Local Integration Officer
Local Integration Officer

No. of positions: 1

Duty station: Pris(h)tina


Main duties and responsibilities:


·         Stay abreast of political, social, economic and cultural developments that have an impact on the protection environment pertaining refugees.

·         Advocate for and monitor the development and implementation of laws and doctrine pertaining to refugees.

·         Provide social and economic advice on issues pertaining to refugee integration.

·         Engage with external partners and stakeholders, including governments, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, etc, on issues related to refugee integration.

·         Handle individual cases and situations raising special needs on integration.

·         Assist in the supervision and oversight of integration and integration-related activities to promote full compliance with applicable laws and guidelines.

·         Undertake an assessment of client needs of new refugees.

·         Provide counseling to refugees.

·         Monitor the level of integration of refugees, identify protection gaps and intervene.

·         Initiate and carry out regular case reviews as required to ensure refugees are on the right path to achieve their potential.

·         Conduct research on public attitude towards refugees and report any xenophobic pattern identified.

·         Assist in initiatives to advocate with and support Government authorities and partners to establish and strengthen fair and efficient integration procedures.

·         Support the development and implementation of integration training initiatives for Government authorities and partners.

·         Undertake training and development activities as required to develop skills and abilities which will enable the integration officer to fulfil the purpose of the role and support the success of refugee integration.

·         Deliver outreach services in a variety of community settings.

·         Produce comprehensive reports on bi-annual and ad-hoc basis;

·         Should have capacity to support on other issues given by Coordinator.




Eligibility Requirements:


·         University Degree in Social Sciences (Faculty of Law, Economic, Sociology, Philosophy, Philological etc)

·         Fluency in written and spoken English

·         Good writing and communication skills

·         At least two years working experience

·         Good knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel and familiar with Internet and other software

·         Valid driving licence


To apply, please submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter by January 12th, 2020 at 16:00 hrs, through email address: reception@crpkosovo.org


Only short-listed candidates will be invited for the interview.