The Assistant Project Manager will head the community engagement component within the HIV project. This includes training, implementation, and evaluation of activities, maintaining strategic partnerships with stakeholders, managing field teams, as well as consolidating findings.
- Community Outreach: Lead all field-based community engagement activities for the project, utilizing the team of community healthcare officers and facilitators to achieving project targets and goals. Includes the development of strategies and tools, implementing strategies, and maintaining stakeholder relationships.
- Research: Conduct thorough secondary research and literature review on community engagement practices, HIV, and the context of Ratodero to adapt practices for implementation of field-based activities. Contribute to tool development.
- Knowledge Management: Write reports and summaries for all project activities related to outreach, including data summaries/ analyses, presentations, donor reports, story banks, etc.
- Performance and Data Management: Utilizing the Program Associate and Field Supervisor to manage the field team via cohesive plans for community mobilization, relationship building, and data management. Responsible for consolidating findings from fieldwork to showcase outputs and impact.
- Monitoring and Evaluation: With the support of the M&E Coordinator, M&E Officer, and Program Associate, play a part in implementing the M&E framework with existing personnel and conducting field support visits and quality assurance.
- Training and Onboarding: Work with the Program Manager, Training and Learning (CEC) to train community healthcare officers, facilitators, and Field Supervisors who will use the Community Engagement approach (SALT, STAR, ToO) in their engagement activities. Facilitate training of HWs and FS with regards to Community Engagement and HIV.