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Senior Community Outreach and Field Coordinator

JOB TITLE:             Senior Community Outreach and Field Coordinator

LOCATION:            Mejdlaya, Zgharta

    • Position summary The Senior Community Outreach and Field Coordinator will be the primary contact between target beneficiaries and communities and the RMF Project Coordinator.
    • Duties Responsibilities
      • Lead the community outreach activities under the project
      • Support the delivery of a comprehensive community outreach campaign in the targeted areas
      • Prepare all needed documents for the outreach activities
      • Monitor the documentation of the needed information in relation to the outreach activities
      • Set a weekly plan for the community outreach officers and communicate it with project senior management
      • Report on outreached people and referrals
      • Organize consultation meetings and speaking events to ensure that beneficiaries are provided with the information they need to understand the project’s activities
      • Chair and facilitate weekly meetings with the community outreach and field officers and distribute minutes to all senior project team members
      • Monitor the reporting on the activity info
      • Update the online activity schedule template
      • Participate in relevant coordination meetings and working groups
      • Work closely with the TVET and Employment Consultant in relation to the psychometric assessment and orientation meetings

      Education and Experience

      • At least 3 years of experience in relevant field
      • 2-3 years’ experience with Vocational Training related projects preferred.
      • A post-graduate degree or equivalent bachelor degree
      • Strong experience in donors –funded projects.
      • Experience in working with partners
      • Experience reporting on project activities (required) as well as research and data collection (desired)
      • Excellent knowledge of English and Arabic; French is a plus.
      • Excellent reporting, communication and interpersonal skills.

Case Worker

JOB TITLE:             Case Worker

LOCATION:            Mejdlaya, Zgharta

Period of employment: 10 Months

Duties & Responsibilities

    • Assists in the data collection and database procedures.
    • Develops implementation plans for activities on a weekly basis.
    • Maintains an accurate collection for attendance records for all implemented activities.
    • Ensures a proper explanation and utilization for M&E tools.
      • Identification, assessment, referral (to relevant services) and follow-up of at- high risk children and families (Case Management) including confidential documentation.
      • Provide specific support to vulnerable children by providing direct psychosocial support, identification of at high risk children and in collaboration with the Child Protection and Education team ensure their referral and registration in specialized psychosocial activities and non-formal education programs.
      • Conducting regular visits to Child Friendly Spaces and implementation centers to work with facilitators on the identification and referral of at risk-children.
      • Provide information on existing social services and how to access them in the different areas of implementation.
      • Submit weekly reports concerning implemented outreach activities, case load and related challenges.
      • Maintain files, registers, computer database and records in paper or electronic format.
      • Work as a member of a team ensuring fluid communication of relevant information in order to make sure that work with individual cases is of quality.
      • Work across different contexts, including local communities, collective shelters, community spaces etc. with a particular focus on outreach work and support in identification, referral and case management of the most vulnerable children (in line with organizational strategy).
      • Ensure a strict adherence to the principles and minimum standards of child protection and child safeguarding at all times, including respect for confidentiality and always acting in the best interest of the child.
      • Comply with RMF policies and practices with respect to child protection minimum standards, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
      • In agreement with CP Coordinator and Program Manager, perform other required duties within reason (in line with skills and experience).Provides activity reports, success stories or any other kind of reports regularly.
      • DESCRIPTION: Under the direct supervision of the Case Manager, the Child Protection Case worker will be responsible for implementing activities related to case management and psychosocial services, targeting vulnerable children and families including refugees and children in host communities.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Child Protection Coordinator

    Skills and Competencies

    • Degree in Social Work (desirable), or degree in social sciences or development.
    • Experience in working with at-risk children and families, experience in case management in the emergency response (desirable).
    • Experience in community mobilization and conducting outreach activities.
    • Understanding of social welfare systems and child protection mechanisms.
    • Fluency in written and spoken Arabic, and either English (desirable) or French.
    • Ability to write weekly and monthly reports, develop schedules and collect data
    • Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work flexible hours in the event of major emergencies.

    Knowledge and abilities

    • One-year work experience in case management.
    • High integrity in social interactions.
    • Skilled at working with local communities.
    • Holder of driving license

Outreach Worker

JOB TITLE:             Outreach Worker

LOCATION:            Mejdlaya, Zgharta

  • Position summary The René Moawad Foundation is seeking an outreach worker for the implementation of its Plan International funded project “EIE Special Project”. The outreach worker will be the primary contact between target beneficiaries and communities and the RMF Project Coordinator. The outreach worker will be based in North Lebanon.Duties & Responsibilities
    • Identify potential beneficiaries to the relevant project as per the set criteria
    • File all project means of verifications (MOV) including attendance sheets, pre/post-tests, minutes of meetings, and evaluation documents are in place.
    • Enter project related MOV into the system.
    • File and archive specific forms for referrals and weekly reporting are taking place while ensuring confidentiality, accuracy and timeliness.
    • Other tasks as directed by the line manager
    • Conduct parenting skills program
    • Monitor the daily ongoing activities

    Education, Experience and Skills

    • At least 1 year of experience in a similar related job.
    • A bachelor degree with years of experience in fields of social work, education and/or other relevant fields.
    • Strong experience in outreach and recruitment.
    • Excellent knowledge of English and Arabic; French is a plus.
    • Excellent reporting, communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Have skills in working with people of all ages and social groups;
    • Excellent communication, reporting, and pro-active negotiation skills
    • Skilled at working with local communities and authorities
    • Good verbal and written communication skills, with thorough knowledge of Arabic and English
    • Availability and willingness to work outside regular office hours occasionally.

Inclusion Officer

JOB TITLE:             Inclusion Officer

LOCATION:            Mejdlaya, Zgharta

Period of employment: 10 Months

Duties & Responsibilities

    • Guides the outreach workers to identify and work with youth with disabilities, families and communities
    • Provides training, mentoring and methodological support and guidance to facilitators/ trainers on including youth with disabilities in learning (identifying special education needs, teaching techniques and teaching strategies for inclusion)
    • Conducts special education needs assessment process of the learners or if necessary refers to formal assessment, for receiving specialized services or special needs supplies
    • Plans activities or support measures that are specific to each youth’s abilities, supports finding solution to remove barriers
    • Ensures the correct reporting on disabilities in Activity Info and narrative reports.
    • Provides support and guidance to the families and ensures their engagement in family engagement activities conducted by RMF.
    • Makes a recommendation on the pathway for the youth after completion of the given training course.
    • Liaises with RMF Case workers for identification of youth in need of NFE, and for referral to next step in the pathway (formal education or another Non-formal opportunity)
    • Participates in child protection and education sector meetings.
    • Participates in trainings organized by donors.

    Qualifications and skills required:

    • A university degree, in education special education, inclusiveness, psychology, social pedagogy, or other relevant areas
    • Experience of working in youth related sectors and programs, inclusion mainstreaming related experience.
    • Strong understanding of disability rights and inclusive education in particular
    • Knowledge of the disability sector and inclusive education in Lebanon
    • Excellent English
    • Ability to communicate and inspire others
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and work under pressure, efficient task prioritization and time management
    • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with the community
    • Computer literacy
    • Strong training & facilitation skills;
    • Strong coordination skills
    • At least two years of professional experience in special education or inclusive education
    • Graduate degree preferably in disability studies, humanitarian aid/development or other related field.
    • Demonstrated solid experience in inclusiveness related youth
    • Knowledge of disability inclusive programming
    • Excellent cross-cultural understanding and sensitivity
    • Strong problem solving, interpersonal and communication/advocacy skills
    • Critical thinking, analytical and decision making skills
    • Good interpersonal skills: ability to establish harmonious and effective working relationships with people from different backgrounds and positions

    Please send your CV to “apply@rmf.org.lb” mentioning the position title in the subject of your email.