Position dependent on
Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Lead, will provide technical
support and strategic guidance for the design and implementation of
evidence-based SBCC activities to improve maternal, infant, and young child
nutrition (MIYCN), in
selected regions of Tanzania for an expected USAID-funded
Cooperative Agreement. The purpose of the project will be to improve the
nutritional status of women of reproductive age, especially pregnant and
lactating women, adolescents, and children under five.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop and refine as
needed all relevant SBCC related tools and materials in close collaboration
with technical staff, stakeholders and donor.
- Strengthen the capacity of project
staff, implementing partners, stakeholders and others in implementing SBCC
interventions in the project.
- Provide overall strategic
direction for nutrition SBCC activities.
- Develop and manage the SBCC
team work plans and budgets, ensuring consistency with the Project’s strategic
direction and priorities.
- Ensure timely, quality
delivery on assigned activities, including management of budgets related to
- Contribute to and provide
inputs of annual work plan, required project reports, baseline data, tools and
indicators for monitoring and evaluation, collection / sharing of lessons
- Manage the development of
evidence-based program standards, guidance, and tools that reflect global best
practice in nutrition SBCC and promote widespread application and use of these
- Lead efforts to build
capacity in the design and implementation of sustainable, high impact, and high-quality
nutrition SBCC programs.
- In collaboration with
internal and external stakeholders, identify key gaps, best practices, and
promising new approaches for nutrition SBCC.
- Document lessons learned
related, evaluate impact and modify SBCC approaches as needed.