The Protection Field Monitor is responsible to perform his/her duties as outlined and any other tasks assigned by his/her Manager or Supervisor.
- Assist in the implementation of the IDP monitoring plan and contribute in weekly monthly report.
- Maintain and update required reporting formats on protection Monitoring.
- Participate in protection assessment in areas of Herat Badghis and Farah provinces together with access negotiator as directed.
- Ensure high level of communication and coordination with the inter agencies and support teams.
- Responsible for collecting all necessary documents on protection.
- Submit weekly report to program section on relevant events regarding monitoring findings and related issues on protection.
- Update the monitoring databases with planned and actual monitoring visits and update timely.
- Identify any apparent issues in the program and report then to the appropriate personnel.
- Having knowledge of protection issue and know the Monitoring process and its tools.
- Be able to work with IDPs adapt in emergency work to visit related areas for protection of concerned.
- Work closely with DORR in prescreening Monitoring and assessment as directed by team leader.
- Having strong communication skills.
- Identifying PSN among people of concern to UNHCR i.e. IDPs returnees and – in specific cases- individual from host communities.
- Undertake mission to the areas characterized by high number of returnees/IDPs including in the context of multi-sector emergency needs assessments that may be carried out at inter- cluster level in cases of new displacement
- Find the protection gaps evaluate the impact of the assistance and draw lesson that can be useful in improving the overall intervention on protection.
- Develop regular plan and report of the performed activities through email.
- Asses the context and current situation of Gender-Based Violence teenage pregnancies child labor access to education human rights violations and other protection related issues and set baseline data for these within ARAA
- Facilitate Community Action Planning workshops when necessary
- Mobilize and organize Community Based Protection Committees
- In conjunction with the Protection Committees identify and document human rights violations refer cases to the program officer/reporting officer and provide regular follow-up on each case
- With the assistance of the Protection Committees monitor and verify new cross-border movements byrefugee and returnees
- Update the monitoring database on a weekly basis
- Present weekly progress reports
- Perform related duties in professional manner as required.
- Bachelor Degree (Pervious working background with ARAA or other NGO or INGOs in the related field is preferred)
- Minimum two years of relevant working experience in UN INGOor NGO.
- Knowledge of community is necessary.
- Record of good performance from previous employer.
- Ability to write and verbally communicate clearly and concisely in English Dari or Pashto.
- Well-developed interpersonal and team skills and proven ability to be flexible in demanding situations.
- Ability and willingness to travel to IDP areas at short notice during the working hours.
- Ability to understand protection and analyze the situation of IDPs in Good English Writing knowing Pashto is an asset.
- Respect the organizational culture commitment to Code of Conduct.
- Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
- Be flexible well developed interpersonal and team skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish good communication.
How To Apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter to:
- Only shortlisted persons will be asked for interview.
- The ARAA retains the full right to cancel or amend this announcement and associated actions.
- In case you did not hear from our side latest after two weeks it means that your application is not considered for the position.
- Failure to provide the required documentation or submission beyond the closing date will result of applicant rejection from further consideration.