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الثلاثاء، 3 أبريل 2018


يعلن المجلس النرويجي للّاجئين في عمان عن حاجته الى :

١) Technical ICLA Officer - WR & HLP


Rights Respected, People Protected

NRC in Jordan 
Established in 2012 NRC Jordan’s long-term outlook addresses the problems affecting life as a refugee. We work to build the resilience of Syrians, and to relieve the impact on the Jordanian communities that host them.  Syrian refugees in Jordan are struggling. As they contend with difficult living conditions across the country, the obstacles are complex. They struggle to remain registered as refugees, to provide for their families, and to access essential services – including education for their children. The Jordanian communities that host them, meanwhile, feel the impact of hosting high numbers of refugees – with each year that passes, local infrastructure becomes more strained.

Technical ICLA Officer - Work rights and Housing,Land and Property Rights 
Role Specific Information
NRC ICLA Technical Legal Officer(work rights and Housing,land and Property rights) will act as focal point for work rights and HLP rights, and will support NRC ICLA programme in understanding and engaging in work rights and HLP issues.
The position is key to ensure the quality of services provided by NRC ICLA team and partners, as well as in supporting with the needed research, tools and guidance to promote and protect Syrian refugees' rights.


Generic Responsibilities:
  • Ensure compliance with NRC policies, guidelines and standards.
  • Ensure compliance with Core Competency strategy, tools, handbooks, guidelines and standards.
  • Responsible for implementation of technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Responsible for tracking financial expenditures related to technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Responsible for technical quality control and monitoring of project activities.
  • Ensure project documentation of technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Provide technical support and capacity building towards project staff.
  • Provide technical analysis and feedback to NRC representatives in coordination forums.
  • Assess, promote and document ideas for technical improvement and further program development options.
  • Ensure that projects targets beneficiaries most in need, and explore and assess new and better ways to assist.
  • Promote the rights of internally displaced/returnees in line with the advocacy strategy.
  • IF APPLICABLE: Monitor and document the implementation of project activities done by implementing partners and/or contractors (plan of action activities, contracts, financial expenditures and project documentation).
  • IF APPLICABLE: Conduct quality control and provide technical support to implementing partners and/or contractors

Specific responsibilities
  • Acting as ICLA focal point on work and housing rights engagement within NRC (with other Core Competencies and Protection Unit) and with external stakeholders (ILO, INGOs/NGOS, Cooperatives, Ministry of Labour) under the direct supervision of the ICLA Specialist,
  • Conducting and coordinating legal research on work and housing Jordanian law, rules and regulations,
  • Close liaison with ICLA field staff on work and housing rights issues arising for beneficiaries,
  • Drafting legal and policy briefs on work and housing rights, supporting external consultants preparing reports on work and housing rights and collating data and information on beneficiary needs and protection issues arising in the area of work and housing rights,
  • Participating in external forums on work and housing rights in consultation with ICLA Specialist and other Core Competencies,
  • Focal point NRC work with Cooperatives, trade unions or other relevant actors;
  • Developing ICLA work on CDR around employment and housing disputes in cooperation with key stakeholders, including Tamkeen, and conducing training for ICLA staff,
  • Liaising with NRC external lawyers on work and housing law issues and possible opportunities for programmatic or policy interventions,
  • Support the ICLA Specialist in the development of ICLA thematic strategies in particular on housing and work rights;
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis of ICLA caseload and produce related internal notes and briefings to inform better quality service provision;

Our ideal candidate:
We are looking for a university graduate in  law degree, with a minimum of three years of relevant professional experience and with prior experience of working in complex and volatile contexts.  Knowledge of the Jordanian legal framework and practice, knowledge and experience in international human rights law, experience in liaising and working with national legal aid actors in Jordan with the ability to provide high quality briefs, both written and verbal, to a range of stakeholders, and knowledge/experience in managing partners in Jordan is considered a strong advantage.
Fluency and excellent drafting skills in both Arabic and English are required.
We are particularly looking for a positive individual with strong communication and interpersonal skills, who has excellent report writing skills and who can build trust and confidently navigate both internally and externally at different levels.
In this position, you will join highly motivated and expert staff who are making a difference to the most vulnerable people in the world’s biggest displacement crisis.


Additional Information:
Contract period: Through to 31st December 2018
Salary/benefits: 1347 JOD (subject to social security and Income tax)
Duty station: Amman (with travels in-country)
NRC may be required to verify the identity of its partners and to check that its partners have not been involved in illegal activities.
NRC reserves the right to use electronic screening tools for this purpose.

NB: Please enter your specific city of residency in Jordan in your application


٢) Technical ICLA Officer - Training & CD
Technical ICLA Officer - Training and Capacity Development
Role Specific Information
NRC ICLA Training and capacity development technical officer will support NRC ICLA programme in building the capacity of the ICLA team and ICLA implementing partners through developing trainings, and delivering them. The position is key to ensure the quality of the training packages and development needs for NRC’s team and partners.

Generic Responsibilities:
  • Ensure compliance with NRC policies, guidelines and standards.
  • Ensure compliance with Core Competency strategy, tools, handbooks, guidelines and standards.
  • Responsible for implementation of technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Responsible for tracking financial expenditures related to technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Responsible for technical quality control and monitoring of project activities.
  • Ensure project documentation of technical activities of Core Competency project(s).
  • Provide technical support and capacity building towards project staff.
  • Provide technical analysis and feedback to NRC representatives in coordination forums.
  • Assess, promote and document ideas for technical improvement and further program development options.
  • Ensure that projects targets beneficiaries most in need, and explore and assess new and better ways to assist.
  • Promote the rights of internally displaced/returnees in line with the advocacy strategy.
  • IF APPLICABLE: Monitor and document the implementation of project activities done by implementing partners and/or contractors (plan of action activities, contracts, financial expenditures and project documentation).
  • IF APPLICABLE: Conduct quality control and provide technical support to implementing partners and/or contractors

Specific responsibilities
  • Contribute to ICLA quality programming, by coordinating ICLA internal development processes and capacity building initiatives 
  • Support in the identification of ICLA programme capacity development needs and provide technical advice on systematic methods for technical capacity building interventions 
  • In coordination with Partnership Technical Officer, ensure timely implementation and follow up of Capacity Building Plans agreed with Implementing Partners and identify further mutual learning opportunities
  • Develop standard internal and external training material and
  • Draft reports NRC ICLA internal and external training activities
  • Coordinate the provision of ToT for ICLA staff in charge of delivering internal and external trainings
  • Monitor internal and external training and capacity building activities and ensure relevant databases/tracking tools are up-to-date
  • Identify opportunities for mutual training activities between NRC ICLA and implementing partners and support the Specialist in overseeing the quality of the trainings delivered 
  • In coordination with the NRC ICLA Technical Legal Professional, update NRC ICLA case worker manual and related technical guidance documents, incorporating best practices and ensuring up to date knowledge management
  • Provide and coordinate with other NRC Departments for the provision of technical assistance to implementing partners and their staff

Our ideal candidate:
We are looking for a university graduate in social science or law degree, with a minimum of three years of relevant professional experience and with prior experience of working in complex and volatile contexts.  Knowledge of the Jordanian legal framework and practice, knowledge and experience in international human rights law, experience in liaising and working with national legal aid actors in Jordan with the ability to provide high quality briefs, both written and verbal, to a range of stakeholders, and knowledge/experience in managing partners in Jordan is considered a strong advantage.
Fluency and excellent drafting skills in both Arabic and English are required.
We are particularly looking for a positive individual with strong communication and interpersonal skills, who has excellent report writing skills and who can build trust and confidently navigate both internally and externally at different levels.
In this position, you will join highly motivated and expert staff who are making a difference to the most vulnerable people in the world’s biggest displacement crisis.


Additional Information:
Contract period: Through to 31st December 2018
Salary/benefits: 1347 JOD (subject to social security and Income tax)
Duty station: Amman (with travels in-country)
NRC may be required to verify the identity of its partners and to check that its partners have not been involved in illegal activities.
NRC reserves the right to use electronic screening tools for this purpose.

NB: Please enter your specific city of residency in Jordan in your application