CBCP in Emergencies Project Manager

The CBCP in Emergencies Project Manager will sit within the Resilience Practice Area at Plan International USA. This person will be responsible for the administration, technical leadership, implementation, and reporting for Plan International’s USAID/OFDA grant improving the protective environment for children, young people and their families affected by conflict and disaster through strengthened community-based child protection approaches in line with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action. They will also contribute significantly to inter-agency work as part of the Community Based Child Protection in Emergencies Task Force under the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.

The CBCP in Emergencies Project Manager is responsible for the implementation and final deliverables of Plan International’s OFDA grant improving the protective environment for children, young people and their families affected by conflict and disaster through strengthened community-based child protection approaches in line with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action on behalf of the inter-agency Community Based Child Protection in Emergencies Task Force under the Alliance for Child Protection Humanitarian Action. The Project Manager (PM) will be based in their home country, Washington, DC or London, and travel up to 40% to pilot countries.