5 Community Development Facilitator –Education Job Vacancies – Food for the Hungry (FH)


Job Title:      Community
Development Facilitator –Education (5 Job Vacancies)

Organization: Food
for the Hungry (FH)

Duty Station:

Reports to: Sponsorship Relations Officer (SRO)


About US:

Food for the Hungry
(also known as FH) is a Christian international relief, development, and
advocacy organization with operations in more than 20 countries. Food for the
Hungry was founded in 1971 by Dr. Larry Ward. Food for the Hungry’s stated
mission for long-term development is to graduate communities of extreme poverty
within 10–15 years. The organization does this by going to some of the hardest
places with an exit strategy, empowering local leaders and walking
“together” with them, as they lead their communities into being
thriving, self-sustainable places to live.


Job Summary:  The Community Development Facilitator
–Education will be responsible for Contextualizing and aligning the Education
strategies to the requirements and/ or policies that the local government has
and to the reality of the country. Trains the staff and volunteers for the
appropriate implementation of the sectoral strategies and advise and oversee
the effective implementation and management of the Education components.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

Program Planning

Program Implementation

Sponsor-child communication

External Relations


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Education,
Development studies and Social Science.

At least four years of practical experience working in

Previous work in a refugee context is an added advantage.

Vibrant personal relationship with Christ and demonstrate
willingness to live in a ‘spiritual community

Working knowledge of implementing multi-sectoral
developmental projects

Demonstrated interpersonal and mobilization skills and
proactive problem-solving skills.

Ability to instruct and work with children, families,
volunteers and community leaders

Excellent oral and written communication skills, ability
to interpret sponsor written documents

Knowledge and sensitivity to gender equality. ethnic
minority issues in confidential situations

Good computer skills with MS Office and proven
documentation and report writing skills

Ability to learn new concepts/ideas and willingness to
work and live in a rural community environment

A valid motorcycle riding permit, including the ability to
ride and care for a motorcycle


How to Apply:

candidates should apply online at the link below.


Click Here


NB: Please
note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Consider your application
unsuccessful in case you do not hear from FH by 1st October, 2020. FHU as a
relief and development organization focuses on children, we strive to ensure
that children are kept safe in all the areas we operate.


Deadline: 24th August 2020
by 4:30pm


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