The psychosocial Case Worker is responsible to maintain close relationship with the communities to facilitate a smooth program and project implementation and raise awareness on GBV and mental health. Facilitate awareness creation measures and facilitate responses to conflict as a tool to enable their participation in their development process.
Responsibilities and Tasks
- Map communities and identify locations where maximum number of women and men can be reached through community education sessions on psychosocial and GBV issues.
- Support her supervisor on leading and supervising trainings on psychosocial for project staff and community.
- Enhance community awareness on GBV and mental health.
- Work with supervisor in planning and implementing activities related to psychosocial counseling and GBV services for group counseling and individual counseling session.
- Facilitate weekly psychosocial committee meetings (psychosocial focal points, volunteers, and community Shura members) to discuss progress challenges and solutions. Submit a report on these activities at the end of each month.
- Support her supervisor to ensure monitoring of psychosocial counseling activities through regular field visit program monitoring and assist planning and monthly reports.
- Provide technical support to the psychosocial team for proper implementation of the project.
- Perform any other tasks as assigned by the supervisor that are within the general scope of the described responsibilities.
- Provide relevant information on the performed psychosocial counseling and GBV services and submit to supervisor and data entry officer, ensuring correct data is submitted on time.
- Coordinate with project staff and communities in the districts level for the organization and implementation of psychosocial GBV related activities.
- Support her supervisor to monitor the project activities document evidence of positive change and challenges and incorporate the evidence in to reports and documentation.
- Any other official task given by line manager.
ActionAid is a global alliance of organizations, working towards achieving a world without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys the right to a life with dignity. We work in more than 40 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas and our expertise lies in community-led development, working through partnerships with people living in poverty and their organizations. We work with the poor and excluded sections of the society using human rights based development approach. Our Country Strategy for Afghanistan titled ‘PEOPLE’S POWER FOR INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE’ for the period 2018-2022 focuses on improving resilient food security and also advancing grassroots democratic governance among, other strategic priorities, wherein women and girls’ needs are central to all of our work.
Education & Training:
- Bachelor’s degree in the field of psychosocial
- 3 years’ experience in psychosocial counseling, mental health assistants including working with vulnerable women and adolescent girls.
- Experience in psychosocial counseling, mental health assistants including working with vulnerable women and adolescent girls.
- Team player with high level of facilitation skill.
- Ability to work hard and long, self-driven.
- Hard worker under the high-pressure situation.
Psychosocial Case Worker -756
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
3 years of relevant experience
35,000 AFN/Month including all benefits
If you have the expertise to take on this exciting opportunity, please apply online by sending your CV and motivation cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org before July 31, 2021. Please clearly indicate Psychosocial Case Worker -756 in the subject of your email, otherwise your application will not be considered. ActionAid Afghanistan will review the applications on an ongoing basis, thus applicants are strongly advised to make applications at the earliest.
ActionAid Afghanistan welcomes applications from all sections of the community and promotes diversity. Although all applications will be considered on their individual merit, suitably qualified women candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
Due to high volumes of applications received, we can only correspond with short listed applicants. Should you not have received feedback on your application within two weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. ActionAid Afghanistan will not consider unsolicited candidates from recruitment agencies. We reserve the right to withdraw any of our vacancies at any time.