Ajyal Association for Creativity and Development is a Palestinian nongovernmental organization firstly established in 2003 and registered at the Ministry of Interior, no.7329.
It mainly aims to contribute in the Palestinian society development through implementing a variety of programs and developing projects. It seeks likewise to develop the concepts of community work according to a vision suits our society needs and to increase the targeted groups awareness and perception to contribute in a real development process to ultimately enhance and develop our society abilities. Ajyal works on four main programs: (Youth, child, woman and humanitarian support.
AACD in partnership with Catholic Relief Services CRS starts a program entitled” Child Friendly Spaces (Farah Centers) under the CPP emergency response program funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). AACD is recruiting candidates for the following positions:
Number of positions: 1 Place: Gaza Strip Period: 6 months with possibility of extension Starting date: As soon as possible
Gather input for program development and monitoring, rolling out standards, methods and tools.
Ensure that AACD methods and standards for the implementation of PSS programs are developed/revised and remain updated based on AACD programming practice and international standards.
Implement AACD quality standards and PSS Minimum standards.
Stimulate and monitor PSS programming.
Support the revision of the PSS methodology and the development of new methodologies.
Suggest modifications of sessions and exercises in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment, based on the feedback from trainees and children.
Plan, implement and evaluate training courses on AACD PSS methodology, which involves creative tools such as games, songs, fine art, audio-visuals, group discussions, demonstrations, and practice sessions with feedback and role play.
Provide ongoing support, guidance and advice to program staff in the field of PSS.
Provide recommendations to AACD management when necessary on recruitment of potential facilitators and animators.
Support the identification and packaging of PSS advocacy issues.
Provide Project coordinator with PSS reports and recommendations.
Perform any other tasks required by Executive Manager.
Academic and Professional Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor Major in Psychology, mental health, or clinical psychology.
Minimum working experience of 3 years.
Experience working with people affected by violence.
Experience in conducting individual/family/group psychotherapies for adolescents and children.
Experience in community psycho-education.
Excellent reporting and formal writing skills in both English & Arabic.
HOW TO APPLY:
- Qualified candidates can submit the following documents to E.Ajyal@gmail.com
- Cover Letter (ca. 200 words) - the most recent CV including 3 professional contacts as references.; Kindly indicate the job title in the subject line of the email e.g: AACD Project coordinator
Deadline for submitting applications 23/4/2015, no later than 2:00 p.m.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
No phone calls please
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