To implement and coordinate community activities in line with Annual Work Plan and Budget for ZCHPP
Develop annual, quarterly and monthly implementation plans and budgets with key stakeholders such as Ministry of Health, MCDSS, MoCTA, MOG and other district stakeholders. The plans should be shared with all partners.
Hold regular coordination activities with stakeholders through joint implementation, feedback meetings and other important avenues
Implement all the work plans according to plan and budget
Work in partnership with the Ministry of Health and other partners especially those funded by USAID and other NGOs to facilitate HIV Testing Services
Facilitate referrals for high impact services (ART, HTC, VMMC, FP, and other services) and ensure completed referrals of more than 90%
Coordinate facilitation of male and female condom demonstration and distribution to end users by community volunteers
Engage with beneficiaries/clients from priority populations the projects serve. These should participate in the entire project cycle
Conduct mentorship and supportive supervision of action plans done by all trained community volunteers like Peer Educators, Lay Counsellors, WORTH Filed Facilitators, Change Agents and HIV Prevention Champions addressing SGBV, Social and cultural norms, gender equity
Hold monthly meetings to strengthen the community client referral feedback mechanisms
Participate in all important meetings at provincial and district levels like the , commemoration activities and other meetings
Coordinate all quality assurance (QA) and quality improvement activities
Submit consolidated monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports as shared in the Award Documents The reports should be accurate from the process that collects, reviews, capture and analyze M&E data regularly and updated database and graphs printed quarterly
Get as much photos as possible for all events
equest and account for funds timely according to the finance regulations
Attend to any other assignments as delegated by your supervisor
Knowledge, skills and experience required
Registered Nurses/midwife, Degree in Nursing, Clinical Officer, Environmental Health Technologist/Technician or Degree in Social Sciences.
Minimum 3 years’ experience implementing and developing social/economic programmes
Background experience with HIV management especially counselling, VMMC, condom demonstration and distribution, HTS, life skills training and peer education, referrals management
Knowledge in medical/nursing and gender programming, an added advantage
Good communication skills, with good spoken and written English.
Good understanding and communication of local languages spoken in the respective district.