Job Information National Protection Officer NGO Information
Contact Name
Contact Email recruitnpme@nonviolentpeaceforce.org
Job Information
Contract Duration
Governorate Nineveh
Job Shift
Nationality National
Working Hours Full Time
Posted 2017-10-12
Requirements
Minimum Education Diploma (Two Years)
Degree Title
Minimum Experience 3 Year
Required Travel 25%
Job Status
No Of Jobs 4
Published Date 2017-10-12
Deadline Date 2017-10-31
Location
[Hammam al-Alil,Iraq ]
Description

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT National Protection Officer Hammam Al Alil, Iraq Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is a dynamic, international non-governmental organization. We work to reduce violence and protect civilians in countries affected by violent conflict and its aftermath. NP is in the process of scaling up their humanitarian protection programming in Ninewa Governorate, particularly camps and the surroundings of Hammam Al Alil. Therefore, we are seeking highly motivated and skilled National Protection Officer’s to implement civilian protection and violence-prevention programming for those affected by violent conflict in the region. The post is based in Hammam Al Alil, with frequent travel to other field locations. KEY OBJECTIVES/RESPONSIBILITIES: A. Commitment to NP Principles • Know and understand the NP mandate, principles and values and actively commit to upholding and advocating for them both inside and outside of working hours • Serve as a community role model for peaceful co-existence and nonviolence, and maintain a positive image of the organisation in the community at all times • Be available for emergencies in the office or field B. Project Implementation / Programming • Information gathering and contextual analysis − Assist with information gathering and verification, and context analysis − Proactively engage with all stakeholders in conflict (local community leaders, government authorities, police, army, non-state armed groups, and NGOs) to identify on-going and potential issues in the community that may trigger violence • Community engagement − Lead participatory meetings so as to support communities to apply NP principles and civilian protection mechanisms to improve their own security − Conduct check-in calls and follow-up visits with community protection actors to assess their security situation and offer support in case of challenges with the implementation of protection mechanisms and security concerns • Training − Assist with the development of new programming concepts and training modules − Co-facilitate trainings and workshops • Translation − Assist with written translation of training materials − Provide oral translation during workshops and meetings • Protective presence, accompaniment and other interventions − Provide protective presence in situations where and when an incident may occur or has happened and which is a direct threat to peace and stability of the community while upholding the principle of non-partisanship − Provide protective accompaniment to civilians at risk − Assist in designing strategic interventions meant to mitigate conflict and protect civilians − Manage cases of individuals who are vulnerable or under threat, including working with other service providers and managing a follow-up process. C. Administration & Operations • Reporting − Report all work activities according to the set procedures and standards of the Team Leader − Participate in team meetings, debriefs and strategy sessions, implementing recommendations arising from lessons learnt • Security − Contribute to security assessments and contribute to the maintenance of security for the NP office and equipment − Ensure all project work is consistent with agreed safety and security policies and procedures • Logistics/Finance − Assist with procurement of supplies or other logistical matters when delegated by the Team Leader − Handle operational funds in compliance with financial procedures; account for team cash managed by finance focal person D. Other − Perform any other work-related duties that may be assigned by the Team Leader

Qualifications & Preferred Skills

QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES:

A. Education, Knowledge and Experience

• Strong commitment to the safety and security of civilians

• Good knowledge and understanding of the conflict context in Iraq

• Strongabilitytoproactivelyengageandbuildrelationswitharmedactors,IDPs,

government officials, national and international INGOs, service providers, etc.

• Experience of working with civil society actors or NGOs is an advantage

B. Skills

Independent

Judgment/Analytical:

• Ability to manage information with discretion

• Abilitytosetpriorities,solveproblemsand

analyse data

Interpersonal: • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment

• Provenabilitytobuildrelationships

• Genuinecommitmentandinterestinlivingand

working at the community level

• Flexibility, reliability and stress resilience

Languages: • Abilitytointeractconfidentlywithandpresent

informationeffectivelytocolleaguesand

external contacts in verbal and written English

• Proficiency in local languages required

InformationTechnology: • ProficiencywiththeMicrosoftOfficesuite

desirable

C. Other Specialised Requirements

• Willingnessandabilitytoconductfieldvisits,includingovernightinginthe

communities. This position is physically demanding.

• This position is open to nationals of Iraq only

How To Apply

For more information about NP and its work, as well as full details of the position and the

application process, please go to NP’s website: www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org

APPLICATIONDEADLINE: Applicationswillbeacceptedandprocessedonarollingbasisuntilthe

positionisfilled.Duetotheurgency oftheneedtofilltheposition,qualifiedcandidateswhocan

start immediately will be prioritized.

HOWTOAPPLY: PleaseemailyourupdatedCVtogetherwithaletterofmotivationthattellsus

why you are interested in this position and how you are ideally suited to this particular position.

Email address is: recruitNPME@nonviolentpeaceforce.org

Aswe receivehundredsofapplications foreachposition,only those selected foraninterview

will be personally contacted. Thank you for your interest in Nonviolent Peaceforce.

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