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Vacancy at FHI 360

COMMUNITY MOBILISATION SPECIALIST
COUNTRY:
Nigeria
REQ ID:3059

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Facilitate community participation in and around school communities’ in order to establish sustainable support for the project;
Participate in conducting OVC assessment and enrolment with school principals, mentors, community and other stakeholders;
Work closely with school principals, school community leaders, mentors, beneficiaries and other stakeholders to assess and prioritize needs;
Trace OVCs who have relocated to other areas or dropped out;
Follow up with cases related to child rights violations;
Document case studies / good practices;


Gather information and develop training modules relevant to community gaps identified;
Develop work plans for each school community based on needs assessment and choice of community activities;
Conduct capacity building sessions for the caregivers, school management committees, mentors and the school community on the care and support of the girl child and OVC education;
Work closely with the Project Officer to develop a six month implementation plan for each school community;
Assist in the distribution of scholarship materials to the beneficiaries;
Ensure that psychosocial care and support is provided to the OVCs and caregivers;
Work closely with the mentors and gender specialist to offer guidance and counseling to the girl child and other OVC;
Ensure the formation of peer clubs in schools;
Mobilize and sensitize the parents to form support groups towards contributing to school activities;
Develop a calendar of home and school visits and share with the teachers and community mentors;
Keep and maintain an updated record of OVC data base and files;
Conduct continuous project monitoring and submit weekly reports to the Project Officer on progress of project activities;
Assist the Project Officer in the quarterly and annual reporting on community activities;
Perform other duties as necessary and appropriate;

CLICK LINK TO APPLY
https://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=FHI&cws=1&rid=3059



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