~~Job Purpose (main role of the position):
To implement Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in Kalafgan, and RustaqTakhar Province, Afghanistan.
Key Working Relationships (horizontal & vertical):
The CLTS Facilitator will directly report to APC and overall to CLTS Supervisor. He/she should maintain close working relationship with WASH Officer, Security, Logistic, Finance and admin team and Provincial Programme Manager (PPM) and National WASH Coordinator and overall with the targeted community people.
Scope of the Role:
The Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Facilitator is a member of Mission East (ME) Takhar programme and will do a very focused activities which aim to achieve the CLTS deliverables of ME as the only CLTS implementing partner in Takhar (Kalafgan and Rustaq Program Areas).
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
CLTS Facilitator is accountable to fulfill his/her roles and responsibilities in line with Mission East Code of Conduct, values, Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) commitments and to report to his/her line supervisor on defined key performance objectives and indicators as follows.
The major responsibilities of CLTS Facilitator are the following:
∙ To implement the CLTS detailed implementation plan as per below CLTS process:
• Attend a full course of MRRD-endorsed CLTS training at the central or/and provincial level
• Implement the CLTS using the Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) tools with the villagers of target communities
• Facilitate sessions with communities in realizing the negative hygienic and sanitary behaviors replaced with positive ones (Pre-Triggering and Triggering)
• Walk throughout the village and interact with all villagers facilitating a rapid change in the attitude of villagers
• Vigorous follow up from the communities they are triggered
• Effective use of IEC materials in the target villages and their follow up
• Conduct hygiene education sessions for the villagers inside the village or at the district or provincial level
• Assist the female CLTS facilitators liaising the female Community Health Workers (CHWs) and establishing and training the Family Health Action Groups (FHAGs) from the mothers having children less than five years of age
• Conduct community hygiene awareness and sanitation campaigns
• Provide technical advice to the villagers in building improved household latrines
• Record day to day progress made by villagers in their village and reporting to his/her supervisor
• Establish mutual and good relationship with the Community Development Councils (CDCs) and other influential leaders of the target villages
• Assist the CLTS supervisor in arranging and facilitating ODF verification, certification and declaration ceremonies at the district and village level
• Provide CLTS supervisor with necessary reports, success stories and photos from special occasions and progresses
• Reporting on regular basis to the supervisor
• Facilitation of ignition and triggering process for Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in targeted villages and schools
~~Mission East, founded in Denmark in 1991, is an international humanitarian and development organisation undertaking projects in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Nepal, Iraq, Armenia, Myanmar and North Korea.
Mission East has worked in north-eastern Afghanistan since 2002 implementing a multi-sectoral multi-donor relief and recovery programme in the provinces of Badakhshan and Takhar. It is known for its technically competent, experienced and dedicated staff, and for its effectiveness in reaching some of the most remote and under-served rural communities in NE Afghanistan. It has built up a strong reputation over the years for securing solid community involvement in projects. Mission East is currently one of the bigger (NGO) service-providers for water and sanitation in the north-east and is noted for the success of its particular model of implementation amongst other NGOs and government authorities in the region.
More information on Mission East can be found at: www.miseast.org
(Mission East condemns all forms of child abuse and child exploitation, takes a zero tolerance approach to all abuse and exploitation against children and seeks to ensure children are not exposed to the risk of maltreatment by its representatives. )
The CLTS Facilitator should have:
• Should have 2-4 years of work experience with communities, Community Development Councils (CDCs) and other relevant community structures.
• Some previous experience of implementing CLTS methodologies would be highly desirable.
• Familiarity with culture of people in society.
• Familiarity with national languages/ English as well.
Skills & Competencies Required:
• Experience in working with community and community mobilization and with WASH programming in Afghanistan
• Some knowledge and experience of CLTS methodologies and hygiene promotion approaches would be desirable
• Locality and Familiarity with cultures of different Afghan communities
• Very good interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to supervise respective staff
• Ability to speak in big gatherings and interact very smoothly and politely
• Must be able to communicate well in local language/s
• The candidate must have the ability to work with people of different villages
• Ability to work in different working circumstances and hard situations
University Degree with minimum two years of experience working with communities. Education and Experience in health, hygiene and sanitation is desirable.
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
• Should have 2-4 years of work experience with co
As per Mission East Salary Scale
~~Interested applicants who meet the required criteria of the position, can submit their Resume and Cover Letter to both email address: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com before the deadline mentioned above.
Please note (Do not attached certificates and etc.)
• Please mention name of the position and your name (CLTS Facilitators # Your Name) in the subject line of your email.
The closing date for this position is 30-January-2021.
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