Coordinador(a) de Enfoque de Programación Urbana / Tegucigalpa

Oportunidad de Contribuir

a la tierna protección de la niñez en Honduras

Título del puesto:

Coordinador(a) de Enfoque de Programación Urbana

Fecha límite de aplicación:

Según aplicaciones

Localidad del puesto:

Tegucigalpa

Fecha de inicio vacante:

Según aplicaciones

Cantidad requerida:

1 Plaza

Esquema de trabajo:

Plaza permanente

Propósito del Puesto

Coordinar la implementación técnica, programática, operativa y financiera del FCPA en alineamiento a su diseño, las Políticas y Procedimientos Organizacionales a fin de generar impacto sostenible en respuesta a la asociación estratégica, nuestra promesa 2030 orientada al bienestar y tierna protección de las niñas, niños, adolescentes y jóvenes más vulnerables en contextos frágiles.

Requisitos Técnicos:

  • Formación universitaria y/o técnica en Ciencias Sociales, Ciencias Jurídicas, Pedagogía, Psicología o carreras afines.

  • Mínimo 3 años de experiencia en coordinación e implementación de proyectos de desarrollo comunitario en zonas urbanas (fortalecimiento de organizaciones de base comunitaria, iglesias, patronatos, escuelas, o entidades del área social comunitaria).

  • Experiencia sobre programación urbana, contextos frágiles y prevención de violencia.

  • Conocimiento en gestión de proyectos.

  • Manejo de vehículo 4x4.

¿Cuáles serán tus funciones principales?

  • Asegurar la planeación e implementación programática técnico y financiera del FCPA bajo su responsabilidad en alineamiento al diseño del mismo y sus contribuciones al Programas técnicos afines.

  • Articular el relacionamiento y socio estratégico con las Familias, La Iglesia y otras organizaciones e instituciones con presencia local, municipal que facilite y asegure la implementación de las acciones del proyecto representando World Vision Honduras a nivel local municipal, generando alianzas e incidencia que faciliten la implementación del proyecto y otras iniciativas organizacionales.

  • Contribuir con el liderazgo organizacional al establecimiento de un trabajo en equipo y cumplimiento de la política de Protección de la niñez, estándares y protocolos de comportamiento, con el objetivo de garantizar a World Vision Honduras como una organización segura para la niñez con el propósito de prevenir posibles violaciones, transgresiones u omisiones de protección en cada una de las intervenciones.

  • Realizar las acciones que faciliten el empoderamiento del tejido social comunitario sobre prevención de la violencia y tierna protección de la niñez por medio de procesos de participación proactiva, trabajo en asocio y gestión local.

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¿Por qué trabajar con nosotros?

Somos una organización cristiana de ayuda humanitaria, desarrollo y promoción de la justicia que sirve a todas las personas, sin distinción de raza, religión, grupo étnico o género.

Al trabajar con nosotros te conviertes en un protagonista que influye en favor de los niños, niñas, familias y comunidades más vulnerables alrededor del mundo. En Honduras tocamos la vida de más de 75 mil niñas y niños en Honduras, en 12 Departamentos, 28 Programas de Área y 694 comunidades.

Nuestra Causa

Una niñez tiernamente protegida, promotora de una sociedad más justa y segura.

Nuestra Visión

Para cada niño y niña, vida en toda su plenitud.

Nuestra oración para cada corazón, la voluntad de hacer esto posible.

Nuestra Misión

World Vision es una confraternidad internacional de cristianos cuya misión es seguir a Jesucristo, nuestro Señor y Salvador trabajando con los pobres y oprimidos para promover la transformación humana, buscar la justicia y testificar de las buenas nuevas del Reino de Dios

Somos Cristianos

Seguimos a Jesús– en su identificación con los pobres, los que no tienen poder, los afligidos, los oprimidos, los marginados; en su especial preocupación por las niñas y los niños; en su respeto por la dignidad otorgada por Dios a las mujeres de igual manera que a los hombres; en su reto por las actitudes y los sistemas injustos; en su llamado para compartir los recursos con los unos y los otros; en su amor por todas las personas sin discriminación o condiciones; en su oferta de una nueva vida por medio de la fe en Él. A partir de Él nosotros derivamos nuestro entendimiento integral del evangelio del Reino de Dios, el cual forma las bases de nuestra respuesta a la necesidad humana.

Política de Protección de la Niñez y Salvaguardia de Adultos

World Vision es una organización centrada en los niños que se compromete a salvaguardar a todos los niños y adultos beneficiarios, y tiene cero tolerancia para los incidentes de violencia o abuso contra niños o adultos vulnerables, incluida la explotación o el abuso sexual.

Cada miembro potencial del equipo debe comprender la importancia de estos temas y está abierto a más entrenamiento y orientación sobre nuestras políticas y responsabilidades de Safeguarding.

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a favor de la tierna protección de la niñez!!

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IMPACT Facilitator/Nablus (Fixed term 11 months)

JOB PURPOSE

To assist adolescents within the zone to develop the behaviours and attitudes necessary for participation in social, civic, and economic life. Key duties will include; Mobilizing groups of adolescents; Recruiting, mentoring and managing volunteer IMPACT+ Club Leaders; Providing ongoing coaching and support to IMPACT+Clubs; Creating networks and partnerships with appropriate stakeholders in the zone; and participating in the international IMPACT+ Club movement.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES

% of time

Activity

End Results

10%

1. Recruitment and Training of IMPACT+ Club Leaders

  • Participate in “IMPACT+ Club” orientation training for facilitators

  • Identify and meet with potential project partners (organizations and individuals) in the AP area

  • Interview and select volunteers to be leaders for “IMPACT+ Club”

  • Assist the CESC Coordinator to conduct IMPACT+ Club leaders training.

  • Follow up potential turn over in IMPACT+ Club Leaders through preparation, positioning, and training of successor leaders

25%

2. Formation and implementation of IMPACT+ Clubs

  • Work with IMPACT+ Club Leaders to form functional IMPACT+ Clubs in the zone.

  • Attend weekly IMPACT+ meetings to facilitate/support Clubs to become cohesive, have clarity of mission, vision and strategy and to develop practical action plans.

  • Ensure the occurrence of regular reflection sessions between IMPACT+Clubs and local communities after each community service learning projects

  • Participate in at least two community projects per IMPACT+ Club.

25%

3. Coaching and follow up of IMPACT+ Club Leaders and their clubs

  • Monthly face-to-face meetings with each IMPACT+ Club Leader and members (this could be done in conjunction with monthly Club visits).

  • Assessing training needs for IMPACT+ Club leaders and members, based on report from monitoring data and reflection session.

  • Weekly follow up with each leader.

  • Ensure that weekly and monthly reports are satisfactory and submitted on time.

  • Assist IMPACT+ Club Leaders to build relationships across communities.

  • Arrange quarterly development meetings for all IMPACT+ Club Leaders to reflect on the progress, to resolve common challenges, and to build on successful approaches and innovation.

  • Coach and mentor IMPACT+ Leaders according to the outcomes of the reflection sessions as needed to ensure capitalization on strengths and bridging of weaknesses.

  • Organize at least one local event per year to motivate Leaders. This can be done individually or with other IMPACT+ Club Facilitators, and with the support of CESC Coordinator

  • Assist the CESC Coordinator to evaluate the performance of clubs based on the IMPACT+ Quality Standards (through visits, telephone discussions, and physical participation in projects), and offering direct and indirect coaching in order to maintain or improve the quality of the IMPACT+ program.

15%

4. Participation in networking, partnerships as well as IMPACT+ Club national event and relevant global moments

  • Work with IMPACT+ Clubs to establish Facebook groups to share information and work; and ensure effective engagement of club members and wider community in the social media materials

  • Ensure that each Club participate at least with one initiative in the national event(s) (forum(s)) at zonal and national levels

  • Prepare plans and ensure participation of IMPACT+ Clubs in relevant global moments

  • Identify new local opportunities for IMPACT+ Leaders or members.

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with community agencies and other project partners

  • Share report of IMPACT+ Club activities to partner organisations at least once a year.

10%

5. Support the team in to conduct quality monitoring and evaluation for IMPACT+ Clubs in the zone

  • Collect and record initial baseline data.

  • Support in monitoring and evaluation activities related to IMPACT+

  • Collection of monthly reports from IMPACT+ Club Leaders.

  • Provide needed support to the CESC Coordinator to write report to document quantitative and qualitative information for all IMPACT Clubs disaggregated as needed on 6-month cycles.

  • Documenting testimonies and success stories which can be included in the monthly report, collected through visits, telephone discussions, project participation, etc.

10%

6. Follow up finance and procurement aspects of the IMPACT+ Clubs

  • Prepare payment documents in alignment with the financial and procurement policies and procedures

  • Ensure IMPACT+ financial transparency through having financial reports/expense accounts for community service learning and social enterprise projects of the IMPACT+ Clubs.

  • Support the CESC Coordinator in preparation of the procurement plans,

  • General administrative duties related to the support of the program

5%

7. Others

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

  • Attend staff meetings at zonal and national levels

  • Commitment to all capacity building activities as commanded by the supervisor

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

Amble experience in IMPACT Club model including all relevant technicalities

Mobilization and lobbying

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and

certification

Psychosocial, human development fields or equivalent

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

  1. Experience in working in NGOs environment

  2. Communications skills

  3. Leadership skills/ influence skill

  4. Debating and critical thinking skills

  5. Networking skills

  6. Ability to multitasking

  7. Creativity and innovation

  8. Flexibility and ability to working in a demanding and changing environment

Travel and/or

Work Environment

Requirement

Valid driving licence and ability to travel across West Bank as needed

Physical

Requirements

Flexibility in work station location

Language

Requirements

Arabic as mother tongue and English communications

CORE COMPETENCIES

Be Safe and Resilient

Deliver Results

Build Relationships

Be Accountable

Learn and Develop

Improve and Innovate

Partner and Collaborate

Embrace Change

IMPACT Facilitator/Jenin (Fixed term 11 months)

JOB PURPOSE

To assist adolescents within the zone to develop the behaviours and attitudes necessary for participation in social, civic, and economic life. Key duties will include; Mobilizing groups of adolescents; Recruiting, mentoring and managing volunteer IMPACT+ Club Leaders; Providing ongoing coaching and support to IMPACT+Clubs; Creating networks and partnerships with appropriate stakeholders in the zone; and participating in the international IMPACT+ Club movement.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES

% of time

Activity

End Results

10%

1. Recruitment and Training of IMPACT+ Club Leaders

  • Participate in “IMPACT+ Club” orientation training for facilitators

  • Identify and meet with potential project partners (organizations and individuals) in the AP area

  • Interview and select volunteers to be leaders for “IMPACT+ Club”

  • Assist the CESC Coordinator to conduct IMPACT+ Club leaders training.

  • Follow up potential turn over in IMPACT+ Club Leaders through preparation, positioning, and training of successor leaders

25%

2. Formation and implementation of IMPACT+ Clubs

  • Work with IMPACT+ Club Leaders to form functional IMPACT+ Clubs in the zone.

  • Attend weekly IMPACT+ meetings to facilitate/support Clubs to become cohesive, have clarity of mission, vision and strategy and to develop practical action plans.

  • Ensure the occurrence of regular reflection sessions between IMPACT+Clubs and local communities after each community service learning projects

  • Participate in at least two community projects per IMPACT+ Club.

25%

3. Coaching and follow up of IMPACT+ Club Leaders and their clubs

  • Monthly face-to-face meetings with each IMPACT+ Club Leader and members (this could be done in conjunction with monthly Club visits).

  • Assessing training needs for IMPACT+ Club leaders and members, based on report from monitoring data and reflection session.

  • Weekly follow up with each leader.

  • Ensure that weekly and monthly reports are satisfactory and submitted on time.

  • Assist IMPACT+ Club Leaders to build relationships across communities.

  • Arrange quarterly development meetings for all IMPACT+ Club Leaders to reflect on the progress, to resolve common challenges, and to build on successful approaches and innovation.

  • Coach and mentor IMPACT+ Leaders according to the outcomes of the reflection sessions as needed to ensure capitalization on strengths and bridging of weaknesses.

  • Organize at least one local event per year to motivate Leaders. This can be done individually or with other IMPACT+ Club Facilitators, and with the support of CESC Coordinator

  • Assist the CESC Coordinator to evaluate the performance of clubs based on the IMPACT+ Quality Standards (through visits, telephone discussions, and physical participation in projects), and offering direct and indirect coaching in order to maintain or improve the quality of the IMPACT+ program.

15%

4. Participation in networking, partnerships as well as IMPACT+ Club national event and relevant global moments

  • Work with IMPACT+ Clubs to establish Facebook groups to share information and work; and ensure effective engagement of club members and wider community in the social media materials

  • Ensure that each Club participate at least with one initiative in the national event(s) (forum(s)) at zonal and national levels

  • Prepare plans and ensure participation of IMPACT+ Clubs in relevant global moments

  • Identify new local opportunities for IMPACT+ Leaders or members.

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with community agencies and other project partners

  • Share report of IMPACT+ Club activities to partner organisations at least once a year.

10%

5. Support the team in to conduct quality monitoring and evaluation for IMPACT+ Clubs in the zone

  • Collect and record initial baseline data.

  • Support in monitoring and evaluation activities related to IMPACT+

  • Collection of monthly reports from IMPACT+ Club Leaders.

  • Provide needed support to the CESC Coordinator to write report to document quantitative and qualitative information for all IMPACT Clubs disaggregated as needed on 6-month cycles.

  • Documenting testimonies and success stories which can be included in the monthly report, collected through visits, telephone discussions, project participation, etc.

10%

6. Follow up finance and procurement aspects of the IMPACT+ Clubs

  • Prepare payment documents in alignment with the financial and procurement policies and procedures

  • Ensure IMPACT+ financial transparency through having financial reports/expense accounts for community service learning and social enterprise projects of the IMPACT+ Clubs.

  • Support the CESC Coordinator in preparation of the procurement plans,

  • General administrative duties related to the support of the program

5%

7. Others

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

  • Attend staff meetings at zonal and national levels

  • Commitment to all capacity building activities as commanded by the supervisor

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

Amble experience in IMPACT Club model including all relevant technicalities

Mobilization and lobbying

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and

certification

Psychosocial, human development fields or equivalent

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

  1. Experience in working in NGOs environment

  2. Communications skills

  3. Leadership skills/ influence skill

  4. Debating and critical thinking skills

  5. Networking skills

  6. Ability to multitasking

  7. Creativity and innovation

  8. Flexibility and ability to working in a demanding and changing environment

Travel and/or

Work Environment

Requirement

Valid driving licence and ability to travel across West Bank as needed

Physical

Requirements

Flexibility in work station location

Language

Requirements

Arabic as mother tongue and English communications

CORE COMPETENCIES

Be Safe and Resilient

Deliver Results

Build Relationships

Be Accountable

Learn and Develop

Improve and Innovate

Partner and Collaborate

Embrace Change

Sponsorship Development Facilitator-Bekaa

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The purpose of the position is to serve as a catalyst, partnership broker, and builder of the capacity of local partners, facilitating the community-led initiatives to improve and sustain the well-being of children and their families.

To implement with partner the program activities and sponsorship Operation and to facilitate the participation and engagement of Registered Children in programs by applying Sponsorship standard.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

% Time

Major Activities

End Results Expected

65%

Build Strong Relationship and understanding of Sponsorship Operations.

Local community trusts WV and is willing to work for the benefit of the most vulnerable children and welcomes the sponsorship concept.

  • Build positive and constructive relationships with community members and partners in order to understand their realities and facilitate development processes effectively.

  • Strengthen the understanding of community development and ownership and of social sustainability among the stakeholders in the area.

  • Increase the understanding of and sensitivity to child development and child vulnerability factors among community members and partners

  • Communicate effectively World Vision’s identity, mission, vision, values and its approach in order to work in ways that are contextually appropriate and clear.

  • Undertake social networks analysis in order to understand the functions various stakeholders fulfill, power dynamics, and to identify potential local partners and assess their capacity building needs.

  • Ensure community understanding of sponsorship and respond to questions and concerns promptly and sensitively

  • Ensure partners, including their volunteers and children, are involved in managing the ongoing registration of children.

  • Conduct community sensitization to ensure that parents understand sponsorship before registration through appropriate activities.

  • Plan and implement as per sponsorship guidelines activities that promote children’s participation using child-friendly methods and tools.

  • Work closely with the sponsorship officer to apply Child Monitoring Standards and processes in program activities in ways that promote their outcomes.

  • Equip partners, volunteers and community groups to monitor children through visits and project activities.

  • Prepare and gather sponsorship 2.0 requirements such as child video greetings, community photos albums and others as requested via mobile Horizon.

  • Follow up on children with child well-being and report any issue that require case management with proper follow up.

  • Ensure the presence and participation of children in all sector activities and provide accurate means of verification.

  • Ensure accurate data entry via Horizon mobile phone.

  • and report in a timely manner.

  • Conduct regular visits to children to process incoming and outgoing correspondence such as thank you letter, Introductory letter report, child expression worksheet, and farewell letter

  • Report on child protection incident to the related assigned staff member.

  • Take the lead in distributing any community support items or gift in kinds while gathering necessary means of verification

20%

Assist in Program planning and implementation

Projects goals and activities are implemented effectively according to the community needs

  • Actively support program team leader in project planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting processes relevant to assigned area

  • Work with social groups to support, monitor and evaluate ongoing activities according to approved stated objectives, plan of action, M&E tools, budget and record progress.

  • Actively participate in sharing feedback, reflection and learning with proper documentation for the results.

  • Collect accurate and timely data for project design, monitoring, implementation and evaluation.

Handle Advocacy Working Groups

  • Facilitate advocacy working groups in partnership with SDCs

  • Facilitate children council advocacy working groups

  • Provide technical support for children councils and adult advocacy working groups to come up with advocacy messaging, initiatives and campaigns to tackle CP issues

10%

Act as a Catalyst, broker and facilitator in working with partners

Relationship is built with a wide range of local partners who are willing to work for the well-being of children

  • Enable and facilitate networking and connections among local stakeholder groups and between local partners

  • Actively search for new partners within and outside the community, identify how these partners can work together towards shared priorities for child well-being and initiate, develop and manage partnership arrangements with them.

  • Work with partners to coordinate volunteers’ efforts to enable integration and synergy and prevent duplication and burn-out.

5%

Perform other duties as required

  • Attend trainings locally and internationally.

  • Attend and participate in WVL’s spiritual nurture and other organizational events.

  • Responsible of own security and actively contribute to a positive security culture.

  • Abide by the security policies and procedures and report any incidents or breaches to line manager and / or security manager.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Line Manager.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • University degree in a field related to community development work (preferably with experience in a field such as sociology, public health, agriculture, economics, education, etc.).

  • 2 years of previous relevant experience, including at least one year of development facilitation in and with communities

  • Strong understanding of community-led development work

  • Basic understanding of design, monitoring, and evaluation

  • Strong critical and analytical thinking skills

  • Strong facilitation skills

  • Strong communication skills and cross cultural sensitivity

  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability and commitment to listen to others

  • Very good command of Arabic and English.

  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office package.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experienced in building and maintaining relationships and networks with individuals, communities and development partners

  • Knowledge of children rights

  • Knowledge of Child well Being

  • Knowledge in Partnering principles

  • Development facilitation skills , including catalyzing, connecting, and building the capacity of community groups

  • Good negotiation skills

Work Environment

  • This position requires regular local travel

  • 80% field work with the local community

  • 20% Office based

Position requires willingness and ability to continue to function during a crisis situation, including during a World Vision response to a manmade or natural disaster.

Project Officer Child Protection - Kiboga Cluster

Back ground

World Vision Uganda (WVU) is a Christian relief, development and advocacy non-government organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in 43 districts and have 48 Area Programmes implementing projects in health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH), livelihoods & resilience, education and child protection. World Vision (WV) is committed to the protection of children and adult beneficiaries from exploitation and abuse and will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with these beneficiaries. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.

Due to expansion in scope of our programmes, we are now seeking for a qualified and passionate individual willing to share in our vision and join the team in the following role.

Position: Project Officer - Child Protection - Kiboga Cluster

Report to: Programme Coordinator

Location: Kiboga District

Purpose of the position:

The purpose of this job is to timely and quality implementation of Child Protection (CP) interventions within the cluster/AP. Engagement will be at household, community, village, parish, sub-county and district levels. This role requires the staff to have good communication abilities, networking and collaboration abilities, training abilities for communities especially children. Core to the role are skills to raise awareness for prevention and response to child rights violations and ability to link affected children to services in time and documentation of on the ground experiences and emerging issues in child protection.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Program Planning & Implementation

Implementation of the CP program in the cluster/APs shall be the primary responsibility of the Project Officer (PO) – CP. Specifically the officer shall:

  • Actively participate in planning and budgeting processes for CP interventions in the cluster/APs, including development of Area Operational Plans (AOPs), Detailed Implementation plans (DIPs), Work Breakdown structures, Cash-flows, etc.

  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and other forums

  • Facilitate timely and quality implementation of CP interventions in accordance to the CP TP guidance, approved models and approaches, as well as the AOPs and DIPs.

  • Gather, analyze and document community perspectives and needs on different CP issues to inform CP programming.

  • Routinely identify local CP partners (formal and informal), support and facilitate them in the implementation of planned activities

  • Support the collection and documentation of impact and success CP stories.

Capacity Building

The PO shall ensure that children, parents and members of community CP structures are aware and have capacity to engage on CP matters with the aim of facilitating effective service delivery. The PO will therefore:

  • Build the capacity of children, families and community to collectively engage local leaders on identified CP issues.

  • Routinely coach and mentor the community CP structures and other actors including but not limited to faith and cultural institutions, teachers, etc on CP matters.

  • Liaise with community-based and other CP actors and provide the relevant materials for the betterment of their work

  • Together with staff in other TPs, train the children’s committees and groups in the respective APs in advocating for their wellbeing.

  • Build the capacity of children, families and community to collectively engage local leaders on identified issues.

  • Facilitate growth of strong grassroots movements on specific advocacy issues to end violence against children including child sacrifice

Community Engagement

The PO shall engage communities including children, parents, political, cultural and religious leaders, among others. Specifically, he/she will:

  • Mobilize communities to participate in project planning, development, implementation and monitoring.

  • Mobilize government institutions and technical staff in the planning and implementation of CP interventions and plans.

  • Innovatively support communities including RCs and their families to participate and benefit from the CP TP program development.

  • Mobilize grassroots organizations, Faith Communities and other civil society organizations to ending violence against children

  • Mobilize and sensitize community (RC guardians, community leaders and other community members) on CP programs issues and facilitate participation in the management of various community CP initiatives.

  • Follow-up on commitments by local leaders on promotion of protection of all children as well as their general wellbeing.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in the relevant child days and celebrations such as the Day of the African Child, Day of the Girl Child, 16 days of activism against Gender based violence, among others.

  • Participate and represent World Vision Uganda in the health sector review meetings both at facility and sub-county level

Networking, Coordination and Collaboration

In networking, coordinating and collaborating with different actors, the PO will PO will:

  • Facilitate networking with local government institutions and other partners within the Cluster in planning and implementation of CP interventions.

  • Identify and nurture local partnerships with grassroots civil society organizations, faith institutions and Sub Counties.

  • Coordinate with local government and other partners and engage with relevant stakeholders and local authorities in building relationships and consensus on CP interventions.

  • Participate in sub-county planning and budgeting, preparation of work plans, implementation of planned health activities and monitoring/ reporting of progress

  • Support local government in formulation and implementation of ordinances and bye-laws on project issues.

  • Organize dialogue engagements between partners, local government and children

  • Organize learning forums involving local government, CSOs, FBOs, NGOs and other relevant technical personnel.

  • Represent World Vision at stakeholder engagements in the district and be a regular advocate on issues of Child Protection

  • Support multi-sectoral, Inter-agency networking and coordination in establishing Child protection prevention, response and service provision mechanisms/ referral pathways

Child Protection, Wellbeing, Advocacy and Safeguarding

The PO is responsible for ensuring children are protected and their welfare is great. The PO shall therefore:

  • Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any incidents in line with child protection policy and guidelines.

  • Work with local leaders and CP structures to protect children from child violations and abuses

  • Sensitize children including RCs, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities.

  • Facilitate CP advocacy, policy dialogue and campaign interventions by ensuring linkages and coherence between engagements with the CP interventions and district and National levels.

  • Be the Focal Point person for CP in the Cluster and support Cluster teams to report and comply with CP standards including effective roll out of CP models and approaches

  • Facilitate effective and meaningful participation of children as agents of change in all project interventions/processes in line with WV Child Participation guidelines

  • Engage with partners to assess and address the existing child protection related issues in the community

  • Mobilize communities, local organizations, local government and institutions to participate in Child protection implementation and monitoring

  • Facilitate proper formation of Child protection working teams/groups in line with World Vision Uganda Child Protection and Advocacy systems strengthening approach

  • Facilitate child protection advocacy campaigns and engagements to ensure policy implementation and change.

  • Ensure the children meaningfully participate in various for a including the child development and participation centres (CDPCs)

  • Be the point person for any peace interventions in the Clusters/APs

  • Shall be the point person for safeguarding and advocacy interventions at the AP level

Monitoring & Evaluation

In fulfilling their monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning roles, the PO shall:

  • Ensure application of standard monitoring and evaluation tools in project implementation.

  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of planned activities and community level engagements

  • Facilitate stakeholders and partners in supervision and monitoring of programmatic activities

  • Monitor progress and achievements of the CP TP in the cluster/AP.

  • Support and participate in scheduled CP assessments, evaluations, monitoring and designs.

  • Provide technical guidance to the Cluster/AP teams in identifying CP areas for research and conduct research to inform programming.

  • Document and share impact stories, lessons and best practices.

  • Compile quality and timely reports to keep track of progress of implementing planned activities, realizing TP outcomes and targets within the cluster/AP on a monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and annual basis as per WVU requirements.

  • Organize project level forums to assess progress of implementation of planned activities.

  • Monitor progress of project interventions against plans within the Cluster.

  • Together with the TPO – CP, organize review, reflection and learning forums for staff and partners.

  • Provide technical support in the development of Information, Education, and Communication (I.E.C) and other learning materials on CP in alignment to the TP.

  • Compile monitoring and periodic reports for management action and submission to the districts as per NGO requirements and support updating of the databases on children housed by the DPSWOs/CDOs at the sub-county and district.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • Minimum of a degree in Social Sciences, Social Worker, Development Studies, Education or any relevant field. A Master’s degree is an added advantage.

  • Post Graduate Qualification in Human Rights, Project Planning & Management, Development Studies or law from a recognized institution is an added advantage.

  • At least 3 years of child protection programming, preferably in an NGO setting experience in engaging communities and other partners. Experience working with children and partners is an added advantage

  • A good understanding of social justice and Human Rights issues with demonstrated experience in Child Protection and rights advocacy and networking

  • Familiarity with standards and guidelines for Child Protection programming and child and adult safeguarding

  • Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability

  • Ability to build capacities of community – based structures and other actors.

  • Good understanding of local government functions.

  • Skills and experience in networking, collaboration and advocacy at different levels.

  • Writing, reporting and documentation skills

  • Effective communicator (both oral and written) and good documentation skills. Ability to communicate in applicable local language(s).

  • Track record demonstrating high integrity, reliability and dependability.

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.

  • Ability to track budget expenditure on a daily basis and develop a cash flow during planning

  • Must be highly reliable and independent, able to work with minimal or no supervision.

  • Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.

  • Adapts and able to work under pressure

Child Protection Assistant - UNICEF Project (2 Positions)

Back ground

World Vision Uganda (WVU) is a Christian relief, development and advocacy non-government organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in 43 districts and have 48 Area Programmes implementing projects in health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH), livelihoods & resilience, education and child protection. World Vision (WV) is committed to the protection of children and adult beneficiaries from exploitation and abuse and will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with these beneficiaries. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.

Due to expansion in scope of our programmes, we are now seeking for a qualified and passionate individual willing to share in our vision and join the team in the following role.

Position: Child Protection Assistant – UNICEF Project (2 Positions)

Report to: Child Protection Facilitator

Location: Terego District (Invepi Settlement)

Duration: 6 Months

Purpose of the position:

To Facilitate the implementation of Early case management, psychosocial support, peace building and ECD activities within child friendly spaces and in the communities.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Management

  • Regular updates and monitoring of the CFS activities to ensure technical support is given in regard to play equipment and Learning materials as per the global minimum standards.

  • Support community-based child protection and education systems, children groups and stake holders in advocating for child protection, participation, and psychosocial care within the CFSs/ECDs.

  • Facilitate the integration of social cohesion activities with within the refugee settlements and host communities.

  • Handle visitors including donors, support office and national office staff, stakeholders, in line with the child protection policy and behavioral protocol.

  • Provide information for projects design, implementation, monitoring and reporting

  • Mobilize community meetings with children and key stakeholders at all implementation levels

  • Build the capacity of case workers, CFS caregivers and animators

  • Facilitate case management, and data collection in line with the required and approved standards at the CFS centres

  • Collect and compile statistical data and information regarding caregivers, community members and children participation in activities at the CFSs centres and children clubs.

  • Supervise CFS implementation as per the minimum children in emergencies protection standards.

  • Mobilise communities to identify children with disabilities and also model families for the project’s implementation.

  • Develop monthly, quarterly and annual project management reports and submit them to the relevant authorities

Technical and Capacity Building

  • Organize and conduct monthly meetings with Caregivers/Animators /Guards, CPCs, CMCs Parents and children at the Child Friendly Space on aspects of child protection, positive parenting, child participation and community ownership

  • Mentor and build the capacity of children, community caregivers, animators/Caregivers, community structures in child protection, positive parenting, peaceful coexistence and the learning frame work using approved approached and models.

  • Support communities, community structures, animators, partners and children in maintaining the minimum standards for child participation and care.

  • Develop tools to manage data and information collection and analysis in establishing and maintaining a Monitoring and Evaluation adherences

  • Document impact and success stories evidenced with quality pictures to share milestone with staff, partners and donors

  • Regular updates and monitoring of the CFS to ensure technical support is given in regard to play equipment and materials as per the global minimum standards.

  • Facilitate communities to fully participate in project activities for enhanced community ownership, peaceful coexistence and sustainability.

  • Facilitate advocacy forums led by children on issues affecting them. The forums are aimed at awareness creation and sensitization of communities

Financial Management, Budget Control and Monitoring

  • Prepare and submit monthly payment requisitions for Caregivers/Animators and Guards monthly stipends within the first week of every new month with all required attachments

  • Prepare and submit all payment requisitions for activities conducted within 3 days from the last day of an activity. Prepare concepts notes, project activity budgets, expenditure, preparation of activity quarterly financial and narrative reports as per the grant guidelines and submit them within the agreed timeframes.

  • Preparation of payment advance and purchase requests for appropriate project transactions in line with approved M&E documents.

  • File all accountability and attendance lists in line with audit requirements

Networking, Coordination and Collaboration

  • Participate in coordination meetings. Support all referral needs that may arise from time to time at the CFS and ensure that all children referred from the CFS for any services are well documented and feedback received. Represent the organization in settlement sector meetings and cluster coordination meetings giving updates and progress of implementation and establish strategic partnerships with other organizations.

  • Establish and liaise closely with other partners, agencies and local leaders regarding project activities to ensure a coordinated approach to project implementation, including participation in relevant workshops, meetings and keep the coordinator informed

  • Develop a network of information gathering relevant to child protection, participation and psychosocial operations.

  • Establish appropriate contacts with local counterparts at the Counties and district level

Reporting

  • Compile and submit weekly updates, weekly CFS statistics, weekly work plans, monthly reports and activity reports on all activities carried out at the Child Friendly Space including meetings

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • Bachelors in Social Sciences, Community Development, Adult and Community Education, Community Based Rehabilitation, Social Works and Social Administration, Psychology.

  • Experience in working with refugees and other displaced persons for at least minimum of one year.

  • Should have key skills in project planning and management.

  • Experience in working with children

  • Excellent computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Excel, spreadsheets

  • Track record demonstrating high integrity, innovativeness, creativity, reliability and dependable

  • Team player, Self-motivator, able to work with limited supervision;

  • Spiritual maturity, interfaith knowledge and a biblical worldview Ability to articulate and model our Christian identity and mission in an inclusive way.

  • Demonstration of well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ability to drive a motorcycle with valid driving/riding license is a Must

WVV Technical Program Specialist - Child Protection

WORK CONTEXT / BACKGROUND:

World Vision is a Christian relief and development organisation working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. As a child-focused organization, WV’s work focuses on children, ensuring they are protected and their basic needs are met. WVV has a total income of around US$ 18,500,000 (FY19) with funding from 13 support countries in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Funding of WVV consists of sponsorship program funding (70%) and PNS/grants (30%). WVV employs about 430 staff, of which 99% are Vietnamese nationals.

The strategic focuses of WVV include: children protection from all forms of abuse, exploitation, violence and injury; reduction of malnutrition rate of children under 5 through integrated approach; sustainable livelihood for poor households to support sustainable well-being of children.

Currently, World Vision Vietnam is implementing 37 Area Programmes (APs) which operate in 5 zones: North 1 (Hoa Binh - Dien Bien), North 2 (Yen Bai – Tuyen Quang), North 3 (Thanh Hoa - Hung Yen - Hai Phong), Central (Quang Tri - Quang Nam – Danang) and South (Quang Ngai - Binh Thuan – DakNong - Ho Chi Minh). WVV’s APs work with government partners and communities on a daily basis. Beside the APs, WVV is also implementing Grant Projects to meet the specific needs of vulnerable children in both AP and non-AP areas.

In alignment with the three ministry strategic objectives World Vision Vietnam implements three Technical Programs (TPs): Child Protection, Nutrition and Livelihoods. Technical Programmes are national or sub-regional level programmes implemented by World Vision in multiple geographic locations within a country. They employ evidence-based practices and models previously identified, defined and prioritised through a strategic process and documented in a Technical Approach (TA). TPs are designed to ensure National Offices (NOs) achieve World Vision’s mission, which includes the highest impact for the well-being of children, in accordance with relevant TA and NO strategic objectives.

The Child Protection Technical Specialist directly reports to Child Protection Technical Programme and Advocacy Manager within the Programme Quality and Resource Development Department. The PQRD department consists of a Program Effectiveness Unit, Grant Acquisition and Management (GAM) Unit, A Technical Services Unit (in lie with the three Ministry Strategic Objectives) and HEA/DRR Unit.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Child Protection Specialist supports WVV’s strategic goal to ensure that children are protected from violence and have positive and peaceful relationships in their families and communities. This role has a strong focus on providing technical expertise and support to ensure the quality of the Technical Program implementation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Child Protection Programming:

  • Support Child Protection TP and Advocacy Manager in managing the Child Protection TP within the local context, including ensuring DPA is applied in APs

  • Coordinate and disseminate Child Protection strategy, program logic, models and best practices.

  • Filter Protection, Participation related partnership initiatives and contextualize for Vietnam context. This includes coordination of the collection, documentation and dissemination of World Vision Child Protection/Participation/Life skills programming experience and best practice.

  • Map WVV child protection/participation/Life skills activities/policies and approaches, and design a framework to refocus in more integrated ways. Incorporate Government approaches and policies into this thinking.

  • Develop and deliver curriculum (ToT) training to government counterparts to enable staff to deliver accountable, evidence based, quality Child Protection programmes that bring sustained improvements to well-being of children.

  • Organize the development, pre-testing and production of culturally relevant communication materials to ensure effective and efficient program delivery, including facilitating behavior change, where necessary.

Technical Quality Assurance:

  • Provide technical guidance on annual planning so that Child Protection "best practices, lessons learned etc." are integrated into technically sound business plans and services are coordinated.

  • Standardize Technical Guidelines/Training Materials for the implementation of the Child Protection Project models.

  • Standardize DME tools for baseline, monitoring and evaluation of the TP in working with Program Effectiveness team.

  • Provide technical guidance on annual planning so that Child Protection "best practices, lessons learned etc." are integrated into technically sound business plans and services are coordinated.

  • Promote action learning across World Vision Vietnam through regular Child Protection Sector Working Group meetings and training of others to take leadership of structured reflection in the zones, ADPs and grant funded projects

  • Technically endorse all LEAP documents (e.g. child protection baselines, designs, proposals, and evaluations) as per the agreed business process.

  • Conduct monitoring support visits to APs implementing child protection projects and provide in the field technical consultation as requested, to ensure quality of activities implemented.

Child Protection Standards:

  • Provide guidance to Area Programmes and special projects to ensure compliance with WVV CPP standards.

  • Convene a consultation meeting every six months among National Child Protection steering committee for timely updating and reporting on CPP compliance.

  • Analyze and summarize Area Programme LEAP reports and prepare a National Child Protection and Participation report reflecting on lessons learnt and best practice examples.

  • Help WVV to exercise greater influence for the well-being of children by fostering increased commitment to Child Protection at the National level.

  • Develop and contribute to improving child protection and participation related government policies.

  • Periodically review the WVV Child protection policy based on WVI CP standards and local context.

  • Facilitate awareness and internalization of the WVV Child Protection Policy and standards through orientation, training and monitoring of WVV staff and partners.

  • Lead World Vision Vietnam's response to Child Protection Incidents according to agreed protocols, ensuring that an appropriate plan is developed and assistance is provided to the child and the family as necessary (Child Protection Incident Reporting and Referral Mechanism).

  • Be the World Vision Vietnam contact person for Child Protection concerns.

  • Prepare and file individual Child Protection Incident Reports on the CP Reporter Database.

  • Support the integration and mainstreaming of Child Protection and Child Rights in all WV programming through collaboration with ADPs and sectoral projects.

  • Submit bi-annual Child Protection Action Plan and annual Child Protection Update Reports through the Child Protection database and prepare reports as required by the Regional Child Protection Team, partners and donors.

  • Periodically review the WVV Business Process (based on partnership protocol) for all child protection incidences.

Cross Cutting Themes:

  • Standardize Gender/Disability/DRR/Faith and Development mainstreaming framework/tools/methods/training materials which align with partnership imperatives, best practice approaches, and NO strategic priorities.

  • Conduct technical capacity building activities for AP staff, including indoor training, on the job training, coaching and ongoing technical support to ensure that guidelines/tools on Disability/Gender/DRR/Faith Development mainstreaming are clearly understood, followed and best practices are replicated by AP staff.

  • Develop tools/mechanism to ensure that standard indicators (goal, outcomes, and outputs) are disaggregated by Gender and Disability.

Resource Acquisition

  • Support Child Protection TP and Advocacy Manager in developing Grant/PNS Concept Notes and Proposals for Child Protection.

  • Provide technical support for design, implementation and evaluation of Child Protection Grant or PNS projects.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

(The following knowledge, skills, and abilities may be acquired through a combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience, or on-the-job training.)

Education

  • Bachelor degree in the relevant field

  • Relevant Master degree is an advance.

Knowledge & Skills

  • Strong relevant technical expertise

  • High level of diplomacy, communication, negotiation and persuasion and advocacy skills.

  • Proven ability to provide coaching and deliver other capacity building activities.

  • Ability to provide supportive supervision to assure the interventions’ quality.

  • Ability to document and share best practice for replication.

  • Good data analysis and reporting skills.

  • Good proposal writing skills.

  • Strong ability to speak, write and read in both English and Vietnamese.

Experience

  • Three years’ relevant experience in technical areas. Experience in programme quality support and staff training/coaching is preferred.

  • Experience in working with INGOs

  • Experience in advocacy.

  • Experience in Resource acquisition

Our contact details:

People and Culture Department

World Vision International - Vietnam

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 024. 39439920 (Ext:123)

World Vision Vietnam is a Christian non-government organization. Applicants having working experience in a similar kind of organization will be an advantage.

We give equal opportunity to every candidate, regardless of religion, race and gender.

A competitive salary, benefits and career development opportunity will be offered and commensurate with the experience, qualifications and responsibilities.

Community Mobilizer (Part Time) - Ninewa 

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The Community Mobilizer will monitor, support and deliver child protection and WASH activities in West Mosul. He/she is responsible for engaging with children and parents, as well as providing direct support to the implementation of Community based structures activities.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Case Management

  • Mobilize communities (leaders, parents, etc.) and disseminate information about the project to promote community support;

  • Work with affected communities and establish close relationships with them to better respond to their needs;

  • Support contextualization of tools for beneficiary identification and selection for protection activities;

  • Mobilize communities for child protection activities and awareness raising activities/campaigns;

  • Coordinate with the community stakeholders to sure that the needs are covered in timely and in line with world Vision quality benchmark;

  • Organize and support implementation of WASH activities in the targeted locations;

  • Conduct focus group discussion with community members to ensure strong community engagement;

  • Ensure that relevant target groups are identified and sensitized of the project activities. Contribute to contextualizing community interventions using community based approaches and DO NO harm principle.

Documentation

  • Submit weekly, monthly, annual activity reports to PC.

  • Open individual files for survivors, monitor the service provision, provide direct basic Psychosocial;

  • Manage, fill, archive specific templates and data sheet for cases profiling, referral and weekly reporting ensuring confidentiality, accuracy and timeliness;

  • Perform any other task assigned by line manager

Capacity Development

  • Participate in training and sensitization of beneficiaries on case management and other related trainings.

Other Roles

  • Represent WV at district level NGO in CP meetings, coordination forums as needed;

  • Perform any other duties as required by the Project coordinator/ or his/her line manager.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Minimum diploma Certificate is required.

  • A degree in relevant field is an added advantage.

  • Relevant Experience in community mobilization and Community engagement is required.

  • Strong understanding of Child protection in the community and demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of effected children and adult beneficiaries

  • Good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural sensitivity

  • Ability to work in difficult and high risk situations

  • Ability to cope and work under pressure

  • Well-organized, self-motivated and ability to work in a team

  • Familiar with Humanitarian Principles and standards

  • Strong diplomatic, interpersonal, listening and communication skills.

  • Must demonstrate willingness to learn and work with others as a team.

  • Good knowledge and experience of Caseworker.

  • Report writing skills and computer knowledge

  • Good communication in English and local languages.

Work Environment

  • Daily visit to the field

Case Worker (Part Time) - Ninewa

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The Caseworker is a member of the World vision Iraq Child Protection team. She/he will ensure that case management activities are consistent with World visions programming principles and approaches, draw on relevant best practices and lessons learned, enable children to attain their rights and also ensure support provided are compliant with donor regulations and Child Protection Principles .

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Case management

  • Provide case management and psychosocial support to vulnerable individuals. Assess the needs of the survivors and develop informed case plan to meet Children and their family’s needs. Arrange, provide, refer, follow up, coordinate and advocate for a package of multiple services to meet the specific needs of the survivors;

  • Participate in coordinated protection monitoring in target areas to better understand child protection issues in the targeted communities;

  • Conduct adequate case assessment for the provision of cash assistance to meet protection needs of children;

  • Conduct regular visits to vulnerable families, assess their needs and ensure safe child and family participation;

  • Sensitize community focal points on CP case identification and safe referrals including UASC and GBV;

  • Contribute to daily and weekly reports and submit weekly reports concerning implemented outreach activities and cases and participate in weekly case conferences Support in building child protection capacity of the Community based structures and Work in close coordination with them to be able to reach most vulnerable children

Documentation

  • Submit weekly, monthly and annual activity report to Project Coordinator;

  • Support Project Coordinator to report necessary case management information with the cluster and CP working groups;

  • Prepare individual files for survivors, monitor the service provision and provide necessary psychosocial support for wellbeing of children and their families in line with case management standard operating procedures ;

  • Maintain files, registers, computer databases and records in paper or electronic format based on principle of confidentiality. Ensure a child centered approach and always act in the best interests of the children.

Capacity Development

  • Participate in all World vision capacity development opportunities, and ensure cascading of the knowledge to relevant team members as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Minimum diploma certificate.

  • A degree in relevant field is an added advantage

  • Experience working in child protection with children and families.

  • Strong interpersonal skills, ethical sensitivity.

  • Experience in community mobilisation and conducting outreach activities.

  • Understanding of social welfare systems and child protection mechanisms.

  • Ability to write weekly and monthly reports.

  • Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work flexible hours when necessary.

  • Commitment to and understanding of World vision aims, values and principles including rights-based approaches

  • Full adherence to World Vision Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.

  • Must demonstrate willingness to learn and work with others as a team.

  • Necessary capacity and experience on Child Protection case management.

  • Report writing skills and computer knowledge.

  • Good communication in English and local languages.

Work Environment

  • Daily visit to the field

Child Wellbeing Facilitator

CHILD WELL BEING FACILITATOR

N° Offre: HR/NO/HRL/009/FY21

Fondée en 1950, World Vision est l’une des plus grandes organisations chrétiennes internationales d’aide humanitaire d’urgence et de développement à long terme. Elle aide chaque année plus de 100 millions de personnes à lutter contre la pauvreté, la faim et l’injustice dans près de 100 pays et soutient plus de 15 millions d’enfants.

Depuis plus de 20 ans, World Vision est en activité en République Démocratique du Congo. Ses zones d’interventions couvrent les provinces du Haut Katanga, de Lualaba, Tanganyika, de Haut Lomami, de Kinshasa, du Kongo Central, du Kwango, du Sud et Nord Kivu, du Sud, au Kasaï Occidental et Nord Oubangui ainsi que du Maidombe.

World Vision recrute UN (01) CHILD WELL BEING FACILITATOR basé(e) à GEMENA en République Démocratique du Congo.

But du poste :

  • Un facilitateur du bien-être de l'enfant travaille au sein des communautés pour permettre une transformation mutuelle dans la vie des enfants, des familles, des supporters et du personnel de VM eux-mêmes.

  • Le rôle sert de lien principal entre l'équipe du programme de VM et les parties prenantes et les communautés locales en se concentrant sur le travail avec les groupes et les organisations locaux pour contribuer aux priorités du bien-être des enfants dans la région.

  • Un facilitateur du bien-être de l'enfant agit en tant que facilitateur de partenariat et les aide à tirer parti de leurs forces et de leurs atouts existants et à faciliter les liens avec le soutien technique et le financement de VM et d'autres sources.

Principales responsabilités :

1. Engagement et vision avec les communautés

  • Assure une communication efficace sur l'identité, la mission, la vision, les valeurs de Vision Mondiale et notre approche du développement. Cela inclut le parrainage d'enfants tel qu'il est intégré dans un processus d'engagement communautaire plus large.

Développe et maintient une solide compréhension du contexte local, y compris les perspectives et les plans du gouvernement, en veillant à ce que toutes les voix soient entendues, en particulier celles des enfants et des jeunes, y compris les plus vulnérables.

Soutient la prise de conscience critique dans la réponse de la communauté au bien-être des enfants et d'autres groupes vulnérables et assure la participation de ces groupes dans les processus de développement communautaire.

Facilite des relations de travail efficaces entre les groupes de parties prenantes locales et entre les partenaires locaux et d'autres à l'extérieur de la zone.

Identifie de nouveaux partenaires à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur de la communauté, identifie comment ces partenaires peuvent travailler ensemble vers des priorités communes pour le bien-être de l'enfant.

Mobilise et soutient la création et le renforcement de groupes d'acteurs clés qui catalysent l'engagement communautaire pour améliorer le bien-être des enfants.

Facilite le plaidoyer local et soutient les réunions/ateliers communautaires clés conçus pour explorer et identifier les priorités clés pour le bien-être des enfants.

2. Partenariat et planification avec les communautés

Faciliter le partenariat/réseautage avec et les connexions entre les différentes parties prenantes locales (groupes communautaires formels et informels, entreprises, ONG et agences gouvernementales locales, etc.) pour mobiliser des ressources pour le bien-être des enfants.

Faciliter le renforcement des capacités des communautés et des partenaires locaux dans la planification de l'AP et l'examen communautaire annuel

Faciliter les activités de planification AP dans la zone assignée

Faciliter l'examen et la planification communautaires annuels dans la zone assignée

Soutenir les communautés et les partenaires pour développer et mettre en œuvre les plans communautaires de préparation aux catastrophes

Met en œuvre des activités en association avec des partenaires locaux.

Dirige les processus de planification locale en utilisant l'approche du programme de développement de VM.

Facilite le développement de partenariats multipartites.

Aide les partenaires au niveau local à identifier les besoins et leurs causes sous-jacentes ; et en reconnaissant les atouts et les ressources locales qui pourraient les aider à répondre à ces besoins, les mobiliser dans la mise en œuvre du programme.

S'assure que les experts techniques de VM et des agences partenaires s'engagent dans l'analyse des causes profondes et la planification du projet, en les aidant à communiquer avec la communauté de manière claire et pratique et en fournissant des informations sur les besoins de la communauté.

S'assure que les plans de programme locaux sont partagés avec le gestionnaire de programme de cluster et qu'un soutien est fourni dans la création de plans de programme annuels de zone.

3. Facilitation du parrainage (dans les programmes où le parrainage est applicable)

  • Oriente la communauté sur les messages de parrainage, intégrés à un processus d'engagement communautaire plus large.

Gère la formation continue dans le cadre d'un processus plus large de mobilisation communautaire.

Gère le renforcement continu des capacités des partenaires et des groupes communautaires dans le cadre du renforcement intégré des capacités sur la CCB.

Facilite l'élaboration des critères de sélection des enfants par l'intermédiaire du comité CWB.

Soutient le comité de la CCB dans le processus de sélection des enfants.

Facilite l'utilisation des normes de suivi de l'enfance pour catalyser et faire progresser les mécanismes de protection de l'enfance dirigés par la communauté.

Répond aux indicateurs d'opérations de service sur une base périodique par le biais des visites/activités continues.

Mise en œuvre continue de la communication avec les commanditaires par le biais d'activités de programme conformément aux conceptions d'activités pour les engagements individuels (des ententes peuvent être conclues avec le comité de la CCB pour l'utilisation de bénévoles).

Répond aux demandes de façon périodique par le biais de visites/activités continues (des ententes peuvent être conclues avec le comité de la CCB pour l'utilisation de bénévoles).

Facilite et soutient la capture des médias de parrainage - Contenu enfant et communautaire à la demande du bureau d'assistance.

Gère les processus commerciaux clés du parrainage tels que la gestion RC (création d'un nouvel enregistrement enfant, réactivation, réintégration, etc.), la surveillance RC (surveillance du bien-être de l'enfant).

Facilite l'équipe AP pour créer et concevoir des programmes/activités inclusifs RC (DIP) assurant ainsi la participation de chaque enfant enregistré.

4. Renforcement des capacités des partenaires et de la communauté

Facilite le renforcement des capacités qui aide à créer un environnement qui promeut les droits, la protection et la participation des jeunes et des enfants, y compris les plus vulnérables.

Renforce la capacité de VM et des groupes communautaires partenaires à produire efficacement les résultats communs.

Former et coacher les groupes communautaires partenaires sur les compétences appropriées et les méthodes d'auto-évaluation pour renforcer leur capacité de gestion des initiatives locales.

Identifie et engage le soutien pertinent au renforcement des capacités des experts techniques de VM et des agences partenaires, selon les besoins.

5. Mise en œuvre et suivi avec les communautés et les partenaires

Utilise un smartphone pour surveiller et d'autres processus commerciaux clés du parrainage, y compris la gestion et la mise à jour des données clés du parrainage et des médias enrichis.

Dirige la mise en œuvre des programmes techniques dans le domaine prioritaire alloué.

Facilite la mise en place de processus et de systèmes de surveillance par l'intermédiaire du comité de la CCB, y compris les dispositions relatives aux bénévoles.

Coordonne la surveillance continue par le biais du Comité de la CCB ou de bénévoles qui relèvent du Comité de la CCB.

Facilite la communauté, y compris les plus vulnérables, à participer à la collecte, à la réflexion et à l'apprentissage des données de suivi.

Contribue à l'analyse et à l'interprétation des données de surveillance.

S'assure que les données de suivi sont partagées avec le personnel concerné de VM.

S'assure que les rapports sur les projets partagés sont communiqués au sein de la communauté comme convenu avec les partenaires.

Aide les partenaires à documenter leur propre apprentissage.

Facilite l'utilisation de la CMS pour catalyser et faire progresser les mécanismes communautaires de protection de l'enfance.

Utilise les actifs de connaissances pour améliorer les résultats des programmes.

6. Soutien et développement de l'équipe du programme

S'engager dans l'apprentissage et le développement personnels et la maturité spirituelle et contribuer au développement de ses collègues.

Contribuer à la réflexion et à l'apprentissage continus au sein de l'équipe pour améliorer la performance du programme.

Connaissances, compétences et aptitudes

  • Baccalauréat, de préférence en éducation, santé publique, développement communautaire, travail social.

  • Au moins 2 ans d'expérience de travail dans le développement communautaire.

  • Expérience dans la mise en œuvre des programmes, la mobilisation communautaire et l'approche participative

  • Expérience de travail avec les parties prenantes/partenaires locaux.

  • Expérience de travail avec les enfants et les minorités ethniques.

ATTITUDES ET COMPORTEMENT

World Vision est une ONG dont le travail est centré sur les enfants. Ainsi World Vision se réserve le droit d’éliminer tout candidat qui aurait un antécédent relatif à l’abus sur un enfant ou des comportements contraires à la protection des enfants ; ce, même après la proclamation des résultats du test.

CONSTITUTION DU DOSSIER DE CANDIDATURE :

Envoyer votre dossier de candidature (lettre de motivation portant mention du numéro de l’offre, CV avec 3 personnes de références des employeurs précédents dont une référence ecclésiastique, LE CASIER JUDICIAIRE, une copie carte de demandeur d’emploi délivré par l’ONEM et des copies des autres documents nécessaires pouvant appuyer votre dossier) adressé au Directeur des Ressources Humaines au plus tard le 30 Septembre 2021 à 16h00’, avec en objet la mention « CHILD WELL BEING FACILITATOR » en ce lien.

Les candidatures féminines, conformes au profil recherché, sont fortement encouragées.

AVIS IMPORTANT !

Toute candidature ne respectant pas les consignes ci-dessus ne sera pas considérée.

Ne seront contactées que les personnes dont les candidatures seront sérieusement prises en considération.

World Vision ne perçoit aucun frais ou tout autre paiement, de quelle nature que ce soit, à aucun stade du processus d’un recrutement.

Soyez prudent, et si vous avez des questions et / ou souhaitez signaler ce que vous pensez être une agence de recrutement frauduleuse de Vision Mondiale, veuillez envoyer un email à [email protected]

Au cas où une demande quelconque vous serait adressée, merci de pouvoir dénoncer aux adresses suivantes :

Téléphone : +243972607911

Adresse mail : [email protected]

LA DIRECTION.

Project Officer (Let the Children Come Project).

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Project Officer

(Let the Children Come Project)

World Vision Rwanda is a child focused Christian humanitarian organization implementing development programs in 29 Districts of Rwanda.

World Vision Rwanda seeks to hire a highly qualified, dedicated and experienced national for the position of Project Officer(Let the Children Come Project).The position will be based atHead Office Kigali reportingto the Faith and Development Specialist.

Purpose of the position:

The Project Officer is expected to facilitate the successful implementation of the “Let the Children Come”Project. S/he will also ensure, monitoring and reporting is done for project activities regularly while working closely with targeted children, parents /caregivers and faith leaders to ensure their full participation and are benefitting from the project interventions. The project will run for 2years with a possibility of extension.

The major responsibilities include:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES

% of time

Activity

End Results

50%

Planning and Implementation

  • Facilitate the LCC project planning and implementation in the targeted districts/clusters;

  • Facilitate partnerships with churches in project spiritual nurture programs promoting children’s participation in Sunday schools, Bible clubs, and national and community level events.

  • Facilitate partnerships with Faith Based Organizations and key stakeholders towards the development and access of spiritual nurture materials

  • Facilitate LCC project training programs for parents/caregivers and faith leaders

  • Work collaboratively with Faith Based Organizations/Churches to establish Children’s discipleship programs and policies at national and community level.

  • Integrate project activities with other WV sectors especially the Resilience and Livelihoods Technical Programme Spiritual Nurture Interventions.

  • Facilitate the development of clear formal agreements with Faith Based Organizations and other key project stakeholders

  • Targeted children, parents/caregivers and faith leaders benefit from the project

  • Children participate in LCC Project Christian Discipleship programs

  • Increased accessibility of Spiritual Nurture Materials and Children’s discipleship curriculum by project beneficiaries (Children, parents/caregivers/faith leaders)

  • Parents/caregivers and faith leaders trained in Celebrating Families and Children’s discipleship

  • Disseminated policies and programs promoting Children’s Discipleship programs nationwide

  • Good collaboration promoted with Churches at national and community level.

  • The LCC project is fully aligned to World Vision’s Strategy and Technical Programmes.

  • Formal agreements established with Partner Organizations to achieve Project outcomes.

45%

Monitoring and Evaluation, Learning and reporting

  • Collaborate with the LCC Project manager and DME manager to ensure monitoring tools are developed and are in are in place to track the implementation of activities.

  • Ensure that the LCC project indicators are uploaded into and reported in Horizon and the reporting of project indicators is aligned.

  • Ensure documentation and consolidation of all LCC Project information, learning, including practices, success stories, plans, budgets and reports.

  • Ensure the planning for project baselines and evaluations

  • Conduct field monitoring visits to ensure evidence of reported activities and outputs at the field and beneficiary level; And ensure lessons from project implementation ( Celebrating Families, and Christian Discipleship programmes ) are systematically documented and shared with the Project manager and DME manager

  • Prepare monthly and quarterly activity reports and submit them to the supervisor

  • M&E Tools available for tracking LCC Project interventions

  • LCC Project is reported in Horizon and project indicators reporting is done adequately.

  • LCC project and impact data ,success stories, plans and reports are documented and consolidated at national level

  • Project baselines and evaluations conducted

  • Lessons learned are shared for learning and replication of impact.

  • NO annual reports featuring LCC project impact and contribution to Child Well Being

5%

Resource Acquisition

  • Contribute to the development and update of SNC fact sheets, capacity statements, and talking points for donor engagement

  • Work with GAM team in developing Children’s Spiritual Nurture related concept papers/proposals writing.

  • Proposal documents use of SNC factsheets and demonstrating WV’s faith and calling as strategic driver in CWB

  • GAM Team supported with SNC related information

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical skills and Experience

The following knowledge, skills and abilities may be acquired through a combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:

Required Professional Experience

  • 2 years’ experience facilitating Children’s Christian Discipleship Programs

  • Experience in designing and developing spiritual nurture/Christian formation materials.

  • Excellent communication, facilitation and networking skills which inspire confidence with local community stakeholders (partners, parents/caregivers)

  • Cross-culturally sensitive and aware, has a flexible worldview, and able to work with a wide range of people from different backgrounds and to rise above denominational differences.

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and

certification

  • Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Social Sciences, Psychology, Community Development, or other Development related fields.

  • Excellent Computer Skills

  • Fluency in English (excellent written and verbal communication skills, including report-writing and formal communication skills).

  • Effective written and verbal communication in Kinyarwanda

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

  • Mature, committed Christian with emotional and spiritual maturity

  • Good Monitoring and Evaluation knowledge and skills is an added advantage

  • A demonstrated knowledge in Children’s Christian Discipleship approaches

  • Experience in positive parenting programs/ approaches

Salary:

The salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

N.B: Women are highly encouraged to apply.

How to apply:

Should you wish to apply for this position, please go to http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-rwanda

If this is your first time applying online via the World Vision International careers website, you will need to register an account along with your application details. This site will provide you with additional functionality, such as saved searches and email alerts. Registration requires minimal information to create your account. Further details will be collected during the application process.

All applicants must apply using our online application system, CVs received via email or standard post will NOT be considered.

In case you face any challenges in applying, please let us know on [email protected](no applications will be accepted through this email).

The closing date for submission of applications is 26th September 2021;no late applications will be accepted.

As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditional upon successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks.

Note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Gestor Técnico de Programación Urbana / Tegucigalpa

Oportunidad de Contribuir

a la tierna protección de la niñez en Honduras

Título del puesto:

Gestor Técnico de Programación Urbana

Fecha límite de aplicación:

Según aplicaciones

Localidad del puesto:

Tegucigalpa

Fecha de inicio vacante:

Según aplicaciones

Cantidad requerida:

1 plaza

Esquema de trabajo:

Plaza permanente

Propósito del Puesto

Asegurar la gestión para la implementación de propuesta programática de las iniciativas estratégicas sobre Programación Urbana en contextos Frágiles a nivel operativa y financiero en la zona de influencia, en alineamiento a las prioridades organizacionales con el fin de asegurar acciones que protejan, renueve la esperanza, restaure las relaciones y defienda la dignidad de los niños y sus familias que viven en los contextos Frágiles priorizados generando impacto sostenible en la reducción de la violencia, generación de oportunidades para adolescentes y jóvenes contribuyendo a una cohesión social y buscando un bienestar y tierna protección de las niñas, niños, adolescentes y jóvenes de las zonas urbanas violentas atendidas.

Requisitos Técnicos:

  • Formación Universitariao técnica en áreas Sociales, Económicas, Educación – Pedagogía.

  • Tres años de experiencia trabajando en contextos frágiles y en incidencia en políticas públicas.

  • Experiencia en relacionamiento con socios y creación de equipos multidisciplinarios.

  • Conocimiento de perspectivas de Desarrollo con enfoque en la equidad de género.

  • Conducir Vehículo 4x4 o Motocicleta.

¿Cuáles serán tus funciones principales?

  • Gestionar los recursos técnicos y financieros necesarios para la implementación de la iniciativa de intervención urbana en contexto frágil violentos en base a las líneas estratégicas dadas organizacionalmente.

  • Orientar y acompañar al liderazgo comunitario para la implementación de los procesos e intervenciones de programación urbana en contexto frágil.

  • Gestionar el trabajo en asocio local y generar procesos de trabajo en alianza para la implementación de la Estrategia de Programación Urbana.

  • Proporcionar la rendición de cuentas basado en evidencias y el reportaje oportuno del territorio mediante la presentación oportuna de la información clave de desempeño.

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¿Por qué trabajar con nosotros?

Somos una organización cristiana de ayuda humanitaria, desarrollo y promoción de la justicia que sirve a todas las personas, sin distinción de raza, religión, grupo étnico o género.

Al trabajar con nosotros te conviertes en un protagonista que influye en favor de los niños, niñas, familias y comunidades más vulnerables alrededor del mundo. En Honduras tocamos la vida de más de 75 mil niñas y niños en Honduras, en 12 Departamentos, 28 Programas de Área y 694 comunidades.

Nuestra Causa

Una niñez tiernamente protegida, promotora de una sociedad más justa y segura.

Nuestra Visión

Para cada niño y niña, vida en toda su plenitud.

Nuestra oración para cada corazón, la voluntad de hacer esto posible.

Nuestra Misión

World Vision es una confraternidad internacional de cristianos cuya misión es seguir a Jesucristo, nuestro Señor y Salvador trabajando con los pobres y oprimidos para promover la transformación humana, buscar la justicia y testificar de las buenas nuevas del Reino de Dios

Somos Cristianos

Seguimos a Jesús– en su identificación con los pobres, los que no tienen poder, los afligidos, los oprimidos, los marginados; en su especial preocupación por las niñas y los niños; en su respeto por la dignidad otorgada por Dios a las mujeres de igual manera que a los hombres; en su reto por las actitudes y los sistemas injustos; en su llamado para compartir los recursos con los unos y los otros; en su amor por todas las personas sin discriminación o condiciones; en su oferta de una nueva vida por medio de la fe en Él. A partir de Él nosotros derivamos nuestro entendimiento integral del evangelio del Reino de Dios, el cual forma las bases de nuestra respuesta a la necesidad humana.

Política de Protección de la Niñez y Salvaguardia de Adultos

World Vision es una organización centrada en los niños que se compromete a salvaguardar a todos los niños y adultos beneficiarios, y tiene cero tolerancia para los incidentes de violencia o abuso contra niños o adultos vulnerables, incluida la explotación o el abuso sexual.

Cada miembro potencial del equipo debe comprender la importancia de estos temas y está abierto a más entrenamiento y orientación sobre nuestras políticas y responsabilidades de Safeguarding.

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