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  • Project Coordinator for the Child Protection Compact Project

    2020-11-02 00:00 - 2020-11-13 17:30
    Based in Ulaanbaatar

    PURPOSE OF POSITION

    The purpose of the position is to provide technical and coordination support to the Project Director and project team to achieve expected results in Child Protection Area of the project assigned components. The child protection coordinator will focus and raise child protection, child sexual trafficking and forced child labor issues and root causes in project target areas; coordinate and mobilize stakeholders on the project deliverables, develop, review & update documents and tools of the project which comply with Mongolian Child Protection Law and other regulations as well as World Vision Child Protection minimum requirements.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Provide inputs/advice to project implementation in the area of child protection (CP), child sexual trafficking and forced child labor and other related fields.
    • Promote and raise awareness on child protection and related issues among children, communities, religious institutions and government.
    • Assist Project Director in WV initiatives as required.
    • Coordinate, monitor, analyze and evaluate the project deliverables and outputs to inform relevant stakeholders towards enhancing the effectiveness of the program.
    • Ensure application of WVIM Child Protection Policy and Protocols and Safeguarding policy in the frame of the project implementation.
    • Contribute to the design of appropriate CP project models such as Home Visitor, ADAPT, Keeping Child Safe Online (KCSO), and Voice UP for Change (VUFC) etc.
    • Contribute and advice on community based child protection mechanisms.
    • Identify competencies and CP capacity requirements for stakeholders, communities and civil society organizations in the frame of CP Compact project implementation.
    • Collaborate, raise awareness and influence like-minded organizations to become an agent of change concerning the rights and protection of children.
    • Contribute, review and follow-up on the deliverables of the project components.
    • Prepare and contribute to quarterly progress reports, and other required reports.
    • Facilitate the process of continuous learning and documentation of best practices of the project outcomes in CP that is appropriate to the context of Mongolia and scale up to WV Mongolia programs and projects
    • Facilitate the formation and coordination of networks that contribute to the sharing of best practices and outputs, and strategy formation.
    • Identify competencies and CP capacity requirements at special projects, ADP and community level and develop appropriate plan with team.
    • Formulate, update and advise on implementation and raise awareness on WVIM Child Protection Policy and Protocols.
    • Coordinate and facilitate the partnering NGOs and local partners 
    • Identify, share / facilitate access to resources and appropriate materials, learning and support opportunities related to CP for program staff.
    • Perform any other tasks assigned by the Project Director

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

    Minimum education, training, and experience requirements to qualify for the position

    Education

    • Master degree in social work, psychology, international development, or a related discipline
    • Obtained training certificates in child protection and child rights related field

    Experience

    • At least 10 years of work experience in the child protection field
    • At least 3 years of experience in project management and implementation of donor grants and The United States Government (USG) grant is an asset
    • Experience in building relationships and working with local authorities, national ministries, host country professionals, and donor colleagues in the country

    Knowledge and Skills

    • A strong understanding of anti-trafficking programming and local context is an asset
    • Strong oral and written communication skills in English
    • · Willingness to work at remote field project sites with additional travel in the country as required

    Preferred Skills, Knowledge, and Experience

    • Effective team management and coordination/ communication skills
    • Strong time management
    • Strong facilitation and presentation skills to a different level of partners
    • Skills in developing and reviewing project products, such as studies, manuals, training programs, etc.

    Work Environment

    • The position requires the ability and willingness to travel domestically up to 20% of the time.

    Please send the below documents to recruitment_mongolia@wvi.org

    • CV
    • Cover Letter
    • Application From
    • Copy of Diploma(s)
    • Copy of ID card

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