The project “Protection and Life Saving Assistance to refugees and asylum seekers in Libya”, funded by UNHCR (AFLBY0025), intends to promote a favorable Protection environment for refugees and asylum seekers in Tripoli. Project activities are provided within the Community Development Center and the Social Centre.
The Psychologist will be in charge of providing Psychosocial Support to refugees and asylum seekers in need of specialized services, with the aim to strengthen their positive coping mechanism and their resilience process.
Specific tasks and responsibilities:
Provide Resilience-Focused PSS to refugees in psychological distress through individual sessions at CDC and group support sessions at the Social Center;
Provide technical support and guidance to CP and GBV Case Worker in dealing with cases of GBV survivors and children victim of violence, exploitation and abuse;
Organize training for and conduct regular coaching to Protection field staff on MHPSS, including provision of PFA, Mental health and Psychosocial wellbeing, and recognition of psychological symptoms related to traumatic experiences;
Participate to weekly case management supervision meetings with CP/GBV Supervisors and Case Workers when requested;
Closely coordinate with Social Center activities coordinator for planning and conduction of awareness-raising activities;
Represent CESVI in a professional manner in meetings and ensure good cooperation with local partners and other relevant actors;
Closely coordinate with CESVI staff in the CDC and the Social Center to ensure proper coordination, including internal referral and follow up of cases;
Submit weekly/monthly activity reports to CESVI management on the progress of psychosocial activities;
Fulfil any other additional taskrequested by the CDC Manager and the CB Protection Officer.
Duty station: Tripoli
Responsible to: S/he will report directly to the CDC Manager and functionally to the CB Protection Officer.
University degree in psychology, social work, social administration, social sciences, development studies, or a relevant field.
At least 1 year experience with UN or Non‐Governmental organizations
Experience in handling cases is an asset.
Trainings in child protection and/or GBV minimum standards and gender mainstreaming are an asset.
Good understanding of Protection Principles and Case Management standards
Good command of written and spoken English.
Good communication skills and ability to conduct training and awareness campaigns
Good computer skills especially Microsoft packages.
Good organizational and management skills.
Ability to work with minimum supervision
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