Lead the organization’s humanitarian efforts in the Protection sector with specific focus on Child Protection and Gender Based Violence in emergencies, from conception through implementation and onward to the transition phase, ensuring programming exceeds established quality criteria and technical standards.
Conduct CP and GBV sector needs assessments, provide technical guidance on appropriate emergency activities, and devise/review sector-specific response strategies for the acute and transitional phases of emergency operations in crisis-affected communities, including community engagement in CP and GBV prevention activities, CP and GBV Case Management, and Psychosocial support (SHLS approach for Child Protection) and coordination with all relevant Clusters.
Assess community infrastructure and service-provider capabilities, identify support needs, service gaps, and opportunities for partnership.
Assist with resource mobilization by designing, drafting, and reviewing concept notes and technical proposals for the protection, CP and GBV sectors as required.
Develop partnerships and ensure effective coordination with local service providers, international organizations and all relevant local government entities operating in these sectors.
Work with operations staff to ensure commodities are procured, handled, and managed properly, in accordance with the organization’s supply-chain management protocols.
Manage program budgets, as assigned, including routine expense forecasting and pipeline analysis.
Determine staffing needs for emergency programming, conduct recruitment in collaboration with management and home office technical staff, as necessary.
Manage field personnel supporting emergency programming