• Through community networks, regularly monitor communities to identify newly displaced persons and households.
• Implement assessments in a timely manner with identified persons/households, key-informant interviews and community discussions. Ensure timely submission of assessment data for analysis and reporting.
• As needed, implement in a timely manner (Household Emergency Assessment Tool) HEAT assessments for emergency response.
• As needed, implement in a timely manner Rapid Protection Assessments (RPA) in target urban areas to collect information following an emergency and submit data for analysis.
• With guidance and supervision from ERM Protection Monitoring Officer, identify cases which meet the IPA criteria (a serious and immediate protection risk that can be prevented, reduced or mitigated through direct assistance) and provide the relevant (emergency cash or in kind) assistance. Engage in post-distribution monitoring to follow up on and track outcomes of implemented IPA.
• Regularly share information with communities in order to raise awareness and build resilience. Ensure that affected communities have access to information on relevant rights including availability and accessibility of services.
• Identify need for referrals to specialized services or service providers, make timely referrals and follow-up on outcomes.
• As Emergency Response activities are time-sensitive, the ERM Protection Monitors must carry out assessments, data submission, and assistance provision and referrals in a rapid and timely manner within the deadlines established by the ERM.
• The PMs must carry out these activities with regular communication, coordination, and supervision of the ERM Protection Monitoring Officer. ERM PMs will provide feedback and information to the ERM PM Officer on identified protection risks, recommendations for programming and response to meet needs and suggestions for advocacy, and be prepared to respond to clarify questions related to collected data as needed.
• PMs will carry out these activities with an understanding of protection principles that safeguard the rights of persons of concern and that prevent, reduce, or mitigate exposure to further harm and protection risks.
• Conduct other duties as assigned by supervisor
• Bachelor degree
• At least two years’ experience in an NGO
• Experience working for an international organization is preferred.
• Good protection background and knowledge, as well as demonstrated ability to identify and make protection referrals
• Experience in interviewing, survey implementation, data recording
• Belief in human rights including gender equality
• Good communication skills including ability to gain trust and build relationships with new communities
• High standard of Dari and Pashto (depending on location)
• Basic computer skills including Microsoft Word and excel
• Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team, as well as independently
• Flexible and able to work in a dynamic and diverse environment
• Some English language skills are desirable.
How to Apply:
Note: Application received without exact position title, vacancy no and location will be directly disqualified from the process.
interested candidates are requested to send their applications along with copies of their CVs (NOT Educational and Work Certificates), to the attention of the Human Resources Department to the following address or email us on (AF-Recruitment@rescue.org).
Shortlisted candidates will be directly contacted for written test and after that for interview. If you are not contacted TWO or FOUR WEEKS after the closing date .please know that your application has not been successful for the post.
IRC Afghanistan Country Office – Kabul
House 34, Street No.4 Taimani District 10, Close to Haji Mohammad Dad Mosque