Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

I'm a versatile and creative individual with adequate skills working in informal settings, addressing issues of Malaria, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis Prevention and Adolescents, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, With over five years experience gained working with members of personnel from diverse communities and through work. I hold a Diploma in Community Health and Development and currently pursuing a bachelor degree in Epidemiology. I'm flexible with a ready to learn mindset.

  • Life skills development
  • Reliable
  • Data collection and management
  • Solution-based interventions
  • Organized
  • Efficient under pressure
  • Referrals and networking
  • Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP)
Work History
05/2018 to 11/2019
Program Assistant Intertek Sulphur, LA,

Develop and manage budget for each project working with program manager.
Participating in data quality audit in selected health facilities.
Manage and facilitate flow of essential information among organization team members.
Ensuring that there are regular documentation of process, challenges and lessons learnt
Preparing quantitative and qualitative data analysis and interpretation and provide reports as needed
Providing technical support to program activities/ interventions in ensuring that clients get Malaria prevention comprehensive packageSupported planning and coordination of program and associated activities.

02/2018 to 03/2018
Information Education & Communication Assitant ABT Associates Inc. City, STATE,

Ensuring strengthened partnership and collaboration between sub-county partners and other like minded partners.
Coordinate all mobilization activities in four sub counties in liaison with the IEC Supervisors as per the spray/mobilization calendar.
Collecting and documenting success stories and share with the program team
Maintaining an inventory of IEC materials, received, issued and tracking their movement.
Providing Updates and Analysis of key developments in targeted thematic areas
Ensure that all risk prevention and environmental compliance measures are fully implemented.
Prepare weekly and other activity reports as directed by IEC/BCC Coordinator
Organizing and participating in community sensitization activities and ensure that minimal refusals to IRS is experienced.
Conducting quality controls and assurance checks to ascertain community mobilization is done to agreeable standards.
Participating in community surveys.

08/2012 to 12/2015
Field Officer USAID-APHIAplus Western Kenya/YWCA City, STATE,

Coordinate Behavior Change Communication (BCC) activities among the youths in the sixty-five (65) community-based Organization, (CBOs) from 10 Counties in Western Kenya Region using participatory community theatre (magnet theatre) as a communication tool.
Training 3,456 youths of community-based organizations (CBO) on various prevention strategies and life skills; these were then used to engage their communities during the weekly outreaches. This is in line with the community strategies which aim at creating community ownership
Worked closely with the Program Coordinator, technical officers and Monitoring
Evaluation Reporting and Learning (MERL) team to offer capacity building, mentorship and conduct supportive supervision and spot checks while overseeing performance of a team of lay workers supported under the program
Provide overall oversight and supportive supervision of day to day program planning, budgeting, implementation and reporting achievements in consultation with the Program Coordinator and technical coordinators to ensure reaching intervention targets
Develop clear monthly work plans based on approved quarterly project work plans with clear objectives/deliverables based on targets
Support in training, coaching and coordinating regular review meetings with intervention specific facilitators, Change Agents and Mentors while tracking progress against annual targets, and addressing issues raised in the field Participate in trainings, supervision visits, weekly and all project planning and review meetings while maintaining accurate reports to inform next steps
Liaise with the donor, key stakeholders and partners, and other implementing partners as needed Documentation of best practices, challenges and success stories

Expected in
Associate of Science: Community Health And Development
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Tech - Nairobi,

Financial Literacy, ICT & Life Skills
Issuing authority-Digital Opportunity Trust

SHUGA Facilitator
Issuing authority-HIV Free Generation (HFG)

Advocacy on New Prevention Technologies(NPT)
Issuing authority
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)

Healthy Choices Facilitator
Issuing authority-Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Peer Educator
Issuing authority-Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

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