• Provide individual or group psychological support such as counselling and support groups in Communities.
• Provide capacity building for the community mobilizers and Gender Support Groups on identification and handling of different behaviours during implementation of project activities.
• Support staff and volunteers on the identification and handling of clients in line with principles of psychosocial support.
• Provide support to the curriculum development process for the workshops to ensure that components of psychosocial principles are incorporated.
• Develop technical reports and stories on specific cases identified during the individual psychological support sessions.
• Regularly mentor Gender Support Groups members and conduct monthly meetings.
• Conduct awareness sessions on different topics related to project goals.
• Arrange and conduct seminars, event, coordination meetings and other awareness related activities at targeted Field area.
• Assist Program officers in trainings and other project related activities.
• Conduct Bi annuals exit interviews and GSG capacity assessment as per project need.
• Compile activity reports and data entry.
• Identify and document success stories, best practices and lessons learned.
• Facilitate the community to pass their complaints to the management through CBFRM in a transparent manner.
• Perform other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed in this document are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and not necessarily all inclusive.
• Provide comprehensive case management including: assessment, long-term care plan, progress monitoring and referrals.
• Provide psychological support to cases referred by the team in line with case plan objectives.
• Closely monitor and document the psychological progress of cases referred by the case workers.
• Refer cases and liaise with other stakeholders.
Code of Conduct
• It is our shared responsibility and obligation to prevent matters involving Sexual Exploitation & Abuse, Trafficking in Persons, Child Safeguarding and any suggested violation to our Code of Conduct, which may involve Conflicts of Interest, Fraud, Corruption or Harassment. If you see, hear or are made aware of any suggested activities then you have an obligation to report.
• Desirable: Master’s degree in Psychology or Master’s in Gender studies and relevant disciples can also apply.
• Minimum two years of relevant experience, preferably in humanitarian settings.
• Experience in training & capacity building.
• Familiarity with IASC Guidelines and MHPSS in Emergency Settings.
• Strong writing and communication skills,
• Flexibility and ability to work under pressure, manage time and prioritize work to deadlines,
• Well-developed organization skills,
• Able to work independently, with minimal supervision and under pressure.
• Fluency in English and other regional languages, particularly Pashto.
• Emergency Response
• Maintain flexibility to take on added responsibilities as and when needed.
Candidates who meet the required experience & qualifications for this position will be contacted.
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