety of audiencesExperienced in setting up and maintaining databases for case management servicesFluency in English mandatory, fluency in Arabic preferredTravel This position is based in Erbil, Iraq With regular travels to all Federal Iraq governoratesWorking Environment The overall security situation in Erbil is relatively calm Security in field sites and Baghdad is currently fairly stable but subject to change at any timeStandards of Professional Conduct The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the IRC Way Code of Conduct These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Harassment-Free Workplace, Fiscal Integrity, Anti-Retaliation, Combating Trafficking in Persons and several othersGender Equality IRC is committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including parental leave, gender-sensitive security protocols and other supportive benefits and allowancesReturning National Candidates We strongly encourage national or returning national candidates to apply for this position If you are an Iraqi national, are currently located outside of your home country and possess at least three years of international work experience, the Syria Response Region has introduced an attractive remuneration package The package includes competitive compensation, return flight to post, shipping allowance, temporary housing and a relocation allowance Certain restrictions may apply IRC strives to attract, motivate and retain qualified national staff in our programsIRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law#LI-GR2

Profile Summary

Type:Company Job

Eligibility:Bachelor of Arts(Sociology).

Industry:NGO / Social Services / Community Services / Non-Profit


Deadline:17th Sep 2024

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Case Management Adviser

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