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Intern - Tirana AP

Job Description


Purpose of the position

This position support the Area Program Team in implementation of Sponsorship project in the field which will contribute to all children of Tirana Area Program for a better life through transformed relationship between children and their sponsors. This position support and help the team to meets Sponsorship Operation Indicators through timely and accurate processing of sponsor-to-child and child-to-sponsor correspondence, maintaining Registered Children supply through adequate Registered Children management systems, ensuring carry-out of sponsorship activities in the Area Program.

Major responsibilities

  • Support the implementation of Child Sponsorship project activities in collaboration with other team members

  • Support the Area Program team & community stakeholders in conducting all activities related to sponsorship and other Area Program projects, ensuring the participation of all registered children;

  • Assist the Area Program team that field activities are done in collaboration with community stakeholders and partners.

  • Address to Area Program Team the issues founded in the area about the most vulnerable children in the community.

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

  • Support the team in registering & management of children in the program

  • Support the Area Program team to provide timely and qualitative correspondence that meets agency requirements;

  • Support the Area Program Team to respond to sponsor inquiries within given deadline;

  • Report every case of child abuse, child health problem, education problem and coordinating with sectors for a solution.

  • Report all the activities and processes are organized according to guidelines

Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Social science or community development related university degree preferred.

  • Strong understanding on child rights/approaches in working with children

  • Good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural sensitivity, abilities to work as a team.

  • Effective in written and verbal communication

  • Good organizing and planning skills

  • Willingness and able to travel often in the field (90% of the time).

Only selected applicants will be contacted. Closing date for application is July 12, 2017.