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Cash Officer (Guruve)

Job Description

JOB TITLE: CASH OFFICER

LOCATION: GURUVE

PURPOSE OF POSITION

  • To co-ordinate Cash Funded Project in the district and ensure compliance to Donor and World Vision requirements /guidelines.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Co-ordinate with other relief and development Agencies, Local Authorities and Government stakeholdersin the District in ensuring that food security and development intervention strategies are targeted to the appropriate target population.

  • Assist district team to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate approved activities as per programs design.

  • Ensure that all targeted cash recipients receive their monthly entitlements on time and with rightful calculations as prescribed by World Vision and Donor procedures.

  • Visit target communities on regular basis to get their perceptions and experience so as to assist in planning and development relevant community-oriented and sustainable programs

  • Prepare district work-plans and progress reports (weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly) as defined by the project guidelines.

  • Facilitate the identification designing and implementing of appropriate training needs for district staff and local communities.

  • Conduct and contribute to regular coordination meetings

  • Participate in any other job related activities assigned by superiors.

  • Attend daily devotions

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

*A Degree in Social Sciences/Agriculture /Development Studies or any related field

  • *At least 3years experience in community development, preferably in an NGO environment

  • *Proven organizational planning and managerial skills

  • *Demonstrate ability in the design and effective use of training materials

  • *Computer literate

  • *Clean class 4 drivers' licence is a must

  • *Ability to speak English and local languages