Protection Outreach Workers (Seven Districts of South Lebanon)

Seven Districts of South Lebanon

Full Time

  • Deadline for Applications: 14th August 2019
  • Job DESCRIPTION: Generic Duties:
    The Protection outreach worker position will respond to all the field protection related referrals and cases in the 7 districts of the South.
    The position’s responsibilities will comprise:
    - Multi-dimensional/Sectorial activities pertaining to needs in the Basic Assistance and protection sectors as identified by UNHCR.
    - Carrying out distributions and validations as directed and according to UNHCR standard operating procedures as well as Logistic works when needed.
    - Presence in UNHCR reception center to support UNHCR colleagues in the info dissemination.
    Specific Duties:
    - Work as mobile/outreach team to identify, register and analyze beneficiaries’ specifics needs taking record of the vulnerabilities (i.e. community mobilization, field assessments, data analysis, report writing, etc.);
    - Develop a community approach to ensure a confidence in UNHCR process and project.
    - Report on a regular basis to UNHCR field unit respecting the reporting lines and mechanism.
    - Refer all cases identified internally to the working team.
    - Refer all cases identified externally in case no appropriate and immediate response to needs could be given by SHEILD
    - Share with the other team members the cases located outside of your area of intervention.
    - Compile data and submit high quality structured reports with as per given schedule.
    - Knowledge of UNHCR protection principals is an asset.
    - Report and refer incidents and protection cases through UNHCR referral pathways.
    - Provide info sessions when needed.
  • Job Qualifications: Generic professional competencies: - Minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience. - Knowledge of UNHCR protection principals is an asset. - Strong organizational skills and able to coordinate and manage a diverse array of activities and stakeholders. - Good communication and interpersonal skills. - Excellent reporting skills. - Strong negotiation and mediation skills and ability to work independently. - Report writing skills and computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and Power point. - Knowledge of the NGO operations and the dynamics of the humanitarian sector is a plus. - A previous experience with SHEILD is a plus. - Having a driving license for more than 1 year is a must.