---Facilitate trainings on core principles of Child Protection and GBV
---Facilitate trainings on Case Management
---Facilitate trainings on Standard Operating Procedures and Referral Pathway
---Assist in the development of response-based training curriculum,
---Support Child Protection and GBV project activities
---Support the organization and implementation of safety audits in high risk communities and stay aware of findings
---Support the implementation of the Child Protection and GBV referral pathway and capacity building needs.
---Assist in developing awareness materials that are targeted towards children and young women.
---Coordinate with Project Manager to contribute to monthly program reports.
---Communicate program challenges, successes and ideas with Project Manager often
---Use an interagency approach in training on GBV issues and response system.
---Provide training and technical support for Community Health Workers, counsellors and CBOs.
---Use participatory methods in all training activities.
---Use evaluations and pre- and post- tests to monitor training effectiveness.
---Write training summary, activity and meeting reports.
---Conduct exit interviews, KAP surveys.
---Conduct regular needs assessments with the GBV team and the community to inform GBV training priorities and work plan.
---Will facilitate the community/survivors to pass their complaints to the management through CBCM (Established under ICPS) in a transparent manner.
---Assist in the development of GBV IEC awareness materials.
---Submit timely technical reports in provided format to Communication department.
---Assist GBV team in the development and testing of Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) materials on GBV and violence prevention for the camp communities.
---Identify and report success stories.
---Document best practices and lessons learned.
---Find the relevant legal opinions, regulations and laws relating to upcoming cases.
---Utilize technological applications in order to conduct research, organize information and make it readily available for attorneys in email, spreadsheet and report form
---Assisting in organizing the case management protocol and supporting to develop them for the organizational best practices.
---Provide information to support survivors for counselling; compensation and other required help.
---Enhances elaborations on trial proceedings by organizing evidence; preparing exhibits; scheduling witnesses; ensuring that witnesses are ready when needed; and how to take courtroom notes.
---Any Other tasks as entrusted by SPM – W & C.
COMPENSATION & EMPLOYMENT: Plan India is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women candidates are encouraged to apply. Our policies and procedures reflect our commitment to child rights and child protection.
HOW TO APPLY? : Please send us your updated resume along with suitability note in one file (Word Format only) for the position of “Officer-Lead Trainer for Gender Based Violence (GBV)” at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention “Officer - Lead Trainer for Gender Based Violence (GBV)” and preferred location in the subject line.
Last date for sending applications is 10th November 2022. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For more information, please visit our website www.planindia.org
Education & Experience
---Degree in Law, sociology, gender studies and other relevant stream with legal working experience, especially in the criminal cases at the district level.
---5 to 7 years of relevant experience.
---Extensive experience of case management will be an added advantage, whereas, some experience of case management is essential.
---An excellent command of both written and spoken English. Fluency in Marathi is essential. Fluency in Hindi will be an advantage. Additional knowledge of other Indian languages will be considered an asset.
---Thematic understanding of gender will be an essential requirement and the interlinkages of gender with other thematic priorities.
---Experience of facilitating trainings on Case Management
---Experience of facilitating trainings on Standard Operating Procedures and Referral Pathway
---Experience of working on the development of response-based training curriculum,
---Previous experience as a Trainer or attended TOT training with a reputable organization.
---Will have excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
---Strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
---Extremely flexible, and have the ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations.
---Computer proficiency is a Must.
---Ability to manage and resolve personal conflicts
---High context communication skills
---Willing to work during emergency and managing work pressure
---Respect to diversity and ability to work within international community.
---Gender sensitivity and ability to reflect women and girls needs on programmatic design.
---Flexibility and adaptability.
---Strong organizational and team working skills
---Good cultural awareness and sensitivity
---Highly approachable, trustworthy and confidential
---High ability to use EXCEL in data analysis and other Microsoft office packages.
---Knowledge of the NGO operations and the dynamics of the humanitarian
---Significant experience in conducting trainings in a participatory way