4 Male Engage Officer NGO Job Opportunities – CARE International

Job
Title:           
  Male Engage Officers (4 Job
Opportunities)
Organization: CARE
International
Project Name: UNFPA Women and
Youth empowerment program (WAY)
Duty Station:  Uganda
About US:
CARE International is a leading
global development and humanitarian organization. In 2014, CARE worked in 90
countries around the world, supporting 880 poverty-fighting development and
humanitarian aid projects, reaching more than 72 million people. CARE
International in Uganda (CARE) works with others to make a sustainable
improvement in the lives of the very poor, with a focus on women and girls. Our
current program focuses on women and girls’ economic rights, particularly
financial inclusion and governance of natural resources women and girls depend
upon, and on their sexual and reproductive health rights, including a life free
of violence. Our programming is guided by our core values of excellence,
accountability, respect, integrity and transparency.
About UNFPA Project:
CARE International is implementing
the Women and Youth empowerment program (WAY) in partnership with UNFPA.
Job Summary:  The Male
Engage officer will be a self-driven team player with innovative skills in
implementing role model men transformative approaches. S/he will be responsible
for training and guiding the youth volunteers and other selected community
leaders to change their perception and attitude towards positive masculinity
and women. S/he will facilitate and conduct information, Education, and
Communication (IEC) sessions and develop context friendly learning materials
within the community especially youth and their leaders. The men engage officer
will work closely with the primary and secondary school clubs, VSLA groups,
farmer groups, Village health workers, Refugee volunteers and youth groups to
promote behavioural change using the theatre for development approach and other
recreational tools. He/She will ensure coordinated planning and preparation of
weekly, monthly and quarterly partner work plans and reports on field activities
are properly drafted and timely submitted to the Initiative Manager. S/he is
responsible for writing and documenting case stories of lessons learnt,
especially on transformed male youth entrepreneurs, supported by the project.
He/She will work closely with the Initiative Manager in implementing the Male
engage components of the WAY program in the eight districts of West Nile and
Northern Uganda namely; Moyo, Adjumani, Arua, Agago, Amuru, Aleptong, Pader,
Kitgum and Lamwo.



Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
·        
The
applicant for the CARE International
Male Engage Officer job placement should preferably hold a Bachelor’s
degree in Gender Based Violence (GBV) Social Science, Social Work, Public
Health or any other related field, or relevant Post graduate qualification.
·        
Advanced
knowledge and at least five years of prove practical experience technically
supporting gender transformative approaches.
·        
Managerial
Experience and skills in effectively supervising technical specialists and
managing performance for success in technical support teams with a focus on
gender transformative approaches.  
·        
Five years
of hands on professional experience in community development work (including
working with institutions, understanding their culture, breaking taboos in
conversations, ability to discuss sensitive topics such as masculinity and
sexuality in a sensitive but direct way) with experience implementing gender
transformative programs a must.
·        
Broad knowledge
and strong skills in M&E, report writing and documentation.
How to Apply:
All applicants are encouraged
to send their application letters clearly articulating alignment with the above
profile and an updated detailed (CV) giving day time telephone contacts and
names and addresses of 3 (three) work related referees to
ugarecruitment@care.org
Deadline: 13th March 2018
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