Job Title:         Service Delivery Coordinator (2 positions)

Location:         Dohuk, with occasional travel to other areas in the KRI

Type of position: Full time – 40 hours per week, plus on-call responsibilities


The Service Delivery Coordinator will provide coordination and management to a multidisciplinary team of service providers including psychologists, case managers, and community mobilizers delivering comprehensive MHPSS services to survivors, and those at risk of violence including IDPS, refugees, host community; survivors of GBV, trafficking, etc. The Coordinator will provide oversight, direction, guidance, mentoring, and feedback to staff which they supervise. They will see to ensure that service providers are providing high quality services, consistent with SEED policies and programs. He/she will supporting challenging and complex cases; ensure that all documentation and reporting requirements are completed by staff; support operational needs of the team; identify areas of needed training and capacity building, and provide hands-on coaching assistance and training, or arrange for training. He/She will provide supervision and oversight by visiting program locations, coordinating all MEAL reporting, and supporting verification of services. He/she will report to and coordinate closely with the Program Manager and also with the mental health and case management technical advisors to ensure quality services.

The successful candidate must be compassionate, confident, energetic, proactive, encouraging diligent, trustworthy, resourceful with experience providing case management and/or MHPSS services to survivors of violence and vulnerable individuals. The Coordinator must be willing and interested to work with team members and residents of different religious, ethnic, cultural, educational, and socio-economic backgrounds. All services will be provided in accordance with international ethical standards.


Team Management and Supervision – 75%

  • Coordinate and supervise service providers and the delivery of services under grant program(s), ensuring service delivery is in line with SEED values and operating principles including confidentiality, SOPs, SEED policies.
  • Ensuring that all referrals received are assigned to a Case Manager, Psychologist, and assigned a case number, and inputted into Commcare.
  • Provide consistent management supervision to service providers, in collaboration with technical advisors, to ensure quality care is provided to cases and that appropriate referrals are made, ensuring any clinically complex cases are referred for consultation and implementing case conferences regularly to the MHPSS technical unit advisors.
  • Ensure all staff have work plans in place and are provided feedback on a routine basis, as well as during Performance Appraisals.
  • Identify capacity development needs of staff, make recommendations for meeting identified needs, and provide training in collaboration with management.
  • Monitor case management and mental health files to ensure timely and accurate documentation and reporting.
  • Contribute to the development and coordinate the implementation of psychosocial support activities; monitor the delivery of PSS.
  • Visit program sites on a weekly basis.
  • Manage and oversee referral hotline and email; Ensure 24/7 coverage of case management; assign cases in CommCare in consultation with TU.
  • Review documentation of all reporting required under SOPs:
    • Clients are assigned and visited with required time period; well-being and other assessments are completed and properly filed in CommCare
    • Daily activity reports, daily check ins, completion of client trackers and all required CommCare systems;
  • Ensure staff conduct thorough needs assessments to understand case strengths and needs as well as their goals.
  • Ensure confidential ongoing MHPSS services to cases and their families, as needed, to include the collaborative development of a Case Plan and Treatment Plan using SMART goals.
  • Facilitate referrals to partner agencies providing services in accordance with SEED policy, as needed per each individual case.
  • Ensure documentation of all interactions with clients.
  • Contribute to the design of PSS activities and observe sessions to ensure that they are being implemented as designed.
  • Participate in the development and coordination of outreach and community engagement plans as requested
  • Lead on the development and ensure the utilization of location-specific service mapping and referral pathways.

Reporting and MEAL – 15%

  • Ensure that staff complete all necessary reporting.
  • Contribute to monthly service delivery reports and programmatic quarterly reports.
  • Contribute to reviews of data, client audits, and other monitoring tasks as assigned.

Coordination, Influence, and Organizational Representation – 10%

  • Maintain good working relationships with all partner organizations, women’s committees and other community‐based groups, to facilitate referrals and support related and/or joint activities.
  • Attend relevant external cluster meetings, training sessions, and other events to represent SEED and gain knowledge needed to ensure high quality service delivery.
  • Provide reports on all activities.


  • University degree in social work, psychology or a related field.
  • Minimum 3 years of professional experience as a social worker or caseworker/case manager, preferably with survivors of gender-based violence.
  • Knowledge of case management, community outreach, psychological services, and referral pathways.
  • Experience working with survivors of violence and other populations experiencing a lack of social protection and social inequalities
  • Counseling experience and/or experience providing psychological first aid a plus.
  • Strong belief in human rights for all and gender equality.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills including ability to gain trust and build relationships.
  • Strong ability to work independently, including ability to multitask, prioritize competing tasks, and manage time effectively
  • High standard of spoken and written English and Kurdish and/or Arabic
  • Good computer skills, including the use of email and Microsoft Word, Excel and online data collection systems
  • Ability to work in a stressful setting and adapt quickly to changing environments


Salary, benefits and allowances dependent on skills and qualifications. Please create one PDF document containing the following items and e-mail to using “Service Delivery Coordinator – FULL NAME” as the subject of your email:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references with complete contact information

Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

NO CALLS PLEASE. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.