The Responsibilities of the GBV Training/M&E Officer are:
Responsible to make sure implementation of the Gender Based Violence Project both at the field and Family Protection Center (FPC) levels.
Develop proper training plan for the project with the assistance of Project Manager.
Represents IMC and the GBV project by holding meetings with BPHS implementer NGOs, local Government authorities and sharing information and providing feedback when requested.
Organize and conduct Project related trainings according to plan including preparing handouts.
Compile reports and insure availability of all well- organized correspondences of the trainings
Select trainees from BPHS Implementers and PPHDs with their consultation and coordination to provide them GBV related trainings according to plan.
Insure all training related objectives/indicators are achieved.
Keeping all training/project related records (Soft and hard) including updating Training and FPC Database.
Responsible for all filed and trainings reports for quality and for on-time submission to GBV Project Manager.
Reports to GBV Project Manager on weekly, monthly, quarterly basis and training wise about project progress.
To regularly supervise the training session and workshops
Supervise HFs for related GBV activities.
Provide guidance to trainers how to transfer knowledge and skills to the trainees.
Monitoring/supervising of FPC at regular basis.
1. Facilitate GBV survivor s’ visits with psychiatrist, medical doctor, gynecologist, and others
services as necessary
2. Assist GBV survivor s in designing a Safety Plan for life threatening situations
3. Set up and maintain the necessary procedures to diminish the security risks for all
service providers visiting and/or working at FPC
4. Provide on the job refresher training sessions for FPC team members in correct
classification of GBV and correct use of tools and SOP guidelines within the FPC.
5. Lead refresher training for focal persons in other healthcare facilities during case
6. Manage the timely provision of services to GBV survivor s who come to FPC, including
psychosocial counseling service, basic legal assistance, basic evidence collection,
referral to other institutions depending on survivor s’ choice and case management.
Ethical and Procedural Guidelines:
1. Maintain an attitude of respect and support toward GBV survivors.
2. Ensure adherence to procedures for confidentiality of GBV survivor at every step
3. Follow ethical guidelines of GBV response established in GBV SOP
4. Intervene to minimize efforts and investment of resources required from GBV survivor for
seeking health care and legal services.
5. Observe necessary protocols to diminish the security risks for all service providers
visiting and/or working at FPC
Design workshop for each categories of staffs including MD doctors, Nurses, Midwives and Psychosocial Counselors (PSSC).
To ensure the availabilities of teaching aids, materials and handouts before the start of workshop.
Responsible for all paper work related to trainings
To invite trainees for attending the workshop in coordination with relevant organs.
To actively participate and monitor the training sessions.
To evaluate the workshop at the beginning, middle and end and file the results
Coordinate closely the training activities with logistic, finance and admin Officers.
To develop a data base for all training workshop.
To provide training data as per request by Sr. Managers.
Tasks of Relations with External Agencies and other organizations:
Primary focal point between IMC and BPHS implementer NGOs in the Province.
Liaise with BPHS implementer NGOs for sharing information on training workshops.
Miscellaneous Tasks/NON-Routine Tasks:
Perform any other project related duty assigned by Project Manager.
Assist the GBV Project Managere and other management staff in tasks as required.
Assist Project Manager in interview and take part in the selection process of newly hired staff
Supervise the training workshop and Family Protection Center staff.
International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global humanitarian nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief programs. IMC is carrying out medical relief services in several provinces of Afghanistan.
He/She should have Bachelor degree, preferably university degree holder in Medicine. 3 years experience in the same field. should be capable of excellent English, Dari and Pashto languages, computer applicable packages and must have good teaching and communication skills. Experience in gender-based violence project and training and M&E is must.
You are kindly requested to send your written CV or resume through email and mention the vacancy number, province and title of the position in the subject line. Application received after the closing date and without subject line will not be considered.
Only short-listed candidates whose application responds to the above criteria will be contacted for written test. Interested candidates should send their application to the following email address:
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