DRC is an international non-governmental organization, which promotes and supports durable solutions for refugees and internally displaced people in more than 30 countries world-wide.

DRC has established its operation in Pakistan during December 2010 in order to contribute to the flood recovery response, as well as part of a regional program addressing Afghan displacement in close coordination with its programmes in Afghanistan, Iran and Tajikistan. DRC country office in Pakistan is established in Peshawar with operations in eight districts of Khyber Puktunkhwa.

Job Description:

  • Undertake regular field visits to conduct interviews with refugees, IDPs, host families, returnees, resettled IDPs and other relevant stakeholders in order to gather protection-related information,
  • Identify and support community structures and entrance points for discussion and work on SGBV issues,
  • Identify protection issues through an Age, Gender, Diversity Mainstreaming (‘AGDM’) approach, including focus group discussions and individual interviews in a safe environment,
  • Ensure participation of representative community groups in the design, delivery and monitoring of project activities,
  • Keep up to date with legal developments in Pakistan relevant to the protection of refugees and IDPs, and advise DRC staff as needed,
  • Help ensure that protection activities are conducted within the international legal / human rights framework,
  • Preparing protection information in an easily-understandable format for communities,
  • Plan, design and implement protection awareness-raising and capacity building activities for refugees, IDPs, communities and NGOs, in consultation with the target audience,
  • Design, with the participation of representative community groups, appropriate protection interventions, including referrals to relevant authorities and agencies.
  • Initiate or support community or municipal level advocacy activities designed to improve the protection situation of refugees, IDPs, returnees and/or host communities,
  • Identify protection issues in beneficiary communities and flag them for the attention of the supervisor.
  • Follow up on individual protection cases within communities and with partner organizations.
  • Conduct impact monitoring of project activities, in accordance with the organization’s methodology,
  • Co-operate and interact with partner organizations, relevant government departments and local authorities, ECHO protection staff and other protection partners on a regular basis.
  • Accurately and responsibly document information and share with appropriate partners, including ECHO, with approval of supervisor or senior management,
  • Work within an agreed work plan and ensure timely attention to priority tasks.
  • Play an active role in developing new protection strategies within the organisation
  • Prepare documentation of all relevant activities (protection monitoring forms, field trip reports, Collective Centre database, minutes of meetings, workplans, budgets etc.) in accordance with the organization’s guidelines and regulations. Propose corrective actions where necessary.
  • Supervise and support protection community mobiliser/s, where relevant.
  • Perform any other duties as requested by Supervisor or Protection Coordinator including by performing the duties of a Field Officer when required

Note:

Female potential candidate(s) from Hazara division with Pashto language (speaking,listening/understanding) skill will be given preference.

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for Tes/Interview.

No TA/DA will be admissible to the shortlisted candidates(s) called for Test/Interview.

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