3 Fresher Saving Internal Lending Communities (SILC) Supervisor USAID Project Jobs – Action for Community Development (ACODEV)

Organization: Action for Community Development
Duty Station:  Uganda
Reports to: Household Economic Strengthening
(HES) Specialist
About US:
Action for Community Development (ACODEV) is a regional NGO
that was founded in 2003 and runs Integrated Community Development Programs in
Public Health, Human Rights, OVC support, Livelihood and Grassroots Capacity
Development programs including sub-granting for small grassroots organizations
in East and now Southern Africa region.
With funding from USAID, ACODEV, in partnership with
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) as the Prime, is implementing a 5-year
consortium Program: Sustainable Outcomes for Children and Youth (SOCY).
Job Summary:  The Saving Internal Lending Communities (SILC)
Supervisor will work with the HES Specialist to ensure quality of SILC groups
formed, developing Field agent skills and certifying them as PSPs; Overseeing
them work as PSPs and organizing them into Functional PS Networks
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Promote the project and
    PSP-SILC model to community stakeholders
  • Identify and lead the
    recruitment process of Field agents
  • Train Field agents in SILC
  • Mentor, Coach and Provide
    Feedback to Field agents to develop their Skills
  • Organize and Facilitate
    Project events with Local Leaders, agents and groups as needed
  • Ensure Quality of SILC
    groups through regular field visits and spot checks
  • Ensure Timelines and
    accuracy of agents reporting and documentation
  • Review data collection
    forms and MIS reports and take actions to improve project performance
  • Verify Stipends due to
  • Certify and Launch PSPs
  • Organize and Oversee PSPs
  • Take the lead in data
    collection and capture in SAVIX

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The USAID Project Saving
    Internal Lending Communities (SILC) Supervisor job placement must hold a
    Diploma in Development Studies, Community Development or Adult Community
  • Relevant experience
    working with savings groups an added advantage
  • Previous experience
    working with a centralized community based organization
  • Good interpersonal and
    communication skills
  • Fluency in one or more
    language of the operating area as well as English
  • Ability to ride a motor
    cycle with a valid motor cycle riding permit
How to Apply:
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should submit a letter of application
together with curriculum vitae and the Biota Form, download
, addressed to; 
The Executive Director,
Plot 98/99 Masoli 600m off Gayaza Rd,
Close to Namirembe Hill High school.
The application should address how the candidate’s
background/experience relates to the specific duties of the position applied
for. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Applicants
should therefore clearly indicate their contact telephone number(s) and/or
email address for easy contact.
Applications should be sent via email only to the following
email address; recruitment@acodevuganda.org
NB: Please only send your
application letter, CV & biodata form. Academic documents are not required
at this stage.
Deadline: 26th June 2018
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