Protection Team Leader (Case Management)

Danish Refugee Council khartoum -- Date Posted 7/18/2020

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• 2-3 years of professional experience in the field of humanitarian interventions, human rights or community development, preferably with an international humanitarian organization • 1-2 year of experience in a managerial capacity, including staff management • Demonstrated commitment to achieving gender equality, promoting women’s leadership and eliminating discrimination and violence against women • Knowledge about sexual and reproductive health • Proven leadership skills and experience supervising staff • Experience in social work or counselling • Computer skills, including knowledge of Excel • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Solid knowledge of the migration and displacement context in Sudan and of the protecting issues affecting migrants, refugees and IDPs. • Demonstrated capacity to effectively represent a humanitarian organization with external partners and stakeholders Education: • University Degree in the field of social sciences, Social work, psychology, humanitarian affairs, international law, development or any other related field Substantive other relevant trainings on Protection Languages: • Fluent in written and spoken English to Apply Click On
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Seniority Level University Degree
Industry Management
Employment Type full time
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The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been operational in Sudan since 2004, focusing primarily on the conflict in Darfur. The conflict is labeled by the United Nations as a 'protection crisis', due to the level and type of violence perpetrated against civilians. More than 6 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Sudan due to a series of inter-related issues, including multi-dimensional conflicts (such as struggles over essential and dwindling livelihoods and natural resources), criminality, insecurity, environmental conditions, weak social services and large scale displacement. More than 3.7 million people have been displaced from their homes, including nearly 670,000 who have fled to neighboring countries (Chad, South Sudan and Ethiopia) and nearly 3.1 million IDPs, primarily within Darfur. In the first months of 2015, alone, 70,000 people were newly displaced in Darfur. An escalation is evident in 2014 and 2015, with more than 2.55 Milion people being displaced in Darfur.