Case Management (CM) Advisor – Cox’s Bazar Support Programme
(Based at Cox’s Bazar)
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Plan has been working in Cox Bazar to respond to the Rohingya refugee influx since 24 September 2017 implementing the following key objectives: 1. Ensure girls and boys affected by the crisis are protected from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation through appropriate prevention and response interventions in line with minimum standards. 2. Reduce the transmission of disease from feces to mouth through the promotion of good hygiene practice and the reduction of health risks related to poor sanitation 3. Restore and increase access to safe quality and inclusive educational opportunities for refugee children and adolescents (girls and boys) affected by the Rohingya crisis.
Plan is cognizant that its response should builds strong links to the existing programmes in Bangladesh and build’s on Plan’s experience of 1st phase refugee responses.
The Case Management Advisor works as part of Plan Bangladesh Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) Quality team under direct line management and technical guidance from CPiE Lead. Primary objectives of the case management advisor will be
- Ensuring quality in the timely and effective delivery of Plan’s child protection case management activities in the assigned locations and ensuring activities comply with technical standards. The Case Management Advisor will line manage one child protection specialist and provide technical supervision to teams of case management officers from different projects and will play a key role in capacity building and mentoring of case management staff, partner staff and community volunteers on case management standards, tools, approaches and communicating effectively with affected populations,
- Providing technical guidance and coordination to Case Management Task Force within the overall Child Protection Sub-Sector Working Group (CPSS) for the response to Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals crisis in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, and
- Co-chairing the Case Management Task Force at Cox’s Bazar level on behalf of Plan International Bangladesh and the Child Protection Sub-sector Working Group to ensure all Child Protection actors – including the Ministry of Social Welfare, international and national NGOs – providing Case Management and Family Tracing and Reunification services are coordinated, timely and age and gender appropriate. In addition to leading the Task Force, the role has a strong focus on mentoring and capacity building of child protection actors, providing comprehensive services (ex: Family Tracing and Reunification and Alternative Care) and linking with other sectors to ensure access to holistic services and referral pathways.
What we’re looking for
We are looking for a Bangladeshi Nation who is competent and committed professional holding At least University in social work, psychology, social sciences or related field. Required to have minimum 5 years of experience in similar role preferably in international development organization as well as good understanding & knowledge about Humanitarian architecture of the Rohingya Response its operating and regulatory environment. Have extensive technical working experience in Case Management services provision in emergencies (coordination preferred) as well as strong coordination experience; An excellent professional track record with a minimum of five year working experience in child protection, GBV, and case management in a humanitarian context. Have to have coordination skills, including consensus building, conflict management, project management skills (ex: monitoring and evaluation), effective communication and collaboration, meeting management, etc. Have proven experience in implementing programs focusing on: working with vulnerable children, social work with children and families, working with child survivors of abuse and violence, children outside of parental care, psychosocial support, etc. as well as providing training and capacity building on Case Management technical areas with a variety of audiences. Required to have excellent communication skills (written and verbal) in English & Bangla. Understanding and speaking local language of Cox’s Bazar or Chittagong is an advantage.
Only Bangladeshi nationals are invited to Apply
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About Plan International
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. Plan International envisages a world in which all children and young people realise their full potential, a vision now shared by the 193 Heads of State and Government who adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015.
We believe in the power and potential of every child. This is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. Its girls who are most affected. Plan International’s new Global Strategy aims to transform the lives of 100 million girls by implementing an integrated programme and influence approach.
How to apply
To find out more details and apply visit: Career Opportunities: Case Management Advisor and should apply online by 5 May 2020.
Plan International Bangladesh is committed to ending gender inequality, and achieving a gender balanced workforce. Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.
We promote competitive salary, female friendly workplace, outstanding co-workers (who are respectful, professional, unbiased and easy to work with); equal opportunity that mean equal access to promotion, leadership role or incentive programme.
Plan follows an equal opportunity policy and actively encourages diversity welcoming applications from all especially
women and people living with disability.
Only short-listed candidates shall be contacted. References will be taken and background and Anti-terrorism checks will be carried out in conformity with Plans Child Protection Policy.
Attractive salary will be offered to deserving candidate as per organization’s policy.
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