Reports to In charge of the Women Friendly Health Space.
Collaborates with: Members of the Women Friendly Health Space (WFHS), and other project staff at CARE sub office level.
Actively contributes to other WFHS colleagues assigned tasks and the project team meetings and coordination events at provincial/sub office/field level.
KEY RESULT EXPECTED
Identify, create and facilitate age-appropriate, thematic-based lesson plans
Work as a part of a collaborative team, providing support to any specialist implementing activities.
Prepare the learning working environment by creating a welcoming space that exhibits participant's work.
Provide information around health and reproductive health that are age and culturally appropriate.
Support peer education programs and networks if applicable
Build positive relations with youth and adults to serve as a role model with respect to demeanor, communication, and behavior.
Ensure the health, safety, and well-being of participants in the program by closely supervising all activities.
Data collection and preparing monthly reports of the health education provided to the adolescents and youth Any other tasks assigned by her supervisor.
Assist in participant's enrollment, recording and submitting daily attendance records and other required documents to the program director.
Inspect daily all facilities (including shared spaces), equipment, and supplies; be sure all are accounted for and put away at the end of each day.
Demonstrate commitment to leadership development, community building, and community organizing as strategies for social change.
Maintain accurate program documentation (incident/accident/behavior reports, attendance & sign-in / sign-out sheets).
Actively participate in all aspects of professional development, including scheduled supervision, team meetings, pre-service training, and additional paid professional development training required.
Demonstrate key competencies including initiative, teamwork, cooperation, preparedness, professionalism, reliability, and a willingness to improve continuously.
Organize and participate in external special events to promote the Agency's mission and image, cultivate relationships, and generate broad support.
Other duties as assigned
At least baccalaureate degree but University degree in social science or in similar fields is preferable.
• 2 years’ experience in Youth Education with INGOs/NGOs/Government and others
• Good communication skills
Ability to travel remote areas and district.
Good relation and fame in the target community.
Good organizational skills and ability to work effectively in team
Fluency in spoken and written Dari and Pashtu is a requirement. English Language skills is a plus point
Please submit your completed CARE Standard Job application form
Applications after the closing date (12:00 AM) and without CARE Application form will not be accepted.
Please Indicate the position title, Vacancy Number in the Subject Line (Youth Educator CARE-AF-0466 Ghazni) otherwise your application will not be considered.
Please note that there is no telephonic inquiry and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted with and call for Interview.
The successful applicant will be expected to undergo a Background Check, Bridger check & Reference check and be compliant and sign up to Care Afghanistan’s Code of Conduct, PSHA (Prevention from Sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse) and other Care Afghanistan policies prior to a final offer being made.
People with Physical Disabilities and Women are highly encourage to apply.