Friday, December 5, 2014

Anza - Growth for Social Entrepreneurs ,Volunteer Venture Coordinator Job Vacancy in Tanzania



Volunteer Opportunity description

Job Description

About the Volunteer Venture
Anza offer a Tanzanian Volunteer Venture to UK and Canadian based university students.The Volunteer Ventures are 2-4 week building projects in rural schools in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania, ru
nning throughout the summer months (June-September). The projects for 2015 will focus on building new toilet blocks and classrooms. We also aim to provide the schools we work in with an income generation project, such as a vegetable garden, chicken coops or a tree nursery.
Role Summary
We are seeking a Volunteer Venture Coordinator to supervise our student groups in the field, and to support the planning of the Volunteer Venture before their arrival. You will be working alongside a building projects manager and local team, and under the supervision of the Student Ambassador Manager. This role is ideally suited to an outgoing candidate seeking experience in volunteer management, with a passion for providing fantastic, immersive experiences for international volunteers.
You will be responsible for:
  • Coordinating with SA Manager to plan programme itineraries
  • Liaising with SA Manager to plan and carry out Volunteer Induction
  • Living and working in Moshi Rural with teams of student volunteers
  • Planning activities to integrate volunteers into life in the community
  • Day to day management of the project site and volunteer house
  • Providing material for the Anza website and social media channels
Selection Criteria
Essential:
  1. Highly organised, outgoing and resourceful
  2. Strong written and oral communication skills
  3. Strong problem-solving skills
  4. An understanding of Anza's mission and vision
  5. A willingness to get involved in the daily tasks of the building project – painting, digging, cement work etc.
  6. Commitment of 6 months
Competencies:
  1. Positive attitude and work ethic; passionate about engaging youth in development issues.
  2. Prior experience in working in the third sector/with volunteers is desired
  3. First aid knowledge desirable
  4. Knowledge of Swahili desirable
  5. Building experience is not essential
The Appointment
The post is available from April 2015 – October 2015. Groups arrive from June so the first 2 months will be spent on planning and preparing the site.
Benefits
  • Accommodation is provided for the duration - Staff house in Moshi Town and volunteer house in the field
  • All meals provided when in the field
  • Travel to and from field is covered by Anza
  • Thorough induction to Moshi and Anza
  • Regular mentoring and support from the SA manager and in-country team
  • The chance to be part of a diverse and vibrant team
  • Opportunities to progress within the organisation
  • Excellent references

How to apply

Please send CV with covering letter to ani@anza.co.com. Applications close on February 2nd 2015. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for Skype interviews after the deadline.

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