Cheshire Services Uganda Project Officers Jobs
Cheshire Services Uganda Project Officers JobsGeneral Duties: The Project Officers will support children with disabilities (CWDs) in an inclusive learning setting to learn and stay in school; engage community stakeholders including families and school authorities to ensure successful project implementation.
Specific Tasks and Responsibilities
Identify children with disabilities to participate in the project
Support assessment and referral of CWDs for rehabilitation.
Distribution of education supplies / enrollment support to CWDs.
Organize community awareness raising events on disability and education.
Support training of caregivers of CWDs on business / income generating activities.
Identify all cases of abuse and report them to the Safeguarding and Advocacy Manager
Identify and support referral of cases of child abuse.
Support the formation of child to child clubs in school and conduct training on human rights and disability in school.
Keep track record and provide progress on the adaptation and utilization of accessible environment in schools
Participate in capacity building trainings organized by Cheshire Services Uganda
Support training of stakeholders both at district, community and family level
Engage in training of teachers and other stakeholders on Inclusive Education approaches.
Conduct in school sensitization on disability, gender and safeguarding
Support in the maintenance of the beneficiary data base and files.
Identify and document the individual education needs of CWDs.
Track school attendance for children with disabilities
Organize counseling, mentoring and career guidance sessions for project beneficiaries.
Support CWDs to participate in extra-curricular activities.
Planning and implementing activities that develop self-esteem and social skills among CWDs
Regularly provide CSU an education progress report of CWDs.
Adhere to Safeguarding policies and related policies and standards
Identify, report and document cases of safeguarding
Creating awareness on Safeguarding and child protection for all beneficiaries and in the community.
Liaise with the safeguarding designate focal person on any emerging safeguarding issues.
Plan, integrate and implement safeguarding activities.
Follow up all cases of abuse as well as timely response and resolution of the cases of abuse.
And any other duties that may be assigned from time to time in the interest of the organization.
• Developing others
• Strong ethical standards and high levels of integrity
• Strategic networking
• Results orientated
• Managing resources
Qualifications and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in development studies or related field.
• Two (2) years of experience in community development.
• Project M&E support and compile/review quality donor reports.
• Prior experience in designing and conducting quantitative and qualitative data collection, including social impact assessment, desk review, interviews and field work.
• Working knowledge and experience of effective financial and budgetary control and supporting projects to stay on course with implementation
• Knowledge of the local language is an advantage
How to Apply
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Deadline: 31st July 2020
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