Job Title: Nutrition Project Coordinator
The Nutrition Project Coordinator will work as part of an interdisciplinary team, under the guidance of the Senior Programme Manager. The Nutrition Project Coordinator will be based in Dodoma and will be responsible for the health and nutrition aspects of the project’s objective to improve access to and use of nutritious foods. She/he will focus primarily on maternal child health and nutrition (MCHN), targeting the first 1,000 days, with the pregnant and lactating women and children under the age of five as the primary beneficiaries.
She/he will be responsible for the selection of civil society organization (CSO) partners; the formation and training of Care Groups; and working with technical advisors to develop materials needed for Care Group and SBCC activities.
The Nutrition Project Coordinator will also work with Agriculture Project Coordinator to provide technical input for diversified household food production and consumption and nutrition-sensitive agriculture extension materials and activities. He/she will be responsible for ensuring high quality project implementation, monitoring and reporting.
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Job Title: Singida-Dodoma Senior Programme Manager
The Dodoma and Singida Senior Programme Manager will provide strategic project management and high level operational leadership to implement a solid approach to achieving measurable results by strengthening the institutional capacity of government and local CSOs working at the regional, district and community levels to develop, implement, monitor and sustain a government led multi-sectoral nutrition and the ongoing Boresha Lishe project funded by WFP and upcoming health programs.
S/he will also work closely to support the government of Tanzania and local NGOs working at the district to ensure mutual accountability as per WFP/SCI agreement. The Senior Programme Manager is accountable for providing management and oversight of the implementation of all the awards in Singida/Dodoma regions and ensure LGAs are committed as per the MOUs signed with SC.
S/he will represent and advocate for Save the Children’s work and organizational priorities with a wide range of external parties including government representatives, communities, donors, UN and other development agencies operating in the area. The incumbent will be required to provide oversight and management to over 15 staff