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Top 3 Humanitarian Jobs of the Day: 1 Feb. 2018

Thursday, Feb 01, 2018
by Humanitarian Institute

01 Feb 18

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Child Protection Manager - Psychosocial Support Services, IRC, South Sudan

The Child Protection Manager - PSS shall provide technical oversight in implementation of Psychosocial Support Services in Panyijiar. He/she is responsible for providing technical guidance and training to child protection staff in this location engaged in provision of PSS. This position will ensure quality implementation, standardization, monitoring and evaluation of all Child Protection interventions in PSS in Panyijiar in the CFS, mobile teams and the SHLS.

Interventions shall include capacity building in psychosocial support services, Family Tracing and Reunification, running of Child Friendly Spaces, and case management for vulnerable children. This post is designed to support partners to invest greater time and resources in the provision of quality PSS activities and in the important post-registration work of FTR – follow ups, family tracing and verification activities and post-reunification home visits, to increase reunification rates and improve the quality of care provided to children whilst tracing takes place.

Interested? Learn more here.

Programme Assistant, Transparency International, Australia

Transparency International Australia (TI Australia), the Australian chapter of the world’s leading nongovernmental anti-corruption movement, is seeking a full-time Programme Assistant located in Melbourne, Australia to support the Mining for Sustainable Development programme.

The role requires a skilled and well organised individual with demonstrated experience in programme and office support, and administration. The successful candidate will have good IT skills and be able to establish and maintain a database of programme contacts. The role requires good communication skills to assist with communication functions such as website updates and reports. Experience in organising events, workshops and travel would be highly desirable. The successful candidate will be highly motivated, able to work in a small team, and willing to take on a diverse range of responsibilities. Experience working in the not-for-profit sector would be advantageous.

Read more here.

Education and Learning Officer, Nossal Institute, Australia

Working within a small team the Education and Learning Officers will be responsible for supporting the successful delivery of current and new activities within the Nossal Education and Learning Program (E & L Program). 

The role encompasses a range of tasks, including delivery of all Nossal Institute subjects offered within the Master of Public Health and other University of Melbourne degrees, support in delivering tailored short courses, participation in educational roles across the program as appropriate, and support for the management and growth of the Education and Learning Program. The position will work closely with: The Unit Head, Education and Learning; Nossal subject coordinators; other staff within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health; the Nossal the Programs Team; and technical staff across the organisation.

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