GK was created in 1972 with two visions. Firstly, “the fate of the poor decides the fate of the country”. Secondly, the “development of the country depends on the development of women”. Since 2017, Gonoshasthaya Kendra (GK) and UNHCR have entered into a partnership to respond to the Rohingya crisis in Cox Bazar and Bhasanchar.
The Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Officer will supervise Mental Health and psychosocial Focal Points/psychologists in Child Protection, Health, and Nutrition Programmes in various locations and is responsible for the technical quality of the work as well as ensuring teamwork, sharing, and learning across locations.
The MHPSS officer will be responsible for overseeing all MHPSS programming in camp settings, throughout Ukhia/Teknaf/ Bhasanchar (Catchment area/ 4W Mapping), with an emphasis on technical support for programming and capacity-building of staff, guiding mental health service integration into primary health care. The MHPSS officer will also be supporting GK’s role in the implementation and monitoring of a psychological intervention as part of a collaborative Human Resource Planning Project.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function with or without reasonable accommodation
Master of Science (MSc) in Psychology
The applied field of psychology (Clinical/counselling/educational psychology) is preferred.
At least 3 year(s)
Mobile bill, Insurance
No. of Vacancy
Jan. 31, 2023, midnight
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