Child Resilience Project Officer Job Opportunity at World Vision International
% of time
Start-up 40 to 50 clubs in their respective zone.
Work closely with World Vision CESC staff to ensure the right club type and model are selected to work with each village context.
Socialize/sensitize the clubs to village councils/relevant stakeholders.
Support recruitment of facilitators in each village with support from and in consultation with community engagement and social change (CESC) staff.
Ensure a physical location is identified, prepared, and set-up for each kids’ clubs, including prioritization of needs across the zone, procurement plans, and supervising rehabilitation work.
40-50 clubs sensitized in the respective communities, established in a well set up physical location with a corresponding model and type as per the project model specification.
Facilitators are recruited
25% Capacity building
Receive a Training of Trainers (ToT) in Lions Quest
Ensure proper training/co-train of all community facilitators.
Ensure all facilitators and staff understand the sessions and schedule, particularly the flexible sessions.
Monitor clubs, troubleshoot, coach facilitators, and share lessons-learned across the project with other zones.
Project officers are trained and have trained facilitators on Lion’s Quest
A coaching plan is in place and used to follow up on the first cycle of the clubs.
45% Project implementation and MEL
Develop and deliver all necessary tools for successful implementation of clubs, including handbooks and training on club operations, establishing meeting days and weeks per Form based on each club type, and procuring all materials necessary
Work with CESC to ensure registered children and non-registered children are recruited and attending with prioritization of social inclusion and the most vulnerable.
Gather feedback from all stakeholders, including children, parents, facilitators, and village councils.
Develop, support facilitation, and implementation of summer camps that implement Lions Quest.
Work with parents to ensure implementation of the parental component.
Other duties as assigned to ensure clubs are operating well and achieving intended results
40-50 kids’ clubs’ plans are implemented (including summer plans).
A MEL plan is implemented and monitored
KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE
Required Professional Experience
At least 3-5 years of experience of working in youth/children clubs/groups/summer camps.
A record of accomplishment in training/capacity building and facilitation of life skills or similar projects/activities.
A graduate degree in education, social sciences or any other relevant discipline and relevant certificates in capacity building and facilitation.
Candidates can be professional trainers/facilitators with at least a 6-month diploma and 3 years of proven experience in providing ToTs and facilitation.
Experience working with local government and community based organisations is preferred.
Good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural sensitivity, abilities to work as a team.
Effective in written and oral communication; able to speak and write with a proper standard of English.
Computer literacy; Strong computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Committed to achieve quality results and services
Integrity and strong identification with World Vision’s Core Values
Officers will be based in Nablus, with Local travel between locations
A good level of English language is required
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Contact (within WV or outside WV)
Reason for contact
Frequency of contact
Chief of Party
CoP will be directly supervising the work of the Life Skills Officers
CESC will support with the local connections to village councils, local stakeholders, parents and children
Education Technical Team
( Education and Life Skills Lead and the Education Technical Coordinators)
The education technical team will support in ensuring the technical activities and components are well aligned with WV education programming as well as the one intended for this project. In addition to the capacity building/monitoring of the Life Skills officers as well as the facilitators’ quality of facilitation and implementation of the Lion Quest sessions.
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