Bachelor's Degree   Kabul, Afghanistan Full Time 1552
Date Posted:Apr 12, 2017
Reference:006GLICS
Closing Date:Apr 19, 2017
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:2
Gender:Female
Functional Area:General
Nationality:Afghan
Salary Range:Salary is negotiable
Years of Experience:3 Years
Contract Duration:Open Ended
Extension Possibility:Yes
Contract Type:Long-term
Probation Period:1 month
Required Languages:96,90,66

About Global Innovation Consultancy Services:

Global Innovations Consultancy Services (GLICS) is established by a group of professionals in 2014 with the intent to evaluate programmes, conduct studies, organize trainings, and provide accreditation services. GLICS is committed to working in partnership with the government, donors, UN agencies, academic institutes, non-governmental organisations, and private sector in delivering effective solutions through generating evidence-based information; ensuring sustainable and integrated capacity development; and granting accreditation to institutions and corporations. GLICS provides technical assistance through its in-house specialists and a database of proven international consultants.

Job Summary:

The Course Facilitator must be responsible for conducting the Tetra Tech Women Leadership Development (TT WLD) Curriculum Courses for the primary target group, facilitate learning and participation.

Skills Required:

Not available

Provinces to travel:

Skills Description:

Duties & Responsibilities:


Actively participate in the Facilitator Professional Development courses;

Implement the WLD Leadership and Management Curriculum for primary group of the project based on Course Facilitators’ Guide

Prepare materials and plans in preparation of the implementation of the WLD Curriculum for the primary target group, including lesson plans preparation

Conduct the WLD Leadership and Management Curriculum Training sessions to primary target participants;

Conduct periodical assessments to evaluate and measure the participants’ knowledge and gained skills during the training sessions; recommend necessary adjustments;

Be in constant communication with TT WLD’s/AWEC’s Course Leaders and Regional Focal Points, and seek guidance for ongoing improvement of curriculum content and delivery methodologies and tools;

Participate in any refresher courses provided the TT WLD Technical Department in Kabul as required;

Participate in the development of effective instructional and course materials;

Recommend successful participants to the TT WLD Representatives for additional opportunities within WLD or other Promote Task Orders;

Facilitate and manage the tracking process of participants’ attendance through daily TT WLD Standard Attendance Sheets;

Provide Course Leaders with weekly reports on class progress including original copy of the daily attendance sheets;

Follow up effectively on the participants’ assignments and provide them with constructive feedback;

Serve as moderators for WLD’s Knowledge Management participant portal; and facilitate participants regular access and use of this important tool and resource to augment classroom training;

Regularly communicate with participants, training host institution and other stakeholders such as Department of Women’s Affairs (DOWA);

Assist Course Leaders to prepare reports based on attendance sheets and other resources;

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul

Qualifications:


Bachelor’s degree in related field

Minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience working with women, and gender equality and gender equity development programs;

Support for, and commitment to gender equality and women empowerment and Promote project objectives;

Coaching capability to reinforce knowledge and skills gained.

Administrative, organizational, and logistics skills and detail orientation to assure accurate attendance and Monitoring & Evaluation recordkeeping;

Language proficiency in one of the national language (Dari or Pashto) relevant to the location of the Grantee and the course;

Demonstrated training experience and training delivery skills based on adult learning standard and practices;

Experience with Management and Leadership theories and planning skills;

To make sure the effective result of the program, the trainer should have the coaching capability to reinforce the gained knowledge and skills.

Demonstrated ability to flexibly deliver the course within changing programmatic conditions, including the ability to tailor training and materials for mixed-level groups;

Experience in curriculum implementation programs.

Comfort with both delivering trainings using technological aids and adjusting if those aids fail;

Ability to take direction and comfort working both independently and within a team setting;

Minimum commitment level of one year—preferably longer;

Willingness to travel periodically to receive Pre-Service Education Program (PSEP) and PSEP refresher courses;

Demonstrated training experience and training delivery skills based on adult learning standard and practices;

Demonstrated ability to deliver the course within changing programmatic conditions, including the ability to tailor training and materials for mixed-level groups;

Demonstrated ability to deliver training using technological aids and adjusting if those aids fail;

Ability to take direction and comfort working both independently and within a team setting;

Job Keywords:

Course Facilitator (CF)
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