Hope For Future Generations (HFFG) Recruitment 2020

Applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified candidates for Hope For Future Generations (HFFG) Recruitment 2020. The application deadline is March 6, 2020.


Hope for Future Generations (HFFG), a sub-recipient to WAPCAS, is implementing the CSS intervention under the WAPCAS Grant of the GF NFM II (2018-2020). As part of strengthening and expanding the Models of Hope intervention in support of the national agenda of achieving the 90-90-90 target, HFFG is looking to engage Project Officers to supervise and monitor the activities of volunteers, including MoH, that are working under the Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) Intervention.

To this end, this ToR shall serve to guide the engagement and working relationship between HFFG and Project Officers recruited in the implementation of the CSS intervention between now and December 2020.

HFFG requests applications from qualified and resourceful individuals to be engaged as Project Officers.



We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Project Officers


  • Prepare quarterly work plans and share with HFFG HQ using targets assigned for the period.
  • Develop and submit a plan for monitoring activities of Volunteers in their respective districts.
  • Assign targets and tasks to individual Volunteers
  • Supervise and monitor activities of Volunteers to ensure they are working according to plan and provide timely feedback to strengthen fieldwork
  • Organise weekly meetings with the Volunteers to assess progress of work, plan strategies to address challenges, review and clean data collected.
  • Organise logistical support and maintain stock levels of commodities and materials for Volunteers’ work.
  • Support the continuous capacity building for Volunteers.
  • Appraise the performance of each Volunteer continually and at the end of the project year.
  • Represent the WAPCAS/GF/NFM II project in all engagements, including meetings that require your presence in your respective district.
  • Liaise with ART in-charges, Data Officers, TB Coordinators and other stakeholders for effective supervision and coordination of Volunteers’ work.
  • Liaise with the District Assemblies and other stakeholders to ensure that the project’s contribution to the District’s HIV/TB response is acknowledged.
  • Prepare and submit monthly project reports and other professional documents as appropriate and promptly.
  • Document and share experiences in their respective districts.
  • Perform other duties as and when assigned.



The prospective candidates shall possess the following minimum requirements:

  • First Degree in Social Work, Sociology or a related field in Social Science.
  • A minimum of three (3) years experience in project implementation with an NGO Experience in working in the area of HIV/AIDS/TB
  • Soft skills like report writing, good interpersonal communication abilities, computer literacy, etc.


Successful Project Officers shall be posted to one of the project regions in Ghana. Prospective candidates should be ready to work in any of the following listed below;

  1. Greater Accra
  2. Ashanti
  3. Brong Ahafo
  4. Western
  5. Eastern
  6. Central
  7. Northern.

How to Apply

Hard copies of applications should be sent to:

Attn: Project Officer

The Executive Director

Hope for Future Generations (HFFG)

Odotei Tsui Loop, Dzorwulu Adjacent Ghana Refugee Board

Or send soft copies to

[email protected]

with “Project Officer” as the subject.

Closing date for submission: 5th March 2020 by 5:00 pm prompt

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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