- Salary Offer Based on NRC salary scale
- Experience 3-5
- Number of Vacancies 4
- Contract Duration 3 Months
- Contract Type Fixed-Term
- Required Languages Pashto, Dari, English
- Reference AWLSCC-HRM-21-97
- Gender Male/Female
- Nationality Afghan
- Extension Possibility Yes
- Probation Period 3 Months
- Close Date January 10, 2022
- Education University Degree in Social Science, BBA
About Afghan Winner Logistics Services, Construction, Consultancy:
Afghan Winner Logistics, Services, Construction, Consultancy (AWLSCC) is an Afghanistan-based company offering specialized administrative support functions to the Government Institutions, UN Agencies, and International Aid Organizations in the fields of Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Procurement & Logistics, Software Development, Construction, and Capacity Building.
The company started operations in Afghanistan in 2010, upon registration with Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA), the leading agency permitting national and international firms to retain funds from donors against the provision of specialized services in Afghanistan. The company offered a wide range of services in various fields of competencies to a number of clients in the Government, International Aid Agencies, INGOs.
Afghan Winner is committed to make every effort for excellence at all levels to ensure reliable, timely, efficient and cost-effective services to the clients. Afghan Winner take pride in its reputation as a reliable supplier in the markets by the virtue of providing quality services to its clients. Satisfaction is our Core Value by Provision of the Best Services.
The CP case worker will be responsible for providing social services ensuring in line with key child protection principles including best interests of the child, confidentiality, do no harm, and child participation.
The case worker will work closely with children-at-risk children, children at high risk of harm. Abuse violence providing case management services in line with Afghanistan’s Case management Standard Operating procedures,
Identify cases at risk children at, and/or children at high risk of harm abuse, violence, neglect and exploitation;
Provide case management services in line with the National Standard Operating Procedures for case management;
Conduct proper assessment of protection cases of at-risk children as well as outreach to assess and provide support to the child during house visits, consistently conduct outreach and follow up on the cases till it closed.
The caseworker will be independent, responsible for ensuring case actions plans and relevant administrative forms that facilitate accountability & planning are updated on a daily and weekly basis;
The caseworker will commit to maintaining excellent documentation of case management files in line with the National Sop’
The caseworker will assume full responsibility to assess the level of risk that a child is exposed to, and immediately report any cases that could evolve into high risk cases to the direct line Manager (Senior Case management Officer,)
Be proactive in identifying opportunities to better support children through facilitating processes, systems etc.
Under the guidance of UNICEF zonal offices and in coordination of line departments, the provincial child protection social worker will be responsible to:
Monitor and identify the child protection cases with close coordination with the communities in the areas of responsibility.
Support the Child protection officers and extenders in identifying children on the move, mapping services for children, support in the developing and updating referral pathways for children in the province.
Undertake the Case Management task in child protection cases
Assist the most vulnerable UASC based on selected criteria and decision of case management committee
Follow up with CPANs on children reunified in the community.
Conduction of post reunification follow up for each case for at least for 6 months through CPANs and filing feedbacks in individual case file.
Participate in monthly provincial CPAN meetings
Using the standard tools/forms for child protection studies and reporting and reporting all child rights violations timely and appropriately.
Carry out any other tasks given by UNICEF Child Protection Officers
Qualifications or specialized knowledge/experience required for the assignment:
Commitment to serving children, do no harm and best interests principles;
A strong believer in children being agents of change in their communities;
Comfortable working on the street and at night (on a rotational basis);
Education: At least Bachelor’s Degree in any social science or Technical diploma or degree in psychology, social work, human rights, or related degree preferred
Work Experience: At least one year progressively experience in the child protection field with National or International NGOs or minimum of 2 years experience of implementing child protection programs, preferable social work or case management, in humanitarian or development settings.
Communication Skills: Ability to communicate well in English, Dari, and Pashto or has interpersonal communication skills at the community level.
Computer Skills: Familiarity in Excel and Word Applications are preferred.
Understanding of Children on the Move programming is an added advantage.
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 a cross-cultural setting.
Fluency in written and spoken Arabic, English speaking is a plus
A staunch advocate of child protection and child rights;
Only qualified individuals are invited to submit applications electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, before 10th January 2020, 16:00 hrs Local Time. Applications will be rejected after the closing time.
Your CV will not be considered if you don’t mention in Subject Line Title/ Vacancy number and the province you are applying for this position.