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Catholic Relief Services- CRS

4 Field Officers - Agroforestry

Yumbe, Uganda

Catholic Relief Services- CRS

4 Field Officers - Agroforestry - Hoima

Hoima, Uganda

Raising The Village

PEAL Officer - Field Coordination

Mbarara, Uganda

Catholic Relief Services- CRS

Field Officer – MEAL - Hoima

Hoima, Uganda

Catholic Relief Services- CRS

Field Officer – MEAL - Yumbe

Yumbe, Uganda

SNV Netherlands Development Organization

Livestock Advisor - Poultry And Piggery

Kampala, Uganda

SNV Netherlands Development Organization

Livestock Advisor - Goats And Sheep

Kampala, Uganda

SNV Netherlands Development Organization

Agronomy And Soil Health Advisor

Kampala, Uganda

Mercy Corps

Senior Subawards Finance Officer

Kampala, Uganda

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Target Malaria Uganda

Community Engagement Officer

Entebbe, Uganda

4 Field Officers - Agroforestry

Closing: Mar 7, 2024

5 days remaining

Published: Feb 23, 2024 (8 days ago)

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You will carry out project implementation by working directly with farmer monitors, farmer voice radio volunteers, community members, providing technical input into multiple mixed-use agroforestry systems.

coordinating various project activities and events in support of Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) work to serve the poor and vulnerable. Your service and community relations skills ensure that communities feed into and benefit from the project that consistently applies best practices and continuously works towards improving its impact.


Requirements

• High School diploma required. Bachelor’s degree a plus.

• 2 years of work experience in agroforestry.

• Additional education may substitute for some experience.

• Must have a rider’s license (Class “A”).

• Experience in monitoring agroforestry projects is an added advantage.

• Computer skills required.


Responsibilities

You will carry out project implementation by working directly with farmer monitors, farmer voice radio volunteers, community members, providing technical input into multiple mixed-use agroforestry systems.

coordinating various project activities and events in support of Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) work to serve the poor and vulnerable. Your service and community relations skills ensure that communities feed into and benefit from the project that consistently applies best practices and continuously works towards improving its impact.


Requirements

• High School diploma required. Bachelor’s degree a plus.

• 2 years of work experience in agroforestry.

• Additional education may substitute for some experience.

• Must have a rider’s license (Class “A”).

• Experience in monitoring agroforestry projects is an added advantage.

• Computer skills required.


• Support the coordination and monitoring of project activities at the field level, ensuring implementation schedules are met as per the detailed activity plan, and that adherence to systems for quality project implementation are strengthened.

• Coordinate communication and facilitate information sharing among the project team, implementing partners, and project beneficiaries at the community level to assist local partners in strengthening the community interest, involvement, and support networks.

• Train farmers about participatory resource mapping, analysis, and community visioning through awareness programs.

• Lead the effort to determine farmers' goals for managing trees, their preferred cropping systems, desired tree species, choice of commercial crops, amount of land allocated to agroforestry, and the most suitable crops for specific areas.

• Manage all community interactions related to the carbon development agreement, which includes organizing consent forms, providing ongoing support such as advocacy and communication, and establishing connections with other relevant entities.

• Supervise the hiring and training of farmer monitors. Collaborate with the District forestry officer for technical assistance, connections, and monitoring activities.

• Liaise with various community stakeholders and mobilize them to ensure full involvement of community leaders, community representatives, and local government representatives in the overall implementation and improvement of project activities.

• In coordination with the project team support capacity building events for community representatives.

• Coordinate, monitor, and report on volunteer activities.

• Compile data provided at the community level as per project requirements and contribute to the preparation of reports.

• Give technical input into farmer Voice radio program content.


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