Friday, October 09, 2015

WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN TANZANIA


MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER

Reference
1996-15G24066
Location
Africa - Tanzania
Town/City
Dar es Salaam
Application Deadline Date
29-Oct-15
Category
Programme Effectiveness
Type
Fixed term, Full-time
International Role
No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Duration
1-2 Years


JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose of the position:

Millers pride project Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will provide technical support in project design and redesign, implementation and review of monitoring and evaluation activities. Specifically project M&E Officer will be responsible for compiling, analyzing and interpreting data in order to track project performance and writing up all report required.

He/ She will also ensure that feedback is provided within organization and to all relevant stakeholders regarding project performance. The Officer will ensure that data reported from all millers and report written meets the dimensions of data quality i.e. reliability, accuracy, timeliness, completeness and integrity. In addition, she/he will provide ongoing support to millers in the various aspects of monitoring and evaluation.

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

Roles and Responsibilities:

Conduct Assessment, Designing & Redesigning and Evaluation exercises of projects.

Facilitate preparation of Terms Of Reference (TOR), Memorandum of understanding (MOU) and production of quality reports for Assessment, Baseline Surveys and Evaluation as per donor requirement.

Facilitate documentation and sharing of learnings from project Evaluations and operations Audit reports with respective stakeholders.

Ensure collection of quality data from programs/projects for regular update of organization database.

Facilitate development and monitor the implementation of Tanzania fortification M&E plans.

Undertake review of projects documents for the quality and donor requirement.

Conduct project operation review in Tandale and Manzese, implementation status of operation audit recommendations in projects.

Follow up on timeliness and quality of reports as per Partnership and donors requirements.

Review engagement of external consultants in fortification related activities.

Skills and competencies:

Minimum Qualification required: Bachelor Degree in food technology, Human nutritional and any other related field. Experience: 2years work experience in Monitoring and Evaluation.

Technical Skills & Abilities required:

Computer skills especially in Statistical Packages.

Demonstrated ability in monitoring and supervision.

Experience in working with donor funds.

Working knowledge of proposal writing and negotiation skills.

Good planning and organizational skills.

Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and donors.

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

Working Environment / Conditions:

Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field

Travel: 20% Domestic/international travel is required.

On call: 10%



COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Reference
1994-15G06097
Location
Africa - Tanzania
Town/City
Dar es Salaam
Application Deadline Date
29-Oct-15
Category
Communications
Type
Fixed term, Full-time
International Role
No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Duration
1-2 Years

JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose of the position:

The Millers Pride Lishe Bora project aims to improve the livelihoods of maize flour farmers and the quality and nutrient content of the flour they produce by promoting good manufacturing practices, fortifying the flour and providing better access to markets. The project is currently targeting 300 medium scale miller producers located in Manzese and Tandale areas in Dar es salaam.

The Communications Officer will serve as the communications focal point for the Millers Pride Lishe Bora project. Their key role will be to develop and deliver a comprehensive communications plan. The plan seeks to document project achievements and to develop and disseminate key communications and marketing resources for public awareness and for changing behavior of key target groups. He/she will design Internal and External Communication messages and products; increase project visibility amongst media, donors and public; and establish communications channels, tools and products to facilitate engagement and promote information sharing and learning amongst key stakeholders such as government on the project and on nutritional related issues.

The incumbent will also observe the mission and core values of World Vision and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Develop and implement a comprehensive communications plan for the project and lead and manage the delivery of internal and external communications.

Coordinate with internal stakeholders and the donors and develop resources (i.e. publications, impact stories, videos and photos) that document activities that highlight and explain project’s successes and contributions to target audiences, stakeholders, and partners.

Support and facilitate the development of targeted communications channels and products to inform, update, educate and engage key national stakeholders (e.g. government and the public) on the project and nutrition-sector issues. Also design, draft and disseminate Information Educational and Communication (IEC) materials and promotional messages that educates and supports positive behavior change, for specific target groups within the project.

Actively work with the media to promote project visibility via local and regional media through selective use of radio, television, newspapers, magazines, and relevant social media platforms. Also manage and coordinate media and donor visits to project sites.

Provide guidance on branding requirements for the project and reinforce application and consistency of WVI communications brand policy across all internal and external products and materials.

Oversee and supervise the work of outsourced vendors such as graphic designers and printers.

Perform any other tasks as requested.


Skills and Competencies:

Essential qualifications and experience:

A Degree in communications, marketing, journalism, media or any related degree.

At least 3 years of communications and outreach experience obtained in a reputable organization where they were responsible for devising, formulating and implementing communications strategies and plans.

Experience with international development projects preferred.

Excellent writing skills and oral communication skills.

Must be able to design, draft and finalize communications products under tight deadlines.

Ability to work independently.

Complete fluency in oral and written English and Kiswahili.

High level of confidence and confidentiality.

Other Competencies/Attributes:

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

Perform other duties as required

Working Environment / Conditions:

Office-based with frequent travel to the project sites

Travel: 20% Domestic/international travel is required.

On call: 5%


MONITORING AND EVALUATION- SENIOR MANAGER ( -RE-ADVERTISED)

Reference
1740-17G24108
Location
Africa - Tanzania
Town/City
Dar es Salaam
Application Deadline Date
29-Oct-15
Category
Programme Effectiveness
Type
Fixed term, Full-time
International Role
No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Duration
1-2 Years


JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose of the position:
The Monitoring and Evaluation- Senior Manager will provide leadership in the development and implementation of WVT’s M&E system and ensure adherence with WVI practices and standards.

Roles and Responsibilities:
1. Organise and standardize monitoring in WVT
Contextualise WVI monitoring guidelines in a way that is practicable for the national office.
Develop WVT policies for monitoring that include data collection protocols and procedures.
Identify and select Child Wellbeing indicators that reflect WVT strategy to be used as standardised indicators across area and technical programmes.
Review area and technical programmes to ensure alignment with LEAP 3 monitoring standards, including the use of WVT standardised indicators.
Provide guidance to DME staff (specialists, officers etc) and area/technical programme managers in setting up effective monitoring systems
Ensure that WVT data collection protocols and procedures are followed across area and technical programme.
Contextualize the Partnership monitoring guidelines in a way that is practicable for WVT.

2. Oversee analysis of monitoring data at National Office level
Develop a data analysis framework to be used to review management reports from programmes, appropriate to WVT.
Consolidate and critically analyse monitoring data from all programmes on an ongoing basis.
Ensure data quality for WVT for all programmes by conducting regular data audits.

3. Manage the sharing and use of monitoring data
Share consolidated and analysed information from programmes with Senior Leadership Team on a regular basis to show progress towards the National Office strategy.
Prepare integrated lessons learnt from regular National Office-level reviews and reflection of all (technical) programme monitoring data, to be shared with programming and DME staff.
Highlight issues that may need to be shared with government ministries and other NO-level partners and counterparts, or that require further research, based on the evidence arising from monitoring data.
Provide recommendations to Senior Ledership Team of actions and changes to programme plans that may be required based on the evidence arising from monitoring data.
Guide key stakeholders to implement recommendations, as necessary.

4. Lead the Quality Assurance Team;
Organise M&E technical orientation for WVT;
Ensure M&E staff performance benchmarks are set and tracked;
Provide staff performance oversight including reporting to work and general welfare;
Ensure stewardship and accountability of WVT material and financial resources.
Skills and competencies:
Minimum Qualification required:
Post-graduate qualifications in Statistics, Epidemiology, Applied Science, Agriculture, Social Science or research based qualifications.
Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
Experience:
10 years proven experience with international development and humanitarian organizations in related field;
Other technical skills and abilities Preferred:
Conversant in qualitative and quantitative data collection protocols including, sampling.
Expert understanding of Logical Framework Matrix, Theory of Change, Pathway of Change, indicators, Performance Monitoring Framework, Results Framework, M&E Plans, Performance Indicator Tracking Tables.
Familiar with mobile applications for data collection.
Excellent analytical/problem-solving skills and attention to detail in development of written documents.
Expresses ideas, thoughts and concepts clearly and effectively in writing using correct and appropriate grammar and structure.
Demonstrates proficiency in computer applications including use of Microsoft Suite, SPSS, SAS, GIS etc.


HYGIENE AND SANITATION OFFICER ( RE-ADVERTISED)

Reference1713-17N30072LocationAfrica - TanzaniaTown/CityArushaApplication Deadline Date29-Oct-15CategoryWater, Sanitation and Health (WASH)TypeFixed term, Full-timeInternational RoleNo - Only National applicants will be considered.Duration1-2 Years
JOB DESCRIPTIONPurpose of the position:To provide technical support in design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of hygiene and sanitation programs, behavioral change methodologies (eg. Participatory hygiene and Sanitation Transformation – PHAST; Child hygiene and Sanitation Training – CHAST; Community-led Total Sanitation- CLTS) and hygiene promotion campaigns within WVT areas of operationObserve mission and core values of World Vision and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others
Major Responsibilities:•           To support WASH projects/programs Team Leader in ensuring compliance of all hygiene and sanitation standards and donor regulations•           Development of concept papers, proposal writing, engage in negotiation with potential donors and building capacity to WVT staff on appropriate hygiene and sanitation packages.•           Coordinate TOT on PHAST training in targeted projects•           Coordinate with water supply and sanitation field staff to ensure that the various aspects of the WASH Program are integrated.•           Development of hygiene promotion topics, hygiene sessions and IEC materials•           Develop materials to promote safe WASH practices, including appropriate use and maintenance of WASH facilities and services.•           Ensure that action is taken to mitigate priority water and sanitation related health risks.•           Provide technical support in preparation of divisional strategies, annual operational plan and budget.Other Competencies/Attributes:•           Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.•           Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and ExperienceThe following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:•           Minimum Qualification required: Bachelor of art in public health, social sciences or related fields.•           Experience: At least 2 year experience and understanding of Hygiene Promotion and community mobilization in relation to water and sanitation activities•           Preferred: Experience implementing PHAST/CHAST or CLTS behavior change methodologies•           Technical Skills & Abilities:•           Computer skills.•           Demonstrate ability in supervision•           Experience in working with water projects•           Working knowledge of proposal writing and negotiation skills

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