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Child Protection Field Officer

Job Description


This position will follow up on the quality of the activities implemented on the field at AP level. He/she will do the appropriate follow up, coaching of the relevant staff, training them and the partners on the CP standards, CSO requirements and other CP tools and approaches as well as liaising with field local stakeholders.


% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected

CSO requirements

NO and ADP staff have good understanding of their roles and responsibilities when it comes to CP incidents, referrals and policies.


Ensure all Protection and CP cases of are properly referred and documented.


Ensure all incident reports are finalized on time and shared with the National Level Technical Programme Coordinator


Provide and oversee the implementation of Child Protection Standards and Child Safe Organization Requirements on a field level (staff regular CP policy orientation and mainstreaming of CP in departments)

Implementation Support

ADP develops and implements high quality CP programs in alignment with Core Principles, CP standards and development approaches.


Ensure the TP log frame activities are done in a timely manner


Ensure CP standards are included in all DIPs.


Conduct regular spot checks to all projects in the field to ensure CP standards are in place.


Provide oversight and supervision for purchasing appropriate technical material.


Ensure, when necessary, regular spot checks to other Response projects mainstreaming Humanitarian Protection.

Trainings and capacity building

WV ADP staff and partners are trained on all CP project models and other basic topics related to Child Protection.


Plan and provide for Capacity Building for staff to implement the CP project models in all ADPs


Provide training for all staff on CP policy, behavioral protocols and Safe Identification and Referrals.


Provide, when necessary, capacity building for staff managing or implementing CP projects. It includes CP in emergencies, MHPSS, Active Parenting, community based approach, mobilizing communities and other project specific skills.


Provide training, when necessary, for all staff on Humanitarian Protection Mainstreaming, PSEA, ICRC principles and Safe Identification and Referrals.

Other duties


Participate, when possible and necessary, in coordination meetings at local Level with CP and Protection Stakeholders, CPWG, PWG and other coordination meetings and workshops.


Review TORs and meet with relevant consultants


Ensure regular coordination with the Technical Programme Coordinator.



  • Technical diploma or university degree preferably in social work or community development fields

  • Bachelor degree in Social Work or any other related area

  • Creative and able to come up, embrace and coordinate innovative thinking, partnership building and problem solving skills;

  • Requires an understanding & experience and willing to take initiatives in the following areas:

    • Humanitarian Protection Principles, Minimum Standards and Guidelines

    • Child Protection, System Approach – an overview and in depth knowledge of psychosocial, child abuse and neglect issues

    • Advocacy on the Rights of the Child including the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child (both in national and community level

    • Child Development

    • Adult Education Skills

    • Community based psychosocial program

    • Children in Crisis

  • Good analytical and writing skills;

  • Good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural sensitivity, abilities to work as a team

  • Effective in written and oral communication; in English

  • Able to work multifunctional tasks in the pressure of time and the of the changing organisation procedures

  • Computer literacy; Strong computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint

  • One to three years of technical coordination experience

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or any other related area

  • Experience in capacity building processes, tools and methodologies

  • Experience participating in program assessment, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation processes

  • Experience with faith, community based and child focused empowerment programs

  • 80% field work and 20% office based