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Published: Sep 2, 2022 (29 days ago)

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JOB SUMMARY

The SOS Mother and Aunt is responsible for the care and development of the children within herSOS family. The Mother is the leader of the family and is directly responsible for the care anddevelopment of the children and ensures the effective running of the household. She fulfils the role ofa mother, providing affection and security, supporting each child according to his / her individual needsand guiding them towards self-sufficiency and independence. She shares her life with the childrenand provides the emotional security, affection and the opportunity to develop physically, mentally andspiritually. At the same time, the SOS mother is a child-care professional who cooperates with theother village co-workers in meeting the needs of the children. SOS Mother works within the frameworkof SOS Children’s Villages Organisation Standards and Child Rights Based Approach.

 Minimum O’ Level Certificate.


 Early childhood development education is an added advantage.

 2 years’ work experience in taking care of vulnerable children.

 Counselling skills

 Motherhood sympathy (kindness)

 Must have a passion to help needy children.


 Ability to Exercise Patience and Tolerance

 Conflict resolutions skills

 Age limit between 35 and 45 years


Responsibilities
JOB SUMMARY

The SOS Mother and Aunt is responsible for the care and development of the children within herSOS family. The Mother is the leader of the family and is directly responsible for the care anddevelopment of the children and ensures the effective running of the household. She fulfils the role ofa mother, providing affection and security, supporting each child according to his / her individual needsand guiding them towards self-sufficiency and independence. She shares her life with the childrenand provides the emotional security, affection and the opportunity to develop physically, mentally andspiritually. At the same time, the SOS mother is a child-care professional who cooperates with theother village co-workers in meeting the needs of the children. SOS Mother works within the frameworkof SOS Children’s Villages Organisation Standards and Child Rights Based Approach.

 Minimum O’ Level Certificate.


 Early childhood development education is an added advantage.

 2 years’ work experience in taking care of vulnerable children.

 Counselling skills

 Motherhood sympathy (kindness)

 Must have a passion to help needy children.


 Ability to Exercise Patience and Tolerance

 Conflict resolutions skills

 Age limit between 35 and 45 years


 To create a warm, loving and welcoming family home to enable the children to grow and thrive.

 To monitor the growth of children in a holistic manner while nurturing the sense of brotherhood

and sisterhood.

 To strengthen and support each child to maintain a relationship with his / her biological family

in the best interests of the child.

 To develop and monitor each child’s individual development plan and encouraging and taking

an active interest in their academic progress.

 To guide and assist the child to accomplish homework assignments.


 To attend all school meetings and maintain regular contact with teachers.


 To support each child to reach the adequate level of education that will enable him / her to be

independent according to his / her abilities.

 To spend quality time and build a stable relationship with each child, taking a personal interestin his / her physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.

 To provide a balanced and nutritious diet that enables the children to grow healthy.


 To teach children personal hygiene and provide adequate clothing.


 To seek psychosocial support to address specific life needs


 To address all issues related to behavioural change to help children develop good character.

 To guide, advice and counsel children with emotional or other difficulties.

 To provide support to each child to establish his / her own cultural and spiritual identity and tostrengthen his / her moral development.

 To identify and promote each child’s individual talents, abilities, skills, interests and creative

potential and work hand in hand with other co-workers to see that such potential is developedin each child.

 To support the child to build and maintain warm relationships with children and adults within

the community.

 To teach children in the family house practical, social and basic life skills.

 To attend to and address all issues of discipline within and outside the family home.

To report all cases related to child abuse to the Child Safeguarding Committee


 Carry out basic household tasks and maintain a high degree of safety, cleanliness and hygiene

in the home.

 To account for all funds provided for the family house.


 To prepare children for the transition process to the youth facility.


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