Responsibilities and particular assignments
Provide psycho-social support, and psychological first aid to survivors who have experienced war trauma, torture, gender based violence GBV and when necessary to survivors of natural disasters.
Provide screening and assessment on psychological trauma.
Sensitize, problem solve, dialogue and mediate with the wider population about issues of war, torture, trauma and GBV.
Become proficient with PU-AMI data collection tools, conduct and submit screening, and assessments, and PSS providing reports in a timely and accurate matter.
Work closely with the database staff to ensure quality reporting.
Data entry of collected information from the field.
Ensure all work with clients is confidential and that ethical practices are observed in culturally appropriate way, especially with respect to gender sensitivities.
Perform community awareness on trauma and psychosocial support.
Refer patients when needed to more specialized services.
Engage in self-care through supervision, debriefings, and other shared sessions.
Attend all PSS/PFA related trainings given by PU-AMI.
PSS provider should follow up the cases when there is need.
S/he should develop action plan for the follow up patients
S/he should fill the necessary documents to ensure quality reporting
Attend the weekly MHPSS supervision/ on job training meeting.
Assist with any other related activities as deemed necessary by the expatriate MHPSS advisor.