Tag Archives: kizazi

Nafasi 9 Za kazi PACT Tanzania

Position: Gender and Youth Coordinator  (6 Posts)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 6
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Kyela DC, MBeya CC, Muleba DC, Shinyanga MC, Kahama TC and Ushetu DC
Reporting To Cluster Technical Manager/CSO Program Manager

Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.

Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Coordinator serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The coordinator will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age and gender appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will lead the implementation of DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention activities in respective clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils.

The six (6) coordinators will be seconded at the CSO offices in the councils implementing DREAMS interventions so as to closely monitor all gender and youth related intervention with most focus on monitoring the DREAMS activities i.e. in-school intervention for 9-14 girls, HIV prevention- SRH interventions for 9-17 girls and boys, vocational scholarships for 15-17 girls, Furaha parenting program for adolescents and their caregivers, gender related sessions for caregivers etc.

Responsibilities;
The Gender and Youth Coordinators must develop a close working relationship with the sub-grantees providing OVC services at the community level, LGAs, teachers, vocational centers and beneficiaries. The coordinator will be responsible for

1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting

  • Lead timely enrollment of the DREAMS 10-14 AGYW and ensure verification of the existence of these enrolled girls within the DREAMS targeted schools.
  • Ensure HURU teachers trainings have been conducted in all targeted schools, HURU Sessions have been conducted and attendance registers have been filled for every girl attending the session.
  • Ensure distribution of materials to beneficiaries who have completed HURU sessions such as educational subsidies and reusable sanitary kits; ensure quality of materials are verified prior to distribution and proper documentation is collected from beneficiaries.
  • Ensure Furaha Parenting Program has been delivered to DREAMS 10-14 girls who are/have also received HURU intervention. And ensure participation and quality delivery of the program sessions.
  • Work closely with the hired chaperones supporting DREAMS girls at the vocational centers to ensure girls complete their courses and receive their business start-up kits at the completion of their courses.
  • Support CSOs to ensure all DREAMS girls’ households are visited by CCWs on monthly services and receive case management services similar to other general Kizazi Kipya OVC.
  • Ensure management of proper documentation of all DREAMS girls from enrollment to service delivery forms to ensure easy verification of the services provided.
  • Regularly monitor project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
  • Regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAM girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAM girls.
  • Submit written updates to the CSO program manager and Technical Cluster Manager for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
  • Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.

2) Supervision and provision of Technical oversight to CSO- DREAMS Coordinators

  •  Serve as the technical point person and mentor to sub grantees on educational support, life skills, HIV prevention and reproductive health education to adolescents; prevention and response to Violence against Children (VAC) and Gender Based Violence (GBV) this requires technical expertise on evidence-based programming in these areas and experience in working on programs targeting youth.
  • Co-develop work plans and action plans with sub grantees and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
  • In close collaboration with sub grantees, provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination

  • Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
  • Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at CSOs and other project stakeholders.
  • Make use of the developed tools for CSOs to better track progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so that CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Partnership and coordination

  • Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and adolescent in the core areas of sexual reproductive health, VAC/GBV issues, livelihoods, life skills, employability etc.
  • Work in partnership with regional and local government authorities as appropriate.Work closely with M&E staff to ensure collection and submission of high-quality data and closely monitor data to better understand progress of activities and target supportive supervision based on performance.
  • Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Cluster Technical Manager.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
  •  At least 5 years of solid experience working in youth programming and community development;
  • Knowledge in evidence based youth programming for HIV prevention;
  • Knowledge of gender issues in development, particularly in GBV;
  • Experience of working with VETA or vocational training institutions, primary schools/formal education system, and health facilities;
  • Thorough understanding of the global and national efforts around youth;
  • Experience in participatory approach including community mobilization and youth engagement;
  • Experience of working with teams in remote locations;
  • Experience facilitating highly effective trainings with demonstrated skill transfer to participants;

Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

***************

Position: Gender and Youth Officer (1 Post)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Gender and Youth Integration Advisor

Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.

Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Officer serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The officer will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age- appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will supervise the implementations of all DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention interventions in all clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils. The officer will be positioned in Pact Dar es Salaam Office so as to oversee all DREAMS related activities in all 8 DREAMS councils and support Gender and Youth Integration Advisor with following up on other gender and youth based intervention in all Kizazi Kipya targeted councils.

Responsibilities;
The officer will be responsible for
1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting

  • Ensure close coordination of the implementation and technical quality for the project’s DREAMS activities in all 8 DREAMS councils including ensuring completion of DREAMS enrollment, implementation of HURU sexual and reproductive health, distribution of HURU sanitary kits and education subsidies for in-school OVC girls and parenting interventions for caregivers of adolescents age 10-14. Also coordinate scholarships completion and startup kits provision for out of school OVC girls age 15-17.
  • Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor each project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
  • Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAMS girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAMS girls.
  • Follow up on the support provided by chaperones to DREAMS girls at the vocational centers and compile Chaperones’ monthly reports provided by the Cluster Technical Managers.
  •  Submit written updates to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for inclusion on monthly basis and during the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
  • Participate in national level DREAMS partners, government, and other stakeholders to ensure coordination and attend national level DREAMS related meetings, workshops, etc.

2) Support supervision of various youth and gender approaches across the project.

  • Co-develop work plans and action plans with Gender and Youth Integration Advisor and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
  • Serve as support to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for the roll out of the HIV Prevention Interventions both in-school and out of school girls and boys age 10-14 and 15-17 such as monitoring school attendance and progression, roll out of the 3 HIV Prevention Modules for 9-14 and National ASRH curriculum for 15-17.
  • Facilitate activities to help project and CSO staff improve their own gender attitudes and beliefs and raise awareness about gender dynamics and gender based violence, and develop skills for integrating gender considerations into project activities.
  • Support coordination of the GBV/VAC Dialogue toolkit, to be adapted from evidence based approaches, for use by VSLG groups and other project platforms to facilitate community dialogues on perceptions of violence and harmful practices against women and children.
  • Work with the project Clusters TSC- Case Management & Child Protection to ensure that the case management approach is tailored to the needs of all targeted adolescents.
  •  Provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination

  • Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at Cluster, CSOs and other project stakeholders.
  • Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
  •  Support in development of tools for better tracking of progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Cross-cutting responsibilities

  • Help to define the project learning agenda on youth and gender, including working with M&E team on defining critical data to be collected, and on analysis of data.
  • Collect the documented lessons learnt and best practices in youth and gender for experience sharing and replication.
  •  Stay up to date on state-of-the-art and evidence-based approaches in gender and youth, and work to integrate these into project activities.
  • Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
  • At least 5 years’ experience in an HIV-focused field position that included gender and youth; PEPFAR experience preferred.
  • Strong technical knowledge of national and international gender guidelines and policies.
  • Strong technical knowledge of national and international youth programming guidelines and policies.
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt policies, frameworks, and program analyses into actionable steps for implementation at community level which are appropriate for the OVC adolescents and caregivers.
  • Experience with creating strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders including local government, CSOs and community members.
  • Demonstrated experience with using M&E data for program monitoring and decision-making, and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements.
  • Experience with PEPFAR 3.0 funded projects in Tanzania
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in Kiswahili and English, including writing high quality reports.
  • Excellent training and mentorship skills in working with adult learners.
  • Creative thinker and energetic team player
  • Able and willing to travel throughout Tanzania.

Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

**************

Position: Logistic Assistant/Driver (1 Post)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 2.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 01-Oct-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Administration Officer

Pact Overview
At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalised discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.

Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development. Pact Tanzania is a field office of “Pact” an international non-governmental and non-profit making organization with its headquarters in Washington DC. Pact Tanzania exists to build local capacity to enable systematic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy and enjoy the benefit nature provides.

Position Purpose
To safely operate Pact Tanzania vehicles efficiently and to provide administrative assistance to the Pact office as needed.

Responsibilities;

  • Safely operate Pact vehicles in accordance to Tanzanian traffic laws
  • Maintain fuel, mileage and maintenance logs for the vehicles
  • Ensure that vehicles are maintained in good running order
  •  Assist with office administrative support such as photocopying, filing, binding of documents, filling, etc., as needed
  • Conduct deliveries, airport pick-ups and messenger services efficiently by taking the most direct routing.
  •  Advise staff on safe driving policy when necessary
  • Ensure the vehicle is clean and in good condition all the time
  • Assist Administration Officer on other fleet management and operations issues.
  • Act as a backup driver when there is a need of immediate driver in cluster and Dar main offices.

Preferred Qualifications

  • High School diploma/Form IV Certificate or equivalent qualification
  •  Certification from a reputable Driver’s Education School
  •  Class C drivers license

Experience and Skills

  • At least two years experience as a driver/messenger, with preference for experience with USAID or other donors.
  •  Safe driving record
  • Must be well acquainted with basic knowledge on vehicle parts and be able to diagnose vehicle related faults at first place.
  • Long distance driving experience
  • Good oral communication ability.
  • Polite, easy going, ability to work with variety of different people and cultures
  • Ability to work after normal working hours to transport staff/consultants to airport and other locations.
  •  Strong language capability in both Kiswahili and English.
  •  Must be honest and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity.
  • Ability to write a work-related report.

Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

NOTE: TO APPLY ANY JOBS ABOVE, FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW.

TO APPLY CLICK HERE!

9 New Career Opportunities at PACT Tanzania

Position: Gender and Youth Coordinator (6 Posts)
PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 6
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019
Job Description
Location Kyela DC, MBeya CC, Muleba DC, Shinyanga MC, Kahama TC and Ushetu DC
Reporting To Cluster Technical Manager/CSO Program Manager
Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

Recommended:
Free CV Writing and Download, Cover/Job Application Letters, Interview Questions and It’s Best Answers plus Examples. Click Here!

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.
Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Coordinator serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The coordinator will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age and gender appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will lead the implementation of DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention activities in respective clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils.
The six (6) coordinators will be seconded at the CSO offices in the councils implementing DREAMS interventions so as to closely monitor all gender and youth related intervention with most focus on monitoring the DREAMS activities i.e. in-school intervention for 9-14 girls, HIV prevention- SRH interventions for 9-17 girls and boys, vocational scholarships for 15-17 girls, Furaha parenting program for adolescents and their caregivers, gender related sessions for caregivers etc.

APPLY JOBS ONLINE
Responsibilities;
The Gender and Youth Coordinators must develop a close working relationship with the sub-grantees providing OVC services at the community level, LGAs, teachers, vocational centers and beneficiaries. The coordinator will be responsible for
1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting
• Lead timely enrollment of the DREAMS 10-14 AGYW and ensure verification of the existence of these enrolled girls within the DREAMS targeted schools.
• Ensure HURU teachers trainings have been conducted in all targeted schools, HURU Sessions have been conducted and attendance registers have been filled for every girl attending the session.
• Ensure distribution of materials to beneficiaries who have completed HURU sessions such as educational subsidies and reusable sanitary kits; ensure quality of materials are verified prior to distribution and proper documentation is collected from beneficiaries.
• Ensure Furaha Parenting Program has been delivered to DREAMS 10-14 girls who are/have also received HURU intervention. And ensure participation and quality delivery of the program sessions.
• Work closely with the hired chaperones supporting DREAMS girls at the vocational centers to ensure girls complete their courses and receive their business start-up kits at the completion of their courses.
• Support CSOs to ensure all DREAMS girls’ households are visited by CCWs on monthly services and receive case management services similar to other general Kizazi Kipya OVC.
• Ensure management of proper documentation of all DREAMS girls from enrollment to service delivery forms to ensure easy verification of the services provided.
• Regularly monitor project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
• Regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAM girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAM girls.
• Submit written updates to the CSO program manager and Technical Cluster Manager for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
• Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.

2) Supervision and provision of Technical oversight to CSO- DREAMS Coordinators
• Serve as the technical point person and mentor to sub grantees on educational support, life skills, HIV prevention and reproductive health education to adolescents; prevention and response to Violence against Children (VAC) and Gender Based Violence (GBV) this requires technical expertise on evidence-based programming in these areas and experience in working on programs targeting youth.
• Co-develop work plans and action plans with sub grantees and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
• In close collaboration with sub grantees, provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination
•Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
• Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at CSOs and other project stakeholders.
• Make use of the developed tools for CSOs to better track progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so that CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Partnership and coordination
• Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and adolescent in the core areas of sexual reproductive health, VAC/GBV issues, livelihoods, life skills, employability etc.
• Work in partnership with regional and local government authorities as appropriate.
• Work closely with M&E staff to ensure collection and submission of high-quality data and closely monitor data to better understand progress of activities and target supportive supervision based on performance.
• Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Cluster Technical Manager.

Preferred Qualifications
• Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
• At least 5 years of solid experience working in youth programming and community development;
• Knowledge in evidence based youth programming for HIV prevention;
• Knowledge of gender issues in development, particularly in GBV;
• Experience of working with VETA or vocational training institutions, primary schools/formal education system, and health facilities;
• Thorough understanding of the global and national efforts around youth;
• Experience in participatory approach including community mobilization and youth engagement;
• Experience of working with teams in remote locations;
• Experience facilitating highly effective trainings with demonstrated skill transfer to participants;
Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.
***************

Position: Gender and Youth Officer (1 Post)
PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019
Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Gender and Youth Integration Advisor

Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.

Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Officer serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The officer will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age- appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will supervise the implementations of all DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention interventions in all clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils. The officer will be positioned in Pact Dar es Salaam Office so as to oversee all DREAMS related activities in all 8 DREAMS councils and support Gender and Youth Integration Advisor with following up on other gender and youth based intervention in all Kizazi Kipya targeted councils.

Responsibilities;
The officer will be responsible for
1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting
• Ensure close coordination of the implementation and technical quality for the project’s DREAMS activities in all 8 DREAMS councils including ensuring completion of DREAMS enrollment, implementation of HURU sexual and reproductive health, distribution of HURU sanitary kits and education subsidies for in-school OVC girls and parenting interventions for caregivers of adolescents age 10-14. Also coordinate scholarships completion and startup kits provision for out of school OVC girls age 15-17.
• Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor each project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
• Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAMS girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAMS girls.
• Follow up on the support provided by chaperones to DREAMS girls at the vocational centers and compile Chaperones’ monthly reports provided by the Cluster Technical Managers.
• Submit written updates to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for inclusion on monthly basis and during the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
• Participate in national level DREAMS partners, government, and other stakeholders to ensure coordination and attend national level DREAMS related meetings, workshops, etc.

2) Support supervision of various youth and gender approaches across the project.
• Co-develop work plans and action plans with Gender and Youth Integration Advisor and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
• Serve as support to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for the roll out of the HIV Prevention Interventions both in-school and out of school girls and boys age 10-14 and 15-17 such as monitoring school attendance and progression, roll out of the 3 HIV Prevention Modules for 9-14 and National ASRH curriculum for 15-17.
• Facilitate activities to help project and CSO staff improve their own gender attitudes and beliefs and raise awareness about gender dynamics and gender based violence, and develop skills for integrating gender considerations into project activities.
• Support coordination of the GBV/VAC Dialogue toolkit, to be adapted from evidence based approaches, for use by VSLG groups and other project platforms to facilitate community dialogues on perceptions of violence and harmful practices against women and children.
• Work with the project Clusters TSC- Case Management & Child Protection to ensure that the case management approach is tailored to the needs of all targeted adolescents.
• Provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination
• Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at Cluster, CSOs and other project stakeholders.
• Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
• Support in development of tools for better tracking of progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Cross-cutting responsibilities
• Help to define the project learning agenda on youth and gender, including working with M&E team on defining critical data to be collected, and on analysis of data.
• Collect the documented lessons learnt and best practices in youth and gender for experience sharing and replication.
• Stay up to date on state-of-the-art and evidence-based approaches in gender and youth, and work to integrate these into project activities.
• Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor.

Preferred Qualifications
• Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
• At least 5 years’ experience in an HIV-focused field position that included gender and youth; PEPFAR experience preferred.
• Strong technical knowledge of national and international gender guidelines and policies.
• Strong technical knowledge of national and international youth programming guidelines and
policies.
• Demonstrated ability to adapt policies, frameworks, and program analyses into actionable steps for implementation at community level which are appropriate for the OVC adolescents and caregivers.
• Experience with creating strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders including local government, CSOs and community members.
• Demonstrated experience with using M&E data for program monitoring and decision-making, and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements.
• Experience with PEPFAR 3.0 funded projects in Tanzania
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in Kiswahili and English, including writing high quality reports.
• Excellent training and mentorship skills in working with adult learners.
• Creative thinker and energetic team player
• Able and willing to travel throughout Tanzania.
Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.
**************

Position: Logistic Assistant/Driver (1 Post)
PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 2.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 01-Oct-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019
Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Administration Officer

Pact Overview
At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalised discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.

Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development. Pact Tanzania is a field office of “Pact” an international non-governmental and non-profit making organization with its headquarters in Washington DC. Pact Tanzania exists to build local capacity to enable systematic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy and enjoy the benefit nature provides.

Position Purpose

To safely operate Pact Tanzania vehicles efficiently and to provide administrative assistance to the Pact office as needed.

Responsibilities;
• Safely operate Pact vehicles in accordance to Tanzanian traffic laws
• Maintain fuel, mileage and maintenance logs for the vehicles
• Ensure that vehicles are maintained in good running order
• Assist with office administrative support such as photocopying, filing, binding of documents, filling, etc., as needed
• Conduct deliveries, airport pick-ups and messenger services efficiently by taking the most direct routing.
• Advise staff on safe driving policy when necessary
• Ensure the vehicle is clean and in good condition all the time
• Assist Administration Officer on other fleet management and operations issues.
• Act as a backup driver when there is a need of immediate driver in cluster and Dar main offices.

Preferred Qualifications
• High School diploma/Form IV Certificate or equivalent qualification
• Certification from a reputable Driver’s Education School
• Class C drivers license

Experience and Skills
• At least two years experience as a driver/messenger, with preference for experience with USAID or other donors.
• Safe driving record
• Must be well acquainted with basic knowledge on vehicle parts and be able to diagnose vehicle related faults at first place.
• Long distance driving experience
• Good oral communication ability.
• Polite, easy going, ability to work with variety of different people and cultures
• Ability to work after normal working hours to transport staff/consultants to airport and other locations.
• Strong language capability in both Kiswahili and English.
• Must be honest and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity.
• Ability to write a work-related report.
Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.
NOTE: TO APPLY ANY JOBS ABOVE, FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW.

PACT Tanzania Ngo Jobs (9 Posts)

ajira employment jobs vacancies in PACT Tanzania NGO 2019< >

Position: Gender and Youth Coordinator  (6 Posts)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 6
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Kyela DC, MBeya CC, Muleba DC, Shinyanga MC, Kahama TC and Ushetu DC
Reporting To Cluster Technical Manager/CSO Program Manager

Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.

Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Coordinator serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The coordinator will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age and gender appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will lead the implementation of DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention activities in respective clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils.

The six (6) coordinators will be seconded at the CSO offices in the councils implementing DREAMS interventions so as to closely monitor all gender and youth related intervention with most focus on monitoring the DREAMS activities i.e. in-school intervention for 9-14 girls, HIV prevention- SRH interventions for 9-17 girls and boys, vocational scholarships for 15-17 girls, Furaha parenting program for adolescents and their caregivers, gender related sessions for caregivers etc.

Responsibilities;
The Gender and Youth Coordinators must develop a close working relationship with the sub-grantees providing OVC services at the community level, LGAs, teachers, vocational centers and beneficiaries. The coordinator will be responsible for

1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting

  • Lead timely enrollment of the DREAMS 10-14 AGYW and ensure verification of the existence of these enrolled girls within the DREAMS targeted schools.
  • Ensure HURU teachers trainings have been conducted in all targeted schools, HURU Sessions have been conducted and attendance registers have been filled for every girl attending the session.
  • Ensure distribution of materials to beneficiaries who have completed HURU sessions such as educational subsidies and reusable sanitary kits; ensure quality of materials are verified prior to distribution and proper documentation is collected from beneficiaries.
  • Ensure Furaha Parenting Program has been delivered to DREAMS 10-14 girls who are/have also received HURU intervention. And ensure participation and quality delivery of the program sessions.
  • Work closely with the hired chaperones supporting DREAMS girls at the vocational centers to ensure girls complete their courses and receive their business start-up kits at the completion of their courses.
  • Support CSOs to ensure all DREAMS girls’ households are visited by CCWs on monthly services and receive case management services similar to other general Kizazi Kipya OVC.
  • Ensure management of proper documentation of all DREAMS girls from enrollment to service delivery forms to ensure easy verification of the services provided.
  • Regularly monitor project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
  • Regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAM girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAM girls.
  • Submit written updates to the CSO program manager and Technical Cluster Manager for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
  • Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.

2) Supervision and provision of Technical oversight to CSO- DREAMS Coordinators

  •  Serve as the technical point person and mentor to sub grantees on educational support, life skills, HIV prevention and reproductive health education to adolescents; prevention and response to Violence against Children (VAC) and Gender Based Violence (GBV) this requires technical expertise on evidence-based programming in these areas and experience in working on programs targeting youth.
  • Co-develop work plans and action plans with sub grantees and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
  • In close collaboration with sub grantees, provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination

  • Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
  • Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at CSOs and other project stakeholders.
  • Make use of the developed tools for CSOs to better track progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so that CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Partnership and coordination

  • Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and adolescent in the core areas of sexual reproductive health, VAC/GBV issues, livelihoods, life skills, employability etc.
  • Work in partnership with regional and local government authorities as appropriate.Work closely with M&E staff to ensure collection and submission of high-quality data and closely monitor data to better understand progress of activities and target supportive supervision based on performance.
  • Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Cluster Technical Manager.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
  •  At least 5 years of solid experience working in youth programming and community development;
  • Knowledge in evidence based youth programming for HIV prevention;
  • Knowledge of gender issues in development, particularly in GBV;
  • Experience of working with VETA or vocational training institutions, primary schools/formal education system, and health facilities;
  • Thorough understanding of the global and national efforts around youth;
  • Experience in participatory approach including community mobilization and youth engagement;
  • Experience of working with teams in remote locations;
  • Experience facilitating highly effective trainings with demonstrated skill transfer to participants;


Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

ajira employment jobs vacancies in PACT Tanzania NGO 2019

***************

Position: Gender and Youth Officer (1 Post)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 5.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 30-Sep-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Gender and Youth Integration Advisor

Pact Overview
Pact is working in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Railway Children Africa, and Ifakara Health Institute on a five-year (2016- 2021) USAID/PEPFAR funded project to enhance the strengths of families caring for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). The project, USAID Kizazi Kipya, works towards USAID’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) goal of 90-90-90, where 90 of people know their HIV status, 90 of those positive are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and 90 of those receiving ART achieve viral suppression. The overall goal of the program is to improve the health and social wellbeing of OVC, young people, and their families through strategic service delivery support.

DREAMS stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe. DREAMS partnership is an ambitious effort to decrease HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women using a multi-faceted and layered approaches in DREAMS districts. PEPFAR Tanzania in partnership with TACAIDS, National AIDS Control Program (NACP), Reproductive and Child Health Services (RCHS), UNICEF and President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) has worked closely to identify target areas, and tailored evidence-based responses to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls in priority regions. Pact Tanzania implements the DREAMS intervention in 8 councils namely; Mbeya CC, Kyela DC, Shinyanga MC, Shinyanga DC, Msalala DC, Ushetu DC, Kahama TC and Muleba DC.

Position Purpose
The Gender and Youth Officer serves as an active member of the program team for the implementation of Pact’s Kizazi Kipya project. The officer will ensure the technical cohesion of project integration, strengthening age- appropriate HIV/AIDS-related and other services for improved care, health, nutrition, education, protection, live hoods and psychosocial well-being. This position will supervise the implementations of all DREAMS activities and any other youth HIV prevention interventions in all clusters under the USAID Kizazi Kipya project in targeted councils. The officer will be positioned in Pact Dar es Salaam Office so as to oversee all DREAMS related activities in all 8 DREAMS councils and support Gender and Youth Integration Advisor with following up on other gender and youth based intervention in all Kizazi Kipya targeted councils.

Responsibilities;
The officer will be responsible for
1) DREAMS activities Management, Monitoring, and Reporting

  • Ensure close coordination of the implementation and technical quality for the project’s DREAMS activities in all 8 DREAMS councils including ensuring completion of DREAMS enrollment, implementation of HURU sexual and reproductive health, distribution of HURU sanitary kits and education subsidies for in-school OVC girls and parenting interventions for caregivers of adolescents age 10-14. Also coordinate scholarships completion and startup kits provision for out of school OVC girls age 15-17.
  • Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor each project activities and use data to improve project quality and implementation; pro-actively identify implementation challenges and help to develop and implement practical solutions within a timely manner.
  • Work closely with Senior M&E Officer and Cluster M&E Coordinator to regularly monitor the AGYPREV indicator which requires layering of services for enrolled DREAMS girls (i.e. ensuring the DREAMS girls get the required multiple services so as to complete a primary package of service). This will include tracking of data entry to ensure there is layering of services provided to DREAMS girls.
  • Follow up on the support provided by chaperones to DREAMS girls at the vocational centers and compile Chaperones’ monthly reports provided by the Cluster Technical Managers.
  •  Submit written updates to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for inclusion on monthly basis and during the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
  • Participate in national level DREAMS partners, government, and other stakeholders to ensure coordination and attend national level DREAMS related meetings, workshops, etc.

2) Support supervision of various youth and gender approaches across the project.

  • Co-develop work plans and action plans with Gender and Youth Integration Advisor and monitor their progress and achievement towards targets.
  • Serve as support to the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor for the roll out of the HIV Prevention Interventions both in-school and out of school girls and boys age 10-14 and 15-17 such as monitoring school attendance and progression, roll out of the 3 HIV Prevention Modules for 9-14 and National ASRH curriculum for 15-17.
  • Facilitate activities to help project and CSO staff improve their own gender attitudes and beliefs and raise awareness about gender dynamics and gender based violence, and develop skills for integrating gender considerations into project activities.
  • Support coordination of the GBV/VAC Dialogue toolkit, to be adapted from evidence based approaches, for use by VSLG groups and other project platforms to facilitate community dialogues on perceptions of violence and harmful practices against women and children.
  • Work with the project Clusters TSC- Case Management & Child Protection to ensure that the case management approach is tailored to the needs of all targeted adolescents.
  •  Provide quarterly support-supervision mentoring visits to the field to assure activities adhere to guidance and SOPs and high-quality services are reaching targeted adolescents.

3) Training and project tools dissemination

  • Facilitate high quality trainings and cascade trainings to relevant staff at Cluster, CSOs and other project stakeholders.
  • Disseminate guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other job-aids that facilitate the implementation of high quality, age appropriate and gender sensitive services to adolescents.
  •  Support in development of tools for better tracking of progression of youth interventions such as organized spreadsheets schedules of sexual reproductive health outreaches, etc. so CSOs and cluster teams can help monitor activity progress.

4) Cross-cutting responsibilities

  • Help to define the project learning agenda on youth and gender, including working with M&E team on defining critical data to be collected, and on analysis of data.
  • Collect the documented lessons learnt and best practices in youth and gender for experience sharing and replication.
  •  Stay up to date on state-of-the-art and evidence-based approaches in gender and youth, and work to integrate these into project activities.
  • Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Gender and Youth Integration Advisor.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in public health, social work, or other related field
  • At least 5 years’ experience in an HIV-focused field position that included gender and youth; PEPFAR experience preferred.
  • Strong technical knowledge of national and international gender guidelines and policies.
  • Strong technical knowledge of national and international youth programming guidelines and policies.
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt policies, frameworks, and program analyses into actionable steps for implementation at community level which are appropriate for the OVC adolescents and caregivers.
  • Experience with creating strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders including local government, CSOs and community members.
  • Demonstrated experience with using M&E data for program monitoring and decision-making, and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements.
  • Experience with PEPFAR 3.0 funded projects in Tanzania
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in Kiswahili and English, including writing high quality reports.
  • Excellent training and mentorship skills in working with adult learners.
  • Creative thinker and energetic team player
  • Able and willing to travel throughout Tanzania.


Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

**************

Position: Logistic Assistant/Driver (1 Post)

PACT – TANZANIA
Experience : 2.0 Year(s)
No. of Position : 1
Job Opening date : 01-Oct-2019
Job closing date : 13-Oct-2019

Job Description
Location Dar es Salaam
Reporting To Administration Officer

Pact Overview
At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalised discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.

Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development. Pact Tanzania is a field office of “Pact” an international non-governmental and non-profit making organization with its headquarters in Washington DC. Pact Tanzania exists to build local capacity to enable systematic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy and enjoy the benefit nature provides.

Position Purpose
To safely operate Pact Tanzania vehicles efficiently and to provide administrative assistance to the Pact office as needed.

Responsibilities;

  • Safely operate Pact vehicles in accordance to Tanzanian traffic laws
  • Maintain fuel, mileage and maintenance logs for the vehicles
  • Ensure that vehicles are maintained in good running order
  •  Assist with office administrative support such as photocopying, filing, binding of documents, filling, etc., as needed
  • Conduct deliveries, airport pick-ups and messenger services efficiently by taking the most direct routing.
  •  Advise staff on safe driving policy when necessary
  • Ensure the vehicle is clean and in good condition all the time
  • Assist Administration Officer on other fleet management and operations issues.
  • Act as a backup driver when there is a need of immediate driver in cluster and Dar main offices.

Preferred Qualifications

  • High School diploma/Form IV Certificate or equivalent qualification
  •  Certification from a reputable Driver’s Education School
  •  Class C drivers license

Experience and Skills

  • At least two years experience as a driver/messenger, with preference for experience with USAID or other donors.
  •  Safe driving record
  • Must be well acquainted with basic knowledge on vehicle parts and be able to diagnose vehicle related faults at first place.
  • Long distance driving experience
  • Good oral communication ability.
  • Polite, easy going, ability to work with variety of different people and cultures
  • Ability to work after normal working hours to transport staff/consultants to airport and other locations.
  •  Strong language capability in both Kiswahili and English.
  •  Must be honest and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity.
  • Ability to write a work-related report.


Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, citizenship status, genetic information, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, credit information, tobacco use (except in the workplace), membership in an employee organization, or other protected classifications or non-merit factors.

ajira employment jobs vacancies in PACT Tanzania NGO 2019


NOTE: TO APPLY ANY JOBS ABOVE, FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW.

Apply Online Today Through


Link

*********************************************************************************  

Warning ⇶ Don’t Pay Money To Get A Job

NAFASI ZA KAZI TADEPA, Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator  

Information about TADEPA
Tanzania Development and AIDS Prevention Association (TADEPA) is a Tanzanian Nongovernmental organization (NGO) currently offices in Kagera, Geita, Shinyanga and Dodoma regions. Was formed and registered in 1997 and acquired mandated to work in all regions of Tanzania mainland. The main purpose of TADEPA is to promote development in totality through and fight against public problems HIV/AIDS and its integrated effects.

TADEPA’s Vision: Healthy, Wealthy and Just Community
TADEPA’s Mission is committed to empower the community to improve their livelihood through active participation in protection of human rights, conservation of environment and promotion of societal socio-economic stance.

About USAID Kizazi Kipya Programme
TADEPA in partinership with Pact Tanzania is implementing USAID Kizazi Kipya programme that provider services aligned with PEPFAR illustrative eligible OVC services. FY20 Priorities for USAID Kizazi Kipya OVC programme include:

i. 90- 90-90 strategy with following perfect results and indicators on OVC_HIVSTAT Targeting, reach 100% of all beneficiaries, promote active involvement of efforts for assisted disclosure with health professionals, complete referrals for HTS in a timely manner,100% of HIV+ tested OVC , Adherence Monitoring, Viral load mornitoring with clinical partiners, Participation of CSO (TADEPA) in case review meetings at CTC, Very
closely, demonstrated and documented, collaboration with clinical partners at all level,
ii. HIV Prevention Package with adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) including: DREAMS Intervention, Specific focus on 9- 14 years old, Introduction of special three mandatory Modules.
iii. Increase ownership of Government of Tanzania with NICMS eventually preparation for handling over the project that include : CSO plans/ Budgets to plan Rep, Ward level readiness assessment, Systemic case file transition from CSOs to ward that will meet redness criteria, Ward officer leadership of CCW meetings , Regular data review meetings with Government at LGA level, Quarterly led by CSOs[ TADEPA] and regional level and Semi annually led by cluser, Joint site visit by cluster and National office with JSI CHSSP.

The main goal of USAID Kizazi Kipya is improved health and social wellbeing of Most Vulnerable children OVCpe, young people and their families through strategic service delivery support.
Kizazi Kipya Vision is to ensure Vulnerable Children, youth, their families and caring communities participate in a core package of tailored client and community centered combination of HIV prevention and care with traceable linkages to VTC, referral, care, treatment and other comprehensive/ Social/ economic services.

Available posts and required candidates
To facilitate the smooth implementation of this programme TADEPA is seeking to recruit suitably qualified, well motivated capable and candidates to work under USAID Kizazi Kipya programme in Kahama Town, Council, Msalala DC and Ushetu DC and Bukoba DC One post for Coordinator as the following list

Project Coordinator Kizazi Kipya one post (Bukoba DC)

Job summary:

To effectively and efficiently facilitate the running of USAID Kizazi Kipya
Programme through proper coordination of all Kizazi Kipya team in Bukoba DC including,
Health HIV officer, M&E cum data Manager, CMO, CMC, Economic Strengthening and
Livelihood Officer and Accountant with special emphasis in enabling TADEPA to achieve the
set USAID Kizazi Kipya mission, goals and objectives and targets

Required Knowledge, skills and experiences
The followings essential skills are expected from for the smooth achievement of the USAID
Kizazi Kipya project goal.
At least 5- 10 years working experience in project planning, management and
coordination sections.

  • As overall coordinator will be also responsible to undertake resource management both [ Material and Human Management issues] and building good relationship among staff within the organization and wider community outside of the organization
  • Experience in organizing and managing HIV/AIDS and other community based health care and development programmes Strong managerial skills, Strong interpersonal skills ,Strong capacity building skills Strong ability to establish and maintain stakeholder relationships and experience in using action learning research
  • Good general knowledge, excellent oral and written expression/ communication, interpersonal skills, patience and courtesy and a very wide range of more specific behavioral skills,
  • Attention to the person, interaction, ability to transmit information, plus keen organizational sensitivity are required to understand quickly the beneficiaries’ needs,
  • Good skill in organizing and facilitating user friendly training sessions, meetings, dialogues and conversation
  • Knowledge on Tanzania Health social and Health system and How to work closely with RHMT and CHMTs and other district HIV/AIDS Commitees, MVCC,WDC VD

Job / responsibilities
To make sure that objectives of the USAID Kizazi Kipya are met Coordinator’s responsibilities
and duties will include:

  • Overseeing all Kizazi Kipya Programme Team member on day- to day basis
  • Coordinate and provide overall leadership for Kizazi Kipya Activities in Bukoba DC
  • Share direct supervision and responsibilities of Kizazi Kipya Bukoba Dc Programme officers
  • Facilitated development of monthly and weekly activity plans per each programme officer
  • Review and approve pre- implementation / note and action plans and cash request plans for all programme officer
  • Receive and review and approve all field activity implementation Narrative report
  • Organized and chair daily, weekly and monthly Kizazi Kipya review meetings for ongoing planning.
  • Inquire and collect all prgramme periodic reports from programme officers for compilation of one report for onward dissemination to the responsible authorities
  • Make a follow –up and evaluate all of field activities through Schedule and Surprise visists
  • Provide technical assistance, supportive supervision to all staff and community stakeholders
  • Identify and develop and maintain relationships by ensuring regular engagement and coordination, with key strategic partners in Government sector, service providers, civil society, media etc
  • Together with the managed and Account section plan conduct budget follow up expenditures control according to donor guideline and TADEPA financial policy
  • Together with program team conduct project mid and annual evaluation.

Required Qualification
Bachelor Degree Diploma in, Sociology, Community development, Health Sciences, Public health, Development studies, Health planning and administration or other social and Health science studies, Public Admistration, Human Resources

How to submit your application
Interested Applicants who feel that meet requirements as stated in each post, please apply send / submit your Application to:

TADEPA Executive Director
P.O.Box 1603 Bukoba
Email: tadepaprojec@gmail.com
: tadepakahamaorg@gmail.com

(Submit only covering letter and a CV and copies of certificates

[All hard copies and soft copies are accepted])
Indicate in your application on what post your applying as we have different post to avoid mixed application and confusion. The Application should be submitted before 14th 09/ 2019 which will be a Closing date for the application.

3 Job Opportunities at TADEPA, Health and HIV Service Officers

3 Job Opportunities at TADEPA, Health and HIV Service Officers

3 Health and HIV Service Officers

Information about TADEPA
Tanzania Development and AIDS Prevention Association (TADEPA) is a Tanzanian Nongovernmental organization (NGO) currently offices in Kagera, Geita, Shinyanga and Dodoma regions. Was formed and registered in 1997 and acquired mandated to work in all regions of Tanzania mainland. The main purpose of TADEPA is to promote development in totality through and fight against public problems HIV/AIDS and its integrated effects.

TADEPA’s Vision: Healthy, Wealthy and Just Community
TADEPA’s Mission is committed to empower the community to improve their livelihood through active participation in protection of human rights, conservation of environment and promotion of societal socio-economic stance.

About USAID Kizazi Kipya Programme

TADEPA in partinership with Pact Tanzania is implementing USAID Kizazi Kipya programme that provider services aligned with PEPFAR illustrative eligible OVC services. FY20 Priorities for USAID Kizazi Kipya OVC programme include:

i. 90- 90-90 strategy with following perfect results and indicators on OVC_HIVSTAT Targeting, reach 100% of all beneficiaries, promote active involvement of efforts for assisted disclosure with health professionals, complete referrals for HTS in a timely manner,100% of HIV+ tested OVC , Adherence Monitoring, Viral load mornitoring with clinical partiners, Participation of CSO (TADEPA) in case review meetings at CTC, Very
closely, demonstrated and documented, collaboration with clinical partners at all level,
ii. HIV Prevention Package with adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) including: DREAMS Intervention, Specific focus on 9- 14 years old, Introduction of special three mandatory Modules.
iii. Increase ownership of Government of Tanzania with NICMS eventually preparation for handling over the project that include : CSO plans/ Budgets to plan Rep, Ward level readiness assessment, Systemic case file transition from CSOs to ward that will meet redness criteria, Ward officer leadership of CCW meetings , Regular data review meetings with Government at LGA level, Quarterly led by CSOs TADEPA and regional level and Semi annually led by cluser, Joint site visit by cluster and National office with JSI CHSSP.

The main goal of USAID Kizazi Kipya is improved health and social wellbeing of Most Vulnerable children OVCpe, young people and their families through strategic service delivery support.
Kizazi Kipya Vision is to ensure Vulnerable Children, youth, their families and caring communities participate in a core package of tailored client and community centered combination of HIV prevention and care with traceable linkages to VTC, referral, care, treatment and other comprehensive/ Social/ economic services.

Available posts and required candidates
To facilitate the smooth implementation of this programme TADEPA is seeking to recruit suitably qualified, well motivated capable and candidates to work under USAID Kizazi Kipya programme in Kahama Town, Council, Msalala DC and Ushetu DC and Bukoba DC One post for Coordinator as the following list

Health and HIV Service Officers (1 post per district required total 3 candidates )

Reporting to: TADEPA USAID Kizazi Kipya Programme Coordinator

Job Summary
To ensure that OVC are accessing their entitle services which are provided by Kizazi Kipya which include: Family Health insurance or health Card Bima ya Afya iliyoboreshwa referrals for OVC to obtain routine timely health care, referrals for emergency Health Care, referral for early infant Diagnosis (EID), completed referral for immunization appropriate to age as per National Vaccination protocol, age appropriated HIV treatment literacy for CLHIV, age appropriate counseling and HIV disclosure support HIV adherence, Assessment of nutrition status of infants and young children and provision of age appropriate nutrition counseling, household Hygiene counselling and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene( WASH) massaging ,Adolescent participants in a structured, evidence based sexual and reproductive health and HIV education intervention.

Role and responsibilities

  • Represent the CSO and coordinate with the Council Health Management Team regarding HIV and Health related activities.
  • Hold monthly Coordination meetings with care and treatment Centers (CTC) in implementation area to support shared confidentiality, facilitate case conferencing, improve the bio-directional referral system, and ensure HIV Positive beneficiaries receive needed services.
  • Support Early Child Development (ECD) corners at targeted health facilities, regular monitoring and supportive supervision.
  • Support Community Case Workers (CCWs) to work with high pediatric volume CTCs to trace HIV positive OVCs who miss appointments, enroll them with Kizazi Kipya project and link them back to CTCs
  • Support CCWs to conduct risk HIV risk assessments for OVC during case management ,refer and link at risk OVCs to HIV Testing and Counseling(HTC)
  • Schedule Sexual Reproductive Health Education outreaches to teen club and organize adolescent with high risk behaviors
  • Work with OVC supporters and implementation partners HIV Curriculum to CCWs and ensure CCWs provide appropriate support to HIV positive OVC and caregivers.
  • Support CCWs to strengthen the capacity to caregivers to support HIV OVCs and ensure CCW refer HIV positive OVC and caregivers to PLHIV support groups.
  • Ensure screening for care givers for depression and link them to appropriate services.
  • Support the roll out of evidence based curriculums related to HIV (e.g. stepping stones Sinovuyo Teens, Sexual Reproductive Health Education, Care for Child Development etc.
  • Support establishment of a bi-directional referral system to monitor beneficiaries through HIV continuum of care as well as service completion for other health and social services.
  • Monitor implementation, bottlenecks, and performance metrics of bi-directorial referral system; pro-actively offer solutions, conduct quarterly improvement activities and improve adjustments to improve referral outcomes.
  • Coordinate Quarterly District level quality improvement meetings with relevant bidirectorial referral system stakeholders; ensure actions from the meetings are implemented by bi-directoral referral system is improved.
  • Work with M&E Officer to ensure all bi-directional referral data are accurate and produced weekly, use data for decision making.
  • Lead the development of service directory for Health, Nutrition, and HIV services in implementation area; update the directory at least once a year.
  • Support CCWs to conduct nutrition activities, including nutrition assessment, counseling, and linkage to other nutrition service providers.
  • Provide continuous supportive supervision to CCWs to ensure provision of healthrelated service and referrals and linkages to beneficiaries.
  • Submit timely updates to the Program Coordinator for inclusion in the quarterly, seannual and annual reports. .
  • Document lessons learnt and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
  • Perform any other relevant duties assigned by project leaders

Required experience:
Education
Advanced Diploma/ Diploma in Clinical/ Public Health, Health education, Nursing, BA in social work,

Skills and Experience

  • At least 3 year and above working experience.
  • Experience in HIV interventions and other health services, and aware and fully knowledgeable about 90- 90- 90 strategies in relation to HIV
  • Community health experiences and capacities and ability to work with Community Health Workers, Health Committees (villages Health committees, Ward Development committees, Health facilities committees) etc.
  • Ability to build relationship with families affected by HIV/AIDS child, youth Vulnerable Adolescent Girls/ boys , community leaders and wider community
  • Able to work with Health facility staff in CTC Peer Educators and empowerment Workers at different district council levels.
  • Computer literacy is highly required.
  • Able to relate gender norms, social, economic & culture and HIV/AIDS in addressing their challenges accordingly.
  • Able to timely data collection, compilation and analysis data
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision

How to submit your application
Interested Applicants who feel that meet requirements as stated in each post, please apply send / submit your Application to:

TADEPA Executive Director
P.O.Box 1603 Bukoba

Email: tadepaprojec@gmail.com
: tadepakahamaorg@gmail.com

(Submit only covering letter and a CV and copies of certificates

All hard copies and soft copies are accepted)

Indicate in your application on what post your applying as we have different post to avoid mixed application and confusion. The Application should be submitted before 14th 09/ 2019 which will be a Closing date for the application