- Provide guidance and technical advice during beneficiary household identification, assessment, enrollment and retention.
- Ensure appropriate case intervention planning and appropriate referrals for beneficiary households based on identified needs
- Participate in developing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual work plans and maintaining high standards of stewardship and accountability for all activity resources
- Collaborate with CDO in conducting community mapping of service points for provision of comprehensive services and improved referral outcomes
- Support sub county CDOs, Para social workers and other community resources persons to improve case identification, detection, follow up and monitoring to ensure effective case management.
- Work with consortium partners (DBTs, CBTs, ESOs) to ensure delivery of planned activities in their respective thematic areas
- Take lead in identifying training needs for PSWs and beneficiary households in Case Management approach
- Coordinate trainings with Consortium partners in various result areas to enhance and maximize project beneficiary to beneficiary households.
- Organizing and supporting community dialogue meetings and child protection outreach clinics at community level based on identified child protection needs
- Conduct post training evaluations, coaching and mentorship sessions with PSWs in Case Management
- Compile and triangulate reports from Field Officers in Case Management at sub county level for upward sharing
- Carry out spot checks and visits to households, schools and areas within sub counties of operation for effective service delivery to beneficiary households
- Analyze data and reports submitted by PSWs for compliancy and quality assurance before submission to Project Managers, CDOs and upload to OVC MIS database.
- Maintaining an up-to- date database for all beneficiary households and ensure all relevant data collection tools (home visit forms, monthly CM summary forms, referrals,
- case record books) are well administered for accuracy and completeness.
- Mentor and support para social workers in report writing and effective documentation of project activities.
- Experience with implementing OVC interventions,knowledge of HIV/AIDS service delivery among positive caregivers and children.
- Ability to work autonomously with demonstrated creativity, initiative and commitment.
- Ability to work with multi sectoral external agencies, such as community social services, schools, health facilities, and OVC service providers.
- Possess a high standard of personal and professional integrity.
- Willingness to work as a team member, taking on additional tasks as needed to ensure the overall success of the project.
- High level of attention to detail, ability to multi-task and work well under pressure in a culturally sensitive environment.
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Fluent in oral and written English and excellent writing skills.
- Ability to work in a challenging environment, under high pressure and ability to cope with tight deadlines.
- Ability to work both independently and collectively.
Interested candidates can submit a 1 page cover letter and CV (Max 3 pages) to email@example.com or hand delivered/posted to:
Attn: Fin & Admin Manager
Multi Community Based Development Initiative (MUCOBADI)
P. O. Box 285, Bugiri, Uganda;
Plot 02, Ayazika Road, Ndebba Cell, Bugiri Town Council
(50m off Kampala-Tororo Highway)
Or Tororo Branch office(located within Tororo Hospital next to CDC laboratoryHub)
Telephone: +256-702166619 or +256772994981/256758123681
Deadline: 5:00pm on Friday, 22 nd July, 2016.
Please Note: MUCOBADI is an equal opportunity employer and is against any form of discrimination against PLHIVs, Women and PWDs and is committed to the safety and protection of children