The consultant will strengthen the capacity of case workers in GBV case management. The consultant will develop and deliver trainings in different locations across Libya to case workers supported by International Medical Corps.
Background: International Medical Corps began GBV prevention and response activities in Libya in April 2011, during the heart of internal conflict. Over the last year, IMC has worked with communities in transition toward more comprehensive GBV prevention and response activities. With support from the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women, International Medical Corps is currently working with civil society and government partners to combat GBV and to provide focused services for vulnerable women and survivors of violence. Case management services will be delivered through partner NGOs and by social workers with the Ministry of Social Affairs.
Responsibilities and deliverables: All tasks and responsibilities are to be within the timeline of the UNTF-funded project in Libya with full support of Libya GBV program manager and in collaboration of the Libyan authorities to fulfill identified gaps and to achieve the following:
• Organize and lead trainings for case workers, adapted for both new recipients and experienced social workers • Develop case management systems, including processes for case intake, follow up and review • Develop systems for safe documentation and sharing of information • Develop tools for assessing client satisfaction and train staff and case workers on use of tools • Prepare training reports and provide regular updates to program management. • Prepare an end-of-assignment report outlining accomplishments, challenges and recommendations for further interventions.
Qualifications: • Advanced degree in social work, psychology or similarly appropriate educational/professional background • Experience in gender-based violence programming, including experience with case management • Experience organizing and leading trainings • Experience in direct support of survivors of sexual violence • Experience in the Middle East, Africa or similar contexts preferred • Arabic language skills strongly preferred