Position: Community Development Facilitator – Health/HIV
Report to: Program Manager
Location: Buikwe Cluster
Purpose of the position:
The Community Development Facilitator will implement all project activities in the designated sub-counties/ areas and ensure quality of project interventions in line with Ministry of Health (MoH)) and World Vision policies. The job holder will work with line with WV technical program and district partners to technically interpret the technical approaches in the HIV project design to facilitate implementation of key activities.
Project planning and design.
Spearhead development of the project design document and detailed implementation plan.
Develop annual work plans and cash flows in line with the overall project design.
Project Implementation and Coordination
Coordinate project activity implementation in line with project work plans and WV technical approaches and technical models.
Liaise with the National office health technical specialists for quality implementation of health projects.
Identify technical experts to train district and community groups and strengthen capacity of implementing partners at village, sub county and district levels.
Ensure full participation and ownership of beneficiary communities in project interventions.
Work with CSDAs to ensure Registered Children and their households are participating and benefiting from project interventions.
Project Monitoring and Evaluation
Ensure effective project monitoring, documentation and reporting in compliance with agreed standards.
Ensure full participation of beneficiary communities in design, monitoring and evaluation by organizing community mobilizations, feedback meetings and community trainings.
Review quantitative and qualitative data on an ongoing basis to evaluate performance of the project and provide guidance to the program manager and partners
Participate in and support review, reflection and learning forums for ADP staff, community, local organizations and government.
Advocacy and Partnerships
Engage with the District and Sub County Health authorities and support the Program Manager in managing relations with government structures and civil society
Effectively network with local government structure and any other agencies undertaking activities in the target community and ensure that such activities are well integrated with World Vision and community activities to promote sustainability and ownership of interventions in planning and implementation.
Participate and represent WVU in HIV technical working forums at district and sub county levels
Guide and participate in joint campaigns, advocacy initiatives around HIV issues with partners and stakeholders
Facilitate growth of strong grassroots movements on specific advocacy issues.
Proper and efficient management and use of project finance and assets.
Financial and asset resources are managed and used in line with policy guidelines.
Track and manage budgets allocated for the project
Provide accurate and timely variance explanations on project over and under expenditures.
Reporting and documentation.
Compile and submit quarterly, bi-annual and annual project reports in alignment with WV LEAP 3 standards to the Program Manager, Buikwe and Health technical program manager.
Ensure documentation and sharing of best/promising practices to strengthen WVU`s institutional memory and learning
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Public health or Social Work
At least 2 years practical experience in HIV/AIDS programming with a reputable organization.
Good training facilitation and coordination skills
Excellent monitoring and evaluation skills
Experience in conducting needs assessment and report writing
Good understanding of child protection and demonstrated ability to integrate child protection in health programming.
Highly motivated to achieve quality results and service
Demonstrated accountability and integrity
Ability to communicate effectively
A good team player
Ability to influence individuals and groups
Practicing gender and cultural diversity.
Must be able to ride a motorcycle with a valid riding permit