Maintain positive relationships and share relevant information with community leaders and local authorities.
2.) Oversight of transportation resources (motorcycles and vehicle) and supplies (intervention materials, compound supplies) including vehicle maintenance record sheets and supply inventories.
3.) Oversight of all technical aspects of GWD eradication, including surveillance, implementation of interventions used to interrupt transmission of GWD, and staff compliance with the CGWEP operational guidelines.
4.) Development an effective relationship with residents of endemic communities to engage their active participation in the eradication of GWD, including their participation in: 1) keep residents/visitors with the disease from contaminating sources of drinking water, 2) ensure all residents always filter all drinking water, and 3) promptly report any cases of GWD in their community.
5.) Effective communication and coordination with local, county, state, and national authorities regarding the status and needs of the GWEP, particularly advocacy for the provision and or rehabilitation of safe sources of drinking water.
6.) Full time in rural remote field settings, eighty percent of time spent working within villages. Must be willing and able to walk long distances, perform effectively in a rural remote environment with limited access to resources / infrastructure, and to spend a minimum of eighty percent of time outdoors in a hot climate.
7.) Ability to work and make responsible, effective decisions in a challenging environment
TAs are supervised by the National Coordinator of the CGWEP and The Carter Center’s Country Representative.