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Job Title: Project Coordinator Women Rights and Voice

Location of post: Arusha with regular travel to Monduli, Longido, Simanjiro, Kiteto and Ngorongoro districts

Organization: Established in 1997, the Pastoral Women’s Council (PWC) is a Non-Governmental Organization based in northern Tanzania, which implements local development projects in rural Ngorongoro, Longido and Monduli districts. It was founded to promote the development of pastoralist women, children and their communities through facilitating their access to education, social services and economic empowerment.

Key Responsibilities
1. Effectively and efficiently implement all project activities as per monthly and quarterly workplans.
2. Effectively implement a Monitoring, Evaluation and Accountability and Learning (MEAL) plan and regularly monitor the effective delivery of project results and impact.
3. Lead timely preparation and submission of quality donor reports on the project. This will include collection and analysis of quantitative data as well as qualitative data such as photographs, focus group discussions and case studies.
4. Work closely with like-minded CSOs and government officials at all levels to ensure effective implementation of the project and project impact.
5. Lead on sustainability of the project, including continuous fundraising and identifying lessons for scale up and learning on an annual basis.
6. Commit, communicate and emphasize child and adult safeguarding during project implementation and at all times.
7. Commit, communicate and emphasize women’s rights, voice and empowerment as well as change of negative social norms during project implementation and at all times.

Qualifications: Essential
• A university degree in community development/social work or a relevant degree
• Able to write in fluent English and report on project impacts
• Able to fluently speak in Maa, English and Swahili
• Able to work proficiently with MS word applications including word, excel, email, power-point.

Experience: Essential
• At least two year experience in project management
• Possessing demonstrable experience, skills and commitment to women’s empowerment and rights, minority and indigenous peoples rights, changing negative social norms, sustainable development, influencing, advocacy and community engagement
• Experience in working in rural communities especially pastoralist communities
• Experience and skills in Monitoring, Evaluation and Accountability and Learning (MEAL) systems, especially primary and secondary data collection, compilation and analysis

Experience: Desirable
• Experience is establishing and monitoring Safeguarding Mechanisms at community and organizational level

Application Procedure
To express your interest in the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter describing your experience and qualifications as they relate to this position. In addition, please provide details of three referees. DO NOT attach your academic certificates. All applications should be emailed to by 5pm E.A.T on Friday, 4th October 2019.

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