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Gender Project Officer Contract Job

Jul 11th, 2022 at 14:43   NGO and Social Work   Zanzibar   173 views Reference: 144
Job Details

JOB OPPORTUNITY

KFHI Zanzibar

POSITION: Gender Project Officer

RECRUITMENT: Tanzanian National

REPORTS TO: Project Manager

DURATION: Two years and six months (by extension per year)

PLACE OF WORK: Unguja or Pemba, Zanzibar, Tanzania

POST LEVEL: O-7

Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI) is a faith-based non-profit organization established in 1989 as the first overseas aid international organization in South Korea with its vision to end spiritual and physical poverty worldwide.

KFHI Zanzibar is a country office of Korea Food for the Hungry International and its Head Office (HO) is in Seoul, South Korea. KFHI Zanzibar is currently implementing Education/WASH/Gender projects in Unguja and Pemba, Zanzibar, to improve the self-sufficiency and to enhance the quality of life of the most vulnerable people so that they can live a life with God’s given potential.

Job Summary

In Zanzibar, there are lack of infrastructure for learning environments, poor access to academics, lack of awareness of children’s rights and low access to girls’ right to education and health. Therefore, the project has a purpose to increase participation in school to promote girls’ right to education and realization of independent right to girls’ health.

The gender project officer will be responsible for contextualizing and aligning the Gender strategies to the requirements and/or policies that the local government has and to the reality of the country. He/she prepares gender education materials, trains the staff for the appropriate implementation of the sectoral strategies, and offers gender education for teachers, parents, and students.

Position Competencies

  • Ability to search and analyze information
  • Ability to teach others.
  • Effective Inter- and Intrapersonal communication
  • Field Work
  • Leadership
  • Strategic and Systematic Thinking
  • Teamwork

Key Responsibilities

  • Serves as KFHI's representative to local government and other local entities in the region or area where this position is performed
  • Prepares and updates gender reports and report systems in coordination with the HO coordinators and KFHI Zanzibar POs (project officers) and ensures timely submission
  • Establishes, coordinates, and maintains relationships with different gender stakeholders at international and national level
  • Prepares gender education materials in coordination with relevant staff at the local and national level
  • Offers gender education (for teachers, parents, and students) on improving gender awareness to promote girls’ right to education using the educational materials with facilitators
  • Ensures monitoring and evaluation activities are carried out and appropriate corrective/preventative actions are implemented in coordination with the KFHI Zanzibar POs (project officers) and project coordinator
  • Writes regular (weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually) and business trip reports in coordination with project coordinator
  • Travels frequently to local secondary schools in Unguja and Pemba, Zanzibar

Behavior and Attitude

  • Understand and fully agree with the mission, vision, and core-values of KFHI, including The Lordship of Jesus Christ, Transparency, Professionalism, Integrity, Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation, and Satisfaction
  • Willing to follow Jesus Christ with personal relationship with HIM and to participate or lead in daily devotions
  • Have honesty, trustworthiness, and responsibility for the designated duties

Job Specifications

Qualifications and skills

  • A vibrant personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Understanding of child protection regulations desirable
  • Excellent command of the English and Swahili language, both written and verbal
  • Written communication skills including experience of writing project reports and other documents
  • Master’s degree (desirable) or bachelor’s degree in Gender Studies, Social Science, Community Development, and/or other related fields of study
  • A least two years of professional experience working in the gender program, community development program, or the equivalent in gender education
  • At least one year experience participating in or leading Gender sector proposal development
  • Experience of working on Korea Aid-funded projects would be an advantage
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Knowledge of Monitoring and Evaluation Procedures
  • Able to travel to districts on rough roads
  • Able to sit behind a computer for eight hours a day doing repetitive motions
  • Deep understanding of KFHI’s Vision, Mission and Values and ability to communicate this message confidently to others
  • Flexible, ability to deal with stress and pressure
  • Able to communicate well in front of groups of people
  • Experienced in administration, able to process and execute details.
  • Previous experience in cross cultural interactions
  • Excels in collaboration with others

Send your applications; cover letter (Max of a page), curriculum vitae (Max of two pages), and two recommendation letters (one from church leader and one from a career mentor OR two from career mentors) in English (PDF format) by email to:[email protected]submission date: Not later than 6 pm 24th of July 2022. – Please include the title of the position applied for in the subject line.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

lInterview will be held on 9th to 12th of August 2022 in Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar

lFinal candidate is expected to work from 22nd of August 2022 in Unguja or Pemba, Zanzibar

Company Description
Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI) was established in 1989 as the first international relief development non-governmental organization (NGO) registered in Korea. With a Special Consultative Status of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC). We train and send more than 500 hope corps worldwide working as a change-agent to empower the most vulnerable and the hungry to be more resilient.