CP - FPSS Facilitator based in Beirut Area or Surroundings (BML)

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The deadline for submission of CV and Motivation letter is on Wednesday July 3rd, 2024. The interested applicants should send their CV and cover letter to the following email [email protected], mentioning the title of the position applied for and the area they are applying to. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Written Technical Test will be required at the next phase of recruitment, while the shortlisted candidates will also have a Panel interview with the Programs Unit and HR. Recruitment is subject to donor budget confirmation.

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Terre des hommes- Lausanne is seeking a qualified CP - FPSS Facilitator based in Beirut Area or Surroundings (BML).

Only candidates subsiding in the above-mentioned areas with a valid driving license will be considered further in the recruitment process.

The focused Psychosocial Support activities Facilitator has the knowledge and practical skills to carry out focused psychosocial support activities with street-connected children at high risk of vulnerability.

Focused PSS activities will be carried out in line with individual organization and interagency guidelines. This position intends to build the resilience of the most vulnerable street-connected children and youth through psychosocial support activities. The FPSS facilitator implements the activities in a manner that leaves a considerable positive impact on children and youth and promotes their well-being.

Aims of the position are to:

  • Develop and implement age-appropriate psychosocial activities for street-connected children and youth.
  • Strengthening and improving the resilience and well-being of street-connected children at risk.
  • Ensure that all beneficiaries participate in activities that are non-discriminatory as well as age and gender sensitive and appropriate.

Under the management of the Project Officer, the CP – FPSS Facilitator will perform the following tasks:

Job Duties & Responsibilities

Planning and Implementation of Activities:

  • Support the volunteer team in mapping and assessing children to attend Focused PSS activities. Follow up on the HR matters related to the volunteers.
  • Assess the main similar needs/issues faced by the targeted community group of street-connected children.
  • Register and enroll street-connected children in focused psychosocial support activities.
  • Plan, organize, and run activities with street-connected children while facilitating and encouraging the participation of all children.
  • Develop an action plan of PSS activities, topics, and other types of interventions with the group based on a "Group intervention approach".
  • Ensure activities run promptly to ensure the successful implementation of the project.
  • periodically implement these sessions and evaluate each session with the children as well as with the project coordinator.
  • Revise sessions according to each feedback/evaluation and constantly adapt approaches and exercises.
  • Deal with difficult behaviors (conflict, aggressiveness, introversion) and understand the reason behind the behavior to positively communicate with the situation.
  • Ensure Children under her/his responsibility are not exposed to any form of harm or stress during the activities.
  • Promote and ensure the street-connected Children's participation in all activities.
  • Ensure that all activities are done in an appropriate location and in the bus in line with the minimum child-friendly standards.
  • Follow up on the bus schedule and drivers. Coordinate with other partners about the bus schedule and the mapping within Beirut and Mount Lebanon.
  • Document all necessary feedback and provide regular monitoring reports to the project manager on the progress of children and youth.
  • Ensure that parents receive regular feedback and advice on their children's progress and interaction.
  • Ensure that all children and caregivers are aware of any accountability/ complaint mechanism.
  • Establish or support the establishment of community-based child protection committees.
  • Capacitate the community members to engage and enable communities to identify and report on CP issues and concerns.
  • Set up the different activities connected with the community programmes.
  • Plan and identify materials and any kind of support required for every intervention on a weekly basis.
  • Ensure that the beneficiaries who need specific medical or nutritional care are referred internally to the case management department.
  • Assist in the development of new PSS methodologies or/and new PSS M&E tools in coordination with the Senior Technical Program Officer.
  • Review and adjust PSS tools to make sure the relevant, accurate, and up-to-date information is always presented by Tdh and the Inter-Agency guidelines.
  • Suggest modifications of sessions and exercises to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment, based on the feedback of the caregivers and children.
  • Represent Tdh in relevant MHPSS trainings and field visits at sites of intervention with donors and line managers.
  • Support the identification and packaging of PSS advocacy issues.
  • Prepare all the necessary for the various activities well in advance, paying attention to details
  • Ensure that the activities are done in a clean, safe, and hazard-free location.
  • Collaborate in ensuring that the material is appropriately used and later stored safely at the end of the day.
  • Establish a calendar/agenda for intervention for each group of children/youth concerned.
  • Be able to identify children at risk of harm or being harmed and being able to refer them as per the Tdh procedures.
  • Verify the beneficiaries list and presence.
  • Contribute to spreading the messages to the community and beneficiaries (be able to orient and support beneficiaries on services available in the mapping of services and establish positive relationships with beneficiaries).
  • Attend weekly, monthly, and urgent meetings with the team.
  • Be able to provide a correct use of guidelines, tools, material, and games once agreed with the technical team.
  • Ensure effective engagement of children with disabilities in the PSS activities.
  • Participate in the advocacy and campaign required by Tdh such as back to school and Worst Forms of Child Labor etc.


  • Regularly provide field reports, protection monitoring reports, and reports related to project progress to your line manager.
  • Assist in analyzing the data collected and reports both quantitatively and qualitatively.
  • Provide information about progress when required.
  • Report and support the constant evaluation process about the impact of activities on children/youth.
  • Ensure a daily proper recording of data (# of children, youth, adults participating, activities delivered, etc).
  • Provide official and on-time reports for any security and safety incidents.

Communication and Coordination:

  • Keep close coordination and update with the caseworkers and the psychologist.
  • Contribute to creating a positive atmosphere by interacting constructively with colleagues and children/youth and caregivers.
  • Communicate efficiently with the technical team and managers conveying to them ideas and new proposals according to daily observation in dealing with children.
  • Participate in donor visits and promote proper preparation and implementation.
  • Communicate with the stakeholders, partners, and municipalities through regular visits.

Organisational Policies:

  • Respect the Tdh Child Safeguarding Policy (CSP) and its principles of child protection, ensuring it's the policy's implementation and prompt notification of the CSP Focal Point with any information regarding potential breaches of the policy;
  • Is aware of, abides by, and promotes the practices and values set out in all other Tdh policies and procedures such as the Internal regulations, Standard Operating Procedures, and other policies.
  • Undertake all other duties that may be requested by the line manager and that are compatible with the job.
  • Participate actively in weekly and monthly coordination meetings with the line managers.
  • Ensure Do No Harm analyses are carried out and the principle of Do No Harm is observed and upheld in all the engagements of the FPSS Facilitator.


  • Support the other teams and his/her line manager.
  • Undertake all other duties that may be requested by the line manager and that are compatible with the job.

Job Requirements:

Academic Background:  Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology or Sociology.

Experience: At least 2 years of experience working with children and preferably high-risk children and/or refugees/ vulnerable populations.

Technical Competencies:

  • Good Knowledge in Child Protection.
  • Able to deal with Youth from different backgrounds.
  • Quality, montoring and reporting
  • Innovation and Development
  • Respect for the institutional framework


Other Skills:

  • Strong facilitation and organizational skills;
  • Motivated-and ability to work in a team.
  • Strong interpersonal skill.
  • Excellent communication skills (including active listening).
  • Self-management
  • Arabic and English Language skills (not mandatory)
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Having a valid Driving license is madantory


Organizational Competencies:

Personal, Social and Leadership Competencies (PSLC):

  • Self-management: Manages oneself, time and priority, shows flexibility, availability and adaptability. Self-developing, Identifies and expresses development needs.
  • Communication and interaction: Communicates in a clear, concise, responsible way and constructive way. Listens Actively. Shows Negotiation Skills. Manages conflict constructively.
  • Teamwork: Ability to work on team building. Shows solidarity. Cooperates to achieving goals. Supports and advises colleagues. Uses a collaborative attitude within and outside the department. Creates Trust.
  • Mission orientation: Respects the values defined, Courage, Ambition, Respect and Commitment. Represents the Mission of Tdh and contributes to it. Acts in the interest of Tdh.

Technical and methodological competencies (TMC) :

  • Respect for the institutional framework: Knows and respect Tdh working  framework. Knows and applies the business management policies. Reports any incidents or violations. Applies security guidelines.
  • Innovation & Development: Stays informed on any innovation in the field of work, contributes to their development, shares into good practices. Shares Knowledge and helps to develop colleagues.
  • Quality, Monitoring & Reporting: Selects, analyses and manages information, produces high quality reports, respects reporting guidelines. Collects necessary information for professional activities and monitors self-tasks and goals.
  • Language & Computer skills: Masters language that are useful for the job: Fluency in  Arabic and high level of written and spoken English (Ability to write clear, well-argued and high-quality reports. Masters tools and application that are activity specific : Microsoft office

Reports to: Project Officer & Senior Technical Program Officer-MHPSS Focal Point

Location/Travel:  BML and South Areas


Tdh Foundation, Lausanne has a zero tolerance to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of beneficiaries.  Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) is everyone’s responsibility and all staff are required to adhere to the Code of Conduct, that enshrines principles of PSEA, always (both during work hours and outside work hours).  Familiarization with, and adherence to, the Code of Conduct is an essential requirement of all staff.







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Last modified: 
19 Jun, 2024
Intervention Sector(s):
Children & Youth
Application Deadline:
Wednesday, 3 July 2024
Contract Type:
Full Time
Period of Employment:
Duration is till end of December 31, 2024 renewable based on performance and budget availability.
1,300 USD / month
Salary Range:
1200 to 1500 (USD)
Education Degree:
Bachelor Degree
Education Degree Details:
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology or Sociology.
Experience Requirements:
2 to 3 years
Arabic Language:
English Language:
Very Good
French Language:
  • Lebanon
  • Beirut