Hygiene and Sanitation Officer - KIHEWA Project

19985-13N30018
Babati
29-Sep-21
International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.

JOB PURPOSE

Ensure KIHEWA Program technical support, work plan activities implementation and operations to achieve the intended program results and impact in a cost effective manner, while maintaining a high level of excellence and accountability.

Execute program activities as assigned by the of the project coordinator, planning, coordinating and executing activities with timely reporting. Taking part in project activities’ data collection, cleaning analysis and reporting as required by DME and or project management team. Abide and part of monitoring and evaluation activities per approved policies, systems, procedures and donor requirements

Observe mission and core values of World Vision and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others

Project Goal: Reduced # of Maternal and U5 cases and deaths in Karatu District by 2022

Project Target by end of 2022

o Direct Beneficiaries (Total: 11,936)

1. Under 5 children: 9,871

2. Pregnant women: 1,000

3. Husbands (or male partners) of pregnant women: 1,000

4. Community Health Workers (CHWs): 65

o Indirect Beneficiaries (Total: 46,545)

1. Child caregivers: 11,770

2. Government officials: 150

3. Community people: 34,625

The project outcomes aimed at ensuring that:

  1. Children and mothers access and utilize quality health care services

  2. Children and mothers access and utilize portable water and appropriate hygiene and sanitation services

  3. Monitoring and Evaluation To promotion and media exposure preparation

The Project Models: This project is an integrated Maternal and Child Health (MCH) project which combines the WASH and the gender sector laying emphasis on the health sector, and aims to contribute to achieving the goals of Tanzania's major national development policies such as:

The Tanzania Development Vision 2025, National Five Year Development Plan II, Health Sector Strategic Plan IV, and One Plan.

The project expects improved accessibility and quality of Tanzania's primary health care services, which will contribute to achieving The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3, 5 and 6 in Tanzania.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES

% of time

Activity

End Results

30%

Provide technical support in preparation of divisional strategies engagement

  • Activity plans and ToR and report

  • Field Monitoring

  • Related project meeting attendance

  • The number of facilities build as stated in the goal within the year of the project implementation.

  • Create and train CBWSO groups.

  • Construction of the WASH facilities.

  • Hold water quality test.

  • Formulate CVA teams and hold public dialogues.

  • Provide support to ensure appropriate coordination of project operations in line with the donor standards

  • In coordination with Finance team, ensure all activities related to the health dockets are implemented in line with the DIP

  • As a project officer, to participate fully in the provision of safe water and sanitation/hygiene.

  • Achieving the project indicators and fulfilling the strategic imperatives of the Our promise now, can be measured through timely

15%

Program Compliance of hygiene and sanitation standards

  • Track and facilitate solutions for operational issues hindering implementation of program/projects plans

  • Conduct Post activities reflection meetings in coordination with project coordinator and team to inform implementation efficiency

  • Support Karatu district team in the efficient implementation of all project activities including construction of WASH infrastructures and all WASH related project activities implementation.

  • Ensure timely implementation WASH activities for the community of Karatu in accordance to project deliverables

  • Support WASH projects/programs Team Leader in ensuring compliance of all hygiene and sanitation standards and donor requirement.

  • Ensure sanitation and hygiene activities are done as per National and organisational standards.

15%

Program Compliance of reporting and Grant management

  • Timely report submission as per both KOICA and World Vision Tanzania requirements.

  • Activity reports

  • Monthly reports

  • Semi-annual report

  • Annual report

  • Support Project Manager & coordinator and management in the implementation of project annual work plan review recommendations, project team meetings

  • Support project documentation through writing high-quality project activity reports for completed activities, with timely submission to project coordinator

  • Prepare and submit activity plans, requests and quality reports timely

  • Support project management team to ensure that project and organization resources while implementing project activities including fieldwork (vehicles, equipment, materials and finance) are used for the intended purpose and as per approved policies and guidelines.

20%

Financial and Non-Financial resources management

  • The financial and non-financial resources management will be seen throughout the project:

  • Understand the project budget for each activity to implement.

  • Ensure activity budget expenditure is within the limit (e.g. no significant overspending or underspending)

  • To utilize and maintain the office financial and non-financial resources throughout the project implementation

  • The utilization of the office resources will be in a way that focuses deeply to save the most vulnerable children.

  • All the project budget expenditure including per diem requests is made based on World Vision Tanzania policy and KOICA guidelines.

10%

Networking and external engagement

  • Support the Project Manager & coordinator to strengthen relationships with government, district teams, within the education , health, sectors and community while implementing project activities

  • Build positive work relationship with project collaborators maintaining unity and trust

  • Participate in district, community level meetings and engagements in consultation with and feedback to the Project Manager & Coordinator

  • Government and district teams responses are timely done as per requests with Project management.

  • Participating and supporting KIHEWA project activities

  • Effective coordination with Project Manager & Coordinator

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

At least 3 years in programming in an NGO and have experience and understanding of hygiene promotion and community mobilization in relation to water and sanitation activities.

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and

certification

  • Minimum qualification required Undergraduate degree in health related subjects, or Advanced diploma in clinical medicine

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

Experience implementing CLTS, MHM, PHAST/CHAST behaviour change methodologies

  • WASH Construction and capacity building to field staff, data collection and management

  • Technical Skills & Abilities:

  • Computer skills.

  • Good communication skills

  • Experience in working with donor funds in an INGO environment

  • Lobbying and negotiation skills

  • Good planning and organizational skills

  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with project staff and project beneficiaries

  • Monitoring and evaluation skills

Other Competencies/Attributes:

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

  • Preferred: Working experience in community health project , WASH interventions

  • Perform other duties as required.

Travel and/or

Work Environment

Requirement

Work environment: Office-based some travel to WVT field offices

Travel: 20% Domestic/international travel is required.

Physical

Requirements

Based in Karatu

Language

Requirements

English and Swahili

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Contact (within WV or outside WV)

Reason for contact

Frequency of contact

Project Manager

Day to day implementation of project activities to provide admin support to ensure donor requirements are met

(KOICA/WVT/WVK)

Daily/Weekly/Monthly/

On need basis

WASH Technical Team Leader

Provide technical support to ensure donor requirement are met for WASH technical consultation and Ensure compliance with National sanitation and hygiene standards

Monthly, On need basis

Cluster Managers, Supply Chain, Finance, Operations

Capacity building to cluster staffs

On need basis

EARO, WVUS and other support office

Technical support and engagement, Monthly Updates, assignment on other WASH Initiatives, Fundraising opportunities, Capacity Buildings, Reporting

On need basis

WASH Department Staffs

Working closely with my fellow WASH staffs

On need basis

Operations Department, Program Quality & Resource Development Department, Supply Chain among other Support Departments

Interacting with other departments to ensure collaborative solution-driven actions are met for project successful.

On need basis

DECISION MAKING

Decision making as stipulated in World Vision policies and guidelines.

CORE COMPETENCIES For all positions, select the top 3 prioritized competencies from below. Click here for a quick overview of our Core Competencies.

Be Safe and Resilient

Deliver Results

Build Relationships

Be Accountable

Learn and Develop

Improve and Innovate

Partner and Collaborate

Embrace Change

For Management positions only, select the top 2 prioritized competencies from below.

Model Self-Management

Engage, Influence, Lead

and Grow Others

Run an Effective

and Agile Organisation

Develop the Organisation

for the Future