Job Description
    This position is responsible for ensuring proper
and quality implementation of the Case management and other components of
the Child protection programme within education.
    S/he will need to coordinate with other education
staff, especially education and other relevant technical sectors, to ensure
a rapid, proportionate and effective response.
    S/he will need to ensure response to immediate
child protection issues with simultaneous consideration of longer term
needs and possible scenarios.
    Depending on the situation the specialist may need
to take a very active role in technical coordination, support and advocacy
with the country specific child protection sector and other stakeholders
and technical agencies relevant to the sector.
    Responsible for technical supervision and training
of all learning facilitators working with the UASC on child protection
    Ensure that the case workers administer the child
consent forms before children are registered
    Ensure the case management observation sheet for
every case worker under your supervision are filled in on a weekly basis as
a measurement on quality issues
    Work closely with learning facilitators and Make
referrals of the registered children in need of care and protection
    Ensure that children are followed up and receiving
proper case management through proper care plans.
    Ensure that cases are prepared for case
discussions/ case management meetings on a weekly basis
    Ensure that all activities under his/her
supervision are conducted so as to comply with the obligations of the IRC
beneficiaries, staff and other stakeholders under his/her jurisdiction, in
accordance system of quality supervision, including the CPiE minimum
standard and SPHERE standards.
Program implementation and development:
    Identify gaps in service provision to Internal
Displaced Children, with a special attention to UASC and proactively
referring and advocate for those gaps to relevant in coordination with the
team leader
    Together with the education team and learning
facilitators, ensure vulnerability of the identified and registered
children are responded to involvement of the community where appropriate
ensuring the best interest of the child.
    Establish/maintain a regular system of project
evaluation and progress monitoring, using both qualitative and quantitative
indicators, data collection, feeding into program adjustments and regular
reporting as well as advocacy and new programme development
    Undertake any other roles as may be assigned by the
    Coordinate with the CP sub sector (Coordination at
the field level) in order to assure that adequate and children centered
solutions are taken in consideration in the strategic planning of activities.
    Ensure the cases that are identified and registered
are captured correctly and shared with the M and E officer.
Professional Standards:
    All IRC staff are required to adhere to THE IRC Way
Standards for Professional Conduct and the IRC country employment policies.
    Technical diploma or degree in social work, human
rights, or related degree preferred
    Minimum of 1 year experience of implementing child
protection programs, preferable social work or case management, in
humanitarian or development settings
    Demonstrated understanding of working with children
and particularly vulnerable children
    Personal qualities: Team player, flexible,
network-builder, able to handle pressure well and work in cross-cultural
    Fluency in English and/or (other languages)
preferred or required.
Method of Application
Applicants should send their Applications addressed to
the “Senior Human Resource Manager IRC” via:

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