CARE International in Zimbabwe
DUE DATE : 28 SEPTEMBER 2021
- Plans weekly, monthly and quarterly project activities and shares these with field staff and in liaison with the Field Supervisor
- Inducts and capacitates Gender and Accountability Focal Point Persons on humanitarian accountability frameworks.
- Establishes relevant complaints and feedback mechanisms in target communities.
- Follows up on accountability issues emanating from the field, in coordination with field staff, and devises. action plans to resolve issues.
- Inputs into the project weekly and monthly reports for the project..
- Supports process monitoring of activities by and with partner staff and provides constant feedback to the Field Supervisor
- Works with M&E Officer and assesses the project’s adherence to CARE’s humanitarian accountability framework
- Provides inputs into the learning agenda and assists with the identification of case studies and most significant change stories for documentations.
- Provides support to field staff in stakeholder coordination and maintains a district database of key project stakeholders.
- Creates an environment within CARE’s workplaces, programming, and communities where CARE works that is free from sexual harassment, sexual abuse and sexual exploitation and child abuse.
- Degree in Humanitarian Response, Development Studies, Social Work or equivalen
- One-year experience in gender, women/girls’ rights, empowerment programming, community development, training or facilitation and education
- Experience developing or working within humanitarian accountability frameworks
- Training and facilitation skills.