Several Community Based Trainer Jobs – Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative

Job Title:   Community Based Trainers

Organization: Northern Uganda
Resilience Initiative

Duty Station: Uganda

About US:

The
Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative (NURI) is one of several development
engagements under the Denmark-Uganda Country Programme 2018-2022. The Country
Programme aims to contribute to poveity reduction through inclusive and
sustainable economic growth, promoting democracy, good governance and human
rights and support Uganda’s stabilizing role in the region.

The
main objective of NURI is enhanced resilience and equitable economic
development in supported areas of Northern Uganda, including for refugees and
refugee-hosting communities. As one of its resilience measures, NURI is
implementing Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) scheme among its
beneficiaries of the Climate Smart Agriculture (GSA) intervention. VSLA
implementation is through Community Based Trainers (CBTs) who are responsi ble
for training and supervising VSLA groups.



Job Summary:  NURI
seeks to recruit qualified, dedicated Community Based Trainers to support its
Resilience Agricultural Units (RAUs) and Implementing partners based in
Kitgum-Lamwo, Adiumani, Moyo, Nebbi, Pakwach, Zombo under AFARD and Arua
District Farmers Association (ARUDIFA) respectively to implement VSLA.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 

·       Training farmer group in
the VSLA methodology

·       Supervise, mentor and
support farmer groups in VSLA operation;

·       Ensure effective
operation of VSLA in supported farmer group;

·       Timely data collection
for all the groups.

·       Conduct household visits
for the beneficiaries to ensure that they implement the household plans
developed.

·       Assignment is expected
to run for 52 weeks.

·       CBT will submit progress
reports to the supervisor at the end of every fourth week.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       At least a certificate
in 0′ Level or its equivalent.

·       Fluency in local
languages applicable in the programme area of operation: Acholi for Kitgum,
Lamwo and Agago districts, Alurtor Nebbi, Zombo and Pakwach districts, Lugbara
for Arua, Madi for Adjumani and Moyo.

·       Ability to speak the
languages spoken in the refugee settings is a must for those applying to work
in the settlement.

·       Ability to speak, write,
read and interpret English

·       Experience in training
and monitoring and supporting VSLA groups.

·       Experience in
facilitating trainings using adult learning methodologies.

·       Experience in working
with low literacy and refugee communities.

How to Apply:

All
Interested applicants MUST visit NURI website link: http://www.nuri.ag
(Vacancies)

Click Here download and fill the
NURl Application for Employment Form to demonstrate interest in one single
document. OR visit the nearest RAU or lP office download and fill the NURI
Application for Employment Form to demonstrate interest in and submit in one
single document.

For
online applications, attach a filled Application for Employment Form and email
to recruitment@nuri.ag. Applicants MUST indicate in the subject area of the
email: The position applied for and duty station /Location.

Do
not apply for more than 1 duty station. Only duly completed application forms
will be accepted and considered for review. Do not attach any documents like
CVs and Academic documents.

Applications
shall be submitted online to Email: recruitment@nuri.ag  or hand-deliver the downloaded and filled
application form to NURI RAU offices in Kitgum, Palabek Kal, Padlbe, Patongo,
Moyo, Adjumani. Arua- ARUDIFA, Nebbi, Zombo and Pakwach— AFARD.

Disclaimer:
NURI does not require payment of any fees for job opportunities. lf you are
asked to pay a fee, please immediately report to NURI office or info@nuri.ag

Deadline: 21st
 February 2020

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