Kurdistan Save the Children

PSS Facilitator

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Job Overview

About KSC:  

Kurdistan Save the Children (KSC), established in 1991, is a non-profit organization based in Sulaymaniyah, dedicated to providing assistance without regard to race, gender, traditions, political, or religious affiliation. Our non-political and non-sectarian approach guides our work with children, focusing on child protection, sponsorship, health, and education initiatives. Regardless of background or circumstances, our mission is to contribute directly or indirectly to a better future for children by addressing their diverse medical, social, economic, and educational needs. At KSC, we prioritize equality, operate with transparency, and emphasize our commitment to being non-political and non-sectarian. Join us in our mission to create a brighter and more promising future for children, fostering positive change and lasting impact in the communities we serve. 


Operational Context: 

This project aims to deliver protection services to refugee/asylum seeker, internally displaced, and host community children, with a primary focus on those residing in urban and camp areas of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah Governorates. Key activities include specialized child protection services, Best Interest Assessments (BIA) under the UNHCR’s Best Interest Procedures (BIP), strengthening community-based child protection structures, awareness-raising sessions for children and caregivers, recreational and psychosocial support activities, and capacity building for government counterparts in child protection. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  

 he Facilitator will work closely with and under the supervision of the team leader to implement the project activities of Child Protection in Erbil. 


Key Responsibilities: 

· Conduct PSS, recreational, and awareness-raising activities.

· In close coordination with the mobile teams, assess psychological needs and protection issues;

· Participate in different forms of community-based assessments to identify people of concerns or those at risk,

when required by the Project Manager.

· With the support and advice of the line manager, provide tailored psychosocial support services at the individual,

family and community levels.

· Ensure close follow-up of the participants in identifying the improvement done and the barriers faced-by the

individuals and/or his/her caregivers in the rehabilitation process.

· Participate in the daily and weekly reporting (both qualitative and quantitative) of activities in filling specific tools

(assessment form, follow up form, referral form, discharge and monitoring forms). Provide any other reports

requested by the line manager.

· Conduct parenting programs and community-based child protection committee activities with the team leader.

Education and Work Experience Requirements:

University degree/ Diploma. · Languages: Arabic and Kurdish are mandatory. · Minimum of 1-2 years’ relevant professional experience. · Previous experience with international or local NGOs. · Demonstrated experience in child protection and activities management with children. · Creative, adaptable, and positive attitude. · Strong communication and reporting skills. · Excellent social skills for building relationships with children and families. · Motivated by humanitarian work.


Duration of the Contract: 6 (With possibility of extension)

Working Hours: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM


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