We are looking for Child protection project Manager Assistant
• At least 2 years of experience in Child Protection Project Management in an INGO
• Knowledge of international humanitarian response and development work
• Proven track record and experience in child protection
• Good understanding of project cycle management
• Previous experience working in the field would be highly appreciated
• Ensure the day to day management of the Chid Friendly Spaces (CFS) in the area of operations
• Facilitate the identification of separated and unaccompanied children for support and referral
• Facilitate the provision of psychosocial support services to the most vulnerable
• Provide intensive support to staff in identifying, documenting, tracing and reunifying of UASC
• Provide cash management service to identified children including UASC.
• Establish and strengthen community based structures including parent support groups.
• Establish and empower adolescents groups to provide community-based PSS activities.
• Supervise and support structured psychosocial support, life-skill and recreational activities in the Child
Friendly Space as per the work schedules set by line manager
• Ensure a safe and child-friendly atmosphere within the Child Friendly Space
• Manage and supervise the team of Community Animators and other CFS staff in the project locations to
ensure roles and responsibilities are well-defined and fulfilled
• Ensure that children feel comfortable, motivated, safe, and respected in the Child Friendly Space
• Oversee outreach and adolescent activities to ensure high quality programming, high level of
participation and minimum standards
• Actively participate and contribute to coordination meetings in the County;
• Ensure Tdh actively coordinates and contributes to the County's child protection and psychosocial
coordination and plans;
• Contribute to the establishment of effective community based referral and early warning systems;
• Enhance effective child protection networks at all levels and connect them as much as possible with
regional and national child protection networks;
• Coordinate with other actors working in the same location and inform line manager on the latest
development and any plans regarding to the project locations or the targeted population;
• Ensure that children feel comfortable, motivated, safe, and respected in school, income generating
group and vocational training institutions;
• Support community mobilisation to increase understanding of children's needs and encourage
community members to report child protection concerns;
• Oversee staff knowledge of, agreement to, and compliance with Tdh's Child Protection Policies;
• Build capacities for child protection through regular dialogue with local government partners and include
them in Tdh activities.
• Work closely with the DOR Project Manager and Child Protection Programme Coordinator to identify
and address training needs of staff and community based structures;
• Conduct training, workshop and thematic exercise on Child Protection and PSS support as per needs
• Advise and contribute to program design on issues of sexual and gender-based violence.
• Collect field re orts check accurac of data and combine re orts on week! and month! basis for the
Since its creation in 1960, the mission of Terre des hommes (Tdh) has been to come to the aid of children in need. It endeavours at all times to defend the rights of children, in times of war and natural disasters, or in less publicised situations of distress.