Case Worker (Gender Based Violence-GBV)

(National Position)

Position Title
Case Worker (Gender Based Violence-GBV)

Contract period
31 December 2019 with the possibility of extension (subject to funding)

Line Manager
GBV Response Officer

Staff Manager

Based in Cox’s Bazar with daily field visits to the Rohingya Refugee camps

DCA (DanChurchAid) is a Danish humanitarian, non-government and non-profit organisation working in Bangladesh since 1971. DCA (DanChurchAid) is a faith-based, non-missionary organization. We work for the poor, vulnerable and socially excluded communities and believe in life before death.

The DCA Bangladesh invites applications from qualified and competent Bangladeshi candidates for the position of Case Worker (Gender Based Violence-GBV) for Rohingya Response Programme. The selected candidate will receive 6-month contract with possible extension.

Purpose of the job (Brief)

The Case Worker will work as part of the WGSS Team and will be responsible for providing direct case management and psychosocial services, including group-based psychosocial activities through safe space services to conflict-affected women and girls and survivors of GBV.
Key duties and responsibilities include:

Planning and implementation 

  • Provide age-appropriate case management to survivors of GBV, including assessment of survivor’s needs; basic crisis counselling; supporting survivor’s in developing a plan to address their individual needs and safely implementing this plan; support to clients in pursuing services from other service providers as per survivor’s wishes
  • Provide services to adolescent girl survivors of GBV, including case management, age appropriate engagement and decision-making by survivors, Do No Harm analysis, and safety planning
  • Provide group psychosocial support to women and girls; facilitate sessions focused on building awareness of different themes related to their wellbeing, safety planning, and deliver key messages on GBV
  • Provide essential information on available services and support survivors in navigating the referral pathways and accessing services
  • Lead age-appropriate and specialized group emotional services for adolescent girls through identified or established safe spaces.
  • Identify concerns related to and support adherence to GBV referral protocols and GBV guiding principles and bring these concerns to the GBV Response Officer.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders including community leaders and other humanitarian partners and service providers.
  • Document all program and beneficiary’s activity in an accurate and timely manner using standardized tools and forms
  • Complete weekly and monthly activity reports, according to guidance provided by the GBV response Officer other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Professional skills and qualifications needed in the position

  • Bachelor degree in relevant field (Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Gender Studies, etc.) but we preferred for Psychology background and 1 (One) year of relevant experience
  • Experience in counselling, social work, women’s sexual and reproductive health, or others related field
  • Clear understanding of and interest in the wellbeing of women and girls, and supporting their healing after the experience of violence
  • Understanding of case management, psychosocial support and life skills programming to promote survivor healing and recovery
  • Demonstrated understanding of and ability to maintain confidentiality and respect for survivors.
  • Positive and professional attitude, including ability to lead and work well in a team setting
  • Strong ability to maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, and work in a difficult environment


  • Fluency in Rohingya language is required.
  • Good in English and Bangla.

Only online applications consisting of minimum a CV and a cover letter will be considered. 

  • The candidate must have personal commitment to social equity and equal rights and opportunities and adhere to the staff policies of DCA on Sexual Harassment and Anti-Corruption.
  • DCA needs people with excellent interpersonal communication skills and a good team spirit.
  • Willingness to be flexible is essential.
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
  • DCA promotes equal opportunities for women and men from different caste, ethnic and religious backgrounds and encourages them to apply for these posts within DCA.
  • For information about DCA visit


If any technical problem arises to apply using link please notify us at; Ms. Eva Costa

Closing date for applications: 16 June 2019

Application Link: