The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded at the request of Albert Einstein, IRC offers life-saving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in more than 40 countries and in 22 US cities, IRC restores safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted by conflict or disaster. IRC leads the way from harm to home.
The Syria crisis is often described as the worst humanitarian catastrophe since the end of the Cold War. Inside Syria, 7.6 million people are internally displaced and 12.2 million are in need of humanitarian assistance, with 4.8 million in hard-to-reach areas. There are 4 million Syrian refugees in neighboring countries. This is no short-term humanitarian episode. The devastating human consequences to huge numbers of people will endure for decades. The destruction of relationships, communities, livelihoods, homes and infrastructure will take years to repair.
IRC is offering a robust humanitarian response to the Syria crisis. With an annual budget in excess of $140 million and a rapidly expanding portfolio, supported by more than 3,000 staff and workers in the region, IRC is undertaking programs in Syria and the neighboring countries of Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan in the fields of health, child protection, education, women’s protection and empowerment, NFI and food distribution, cash assistance, water and sanitation, and livelihood programming. Our work in these challenging settings gives rise to some of the most pressing issues facing contemporary humanitarian action, including questions of access, security, funding and coordination.
The Child Protection (CP) Partnership Manager, based in the IRC’s Amman office, will be responsible for supporting CP partnerships and lead the implementation of the capacity building programme. The Child Protection program in Syria works to support partners to develop their capacity in psychosocial assistance to children through safe spaces, provides case management for children, and works to reduce risks to their safety and well-being in accordance with international humanitarian principles of safety and dignity. The CP Partnership Manager will report to the CP Coordinator and work closely with the CP specialist. The CP Partnership Manager provides support to partnership programming targeting displaced Syrians inside Syria, including supporting the technical quality of case management, parenting and psychosocial services for children and their families. They will support the implementation of the IRC capacity building initiative of partner staff in case management.
• Project, technical and grant management of IRC WPE partnership programming, including staff management.
• Work closely with partners to timely, implementation and development of programs, including providing oversight over the budget expenditures and progress towards targets.
• Identify and raise technical challenges partners will face in the delivery of case management services and propose tools and mechanisms to overcome them in a timely manner
• As required, provide technical support partners, guidance on program activities, etc. with partner related to good practices in PSS, case management, services for children, approaches to outreach, etc. (or other topics as identified together with WPE Managers)
• . (or other topics as identified together with CP Managers and CP coordinator)
• Support partner organizations to ensure they are on track to meet targets as agreed with IRC.
• Manage the implementation of the capacity building program and the capacity building officers to ensure partners are supported to undertake quality case management programming.
• Review partner case management tools and processes in line with IRC CP technical standards.
• Development and/or adaptation of mentorship tools to support partners to undertake case management
• Develop and roll out training plans and implement trainings for the partner’s based on the assessed needs for continued training in coordination with the CP specialist.
• Assess partner’s learning using a series of mentorship tools.
Research, Learning and Analysis
• Work with partner organizations to conduct regular analysis of child protection data collected from field teams in order to note trends and inform programming accordingly, as well as sharing information via reports as needed
• Lead the roll out and analysis of the assessments of each partner’s base knowledge and capacity.
Coordination & Representation
• Support the timely information sharing regarding challenges and needs at the field level
• Represent IRC in internal and external forums as needed, Gender Based Violence Sub Cluster;
• In close collaboration with the CP Coordinator, identify, establish, and maintain strategic partnership and coordination with other service providers related to GBV services to ensure sharing of learning
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