Targeted supplementary feeding program facilitators – World Vision Ethiopia Vacancy Announcement, August 23 2023
Organization: World Vision Ethiopia
Position: Targeted supplementary feeding program facilitators
Deadline: Aug 30, 2023
- Respect the dignity of beneficiaries, caretakers and members of the community at all times.
- Responsible for the day-to-day coordination and management of outreach workers, crowd controllers, community mobilizers and food disturbers at field level
- Prepare distribution plans, request distribution dispatches and follow up proper storage at FDC level until the distribution.
- Facilitate screening, verify and compile screening data.
- Compile data and information and accordingly report the progress to the senior project officer.
- Identify and refer children from the distribution sites to OTP or SC sites.
- Record, monitoring status data such as weight gains and feeding of children in the program.
- Fostering good relationships with community, community elders, community leaders and other health personnel to encourage good information sharing.
- Refer sever children who are under the SFP program to the OTP when necessary.
- In coordination with community outreach workers and food distributors, provide education to the community members on nutrition and health related issues.
- Involve in nutrition surveys as well as in other concern task when necessary.
- Record and keep admission, discharge and death data to be submitted every two weeks.
- Make sure that all equipment and materials kept clean and safe.
- Collect, compile and share weekly and monthly distribution reports to the TSFP/BSFP Coordinator
Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications
Knowledge, training and experience in management of TSFP/BSFP and SAM management Demonstrated skills in TSFP/BSFP and CMAM program planning, implementation and monitoring. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment. Good human relation skills. Willingness to work under pressure and extra hours Willingness and capacity to be flexible and accommodating when faced with difficult and frustrating working conditions; Strong adherence to World Vision values; Strong character traits, including emotional stability, adaptability, ability to handle stress, cultural and gender sensitivity and integrity; Prepared to live and work in a remote and uncertain security environment Fluent in oral and written English and Tigrigna.
Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification.
BSc degree in Public Health/ Clinical Nursing/Nutrition and related health field of study preferred from accredited universities or health colleges.
1. TSFP/BSFP Training
2. Revised 2019 IMAM guideline training
3. TSFP/BSFP Trainin
Required Professional Experience
Minimum three years of working experience with NGOs in TSFP/BSFP program Experience in BSFP/TSFP, Food Aid programs or community-based nutrition intervention preferably in emergency context Knowledge of latest developments in nutrition and food security Knowledge and practical experience of the national/international Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) protocols and BSFP Programming is an advantage Experience in facilitating trainings and workshops
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