Community Development Facilitator - Hoima MNCH Project
Position: Community Development Facilitator - Hoima MNCH Project.
Report to: Project Coordinator
Location: Hoima (Western Region Office)
Purpose of the position:
To coordinate all project activities at a cluster level and monitoring progress towards achievement of targets as well as support the team on all aspects of Newborn Care, Goal Oriented ANC, Post Natal Care aspects, EmNOC its Signal Functions and community based MNCH.
Take the lead in the roll out of the MNCH projects in the Project site by ensuring that the projects are using the most appropriate innovative and cost effective technologies.
Provide necessary technical guidance to system’s partners during the course of the project
Manage, and supervise all core interventions at the lower level with in the DIP
Ensure that all MNCH and other related deliverables are achieved according to the detailed implementation plan.
Support to Community Health Information Management System strengthening by ensure the operationalization of the community health Mobile phone platform for reporting on ttC for and the entire CHMIS MoH System.
Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation
Works with the Project coordinator in the preparation of quality project reports are submitted on time to support offices and donors.
Work with health staff and program development team in the roll out of baseline surveys and evaluation of the project, on the required basis
Oversee the rollout of the MNCH data collection process at the community and health facility level
Reporting and Accountability
Maintains records of activity implementation as approved by the PM in a developed ToR
Produces monthly report that shows what has been active and done in the project area
Manages allocated monies and organization resources (such as phones, cameras, bus cards) as per agreed practices
Prepares for and participates in evaluation projects when required
Participates in meetings and contribute to organization development
Liaise with development agencies and partners on collaborative work related to MNCH and other initiatives to position World Vision as a strategic partner in mhealth landscape
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
Must have a University Degree in Nutrition or Public Health.
Working experience in working in the area of Maternal Newborn and Child Health at any level of implementation
Knowledge and experience in implementation of community based MNCH integrated services is key
Experience in working communities with good knowledge of public health system and structures
Knowledge of MNCH methodologies and other related approaches
Strong interpersonal communication and counseling skills.