Closing date: 22 July
- Qualified nurse or clinical officer or public health officer
- A minimum of 2 years overseas experience in the planning and delivery of community health education
- Proven training skills with good verbal and written communication
- Proven health education supervisory experience
- Familiarity with child-to-child approaches and participatory teaching methodologies
- Experience in the design, implementation and analysis of KAP surveys
- Experiences of developing/adapting training materials
- Good community mobilization abilities
- Good analytical and report writing skills
- Training on community health education, training on reproductive health or related discipline; maternal and child health, hygiene and sanitation and community health, knowledge of CTC. Knowledge of PHAST methodology.
- Ideally will have worked in post conflict transition scenario and have experience in capacity building of local health authority’s staff.
Experience of working in isolated area in a multi-national/cultural environment; experience in the development of IEC materials; capacity to identify training needs.
Experience in developing monitoring and evaluation systems.
- A team player and team builder with strong organisational, interpersonal and communications skills.
Understanding and sensitivity to cross cultural issues; ability to work and remain calm under pressure; good people development and motivation skills.
Flexible and adaptable to changing environments.
Diplomatic; a commitment to working through systems of community participation and mobilization.
Willingness to travel and live under basic conditions. Needs to have initiative and be able to work with minimal supervision.