District Accountability Officer
- Post Date:September 15, 2021
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- Career Level OfficerQualification DegreeExperience 5-10 Years
- Industry Non Governmental
A local organisation whose vision is to create a world where everyone has optimal health and wellness by providing state of the art interventions and whose goal is to assist all people and populations in Zimbabwe and southern Africa to attain the highest possible health outcomes, to enhance their wellness and improve their quality of life. The organisation implements community health initiatives, advocacy initiatives, research as well as clinical programs.
The District Accountability will be overseeing the implementation of the HIV and Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) – Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) program in Muzarabani and Rushinga. The project will be focusing on: Community-Based Monitoring as well as Community Empowerment, Social Mobilization and Advocacy.
The District Accountability Officer will be expected to:
- Design and development/implementation of Project management;
- Mobilize people living with CSS to programming as necessary;
- Facilitate and articulate CSS related issues and tasks;
- Advocate with traditional, religious, political, administrative and other leaders in the district on issues of CSS;
- Oversee implementation in community led monitoring at the health centres in Districts;
- Undertake quarterly advocacy and support visits to all wards in the districts at least on a monthly basis;
- Support district leadership including AGYW, PLHIV, WHIV, FBO and PWD in issues pertaining to CSS implementation,
- Prepare quarterly, annual district budgets and work plans;
- Facilitate district level trainings of volunteers and cadres,
- Oversee and guide the recruitment, trainings, support and supervision of volunteers;
- Compile and submit monthly, quarterly and annual progress reports to the CSS Manager and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer;
- Any other duties the organisation may deem necessary.
Ideal candidates are to possess:
- A degree in social sciences or public health from a reputable institution.
- A Master’s degree in social sciences or public health is an added advantage;
- 5 years’ experience working with communities;
- Computer literate and good typing and writing skills.
- Experience in Global Fund supported programs will be an added advantage.
Send your CV, Cover letter, certified scanned copies of your certificate / transcripts to: [email protected]
Deadline: 17 September 2021
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