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New Job Opportunity DODOMA at Compassion International Tanzania – Partnership Facilitator I

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AJIRA LEO
 Compassion International

Partnership Facilitator I
locations
Tanzania
time type Full time
job requisition id R2462
** This role will be located in Dodoma Region**
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This
entry-level professional serves as a liaison to the local church and
assists in strengthening local ownership, capacity, and resources of
local church partners to minister to children and youth in their own
context. Under the guidance of his or her supervisor or more experienced
facilitators, this facilitator is responsible for nurturing
relationships with church partners that are characterized by mutual
respect, trust, and service that builds up church ministry. He or she is
learning to facilitate partner relationships through the Partner
Management core process, for improving achievement of church outcomes,
and for bringing a developmental mindset to all other aspects of the
partnership. At this level, the incumbent may still be learning and
assisting with facilitating church partnerships for his or her assigned
location and generally works under the guidance of her or his supervisor
or a more experienced facilitator.
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Responsibilities

  • Maintains
    a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for
    Jesus Christ, maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing
    with people within and outside of Compassion, and faithfully upholds
    Compassion’s ministry in prayer.
  • Acts as an advocate to raise
    the awareness of the needs of children. Understands Christ’s mandate to
    protect children. Commits to and prioritizes child protection
    considerations in all decision-making, tasks and activities across the
    ministry. Abides by all behavioral expectations in Compassion’s
    Statement of Commitment to Child Protection and Code of Conduct. Reports
    any concerns of abuse, neglect or exploitation of children through
    Compassion’s internal reporting process and appropriately supports
    responses to incidents if they occur.
  • Demonstrates a personal
    commitment to serve, respect, and empower the church according to
    principles outlined in Compassion’s ministry philosophies.
  • Church
    Maturation – Supports church ownership and capacity through a
    developmental mindset and the Partnership Management core process.
  • Supports
    partnerships with church partners to deliver on plans for child and
    youth ministry and how to best grow in capacity and maturity.
  • Assists
    with the implementation of church owned strategies that build on each
    church’s strengths to engage participation of parents and caregivers,
    children and youth in all aspects of the ministry, including program
    design, local resource mobilization, decision making, etc. Works with
    other CFT members to help churches to engage the change makers who
    influence change in children and youth, such as parents, schools, peers,
    etc.
  • Serves as Compassion’s liaison with church partners by
    engaging the support of other Church Facing Team (CFT) members and
    financial resources in ways that are consistent with a developmental
    mindset and the Partnership Principles.
  • Supports church local
    resource mobilization and sharing of resources among nearby churches.
    Points church partners to local resources, services and relationships,
    as well as opportunities to help maximize their own resources to support
    the ministry to children and youth.
  • Program Cycle – Based on
    the guidance of a more senior facilitator, assists the church partner
    throughout all phases of the Program Cycle
  • Needs Assessment –
    Mobilizes other CFT members to provide information to the church
    partners about the needs of children and youth they serve. Assists the
    church partner in gathering local information about child and youth
    needs and synthesizing external data
  • Planning – Supports church partner planning of their Child and Youth (CY) ministry.
  • Assists
    the church partner, alongside other CFT members, to develop a plan by
    helping them to identify and prioritize CY needs as well as to select
    interventions that will address the prioritized needs and challenges.
  • Helps
    local church partners to partner with other church ministry leaders,
    parents/caregivers, youth and other key stakeholders in identifying
    needs, planning and implementing CY interventions.
  • Supports the
    church, with support from other CFT members, to develop an annual plan
    and budget for their chosen program interventions.
  • Implementation
    – Coordinates and mobilizes other CFT members to support church
    partners as they carry out their chosen interventions and monitor
    progress toward successful implementation.
  • Evaluation – Assists
    other CFT members in supporting the church partner through a learning
    and reflection process on effectiveness of the interventions to inform
    planning in the next cycle.
  • Coordination of CFT – Coordinates Church Facing Team (CFT) support to each church partner.
  • Utilizing
    the Facilitation Workplan, partners with other members of the CFT to
    support each church partner based on the church’s level of ownership,
    capacity and resources (maturity), the local context, needs identified
    by CFT members and National office priorities
  • As directed, creates Facilitation Workplans address individual church needs.
  • Understands
    Church’s needs and provides appropriate support for the church partner
    based on the expressed unique needs and challenges of the church.
  • Documents,
    alongside all other CFT members, the support they provide to the church
    partners. Works alongside a more senior level facilitator to follow-up
    on issues identified.
  • Cluster operations – Coordinates a low
    complexity and / or small cluster of churches while demonstrating
    responsiveness to the local context and needs of each individual church
    within the cluster.
  • Supports cluster level activities as directed.
  • Proactively seeks to foster relationships and connection within the cluster.
  • As
    directed, provides support to cluster-based collaboration and
    initiatives between local churches for the purpose of improving ministry
    to children, peer-to-peer learning, and addressing other needs in the
    families and the community.
  • Monitors the renewal of partnership
    agreements between Compassion and the Church partner for the region.
    Escalates to a more senior level facilitator for follow-up on agreements
    nearing expiration.
  • Child Protection – Supports church partner
    implementation of child protection standards. May assist with the
    implementation of church owned and contextualized child protection
    practices. Compiles relevant evidence-based resources and internal and
    external supports to aid churches in developing approaches for
    preventing abuse and promoting safe, healthy relationships with children
    and youth by the adults in their spheres of influence.
  • Supports
    timely reporting of all child protection allegations through
    Compassion’s internal reporting processes, including taking direct
    responsibility for reporting if necessary. In collaboration with child
    protection specialists and other office leadership, engages in necessary
    support work to ensure Compassion and the church partner
    comprehensively and efficiently complete internal investigations in a
    timely manner. Mobilizes Compassion and community support for follow up
    actions as needed.
  • Is accountable to the Partnership Management
    strategic process objectives in coordination with other cross-functional
    members. As directed, supports the implementation of local process
    improvements based on metrics and feedback from the church.
  • Fulfills Compassion commitments to the church, including programmatic and sponsor engagement deliverables, as directed.
  • Draws
    upon a growing knowledge in mobilization and facilitation practices to
    identify felt needs at church partners and consults with more senior
    specialists and facilitators to select and apply creative solutions as
    directed.

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Faith

  • Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Culture

  • Accountable
    for supporting, upholding, and engaging in Compassion’s core “Cultural
    Behaviors” in all internal and external communication and relationships.

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.

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Experience

  • No
    experience is required beyond the minimum education requirement No
    experience is required beyond the minimum education requirement.

Licenses and Certifications
None

*Equivalent education, training and/or certification may be substituted for experience and education shown above

Working Environment

Office – Standard Office Environment
Physical Demands

Sitting, standing, and/or walking for up to 8 hours per day
Travel Requirements
May be required to travel up to 50% of normal schedule.

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