Organization For Welfare and Development in Action Mental health and Psycho-social support officer Jobs in Ethiopia
Organization For Welfare and Development in Action Mental health and Psycho-social support officer Jobs in EthiopiaPurposeMental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) officer is responsible for the overall implementation of MHPSS intervention.
He/she is responsible to support people who are experiencing stress in targeted isolation or treatment centers, follow mental well-being of service providers, support families and care takers.
Ensure care for victims of violence like GBV, sexual exploitation.
He/she is responsible for planning and implementing and reporting of the MHPSS activities.
She/he will be responsible for the Daily/weekly/monthly implementation MHPSS services in collaboration with the other staff members and will Provide on job training for the Health Extension Workers and Community platforms in order to be strengthened the MHPSS.
Participate in the planning of MHPSS activities and other health service activities to ensure integration of MHPSS response.
Conduct mental health beneficiary’s targeting in the health facilities including isolation and treatment centers of COVID19
Provide and support mental healthcare services including COVID19 isolation centres
Provide first aid and support to people who are experiencing stress related to psychological
Support for groups of displaced and returnee’s peoples in isolation and other targeted health facilities through MHPSS intervention.
Provide Counseling to families who has emotional stress due to COVID-19, GBV and sexual exploitation
Support for victims of violence like GBV, sexual or physical violence
Ensure Supportive communication for suspected or confirmed cases of COVID19 in everyday interactions in targeted health facilities
Develop/adapt key message to address MHPSS issues, reducing stigma related to the outbreak and child protection and how to communicate children in health education
Provide on job capacity building, formal training and coaching for local health workers
In collaboration with the project coordinator, ensure timely preparation and implementation of hander over strategy to local governments.
Adherence to maternal health treatment protocols and procedures for women and new born.
Coordination & Representation
Actively develop and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders, and other relevant actors, in consultation with the project Coordinator
Represent OWDA and attend the meeting accordingly and share meeting update with health mental health psychological social support with project.
Timely Communication with staffs, communities, advise them according to the situation
Technical Skills, Experience & Knowledge
Degree in public health, social work or psychology for 2 years of experience
Good communication skills with excellent
knowledge of computer reporting skills
Commitment to and understanding of OWDA's aims, values and principles
Fluent in written and spoken English, knowledge of Somali language is a precondition.
Interested to work in remote area.
How to Apply
Interested applicants who meet the above requirements should submit their electronic application letter and CV through email@example.com or hardcopy to OWDA; Jijiga Offices before the above set deadline.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Women are particularly encouraged to apply!!
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