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**Requisition ID**: req37177
• *Job Title**:Psychologists
• *Sector**:Social Work
• *Employment Category**: Consultant
• *Employment Type**: Part-Time
• *Open to Expatriates**: Not Applicable
• *Location**: Rome, Italy
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries, the IRC aims to restore safety, dignity, and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure.
Following a first assessment conducted in January 2017 in Italy and another one in July 2017, several critical protection gaps were identified within assistance provided to refugees and migrants in Italy: mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), assistance to unaccompanied children, information provision and legal support. IRC established a small presence in... Italy to respond to the identified gaps. Programs in Italy include Refugee.Info web-based information platform, child protection programming targeting unaccompanied children and victims of trafficking, mentoring programs for the socio-economic inclusion of refugee youth, WPE, and education (social, emotional learning, and healing classrooms). With the onset of the Ukrainian refugee crisis in Ukraine, IRC Italy is ramping up its capacities to respond to the protection and MHPSS needs of newly arrived Ukrainian refugees in several locations in Italy.
- Are you dynamic and creative, able to work independently and in emergency settings? Then apply!_
• *Job Summary**
• *Specific Duties and Responsibilities**:
Under internal supervision, the resource person will be expected to ensure:
- Analysis of psychosocial needs of project beneficiaries;
- Psychological support and intake of beneficiaries;
- Psychosocial orientation and referral of clinical cases requiring psychiatric care; and
- Interaction with public and private facilities in the area, in accordance with the line manager.
- Management of "self-help" focus groups or other activities considered useful for the management
emergency.
- Regular updating of narrative and quantitative data on activities carried out
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• *Experience and Qualifications**
- Bachelor's degree in psychology;
- Proven experience of at least 5 years in similar roles;
- Experience in emergency psychology;
- Experience working with diverse stakeholders
- Strong interpersonal skills to be invested with internal and external partners with tact and diplomacy.
- Ability to integrate into work teams;
- Adherence to the values and goals pursued;
- Knowledge of spoken and written English will be an added value.
• *Skills Required**:
Experience in participating in projects in the field and with expertise in issues of mental health and psychological emergency
- Problem-solving and strong organizational skills complete the profile.
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Rome Metropolitan City of Rome Capital Italy

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