• Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : 1 Year Appointment
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • General professional skills: Minimum 2 years of professional experience as a Project Assistant in a humanitarian/recovery context; Previous professional experience of at least 2 years in supporting communities in the field of education; Proven track record on the responsibilities of the position; Fluency in speaking and writing English; French an asset. Context related skills, knowledge and experience Computer skills: MS Office required (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); Perfect knowledge of the local languages spoken in the South West; Experience in working with rural communities; Direct experience working with children or adolescents is strongly recommended, and experience as an educator/trainer is preferred; Background in psychosocial support and/or child protection; Training of communities and production of leaflets in local languages spoken in the South West; Ability to work with local and government partners, particularly the Ministry of Education; Ability to understand the issues related to cross-cutting themes such as gender, protection, HIV/AIDS, the environment.

Job Description:

  • Generic responsibilities Works in accordance with NRC policies, tools, manuals and guidelines; Assists in the implementation of the project in accordance with the education and psychosocial support action plan (BLP); Writes reports on the progress of support activities at the request of the supervisor or management; Ensures that documents are properly archived; Makes proposals to help improve the project; Assists in the integration of the Education programme with the other NRC competencies; Actively participate in the capacity building of teachers, facilitators and beneficiaries; Actively participate in the data collection of the education programme and BLP programme and the various feasibility studies. Specific responsibilities Assists the Education Officer in the preparation and organization of various training, workshops and sensitization on education with a particular focus on the NRC's psychosocial support program, the BLP (Better Learning Program) ; Assists the Education Officer in the activities of coaching and mentoring of teachers during the implementation of the BLP program, organizing the follow-up of meetings, assisting teachers in developing the work plan including BLP activities, psychosocial support activities and recreational activities; Supporting the Education Officer during the presentation, engagement and parent's follow-up in the BLP program; Support and be responsible for the proper collection of BLP program data (BLP teacher training, student evaluation, group discussion, etc.); Work in coordination with community leaders and relevant educational authorities; Organizes close monitoring (coaching) of the beneficiaries in their activities; Requisition the necessary materials for training and surveys; Work in close collaboration with the staffs of NRC partners and treat them with respect; Ensures the integration of gender, HIV/AIDS and protection in education activities; Have a good knowledge of the barrier measures against COVID19 and the means of mitigation of this pandemic in the school environment; Support the development of BLP activities to be implemented by distance due to covid related restrictions (radio campaign, brochure and leaflet production etc). Apply directly via the weblink below, https://ekum.fa.em2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/847


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