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Monday, December 18, 2017

5 GBV Case Workers Job at Care International - Career Opportunity in Uganda

Vacancy title:
5 GBV Case Workers

Jobs at:
Care International

Deadline of this Job:
22nd December 2017

Duty Station:
Arua and Yumbe

About CARE International
Care International has been active in Uganda since 1969 and working in the country continuously since 1979, implementing a {diverse portfolio of programs and projects ranging from emergency services to economic development and civil society building. Our current programming targets Women, Girls and youth as well as vulnerable groups such as the extreme poor, internally displaced people, children to provide assistance and opportunities for empowerment and sustainable development through addressing the underlying causes of poverty grounded on careful and thorough analysis of power relations between different groups in society and the local context in which they live and work. Our programming is guided by our core values of transformation, integrity, Diversity, Equality and excellence CARE international in Uganda seeks to recruit highly motivated and qualified development professionals with genuine commitment to gender equality and women and girls‘ rights to fill up the following position;

Post: 5 GBV Case Workers-Arua and Yumbe
The GBV Case Worker (GBV-CW) is responsible for ensuring that Safe Spaces are safe space for those seeking support. The GBV- CW 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.

Job and Person Specification (Requirement)
Minimum of 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. Knowledge of GBV prevention and response. Knowledge of case management principles. Strong case management experience based on survivor- centered approach. 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.

Job application procedure
Candidates who are interested in the above jobs should submit an updated CV and Application latter giving a day time telephone contact and names, telephone contacts and email addresses of 3 (three) work related referees Only through our recruitment email  clearly indicating the job title in the email subject. CVs will be received until the 22nd December 2017.
For any questions please call our office on 0312258100I121