Community Outreach Worker – Somali/Oromo Community At Hias

Community Outreach Worker – Somali/Oromo Community At Hias


Community Outreach Worker – Somali/Oromo Community At Hias

Details of the offer

Reporting to:Counselling Psychologist/Field Office Manager
Duration:1 Year Contract with possibility of renewal subject to availability of funding and performance
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
Identification of the most vulnerable refugees in the community in need of protection and psychosocial support (including counselling, food assistance, protection concerns, financial assistance, medical assistance etc.)
Participation in community awareness and information dissemination to members of the community.
Assisting in referral vulnerable refugees in the community to partner agencies for appropriate intervention.
Provide support to caseworkers in the follow up and tracking of individual cases and updating the status accordingly.
Assist in the provision of direct assistance to refugees in the community.
Assist with translation for refugees in the community during assessments, home visits, counseling sessions and other activities as may be required.
Assist in the mobilization of community members for support groups, community forums and sensitization campaigns within the communities.
Accompany case workers for home visits, conduct individual visits and follow-ups and provide feedback reports to the case workers.
Provide weekly and monthly quantitative and qualitative reports to counseling psychologist highlighting individual performance, progress against targets and client needs and outcomes of assistance provided.
Attend regular staff meetings, monthly debriefings, trainings and other meetings as required and ensure regular personal development and supervision.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

Skills & Competencies
Basic literacy and numeracy skills.
Should be well integrated to the dynamics and needs of members of the refugee community within their areas.
Good working knowledge of the community needs and gaps
Ability to work with members of the community with little or no supervision
Computer literacy
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Counselling skills
Strong training skills in community development and working with PSN will be an added advantage

No less than two years work experience, including at least 1 year working with the refugee community, preferably with an NGO.
Experience in the field of refugee protection and assistance is a distinct advantage.
Profiency inEnglish,Eritrean, Somali, Oromo, Tigrinyaor any other major language spoken within this refugee community.

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