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IRAQ COUNTRY OFFICE JOB DESCRIPTION Community Mobilizer (CM) TEAM/PROGRAMME: Programs Development and Quality GRADE: D – 6

LOCATION: Kirkuk POST TYPE: National

Child Safeguarding: Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people ROLE PURPOSE: The Community Mobilizer is a member of Save the Children’s International's (SCI) Program Quality Team in the Baghdad and Sulaimanihya Offices. Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the Community Mobilizer is responsible for:  Promoting the project in communities, recruiting and engaging youth, participating in the selection processes and supporting the trainers to register youth at the start of training sessions.  Monitoring and supporting all program activities in the field, conducting regular meetings with youth and trainers to identify issues and proposing solutions to address them.  Responsible for coordination all field activities under the Al Salam program in Baghdad/Kirkuk/Diyala (Khanaqeen) while undertaking field visits to hold community meetings, monitor good functioning of youth action groups, community projects, advocacy campaigns, and quality of trainings delivered, as well as maintain regular contacts with community leaders. The Community Mobilizer will ensure that project activities are consistent with Save the Children’s programming principles and approaches, draw on relevant best practices and lessons learned, enable children to attain their rights and are compliant with donor regulations. SCOPE OF ROLE: Reports to: Program Coordinator Staff directly reporting to this post: Trainers and facilitators KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: Program Implementation  Build capacity on the program’s approaches and expected results through active participation in staff training and orientation as well as full engagement in the program’s processes.  Ensure the implementation of agreed plans at the field level to achieve quality results on time.  Mobilize communities (leaders, parents, etc.) and train local leaders in positive engagement in raising community and authority’s awareness about youth issues and how to address them; disseminate information about the project to promote community support  Hold regular meetings with project stakeholders, including DOYS (Department of Youth and Sports), as well as governorate and municipal councils in each of the target areas, partner local NGOs, community leaders & centers and other organizations serving youth to familiarize them with the projects and its objectives and engage them in the recruitment process.  Participate in the recruitment of youth as per project selection criteria.  Support the facilitators to register, gather information from and maintain regular attendance sheets for youth participating in the training.  Conduct regular monitoring visits to training sessions; monitor the quality of the sessions to ensure active, appropriate participation of both young women and young men and to ensure that the program’s approaches are being correctly implemented.  Provide back-up support for trainers especially in terms of problem solving and referral of youth with potential additional needs.  Support youth throughout the implementation of community projects, as well as youth lead initiatives on peace building, co-existence and youth participation  Facilitate youth-led advocacy initiatives (audio/visual media campaigns, roundtable discussions, and social media) and support the implementation of advocacy done by local leaders  Submit a closing report for each project and include pictures within the report.  Collect data from the field in line with program indicators.  Keep proper records of field expenditures when appropriate and report on these to the Program Coordinator.

Ensure that the program is implemented in ways that are responsive to communities and youth, in line with SC’s principles, values and strategic plan and compliant with SC’s procedures.

Collaboration and Representation  Represent Save the Children in a professional manner.  Liaise with other stakeholders, including DOYS, governorate councils and district councils, and selected civil society organizations who have work experience with you; participate in relevant meetings at the district and Governorate level.  Collaboration with other Community Mobilizers in the south/north to ensure synergies and consistency in programming approaches.  Represent programming with local government, NGOs, communities and within SC as appropriate. SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice) Accountability:  Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modeling Save the Children’s values  Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved Ambition:  Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same  Widely shares their personal vision the program, engages and motivates others  Future orientated, thinks strategically Collaboration:  Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and external partners and supporters  Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength  Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to Creativity:  Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions  Willing to take disciplined risks Integrity:  Honest, encourages openness and transparency QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE  Basic education or adequate equivalent work/life experience;  Familiarity with northern/central Iraq and ability to travel to/work in all districts, including to rural communities, and work long hours;  Commitment to the mission and values of Save the Children;  Experience with youth advocacy and/or civic education programs;  Strong understanding of the situation of the youth in the community, in rural and peri-urban areas.  Demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of youth, including young women, in the

 Very good communication and interpersonal skills.  The ability to think critically and to recommend good solutions to problems.  Strong Organizational skills;  Advocacy and coordination skills;  Ability to conduct outreach at the community level;  Excellent sense of judgment, humor and patience;  Knowledge of the local language is essential; English language skill is an advantage;  Good computer skills (MS Office, including familiarity with internet). The application period closes on 2 / 10 / 2013. Applicants may submit their CVs as well as their address, telephone, number and contact information to Note: please write ( Kirkuk – Community Mobilizer ) in the subject line of your email otherwise your application will be ignored.…...

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...and Shapiro (1995). Enthalpy of Formation An enthalpy datum for reacting systems can be established by assigning arbitrarily a value of zero to the enthalpy of the stable elements at a standard reference state where the temperature is Tref = 298.15 K (25°C) and the pressure is pref , which may be 1 bar or 1 atm depending on the data source. The term stable simply means that the particular element is chemically stable. For example, at the standard state the stable forms of hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen are H2, O2, and N2 and not the monatomic H, O, and N. The molar enthalpy of a compound at the standard state equals its enthalpy of formation, symbolized o here by h f . The enthalpy of formation is the energy released or absorbed when the compound is formed from its elements, the compound and elements all being at Tref and pref . The enthalpy of formation may be determined by application of procedures from statistical thermodynamics using observed spectroscopic data. The enthalpy of formation also can be found in principle by measuring the heat transfer in a reaction in which the compound is formed from the elements. In this chapter, the superscript ° is used to denote pref . For the case of the enthalpy of formation, the reference temperature Tref is also intended by this symbol. Table 2.9 gives the values of the enthalpy of formation of various substances at 298 K and 1 atm. The molar enthalpy of a substance at a state other than the standard state is found by adding the......

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