The Reintegration Officer, under the direct supervision of Reintegration Manager, implements reintegration component (Reintegration Project) under the current project and supports the team in managing, implementing and monitoring the project activities in order to develop and forward efficient strategies towards the goal of reintegrating the trafficked and displaced children with their families, within their communities when circumstance permits it.
Research families of the children in the concerned district and conduct interviews of identified families, children and actors.
Assessment of the situation of community including but not limited to, school, health post, transportation, food etc. and situation of concerned family, i.e. incomes, expenditure, safety, health, security, resources etc.
Provide recommendations toward reintegration for each concerned child.
Reunify children with their families of origin, or when not possible within their communities through kinship, foster family or any other suitable alternative options.
Monitor reunited children to ensure his/her safety and long term care, and adjustment within his/her community.
Manage all the family support provided to those families and develop appropriate procedures to provide family support in need.
Prepare provisional budget and action plans as per operational procedures.
Represent CoCoN in all required meetings and trainings.
Prepare monthly report summarizing all the activity.
Maintain and update on the computer as required all information on children's profile, family visits and assessment completed (Document with photographs on all families, children and community in the database)
Ensure that the legal requirements to reunify concerned children are met.
Liaise with concerned stakeholders, i.e. Government Official, Local Representatives, I/NGOs, HPs, DPs and existing supportive networks.
Monitor the sustainability of all the activities and the security of each child involved in the project.
Hire, manage, and supervise support staff needed and ensure security while in the field.
Computer literacy with updated knowledge on MS office package
Minimum 3 years of working experience in the field of human rights with prime focus on reintegration or/and child rights and child protection issues.
At least +2 or equivalent degree from a reputed university (Bachelor Degree in Social Science preferred)
Effective written and oral communication skills with good command in English and Nepali languages.
Ability to work in a multi-functional team.
Flexibility and ability to multi-tasking under adverse circumstances.
Working Days / Hours
The post holder is required to work for 42 hours per week (8.5 hours per day starting from 0900 hrs. to 1730 hrs. including half hour lunch break) on a regular basis during his/her Office stay and s/he will be required to work 70 % his/her working hours in the fields which could be mostly remote areas of Nepal. The nature of the work may require additional time and effort, and s/he may be requested for the same.
Other details :
Term - 1 Year (probability of extension up on the availability of fund)
Probation Period: 3 Months
Salary and other benefits: As per the policy of the organization
Interested candidates are requested to send their application (motivational letter) along with updated CV through an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or before 1700 hrs. 19 January 2018.
Applications from qualified / experienced and committed individuals who have willingness to travel in remote areas of Nepal for frequent field visits are highly encouraged. CoCoN is an equal opportunity organization and offer good opportunities for working, learning and sharing within its dynamic team.
Please indicate the position title while applying for on the subject of your application.