Oversee and monitor all GBV Spotlight interventions at District level
Support and monitor community volunteers with capacity building, data collection methodology and in M&E processes
Participate in district consultative meetings in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Women Affairs, Social Services, ZNFPC, National AIDS council and other relevant stakeholders.
Advocate with traditional, religious, political, administrative and other leaders in the district on issues of GBV prevention and reporting.
Plan, budget and facilitate district level advocacy meetings and capacity building of community leaders as well as District stakeholders and community volunteers
Strengthen collaborative partnerships with GBV working group to facilitate effective referral pathways and joint activities
Participate in the recruitment and training of District level community volunteer
Manage and account for all program resources at district level – program finances and assets
Overseeing data collection through GBV information management system and MNE tools and systems
A Degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences degree or related.
Two years’ experience working in community development.
Experience working in working at grassroots level, engaging different stakeholders
Sound knowledge and understanding of the Gender discourse
Experience in multi-sectoral development approaches;
Community mobilization skills,
Ability to interact with district leadership;
Hands on experience working with decentralized structures
Ability to respect and relate to people of different ethics and culture.
Ability to solve problems efficiently and effectively.
Ability to complete tasks in a timely, cost effective way.
Clean Class 4 drivers’ licence a must.
NB: Shortlisting will be done as the applications are received. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Qualified women are encouraged to apply
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