Protection Monitoring Officer job at Danish Refugee Council
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Vacancy title:
Protection Monitoring Officer

[ Type: FULL TIME , Industry: Nonprofit, and NGO , Category: Protective Services ]

Jobs at:

Danish Refugee Council

Deadline of this Job:
27 March 2023  

Duty Station:
Within Kenya , Nairobi , East Africa

Date Posted: Wednesday, March 15, 2023 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed

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Protection Monitoring Officer

DRC Kenya will be implementing a new protection monitoring system implemented in all field offices. This role is responsible to ensure the quality of protection monitoring by overseeing and supporting incentive workers to identify and monitor their needs/risks and monitor any changes that affect the protection environment. The Protection Monitoring Officer will be responsible for planning and coordinating all protection monitoring – and working closely with the Protection Coordinator and Protection Team Leader to ensure that all staff have regular information around any emerging trends within the protection environment. The Protection Monitoring Officer will also be responsible for consolidating protection monitoring data – and working with the PIM/Advocacy Specialist to develop protection briefs. The Protection Monitoring Officers will be based in Dadaab and Kakuma, with possible travel to field offices within Kenya.

R1. Protection Monitoring:
• Develop monthly and weekly work plans to ensure coverage of all relevant locations and that targets of protection monitoring are met.
• Organize and conduct focus group discussions and key informant interviews with persons of concern and key stakeholders.
• Ensure relevancy and accuracy of protection monitoring data and liaise with MEAL and MIS focal person for data quality on bi-weekly basis.
• Provide continuous training, guidance and supervision to protection monitoring incentive workers to ensure that activities are carried out in accordance with relevant DRC standards, DRC Code of Conduct, Protection Monitoring SoP and Data Protection Protocols including regular follow-up in the field.
• Provide regular feedback to the TL and PIM specialist on the functioning of the protection monitoring system.
• Ensure confidentiality for all data collection activities and that is collected, stored and processed correctly according to DRC data protection standards.
R2. Reporting:
• Produce a protection monitoring reports and submit it to Protection Team Leader and PIM/Advocacy Specialist according to deadline.
• Prepare an internal weekly protection reports/tracker in English to be submitted to the Protection Team Leader; these reports should summarize protection monitoring activities carried out by the Protection teams and underline key weekly findings
• Develop ad-hoc briefs where needed for donors and/or other external stakeholders. Support the Protection TL in representing DRC protection work, where needed
R3. Program Quality:
• Support the Protection Team Leader in reviewing emerging protection issues and changes to the protection environment
• Ensure linkages between cases identified through protection monitoring and ongoing protection programming (case management, referrals). Have regular coordination with other protection officers.

Experience and technical competencies:
• A minimum of 2-3 years of experience in the humanitarian sector related with an NGO/UN or civil society organization.
• Experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis.
• Experience in using research methodologies and data collection tools.
• Excellent drafting skills in English and experience in report writing different audiences.
• Experience in the production of technical material (training material, tools, reports, documents) with good networking skills.
• Knowledge of humanitarian standards, human rights, humanitarian law and refugee law.
• Ability to work under pressure, identify priorities and meet deadlines.
• Calm and diplomatic character, willingness and ability to learn and grow professionally.
• Clear understanding of Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS)
• Experience with capacity building of staff, and in convening and facilitating trainings, workshops and advocacy/community engagements
• Excellent analytical and report writing skills (English)

• Master's degree in human rights, social sciences or another relevant subject.
• Experience and knowledge in GBV and Child Protection programming.

Job Experience: No Requirements

Work Hours: 8

Level of Education:
Postgraduate Degree

Job application procedure
Interested and qualified? Go to Danish Refugee Council on to apply

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Job Info
Job Category: Accounting/ Finance jobs in Kenya
Job Type: Full-time
Deadline of this Job: 27 March 2023
Duty Station: Nairobi
Posted: 15-03-2023
No of Jobs: 1
Start Publishing: 15-03-2023
Stop Publishing (Put date of 2030): 15-03-2065
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