AGIAMONDO is the personnel service of the German Catholics for Development Cooperation. In the Civil Peace Service (CPS) we offer development workers a meaningful role working with local development agents. The CPS is a personnel programme for peace-building and the prevention of violence in crisis and conflict regions. It sets out to promote a world in which conflicts are settled without violence. Working with church-related and civil-social partner organisations in South Sudan, AGIAMONDO aims to make a contribution towards civil conflict management and the sustainable and equitable development of the country through peace-building measures.
To set up a psychosocial support service for students and staff at the Catholic University of South Sudan (CUoSS), we are looking for a
Social worker for psychosocial support, Juba, South Sudan
to start as soon as possible.
Your new role
The Catholic University of South Sudan (CUoSS) in the capital Juba embodies the multicultural diversity of the country. The fast growing institution strives to provide a supportive learning environment for students from all groups of the population to enable them to receive a good education. Based on the cornerstones of the Christian faith and guided by the principles of Catholic social teaching, it contributes to a pluralistic, peaceful and fair future for the country.
Together with the university pastoral care service, you will develop psychosocial support services and accompany the students and staff of the university in coping with stress after stressful events.
Specifically, you will carry out the following tasks:
What AGIAMONDO offers
We look forward to receiving your detailed application in english or german in PDF format (cover letter, Europass CV, certificates) by no later than 07/02/2021 via the Vacancies section of our website.
Even in the current situation, we are happy to accept your application via the online application portal. We are conducting the selection procedure online. We also offer our preparatory measures as digital solutions.
Currently, many of our development workers are working from home. Some have had to leave their places of work temporarily and are remaining in their home countries. We will decide whether and when development workers can work on the ground on projects again on a case-by-case basis, in a responsible manner and in consultation with our partners.