|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Salary:||As per company salary scale|
|No. Of Jobs:||1|
|Organization:||At least three to four years of practical working experience as a psychosocial supervisor in psychosocial field or at least 2-4 years of working as a psychosocial counselor under close supervision of expert clinical psychologists/ psychologists.|
|Years of Experience:||Till the End of June-2023|
|Contract Duration:||At least three to four years of practical working experience as a psychosocial supervisor in the psychosocial field or at least 2-4 years of working as a psychosocial counselor under close supervision of expert clinical psychologists/ psychologists.|
|Education:||University degree in Psychology, Law or Social Work, and social sciences.|
About Islamic Relief world wide Afghanistan:
A multinational, nonprofit, non-governmental organization that provides humanitarian aid, Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW), is headquartered in Birmingham, United Kingdom. It is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for International Red Cross and Red Crescent Moments and NGOs in Disaster Relief and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. For more than 23 years, Islamic aid has worked in Afghanistan, helping some of the most vulnerable citizens of the nation with emergency aid and life-changing development initiatives. In 1999, Islamic Relief opened its first office in Afghanistan. Since then, the IRA has kept up its support for programs for Ramadan, Qurbani, orphan sponsorship, food security, education, health, and nutrition.
Islamic Relief Worldwide’s internal child safety rules and procedures should be known, understood, and followed.
Manage the case management unit on CPiE (case workers and psychosocial support counselors) in a way that promotes quality and efficiency of work, including the management of logistics and scheduling efficient cooperation.
Assess possible cases for direct protection help in conjunction with psychosocial counselors and case workers, and determine who is qualified for referral based on current service mapping.
- Maintain humanism, neutrality, impartiality, and independence as core humanitarian ideals.
- Always uphold Islamic Relief Worldwide’s principles, both within and outside of work hours.
- Manage and encourage case workers and psychosocial counselors to correctly update the case management directory, record case histories, and adhere to data protection policies.
- To guarantee high-quality protection services, establish an efficient communication structure between members of the protection team and technical managers.
- Manage and encourage caseworkers and PSS to help clients develop individualized care plans while ensuring that protective services (psychosocial counseling, referral, and follow-up) and recreational requirements are taken into account during the case management process;
- Control and assist the team in determining the recipients’ educational requirements.
- Control and encourage case managers and psychosocial counselors to properly carry out all case management plans, making sure all procedures and standards are adhered to.
- Manage and assist the team in building strong connections with partner companies, referral agencies, and recipient families.
- Create a relationship of trust with the recipients.
- Manage the team’s reintegration evaluation, planning, and follow-up for all beneficiaries as needed, making sure that every choice is made with the client’s best interests in mind.
- Assure the Child Protection Programme Officer and Coordinator receives accurate, considerate, and timely reporting.
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University degree in Psychology, Law or Social Work, and social sciences.
an awareness of the fundamentals of humanitarian work, human rights, child safety, and the requirements of Afghan refugees and internally displaced people.
- A desire to study and an interest in human rights and humanitarian action.
- The capacity to think clearly and to evaluate and deliver information in a clear and succinct manner.
- The capacity to take initiative, determine priorities, and work both alone and collaboratively.
- Excellent attention to detail and organized abilities.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
- At least 2-4 years of experience working as a psychosocial counselor under the close supervision of knowledgeable clinical psychologists or psychologists, or at least three to four years of practical experience as a psychosocial supervisor in the psychosocial area.
- Possessing extensive knowledge and expertise in providing psychosocial counseling training and supervisory skills for psychosocial counselors.
- Having a positive learning attitude and strong understanding when undergoing psychosocial therapies.
- Expertise working in cooperation with several stakeholders (GOs, INGOs, and referral services) to ensure the efficacy of the service.
- Knowledge of the IASC Guidelines for Psychosocial Support and Mental Health in Emergency Settings.
- Recognizing the psychosocial assistance requirements of IDPs and refugees in Afghanistan
- Solid command of the English language.
- Professional knowledge in Pashto and Dari, including reading and writing
Interested and qualified national Female candidates should submit a cover letter explaining their motivation and an updated CV to the following link:
The closing date for accepting applications is 25 May 2023.
Please clearly state the Vacancy Announcement number and title of the position you are applying for in the subject line.
Please note that applications received after the closing date will not be considered and only short-listed candidates will be called for an interview.