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CMAM Supervisors – Care Ethiopia

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CMAM Supervisors – Care Ethiopia, September 9 2022
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Organization: Care Ethiopia
Position: CMAM Supervisors
Deadline: 09.18.2022
Employment: Full time
Salary: 816 USD
Location: Gorobekekesa & Guradamole, Liben, Somali
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Job Description:

The purpose of the CMAM Supervisor (Senior Nurse) position is to provide overall support, leadership, coordination, coaching, and supervision to CMAM Nurses  under his/her supervision. She/he ensures the analysis/development, and implementation and monitoring/evaluation of developmental relief interventions in areas of his/her responsibility in accordance with government guideline and project plans to effectively/cost-efficiently contribute to the achievement of project results, objectives and goals. She/he ensures project implementation takes into account CARE’s programming principles and commitment to address the underlying causes of chronic poverty and food insecurity. Thus, she/he ensures community participation, empowerment, partnership, gender equity and avoids any form of discrimination in the process of project implementation. S/he facilitates effective and positive learning environment within and across teams, ensures effective, proactive liaison with and support to woreda and kebele Food Security and Nutrition Task Forces are established and maintained. She/he also facilitates adequate linkages between the  project and other food security and health projects in the woredas.

II. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

Job Responsibility #1:  Project Analysis and Implementation:

  • Coordinate and support the implementation of the emergency nutrition project with the project team leader and other staffs.
  • Facilitate the establishment of therapeutic and supplementary feeding programs with other project staffs in the project woredas.
  • Facilitate and support community sensitization, mobilization, and targeting of project beneficiaries.
  • Organizes and lead supports to participatory, resource/assets mapping, problem-opportunity identification and needs assessment of communities together with the CMAM nurses and Woreda and kebele level partners implementing the CMAM program;
  • Coordinates capacity assessment for woreda, kebele task forces  and general communities
  • Coordinate and support capacity building  trainings for HEWs women  development armies, and CNVs in line with the project objectives and government guidelines;
  • Facilitates community capacity assessments and provide awareness raising and behavioral change interventions for project beneficiaries and wider community.
  • Supports review of and, feedback to the Woreda consolidated activity plans by community/kebele Task forces;
  • Ensures that all project interventions are carried out with full participation of the community members specially women and marginalized groups;
  • Ensures that the planned activities are implemented as per the implementation schedule set, required quality and quantity, and in accordance to the programming principles of the organization;

% of Time:  40%

Job Responsibility #2:  Planning, Monitoring and Supervision:

  • Ensures that the required support and resources are timely channeled to support project implementation at the facility and community levels in project areas;
  • Ensures that the CMAM nurses receive the needed technical and logistic support required, to ensure and evaluate project performance and quality.
  • Sets required project performance standard of the activities of the project together with the CMAM nurses , monitoring and evaluation officer, Nutrition officer, and government partners to ensure implementation of the project as per the standard
  • Provides guidance and support for mainstreaming into activity implementation of CARE’s core Gender equality and diversity, rights-based approaches and Humanitarian accountability principles, and community level advocacy in particular;
  • Coordinates and conducts joint monitoring and supervision, regular review meeting with the project partners at woreda and kebele level, at least on monthly basis, record and share lessons and provide feedback to all concerned.
  • Resolve technical problems/issues that CMAM nurses  and other program actors face in the field if it is within his capacity and if not report to Nutrition  officer or project manager  for support;
  • Supervises and evaluates CMAM Nurses under his supervision as per the HR policy.

% of Time: 25%

Job Responsibility #3: Capacity building of facilitators and partners:

  • Assists Project team leader; in the Preparation of annual, quarter, and monthly operation plans with its equivalent resource.
  • Organizes and arrange training to CMAM Nurses, HEWs, Women development aries, CNVs and others partners by discussing with Nutrition project team leader and manager at the field office.
  • Holds regular on job training to facilitators and partners at community level;
  • Conducts training needs assessment facilitators and partners at community level;
  • provide technical assistance to the CMAM nurses  and government partners/communities;
  • Arranges cross visits teams, within the sub office and sites;
  • Supports capacity assessment and capacity building activities at woredas and kebele levels

% of Time: 15%

Job Responsibility #4:  Facilitate Learning and Networking:

  • Establishes good working relationship with local officials, communities and other stake holders;
  • Keeps up to date with the developments in the sector, including best practice examples in-country and ensure ongoing personal development and learning;
  • Prepares regular project progress updates at woreda  level and share with the government and submit the next higher levels
  • Organizes and supports community involvement in the project after action review and  and handing over to sustain the project.
  • Represents CARE at woreda, kebeles  level being member of the food security and nutrition task forces.
  • Involve in different food security and nutrition assessments in the woredas and kebeles levels as needed.
  • Support and conduct best case stories and causal mapping and share with project staffs

% of Time:  5%

Job Responsibility #5:  Reporting:

  • Develops appropriate reporting formats together with Nutrition officer and other appropriate staff of the project;
  • Collects monthly and quarterly performance reports from all project’s operational woredas and facilities
  • Verify and check the reported activities against the detail implementation plans.
  • Reviews and summarizes the monthly and quarterly report for the operation area and submit to the next higher levels.

% of Time: 10%

Job Responsibility #6:  Others:

  • Executes other tasks and assignments, given by the project.

% of Time:  5%

 

III. PROBLEM SOLVING (Thinking Environment)

Levels one and two of problem solving apply to the incumbent. The incumbent involves with daily routine activities, she/he also uses interpolative skills to pick and choose the right solution to address given problems.

IV. GENDER EQUALITY

  • Understanding and demonstrated commitment to the importance of gender, youth and social inclusion issues.
  • Demonstrated commitment to principles of Gender Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and PSEAH (safeguarding), as evidenced in previous positions / programming
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Job Requirements:

A) EDUCATION/TRAINING

Required:

  • Diploma in Nursing

Desired

  • B.S.C in Public Health and Nursing

B) EXPERIENCE:

Required:

  • Minimum three years practical experience in areas of emergency nutrition
  • Experience in management/coordination of community based nutrition intervention preferably in emergency such as CMAM, CTC.
  • Knowledge and practical experience of the national therapeutic /supplemental feeding protocols/guidelines.
  • Knowledge of international benchmarks such as SPHRE standards and other frameworks
  • Skill in facilitating on job  training for health workers
  • Field experience of community mobilization
  • Previous experience and good knowledge of pastoralist communities.

Desired:

  • NGO experience

C) TECHNICAL SKILLS

Required:

  • Supervisory skill;
  • Computer proficiency;
  • Good communication and report writing skill;
  • Knowledge of local Language;
  • Familiarity/training on management of acute malnutrition (CMAM guidelines /protocols);
  • Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV/AIDS, conceptual understanding of participatory approach and sustainable development.

D) COMPETENCIES

Respect, accountability, courage, excellence, building partnerships, stress tolerance, building commitment, coaching, interpersonal skill, operational decision-making, planning and organizing, information monitoring.

 III. CONTACTS/KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

 The incumbent is expected to collaborate with the local communities, government counterparts, and other partners and internally, with Nutrition officer, Project Managers and other concerned FO’s staff.

IV. WORKING CONDITIONS AND LEVEL OF TRAVEL REQUIRED.

 The CMAM supervisor shall be based in project woreda with extensive field travel (50%) to the commuity.

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How to Apply

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If you are interested to be part of our dynamic team, exciting work environment and contribute to CARE Ethiopia’s mission and vision, please send your CV (not more than 3 pages) and cover letter (not more than one page) through Ethiojobs.net .

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Passionate and dedicated candidates who meet the requirement are strongly encouraged to apply, especially women!

CARE Ethiopia is committed to preventing all unwanted behavior at work. This includes sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, and child abuse. We expect everyone who works for us to share this commitment by understanding and working within the CARE Safeguarding Policy and related framework. CARE Ethiopia has a zero-tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, a vulnerable adult or child by any of our staff, representatives or partners.

CARE Ethiopia reserves the right to seek information from job applicants’ current and/or previous employers about incidents of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment the applicant may have been found guilty to have committed or about which an investigation was in the process of being carried out at the time of the termination of the applicant’s employment with that employer.

By submitting the application, the job applicant confirms that s/he has no objection to CARE Ethiopia requesting the information specified above. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks.

CARE seeks to improve the lives of the most marginalized, particularly women and girls. Our diversity is our strength. We encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences to apply.

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