Program Intern, Kampala

Last update 2024-04-14
Expires 2024-05-14
ID #1861879207
Program Intern, Kampala
Uganda, Central Region, Kampala,
Modified September 30, 2023


Job SummaryContract Type:Sign up to view job details.As a Program Intern you will be supporting the SHE SOARS team in the implementation of the programme. You will support community engagements, sensitization events, volunteer monitoring and reporting, and ensure cost effective and transparent financial Management.Ability to analyze problems and make sound operational decisionsExcellent organizational skills and a methodological approach to programme managementGood programme management skills Budget management skillsResponsibilitiesProgramme Preparation and delivery (35%)Supported by the Assistant Programme Co-ordinator;Participate in the planning and implementation of the SHE SOARS programme components.Plan and deliver a comprehensive community sensitisation programme on SRHR and harmful gender norms that affect young people’s ability to ensure their SRHR rights in the target communitiesTake responsibility for volunteer safety and welfare, through training volunteers in Safety and welfare, risk assessment, management and reporting.Support in following up the Nakawa and Makindye division leadership in addressing existing capacity gaps on gender/youth responsive and inclusive planning, budgeting, data for decision making and SRH supportive supervision, and development of appropriate training manualsSupport in all training preparations for volunteers.Develop activity and monthly reportsParticipate in development and continuous improvement of volunteer activities and events innovatively.Partnership Development Management (15%)Ensure that key staff in Nakawa and Makindye divisions have a clear understanding of the SHE SOARS programme.Support and monitor the work of the Social Analysis and Action (SAA) Facilitators, VHTs and Intergenerational Dialogue Mentors in Kampala to ensure it is being done well.Work with research teams to ensure the effective sharing of research findings with key stakeholdersPrepare and submit quarterly reports to the leadership of Nakawa and Makindye divisions and ensure all records are updateRepresent Restless Development Uganda at meetings with government and NGO partners as requiredIdentify and establish relationships with different stakeholders including; community leaders, and health centres, and ensure a good working relationship is maintained.Volunteer Management, support and welfare 15%.Ensure that volunteers and their team leaders understand and adhere to the code of conduct.Report all volunteer and team leader incidents in line with Restless Development health & safety policies and procedures.lead support and welfare meetings with team leaders, and researchersFinancial Planning and Management (15%)Work closely with the Programme Officers and Finance unit to:Ensure that the activities you do are in line with the work plan and budgetEnsure that financial management is undertaken according to Restless Development policy and procedures Lead on generation of regular updates and reports as requiredOther (10%)Other duties as required, sometimes requiring working on weekends and holidays for which time off in lieu can be taken.

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Program intern

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