Context: Kurdistan, based in Dohuk
Length of contract: 12 months
The position: The Program Manager will support the implementation of activities aimed to strengthen the healthcare system to ultimately provide IDPs with appropriate psychological and psychosocial support in order to prevent the development of emotional disorders. Furthermore, the Program Manager will contribute to the design and implementation of community education activities to promote mental health and care within the community.
More precisely the Program Manager will have to:
  • Supply analysis on the strategy and the positioning of the MHCP department
  • Identify the needs and contribute to the formulation of projects
  • Ensure the implementation, monitoring and reporting of MHCP projects
  • Contribute to the quality and accountability processes and assessment of the impact of the program
  • Participate in coordination and representation and with the ACF partnerships in its areas of intervention
  • Train and manage his/her teams
  • Contribute to the capitalization and technical development within his/her sector
  • Guarantee and ensure the confidentiality of data collected during the MHCP activities of the mission
The applicant:
You hold a master degree in clinical psychology -ideally combined with a public health diploma- and demonstrate both successful clinical and humanitarian field experiences in mental health and care practices. You have at least five years of experience in psychology, and at least two in the humanitarian sector or in the public healthcare sector.
Recognized for your relational and communicational skills, you have developed strong training and team supervision capacities. You are also well organized and have a good sense of adaptability.
Your English (oral and written) is fluent, and speaking Arabic or Kurdish would be an advantage.
A first experience with ACF would be an asset.
Salaried - Gross monthly salary ranging from €1600 to €1975
Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance
25 days of annual paid leaves and 20 days of rest and recuperation (R&R) per year