A university degree in psychology, sociology, Law, Political Sciences, or related field, with demonstrated experience in social work, protection and child protection, detention aspects and human and refugees’ rights.
Minimum 3 years work and practical experience in MHPSS, protection and child protection related activities and social work.
Computer, Microsoft office and English language skills is a must
Excellent reporting skills in MHPSS activities including detection of cases for referrals for MHPSS , protection, legal or health assistance.
Strong personality and ability to create networks and establish relations within the prisons, the community and the outreach and detention sector in designated areas is essential.
Knowledge about detention legal procedures is an added value but not a must
NOTE: The chosen candidate must have a drivers license more than one year old and a criminal record statement not less than 2 months old