Monday, 25 June 2012

Tdh Psychosocial Trainer Job in Kenya

Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh) is an international NGO focussed on Child Rights. 
To support the development of its Child Protection programme in Garissa County, Tdh is encouraging applications from Kenyan nationals for the role of:

Psychosocial Trainer


Reporting to: Child Protection Project Manager
Duty station: Dadaab, Garissa County
Contract duration: 9 months (with 3-month probation period)

Main responsibilities:
  • To be responsible, under the supervision of the Child Protection Project Manager, for psychosocial training for animators in a community centre.
  • To coordinate psychosocial activities for children, youth, girls, adults in the community centre and provide on-the-job training to animators conducting the activities.
  • To provide training to teachers and other camp based actors on Child Protection and Psychosocial support.
  • To participate and take lead in awareness and sensitisation activities organised in the refugee camp.
Requirements:
  • Minimum diploma-level education in related field (child protection, education, sociology, ECD..).
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in projects supporting children with a CFS, recreation or ECD component.
  • Strong experience as a trainer for various community groups required.
  • Proven ability to develop training manuals using participative and creative methodology.
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili. Ability to communicate in Somali is an asset.
Application modalities:

Qualified and interested candidates should submit a covering letter, CV, references, and copies of academic and professional certificates. 
Applications should be addressed to the Child Protection Program Manager and submitted to:

Terre des hommes, P.O Box 13668 - 00800 Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
Tdh Office in Garissa

They can also be emailed to cppm.ke@tdh.ch

Closing date for these positions is 4th July 2012.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for a written test and interview.

Tdh’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to protect children’s rights, which includes the prevention of all forms of child abuse. 
Tdh is an equal opportunity employer. 
Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

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