Social Sciences and Community
World Vision Ethiopia
World Vision’s work in Ethiopia contributes to the well-being of vulnerable children in partnership with the church, civil society and the government. Initiatives include education, food security, health, HIV and AIDS, water, sanitation, and hygiene, as well as sponsorship management. All programmes are implemented with the goal of addressing the strategic and basic needs of children while supporting and building the capacity of families and communities.
Assist the project officer in situational assessment, operational planning, implementation and monitoring of the IDP activities
Provide individual and group psychological first aid/psycho-social support to children and women affected by the conflict to enable them restore their safety, dignity and hope
Facilitate consultation and discussions with beneficiary populations, making sure they are involved in needs assessment, delivery of protection/assistance and development/implementation of durable solutions.
Closely work with local authorities and relevant government sector (women and children affairs, education, social affairs, schools etc) to facilitate recovery and reiteration of the affected population
Coordinate and manage the establishment of child friendly spaces in collaboration with school, local authorities, and faith leaders
First degree in social work, sociology, psychology, education or other eleven fields. 2. At least one-year relevant experience in child protection and related areas, 3. Knowledge and experience on Gender Based Violence programming an asset. 4. Knowledge of and ability to implement integrated CP responses, including Gender Based Violence. 5. Awareness of or interest in community based protection mechanisms. 6. Direct case management and experience working with children and adolescents is an asset. 7. Demonstrated flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving
Knowledge of and ability to implement integrated CP responses, including Gender Based Violence 2 Awareness of or interest in community based protection mechanisms in emergency context.
University degree in social work, sociology, psychology, child protection, public health and relevant fields of social sciences. Knowledge and skills of and ability to implement integrated CP responses, including Gender Based Violence. Awareness of or interest in community based protection mechanism