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Psychosocial Support Assistant - Beirut (Lebanese National)

The position is open on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed as first come first serve, and interviews will be assigned instantly until a suitable candidate is selected. 

Duties and responsibilities


The Psychosocial Support Assistant is responsible for conducting psychosocial activities for children affected by the Beirut Explosion while ensuring their well-being and reporting any concerns


  • Provide effective methodologies to affected children  that support them in working through their trauma
  • Plan, prepare and deliver sessions to children as per NRC PSS curriculum
  • Attend and actively participate in all training held by NRC Lebanon
  • Implement and follow NRC PSS curriculum and enrich content where appropriate
  • Maintain a child-friendly and safe environment in the centres
  • Assess children's well-being with pre and post-assessments during the cycle
  • Enhance parental involvement through positive communication channels with parents
  • Supervise children upon arrival and departure and between sessions
  • Carry out related mainstreaming of protection in program daily implementation as per the set NRC’s Protection mainstreaming guidelines, and ensure reporting any breaches/concerns to the line manager for proper action
  • Ensure all children information is kept confidential
  • Participate in weekly team meetings in order to contribute to project planning and effective implementation
  • Participate in the preparation of internal and external reports, as required
  • Assess and report serious cases which require specific actions or responses
  • Organize and run recreational activities for children taking their needs into account
  • Undertake all other related duties as requested by the line manager
  • Respect NRC’s code of conduct, child safeguarding policy, and prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse policy, ensuring implementation of the policies and prompt notification on regarding potential breaches
  • University degree or certification in psychology or counselling
  • A minimum one year of experience in a relevant field working experience with children
  • Experience in theatre, art or music is a plus
  • Fluent in Arabic and English both spoken and written; French is a plus
Personal qualities
  • Ability to work systematically in an organized manner
  • Ability to listen actively and communicate effectively
  • Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality
We can offer
6 months contract