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NAFASI ZA KAZI MKOA WA TABORA


Africa Inland Church Diocese of Tabora is a Faith Based Organization (FBO) which was officially inaugurated in 8th October 2006 and legally is registered with registration number S.A.6242, the core vision of the organization is to proclaim good news and at the same time meeting socio-economic needs of the societies around it.

Organization Vision
To see the community of our Tabora diocese overcome their spiritual, physical, educational and economical poverty

Organization Mission
Helping the community of our Tabora Diocese overcome their spiritual, physical and economic poverty,

AICT Tabora has an experience of more than 8 years of implementing various community projects including Pamoja Tuwalee OVC program since April 2012 to September 2016 in Tabora Municipal in partnership with PACT Tanzania, COMPASSION Children Centre Supporting Most Vulnerable Children and MANOLEO Project implementing HIV Interventions.  AICT Tabora is working in partnership with PACT Tanzania to implement KIZAZI KIPYA PROJECT: USAID NEW GENERATION PROJECT in Tabora Municipal.

Kizazi Kipya: USAID New Generation project is a successor to Pamoja Tuwalee Project, though with a slight different vision with strong focuses on HIV and targets orphans vulnerable children, as a subset of most vulnerable children (MVC). KIZAZI KIPYA-USAID New Generation program which is a new five-year program started July 2016 and will continue through July 2021.  AICT will continue to implement Kizazi Kipya Program in 29 wards of Tabora Municipality for 5 Years.
For efficient execution of its duets, AICT Tabora is looking for enthusiastic, creative, energetic individuals to fill the currently available positions based in Tabora Municipality.
General Guidelines to Applicants

The following  are general guidelines and conditions to be observed by all applicants:
i. Applications must be  addressed to General Secretary, and must be submitted  by       e-mail only to: aicttaborakizazikipya@gmail.com,
ii. Please send the application letter, certificates and your CV.
iii. The closing date for applications is 2nd April 2017, 17:00 PM

iv. Hard copy applications sent by post or by hand will not be considered.

v. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Job Title:            Project Manager (1 Position)
Reporting to:     Diocesean General Secretary 
                   
 Roles and Responsibilities
Provide overall technical, operational, and administrative support to project staff and promotes an organizational culture where policies and values are observed.
Oversee project budget including tracking spending, disallowed cost, approve travel request, staffs’ liquidation, reviews and approve all project expenses.
Project Manager is the main point-person with Pact Cluster Office for all Kizazi Kipya project implementation by the CSO.
Project Manager is the project leader who is ultimately responsible and accountable for timely, quality project implementation across all councils where the CSO is implementing.
Work in collaboration with DSWO, DMO, DACC, and CHACC at district level and Pact technical coordinators at cluster level to ensure high quality project activities delivery.
Ensure preparation and timely completion and submission both financial and narrative reports (monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual).
Work with M&E Officer to ensure that appropriate data is obtained to produce high quality timely reports.
In collaboration with organization management, mentors project staff (Case Management officer, Health and HIV Officer, Case Management Coordinators, Education Officer etc.) as appropriate in project management, organizational development and community development issues.
Supports performance of project staffs (Case Management officer, Health and HIV Officer, Case Management Coordinator, Education Officer etc.) by proactively addressing performance issues through regular, constructive and honest feedback, and coaching and identifying necessary staff development needs for direct reports.
Ensure staff is supported to deliver quality results in all project implementation activities.
Provides mentoring and guidance to the team members and models best practices; advises and trains other team members on, organization policies, procedures, tools, and methodologies, as needed.
Represents USAID Kizazi Kipya Project in public events, stakeholders’ meetings and coordinate with other donor funded programs at council level.
Performs any other related tasks as assigned by his/her employer

Skills and experience:

At least 3 years’ relevant experience.
Previous experience managing staff.
Experience in at least one of the following technical areas: Economic strengthening, Youth and Adolescent work, Case Management, Bi-Directional Reference, ECD, or Child protection.
Fluency in English and Kiswahili.
Understanding of OVC issues and child protection.

Academic qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Public Health, or Economic Development, Community Development or equivalent experience. Over 3 year’s relevant experience

Job Title:            Case Management Officer (1 Position)
Reporting to:      Project Manager
                       
 Roles and Responsibilities
Oversee Case Worker Coordinators and provide overall leadership for case management activities
Share direct supervision responsibilities of Community Case Workers (CCWs) with Case Worker Coordinators
Disseminate and ensure adherence to case management, child protection, referral and linkages, parenting and M&E guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate holistic case management at the household and community levels.
Ensure that case management services delivered address the holistic needs of OVC and caregivers including health, nutrition, education, protection, livelihoods and psycho-social well-being
Conduct quality step-down trainings to Case Worker Coordinators and CCWs
Regularly monitor case management activities and use the information to improve case management quality and implementation
Ensure CCWs complete required case management forms and ensure case filing system is developed and maintained
Work in partnership with local government authorities (LGAs) as appropriate, including but not limited to District Executive Directors (DEDs), Council Health Management Teams (CHMT), District Social Welfare Officers (DSWOs) and Ward level officials
Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and care givers in case management, child protection, parenting etc
Map existing community cadres (Community Health Workers, Home Based Care workers, para-social Workers etc) in communities and assist government officials to recruit and select CCWs for the National Integrated Case Management Training for CCWs.
Ensure that all CCWs are oriented to the Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct; take all cases of child abuse seriously and allow national protocols to ensure timely reporting.
Ensure CCWs are coordinating with local structures including health facilities and Child Protection Committees (formerly known as Most Vulnerable Children’s Committees).
Lead the development of a service directory for social services (in coordination with the Health and HIV Services Officer) in implementation areas; update the directory at least once a year.
Ensure that case management coordinator is providing continuous mentoring and support to CCWs; directly conduct supportive supervision to case management coordinator and CCWs.              
Submit timely update to the Project Coordinator for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports of the project.
Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the employer

Skills and experience:
The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year’s experience working with orphans and vulnerable children or the most vulnerable children and their care givers or parents in the areas of health, education, social support, nutrition and protection.
Work experience in the promotion of child protection, children’s and human rights and prevention of gender based violence and violence against children.
Proficient with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Report writing and publication skills.
Excellent  presentation and facilitation skills
Excellent written and oral English and Kiswahili
Ability to work effectively with multiple teams, partner agencies and community members.
Availability and willingness to travel up to 50% time.

Academic qualifications:
Diploma or first degree in Sociology, Social Welfare and Community Development from institutions registered or recognized by the Government of Tanzania

Job Title:          Case Worker Coordinator (3 Positions)
Reporting to:    Case Management Officer (CMO)

Roles and Responsibilities
Supervise community case workers (CCWs) and provide continuous mentoring and support to ensure delivery of high quality case management services.
Disseminate and ensure adherence to case management, child protection, referral and linkages, parenting, M&E guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate holistic case management at the household/community levels.
Ensure case management services delivered address the holistic needs of OVS and caregivers including health, nutrition, education, protection, livelihoods, and psycho-social well-being
Conduct quality step-down training to CCWs and facilitate monthly meetings in the field to introduce new topics, improve quality and reinforce guidelines and procedures.
Ensure CCWs complete required case management forms and case filling system is well maintained
Work in partnership with local government authorizes as appropriate, including  but not limited to District Excutive Directors, Council Health Management Teams, District Social Welfare Officers, and Ward level officials
Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and caregivers in case management, child protection, parenting etc.
Assist in mapping existing community cadres (Comminity Health Workers, Home-Based care workers, para-social Workers, etc) in communities and assist government officials to recruit and select CCWs for the national Integrated case management training for CCWs.
Ensure that all CCWs are oriented in the child protection policy and code of conduct; take all cases of child abuses seriously and follow national protocols to ensure timely reporting.
Ensure CCWs are coordinating with local structures including health facilities and child protection committees (formerly known as Most Vulnerable Children’s Committees).
         
Assist in the development of a service directory of social services ( in coordination with the Health and HIV services Officer) in implementation areas; update the directory at least once a year
Submit timely updates to the case management officer for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports.
Document lessons learned and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by employer

Skill and experience:
The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year’s experience working with orphans and vulnerable children or the most vulnerable children and their care givers or parents in the areas of health, education, social support, nutrition and protection.
Work experience in the promotion of child protection, children’s and human rights and prevention of gender based violence and violence against children.
Proficient with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Report writing and publication skills.
Excellent  presentation and facilitation skills
Excellent written and oral English and Kiswahili
Ability to work effectively with multiple teams, partner agencies and community members.
Availability and willingness to travel up to 50% time.

Academic qualifications:
Diploma or first degree in Sociology, Social Welfare and Community Development from institutions registered or recognized by the Government of Tanzania.

 Job Title:          Health and HIV Services Officer (1 Position)
Reporting to:     Project Manager

Roles and Responsibilities
To represent AICT and coordinate with the Council Health Management Team regarding HIV and health related activities
Hold monthly coordination meetings with the Care and Treatment Centres (CTCs) in the implementation area to support shared confidentiality, facilitate case conferencing, improve the bi-directional referral system and ensure HIV positive beneficiaries receive needed services.
Support Early Childhood Development (ECD) corners at targeted health facilities, including regular monitoring and supportive supervision
Support Community Case Workers (CCWs) to work with high pediatric volume CTCs to trace HIV positive OVC who miss appointments, enroll them into Kizazi Kipya project and link them back to CTSs.
Support CCWs to conduct HIV risk assessment for OVC during case management, refer and link at risk OVC to HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC).
Schedule quarterly Reproductive Health Education outreaches to teen clubs and organize HTC outreaches for adolescents with high risk behaviors.
Work with EGPAF to roll out a supplemental HIV curriculum to CCWs and ensure CCWs provide appropriate support to HIV positive OVC and care givers.
Support CCWS to strengthen the capacity of care givers to support HIV positive OVC and ensure CCWs refer HIV positive OVC and care givers to PLHIV support groups.
Ensure  screening of care givers for depression and link them to appropriate services
Support the roll out of evidence based curriculums relating to HIV (e.g. Stepping Stones, Sinovuyo teens, Sexual Reproductive Health Education, Care for Child Development etc.)
Support the establishment of a bi-directional referral system to monitor beneficiaries through the HIV continuum of care as well as service completion for other health and social services.
Monitor implementation, bottlenecks, and performance metrics of the bi-directional referral system; proactively offer solutions, conduct quality improvement activities and implement adjustments to improve referral outcomes.
Coordinate quarterly district level quality improvement meetings with relevant bi-directional system stakeholders; ensure actions from the meetings are implemented and the bi-directional system is improved.
Work with the M&E officer to ensure all bi-directional referral data is accurate and produced weekly; use data for decision making.
Lead the development of a service directory for health, nutrition and HIV services in the implementation area; update the directory at least once a year.
Support CCWs to conduct nutrition activities, including nutrition assessments, counseling and linkage to other nutrition services providers.
Provide continuous supportive supervision to CCWs to ensure provision of health-related services and referrals and linkages to beneficiaries.
Submit timely update to the Project Manager for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports of the project.
Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by his/her employer.

Skills and experience:
The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year’s experience working with orphans and vulnerable children or the most vulnerable children and their care givers or parents in the areas of health, education, social support, nutrition and protection.
Work experience in health education including water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), HIV infection prevention,
Proficiency in MS Word and Excel. Proficiency in MS PowerPoint will be added advantage.
Report writing and publication skills.
Excellent presentation and facilitation skills
Good written and oral English and Kiswahili
Ability to work effectively with multiple teams, partner agencies and community members.
Availability and willingness to travel up to 50% time.

Academic qualifications:
Diploma in Public Health, Nursing Officer’s Certificate or Clinical Officer’s Certificate from institutions registered or recognized by the Government of Tanzania.

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