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مدير حماية Protection Manager | مجلس اللاجئين الدانمركي DRC

مدير الحماية  Protection Manager | مجلس اللاجئين الدانمركي DRC
مدير الحماية  Protection Manager | مجلس اللاجئين النرويجي NRC
مدير الحماية  Protection Manager |مجلس اللاجئين الدانمركي DRC


Protection Manager (Gedaref)

Reporting to: Area Manager

Location Sudan
Workplace Gedaref
Contract Type Expatriate or national contract
Due Date28 January 2022




Reporting to: Area Manager

Employment Band: n/a

Management or Non-Management: Management

Direct reports: Protection Team Leader

Technical reports: N/A

Unit/department: Protection - Programme

Location: Gedaref

Authorization level: N/A

Overall purpose of the role
In close coordination with the Area Manager, lead in the design and delivery of protection programming (GBV and general protection) for East Sudan Emergency Response
As the technical focal point for protection staff in his/her area of implementation, the Protection Manager will be responsible for strengthening DRC’s capacity to protect displaced persons including refugees, asylum seekers and others in mixed flows.
Design and rollout technical protection tools and guidelines in line with agreed strategic response

Responsibilities



Programme Design & Implementation:
Lead in the design, implementation, monitoring and reporting of protection activities, including protection monitoring, case management, psychosocial support and community-based protection, in East Sudan;
Responsible for ensuring on time, on budget implementation of protection projects in their defined area of operation. This includes meeting donor targets (activity and budget), ensuring donor compliant implementation and supervising quality;
Undertake regular visits to areas of implementation to monitor the quality of implementation and provide technical advice and tailored capacity building to field protection staff as necessary;
Prepare high quality and timely narrative reporting for donors
Develop procurement plans and liaise with relevant support departments to ensure that activities are carried out according to plan, including participation in supply chain processes and ensuring goods are in line with programmatic standards;
Manage expenditure and take timely corrective action to prevent over and under expenditure;
Maintain ongoing communication with Area Manager regarding relevant contextual developments and incident reporting;
Support integration of Protection interventions with site management and any other sectors ensuring close collaboration between field teams;
Identify opportunities and material to contribute to communications and/or donor visibility efforts



Programme Team Management:
Recruit and line manage protection project staff;
Provide regular constructive feedback to direct reports, and support direct reports in performance management of their team members;
Assess training and development needs within the Protection team, develop and implement capacity building plans



Coordination and Representation
Responsible for supporting with conducting donor visits, provide briefing to donors;
Active participation in, contribution to and representation of DRC in the Protection, GBV, PSEA, MHPSS and Child Protection coordination forums, as well as other meetings related to protection;
Ensure that DRC’s work is coordinated with efforts of other agencies, ensuring the specific needs and protection of vulnerable communities are being addressed;

Other
Ensure the respect of DRC Code of Conduct and DRC’s zero tolerance policy of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA), humanitarian principles and contribute to the integration of Protection and Age, Gender, Diversity (AGD) mainstreaming into DRC programming;
Undertake any other duties that may be assigned for the successful achievement of emergency response.

Experience and technical competencies
Minimum five years protection field experience, preferably in an emergency contexts;
Significant theoretical and practical knowledge of International Humanitarian, Refugee and Human Rights Laws
Experience in international humanitarian work and refugee complex emergencies, including in camp settings;
Experience with managing large teams and providing technical guidance, training and capacity building;
Experience managing large protection projects, budget planning and follow-up, procurement, report and proposal writing;
Proven communication, negotiation, advocacy and diplomacy skills;
Ability to quickly develop understanding of the human rights situation and insight into the political environment of the program country;
Prior experience implementing GBV and PSS in emergency settings
Knowledge of Gender and Protection mainstreaming, AGD, PwSN and AAP approaches;
Experience working and living in a challenging environment and willingness to travel to conflict affected areas.

Education

Master’s degree relevant to humanitarian work: preferably in law, social work, gender studies, social sciences or humanitarian aid (significant proven field experience may be accepted in lieu)

Languages

Proficiency in spoken and written English

Arabic, Tigrayan, desirable

Key stakeholders:
Area Manager
Protection and site management teams
Local partners
Clusters and humanitarian actors
Local authorities and community leaders


DRC as an employer
By working in DRC, you will be joining a global workforce of around 8000 employees in 40 countries. We pride ourselves on our:
Professionalism, impact & expertise
Humanitarian approach & the work we do
Purpose, meaningfulness & own contribution
Culture, values & strong leadership
Fair compensation & continuous development

Providing equal opportunities
We are committed to creating an inclusive and positive work environment based on mutual respect for all employees. All applicants are considered for employment without attention to race, age, ability, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other factor. At DRC we celebrate diversity and appreciate our employees for the people they are and their unique skills, backgrounds, and perspectives. We encourage all interested candidates to apply.

Promoting high standards
DRC’s capacity to ensure the protection of and assistance to refugees, IDP’s and other persons of concern depends on the ability of our staff to uphold and promote the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in relation DRC’s values and Code of Conduct, including safeguarding against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. DRC conducts thorough and comprehensive background checks as part of the recruitment process.

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