Recrutements au Sénégal

Counterpart International recrute 03 Lead Facilitators 

Counterpart International recrute 03 Lead Facilitators

Salaire / mois
Localisation Saint – Louis / Sénégal
Expiration 16 Janvier 2019
Description de l’offre


TITLE: Lead Facilitator
LOCATION: Senegal, Saint Louis
REPORTS TO: Program Manager


Counterpart International helps people build becter cives and more durable futures, community by community. We equip individuals, organizations and communities—our counterparts—to become solution creators in their own familles, communities, regfons and countries to tackle social, econoirilc, environmental, health and governance issues. In Senegal Counterpart since 2001 implements among others an integrated sc-hool feeding and nutrition project “McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition” financed by US Department of Agriculture (USDA) named Sukaabe Janngo (Children of Tomorrow) (2018 – 2 022) and a complementary project to support local food procurement entitled Transition of Food in School Canteens in Senegal (TACSS). Both projects will be implemented in the Saint-Louis region.


Counterpart international is seeking three(03) Lead Facilitators for its USDA funded McGovern-Dole Food for Education and Local Regional Procurement programs in Senegal. With support and under the direct supervision of the Monitoring & Evaluation Officer and the oversight of the Program Evaluation and Learning Manager, the Data Analyst will assist in interpreting data e.g., and turning them into information which can offer ways to improve achievements, thus affecting decisions. Gather information from various sources and interpret patterns and trends.
Assist with developing, revising, implementing, and overseeing the program’s performance management and reporting system, including updating the Performance Monitoring Pian (PMP), ensuring the accuracy and effectiveness of calculation methodologies used in the PMP, establishing data collection and management systems, coordinating with organizations, ensuring data integrity, verifying data, preparing and submitting ail required performance reports to be submitted to HQ and/or USDA in -a timely manner. The Data Analyst will also assist the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with providing technical assistance to the program partners, e.g., Host Government, Civil Society Organizations, grantees and beneficiaries as required.

This position is based in Saint Louis and open to local candidates only.


Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Supervise each month the workioad of at least 8 faciiitators in the implementation of activities at schools’ level and other beneficiary’s sites
• In collaboration with Program Manager, take the lead in planning, coordinating and monitoring facilitators’ workload/activities,
• Submit a monthly work plan to the Program Manager
• Submit monthly supervisory report to the Program Manager
• Conduct quality audits of activities at schools and other sites
• Consolidate monthly physical inventory at school store level,
• Verify at least twice a month through visit the level of implementation of activities and data collection in each school and other site in his area of responsibility {through visits, interviews
• Ensure effective data collection ln schools
• Coordinate and support facilitators during the drafting of their monthly reports
• Synchronize the collection and transmission of reports from schools and other sites in Neer area of responsibility,
Contribute to assessing the resources needed to impiement ‘the facilitators. activities
• Contribute to the preparation of monthly coordination meetings and provide leadership in monitoring field activities
• Coach facilitators and conduct relay training as needed to improve performance,
• Monitor the effectiveness of the knowledge acquired by facilitators during training and evaluate their impact on management of schools in general and canteens in particular
• Foster collaboration among components and channel technicallsectoral experts needs to facilitators to ensure effective execution of activities,
• Ensure the collection and timely transmission of monthly reports from directors by the facilitators
• Contribute to the analysis and processing of the data transmitted by the facilitators
• Perform the first review of the collected data and ensure its validity and reliability
• Provide feedback on the Implementation of monitoring and evaluation and serve as a resource persan in solving problems identified in the -field
• Participate in surveys carried out as part of the projects implemented by Counterpart International
• Assist the Commodity Officer in the writing of the monthly food inventory report.
• Carry out any other task required by the line Manager.

• Have at least a university degree (Bac + 2) plus proof of two to three years university studies in Project Monitoring and Management, Education, Health and Nutrition, Agriculture, Agribusiness, community development, Social Sciences or equivalent;
• A minimum of three (3) years of working experience in implementing community development/behavior change communication/advocacy projects and managing micro-project at the grassroots level
• Experience and skills in accurate data collection including participatory approaches, conducting interviews, administering questionnaires, editing entries and cleaning data;
• A good experience in implementing school canteen and food security capacity building projects would be an asset.
• Experience in communicating with and educating adults
• Familiarity with evaluation methods and standards, preference given USDA or USAID Evaluation Policy;
• High level of interpersonal and communication skills;
• Ability to work well in a team environment, as well as work effectively with civil society organizations, donors, project staff, and other beneficiaries;.
• Being able to work in a culturally diverse culture and mitigate conflicts;
• Demonstrate ability to be a self starter e,g., work with a minimum of supervision, exercice judgment, meet deadlines and work under pressure;
• Demonstrate capacity ta work well in a team environment;
• Strong organization skills with a problem-solving attitude;
• Be able to drive and ride a motorbike
• Must have a valid motorbike driving license
• Have a good knowledge of the area of intervention (Saint-Louis region)
• Fluency French and good knowledge in English are required.
• Fluency in Pulaar is a plus.


“Counterpart International strongly believes in equai opportunity for ail, vvithout regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, veteran’s status, age, marital status, sexual preference, clisability or any other protected personal characteristic.”

Coordonnées du recruteur pour cette offre

Individuals interested in working with Counterpart International on this project should apply at: by submitting resume and caver letter (in one file) no later Chan January, 16th 2019. Please indicate “Lead Facilitator” In the subject of the email


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