Contribute to the overall and daily project implementation as per donor agreement and CARE guidelines, including follow up on the established work plan.
Organize and implement community-level activities, including community meetings, outreach activities run by Social Workers and other staff member, capacity building, awareness raising campaigns, mass communication, etc. ensuring qualitative and timely planning, implementation and monitoring/evaluation of the component.
Mobilize grass-root organizations and beneficiary groups relevant to the project implementation, and facilitate the development of local community networks.
Conduct frequent field visits to monitor and evaluate activities implementation
Support the Project Manager and the Protection & Gender Advisor in the development of the project strategy/methodology.
Ensure that staff adhere to protection mainstreaming principles, child protection and GBV best-practices and professional standards and principles.
Develop and further strengthen the implementation of protection and gender toolkits and monitor and evaluate the impact of Protection activities/toolkits on beneficiaries.
Accomplish any other task requested by PM, coordinators and any for other business requested by the mission.
Follow the security rules to ensure security on-site.
Collect all information and written/orally reports on the progress of the activities on a daily and weekly basis as per established reporting formats containing clear quantitative and qualitative information related to the activities
Support partner/s staff teams through the development of a technically sound (monthly & weekly) reports
Organize weekly/monthly meetings to plan activities with the projects’ and partner’s teams.
Report immediately any delay, problem or other relevant information to the Project Manager.
Strong capacity to build partnerships and to work with local partner organizations.
At least 3 years of proven international experience in implementation of protection programming in emergency.
Ideally experience in working with programs preventing Child Early Forced Marriage, community based protection, and mobilization
Sensitivity to the needs and priorities of crisis-affected populations.
Clear understanding of gender inequality and knowledge of how to mainstream gender and diversity in project design and community mobilization
Ability to train, mentor and support other staff in their respective tasks in a professional, respectful and supportive manner;
Understanding of the Lebanese socio-economic context with a focus on the Syrian crisis.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including patience, diplomacy, willingness to listen and respect.
Fluent in English and spoken Arabic is required.
What we offer
7 months full time contract, renewable dependent on both funding and performance. You must be available to start work as soon as hired and be willing and able to work in Tripoli. Salary and conditions will be in accordance with CARE Lebanon’s terms
All applicants must send a cover letter and an updated CV. CV only applications will not be considered. This announcement is Open Until Filled, the hiring department is accepting applications until the position is filled.
CARE encourages all qualified candidates regardless of sex, nationality, ethnicity, disability or religious believes to apply for the position
2 to 3 years
Education degree: Bachelor DegreeField of education: