Bir Dünya Çocuk (Children of One World)
Bir Dünya Çocuk (Children of One World) a non-governmental, non-profit organization, which has a multinational and multicultural structure, is dedicated to providing child protection services and advocating for child rights.
Bir Dünya Çocuk is looking forward to a one world where all children attain their rights and dignity based on their best of interest.
From 2014 to 2018, Bir Dünya Çocuk could reach more than half million boy, girl, man and woman with a specialized Child Protection and Education services, while we are still proving a prominent intervention to contribute prevention, mitigate suffering, empower children participation and advocate for best interests of child. In addition, Bir Dünya Çocuk Turkey is also focusing on social cohesion and social interaction between refugee and host community NGOs.
Bir Dünya Çocuk is a member of The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian
Action, Child Rights Connect, End Violence Against Children and in a special consultative status with UN Economic and Social Council.
Bir Dünya Çocuk is proud that 60% of its employees are female.
About the Role:
This is a 5-month Centre Supervisor position based in Nizip CPC, Gaziantep and requiring full-time performance of work in the assigned duty station.
You will report to Project Coordinator and manage the centre team of 3 PSS facilitators and 1 support staff (cleaner /receptionist). You will communicate with project partners, government counterparts, donors, NGOs and Sectoral Working Groups as well as project participants.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Managing Nizip CPC with direct supervision from Project Coordinator to ensure the implementation of the Project in line with proposal objectives and organizational & donor regulations
- Plan, and follow-up on the team’s movements, advise the team on the project implementation, follow-up on the project indicators, report on the activities, and interact with local authorities
- Coordination and programming of all centre staff duties and responsibilities according to project plan set up by Project Coordinator
- Overall coordination of all centre activities and ensuring proper and consistent implementation of the project activities such as but not limited to: Structured phyco-social support for refugee and host community children, caregiver engagement activities, and community engagement activities
- Coordination of centre operational/support activities in the centre such as but not limited to: procurement of materials and equipment for CPC, administrative work in collaboration with Project Support Staff, management of project vehicles
- Overseeing, reporting, and solving maintenance problems in the centre
- Ensure smooth and effective registration processes for project participants, with relevant data collection (pre-post-tests etc.)
- Representing the organization and Karşıyaka CPC as Focal Point in building a strong communication network and ensure updated communication with all local agencies, and INGOS, local NGOS in concern
- Coordinate activities with local government authorities and institutions
- Establish and maintain good relations with key government stakeholders in the implementation area
- Attending various meetings, workshops, and conferences and follows up all educational meetings to maintain professional development growth
- Assist Project Coordinator for internal & external reporting tasks
- Support the organization of community-based activities that promote shared resilience, self-help and peer support, including capacity building workshops and support groups. Seek community input on the type and timing of activities to be held at the centre
- Ensure that centre provides and consistently maintain a safe environment for project participants. Maintain good relations with children, the parents/caregivers, staff, and volunteers
- Contribute and suggest all protection and education project proposals relevant to centre’s function
- Perform any other tasks under the guidance of the direct supervisor
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
- Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
- Short-listed applicants will be asked to undertake a written technical test as part of the interview process.
- Bachelor’s degree (preferable in education, psychology, sociology or) in related subject area
- At least 3 year of experience in protection or education or relevant field, preferably with NGOs.
- Turkish fluent and proficiency in English is required
- Be well-organized, self-motivated, and reliable
- Excellent communication, reporting and interpersonal skills
- Strong critical, analytical and solution-oriented thinking skills
- Have a passion for or strong interest in humanitarian field and human rights particularly related to refugees’ and children’s rights
- Commitment to humanitarian principles and values
- Commitment to equal opportunity and gender practice
- Computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office, internet applications) are essential.
- Intermediate or advance level of Arabic
- Strong understanding of and engagement with the humanitarian context and I/NGO field.
- Ability to work independently and to prioritize deliverables, often with little oversight, in a fast-paced and complex environment.
- Good team player, flexible and capable of working with a multicultural team and culturally sensitive
- Ability to cope with stress, work under pressure often to strict deadlines
- Flexibility, adaptability, sense of humour, and patience
Interested candidates should send their detailed CV and Cover Letter outlining their interest and qualifications for the position by email, no later than 18 April 2021. Only short listed candidates will be called for an interview. Please mention the Vacancy Number (TR-21-10) for which you are applying in the subject line of the email. Please follow the instruction carefully. Bir Dünya Çocuk might not consider incomplete information.
Bir Dünya Çocuk Derneği
One world where all children attain their rights and dignity based on their best of interest.
1 - To contribute to prevention of children from all kinds of abuse, violence, neglect, discrimination, and exploitation.
2 - To mitigate suffering, ensuring quality and effective response.
3 - To empower children’s participation and encourage sustainable development for and with children.
4 – To advocate for a creative and supportive environment with optimum resources that guarantee the best interest of children.