Community Visioning – TECHNICAL FIELD OFFICER x 16 Posts

Community Visioning – TECHNICAL FIELD OFFICER x 16 Posts

Company Name Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OP
  • Number of Vacancy: 16
  • Category: Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs)
  • Job Level: Mid Level
  • Working Hours: 0
  • Years of Experience 5
  • Salary Range: $-
  • Job Location: Multiple Locations
  • Preferred Age: 0 (years)
  • Required Education: Diploma
  • Vacancy Nature: Fixed Term Contract


JOB TITLE: Technical Field Officer – Community Visioning (16) LOCATION: Binga, Nkayi, Hwange, Lupane CONTRACT TYPE: Fixed Term Organisational Background The Organisation of Rural Associations for Progress (ORAP) is a leading local NGO involved in development and relief (emergency) work in rural communities in Matabeleland North, Matabeleland South and Midlands provinces. It exists to fight all forms of poverty among the rural and urban grassroots communities of disadvantaged women, men and youth through the empowerment of people by facilitating their development in their diverse cultural contexts. Project Summary The vacancy for the upcoming USAID funded Amalima Loko Project. The project seeks to improve food security through increased food access and sustainable watershed management. Its purposes are P1: Enhanced and inclusive local ownership over food security and resilience planning and development, P2: Watershed management improved, P3: Adaptive and absorptive capacity improved. Position summary As the Technical Field Officer for ORAP, you will spearhead the Community Visioning Component of the Amalima Loko program within the ward cluster or micro-watershed in particular district of Hwange, Binga, Lupane or Nkayi. This position provides the direct link between the program and the beneficiaries or participants and the incumbent will represent the consortium at the lowest level of interaction. The Field Officer will lead all the ward-based community visioning activities and ensure that these result in a shared visioning process for collective action in which community actors contribute their perspectives, articulate aspirations, define individual and communal strengths and hoped-for contributions, voice concerns, and highlight successes. S/he will also promote vibrant societal engagement in community planning, government engagements and program implementation. The Field Officer will facilitate dialogue on the group and individual aspirations and potential pathways to reach their aspirations in the context of limitations. Major Duties/Responsibilities include:- Project planning and implementation Serve as a focal point and the primary point of contact to projects/programmes/initiatives within the assigned portfolio Work closely with the District Representative and the Technical Coordinators to develop movement schedules, training, and distribution work plans, budgetary and BOQ requirements for implementation and procurement. Ensures that all program activities in the field are implemented, monitored and reported on as planned to the District Field Coordinator, effectively and timely according to donor and organizational requirements. Coordinate with other development players of other ongoing projects to ensure operational efficiency and mitigation of resource duplication. Work closely with the District Representative to identify programmatic challenges, opportunities and progress, and report back to the District Team Leader on a weekly basis Take lead in beneficiary selection process through collection of vulnerability data, and feed back to District team leader to support development of beneficiary lists and database. Capacity building and Training Identifies and conducts trainings on community visioning and participatory approaches to targeted communities in the wards of operation. Use demonstrated and research-based teaching methods to instruct community members on locally relevant community visioning topics. Facilitation, Collaboration and Teamwork Serve as a group facilitator to convene or intervene with groups that need a neutral facilitator to help the group identify, solve problems and /or make decisions based on the community visioning process. Co-ordinates activities that will strengthen coordination and planning mechanisms of watershed management. Build collaborations with other agencies and organizations to solve community problems and multiply effectiveness. Serve as a source of expertise in the community for the visioning subject matter areas. Exhibit and promote teamwork within extension organization at ward, cluster and micro-watershed level acting as mentor and contributing to the professional development of all agents. Monitoring, evaluation and reporting Work closely with the technical coordinator in identification of existing gaps in Amalima Loko project. Submit daily, weekly and monthly work plan and report to the concern supervisors on regular basis and maintain an up to date data base for the project and activities. Prepare budget for trainings, awareness sessions and various natural resources related matters within the cluster. Be responsible of the Amalima Loko project implementation, monitoring, evaluation, documentation and dissemination of success stories and best practices. Support projects in preparation of reporting in line with donor requirements; Follow up on performance indicators/success criteria, targets and milestones, prep

Work/Educational Requirements

A Diploma or Degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences qualifications, experience in NGO work, and working with rural communities will be an added advantage. Experience:- Minimum of two years (if with Degree) or 5years (if with Diploma) in the field of conservation and development and/or project management experience in a government office or NGO, on issues relevant to the technical area The candidate should have a firm understanding of community development and expertise in self-reliant and participatory development process Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment, with project stakeholders including local government officials, other NGO peers, and community members. Strong interpersonal communication skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with an ability to write good reports, clearly, and meet deadlines. Advanced computer literacy in the MS Office packages, Internet and email. Fluency in written and spoken English and the local language. Must be prepared to work in rural areas and in multi-cultured environment. Ability to travel most of times to field sites. A clean Class 3 drivers’ License is a prerequisite. An appreciation of Gender mainstreaming and Child Protection issues in Livelihoods Programming is required. Proven skills in process and group facilitation, training and capacity building. Very innovative with conflict resolutions skills

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