Promoter (Hygiene & Sanitation (SLTS))
Mobilize school teachers and students to declare open defecation free (ODF) school and promote the practices of proper sanitation and hygiene.
· Formation, orientation and mobilization of child clubs in the targeted schools
· Orientation of teachers, members of SMC & PTA to tack active part in the implementation of SLTS program in the schools.
· Train teachers, students, SMC members on Five Stare and other behavior change approaches and practically help them in the implementation of SLTS in the schools.
· Formation of school catchments level sanitation committee
· Development and implementation of school and community level plan of action and local level norms
· Sensitization of teacher, student SMC members, on use and operation & maintenance of WATSAN facilities in schools
· Use of IPRA tools for community sensitization to stop open defecation
· Development of social map and base line data based on monitoring indicators
· Formation and mobilization of Community Action Group(CAG) if required
· Reward and recognition of individual/schools/communities who tack active part in the implementation of school sanitation plan.
· Conduct base-line and end-line school assessment together with SLTS supervisor
· Promotion of innovative and creative activities in sanitation
· Self-monitoring and follow-up of school and community level actions.
· Develop the capacity of teachers and School Management Committees and ensure that sanitation and MHM services are provided to girls in the targeted schools in sustainable manner.
· Conduct pre-trigger, triggering and post triggering session in the targeted schools.
· Report the performed activities on monthly and quarterly base to SLTS supervisor, Regional Manager and Hygiene and Sanitation Coordinator.
Education/ Qualification and Employment Benefits
Education:High school Graduate for Female (University degree for Female is preferred) and University degree for male.
Experience: Not Necessary, but preferable if worked as hygiene Promoter in field or as a teacher
Other qualifications’ an advantage:Good communication skills, community mobilization experience in teaching, good community work, adaptation to traditional or local community, honesty and hard worker,
Languages:the applicants should be able to speak both Pashto and Dari fluency & English is Preferred
· Good training opportunities to enhance employees’ skills
· Eid bonus on both Eids (after the completion of three months service)
· 36 days of paid annual leave per year
· 10 days of paid sick leave per year
· 30 days of paid Hajj leave (after the completion of one year service)
· 90 days of paid maternity leave for female employees(after the completion of three months service)
· 5 days of paid paternity leave for male employees(after the completion of three months service)
· 15 days of public holidays per year
Procedure for submission of applications:
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a DACAAR Job Application Form along with introduction letter and CV online to email@example.com or a Hard copy to HR Department in DACAAR main office Kabul.
· Priority will be given to the local residence
· Applications without DACAAR Job Application Form will not be considered.
· Application without Indicating the Vacancy Announcement number and the title of the post applied for in the subject line will not be considered.
· Only Short-listed candidates will be contacted and called for the written test/ interview.
· The salary would be paid in AFN according to the actual exchange rate.
DACAAR is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all sections of the society. While all applicants will be strictly assessed on their individual merit, qualified women, people with disabilities and members of minority communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Kabul Office Address:
DACAAR, Main Office, Paikob-e-Naswar, Wazirabad, Kabul, Afghanistan
DACAAR is a non governmental, humanitarian organization that supports sustainable development in Afghanistan through promoting the ability of local communities to decide upon and manage their own development process. The organisation employs around 900 staff of whom 05 are expatriates. Core thematic areas are: Water, Sanitation & Hygiene; Natural Resource Management; Small Scale Enterprise Development; Women’s Empowerment.