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New Light Children Centre believes that every Child must be given a chance to live.

NEW LIGHT CHILDREN CENTER ORGANIZATION

3 Job Vacancies at NELICO

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NELICO

 

New Light Children Centre Organization (NELICO). Is a Non-profit, Non-
Governmental Organization registered under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act
No. 24 of 2002 on 28th March 2006 and awarded with registration certificate No.
00NGO/0739. NELICO currently operate in Geita Region focusing on supporting
Orphans, Most Vulnerable children and Youth by providing free legal services to the marginalized groups, direct support to MVC, Youth involvement, Health awareness, improved quality education and Psychosocial Support to women, children and people with Disability.

About the Project.

 

The KIZAZI KIPYA project, or New Generation, is working to transform the lives of vulnerable Tanzanian children and young people, particularly those affected by HIV.
This five-year project builds on years of collaboration between Pact and USAID in Tanzania that already has made a significant, measurable difference for the country’s
youth. KIZAZI KIPYA planned outcomes include better financial resources for parents
and caregivers of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), as well as improved access to health and HIV services for children and adolescents, including those who are hard to reach.
The project is working across all regions of Tanzania. Partners include the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, the Aga Khan Foundation, Railway Children Africa
, the Ifakara Health Institute and for local NGO who partner with Pact such as NELICO
has two council of Chato and Bukombe, whereby for Chato Council has 2,351 target to
perform for this instance they should serve ( 2,351 total target) Household to be served
608 and OVC 1,837.
NELICO employs competent, dynamic individuals with strong technical knowledge and public health management skills in implementing the program objectives. NELICO
is now seeking to fill the below positions for the USAID KIZAZI KIPYA project – the enclosed Job Descriptions include vacancies for the following positions:

 

1. Position: Economic Strengthening and Livelihood Officer (ESLO)
Reports to: Project Manager
Location: Bukombe District


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES


· Directly supervise Empowerment Workers (EWs) and National Peer Educators.
· Recruit and train EWs in the Village Savings and Loan Groups (VSLG) model and
oversee EWs establishing and supporting new groups and supporting inherited
VSLGs.
· Ensure that EWs provide facilitation support for VSLGs to ensure that destitute
household members (lower savings levels and interest) are able to join VSLGs.
· Ensure that VSLGs establish Community Resource Mobilization Committees to map
community resources for social protection.
· Conduct overarching mapping of economic strengthening service providers in
implementation areas.
· Work with district-level TASAF to ensure USAID Kizazi Kipya is aware of new
expansion areas.
· Ensure TASAF can refer TASAF beneficiaries to USAID Kizazi Kipya for screening
and enrolment.
· Roll out a Household Financial Literacy and Money Management curriculum to
EWs and ensure a quality roll out to VSLG members.
· Lead the creation of trade networks and learning and sharing cohorts within
industry types.
· Train EWs to roll out a self-assessment tool with mature groups; establish
relationships with pro-poor financial institutions.
· Serve as the lead for youth related activities including conducting an organizational
youth assessment, implementation action items from the assessment, ensuring
establishment and high quality support to in and out of school Teen Clubs, and
ensuring delivery of youth focused curriculums.
· Provide continuous supportive supervision to EWs to ensure quality economic
strengthening programming and to NPEs to ensure quality youth programming.
· Submit timely economic strengthening and youth updates to the Program
Coordinator for inclusion in the quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports.
· Document lessons learned and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
· Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Project Coordinator.
Required qualification, Knowledge and skills
· Education: Bachelor degree in economics, marketing or related field.
OR
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in the following fields: Public Health, Sociology,
Psychology, Social Work, Gender Studies, or Community Development.
· Experience: Minimum 3 years’ experience providing HIV testing and counseling
services including at least one year experience supervising other staff, with
demonstrated familiarity with MOH systems, tools and procedures for HIV
testing and care management.
· Able to monitor and control group’s sustainability.
· Ability to influence LGAs and the community for livelihood programs
sustainability.
· Good mobilization and facilitation skills for community-based programs with
adequate exposure to youth learning approaches.
· Preference given to those who have additional experience with communitybased
HIV programs targeting KVP.
· Excellent speaking, reading, and writing skills in English and Kiswahili
· Excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Office package

 

2. Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (M&E)
   Reports to: Project Manager
   Location: Chato District.


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES.


· Coordinate implementation and provide oversight of monitoring and evaluation
activities in the supported councils, including data collection, management, and
reporting,
· Perform simple data analyses and visualization to promote data use at all levels
· Generate and contribute to quarterly or other reports, as needed
· Support Cluster M&E staff to conduct routine internal data quality assessments
(DQAs)
· Conduct regular data monitoring site visits to caseworkers; review and provide
feedback on caseworkers performance
· Review critically reports submitted by caseworkers and perform data verification
as needed
· Set up and maintain data entry and management systems including applications
· Supervise data entry by data clerks
· Other tasks as assigned


Required qualification, Knowledge and skills


· Education: Degree, Advanced Diploma or Certificate in data management,
computer science, monitoring & evaluation, statistics, or related field;
· Required Experience: Minimum 3 years’ experience with electronic data entry
and cleaning with HIV/AIDS programs including at least one year experience
supervising other staff.
Preferred experience with programming language and database design and
development
· Demonstrated familiarity with MOHCDGEC/PEPFAR data systems including
DHIS and DATIM
· Excellent speaking, reading, and writing skills in English and Kiswahili
· Excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Office package including
Word, Excel, Power point, and Access
· Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding clients’ health status and sensitive
information contained in data sources.
· Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at informal
gatherings and entertainment centers and travel extensively to remote areas,
including islands.
· Ability to interact well with all targeted groups and peer outreach workers by
facilitating a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory, and non-stigmatizing
environment in the program, to welcome all key and vulnerable population
beneficiaries regardless of their background.

 

3. Position: Case Management Coordinator
  Reports to: Project Manager
Location: Bukombe District


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES


· Supervise Community Case Workers (CCWs) and provide continuous mentoring
and support to ensure delivery of high quality case management services.
· Disseminate and ensure adherence to case management, child protection, referral
and linkages, parenting, M&E guidance, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and
other job-aids that facilitate holistic case management at the household/community
levels.
· Ensure case management services delivered address the holistic needs of OVC and
caregivers including health, nutrition, education, protection, livelihoods, and
psycho-social well-being.
· Conduct quality step-down trainings to CCWs and facilitate monthly meetings in
the field to introduce new topics, improve quality, and reinforce guidelines and
procedures.
· Ensure CCWs complete required case management forms and case filing system is
well maintained
· Work in partnership with local government authorities as appropriate, including but
not limited to District Executive Directors, Council Health Management Teams,
District Social Welfare Officers, and ward level officials.
· Create community linkages for broader community engagement of youth and
caregivers in case management, child protection, parenting, etc.
· Assist in mapping existing community cadres (Community Health Workers, Home-
Based Care Workers, Para-Social Workers, etc.) in communities and assist
government officials to recruit and select CCWs for the National Integrated Case
Management Training for CCWs.
· Ensure that all CCWs are oriented in the Child Protection Policy and Code of
Conduct; take all cases of child abuse seriously and follow national protocols to
ensure timely reporting.
· Ensure CCWs are coordinating with local structures including health facilities and
Child Protection Committees (formerly known as Most Vulnerable Children’s
Committees).
· Assist in the development of a service directory for social services (in coordination
with the Health and HIV services Officer) in implementation areas; update the
directory at least once a year.
· Submit timely updates to the Case Management Officer for inclusion in the
quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports.
· Document lessons learned and best practices for experience sharing and replication.
· Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Case Management Officer.
Required qualification, Knowledge and skills:
· Education: Medically trained personnel with a diploma or higher including:
Nurse, MD, clinical officer, assistant medical officer. OR
· Non-medical personnel with a Bachelor’s degree or higher in the following
fields: Public Health, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Gender Studies, or
Community Development.
· Experience: Minimum 3 years’ experience providing HIV testing and counseling
services including at least one year experience supervising other staff, with
demonstrated familiarity with MOH systems, tools and procedures for HIV
testing and care management.
· Preference given to those who have additional experience with communitybased
HIV programs targeting KVP.
· Excellent speaking, reading, and writing skills in English and Kiswahili
· Excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Office package
· Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding clients’ health status and sensitive
information contained in data sources.


Mode of Application for All Vacancies:


Interested and qualified applicants should send their Application cover letter, detailed CV, Copies of relevant certificates, email and telephone contacts, names and addresses
of three referees to be forwarded via admin@nelicotz.org
You will be required to bring original certificates if you are contacted for interviews.


Contact Address
Human Resources Manager,
New Light Children Centre Organization (NELICO),
P.O. BOX 160,
GEITA.
Email: admin@nelicotz.org


Deadline for application: 23rd August 2019.


NB: Application will be served on the basis of first come first serve.
Applications after deadline date will not be considered.


NELICO is an equal Opportunity, Affirmative, Action Employer committed to
work place diversity. Therefore we accept applicants without regard to age, race,
colour, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, gender, disability, marital status,
sexual orientation, sexual preference or political affiliation in any employment
decisions.

Invitation To Tender

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TENDER NO. BMZ 18+/01/2019 10TH AUGUST 2019

 

 PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICE TO TRAIN 200 YOUNG GIRLS & MOTHERS IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND STRENGTHENING OF YOUTH SAVING AND LOAN GROUP ASSOCIATION FOR 18+EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES IN ENDING CHILD MARRIAGE PROJECT IN GEITA REGION. 

Call To Tender

 

1. New light children Centre organization (NELICO) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization registered under the Non-Governmental OrganizationsAct No. 24 of 2002 on 28th March 2006 and awarded with registration certificate No. OONGO/0739.
2. New light children Centre organization in partnership with plan international is implementing 18+ ending child marriage projects in Geita Region under the donation of Germany Corporation.
3. New light Children Centre Organization invitessealed Tenders from eligible consultants for thetender subject “Provision of consultancy service to train 200 young girls & Mothers in financial management and strengthening of youth saving and loan group association”.
4. The purpose of the training; the training aims to ensure sustainability of formedincome generating groups in the project wards of Katoro,Nyamigota and Ludete. This will enable young girls and mothers know how to control their business by managing capital, income and comply with the principles of corporate governance towards industrialization in Tanzania.
5. Interested eligible Tenderers may obtain further information from and inspect the Tendering
Documents at the offices of the Head of Procurement & Supplies located at Bomani street Plot No 153, Block K from MONDAY TO FRIDAY (BETWEEN 0800HOURS AND 1600 HOURSinclusive) except on public holidays and Sundays.
6. Enquiries can be made via email address: admin@nelicotz.org OR visit www.nelicotz.org.
7. Evaluation of bids; an evaluation will be conducted in accordance with the organizations’ procurement rules and regulations governing the biding process. However, the organization is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right not to disclose the reasons for doing so.Information relating to the examination, clarification, evaluation and comparison of bids and recommendations for the award of a contract shall not be disclosed to bidders or any other person not officially concerned with such process until the award to the successful bidder has been formally communicated. Any effort by the bidder to influence the organization’s process of bids or award decisions may result in the rejection of the bidder’s bid. To assist in evaluation, examination and comparison the committee at its discretion, ask any bidder for clarification of its bid including breakdowns and summations of quoted rates.
8. All Tenders in one original plus [Two-2 copies], properly filled in, and enclosed in plain envelopes must be delivered to the address below and marked with technical and financial specifications: 

Instruction to Tenderers

 

1. Name of Procuring Entity: NEW LIGHT CHILDREN CENTRE ORGANIZATION (NELICO)


The subject of tender “PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY   SERVICE TO TRAIN 200 YOUNG GIRLS & MOTHERS IN FINANCIAL   MANAGEMENT AND STRENGHTENINGOF YOUTH SAVING AND LOAN GROUP ASSOCIATION”.


Name and identification number of the Tender:BMZ 18+/01/2019

2. Location for trainees: NYAMIGOTA, KATORO and LUDETE
Expected   period to provide the service(s): 5   DAYS CALENDER DAYS with exception of public holidays and weekdays.
Expected   commencement date and Required finish date: as per contract

3. This invitation to tender is open to tenderers   who are duly registered by the Local Authority and relevant government   departments to handle the specified services.
Tenderers shall be required to demonstrate proven   experience/technical ability to carry out work of complexity and size   envisaged and should have appropriate available personnel, equipment,   financial strength and managerial capacity.

Bidders   should be addressed to addressee:

THE HEAD OF PROCUREMENT AND   SUPPLIES
NEW LIGHT   CHILDREN CENTRE ORGANIZATION
BOMANI STREET PLOT NO 153, BLOCK   K - GEITA
PHONE:   255752883367
FOR: MANAGING DIRECTOR-NELICO


Things   to note:


1. Completed   tenders should be submitted by hand or registered mail through
admin@nelicotz.org signed and sealed in the envelope   to the address provided above before 20th  August 2019 at NELICO office Bomani.
2. Late or incomplete   Tenders shall not be accepted.
3. Canvassing or lobbying   for the tender shall lead to automatic disqualification.


PUBLISHED ON 10TH AUGUST 2019

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NELICO

Bomani Area, Plot No. 153, Block ‘K’, P.O. Box 160, Geita, Tanzania

Tel: +255 784 940 550 - FAX: +255 282 520 502

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed