Requirements and Skills
  • Use an interagency approach in training on GBV issues and response system.
  • Provide training and technical support for Community Health Workers, counselors and CBOs.
  • Use participatory methods in all training activities.
  • Facilitate training for camp-based health staff, helping groups in camp and partners organizations in/out camp.
  • Use evaluations and pre- and post- tests to monitor training effectiveness.
  • Write training summary, activity and meeting reports.
  • Conduct exit interviews, KAP surveys. Conduct regular needs assessments with the GBV team and the community to inform GBV training priorities and work plan.
  • Will facilitate the community to pass their complaints to the management through CBFRM in a transparent manner.
  • Assist in the development of GBV IEC awareness materials.
  • Assist GBV team in the development and testing of Behavior Change Communication (BCC) materials on GBV and violence prevention for the camp communities.
  • Identify and report success stories.
  • Document best practices and lessons learned.
  • Submit timely technical reports in provided format to Communication department.
  • Master’s degree in Psychology or Gender Studies or Law.
  • Minimum of four (4) years professional experience in GBV.
  • Previous experience as Master Trainer.
  • Can speak fluently and understand PASHTO
  • Impressive counseling skills.
How to Apply

Please send your Updated C.V through email ID

About Organization

International Medical Corps is registered with Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan. International Medical Corps is also registered with the Ministry of State and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) and works closely with the Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees (CAR) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  International Medical Corps takes pride in its strong relationship with local communities, government agencies, and national and international NGOs. Whenever possible, International Medical Corps works with local partner NGOs to implement projects and build the capacity of local people.