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District Field Coordinator at World Bicycle Relief

World Bicycle Relief

Established in 2005 and headquartered in Chicago, World Bicycle Relief (WBR) mobilizes people through the Power of Bicycles and envisions a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, health services, and economic opportunity. WBR’s robust Buffalo Bicycles are a cost-effective and reliable means of overcoming the challenges posed by long distances and systemic mobility challenges in developing countries. The organization is a mission-driven, global nonprofit that manages a highly refined bicycle supply chain from design through final distribution.



Reporting to the Programme Manager.

We are looking for a suitable candidate to fill the above position.

Duties And Responsibilities

  • Assist with community sensitization and coordination with program stakeholders
  • Coordinate Implementing activity mobilizations of stakeholders
  • Assist with field level training activities, such as training of Bicycle Supervisory Committee members and Steering Committee members
  • Support the process of target school and community identification and sensitization on the programs, benefits, requirements, and selection criteria.
  • Implement project plans and activities on time, ensuring maximum positive impact on girls and boys.
  • Tracking and recording the movements of bicycles from the warehouse to selected communities
  • Oversee collection of all Monitoring & Evaluation forms from the community in support of programs
  • Assist with taking and sharing of photographs related to program activities, ensuring that all necessary photograph releases are authorized and shared
  • Support research and any other duties/responsibilities necessary for the successful implementation and functioning of world Bicycle Relief (WBR)Monitoring Evaluation activities.
  • Support the spare parts strategy for the set up of Mobilized Communities
  • Sensitize and Mobilize Mechanics Training sessions

Qualifications And Experience

  • Relevant Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Education, Economics, International Development, Public Health, Demography
  • 2-3 years experience working on social programs and research projects including data collection, supporting in-depth interviews and focus groups in local language, and entering data.
  • Valid Drivers (Class 4)/ Motorbike License and ability to travel across program district.
  • Excellent analytical/ problem-solving skills and attention to detail
  • Good command of Microsoft office programs.
  • Community Facilitation skills.
  • Effective communication skills
  • Excellent planning skills and ability to work under pressure.

Method Of Application

If you are interested, please send CVs and applications clearly marking district and country to by no later than 9th September 2022.


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