The Community Liaison Officer will be based in Madagascar and report to the Food, Security and Livelihood Deputy Project Manager.
The successful candidate will have;
• Minimum of diploma. A degree will be preferred
• Experience in food security and livelihood programming and community mobilization.
• Willingness and capacity to be flexible supervise and coach community volunteers.
• Excellent team, budget and project management and representation competencies
• Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Word).
• Ability to speak English and local languages; Ability to communicate, read and write in English;
• Commitment to Bread for all mission, values and policy.
• To be resident of community area of work, networks within the community.
• Previous NGO experience managing mobilization in different interventions (i.e. FSL, cash transfers, wash, Nutrition).
• Excellent DIPAT;
• Report Writing Skills;
• Valid driver’s license;
• Minimum of five years community relations/community engagement experience;
• Ability to communicate at all levels;
• Conflict resolution;
• Reliable and accountable.
Position within BFA
The Community Liaison Officer reports to the Project Team Lead and provides (functional) guidance to Community Mobilization Officers in applicable cases.
Task and Responsibilities
• Design a work plan and approaches towards rebuilding the community assets in a bid to promote early recovery.
• Regular internal and external coordination for the program at LGA level and at state level when required and also track, report and map all activities under community mobilization.
• Assist in the supervision and monitoring of the implementation of home visits of beneficiaries by community actors for follow-up of non-respondents, defaulters and potential defaulters.
• Mobilize the community for nutrition activities (detection of case, referral, follow-up). Active screening in phase one of the project and implementing passive screening in the second phase of the project.
• Building community mobilization network system within communities and follow-up implementation of activities.
• Develop the project exit strategy procedure and communicate its content to all the stake holders.
• Promote good community relationship to facilitate project acceptability and community participation in relevant activities.
• Follow up with the local traditional leaders and community volunteers to ensure compliance with the set action plans and rules for the community work.
Bread for all values its employees and offers a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. These include but are not limited to: -
• Gross monthly salary of min €3,921.00 and max € 5,967.00 - per month based on a 36-hour working week and depending on relevant years of experience.