Gender Based Violence Case Manager - South
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Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted selection will be based on receiving funding.
“Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards within International Medical Corps and amongst beneficiaries served by International Medical Corps.”
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Compliance & Ethics: Promotes and encourages a culture of compliance and ethics throughout International Medical Corps. As applicable to the position, maintains a clear understanding of International Medical Corps’ and donor compliance and ethics standards and adheres to those standards. Conducts work with the highest level of integrity. Communicates these values to staff and to partners and requires them to adhere to these values.
The duties and responsibilities listed are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all inclusive.
The GBV department at IMC implements projects that aim to prevent and respond to GBV, in coordination with other departments to ensure that the best quality services are extended to beneficiaries. International Medical Corps is thriving toward the integration of the GBV prevention and response tools into all implemented activities in Lebanon.
The Case worker is responsible to identify GBV cases and conduct case management sessions.
1. Promote and introduce the International Medical Corps (IMC) integrated approach to GBV services to institutions, centers, PHCs and individuals.
2. Provide GBV case management and psychosocial support to vulnerable persons, particularly survivors of gender-based violence at the primary health clinics,
community centers and field levels. Case management services will include assessment of needs, development of an action plan for recovery, implementation of the action plan and ensuring appropriate follow up/revision and case closure when appropriate. The case management process should be implemented through the survivor-centered approach.
3. Work closely with different IMC departments to properly refer beneficiaries as needed.
4. Contribute to and regularly update service mapping of service providers within the area of intervention to ensure that the team is informed of all relevant and available services through identifying opportunities for coordination with different NGOs for future Cooperation.
5. Organize focus group discussions on relevant information when needed.
6. Conduct outreach and home visits and document it, in addition to handling urgent cases once needed and outside working hours.
7. Receive referrals, take action and provide feedback of actions taken in a timely manner to manager and other agencies when necessary.
8. Maintain accurate records, and beneficiaries’ files that are in line with GBVIMS standards, monitor the CM database, ad support the officer in case file audit procedure.
9. Prepare and submit reports in timely manner directly to GBV-Officer.
10. Attend IMC trainings when such trainings are planned and implemented in addition to meetings with Program manager and/or Officer once requested.
• The weekly database;
• The monthly intake forms, qualitative and quantitative reports;
• Other reports requested by the IMC GBV Officer.
Essential Experience: Previous experience working with GBV survivors, previous experience working in MHPSS is a plus.
Desirable Experience: Experience in working closely with community members throughout a program cycle.
Knowledge of, respect and empathy for the communities we are working with
Commitment to championing community and partner points of view
Good interpersonal and influencing skills
Very good listening and facilitation skills – capable of managing and facilitating group discussions with program participants, local officials, partners and all levels of staff
Desirable Competency: Experience in or understanding of program accountability principles
General specifications for all positions:
- Experience in working closely with community members throughout a program cycle
- Experience in or understanding of program accountability principles
- Knowledge of, respect and empathy for the communities we are working with
- Commitment to championing community and partner points of view
- Strong understanding of the project cycle and of M&E systems
- Good interpersonal and influencing skills
- Non-discriminatory and readiness to involve men, women, girls and boys from diverse backgrounds, particularly the most marginalized segments of the community
- Very good listening and facilitation skills – capable of managing and facilitating group discussions with program participants, local officials, partners and all levels of staff
- Ability to mobilize people – to develop and maintain relationships with staff and communities to ensure their participation in International Medical Corps ways of working
- South Lebanon
- Tyr (Sour)