Providing Counseling and guidance;

Ensure referrals internally and externally;

Assesses the psychological and / or psychiatric health of the beneficiaries and performs a psychological evaluation;

Assess and address psychosocial needs of the beneficiaries, identify and follow-up cases that require special care;

Perform case management in cooperation with other project staff and potentially OMNES partners involved in services provision;

Implements individual and group counseling, focus group discussions, and psychological support sessions;

Participates in the planning and implementation of interventions for information and

raising awareness of beneficiaries;

Cooperates with interpreters where needed for the provision of services;

Closely cooperates with other team members, passing on crucial information and expressing the need for action clearly and concisely;

Keep case files and statistical records of the caseload and services’ provision;

Manage individual protection cases, including those on SGBV and child protection, and be in charge of drafting relevant case plans;

Find proper solutions to individuals, who are at most risk or victims of violence;

Set strategies and operational measures to effectively prevent SGBV and child protection risks;

Conduct needs/gaps and capacity assessments on SGBV and child protection response needs;

Undertake procedures implementation when referral(s) to other services are required;



Required qualifications and skills

University degree and work permit in Psychology;

Experience within the civil society sector, preferably working with vulnerable groups and refugees/migrants;

Minimum two-years professional experience in case management;

Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team;

Ability to troubleshoot and ease potential tensions between the project’s beneficiaries;

Ability to perform fact-finding tasks and clearly articulate results in a fair and balanced way;

Previous experience in direct contact and exchange with vulnerable groups of beneficiaries is an asset;

Fluency in Greek and English required;

Proficient with MS Outlook, Excel, and Word business software;

Experience in community mobilization;

Cross-cultural awareness and flexibility;

Excellent interpersonal, communication, listening, and observation skills, including the ability to create trust, support, respect, and interact with women and girls of all ages, background, and diversity;

Strong team player and able to handle pressure well;

Well organized and efficient, with the ability to organize and prioritize workload, using initiative when appropriate;

Good report writing skills;

Adhere to and promote GBV guiding principles.

Directly support and coach beneficiaries through the usage of simple communication and moral uplifting techniques;

Regular and ad hoc reporting and data/case files keeping;

If you are interested in applying, please send your CV and cover letters until 17/03/2021 to  mentioning in the email subject  “Psychologist_ IC_Omnes21”.