Community Organizer (Male) for emergency MHT

Vacancy Number:PU-AMI/JAL/HR/001164
Title: Community Organizer (Male) for emergency MHT
Category:Other Organization
Duration:4 months Only
Exp.: 2020-04-06-(2 Weeks From now)
Jobs no:1
Salary:as per organization salary scale


Organization: PU-AMI | About PU-AMI
City: Nangarhar
Country: AF


Education:• Graduated from recognized institute of social science or health
Work Experience:• NGO experience in the same field at community le Years


Graduated from recognized institute of social science or health

Sensitivity to public health issues

Willingness to carry out frequent field visits throughout Ningarhar/Kunar provinces

Good knowledge of Ningarhar/Kunar province is an asset

Good communication skills

NGO experience in the same field at community level  would be a significant asset

Duties & Responsibilities

General responsibilities

The Community Mobilizer will take part in the implementation supervision monitoring and planning of the community based activities under the OFDA funded Emergency Project in Nangarhar and Kunar provinces.

S/He will be responsible for the community mobilization and community awareness regarding to the implementation of MHTs activities in the selected areas of the projects.

Job responsibilities Duties and Tasks:

Objective 1: Beneficiary targeting

She/He visits communities (IDPs and host community) for awareness raising regarding to the available services in MHTs.

Mobilize community to change behavior regarding hygienic practice

S/He actively participates in the defaulter tracing of malnutrition MCH and vaccination in collaboration with technical project staff.

S/He creates linkages between PU-AMI and host communities (elders / CDCs VHCand LHCs) identifies leaders of the displaced / returnees community and ensures proper communication is done throughout the project implementation;

S/He explains beneficiary targeting method and criteria and ensures it is understood and accepted by the communities of the areas of intervention;

S/He participates actively to the development of final and accurate beneficiary/ household lists with special attention paid to the number of under five children and PLWs.

S/He participate actively in the implementation of KAP survey in the MHTs catchment areas.

Objective 2: NFI and Hygiene kits distribution

S/He participates in the development of comprehensive distribution tools and guidance

S/He takes part in the planning of Hygiene kit distribution

S/He ensures that information regarding to the use of hygiene kit is properly shared with the eligible community groups.

S/He acts as liaison between communities targeted or not by the hygiene kits and PU-AMI and informs the MHTs director and line supervisors for any security risks identified compromising the intervention;

Under line manager and logistics supervision s/he organizes and supervises the intervention sites and ensures every site is completed with the highest standards of safety and eligibility.

S/He participates actively in the organization of trainings and health education sessions as required.

S/H ensures that the information regarding to the use of cash for referral is properly shared with the eligible community groups.

S/H increase community awareness regarding health nutrition and WASH

Objective 3:  Monitoring and reporting

S/He acts as the first level of accountability mechanism with communities;

S/He organizes meetings with local leaders beneficiaries collects their feedback and reports complaints to the line supervisor and the PM;

S/H follow the cash distribution at community level.

S/H Registering and reporting all activities done at the community level including number of training sessions conducted.

S/He facilitate the implementation of  the post-distribution monitoring and satisfaction surveys and verifies the proper usage of items distributed;

S/He is responsible for providing all his activities reports and information to his line supervisor and the PM.

Due to the specific nature of PU-AMI activities and to the responsibilities of the employee the employee might be required to stay at the organization’s disposal for any extra duties related to the work. The above job description is not exhaustive and additional duties / tasks related to the implementation of the program or any humanitarian response engaged by PU-AMI can be requested from the Community Mobilizer.

Submission Guideline

Please note while sending your C.V & Cover letter mention the vacancy number and position in the subject list of your email application received after the closing date and without subject list will not be taken in consideration.

The interested candidates have to submit their soft copies of application & C.Vs only by email & there is no need of educational and other documents to attach.

Email: [email protected]

Note: Only short listed candidates whose application responds to the above criteria will be contacted & local applicants from the same province are encouraged to apply and will be given priority.

Email: [email protected]