Psychologists : Bekaa / or Saida ( 2 staff)
Interested candidates are requested to send their resume and cover letter to [email protected] by October 4th 2020.
Kindly mention in the subject the position you are applying for, adding one of the two regions mentioned. Your resume will be reviewed and Dawaer will contact you soon if your profile is considered for the job vacancy.
Position objective :
The psychologist role is to conduct psychosocial support trainings for youth and organize, lead and supervise peer to peer activities with children and adolescents.
- The psychologist will report to the Project coordinator.
- He/ She will work closely with the Project coordinator, and Dawaer team
Duties and responsibilities:
- Conduct psychosocial support/psychological first aid trainings.
- Prepare tools and materials needed for the trainings
- Organize, supervise, and facilitate the peer to peer activities conducted by youth
- Submit weekly reports to the Project coordinator
- Coordinate with the social worker and assist in planning and implementing assessments and surveys as required
- Attend required meetings
- Reflect vision and values of Dawaer when interacting with youth, volunteers, and beneficiaries
- Perform other relevant duties as required.
- Ability to facilitate support group sessions
- Ability to provide follow-up and to monitor as per mental health professional’s recommendations
- Ability to conduct a full assessment of a person’s needs
- Excellent computer skills (Word & excel)
- Passion for and understanding of humanitarian issues
- Excellent and inspiring communicator
- Self- motivated, and adaptable to different cultures and people.
- Experience in providing support to communities on Peace Building and Social Cohesion
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Good communication and reporting
Experience and Knowdge:
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent related to Psychology, social worker and related fields.
- Previous experience in Psychology OR in social work OR in nursing with previous experience in mental health and psychosocial support