Job in Tanzania, Program Officer position, Musoma

November 29, 2016 by Stuffzoom

Filed under Jobs, Jobs in Tanzania

Last modified November 30, 2016

Job description
The Program Officer will be responsible for working closely with the Program Manager and Sectoral Coordinators (Health, Education, Agriculture, GROW) in keeping abreast of all important program elements, supporting coordination of program activities, and facilitating clear and effective communication both internally and externally with key stakeholders.

Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Program Officer will play an important role in supporting multiple aspects of program design, technical assistance and trainings, proposal development and program implementation and evaluation. He/she will be responsible for maintaining good relationships between PCI Tanzania and principal donor representatives (USDA), and support the MLE Manager to promote program quality efforts to ensure that PCI Tanzania closely follows all stated guidelines, requirements and programmatic feedback or recommendations. By producing high quality pictures/stories and ensuring their diffusion at appropriate levels, this person will play a critical role in representing the work of PCI Tanzania to a broad range of audiences.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

New program elements support (Education Cascade Groups) (30%)
Support the coordination and collaboration between PCI and the ECG Consultant, School-to-School, PIDF, and Hesperian Health Guides around the pilot start-up, study, and expansion of the newly formulated ECG methodology in Tanzania.
Provide a link between Programs and Logistics around the development and procurement of materials and support the process of getting approval from the Tanzania Institute of Education for the modules as they are developed.
Work closely with the MLE Manager in the support of the various surveys (Positive Deviant survey, Mini-KPC Survey) and studies (longitudinal impact study) associated with this newly developed approach.


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