• Lead Facilitator Job at Food for the Hungry (FH Kenya)

  • Posted on: 16 January, 2017 Deadline: 24 January, 2017
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  • Food for the Hungry is an international relief and development organization that answers God’s call to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor in more than 26 countries. Founded in 1971 by Dr. Larry Ward, Food for the Hungry exists to help individuals reach their God-given potential. In developing countries on nearly every continent, Food for the Hungry works with churches, leaders and families to provide the resources they need to help their communities become self-sustaining. When disasters strike, Food for the Hungry is often one of the first organizations on the ground to provide and facilitate emergency relief assistance to those in urgent need of food, shelter, and medical care. In 1976, Food for the Hungry (FH) provided emergency relief supplies to Kenya in the Marsabit district. In 2011, Kenya and four other countries experienced the worst drought in 60 years. Through livestock programs, the poor were able to sell their livestock to earn $2.2 million during the drought. This helped communities survive during the food crisis and water shortage. Presently, FH continues to work in Marsabit and three other districts to help rural communities. Click on icons to see how FH is working with Kenyan communities. Our work in Kenya is partially funded by a partner, the EEP Programme. The EEP Programme in Southern and East Africa is jointly funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland (lead donor), The Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and the UK's Department for International Development (DFID). For further information: http://eepafrica.org/
     

    Lead Facilitator

     

    Responsibilities for the Lead Facilitator Job

    • Support the Implementation of project activities.

    • To plan and organize stakeholders meetings

    • To mobilize leaders and facilitate community training on the self-help group approach

    • Organize the formation of Self Help Groups (SHG) in the community and train the SHGs ensuring the understanding of the SHG concept and quality is maintained.

    • Mobilize church leaders and ensure they are trained on the Church and Community Mobilization and Development approach (CCMD)

    • Support the church leaders to implement the CCMD approach and to establish Self-help groups

    • Monitor and report on whether the trained Self-help groups, are accomplishing action plans and whether this is translating into meeting the needs of the intended beneficiaries.

    • Walk with the Self-help groups, leaders and community members, encourage them and support everyone with ideas to respond well in their roles.

    • Continuous training and mentoring the village facilitators on the SHG approach.

    • Support identified SHGs in rolling out briquette making business plan

    Documentation and program reports

    • To establish and maintain all project and activity documents in the area of operation.

    • Develop monthly plans

    • Compile timely monthly, quarterly, biannual and annual progress reports as required.

    • Conduct and compile Self-help groups health monitoring checklist

    Program support duties

    • To mobilize the church, leaders and families towards understanding and supporting FH/K objectives and philosophy

    • Maintain relationships within all FH/K stakeholders in the field with a view of enhancing FH/K to fulfill strategy.

    • Recommend areas in which FH/K can use its expertise in knowledge development to assist target communities develop their capacity

    • Supervise, train and mentor village facilitators and any interns or volunteers placed under this position.

    • Represent FH in all coordination meetings related to Livelihoods and Environment in Kakuma.

    Lead Facilitator Job Qualifications

    • Vibrant personal relationship with Jesus Christ

    • Excellent inter personal relationship

    • Excellent communications skills – both oral and written

    • Highly motivated, self-starter, able to work on own initiative in difficult conditions

    • Motorbike rider with valid license

    • Supervisory skills

    • Can work with minimal supervision

    • Background in business management

    • Experience in working in Kakuma refugee camp and its environs will be an added advantage

    • Degree Holder in social work/community development/project management. Experience working with groups will be an added advantage.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications (clearly indicating their current or expected salary), updated CV with three referees, day telephone contacts to: Human Resource Manager Email address: hr-fhkenya@fh.org latest by 24 January 2017.

    NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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