Course Facilitator- Implementing Jawana Curriculum

  Mashal University
Bachelor's Degree   Afghanistan, Kabul Full Time 1640
Date Posted:May 4, 2017
Reference:007
Closing Date:May 19, 2017
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:6
Gender:Female
Functional Area:Management
Nationality:Afghan
Salary Range:Salary is negotiable
Years of Experience:2 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Extension Possibility:Yes
Contract Type:Long-term
Probation Period:Unspecified
Required Languages:

About Mashal University:

 

پوهنتون مشعل به عنوان یک شخصیت حکمی در راستای عرضۀ خدمات اکادمیک، در سال ۱۳۸۸ به جمع خانواده تحصیلات عالی در کشور پیوست، تا از این طریق بتواند مصدر خدمت به مردم گردیده و از منابع در امتداد اهداف ملی در عرصه های علمی و اکادمیک استفاده بهینه نماید. پوهنتون مشعل برای ترویج اصولی که ملت ما در طول سالها برای آن کار کرده، تلاش می ورزد. اصولی مانند؛ آگاهی اسلامی، عدالتاجتماعی، یکپارچگی ملی، راهحلعلمی برای مشکل جامعه زندگی مسالمت آمیز بر مبنای معیار های پذیرفته شده انسانی و درک متقابل بین المللی. پوهنتون مشعل یک نهاد قانونی بوده که بر اساس مجوز رسمی وزارت تحصیلات عالی و با توجه به معیار های پذیرفته شده جهانی، فعالیت های اکادمیک و برنامه های درسی خویش را عیار ساخته است. پوهنتون مشعل در یک روند ممتد برنامه های درسی خود را بازنگری (باز نگری خودی) نموده و با توجه به نیازها در آن نوآوری میآورد، تجدید نظر برنامه ها توسط اعضای هیئت علمی پوهنحی ها نظر به نیاز های موجود صورت گرفته ضمن اینکه روی برخی از برنامه های کهنه در جلسه بورد اکادمیک تجدید نظر شده و برخی از برنامه ها نیز جدیدآ معرفی می گردند.

Job Summary:

The Course Facilitator position is a critical role for successful implementation of the Jawana curriculum for primary target groups in Kabul.
The Course Facilitators will be employed by the Mashal University and must commit to working 6 days per week for 12 hours per day during the active (Jawana implementation) and work 8 hours per day for 6 days per week during non-active periods (4 weeks in-between sessions), for an estimated period of 14 months.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Assignments and activities are likely to include some or all of the following:

The Course Facilitator shall attend and receive accreditation credentials through the Pre-Service Education Program (P-SEP).

All CF’s are required to successfully complete the PSEP training and receive Jawana certification before being allowed to implement the Jawana curriculum.

Delivering three (3), twelve (12) week sessions of the Jawana curriculum (300 participants per round (900 in total per year).

Providing recent Jawana graduates with assistance in accessing the USAID Promote Knowledge Management (KM) portal to apply for scholarships, access job opportunities, and network; and

Documenting success stories and lessons-learned, writing reports on the delivery of completed Jawana sessions, and preparing for the upcoming sessions.

Attend In-Service Education Program (I-SEP) at the end of every round for 4 weeks, 8 hours per day, 3 times per year.

Actively participate in the Facilitator Professional Development courses;

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

Prepare classroom materials and plans in preparation of the implementation of the TT WLD Curriculum for the primary target group, including but not limited to preparing daily lesson plans.

Conduct the TT 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 TT 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 TT 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 stakeholder such as Department of Women’s Affairs (DOWA);

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

File and record keeping of all Jawana documents

Reporting

Course Facilitators shall report directly to the Mashal University management and coordinate with the TT WLD Technical Department Representatives in respect of the reporting on the implementation of the Jawana Curriculum.

Job Requirement:


Bachelor’s degree in education.

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

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;

English language skills reading, writing and speaking is desirable.

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 course facilitator 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 trainings 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 if and as required;

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 trainings 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 Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul
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