Offre d'emploi Psychosocial Support Referent à Genève

Psychosocial Support Referent H/F

Autres métiers
  • Temporaire - Temps partiel
  • Référence : INT-036807
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  • Région Genève
  • Type de contrat Temporaire - Temps partiel
  • Secteur d'activité Autres métiers


For one of our clients, an international NGO based here in Geneva, we are looking for a :

Psychosocial Support Referent W/M

For a long-term temporary position starting January at 20%

Description de la mission

  • Support strategies and adapted interventions to increase staff mental health awareness, self-care strategies, and to decrease stigma associated with psychological suffering and help-seeking.
  • Offer weekly tailored group support/ psychoeducational sessions to the different teams (front office, caseworkers and data team) based on the needs, specificalities of tasks and exposure at work.
  • Offer supervision / intervision and reflective practices in the teams and to managers to mitigate the risks of Secondary Traumatic Stress.
  • Offer direct psychological support to staff experiencing psychological distress or mental disorders (in line with the staff health model of care framework).
  • Refer staff to external mental health providers for Mental Health specialized services (psychotherapy or any other relevant Mental Health treatment) and ensure follow up if needed.

Profil attendu

Graduate degree (equivalent to Master's) in clinical psychology with at least 4 years of post-graduate professional experience.
Degree or training in organizational psychology and/or professional experience as an organizational psychologist in an organization/company setting.
Typically, 5 years of overall professional experience, with valid practice licenses - in Switzerland.
Working in private practice as psychologist/psychiatrist in Switzerland is a strong asset.
Experience in the humanitarian sector and/or working with victims of violence is a strong asset.
Fluent command of English.
French, Russian or Ukrainian speaking is an asset.


  • Publié le 25 novembre 2022
  • ConsultantLigia GATEAU