Background information for the Task 1
In 2017-2018 the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine (PCU) conducted trainings for social service providers and psychologists on psychological rehabilitation in 13 regions. The PCU developed and piloted a manual on psychological rehabilitation of conflict affected population. It is planned that the manual will be disseminated throughout all regions of Ukraine and will be used by psychologists and social service providers for psychological assistance to conflict affected population. Given the need to continue training for /of Ukrainian social service providers and psychologists in this field and following the request from Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, in 2019 the PCU will hire national experts to conduct similar trainings in 12 more regions. The trainers will provide a complete set of tools, techniques and templates on how to deal with different groups of conflict affected population. The PCU will invite governmental and civil society representatives to promote better co-ordination in providing psychological rehabilitation for conflict-affected population.
Background information for the Task 2
In 2009-2011 the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine (PCU) supported the development of Ukrainian first corrective programme for domestic violence perpetrators and further trainings for social service providers. Besides that, in 2011, the PCU facilitated the development of the training manual for practitioners on the implementation of corrective programme for domestic violence perpetrators. With new Ukrainian Law on Preventing and Combating Domestic Violence adopted in 2018, at the request of the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine (Ministry), the PCU supports its implementation, in particular in the area of building capacity of local psychologists to implement corrective programme for domestic violence perpetrators. In the previous two years the PCU assisted the Ministry in enhancing the capacity of local psychologists in nine regions of Ukraine. In 2019, following these developments and current request from the Ministry of Social Policy, the PCU will hire national experts/trainers to conduct three-day trainings on the implementation of this corrective programme in seven more regions.
Additional information will be provided to the successful candidates.
Please note that this is a consultancy assignment of approximately 30 working days. The tasks will be divided between experts according to their working experience. The consultants will be required to travel to deliver trainings in different regions of Ukraine.
Based on the earlier developed manual and course mentioned above, the engaged national experts will be tasked to:
It is expected that training module is to address, inter alia, the following issues:
Based on the earlier developed manual and course, the engaged national experts/trainers will provide a complete set of tools and techniques on how to conduct corrective programme for domestic violence perpetrators. The national experts/trainers will be tasked to:
It is expected that training agenda is to address, inter alia, the following issues:
According to the PCU consultancy fees guidelines.
This position is for residents of Ukraine only. We strongly encourage applicants to use the online application system at https://jobs.osce.org; the Vacancy Number is VNUKRC00560. The deadline for applications is 11 June 2019. If you have difficulties with the online system, please use the Internet Explorer to find the vacancy or you may use the OSCE's off-line Application Form available at https://jobs.osce.org/uk/resources/document/anketa-na-vakansiyu; you should complete the Application Form and send it via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the title of the position on the Application Form and in the cover message subject. Applications received after the published deadline will not be considered. Due to the high volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Details of the assignment and contract may be further discussed during the interviews.
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