Child Protection Case Management Coordinator

Job Overview/Summary

The IRC is seeking a Child Protection Case Management Coordinator to support with the finalization of the project, which began in October 2020.The Coordinator will focus on project management, including coordinating a number of contributing consultants and inter-agency reviewers. The Coordinator will support with the overall management of the grant at technical unit level, including reporting, activity planning and budget expenditures.

The Coordinator is also expected to finalise technical content based on inter-agency feedback and piloting recommendations and should possess solid child protection case management experience in humanitarian settings, as well as the ability to develop high quality training materials.

Main Responsibilities


Project Management

Lead on the hiring, management, and admin (e.g. invoices) related to consultants (up to 3 module development consultants, designers, and 3 translators).
Ensure that consultants receive sufficient support to complete their deliverables, including providing and ensuring timely technical reviews of their work.
Maintain a time-bound group workplan to ensure that those consultants keep to schedule, particularly so that any delays do not impact the project deadlines.
Create opportunities for inter-agency stakeholders to input and contribute to the project, including regular update calls to CMTF Technical Team
Ensure close collaboration with the CPIMS Specialist on information management system roll outs and piloting of CPIMS training.

Resource Development

Critically analyse inter-agency feedback and piloting findings and recommendations and revise training materials accordingly.
Revise training resources such as facilitator guide and competency measurement tools that have also already been drafted and reviewed.
Review technical training content produced by consultants, including a case management refresher training, MHPSS training, and other specialist topics.
Provide support, as needed, to the Child Protection Technical Advisors, CPIMS Specialist, and in-country colleagues to pilot the materials.
Organise global and/or regional workshops to disseminate the final training package.

Grants Management

Hold regular internal Project Team meetings.
Maintain workplan and budget spending plans.
Regular review of BvAs and project spending.
Draft bi-annual programmatic donor reports.
Feed into communications with funding donor.

Key Working Relationships

Position Reports to: Senior Technical Advisor, Technical Innovation, VPRU
Position directly supervises: N/A
Indirect Reporting: Child Protection Technical Advisor , VPRU
Other Internal and/or external contacts: External Case Management Task Force, Information Management Technical Advisor and CPIMS Specialist


Demonstrable experience of implementing child protection case management programs in relevant humanitarian contexts, including acute emergencies.
Advanced knowledge and expertise in the field of child protection in emergencies case management.
Demonstrated ability to develop child protection capacity building resources and competency tools.
Excellent organizational skills: the ability to track and follow-up on various efforts.
Excellent analytical and writing skills: the ability to draft briefs, reports, and technical training materials.
Good interpersonal skills: the ability to successfully interact with a diverse group of people.
Flexible approach to work: self-motivated with the ability to effectively learn and work in an inter-agency environment.
Fluent written and spoken English is essential.


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