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Under the direct supervision of the MHPSS Director, the psychologist, will work to deliver evidence-based psychological interventions to IDPs, returnees and host communities in various locations covered by the OFDA grant including Ninewa, Erbil, Dohuk and Salaheddine. The selected candidate will work with existing case management teams including case managers, officers and psychiatrists using the designated venue as agreed upon with the directorate of health in the various abovementioned governorates in Iraq. In addition, s/he will work towards building the capacity of MHPSS staff towards better identification of psychological distress among the population providing on-going support to MHPSS case management teams using IMC models.
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