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Vacancy Announcement 1 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA (Young Power in Social Action) <www.ypsa.org> is an organization for sustainable development working in greater Chittagong division including Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) since 1985 (International Youth Year). YPSA is going to implement a project at Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazila in Rohingya Community under Cox’s Bazar titled “Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Women’s Protection & Empowerment Manager

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 01 (only Female)

Highlights of Key Responsibilities

  • Work for women’s protection and empowerment through awareness raising, building of self-confidence, expansion of choices, increased access to and control over resources and actions to transform the structures and institution which reinforce and perpetuate gender discrimination and inequality.
  • Through relationships and communication with persons of concern, authorities and network of agencies including government, UN bodies, I/NGOs and other stakeholders stay abreast of political, social, economic and cultural developments that have an impact on the protection environment and provide information, innovative ideas, recommendations and advice to the senior management and extend cooperation to the project/program team(s) to address protection related issues.
  • Ensure that the perspectives, capacities, needs and resources of the persons of concerns are reflected in the organizational/sectoral protection strategy, planning processes and operations plan addressing the specific protection needs of women and men, children, youth and older persons, persons with disabilities, minority groups such as persons with disabilities, sexual minorities and persons living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Coordinate the implementation and monitoring of programmes ensuring that identified protection needs are adequately addressed.
  • Represent organization in different platforms to do advocacy for women’s protection and empowerment, gender equality and gender mainstreaming in all sphere of lives.
  • Contribute to the organizational Protection team’s information management component which: provide disaggregated data on populations of concern and their problems; researches, collects and disseminates relevant protection information and good practices to enhance protection delivery and provide technical advice if necessary.
  • Ensure through direct action and advocacy with more senior protection staff that the necessary resources are allocated to enable protection activities to identify and address protection and assistance gaps.

Educational Qualifications:

  • Master Degree in any discipline preferably Psychology/ Gender or Women’s Studies/ Social Work/Social Science, International Relation, Management, Communication and Journalism or other relevant subject

Experience Requirement:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience needed in the field of Women’s Protection, Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in advocacy, networking and policy development
  • Experience in implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups – highly desirable

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities :

  • Candidate must be able to demonstrate a clear and genuine willingness to work women and girl’s protection and empowerment – essential
  • Deep understanding of and interest in the well-being of women and girls, and supporting their healing after the experience of violence
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Ability to keep records and write simple and basic reports of activities would be an added advantage;
  • Excellent listening and observation skills, including ability to build trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Demonstrated dedications to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work in women’s group, girls’ clubs or other relevant experience is an added advantage
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect in CWC/IWC at all times is essential Communication deliberately with the wider groups/sector
  • Knowledge of laws relevant to women’s protection
  • Field experience
  • Commitment to help persons of concern and willingness to cooperate with counterparts
  • Good analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills in a multi-cultural setting
  • Experience of working with persons of concern desirable
  • Ability to live and work in the difficult and harsh conditions of developing countries is essential.

Language Preference:

  • Language spoken by population in need – essential
  • Good working knowledge of English –essential
  • Chittagongian/Rohingya dialect – preferable, not essential

Monthly consolidated Salary: 127,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf in Rohingya community under Cox’s Bazar

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

YPSA HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday

Vacancy Announcement 2 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Project Coordinator

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 01 (only Female)

Job responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all programs (from support work with women and girls to community outreach and engagement) adheres to a women-, girl- and survivor-centered and feminist approach and that staff are supported to build and strengthen their practice in this area;
  • Along with partner organization staff, represent the organization in GBV related coordination meetings;
  • Support partner in developing detailed implementation, outreach and coordination plans;
  • Provide direct capacity building support to partner staff to develop their skills, competencies and practice in: WPE and GBV/VAWG guiding principles; survivor-centered support; PFA for women and girls; safe, appropriate and confidential referrals; risk reduction and mitigation; provision of information; service mapping and basic quality assessment, community outreach and engagement; and other areas as identified;
  • Working with the Women & Girls Support Workers, ensure GBV and WPE training and mentoring is provided to health facility staffs and health facility community outreach teams on available services and safe, appropriate and confidential referrals, survivor-centered support and other relevant aspects of GBV and WPE practice;
  • Ensure that ethical and sound data collection and information management is implemented for appropriate data analysis, planning, evaluation, and advocacy; working closely with the Women’s Protection & Empowerment Manager and the MEAL Officer.
  • Ensure coordination between partner GBV programs and IRC programs.

Staff Supervision & Development:

  • Directly supervise the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager;
  • Maintain open, supportive, and professional relationships with all the project team members, YPSA and IRC representatives, promoting a strong team spirit and providing management support and guidance to enable staff to successfully perform their roles;
  • Convening the team on a regular basis to review programming, progress, successes and challenges and make timely adjustments to the activities; and reporting back to the Women’s Protection & Empowerment Manager;
  • Ensure timely completion and submission of monthly timesheets, probation reviews, appraisals and annual performance reviews; and provide regular constructive feedback to develop their practice;
  • Assist with the recruitment of WPE staff;
  • Ensure regular communication and close collaboration with the Women’s Protection & Empowerment Manager.

Monitoring, Reporting, Budget Management:

  • Monitor and consolidate information collected from weekly/monthly and staff activity reports; and actively work with the project team to ensure accurate data and information;
  • Monitor budget spending in line with the spending plans for your sites of operation, work with supervisor in developing remedial plans where necessary to ensure budgets are optimally utilized;
  • Support implementation and ensure adherence to grant work plans, spending plans and monitoring and evaluation plans;
  • Where requested by the supervisor, contribute in writing high-quality and timely IRC and donor reports on activities, indicators and achievements with partner staff;

Other Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain open and professional relations with all the project team members, promoting a strong & respectful team spirit, ensuring effective communication, and opportunities for debriefing;
  • Consistently and dedicatedly monitor/assess the safety and security of the team, promptly reporting concerns or incidents to YPSA management and liaising with other external parties as required to maintain/enhance the security environment;
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor to enable and develop YPSA programs.

Experience (Including sector/industry):

  • Proven experience in GBV programs for women and girls is essential; and experience in SRH is highly preferred;
  • Experience in program/project management;
  • At least 5 year(s) relevant experience.
  • Experience in directly supporting women and girl who are survivors of male violence;
  • Practical experience in successfully leading, building and strengthening a program team of 3 + staff in a dynamic, challenging and changing context;
  • Demonstrated experience in supervising, mentoring and building capacity of staff;
  • Practical experience in facilitating practical workshops and learning on these issues outlined in the areas of responsibility for this position.

Knowledge, Skills & Competences:

  • Deep understanding of the impact and dynamics of male violence against women and girls, and solid grounding in feminist, women and girl-centered, anti-oppressive practice;
  • Demonstrated coordination and relationship building skills with partners;
  • Strong ability to respect differences of culture, opinion and lived experiences while upholding rights-based principles and women’s protection and empowerment;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, positive and professional attitude, ability to lead and work well in a team setting and with multiple partners;
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity;
  • Fluency in English Language is essential.

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ studies, social work, social sciences, human rights, management, humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work;

Monthly consolidated Salary: 80,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknfa in Rohingya community under Cox’s Bazar

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

YPSA HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday

Vacancy Announcement 3 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 03 (only Female)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women-, girl- and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the IRC mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions case workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the WPE team and partner staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the WPE Manager

Implementation:

  • Work closely with WPE staff to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the GVB Prevention Officer
  • Ensure quality referrals between the MMT Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency GVB Prevention Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV according to the internal MMT referral procedures

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. M&E Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the WPE Manager
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Protection Emergency Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the IRC WPE team in camp-based coordination forums, giving updates on WPE activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Experience:

  • At least 2-3 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable, not essential.
  • Experience in implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups – highly desirable

Deliverables

  • Technical support to WPE team
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation

Language Preference

  • Language spoken by population in need – essential
  • Good working knowledge of English –essential
  • Chittagongian/Rohingya dialect – preferable, not essential

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity
  • Familiarity with principles of monitoring and evaluation. Experience in writing brief narrative reports
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel

Educational Qualification

  • Master Degree in any discipline preferably Psychology/ Gender or Women’s Studies/ Social Work/Social Science or other relevant subject

Monthly consolidated Salary: 50,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday.

Vacancy Announcement 4 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Finance and Admin Officer

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 01

Job Responsibilities:

  • The account officer will provide all financial support timely to finish all approved programmatic activities.
  • Keep all financial documents and maintain financial procedure.
  • Maintain Case book, leaser Book and others all files as per donor & organizational financial guideline.
  • Prepare the Financial Report and submit to the Program Manager & YPSA management and donor timely as well.
  • Keep all bills & vouchers as per financial guideline and donor requirement.
  • Assist the project related administrative activities to be completed on time.
  • Prepare requisition, report and others related documents.
  • Accomplish activities assigned by the senior management &Donor.

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Sound knowledge about accounts keeping
  • Budget analysis and control
  • Financial report writing
  • Procurement process
  • Liaison with bank and Finance Department

Experience:

  • At least 2 year(s) with relevant experience.

Language Preference

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters in Accounting, CA (cc) Preferable

Monthly consolidated Salary: 50,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf in Rohingya community under Cox’s Bazar

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Vacancy Announcement 5 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: MEAL Officer

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 01 (only Female)

Job Responsibilities:

Reporting

  • Input into 4Ws, Activity Info, and any other tools/templates to report to the working groups and other coordinating bodies
  • Contribute data on indicators into proposals and reports to donors
  • Consolidate data from multiple tools, sectors, donors into one centralized database
  • Generate reports for Sr. Management, flagging under-performing indicators or program quality issues
  • Generate internal reports, including a narrative and charts/graphs, to display feedback from all mechanisms while working closely with the project team

Data Collection and Program Quality

  • Work with supporting organization, Project Coordinator, mangers and facility in-charge to develop surveys, tools, templates to support data collection (paper-based tools and mobile data collection tools)
  • Ensure that program staff are collecting and reporting on the required/all indicators in a timely manner (according to the M&E framework)
  • Lead focus group discussions, as needed and as appropriate, with service providers, beneficiaries, and others.
  • Carry out site visits to program activities to ensure that data collection tools are being used correctly.
  • Ensuring the project staff are recording and capturing feedback data in a timely manner and are using the collection tools appropriately.

Training

  • Train and supervise contract data enumerators, data entry clerks, or surveyors, as needed.
  • Provide MEAL orientations and training to non-M&E staff on data collection tools, MEAL basics, and mobile data collection tools (tablets and phones).

Administrative tasks

  • Translation of tools, surveys, and other documents to/from English and Bangla
  • Data entry

Experience:

  • 2 Years’ experience in relevant field.

Language Efficiency:

  • People who have knowledge in Chittagogian language will get preference.

Knowledge, Skills & Competences:

  • Written and spoken fluency in Bangla, Chittagong and English
  • Advanced Excel and Microsoft Word abilities
  • Experience with or interest in mobile data collection (Kobo, Compare, ODK)
  • Attention to detail
  • Experienced in data management software will be highly appreciated.

Educational Qualification:

  • Master Degree in Preferable- Statistics/ Social Science

Monthly consolidated Salary: 55,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya in Rohingya community under Cox’s Bazar.

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Vacancy Announcement 6 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Adolescent Officer

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 03 (only Female)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women-, girl- and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions case workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the WPE team and partner staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager

 Implementation:

  • Work closely with WPE staff and partner staff to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager
  • Ensure quality referrals between the MMT Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency WPE Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV according to the internal MMT referral procedures

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. M&E Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Protection Emergency Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the YPSA WPE team in camp-based coordination forums, giving updates on WPE activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Deliverables

  • Technical support to WPE team and partner staff
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation

Experience

  • At least 2-3 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable, not essential.

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Education in women’ studies, social work, social sciences, other relevant field or work experience
  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity
  • Familiarity with principles of monitoring and evaluation. Experience in writing brief narrative reports
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Good working knowledge of language spoken by population in need, plus English language

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ studies, social work, social sciences, human rights, management, humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work;

Language Preference

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Monthly consolidated Salary: 40,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar.

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Vacancy Announcement 7 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: GBV Prevention Officer

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 03 (only Female)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women-, girl- and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions case workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the WPE team and partner staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager

Implementation:

  • Work closely with WPE staff and partner staff to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager
  • Ensure quality referrals between the MMT Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency WPE Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV according to the internal MMT referral procedures

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. M&E Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Senior Officer/IWC Supervisor/IWC Manager
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Protection Emergency Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the YPSA WPE team in camp-based coordination forums, giving updates on WPE activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Deliverables

  • Technical support to WPE team and partner staff
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation

Experience

  • At least 2-3 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable, not essential.

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Education in women’ studies, social work, social sciences, other relevant field or work experience
  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity
  • Familiarity with principles of monitoring and evaluation. Experience in writing brief narrative reports
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel

Language Preference:

  • Good working knowledge of language spoken by population in need, plus English language
  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ studies, social work, social sciences, human rights, management, humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work;

Monthly consolidated Salary: 40,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday.

Vacancy Announcement 8 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

Project title:Integrated SRH and SGBV service delivery for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: IWC Assistant

Duration: 1st July 2021 to 31st December 2021 (Possibility for extension)

No. of vacancy: 03 (only Female)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Work with women and girls in the WSS to identify their needs, interests and priorities, and where possible, adapt activities according to these to ensure activities offered are culturally appropriate and meet their needs
  • Conduct, prepare, and help plan and organize activities with women and adolescent girls
  • Provide Psychosocial First Aid
  • Assist with dignity kit distributions and appropriate messaging and feedback from adolescent girls on dignity kits and other discretionary items provided
  • Adhere to and promote GBV guiding principles.
  • Know and understand the GBV referral pathway
  • Share with the women and girls, what options for care are available, including what services can be provided and what services cannot

Other Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain positive coordination and relationships with the project team and other sector staff
  • Ensure supplies/resources for women centers and other program activities are requested on a timely manner and are efficiently utilized
  • Track participation numbers of women and girls attending SSWG activities

Deliverables

  • Assist in the planning and implementation of activities for women and girls center services and activities
  • Assist in the development of work plans, activity scheduling, and other project administration as required
  • Support implementation of referral pathways

Experience

  • Minimum 1 year of professional experience in implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable but not essential

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Ability to keep records and write simple and basic reports of activities would be an added advantage
  • Excellent listening and observation skills, including ability to build trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Demonstrated dedication towards women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work in women’s group, girls clubs or other relevant experience
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect in WSS at all times is essential

Language Preference

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in any subject, and /or professional experience in counselling

Monthly consolidated Salary: 20,000/-

Job location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar.

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday.

Vacancy Announcement 9 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA (Young Power in Social Action) <www.ypsa.org> is an organization for sustainable development working in greater Chittagong division including Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) since 1985 (International Youth Year). YPSA is going to implement a project at Ramu Upazila under Cox’s Bazar titled “Addressing host-community’s emergency needs of Health, WASH, and Protection due to COVID-19 in underserved areas of Cox’s Bazar”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Project Officer (Health)

No. of Vacancy: 2 (Female)

Monthly Salary: BDT: 49,116/-

Job Duration: 6 Months (01 July’21 to 31 December’21)

Job Location: Ramu upazilla

Job Responsibilities:

  • Strong communication with Upazila Health Complex, Community Clinic and others Health Service Center to ensuring Health service of survivors
  • Strong communication and coordination with Health Service Provider (Govt and NGOs) to ensuring Health service for survivors
  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women-, girl- and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Provide continuous technical support to project staff on Health Management for vulnerable women and girls
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the Health Management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management.

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the community mobilizer (health) as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions community mobilizer (health) in particular to gain learning and feedback from the health team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the health team and project staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Project Coordinator/Upazila Manager

Implementation:

  • Work closely with health staff to design activities that prevention to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with health staff giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the health staff in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the health service center principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal health referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Project Coordinator/Upazila Manager
  • Ensure quality referrals between the health team, Emergency Health Service confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of health according to the internal referral procedures

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. MEAL Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to health referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Emergency Health Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the YPSA Health team in host committee coordination forums, giving updates on Health activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Deliverables:

  • Technical support to Health team and partner staff
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation
  • Sessions with adolescent group on ASRH
  • Parents/Caregiver Meeting on ARHR
  • Orientation to CSO members on SRH of adolescents
  • Meeting with local government officials at Upazila and district level (upazila health and family planning officer (UH&FPO), upazila family planning officer, Civil surgeon and Deputy Director of Family Planning, FWV, SACMO, CHCP) on referrals
  • Establish of Adolescent Friendly Health Service Corner
  • Monthly meeting with CG and UH&FWC committee members

Experience:

  • At least 4-5 years of experience needed in the field of public health Service.
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing health activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights 

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 

  • 3-5 years’ management experience in public health service
  • Excellent command of spoken and Written in English
  • Comfortable with different working and program needs in health service as well as development environments.
  • Diplomacy skills is required given the need for a strong focus on meetings and relationship building with local government, multilateral organizations, donors, and other NGOs.
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.
  • Ability to work with a reasonable level of comfort in high tension and high security risk situations
  • Strong knowledge on negotiation and persuasion skills in seeking funding commitments from donors, special arrangements and concessions from local governments
  • Ability to adjust to harsh living conditions.
  • Values Diversity and is committed to people capacity growth
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting and be a good manager
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others

 Language Preference:

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Public Health, Community Development, Women’ Studies, Social work, Social Sciences, Human Rights, Management, Humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work.

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

Note: Emergency 02334470996 from 10 am to 5 pm excluding govt. holiday.

Vacancy Announcement 10 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA is going to implement a project at Ramu Upazila under Cox’s Bazar titled “Addressing host-community’s emergency needs of Health, WASH, and Protection due to COVID-19 in underserved areas of Cox’s Bazar”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Project Officer (Prevention)

No. of Vacancy: 5 (Female)

Monthly Salary: BDT: 34,381/-

Job Duration: 6 Months (01 July’21-31 Dec’21)

Job location: Ramu Upazilla

Job Responsibilities:

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women, girl and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case management supervisor, workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions with GBV Case Management Supervisor and Case Workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the WPE team and partner staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/Project Officer (Health)/MEAL Officer/GBV Case Management Supervisor.

Implementation:

  • Awareness development of different groups and community people to increases community engagement
  • Rapport buildup with different service providers and local government at UP and Upazila level
  • Work closely with WPE staff and partner staff to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Project Coordinator/Upazila Manager/ Project Officer (Health)/ GBV Case Management Supervisor.
  • Ensure quality referrals between the Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency WPE Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV.

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. MEAL Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/ GBV Case Management Supervisor
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Protection Emergency Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the YPSA WPE team in camp-based coordination forums, giving updates on WPE activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Deliverables:

  • Technical support to WPE team and project staff
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation

Experience:

  • At least 2-3 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Education in women’ studies, social work, social sciences, other relevant field or work experience
  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity
  • Experience in writing brief narrative reports
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Good working knowledge of language spoken by population in need, plus English language

Language Preference:

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ Studies, Social Work, Social Sciences, Human Rights, Management, Humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

Vacancy Announcement 11 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA is going to implement a project at Ramu Upazila under Cox’s Bazar titled “Addressing host-community’s emergency needs of Health, WASH, and Protection due to COVID-19 in underserved areas of Cox’s Bazar”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Community Mobilizer (Health)

No. of Vacancy:  20 (All Female)

Monthly Salary:  17,682/-

Job Duration:  5 Months (01 August’21 to 31 December’21)

Job location: Ramu Upazilla

Job Responsibilities:

  • Work with women and girls in the WGSS to identify their needs, interests and priorities, and where possible, adapt activities according to these to ensure activities offered are culturally appropriate and meet their needs
  • Conduct, prepare, and help plan and organize activities with women and adolescent girl’s groups
  • Provide Health Support Service
  • Assist with dignity kit distributions and appropriate messaging and feedback from adolescent girls on dignity kits and other discretionary items provided
  • Adhere to and promote Health guiding principles.
  • Know and understand the Health referral pathway
  • Share with the women and girls, what options for care are available, including what services can be provided and what services cannot.

Other Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain positive coordination and relationships with the project team and other sector staff
  • Ensure supplies/resources for WGSS and other program activities are requested on a timely manner and are efficiently utilized
  • Track participation numbers of women and girls attending WGSS activities

Deliverables

  • Adolescents Groups Formation at Community level
  • Parents Groups Formation at Community level
  • Sessions conduct with adolescent group on ASRH
  • Parents/Caregiver Meeting/Session conduct on ARHR
  • Provided orientation to CSO members on SRH of adolescents
  • Organized monthly meeting with family and child violence committee members
  • Assist to conduct meeting with local government officials at Union Parishod and Upazila level (upazila health and family planning officer (UH&FPO), upazila family planning officer, Civil surgeon and Deputy Director of Family Planning, FWV, SACMO, CHCP) on referrals
  • Assist to establish of Adolescent Friendly Health Service Corner
  • Assist in the planning and implementation of activities for WGSS Center and activities
  • Assist in the development of work plans, activity scheduling, and other project administration as required
  • Support implementation of health service and prepared referral pathways

Experience

  • Minimum 1-2 year of professional experience in implementing health activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable but not essential

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Ability to keep records and write simple and basic reports of activities would be an added advantage
  • Excellent listening and observation skills, including ability to build trust, health support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Demonstrated dedication towards women’s empowerment and protection through Women’s group, Girls clubs or other relevant experience
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect in WGSS at all times is essential

Language Preference

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in any subject, and /or professional experience in health counselling

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

Vacancy Announcement 12 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA is going to implement a project at Chakaria Upazila under Cox’s Bazar titled “Health, protection, and cash assistance for refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: Project Officer (Prevention)

No. of Vacancy: 5 (Female)

Monthly Salary: 35,000/-

Job location: Chakaria upazilla

Job Duration:  01 July, 2021 to 31 March, 2023

Job Responsibilities:

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women, girl and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Supervise and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case management supervisor, workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions with GBV Case Management Supervisor and Case Workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the WPE team and partner staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/ Project Officer (Health)/ MEAL Officer/GBV Case Management Supervisor.

Implementation:

  • Awareness development of different groups and community people to increases community engagement
  • Rapport buildup with different service providers and local government at UP and Upazila level
  • Work closely with WPE staff and partner staff to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Prepare and maintain/update detailed work plan(s) that support and achieve activities
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Project Coordinator/Upazila Manager/ Project Officer (Health)/ GBV Case Management Supervisor.
  • Ensure quality referrals between the Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency WPE Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV.

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff (i.e. MEAL Officer)
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission
  • Ensure that all relevant financial, supply chain, human resources and other administrative documentation is accurately completed and submitted

Coordination & Representation:

  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/ GBV Case Management Supervisor
  • Maintain effective working relationships with relevant partners including community-based protection mechanisms and other service providers (in particular the Protection Emergency Response Units) to work collaboratively for a quality survivor-centered response
  • Represent the YPSA WPE team in camp-based coordination forums, giving updates on WPE activities, wider guidance on survivor-centered approaches and advocating for the safety and well-being needs of women and girls in the response

Deliverables:

  • Technical support to WPE team and project staff
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation
  • Provide Support Case Management Services
  • Provide survivors center GBV case management services for women and girls
  • Knowledge sharing with service provider coordination meeting on GBV
  • Support to Refer of GBV survivor
  • Emergency need based support to survivors
  • Implement Girl Shine and Develop Community Volunteer
  • Conduct life skill sessions with adolescent girls and caregivers
  • Conduct baseline and end line survey for Girl Shine
  • Assist to Implement SASA! Together
  • Assist to train community volunteers on SASA!
  • Assist to train community activists on SASA!
  • Assist to hold monthly dialogue sessions with community leaders on SASA!
  • Assist to implement EMAP
  • Assist to train community volunteers on EMAP
  • Time to time assist conduct meeting with community leaders on EMAP
  • Time to time assist to conduct EMAP Sessions with male and female groups
  • Assist and implementation of community outreach sessions
  • Prepared material on GBV service availability, GBV risk mitigation, COVID awareness etc.
  • Sensitize community through day observation

Experience:

  • At least 3-4 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable

Competencies (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities)

  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Strengths in listening, empathy, flexibility, and creativity
  • Experience in writing brief narrative reports
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Good working knowledge of language spoken by population in need, plus English language

Language Preference

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ Studies, Social Work, Social Sciences, Human Rights, Management, Humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work
  • Highly experience person’s education qualification may be flexible

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

Vacancy Announcement 13 (Last date of submission 26-06-2021 )

YPSA is going to implement a project at Chakaria Upazila under Cox’s Bazar titled “Health, protection, and cash assistance for refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar”. The project is supported by International Rescue Committee (IRC).

Job Title: GBV Case Management Supervisor

No. of Vacancy: 1 (Female)

Monthly Salary: 25,000/-

Job Duration: 21 Months (01 July, 2021 to 31 March, 2023)

Job location: Chakaria upazilla

Job Responsibilities

  • Technical Quality Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women, girl and survivor centered support
  • Ensure support for prevention of women and adolescent girls, including psychological first aid (PFA), safe referrals and information sharing, adheres to best-practice principles when working with women and girl survivors of GBV
  • Align with internal and inter-agency Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policies and procedures, reporting SEA through the specified mechanisms
  • Oversee the use of the case management system across the organization.
  • Extract, analyze, and manipulate data from the case management system for the purpose of presenting it to senior management
  • Provide continuous technical support to partner staff on case management for vulnerable women and girls.

Staff Supervision and Development:

  • Directly supervise, and provide ongoing mentoring and support to the case workers as they provide services to women and girls. This will include: survivor-centered PFA, Referrals, information sharing on services and support, service mapping and service quality audits when not deployed to an emergency to ensure accurate information.
  • Hold daily planning and debriefing sessions with GBV Case Management Supervisor and Case Workers in particular to gain learning and feedback from the WPE team.
  • Mentor and support staff professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming
  • Identify training needs for the Case Workers and project staff and support the organization and facilitation of training to meet those needs, in collaboration with the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/Project Officer (Health)/MEAL Officer

Implementation:

  • Awareness development of different groups and community people to increases community engagement
  • Rapport buildup with different service providers and local government at UP and Upazila level
  • Work closely with Case Workers to design activities that respond to needs and priorities identified by women and adolescent girls
  • Develop and support the implementation of service mapping and service quality audits
  • Conduct regular field visits to support the implementation of activities with WPE case workers giving supportive feedback and guidance as part of the mentoring process
  • Give guidance to the case workers in making safe, confidential and timely referrals to services in line with the survivor-centered principles
  • Ensure the whole team is adhering the formal GBV referral pathways and are providing feedback to you on the functioning of this for action and forwarding to the Project Coordinator/Upazila Manager/ Project Officer (Health)/ GBV Case Management Supervisor.
  • Ensure quality referrals between the Health team, Emergency Child Protection and Emergency WPE Officers for the coordinated, confidential and safe support to women and girl survivors of GBV.

Monitoring, Reporting & Administrative Support:

  • Ensure that all data collection from Case Workers (paper and electronic) reporting tools are used accurately on every day, and are then provided on schedule to relevant staff
  • Monitor daily/weekly data collection to ensure that the data is managed in safe and ethical ways
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly work plans in a timely manner, and incorporate supervisor feedback to the case workers as requested
  • Compile weekly data and narrative activity report for submission to sector management 

Coordination & Representation:

  • Reinforce adherence to the GBV guiding principles and women-, girl- and survivor centered support throughout all activities in the women and girl’s safe spaces.
  • Adhere to the GBV Case Worker survivor centered support approach, the GBV guiding principles and the GBV Case Management Guidelines throughout all GBV case management and psychosocial interventions for women and girls. This includes ensuring confidentiality of survivors, and respect for their wishes and decisions.
  • Provide support to Case Workers ensuring age-appropriate case management, including: assessment of women and adolescent girl’s needs; provide basic, crisis counseling safety strategizing and risk assessing
  • Ensure to provide services to child and adolescent survivors of GBV, including case management as well as the best interest determination, age appropriate engagement and decision-making by survivors, and Do No Harm analysis
  • Work with the Case Workers to ensure response to the evolving needs of women and girls and their communities.
  • Assist to Case Workers to maintaining detailed and confidential case files in line with recognized standard methodologies
  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols by all relevant organizations and agencies; report up to the Project Coordinator/ Upazila Manager/ GBV Case Management Supervisor

Deliverables:

  • Technical support to WPE team and project staff
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Staff supervision and development
  • Coordination and representation

Experience:

  • At least 2-3 years of experience needed in the field of Gender and/or GBV
  • Professional experience in counselling and implementing activities for women and girls or proven engagement in women’s rights/groups is desirable

Competencies: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Experience in GBV with a specific focus in supporting women and girl survivors of male violence
  • Experience in supervising GBV staff – highly desirable
  • Understanding of the impact and dynamics of men’s violence against women and girls, and a strong interest in working on women and girls’ protection and empowerment
  • Demonstrated commitment to women’s empowerment and protection through current/ previous volunteer or paid work
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for clients all times is essential
  • Experience facilitating trainings and workshops and mentoring others
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
  • Excellent communication and observation skills, including ability to create trust, support, respect and interact with survivors of all ages, background and diversity
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Good working knowledge of language spoken by population in need, plus English language

Language Preference:

  • People who are familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference

Educational Qualification:

  • Masters preferably in Women’ Studies, Social Work, Social Sciences, Human Rights, Management, Humanities, or other relevant area or the equivalent in professional work
  • Highly experience person’s education qualification may be flexible

If you are interested and competent for the this position, having required qualification and experience, please download CV format from this link  and submit your C.V. to <cv.ypsa.hrmd@gmail.com> on or before 26/06/2021.

YPSA is an equal opportunity employer and sensitivity for child protection and gender. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Any persuasion or lobby will be treated as disqualification for an applicant. The smokers are discouraged to apply for the position.

YPSA HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

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