Deadline of this Job: 22 November 2022

Job Description
The Center for Victims of Torture works toward a future in which torture ceases to exist and its victims have hope for a new life. We are an international nonprofit dedicated to heal survivors of torture and war trauma. We provide direct care for those who have been tortured, train partners around the world who can prevent and treat torture and war trauma, research and advocate for human rights and end the practice of torture. We are headquartered in Minnesota, USA with offices in Africa and the Middle East.

Main Responsibilities
• In order to facilitate the communication between expatriate staff of CVT and others, provide interpretation for group, individual, and family clinical activities, including assessments, interviews and hiring of staff, supervision of staff, internal and external meetings, logistical coordination and daily and regular communication among staff, partners, and service providers.
• Provide written translation of materials including, but not limited to, training materials, meeting handouts and minutes, organizational and program forms, internal and external communications, organizational policies, reports, etc.
• Coordinate with other Interpreter/Cultural Liaisons and maintain organized filing system for all translated materials for ready use by all staff.
• Provide oral and written explanations of cultural norms, expectations, and other nuances that may not be immediately apparent to expatriate staff, as necessary and appropriate to facilitate appropriate communication between expatriate staff, host and refugee communities.
• Solicit additional explanation from the expatriate staff, as necessary and appropriate, in order to ensure their communications are clear and well understood by the recipients.
• Participate and learn through training and supervision provided by Expert Psychotherapist/Trainers, exercise sensible and accurate interpretation services in a clinical setting, maintain confidentiality of all information and materials handled, and practice sound self-care so as to avoid/manage vicarious traumatization.
• Willingness to learn about the impacts of torture and trauma on communication and to implement this knowledge when engaging with clients and members of the community.
• Interpret, transcribe and translate the spoken or written language into another language as required.
• Any other duty assigned by Supervisor.

Deadline of this Job: 20 November 2022

Job Summary
The intern will work on Communications /support in implementing Communications related activities of the project. This includes collection, write-up, edit and dissemination of messages to different target audience.

II. Responsibilities
• Collect and write-up stories from the field along with photos
• Develop message for social media
• Regularly monitor messages and feedbacks on social media and update
• Design/develop different communication materials such as leaflets and posters.
• Support the project team during mass and targeted awareness raising activities
• Support in data collection during research works and extraction of learning,
• Support the project team to track data required for monitoring, database, and regular supervision.
• Prepare and submit quarterly activity plans
• Prepare and submit monthly progress report to the supervisor.
• Prepare and submit interim updates and reports as instructed by the supervisor
• Prepare and submit learnings and report from supportive supervision that will be organized by Pro Pride.
• Handle other activities as assigned by the supervisor
III. Gender
• Understanding and demonstrated commitment to the importance of gender, youth, and social inclusion issues.
• Demonstrated commitment to principles of Gender Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and PSEAH (safeguarding), as evidenced in previous positions / programming.