Child Protection Case Worker- Afghan Female only
- Support in the follow up and management of identified protection cases; - The caseworker, with support from the Case Management Officer, will assume responsibility to assess the level of protection risk, and respond in a timely manner to protection risks and concerns, prioritizing urgent cases - Participate in regular case management meetings to discuss cases, best practices, and lessons learned. - Identify cases for protection cash, individual protection assistance (IPA), and referrals. Discuss with the case management officer to ensure that the identified cases meet the criteria for assistance. Ensure timely response and follow up. - Provide regular progress reporting on cases to the Case Management Officer for donor reporting - Perform other duties as requested
- Support with service mapping to identify service providers in their areas and update service mapping on a regular basis for specialized protection cases and non-protection cases, make timely referrals to relevant sectors/service providers and follow up on whether the service has been received by beneficiaries - Under the guidance of the Case Management Officer and Snr. PRoL Officer, disseminate key protection messages including on rights and available services - Maintain case management files in line with the SOPs, and protection data management best practices.
- 14 Grade or Bachelor’s degree 2 to 3 experience in case management especially with IRC and previous humanitarian work experience - Good communication skills, adaptation skills, ability to build relationships with communities - Communication and reporting skills - Fluency in Pashto, Dari and English - Computer skills (including MS Word, Excel, Access, and internet) an advantage - Ability to work closely, professionally, and constructively with all others regardless of nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion, race, tribe, or cultural background