12 grades or Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a related field
3 of working experience preferably with the Years
The Social organizer should at minimum have very strong literacy and numeracy skills and at least 3 years of working experience preferably with the INGO or National NGOs.
Having adequate respect of people culture tradition and custom of the target areas.
Being able to work and take trips to all working areas.
Having enough patience while talking and convincing the people in the community as well as listening to criticism and suggestions of the people.
Good communication skills both written and interpersonal will be essential as most of the work will be done through a process of consultation at all levels. He/ She should have the ability to manage to large team and group of people/CDCs across the target areas.
Skills and abilities:
Report-writing skills in Dari Pashto and English;
Able to take part in conflict resolutions
Fluency in the National Languages as well as English is not highly demanded;
Proven ability to effectively solve problems and respond quickly to changing environments;
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and responsibilities effectively
Able to travel extensively to the project sites
Duties & Responsibilities
Task & Responsibilities:
To ensure the dissemination of the goals and objectives of CCNPP to the target community.
To be directly involved in the process of conducting PRA and establishment of Community Development Councils (elections) in accordance with CCNPP Operational Manual guidelines.
To attend the entire phases of CCNPP training and other training as required.
To train local communities phase by phase in accordance with the prepared schedule for CCNPP training.
Daily supervision of local communities and ensuring that the CCNPP messages are completely understood and transferred properly to the community.
To lead and facilitate the training for CDCs in accordance with CCNPP guidelines and under the supervision of the Master/Core Trainer.
To assist the Core/Master Trainer in identifying training needs of CDCs and interested community members in order to promote their capacity.
To ensure the active participation and contribution of the community in the entire project cycle.
To make sure that all data and information required for village profiles are accurate.
To ensure that all established CDCs have registration documents.
To ensure proper filing of CDC records in the district office.
To ensure that CDC books/meeting minutes/posters are kept properly by routinely checking these books/posters during community visits.
To ensure that CDCs subcommittees have been formed for each sector and to check whether these committees are active.
To check whether CDCs hold regular meetings with the community and inform the community about project status and activities including financial transactions and procurement decisions.
To ensure that women and minorities are participating in the program activities.
To assist communities with record keeping and paperwork as needed.
To maintain the proper linkage between the community CDC and Relief International staff at the stages of CCNPP rollout at the village level.
To assist CCNPP District Manager in making district plans and provide input for the district decision-making process.
To ensure that CCNPP activities are performed in accordance with the CCNPP Operations Manual and RI guidelines.
To ensure that interactions with the community are conducted in a participatory manner
To assists with other tasks as requested by the District Manager.
To be considered for this recruitment please submit a cover letter CV 3 professional supervisory references (whom we may contact after a second interview) with the date of availability to [email protected] The email subject line should include the following:
“Social Organizer” Vacancy (RI-GHZ-CCNPP-SO-029). Failure to do so will result in rejected applications.
Due to the large volume of applicants only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Relief International is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of race ethnic origin religion age gender sexual orientation or disability. In an effort to improve the gender balance within the organization qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.