Community Development Center Facilitator - Arsal
- Establish a link between IRC, the refugee community, and the host community for coordination. - Prepare and design activity plan in coordination with CDC Officer (weekly and/or monthly depending on activities delivered) adapted to different target groups (Men, women, children). - Activities includes Learning activities including skills training, life skills, recreational activities, initiatives, psychosocial support sessions, awareness sessions, focus group discussions, community days, informal education activities and information desk. - Deliver and facilitate activities in person and/or remotely. - Conduct outreach and mobile based activities in North Bekaa. - Collect and keep record of attendance and submit to CDC Officer for filing. - Prepare Pre/Post evaluation for activities when necessary and report on progress. - Coordinate with the CDC Officer to receive constant and timely updates on information to be fully capable of manning the information service desk. - Identify refugees with specific needs, provide them with necessary counselling and refer them to the existing services. - Report to Senior Case Management Officer on high-risk cases that are in need of urgent and immediate support or assistance needed with the knowledge of the CDC Officer. - Respect confidentiality of information between your role as CDC Facilitator and IRC; no sharing with any other party - Information is collected during meetings at the centre with the CDC Officer which is then dealt with confidentially. - Abide by the code of conduct: - Act according to the guiding principles of GBV and Child Protection case management, including, survivor centred approach, respect of confidentiality, prioritizing according to safety concerns, ‘do no harm’ policy, ensure a non-discriminatory approach, act according to the best interest of the beneficiary, ensure accountability, respect professional boundaries, and avoid conflict of interest. - Be ready for flexible working hours during emergencies and/or if needed. - Flexibility to work on weekends on exceptional basis. - Take responsibility of specific materials and equipment’s within the CDC. - Ensure that the provided material is properly used and kept.
- # of CDC activities (whether learning, life skills, or recreational activities, PSS or delivery of awareness sessions) in person/remotely/outreach+ Work plan & Attendance Sheets: 24 each month. - # of POCs reached in activities: 20 each month.
Payment Schedule: Upon the submission of certificate of completion by line manager; payment will be by the end of each month.
- Good facilitation experience with different age groups (children, youth, adults, and elderlies). - Good protection background and knowledge of refugee context and working with the refugee community. - Good knowledge on community center activities (recreational, life skills, community initiatives, skills training, etc.) - Ability to outreach and conduct mobile based activities. - Availability during IRC working hours (8:00 AM till 5:00 PM). - Good computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel). - Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills, creativity and flexibility with a positive attitude. - Fluency in Arabic required, ability to communicate and write clearly in English preferred. - Degree in Social work or other related field.