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Job position for Youth Interventions Officer (2 Positions)

Job position for Youth Interventions Officer (2 Positions)

Posted on: 14 Jun, 2024

Job Summary:

The Youth Interventions Officer will serve as an active member of the CSO program team for the implementation of ACHIEVE. This position will lead the implementation of DREAMS and Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) preventive activities and any other youth HIV prevention activities in the respective Council under the ACHIEVE Project. 

Roles and Responsibilities:

Oversee Assistant Youth Interventions officers and provide overall leadership for DREAMS
        and OVC Preventive activities.
Work closely with ACHIEVE Youth Interventions officer (Cluster/Zone Office), Local Government Authorities (LGAs), and school heads          to ensure DREAMS and OVC Preventive interventions are well understood and supported
Provide technical support and guidance to Assistant Youth intervention Officers to ensure they all have the required tools and skills to          support the implementation of interventions including conducting coordinated monitoring of activities.
Provide continuous supportive supervision and assist Assistant Youth intervention Officers to provide technical support to HURU                  teachers, mentors, and CIBIM Coaches to ensure quality delivery of DREAMS and OVC preventive services to Adolescent Girls and                Young Women (AGYW) and Boys enrolled in the project
Conduct verification visits to schools implementing DREAMS and OVC Preventive interventions to ensure quality delivery and address          technical gaps to teachers through mentorship and coaching.
Work with the ACHIEVE Youth Intervention Officer and Master Trainers to facilitate necessitated training for HURU teachers,                      Coaches, and Mentors.
Organize and facilitate monthly meetings with CBIM coaches and No Means No Worldwide
        Mentors, document and share proceedings with the ACHIEVE Youth Intervention Officer
        (Cluster office)
Organize and conduct council-level joint supportive supervision visits with Pact Cluster/zone office and LGAs to monitor and learn                about the DREAMS and OVC Preventive interventions progress.
Work with CSO Case Management Officer and Case Management Coordinators to follow up on services provisions to AGYW referred              for secondary package services and those enrolled to comprehensive package services.
Work with Assistant Youth Intervention Officers, Project Manager, and Pact Cluster Office to develop activities implementation                  schedule and monitor its implementation progress.
Conduct thorough review and verification of DREAMS and OVC Preventive items (procured by Pact) and delivered to CSO,                            communicate with Project Manager Issues related to receive consignments
Collect and document lessons learned, best practices, and success stories related to DREAMS and OVC preventive interventions for                experience sharing with Pact, LGAs, and other stakeholders.
Monitor data entry exercise to ensure all collected beneficiaries’ information (enrolment forms) and sessions (HURU, CBIM and No                Means No Worldwide sessions, financial literacy, Furaha, distribution forms) also pre and post-test have been entered into the system          i.e., Comm care and DHIS2
Prepare and share regular activities implementation updates and reports (weekly, Monthly, and quarterly)
Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Project Manager.


Bachelor’s degree in social work, Community development, or another related field At least 3 years of experience working in youth                programming and community development.
Knowledgeable in evidence-based youth programming for HIV prevention and responding to Gender Based Violence (GBV) and                    Violence Against Children (VAC) incidence (gender issues).
Positive communication and organization skills.
Self-management and Teamwork: ability to work independently and as a member of the team.
Strong Language capability in both Swahili and English

Job Application Procedure:

Please send your application letter along with the updated curriculum vitae (CV) in one document to recruitment@pasada.or.tz.
In your CV, please indicate three reputable referees. Send your application before 23rd June,2024.
The application letter should be addressed to.
Executive Director,
PASADA Tanzania,
P. O. Box 70225.
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania.

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