Protection Officer – PO221
- Carry out Protection Risk Assessments at community level in partnership with other stakeholders, during the course of the project.
- Directly supervises the Community Feedback Mechanism (CFM) staff.
- Provide capacity building and training to CFM staff on protection related thematic areas such as child protection, GBV, protection mainstreaming and confidentiality of protection data.
- Provide capacity building and training to JDPH enumerators and community-based volunteers on the JDPH and WFP Code of Conduct and safeguarding principles.
- Ensure that the “Do no harm” and confidentiality principles, Staff Code of Conduct and Safe Guarding policies are respected by all project staff.
- Coordinate and develop activities for women friendly spaces
- Lead the Organization on awareness sessions and workshops on general protection
- Ensure the identification, management, referrals and follow-up of protection cases, with urgent needs.
- Develop appropriate Protection key massages and IEC materials, and ensure that they are disseminated among the communities.
- Disseminate relevant information regarding the rights of person of concern and services available in the area in other to enhance access to services and rights.
- Proactively seek to access people who have been missed out from assistance, such as marginalized communities’ new arrivals or household whose situation has suddenly deteriorated
- Ensure protection is mainstreamed in JDPH/WFP programs at the field and work places.
- Support and contribute to the field assessment, data collection and storage in a data base, report writing and share community feedback and concerns.
- Report immediately any protection breach during the implementation of activities to management.
- Represent JDPH at protection coordination meetings, both at the WFP and regional entities.
- Coordinate and supervise facilitators during session of women friendly spaces.
- Ensure to carry out any other duties that will be assigned by the Project Coordinator.