Title: Protection Team Leader
The Protection Team Leader will work into the framework of a program that intends to increase the access to protection space and the ability to make informed decisions on further migration or durable solutions for migrants and refugees in the Western Libya with a specific intervention in the detention centers managed by the DCIM and in the urban communities.
Specific tasks and responsibilities
• Supervise the work of program staff, prepare work plans and liaison with supporting departments. Ensuring that staff daily tasks are accomplished and results are delivered on time, and coordinate through regular meetings to discuss programmatic topics.
• Supervise the monitoring of urban communities and detention centers to allow for the timely identification of vulnerable and at risk migrants and refugees;
• Supervise the provision of case management, ensuring that the specific needs of individuals are addressed by the development of individually tailored plans, including counselling, family or community mediation and follow-up sessions.
• Supervise the provision of psychosocial first aid and psychosocial group activities targeting vulnerable and at risk individuals identified in detention centres and urban communities Provide information dissemination on several topics such as the risk of migration and available humanitarian services
• Coordinate the distribution of Non Food Items (NFI) and ad hoc emergency response in both Urban Areas and Detention Centers according to the identified needs
• Liaise with, and make referrals to, other agencies;
• Represent CESVI in a professional manner in meetings and ensure good cooperation with local partners and other relevant actors, including Libyan authorities (DCIM, DC manager, Ministries);
• Participate in multidisciplinary teams, trainings and meetings regarding, for example, GBV, Child Protection and mental health;
• Provide training to Program staff and third actors with regards to Cesvi activities and/or specific topics as foreseen by the project.
• Maintain accurate records and prepare reports, document and share lessons learned and best practices;
• Assist in performing other tasks as requested by the Project Manager.
• Coordinate with Logistics and Admin staff to ensure proper follow up of activities
• Bachelor degree in law, psychology, social work or other related field.
• At least 2 years of relevant experience preferable working with NGOs in protection programs.
• Demonstrated understanding of protection and ethical principles in humanitarian programming.
• Experience with Windows platform, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
• Excellent oral communication skills.
• Excellent negotiation and relationship management skills, with the ability to proactively problem solve and find solutions.
• Proven ability to calmly, professionally, and successfully manage multiple priorities.
• Fluent in English (read, write and communicate).
Duty station: Misurata and surroundings, including visits to other sites in Western Libya, if security allows.
Contract Duration: April 2019 – June 2019 renewable (2 months of probationary period)
Responsible to: Line Management (Hierarchically and functionally) to Project Manager.