Position: GBV Case Worker
Project: Prevention, Risk Mitigation and Multisectoral Response to GBV
GBV Case Worker will be responsible to provide the day-to- day Management of all GBV cases and including the identification, documentation, developing case plans and follow up. Case management: Assessment of survivor needs, developing an action plan, implementing the pan, follow up and case closure processes in line with the GBV case management standard operating procedure and IASC guidelines on case management (SOP)
- Provide quality case Management service to target population of implementation
- GBV Case Worker will be responsible to provide the day-to- day Management of all GBV cases and including the identification, documentation, developing case plans and follow up.
- Case management: Assessment of survivor needs, developing an action plan, implementing the pan, follow up and case closure processes in line with the GBV case management standard operating procedure and IASC guidelines on case management (SOP).
- Ensures that Survivor Centred Approach Guiding principles is maintained and enforced while working with survivors including safe spaces, developing case plans and follow ups
- Support individuals or survivors by supporting referral to other service providers (Health, legal counselling, shelter, livelihoods or mental health etc.)
- GBV Case Worker will liaise directly with other service providers working within the camps communities where the project is implemented and facilitate referrals to other service providers (health including Mental health, Shelter, NFls and or legal providers, etc.
- Provide direct support and care for vulnerable for survivors including basic information counselling and case management.
- Ensure follow up and case closure processes in line with the GSBV case management standard operating procedure and IASC guidelines on case management (SOP).
- Provide direct age appropriate support and care to vulnerable persons and survivors that include basic counselling.
- Ensure Do No Harm principle of Do No Harm is observed and upheld in all the engagements
- Produce monthly data and regular narrative reports of cases managed in collaboration with line manager and the M&E Officer.
- Provide weekly case update to supervisor (SGBV/PSS Officers) including new cases identified, number of referrals, cases closed and follow ups.
- Submit intake forms, to M&E officers to ensure proper database of cases and analysis of reported cases.
- Ensure the principle of safety and confidentiality of beneficiaries’ data upheld.
- Participate in Bi-Weekly supervision meeting with SGBV/PSS Officers
- Maintain positive coordination and relationship with other partners at field level
- Supports PSS officer and project overall in case of any need arising.
- Provide input for weekly and staff activity reports
- Ensures that Survivor Centred Approach Guiding principles maintained and enforced in while working with survivors including in safe spaces for women and girls.
- Facilitate the setting up of information desk at the women and girls centre where adolescent and women of reproductive age can access Sexual Reproductive Health information.
- Contribute within the women and girls centre to the identification of at risk girls, boys and women and ensure proper documentation
- Support GBV at risk individuals or survivors by referring them when necessary and in respect of their consent to other service providers (Health, legal counselling, shelter, livelihoods or mental health etc.)
- Provide direct support and care for vulnerable women and girls (including survivors of gender-based violence) including basic information counselling and
- Provide direct age appropriate support and care to vulnerable adolescent and young women (including survivors of GBV that includes counselling and case management for under 18 years' survivors in line
- Ensure Do No Harm analysis are carried out and the humanitarian principles are adhered to.
Position: Community Liaison Officer
Locations: Monguno & Gwoza
Project: Explosive ordnance risk awareness rising and education, contamination assessment, and victim needs identification and referral for conflict-affected population in Northeast Nigeria
Job Purpose: This structure of COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICERS will allow all types of beneficiaries to be reached according to the cultural context of northeast Nigeria. The structure is, however, flexible to take into consideration the CL Officer’s ethnic ties to certain locations, qualifications, and competency. The teams will be deployed to IDP camps and host communities across Monguno and Gwoza to deliver EORE sessions to humanitarian workers, IDPs, returnees, host communities, service providers, and government officials among others. Depending on the community, where men and women will have different traditional occupations, the teams will plan sessions at different time of day to accommodate the greatest number of adult participants. To reduce the risk of COVID-19 from spreading, the team will focus on only 15 participants per EORE session.
- To ensure the extensive coverage of affected communities, our methodology is based on direct presentation and face-to-face activities, as these offer the maximum opportunity to engage with audiences.
- Respond to queries or questions, and give information about the nature of the risks and the best method to mitigate them.
- EORE for children is particularly engaging and participatory, with key messages emphasized through a variety of methods, including educational games and songs. Following the session, children will receive colouring books with pencils to sustain the impact of the messages conveyed during this session.
- For adults, RE sessions last between 45 minutes to an hour to have informative Q&A following the sessions.
- Fluency in English, Hausa and/or Kanuri plus any other local languages in northeast Nigeria an advantage.
- Good interpersonal skills to establish effective working relationships with all staff and key stakeholders externally.
- Able to communicate effectively at all levels within the organization, including relevant staff working for BOWDI.
- Computer literate especially micro soft work, excel database and power point. Knowledge of other software an advantage.
- Willingness and ability to take initiative not only in identifying problems but also in suggesting and implementing solutions.
- Willingness to stay and work in remote areas as required.
Salary and Benefits:
BOWDI shall pay a monthly gross salary of NGN 150,000.00
WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
Interested applicants should kindly apply using the below link: