SENED is an independent non-governmental and non-profit organization established in 2013 and registered in Turkey with the number 27-15-175. SENED was established by a group of humanitarian and social activists in responding to the Syrians suffer since 2011. SENED has become specialized in working with and supporting people with special needs since 2015 due to the realization of the tremendous tragedy that people with special needs live in Syria through periodic visits to their places.
Based in __Gaziantep___, the << Protection Officer>>> under the line management of the <<Programs Manager>> will be responsible for:
- Plan, organize, and evaluate the activities concerning the project and the team associated, according to Sened’s values, policies and protocols, and right standards, in order to submit the related reports.
- Description of responsibilities and tasks:
- Follow up on the project implementation process in NWS.
- Follow up on daily implementation plans as well as renewed plans.
- Follow-up phases of project implementation in accordance with suggestions and recommendations.
- Managing the whole process, identifying, and resolving constraints.
- Dealing with various data collection tools, data analysis, and highlighting the results.
- Preparing and reviewing the databases and ensuring that they are prepared correctly.
- Preparing high-quality reports weekly / monthly
- Supervising the project’s Case management & PSS teams.
- Well-organized archiving of documents related to the project.
- Track the progress of the project activities and ensure the collection of project indicators on a regular basis.
- Ensure timely and quality reporting of the project’s progress to the partner/donors.
- Manage the expenses of the projects and use the resources and utilize the resource based on cost proficiency and both internal and donor requirements and manage the forecasting of the budget on a regular basis in close coordination with the finance team.
- Coordinate closely with the other support departments; MEAL, Media, Logistics, and Safety and Security to organize and track the related operations.
- Develop and raise the required procurement requests and follow up on the contract process related to the project’s activities.
- Ensure that feedback received from community members, project participants, and key stakeholders is well undertaken and addressed.
- Ensure that gender, protection, and safeguarding are integrated into program design and implementation.
- Respect and apply all the PSEA and child protection principles and show high commitment to report any PSEA & CP action.
- Required Qualifications (Education/Languages/Work Experience):
- Bachelor Degree in management or any other similar field.
- Arabic language: Fluent.
- English language: Very Good.
- Work Experience:
At least 3 years of experience with international or local NGOs, especially in the field of protection.
At least 3 years previous experience in supervising and managing teams and implementing projects inside Syria.
Possess the skill of dealing with the work team effectively and positively.
Experience in dealing with people with disabilities.
The ability to build positive relationships with others and deal effectively and diplomatically with everyone.
The ability to work in a complex environment and the ability to handle work pressure and deal with difficult situations rationally.
- Core Competencies (CC):
• Planning power/organization skill.
• problem solving capability.
• Excellent communication, motivation and listening skills.
• Excellent Office and Computer Skills.
• Practical skills in preparing and writing narrative and technical reports.
• A balanced, open, assertive leadership personality.
• Have the flexibility, responsibility and reliability to work.
How to apply
How to apply:
For applying you can follow this link: https://forms.gle/omoA2YeC7Th1UZR87
Due to the urgency to fill this role, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Kindly note that the position will be filled before the vacancy announcement is closed; therefore, early applications are encouraged.