Title: Social Center receptionist
The project “Psychosocial Support and Remedial Education for children of IDPs and Refugees, in the Tawergha camps and Tripoli” aims to ensure girls and boys affected by the crisis have safe access to learning space and psychological support.
The project team is composed as follow: n.1 field coordinator, n.2 team leaders (education and child protection) n.1 education specialist, n.5 social workers, n.1 meal officer and volunteers (outreaches, teachers, animators).
Project areas of intervention:
Cesvi Social Center
Accessible Tawergha camps in Tripoli
Accesible Collective Shelters in Tripoli
Specific tasks and responsibilities:
Be the person responsible for welcoming project beneficiaries and visitors in Cesvi Social Center;
Provide information and present the center and its services;
Sign up new beneficiaries that approach the center in Edu/PSS classes;
Maintains telecommunication by answering the SC hotlines and answering any questions related cesvi service provision, address, directions, and other information;
Support Education unit in classes attendance, lists and monitoring;
Support PSS unit in daily sessions when needed;
Provide PFA to children showing signs of psycho-social distress;
Liaise with, and make referrals to other Cesvi services (CDC) or other agencies;
Represent CESVI in a professional manner in meetings and ensure good cooperation with local partners and other relevant actors;
Participate in multidisciplinary teams, trainings and meetings regarding, for example, GBV and mental health;
Maintain accurate records and prepare reports, document and share lessons learned and best practices;
Maintain the relationship with volunteer’s staff (teachers in the IDP camps, outreaches, animators);
Support in the capacity building of volunteer’s staff and teachers;
Assist in performing other tasks as requested by the Filed coordinator or Education or Child Protection TL.
Duty station: Tripoli.
Field coordinator for overall planning
CP team leader / Education Team leader for relevant technical component
University degree in teaching, social work, social administration, social sciences, development studies, or a relevant field.
General knowledge in child protection and/or GBV minimum standards and gender mainstreaming are an asset.
Good understanding of Protection Principles Reasonable command of English
Good communication skills
Good computer skills especially Microsoft packages.
Good organizational and management skills
Previous experience in UN/INGO is an asset
Positive attitude and very good social skills
Ability to work with minimum supervision
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