Nutrition Monitoring Supervisors (4 Positions )
Nutrition Monitoring Supervisors (4 Positions )
Concern Worldwide is an international non-governmental humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme
poverty in the world’s poorest countries.
|Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for|
|the following positions|
|Job Title:||Nutrition Monitoring Supervisors (4 Positions )|
|Reports to:||Field Study Coordinator|
|Direct reports:||Enumerators and CHWs|
|Job Purpose:||The Cash for Improved Nutrition in Somalia (CINS) is a 2-year with the aim to|
|assess the impact of cash transfers, delivered together with behavior change|
|communication and conditional upon attending child health visits, on reducing|
|the risk of acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months. The study aims is to|
|create new evidence on effective humanitarian interventions by strengthening the|
|evidence base on the use of cash transfers to prevent under nutrition in contexts|
|of protracted displacements.|
|The CINS Research Study will be conducted amongst recipients of the Concern|
|Cash Transfer Programme in Afgoye Corridor, Banadir. The study will use|
|quantitative and qualitative methods and will probably use digital data gathering|
|(DDG) devices for recording information. The incumbent will supervise data|
|Main duties &||Main duties & Responsibilities:|
|Responsibilities:||In coordination with the Field Study Coordinator and UCL Study|
|Coordinator, develop strong familiarity with the study methodology and|
|tools to ensure proper supervision of the data collection team|
|Lead enumerators and CHWs in conducting household surveys and visits|
|in a timely and efficient manner|
|Communicate and clarify data collection methodology, tools and|
|procedures to the enumerators in the field|
|Ensure close coordination and clear communication with Field Study|
Coordinator at all times
Raise questions and report issues as they arise
Collect DDG tools from Enumerators and CHWs at the end of the day and deliver them to the field study coordinator
If manual data collection is used, help data collection team in the data entry into the central database
Answer questions from the Field Study Coordinator about errors and inconsistencies in submitted questionnaires
Ensure high level of data accuracy
Supervise CHWs to carry out IYCF, health and hygiene messages in the IDP camps.
Create Mother to Mother support groups in respective IDPs camps and ensure its continuity.
|For Cash recipients to comply on conditionality, ensure to conduct|
|community mobilization and sensitization.|
|Ensure||optimum referral||mechanism and||follow||up||for sick||and|
|malnourished children with proper referral slips.|
|Person specification:||EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:|
|Diploma in nutrition, public health, food security or any|
|Minimum of 1 years’ experience in nutrition interventions|
|and hands on experience in anthropometric measurements.|
|GENERAL COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS:|
|Verbal communications skills|
|Interpersonal communication skills|
|Knowledge on BCC majorly on IYCF.|
|Skills on community mobilization activities|
|Project Management capabilities|
|Previous quantitative and qualitative research experience|
|Experience of humanitarian programs in Somalia|
|Experience of CTP|
|Knowledge on DG|
|Disclaimer Clause||This job description is not exhaustive and may be revised by the line manager from time|
|How to Apply||Interested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should submit their|
firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Nutrition Monitoring Supervisors” by Thursday 12th July 2018.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
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