Outreach Facilitator-Bekaa

International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Less Than 1 Year


The purpose of the position is to contribute to the implementation of the Education and Children in Crisis projects through facilitating community engagement interventions and through mobilizing and sensitizing the community on issues pertaining to Child Protection (CP).


% of time


End Results


Conduct community outreach tasks

  • Conduct meetings with key stakeholders to engage them about the project interventions and agree on their contributions in project activities.

  • Collect data for the mapping of available educational, health and protection services available.

  • Identify potential beneficiaries to the relevant projects as per the criteria set.

  • Disseminate information related to services for Syrian refugees based on the mapping.

  • Distribute leaflets with early learning, education, health and protection services available to Syrian and Lebanese children in the area.

  • Distribute CP and other related material as per the project plan.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in social cohesion events at the end of each project cycle

  • Participate and collaborate in other activities (recreational, psychosocial, awareness and non-formal education) conducted in the center when needed

  • Support committee members and parents to prepare peer to peer sessions and share their knowledge with other parents

  • Conduct Homeschooling and Positive parenting sessions targeting parents with support from refugee outreach volunteers

  • Establish community based groups jointly under the supervision of the team leader and monitor regular follow-up to strengthen their role at community level.

  • Support in the capacity building of community based groups and ensure smooth flow of information with world vision and provide them with the support needed to perform their role at community level.

  • Support in the successful organization of community engagement events under the guidance of the team leader and the project coordinator.


Ensure children’s safety and protection

  • Identify referral cases following the set internal protocol.

  • Identify key protection issues or threats affecting children and communities and raise them according to the established protocols.

  • Identify children in need of tailored support to specific institutions/service providers (health services, other NFE programmes, PSS services) and refer the cases though the established protocols.


Handle tracking, reporting on activities and filing

  • File all project means of verifications (MOV) including attendance sheets, pre/post-tests, minutes of meetings, and evaluation documents are in place.

  • Enter project related MOV into the system.

  • File and archive specific forms for referrals.

  • Ensure weekly reporting are taking place while ensuring confidentiality, accuracy and timeliness.

File in the Referral Tracking sheet on a monthly basis


Perform other duties as required

  • Attend and participate in WVL’s spiritual nurture and other organizational events

  • Responsible of own security and actively contribute to a positive security culture

  • Report CP incidents as per the safeguarding policy guidelines.

  • Abide by the security policies and procedures and report any incidents or breaches to line manager and / or security manager

  • Perform other duties as assigned by Line Manager


Required Professional Experience

  • One year experience in a similar related job.

  • Experience in project implementation, monitoring and report writing.

  • Skills in working with people of all ages and social groups

  • High integrity in social interactions

  • Skilled at working with local communities and authorities

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and


Bachelor degree in a social development related field, (psychology, sociology, social sciences/humanities, specialized education or social animation) is preferable

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

  • Strong interpersonal skills and a sense of responsibility

  • Understanding of policies concerning Child Protection

  • Willing to travel within the Area of intervention approximately 60% of time.

  • Knowledge of the psychosocial guidelines and approaches related to emergency context (MHPSS IASC guidelines, PFA principles, etc.).

  • Familiar with core principles of Children Rights, Participation, Do No Harm, Community and Family Support as well as Children in Emergencies minimum standards.

Travel and/or

Work Environment


  • 85% field work and 15% Office work.

  • Position requires availability and willingness to work outside regular office hours occasionally.

  • Position requires willingness and ability to continue to function during a crisis situation, including during a World Vision response to a manmade or natural disaster.