ROLES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Receive cases in need of psychosocial supports from IDPs and other PoCs.
- To fill all relevant forms related to clients such as the Case intake form authorization letter and consent form.
- To be tactful and have strong interpersonal skills and communication.
- At least 02 years experience of work as a clinical psychosocial counselor.
- Holding a psychosocial counselor diploma or psychology degree.
- Keeping all records confidential.
- To facilitate IDPs shock affected individual and communities.
- To work closely with IDPs and the local community to detect shock-affected individuals and refer them for further assistance.
- To conduct a regular follow-up of the IDPs and local community.
- To conduct regular M&E visits to the community to identify the IDPs and work with the community.
- To ensure confidentiality including all client records are safe and secure.
- Try best to protect IDPs and the local community from further harm.
- To assist IDPs in designing a Safety Plan for life-threatening situations
- Report on weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis and ad hoc to immediate supervisor.
- Attend all relevant meetings requested by the supervisor relevant to the project goals.
- Maintaining a close relationship with other partner organizations working within the districts and provinces.
- At least completed one-year psychosocial counseling training and preferences will be given to those who had graduated from psychology faculty.
- Experience using MS Windows, MS Office packages (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) required.
- Additional experience may substitute for some education.
How to Apply:
Interested Afghan applicants should submit their CVs along with cover letter indicating their interest and suitability for the position. Please indicate the vacancy number (VA# 1042 Psychosocial Counselor) clearly in the Subject line and send to: email@example.com