World Vision Bangladesh – Cox’s Bazar Special Zone
- The Clinical Psychologist will provide technical support to the implementation of overall project activities of MHPSS especially the PM+ through existing GBV activities in collaboration with WV GBV team (response officer, case worker, case management facilitators). The Clinical Psychologist will lead the project team and ensure the overall interventions are technically sound, take into accounts best practices, and are appropriately meeting the needs of target beneficiaries e.g. Person With Disabilities, women, girls and men in the targeted refugee sites.
- The Clinical Psychologist will directly report GBV Sector Lead and work closely with Response Team, Partners, other sector leads, Finance, SCM, Coms, MEAL and Programs to ensure the elements of the projects is within the required standards.
- Coordinate project response staffs and provide support to all camps where WV GBV projects are rolling on.
- Lead on MHPSS needs analysis
- Design community and staff consultations on MHPSS gaps and needs.
- Develop, contextualize and adapt new PSS resources based on findings from community consultations including with adolescents, men and women that are gender, age and ability sensitive.
- Provide coaching and mentoring to PSS facilitators and their supervisors.
- Support implementation of Response strategy activities across all project, sectors.
- Provide technical leadership in GBV prevention and response programming, supporting and empowering partners and WV staff to creative, effective and comprehensive programming.
- Provide training and capacity building to GBV, protection staff and other stakeholders on: Basic supportive listening skills and psychological first aid (PFA); Signs of mental health conditions and distress; Referral mechanisms and information-sharing protocols; and global guidelines.
- Collect feedback from implementers and modify, incorporate into content accordingly.
- Assess PSS and GBV protection capacity building needs within WVI and its’ partners and support the development of a capacity building plan and its roll-out.
- Ensure PSS interventions are informed by sector identified priorities and integrate key messages from all sectors for a holistic approach and in collaborations with the Psychologist ensure the PM+ Approach is mainstreamed into all PSS interventions.
- Contribute to reporting on MHPSS interventions whether to donors, internally or inter- agency level
- Ensure GBVIMS data is collected and submitted to the cluster in a professional and confidential manner
- Budget preparations to ensure cost of project initiatives are appropriately budgeted.
- Ensure procurement and spending is aligned with the technical needs of the program.
- Track and manage project budget lines.
- Ensure timely reporting in line with the donors requirements.
- Work at office
- Master degree in Clinical Psychology/ Counseling Psychology/ Psychology with relevant professional training.
- At least 2 year(s)
- Clear Understanding on PSS, MHPSS, PM+.
- Knowledge on Humanitarian Response
- Good conceptual and practical skill to write reports, project concept paper and design documents of the project.
- Good knowledge and skills on project management
- Baseline survey, Evaluation and Monitoring process and tools.
- Good facilitation skill of Training, Seminar and Advocacy programs.
- Experience to lead/coordinate Consortium projects
- Deep knowledge in Structured PSS, disability inclusion, GBV/protection and Wash sector. Experience in preparing DIP, ITT, Monitoring plan, procurement plan, Cash flow etc.
- Chittagong/Rohingya and Bengali language skills will add value. Very Good command in English both written and verbal is essential.
- Decision making and conflict resolution skills
- Competent in using MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint presentation
- Ability to work under stressful condition and adaptive to local culture and situation
- Minimum of 2 years working experiences in the relevant field as Psychologist/Clinical Psychologist/ Counseling Psychologist
- World Vision is committed to first do no harm to children or adult beneficiaries, to respect the rights of all beneficiaries, and to uphold the best interests of children as a primary consideration in all actions and decisions; accordingly all the recruits will go through specific checks and compliance procedures in accordance to its Child and Adult Safeguarding Policy.
- World Vision Bangladesh has zero tolerance towards incidents of violence or abuse against children or adults, including sexual exploitation or abuse, committed either by employees or others affiliated with our work. World Vision Bangladesh as Child Safe Organization discourages anyone to apply with prior record of conviction related with child neglect, abuse and exploitation.
Cox’s Bazar (Ukhia)
Compensation & Other Benefits
- Medical allowance, Weekly 2 holidays
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