Vaga

Social Officer (m/f)

TWIGG

Twigg is recruiting a Social Officer (m/f), to be based in Balama, Mozambique.
Duties
  • Work collaboratively with Village Liaison Officers (VLO / TWG) to ensure that Host Communities remain well informed, and have input into, Project activities and social program delivery
  • Manage the complaints process to ensure all issues are managed in line with the Complaints and Grievance Procedure and escalate issues as required
  • Collect reports from VLOs to ensure activities are conducted to Twigg’s standard
  • Facilitate meetings in the community in support of Twigg’s objectives
  • Contribute to the monthly reporting process and provide situational reports to the Social Superintendent / Manager regarding key social developments
  • Coordinate and facilitate community education programs
  • Coordinate the implementation of the Local Development Plan and Livelihood Develop Program
  • Coordinate the implementation of Social Responsibility projects
  • Maintain Social performance databases current at all times
Requisites
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Community/Rural Development or related discipline
  • Minimum four years’ experience working on implementation of Livelihood Develop Program
  • Demonstrated experience and deep understanding of the traditional authority structure in Mozambique including local, provincial and central government structures
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment with respect to diversity
  • Excellent speaking, reading and writing skills (Portuguese)
  • Proficient in speaking Emakuwa (Macua) highly desirable
  • English language skills highly desirable
  • Excellent Computer skills across the Microsoft Office suite
Notes
  • Only short listed applicants will be contacted

Detalhes

  • Entidade TWIGG
  • Local
  • Categoria
  • Tags
  • Publicado 05.06.2019
  • Expira 22.06.2019
  • Partilhar vaga por email
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  • Traduzir para Português

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