The outreach worker is responsible to motivate and mobilize the communities, assist them to learn to self-manage community investments, contributions and projects through direct support as well as capacity building activities. Working as part of a gender-balanced team, the position requires the ability to work constructively with a wide variety of people in a rural and urban setting, with all vulnerable groups.
Develop and maintain strong community relationships;
Assess and report on community needs with the rest of the team to achieve programs objectives;
Carry out community mobilization and assist the team in capacity building activities with community members;
Incorporate participatory principles into community-level emergency response activities;
Ensure non-partisan, culturally and socially to advise the team in appropriate implementation of project.
Contribute to feasibility studies, surveys and need assessments.
Establish new contacts with communities as well as revive old ones.
Conduct community committee’s training, field visits, training sessions, campaigns, meetings with local leaders and women’s groups;
Assist with general program operations and field-based activity;
Assist with development and implementation of staff and community training curriculum and materials, if needed.
Carry out community-based mobilization and other related activities, adhering to project work plan and ensuring consistent implementation across the project area;
Seek to create constructive working environment for community participants and field team, and encourage, facilitate, and mediate nonviolent conflict resolution and problem solving;
Identify areas where communities need support, and facilitate access to resources;
S/he will perform any other tasks requested by the Supervisor in the framework of the activities foreseen by INTERSOS program in Libya.
Uphold the INTERSOS Code of Conduct and policies;
Ensure the respect of the core humanitarian principles: neutrality, impartiality, independence and humanity and the respect of the “do no harm” principle of humanitarian action.
Strictly follow the internal procedures and guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs);
JOB REQUIREMENTS AND SKILLS
University degree in Science, Community Development, Psychology or Social Work degree and/or equivalent practical field experience;
Mandatory experience with a national or international NGO, for at least 1 year, in protection and education related sectors,
Mandatory experience in children related projects;
Experience in emergency projects is an asset;
Mandatory training in community mobilization and rehabilitation;
Excellent communication skills with variety of people, and express oneself in a clear and concise way;
Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills;
Strong organizational skills and ability to manage efficiently multiple priorities, deadlines and tasks with attention to details;
Excellent Arabic spoken and written language skills. Ability to communicate and write in English is mandatory;
Good command of MS Office package would be an asset;
Excellent team working skills and ability to work in a multicultural environment and under pressure is Necessary;
Ability to work under high pressure.
HOW TO APPLY
Please apply using an up-to-date CV with job title (Outreach Worker Tripoli) as the subject of the email to the following email address: email@example.com
Kindly note that any email not including (Outreach Worker Tripoli) as its subject, will be disqualified.
We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Application closes on 31st January 2020 at midnight. We would encourage all applicants to apply early as this vacancy may close earlier than the stated closing date once we receive sufficient applications.
Due to the large number of applications, only the pre-selected candidates will be contacted
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