5 No Experience GBV Case Worker NGO Jobs – CARE International

Job Title:             GBV Case Worker (5 No Experience Jobs)
Organization: CARE
International
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Senior
Initiative Manager
About US:
CARE International is a leading global development and humanitarian
organization. In 2014, CARE worked in 90 countries around the world, supporting
880 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian aid projects, reaching more
than 72 million people. CARE International in Uganda (CARE) works with others
to make a sustainable improvement in the lives of the very poor, with a focus
on women and girls. Our current program focusses on women and girls’ economic
rights, particularly financial inclusion and governance of natural resources
women and girls depend upon, and on their sexual and reproductive health
rights, including a life free of violence. Our programming is guided by our
core values of excellence, accountability, respect, integrity and transparency.
Job Summary: The GBV Case
Worker is responsible for ensuring Safe Spaces are safe space for those seeking
support. The jobholder will provide confidential case management and
psychosocial, support, as well as referrals to other service providers as
needed. The GBV-CW will work with vulnerable women and girls, those at risk of
GBV, and survivors of GBV. The GBV-CW is usually the first point of contact for
those in need.



Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The applicant for the CARE International
    GBV Case Worker job placement should hold a Diploma in Social Sciences,
    Social work and administration, Development studies, gender studies,
    community psychology, Adult and community education, social sciences,
    Education or any other relevant academic discipline. A degree in the above
    fields is an added advantage.
  • Extensive knowledge of GBV prevention and
    response.
  • Working knowledge of case management
    principles.
  • Strong case management experience based on
    survivor-centered approach.
  • Previous experience working with refugees
    and other groups.
  • Familiarity with GBV data collection system
    and safe and ethical guidelines.
  • Ability to work with both adult and child
    survivors.
How to Apply:
All applicants are encouraged to send their application letters clearly
articulating alignment with the above profile and an updated detailed (CV)
giving day time telephone contacts and names and addresses of 3 (three) work
related referees to ugarecruitment@care.org
Deadline: 22nd
December 2017
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