Lead Facilitator
Published on June 29, 2023

Gender: Female | Type: Contract basis | City: Inside Kathmandu Valley

Job Description
Trauma Recovery Initiative Project consists of 15 to 20 group of community which is known as circle. This circle’s journey begins from 1 to 14 sessions, where each session held once in a week of 4 hours. Sometime, according to the need basis the session might go beyond the 4 hours. The lead facilitator will be responsible for planning, team building, supervising Co-facilitator sewing expert and participants of group trauma healing circle, coordinating the entire group for the conducting the sessions in the community. All the sessions must be conducted within the timely framework. After meeting debriefing must be done. Further the lead facilitator is responsible for the following responsibilities and duties.

Major Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Undertake vulnerability assessments, provide counselling services to the people seeking services to the people seeking services during the covid-19 period and refer critical case to the clinical supervisor.
  • Ensure all the work with participants is confidential and that ethical practices are observed.
  • Develop quick response plan based on the critical needs.
  • Actively participate in weekly supervision meetings.
  • Assess the beneficiaries’ psychological condition by using psychological tools to detect the vulnerable cases and ensure psychological follow up.
  • Provide psychoeducation and assessment technique to identify beneficiaries with vulnerabilities and to properly refer them to the mental health workers.
  • Support and attend any training when required.
  • Maintain good socio-professional relationships with Partner NGOs and related stakeholders.
  • Attend team meetings, clinical supervision and to give qualitative inputs.
  • Be flexible in performing his/her duties to ensure that beneficiaries are getting good quality services.
  • Prepare reports: each sessions report and final summarized report with personal impression to M&E focal person and program coordinator.
  • Analyze the impact and consequences of each session.
  • Design extra activities for the participants where, considered necessary or relevant in coordination with the team to conduct sessions and arrange the logistic such as lunch.
  • Measure outcomes from each and every session.
  • Monitoring various activities throughout the sessions and evaluating the effectiveness of sessions.
  • Assist in development of and support set-up of Sajha Dhago program and work alongside technical teams to provide mentoring and supervision of the session.
  • Ensure meeting agendas, participation and minutes are recorded and circulated in a timely fashion.
  • Produce timely progress reports, including both quantitative and qualitative information, on MHPSS activities and clinical case studies.
  • Recommend the necessary learning materials.
  • Organize the debriefing after each session.
  • Maintain flexibility to apply, undertake any other related task for the project and required by the team.


  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Psychology or any related field.
  • Must have participated in TOT of Sajha Dhago Intervention and have conducted minimum one circle previously.
  • Must have ability to work in group trauma healing intervention in the communities.
  • Should have good communication and writing skills in both English and Nepali.

As per the provision of Sajha Dhago policy.

EMAIL YOUR APPLICATION TO [sajhadhago2022@gmail.com] by July 15, 2023

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