- Attend a full course of CLTS training at the central or/and provincial level. Supervise and manage the team of CLTS facilitators (both male and female) in his/her related communities of the province 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 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 they’re 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 CHWs and establishing and training the Family Health Action Groups (FHAGs) from the mothers having children less than five years of age Conduct CLTS baseline and end-line survey Conduct community hygiene awareness and sanitary campaigns Provide technical advice to the villagers in building a sanitary latrine Facilitate visits to the target communities for the provincial and central level officials Establish a mutual and good relationships with the Community Development Councils (CDCs) and other influential leaders of the target villages Arrange and facilitate ODF verification, certification, and declaration ceremonies at the district and village level Provide the provincial WASH officer with success stories and photos from the field Reporting on regular bases Provide the provincial WASH officer with success stories and photos from the field. Field visit regularly.
Perform any other identical duty as assigned by the line supervisor.
Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (CHA) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 by a team of Afghan volunteers, registered with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. CHA is a multi-sectoral organization implementing Health & Nutrition, Education, Agriculture, Rural Development/ Social Protection, and Disaster Risk Reduction projects in different provinces of the country.
CHA currently looking for qualified candidates for the position of CLTS Supervisors Taiwara district (Ghor) Shinwari (Parwan) and Muqur ( Ghazni province to ensure the sufficient implementation of the WASH project.
- The CLTS supervisor should be a bachelor with 2 years experience or 12 classes graduated with minimum of 3 years experience in the CLTS program or social mobilization. Minimum of two years of experience working with communities Experience in hygiene and sanitation is preferred Experience in working with community and community mobilization will be given the priority Familiarity with cultures of different Afghan communities Very good interpersonal communication skills Ability to supervise personnel Ability to speak in big gatherings and interact very smoothly and politely The candidate should be very polite and patient Skills to convince others Must be able to communicate well in local language/s The candidate must have the ability to work with people of different villages
Responsible to: The CLTS supervisor is responsible to the district coordinator.
- Skills to convince others Excellent team leading Must be able to communicate well in local language/s The candidate must have the ability to work with people of different villages The skill of working in a team
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No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
3 years’ experience
CHA salary scale
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their CVs along with a cover letter to the HR Department through the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) Only those candidates who meet the qualification and requirements for the mentioned posts will be called for a written test and an interview.