Driver, Finance and Administrative Assistant, Project Officer- Case Management, ZONAL LEAD, Monitoring,Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer, Chauffeur, Assistant administratif et financier, Chargé de projet – Gestion de cas, LEAD ZONAL, Chargé de suivi, d’évaluation, de responsabilisation et d’apprentissage, Maroua, Conférence Épiscopale Nationale du Cameroun

Driver, Finance and Administrative Assistant, Project Officer- Case Management, ZONAL LEAD, Monitoring,Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer, Chauffeur, Assistant administratif et financier, Chargé de projet – Gestion de cas, LEAD ZONAL, Chargé de suivi, d’évaluation, de responsabilisation et d’apprentissage, Maroua, Conférence Épiscopale Nationale du Cameroun

OFFRE D’EMPLOI

RÉSUMÉ DU PROJET

Financé par le “President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)” à travers l’Agence des États-Unis pour le Développement International (USAID), la Conférence Episcopale Nationale du Cameroun (CENC) en tant que partenaire local de transition de CRS, soutient la mise en œuvre du projet, « Interventions clés pour développer les systèmes et les services pour les orphelins et les enfants vulnérables » (KIDSS). Le projet vise à relever les défis d’une prise en charge et d’un soutien durables aux orphelins et enfants vulnérables (OEV) en renforçant les capacités du Gouvernement de la République du Cameroun (GRC), de la société civile, des communautés et des ménages et en fournissant des soins et un soutien de qualité aux enfants infectés et affectés par le VIH au Cameroun. Le programme consiste en des activités de prévention et de recherche de cas pour les OEV ainsi qu’en un soutien communautaire pour le lien avec les soins et la rétention des enfants et adolescents vivant avec le VIH. Dans cette optique, la CENC cherche donc à recruter un chauffeur qualifié pour mener à bien ses activités.

TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE

RESUME DU POSTE

Sous la supervision administrative du Finance and Administrative Assistant et technique du chargé des approvisionnements et de la logistique, le chauffeur se chargera de conduire le personnel en toute sécurité et de maintenir en bon état le véhicule du projet qui lui sera confié.

Missions et Responsabilités

Conduite le personnel dans les zones couvertes par le projet KIDSS.

Recueillir et distribuer du courrier, des documents au partenaire de la CENC et à d’autres intervenants du Projets KIDSS.

Veiller à ce que toutes les formalités requises par les autorités compétentes en cas d’accident soient remplies.

Assurer la maintenance quotidienne du véhicule du projet en vérifiant l’huile, l’eau, la batterie, les freins et les pneus… conformément aux exigences de la hiérarchie

Informer à temps des éventuels problèmes constatés dans le véhicule.

Enregistrer tous les déplacements effectués, les kilométrages et quantités de carburant consommés dans le journal de bord.

Respecter les limitations de vitesse et les horaires de travail du projet KIDSS

Effectuer toute autre tâche connexe qui n’excède pas les capacités et les compétences attribuées par la hiérarchie.

S’assurer que le dossier administratif du véhicule est toujours à jour et signaler avant l’expiration d’une pièce.

QUALIFICATIONS MINIMALES

Au moins un permis de conduire B

Titulaire au moins d’un CEP et d’un Baccalauréat au plus.

Un diplôme / certificat ou des connaissances en mécanique automobile serait un plus.

Un minimum de deux ans d’expérience en tant que chauffeur professionnel

Une connaissance pratique et technique de la maintenance.

Connaissance des règles et réglementations relatives à la conduite de véhicules.

Capacité à travailler sous pression et dans un environnement complexe.

Avoir une bonne connaissance de l’environnement de travail des projets

Avoir une bonne connaissance des Régions du Nord et de l’Extrême Nord

Avoir une bonne compréhension des procédures logistiques est un atout

Qualités personnelles

Bonnes compétences en communication (orale et écrite).

Bonnes capacités de planification et d’organisation.

Esprit d’équipe démontré.

Capacité à travailler dans des environnements multiculturels.

Bon contact humain et interaction avec le personnel et les partenaires

Langue : maitrise du français et des langues locales(fulfulde), l’anglais est atout

Compétences à l’échelle de la CENC (pour tout le personnel de la CENC):

Ceux-ci sont ancrés dans la mission, les valeurs de la CENC ​​et les principes directeurs et sont utilisés par chaque membre du personnel pour s’acquitter de ses responsabilités et obtenir les résultats souhaités. Ceux-ci sont:

Confiance dans toutes les relations

Croissance professionnelle

Partenariat

Responsabilité

Intégrité

Responsabilité et gérance

État d’esprit stratégique

Avertissement : Cette description de poste ne constitue pas une liste exhaustive des compétences, efforts, tâches et responsabilités associés au poste.

Les procédures d’acquisition de talents de la CENC reflètent notre engagement à protéger les enfants et les adultes vulnérables contre les abus et l’exploitation.

La CENC est un employeur garantissant l’égalité des chances.

COMMENT POSTULER

Les dossiers DOIVENT inclure:

Lettre de motivation adressée au Secrétaire Général de la CENC

CV indiquant entre autres au moins 03 références dont l’une doit être celle d’un leader d’une communauté religieuse / confessionnelle ;

Preuve de diplômes professionnels pertinents

Preuve d’expérience professionnelle.

Vous pouvez postuler en envoyant vos candidatures par l’adresse suivante : info@necc-cenc.org

Mentionnant en objet du mail « CENC Chauffeur – Projet KIDSS »

Date limite: 02/08/ 2021 à 17h, heure du Cameroun.

Les candidatures incomplètes ou reçues après la date limite ne seront pas prises en compte.

NB: En postulant pour cet emploi, le candidat doit comprendre que la CENC protège la vie humaine à tout prix et exigera du candidat qu’il fasse de même s’il est recruté. La CENC demande également à son personnel de traiter toutes les personnes avec dignité et respect et de prévenir activement le harcèlement, les abus, l’exploitation et la traite des êtres humains.

Les candidats retenus à ce stade seront soumis à un test pratique et à un entretien oral. Une vérification complète des antécédents sera effectuée pour le candidat retenu.

JOB ADVERT

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

Funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) as the CRS transition local partner, supports the implementation of Key Interventions to Develop Systems and Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (KIDSS) project. The project addresses the challenges of sustainable care and support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) by strengthening the capacities of the Government of the Republic of Cameroon (GRC), civil society, communities and households to provide quality care and support HIV-infected and affected children in Cameroon. The program consists of prevention and case finding activities for OVC as well as ensuring community support for linkage to care and retention among children and adolescents living with HIV.

TERMS OF REFERENCE

You will efficiently provide comprehensive information, clerical, and accounting services to assist the Finance Department in executing processes and delivering service needs that support high-quality programs serving the poor and vulnerable. As part of an experienced finance team you will deliver quality support in your role, applying clearly defined accounting and financial reporting processes, procedures and service standards.

Duties and Responsibilities

Complete standard financial documents (vouchers, wire transfer requests, checks, etc.) following a sample template with prescribed guidelines and circulate as needed.

Provide administrative and clerical support to financial transactions processing. Prepare, type, photocopy, and scan related documentation. File accounting and financial reporting documentation as instructed.

Compile supporting documentation (liquidation/receipt package) to support processing of financial transactions. Communicate with staff, subrecipients, partners, suppliers to follow up on required documents.

Perform data entry for financial transactions recording, following validation by the next-level Finance staff.

Assure the recording inside chart of account of all financial and accounting transactions in order to prepare the monthly financial report to address to the Finance Manager at central Level with all justifications;

Focal point for the treatment of bank reconciliation statement by month with the goal to transfer all proof documents concerning this bank information’s control at central level;

Review of beneficiaries’ financial reports in the field

Focal point for the treatment of cash reconciliation statement by month with the goal to transfer all proof documents concerning this cash information’s control at central level;

Keep custody of various documents (e.g. blank/undelivered checks, fuel coupons, etc.).

Manage the vehicles and generating sets of the project.

Collect each end of the month the logsheets and send them to the logistics department in Yaoundé;

Monitor the maintenance and repair of vehicles and generators

Regularly check and remind drivers safety rules on board the NECC vehicle

Ensure reliable fuel management. Put in place a transparent system for monitoring fuel consumption.

Receive and verify all purchase and service requests issued by the project staff.

Establish the list of suppliers, have it approved by the central office in Yaoundé and ensure its quarterly update.

Prepare and maintain the due diligence of NECC suppliers and service providers;

Ensure regular and timely payment of rents and taxes.

Ensure the supervision of the project driver (s).

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education and experience

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting Finance, Administration, Master’s degree would be an asset

At least 2 years’ experience in the successful financial management of internationally funded projects

Good understanding of USAID project funding rules and regulations and reporting requirements.

Proven skills in financial supervision of USAID-funded projects

Good knowledge of local legislation in the areas of taxation and local regulatory reporting requirements as well as the OHADA system is required

Personal qualities

Proactive, result-oriented and service-oriented.

Good communication and interpersonal skills

Good planning and organisational skills

Language required / desired:   Must be bilingual, Professional Proficiency in English required.

Travel required:  30% of travel in Cameroon.

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Supervisory relationships:  N/A

Internal:  NECC KIDSS staff at the Central and Zonal Level

External: KIDSS local implementing partner staff.

CENC-wide competences (for all CENC staff):

These are rooted in the mission, the values of the NECC and the guiding principles and are used by each staff member to fulfil his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. These are:

Trust in all relationships

Professional growth

Partnership

Responsibility

Integrity

Responsibility and management

Strategic mindset

Disclaimer:  This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skills, efforts, tasks and responsibilities associated with the position.

CENC’s talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

CENC is an equal opportunity employer.

HOW TO APPLY

Files MUST include :

Cover letter addressed to Secretary General of NECC

CV including at least 03 references, one of which should be a leader of a religious/faith community;

Evidence of relevant academic / professional qualifications

Proof of professional experience.

You can apply by sending your applications to the following address: info@necc-cenc.org

Mentioning “NECC Finance and Administrative Assistant– KIDSS Project” in the subject line,

Deadline: 02/ 08/ 2021 at 5pm Cameroon time.

Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

NB:  In applying for this job, the applicant must understand that the NECC protects human life at all costs and will require the applicant to do the same if recruited. The NECC also asks its staff to treat all persons with dignity and respect and to actively prevent harassment, abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

Successful candidates at this stage will be subject to a practical test and an oral interview. A full background check will be carried out on the successful candidate

OFFRE D’EMPLOI

City, Country

Maroua, Garoua, Cameroun

Number of position

02

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

Funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) as the CRS transition local partner supports the implementation of Key Interventions to Develop Systems and Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (KIDSS) project. The project addresses the challenges of sustainable care and support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) by strengthening the capacities of the Government of the Republic of Cameroon (GRC), civil society, communities and households to provide quality care and support HIV-infected and affected children in Cameroon. The program consists of prevention and case finding activities for OVC as well as ensuring community support for linkage to care and retention among children and adolescents living with HIV.

TERMS OF REFERENCE

As the KIDSS Project Officer – Case Management, as part of the program team, you will provide technical support and supervision to local organizations implementing community-based project activities in support of National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) work serving OVC and their caregivers.  You will work closely with the Zonal Lead and other KIDSS staff to support local organizations to use a family-centered, strengths-based case management approach to ensure beneficiaries receive high quality direct services and referrals based on their needs. Direct services include but are not limited to enrollment of C/ALHIV and their case management within the framework of households, adherence counselling, educational support, household economic strengthening, positive parenting, adolescent services, early childhood development, WASH and nutrition. Your thorough and service-oriented approach will ensure that the project consistently applies best practices and constantly works towards improving the impact of its benefits to those we serve.

Duties and Responsibilities

Support to Project Coordination

Accompany the Local implementing partners in coordinating, organizing and ensuring the respect of the norms and standards during implementation of all case management, direct services, referral activities as outlined in the detailed implementation plan in line with NECC program quality principles and standards, donor requirements, and good practices.

Continuously Monitor and report any challenges and/or gaps identified to inform adjustments to plans and implementation schedules.

Assist partners in their efforts to reflect on project experiences.

Support partners in their efforts to collect and analyze project data per specified mechanisms and tools. Support local partners to prepare reports per established reporting schedule.

Assist in the development of capacity strengthening plans based on staff capacity needs and technical assistance needs of partner organizations related to case management, referrals and direct services; Coordinate capacity strengthening activities for local partners, including training facilitation, supportive supervision, coaching and mentoring; Monitor capacity building and technical support activities to ensure effective impact.

Support accountability through assisting partners in their efforts to collect and analyze project data per specified mechanisms and tools. Collaborate with local partner(s) to prepare reports per established reporting schedule.

Assist with identifying information for case studies and reports on promising practices.

Assist partners in the correct and timely use of project funds and reporting

Participate in coordination meetings of the HIV treatment centers and to represent the Zonal Lead in the health district Coordination meetings.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education and experience

Post Graduate Diploma in Social sciences, Nursing Degree an MPH will be a plus

Minimum of 4 years of work experience in project support

Knowledge or prior experience in Community Health in particular in the field of child and adolescent HIV prevention services, social mobilization and psychosocial services are strongly preferred.

Experience in facilitation, participatory action planning and/or community engagement required.

Experience in capacity strengthening of staff and partners preferred

Experience monitoring projects and collecting relevant data preferred

Experience using MS Windows and MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Personal qualities

Critical thinking and strong logical reasoning skills

Observation, active listening and analysis skills with ability to make sound judgments.

Good relationship management skills and the ability to work closely with local partners and community members.

Ability to motivate partners and stakeholders to achieve shared objectives.

Ability to coordinate multiple work flows with different stakeholders simultaneously

Training and facilitation skills

Attention to details, accuracy and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities.

Proactive, results-oriented and service-oriented

Language required / desired:   Must be bilingual, Professional Proficiency in English required.

Travel required:  30% of travel in Cameroon.

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Supervisory relationships:

Internal:  NECC KIDSS staff at the Central and Zonal Level

External: KIDSS local implementing partner staff, PEPFAR care and treatment (clinical partners) staff, USAID & PEPFAR representatives, consultants.

CENC-wide competences (for all CENC staff):

These are rooted in the mission, the values of the NECC and the guiding principles and are used by each staff member to fulfil his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. These are:

Trust in all relationships

Professional growth

Partnership

Responsibility

Integrity

Responsibility and management

Strategic mindset

Disclaimer:  This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skills, efforts, tasks and responsibilities associated with the position.

CENC’s talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

CENC is an equal opportunity employer.

HOW TO APPLY

Files MUST include:

Cover letter addressed to the Secretary General of NECC

CV including at least 03 references, one of which should be a leader of a religious/faith community;

Evidence of relevant academic / professional qualifications

Proof of professional experience.

You can apply by sending your applications to the following address:  info@necc-cenc.org

Mentioning “NECC Project Officer -Case Management– KIDSS Project” in the subject line, Please specify the location for which you are applying (Maroua or Garoua)

Deadline: 02/ 08/ 2021 at 5pm Cameroon time.

Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

NB:  In applying for this job, the applicant must understand that the NECC protects human life at all costs and will require the applicant to do the same if recruited. The NECC also asks its staff to treat all persons with dignity and respect and to actively prevent harassment, abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

Successful candidates at this stage will be subject to a practical test and an oral interview. A full background check will be carried out on the successful candidate.

JOB ADVERT

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

Funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) as the CRS transition local partner, supports the implementation of Key Interventions to Develop Systems and Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (KIDSS) project. The project addresses the challenges of sustainable care and support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) by strengthening the capacities of the Government of the Republic of Cameroon (GRC), civil society, communities and households to provide quality care and support HIV-infected and affected children in Cameroon. The program consists of prevention and case finding activities for OVC as well as ensuring community support for linkage to care and retention among children and adolescents living with HIV.

TERMS OF REFERENCE

As the KIDSS Zonal and Case Management lead in Maroua project office, you will facilitate the achievement of project objectives through coordinating and reporting on all project activities and providing technical guidance and advice to staff and implementing partner(s) advancing National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon’s (CENC) work serving the poor and vulnerable. In zones 5 (The North and Far North, you will be responsible for managing the KIDSS Maroua satellite office, zonal project staff and supporting local partners to achieve project targets and ensure program and management quality for that zone. In collaboration with technical staff and the Head of Partnership, you will play a lead role in developing the organizational capacity of local partners and their ability to implement quality OVC activities. Your coordination and relationship management skills will ensure that the project for which you are responsible applies best practices and consistently works towards improving the impact for those whom we serve.

Duties and responsibilities

Organize and lead the implementation of all assigned project activities as outlined in the detailed implementation plan in line with CRS/CENC program quality principles and standards, PEPFAR requirements, and good practices

Ensure learning properly accompanies project activities throughout the project cycle. Support accountability through coordinating project evaluation activities and guiding partners in their efforts to reflect on project experiences.

Analyze implementation challenges and report any inconsistencies and/or gaps to inform adjustments to plans and implementation schedules.

Work with local partners, The National Project Coordinator (NCP), Head of Administration and Finance (HAF) and MEAL Manager, and KIDSS technical staff to jointly develop partner work plans and oversee implementation and reporting on achievement of project activities on schedule

Supervise KIDSS staff in the Maroua project office and deploy staff effectively to support timely achievement of local partner work plans and targets

Oversee and coordinate the case management platform for service delivery

Liaise with KIDSS technical staff and partner staff to ensure that case management is provided to project participants consistently, following project guidelines and best practice.

Ensure that documentation and reporting on case management and OVC services is effectively completed by partner and Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, & Learning (MEAL) staff to reach PEPFAR targets.

In coordination with KIDSS technical Leads, CENC technical advisors, consultants, zonal staff, and local partners, oversee the effective functioning of a referral network that includes PEPFAR clinical implementation partners and social service providers, including shared protocols and tools between stakeholders and up to date referral directories.

Coordinate and oversee working relationships with all local project stakeholders serve as the liaison between them and the project team to mobilize local actors and promote project activities and impact.

Supervise and perform ad-hoc inspections of various processes and resources at project sites, including data quality assessments and Site Improvement Monitoring System (SIMS) visits, to ensure timely project activities implementation and adherence to established process standards and procedures.

Ensure proper tracking of resource use for project activities through periodic budget reviews and follow-up with and assistance to implementing partners.

Under the supervision of Technical Domain and the Partner Capacity Strengthening Lead, coordinate and support capacity strengthening and technical support activities with local partners to ensure assigned project activities are implemented per PEPFAR guidelines and best practices.

Coordinate provision of any logistical and administrative support to staff and partners

Ensure project documentation for assigned activities is complete with all required documents and is filed per agency and donor requirements.

Assist with preparation of trends analysis reports and documentation of case studies and promising practices.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education and experience

Master’s Degree in Nursing, Masters in Public Health, Masters in Social Work, Project Management related field required.

Minimum of 5 years of work experience in project support in particular in community HIV, health or social services for an NGO.

Minimum of 5 years of work experience in project support in particular in community HIV, health or social services for an NGO.

Experience implementing and/or monitoring PEPFAR programs strongly preferred

Knowledge or prior experience in social services and case management desirable

Experience working with and coordinating partners, participatory action planning and community engagement required

Staff supervision experience required.

Experience monitoring projects and collecting relevant data

Experience using MS Windows and MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Personal qualities

Critical thinking and strong logical reasoning skills.

Analysis and problem-solving skills with ability to make sound judgment

Good relationship management skills and the ability to work closely with local partners

Proactive, results-oriented and service-oriented

Attention to details, accuracy and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities

Language required / desired:  Must be bilingual with a working knowledge of English and French.

Travel required:   Up to 50% travel to local partner sites and CENC- KIDSS project main office in Yaoundé.

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Supervisory relationships:   Project Officer-Case Management, MEAL Field Officer, & Finance Officer

Internal: Deputy Chief of Party – OVC Program Quality, Deputy Chief of Party – Operations, Partner Capacity Strengthening Director, Program Manager HIV & Health, Program Manager Case Management, Accountability, & Referral, MEAL Director, & MEAL Manager

External: KIDSS local implementing partner staff, PEPFAR care and treatment (clinical partners) staff, USAID & PEPFAR representatives, consultants.

CENC-wide competences (for all CENC staff):

These are rooted in the mission, the values of the NECC and the guiding principles and are used by each staff member to fulfil his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. These are:

Trust in all relationships

Professional growth

Partnership

Responsibility

Integrity

Responsibility and management

Strategic mindset

Disclaimer:  This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skills, efforts, tasks and responsibilities associated with the position.

CENC’s talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

CENC is an equal opportunity employer.

HOW TO APPLY

Files MUST include:

Cover letter addressed to the Secretary General of NECC.

CV including at least 03 references, one of which should be a leader of a religious/faith community;

Evidence of relevant academic / professional qualifications

Proof of professional experience.

You can apply by sending your applications to the following address: info@necc-cenc.org

Mentioning “Zonal Lead – KIDSS Project” in the subject line

Deadline: 02/ 08/ 2021 at 5pm Cameroon time.

Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

NB:  In applying for this job, the applicant must understand that the NECC protects human life at all costs and will require the applicant to do the same if recruited. The NECC also asks its staff to treat all persons with dignity and respect and to actively prevent harassment, abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

Successful candidates at this stage will be subject to a practical test and an oral interview. A full background check will be carried out on the successful candidate.

JOB ADVERT

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

Funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) as the CRS transition local partner, supports the implementation of Key Interventions to Develop Systems and Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (KIDSS) project. The project addresses the challenges of sustainable care and support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) by strengthening the capacities of the Government of the Republic of Cameroon (GRC), civil society, communities and households to provide quality care and support HIV-infected and affected children in Cameroon. The program consists of prevention and case finding activities for OVC as well as ensuring community support for linkage to care and retention among children and adolescents living with HIV.

TERMS OF REFERENCE

The MEAL Officer will work closely with implementing partners, Zonal program team and the central MEAL team to ensure high quality data that enables the tracking of services provided to orphans and vulnerable children in the North and Far North regions of Cameroon.

Duties and responsibilities

Support the coordination and monitoring (including digital data collection) of MEAL-related project activities at the field level.

Monitor and report on the implementation of Zonal and IP MEAL activities.

Ensure high quality data through routine data quality audits, Management Information System (MIS) assessments and development of feedback mechanisms, action plans and cleaning to address identified data quality issues.

Champion the utilization of project MEAL MIS by providing support to IP staff on the utilization of existing tools and various MEAL related Standard of Operating procedures; electronic data entry and review.

Strengthen the capacity of the local IP on data management, data quality assurance, data analysis and interpretation as well as reporting on key performance indicators through continuous assessments, mentorship and supportive supervision.

Support data use activities at Zonal and IP levels as well as data use by other stakeholders (support networks, clinical partners etc.

Support data use activities at Zonal and IP levels as well as data use by other stakeholders (support networks, clinical partners etc.

Coordinate regular data review meetings, including technical and MEAL teams to assess project performance against set targets and key activities.

Develop and/or update MEAL tools, databases and monthly reporting formats in close collaboration with the MEAL manager and program team.

Participate in monthly data retention meetings at HIV treatment centers.

Provide documentation and dissemination of key findings stemming from monitoring, assessment, and other learning activities.

Facilitate and participate in information sharing opportunities among NECC and other partners/donors.

Assist with the roll-out and implementation of the project’s feedback and response mechanism (FRM). Support actively seeking and responding to feedback from all members of targeted communities and other stakeholders as defined by the FRM.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education and experience

Master’s degree required in Biostatistics, Demography, Public Health, Epidemiology, Information System Management, or any relevant field.

At least 4 years of practical experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning with an International NGO and preferably in the health sector.

Advanced knowledge in the usage of MS Excel for data analysis and visualization. The level of knowledge will be tested.

Proficient in data management/analysis software such as SPSS, Epidata /info, Access, Stata, R, Python or another similar software.

Proficient in PowerBi or Tableau or similar software

Good knowledge on the usage of Microsoft Office 365 suite.

Knowledge of case management and longitudinal analysis.

The following attributes will be a plus:

Experience in HIV/ AIDS project/ programs;

Knowledge in PEPFAR MER data requirements.

Personal qualities

Critical thinking and strong logical reasoning skills.

Observation, active listening and analysis skills with ability to make sound judgments.

Good relationship management skills and the ability to work closely with local partners and community members.

Ability to motivate partners and stakeholders to achieve shared objectives.

Ability to coordinate multiple work flows with different stakeholders simultaneously.

Training and facilitation skills.

Attention to details, accuracy and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities.

Proactive, results-oriented and service-oriented.

Language required / desired:   Fluency in French, Professional Proficiency in English required.

Travel required:  30% of travel in Cameroon.

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Supervisory relationships:  N/A

Internal: MEAL Manager, the Zonal Coordinator, The National Project Coordinator, Head of Program Quality, Head of Administration and Finance.

External: KIDSS local implementing partner staff, PEPFAR care and treatment (clinical partners) staff, USAID & PEPFAR representatives, consultants.

CENC-wide competences (for all CENC staff):

These are rooted in the mission, the values of the NECC and the guiding principles and are used by each staff member to fulfil his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. These are:

Trust in all relationships

Professional growth

Partnership

Responsibility

Integrity

Responsibility and management

Strategic mindset

Disclaimer:  This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skills, efforts, tasks and responsibilities associated with the position.

CENC’s talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

CENC is an equal opportunity employer.

HOW TO APPLY

Files MUST include:

Cover letter addressed to the Secretary General of NECC

CV including at least 03 references, one of which should be a leader of a religious/faith community;

Evidence of relevant academic / professional qualifications

Proof of professional experience.

You can apply by sending your applications to the following address:  info@necc-cenc.org

Mentioning “NECC MEAL Officer – KIDSS Project” in the subject line

Deadline: 02/ 08/ 2021 at 5pm Cameroon time.

Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

NB:  In applying for this job, the applicant must understand that the NECC protects human life at all costs and will require the applicant to do the same if recruited. The NECC also asks its staff to treat all persons with dignity and respect and to actively prevent harassment, abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

Successful candidates at this stage will be subject to a practical test and an oral interview. A full background check will be carried out on the successful candidate.


Postuler (Apply for the job) sur son site Internet: https://www.jobinfocamer.com/job/30057/chauffeur-a-conference-episcopale-nationale-du-cameroun, https://www.jobinfocamer.com/job/30056/finance-and-administrative-assistant-a-national-episcopal-conference-of-cameroon, https://www.jobinfocamer.com/job/30054/project-officer-case-management-a-national-episcopal-conference-of-cameroon, https://www.jobinfocamer.com/job/30048/zonal-lead-a-national-episcopal-conference-of-cameroon, https://www.jobinfocamer.com/job/30043/monitoring-evaluation-accountability-and-learning-officer-a-national-episcopal-conference-of-cameroon

The Daily Job Report, Le rapport de travail quotidien 26/07/2021 (Emplois non affichés individuellement/ Jobs not individually posted on the site): https://afriquejobs.com/2021/07/26/the-daily-job-report-le-rapport-de-travail-quotidien-26-07-2021/

All companies hiring (Entreprises qui emploi au Cameroun): https://www.afriquejobs.com/2020/07/emplois-jobs-au-cameroun-liste-des.html

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