- Recruiting project beneficiaries in collaboration with Project Managers
- Provide BCC and life skills interventions such as Life skills , Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) on gender based violence , HIV, SRH, violence and COVID 19
- Provide parenting training for parents
- Provide psychosocial support to children to prepare them for reintegration.
- Provide counselling and therapeutic interventions for the children
- Provide training Life Skills training for the children at the Lighthouse
- Participate in regular child care reviews to assess the progress of children through the Hope for Justice programmes
- Travel to rural areas to reunify children with their families and follow them up
- Provide families during the reunification process with training in effective parenting and child protection as well as emotional/psycho-social support to care for their children within the family.
- Provide families with IGA grant and small business skills training to strengthen the families’ economic stability if necessary.
- Provide older children who growing in independence and learning skills with support to manage their own lives independently
- Conduct awareness raising in the community about dangers of domestic work, trafficking, child labor.
- Complete any other assessments of children/families as requested by Country Programmes Director
- Keep good, accurate and confidential records of all counselling sessions
- Make appropriate professional referrals for children who require psychiatric assessment/treatment
- Implement all project activities according to Hope for Justice work policies
- Work closely with government officials, community leaders and project partners to ensure the best outcomes are achieved.
- Assist in timely submission of quarterly, semi-annual and final reports for donors and government.
- Maintain proper documentation of the project documents and reports.
- Participates in site visits as necessary and facilitate logistical support for trips
- Ensure monthly reports of activities are sent to MEL team
- Maintain policies, procedures and systems that provide the requisite safeguarding measures for children accessing our services in collaboration with the Country DSO.
-Uphold and work within Hope for Justice’s policies and procedures, including Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Child & Vulnerable Adult Protection policies.
- Promote Hope for Justice’s core values of Honoring, Openness, Professionalism and Empowerment across the organization and partners
- Undertake any other duties, as appropriate to the post, as delegated by Project Manager
- Represent the organization in different review meeting, workshop and network meetings.
- BA Degree in Social Science, Psychology or related
- At least 3 years’ experience working in a project position
- Experience working with vulnerable children and families
How to Apply
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All qualified candidates must fill below table and including your CV & Application letter (2- 3-page CV) with recent experience letter and credential document to Hope for Justice, [email protected] before 21 of March 2022.