Area Program Coordinator job at World Vision Uganda

World Vision Uganda

Area Program Coordinator job Post

Location:  Jobs in Uganda 2022 - 2023

Work Hours: Full-time, 08 hours per day

Salary: UGX

No. of vacancies: 01

Deadline: 16 August 2022

Hiring Organization: World Vision Uganda

Job Details:

Area Program Coordinator

To guide and facilitate Program Development, Monitoring and Implementation in an Area Development Program (ADP) in line with Program plans.

• Quality Technical programs and projects designed and effectively and efficiently implemented
• FY20 Area Plan (AOP,DIPs/cash flows/ITTs)designed and scoring 80% and approved by 31st July
• 95% of outcome indicators are achieving targets by 30th of September
• Annual report submitted with quality and scoring 80% quality scores.
• Semiannual report for AP written and scoring 80% quality performance by 30th April
• A pull out all milestone activities that lead to outputs in the AP are extracted and tracked monthly together with output targets.
• Generate a list of the MV Households and Children to inform implementation
Engagement & Advocacy
• Support Evidence based local and National level advocacy influencing polices, practices and systems/structures for sustainable development
• One Sub-county dialogue meeting in the AP conducted in line with issues generated from CVA engagements on child wellbeing issues and one report shared with PM-It takes a world
• Evidence of working with the local churches on supporting the Most Vulnerable in at least 2 issues of Ending child marriage and ending Violence in schools
• One sub county Recommitment event on the it takes a world Campaign with clear documentation in place.
• One By-law/ordinance or petition initiated/passed/followed up for implementation around CWB in the AP.
• Evidence of CSDF as an active member of the sub county TPC with quarterly reports to the PM on all TPC engagements.
• Area program engagement with other CBO’s/CSOs for child wellbeing conducted, documented and shared for advocacy and engagement on CWBO’s.
Sustainable Impact
• Mobilize Children and Empower Communities for sustainable development
• 4 Quarterly Sub County joint monitoring and discussion conducted in the AP and reports shared with the PM
• Household engagement and accountability model at a functionality rate of progressive 25% per quarter.
• 100% functionality of all initiatives (Savings, COVA, TFE, Child Development and participation centers, Energy saving stoves, and a documentation of success in each to inform programming
• 4 quarterly children’s parliament’s functional with evidence of engagement with local leaders and influencing decisions.
• One Sub County feedback meeting for the AP service providers conducted and shared with the PM for learning and improvement.
• All sub county CDPPs reviewed and approved and informing Plans
• Climate change messages shared with the communities in AP community in local language quarterly.
• Evidence of HH cluster records on key CWB and RC data updated quarterly (drying racks, latrine, bathing shelter, energy saving stove, belong to SG)
• Quarterly engagements with RC guardians on program implementation and key CWB issue status and action points shared with the PM

Urgency for Execution
• Improved timeliness and communication of Programmes information for better decision making
• 100% of all monthly activities for the TPs implemented for all the 12 months evidenced by the monthly reports.
• All outputs attaining quarterly targets of more than 90% with evidence of discussion with stakeholders.
• 12 monthly management report produced and submitted to PM by 15th of every month
• 100% Sponsorship SOIs maintained in green in the AP for 12 months
• Community assets monitoring conducted in the cluster on quarterly basis and four quarterly community assets monitoring reports shared with the PM per quarter
• Monthly Budget utilization kept within +10% variance for 12 months.

Talent Management
• Competent program teams nurtured and motivated to deliver on strategy
• 100% Performance Reviews for all Project Officers in the AP completed and submitted to PM by 20th March and 15th Sep
• Evidence of Monthly TEECAP nominations in the Ap
• Quarterly Documented evidence of Continuous capacity building for Technical Project Officers and partners to implement the National strategy and alignment to our promise.
• End of contracts completed and approved by PM at least 2 months to end of contract
• Project Officers and Sponsorship Operation Officer capacity for partnership and community engagement built with evidence of good performance in place
• Evidence of Christianity growth and practice for staff and supervisees

Learning & Application
• Effective, functional M&E , learning system established and informing programming
• Documentation of CDPCs impact in the Ap done
• Quality AP Annual /semiannual report written and submitted to support office and achieving 80% pass score.
• 100% functionality of M&E database in the AP for all projects and evidence of data validation and sharing with stakeholders in place every quarter.
• 12 success stories compiled and submitted along with the monthly report to the PM, one per month.
Systems Strengthening
• Established operating system that leverages increased yield to community through cost effective programs and resource mobilization
• The AP ensuring compliance and alignment with WV standards, policies, guidelines
• AP has risk register which is updated quarterly and the updates reported in MMR
• AP audit not registering any major audit issue that puts the cluster at unacceptable rating

• Education: A minimum of a University Degree in Social Science, Agriculture, Development Studies, Education or any relevant field.
• Post Graduate Qualification in Project Planning and Management is a Must
• Experience: At least five years’ experience facilitating community development in sectors of Health, Livelihood, Education and Child Protection.
• Experience working with local partners and District Local Governments in all sectors and Community Based Services.
• Must be willing to be based in local settings
• Technical skills:
• Ability to establish and maintain conducive collegial relations and perform effectively as a member of a team.
• Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching.
• Excellent time management and planning capacity.
Excellent planning, coordination, and reporting skills with the ability to organize a substantial workload comprised of complex, diverse tasks and responsibilities.
• Must be highly reliable and independent.
• Ability to work with minimal supervision.
• You must be able to ride a motor cycle with a clean riders’ license.
• Networking and advocacy skills
• Person of high integrity and willing to work with minimal supervision
• Proven and solid experience and excellent skills in capacity building if systems, staff, partners and others actors related to child rights governance and child protection.
• Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy in.
• Strong results oriented, with ability to challenge existing mind sets

Applicant Types Accepted:
Local Applicants Only

Application procedure

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Date Posted: 2022-08-09




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