Fresher OVC Supervisor NGO Jobs – Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM)

Job Title:      OVC Supervisor
Organization: Reach
Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM)
Duty Station: 
Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Reach Out Mbuya
Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM), is a community faith-based Non-Governmental
Organization (NGO) funded by PEPFAR delivering a unique comprehensive model of
care, which relies heavily on community-based approaches that emphasize
community ownership. ROM’s holistic model cares for the body, mind, family and
community, empowering individuals, households and the community in all aspects
of their lives while building strong and resilient communities. Reach Out Mbuya
delivers comprehensive health care services through four clinics, multiple
mobile outreaches and public-private partnerships within Kampala, Wakiso,
Nakaseke and Luweero.
Job Summary:  The OVC Supervisor will supervise ROM Orphans
and Vulnerable Children (OVC) interventions to ensure effective realization of
department work plans and ROM goals.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Plan and
budget for OVC activities and track performance as per approved plan.
enrolment of OVC for support is in line with available budgets and timely
settle of all payments due for OVC support is done.
the fundraising drive for OVC activities and ROM at large.
Customer Focus
with community-based staff Community ART TB Treatment Supporters (CATTS),
Mother to Mother (M2M), Teenage & Adolescent Supporter (TAS) and social
workers in the assessment of the children’s vulnerability in various
with Community based staff to ensure positive children identified are enrolled
in the system, comprehensively documented and tracked for viral load
that prioritized home visits are conducted together with relevant
community-based workers as a follow up for children with high viral loads,
absenteeism in school, poor performance etc.
child protection cases are identified, handled or referred to appropriate
stakeholders for support.
Learning and Growth
activity outcomes that includes comprehensive monthly reporting and specific
OVC donor reporting as per grant agreements
appropriate OVC plan, policy and guideline reviews.
in OVC project reviews and designs.
other duty assigned by the immediate supervisor.
the vision, mission and the values of ROM.
Internal Business
technical support to the Community & Social Support Manager in ensuring
adequate and competent implementation of OVC programs at the sites and in the
community. Organize the community structures, establish and strengthen
community partnerships to support the following up of OVC and caregivers at
community level. This may include meetings, trainings, awareness campaigns plus
any other forums that support effective implementation of ROM programs.
in the monitoring and reviewing of OVC activities and ensure all relevant data
are input into the OVC data base and are updated on a regular basis.
Key Results Areas:
work plans and budgets drawn
Staff effectively performing
enrolled into the program and receiving Care
protection cases identified and handled
policies and guidelines adhered to.
with supported children and their guardians held
of VSLA managed

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any of the following fields; Social
Sciences, Education, SWSA, Development Studies, Community and Adult Education,
or Community Psychology
At least
two years of experience in OVC Social Support
knowledge required: Project Planning and Management, HIV/AIDS Counselling,
Training of Trainers
Writing skills,
Counselling skills, Communication skills, and Leadership/Management skills

Integrity, Interpersonal relations, Confidentiality
How to Apply:
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to cover letter and
CV/resume with 3 professional referees in PDF format as one document and must
not exceed 6 pages to
NB: No
need of attaching other documents at this level. Include title of Job in email
subject line.
Deadline: 24th July 2019
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