|Date Posted:||May 16, 2017|
|Closing Date:||May 21, 2017|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableNone|
|Years of Experience:||Fresh|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
The Afghan Women Educational Centre (AWEC) was established in 1991 by Afghan women living as refugees in Pakistan. Since 2003 it has been based in Kabul and works for the promotion of rights, self-sufficiency and empowerment among Afghan women and children through education, health, peace-building and socio-economic development projects. AWEC currently has projects in Kabul, Paktiya, Balkh, Faryab, Wordak and Islamabad.
To train and supervise activities of course facilitators, and provide supportive feedback to ensure achievement of PROMOTE WLD primary target group.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Supervisory and Reporting:
Daily supervision and monitoring of the course facilitators and Jawana classes to assess the implementation process and Jawana curricula presentations, and their ability to deliver high performance learning environment;
Participation in recruitment of AWEC’s and Grantees’ course facilitators;
Filling in for CFs in case of unforeseen absence;
Provide regular feedback and advice to CFs for improving their performance, and ensuring meeting of targets;
Participate actively in trainee evaluation and assessment; and
Complete M&E format, templates, online trackers and reports as required by TT WLD M&E representatives, on a regular and timely basis.
Attend weekly planning and coordination meetings with Tetra Tech Program Manager, Provincial Manager (Program Manager, Curriculum Developer and WLD Focal Point in Kabul), and course facilitators once a week to report on progress, problems etc.; and
Revision of Course Facilitator plans, when needed.
Take part in facilitation of Pre-Service Education Program (PSEP) that will be conducted for new grantees’ staff and AWEC course facilitators;
Provide technical advice and assistance to the course facilitators in terms of content, agenda and training methodology;
Provide community-based (religious and cultural sensitivities) insights/feedback to improve the content and training methodology and make written recommendations to Tetra Tech through the AWEC focal point at the main office;
Assist curriculum specialist in arrangement of focus groups discussion and consolidate CFs’ feedback about Jawana curriculum;
Support AWEC provincial team in raising community awareness and acceptance of the PROMOTE WLD; and
Availability to travel when needed;
Communication and coordination:
Communicate issues raised by clients, host institution, and other stakeholders in a timely and effective manner;
Assist program coordinator in identifying trainees for each subsequent batch; and
Serve as moderator for the use of the WLD participant portal on its website.
Support for, and commitment to, PROMOTE’s objectives;
Demonstrated training experience and training delivery skills based on adult learning standard and practices;
Bachelors degree in related field
At least 5 years experience with leadership programs and gender-focused training, working with women, and gender-sensitive development programs;
Experience with Management and Leadership theories and planning skills;
Be familiar with advanced participatory methods (APM);
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 trainings and materials for mixed-level groups;
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;
Administrative, organizational, and logistics skills and detail orientation to assure accurate attendance and Monitoring & Evaluation recordkeeping;
Have language proficiency in one of the national language (Dari or Pashto);
Minimum commitment level of one year—preferably longer; and
Willingness to travel periodically to receive TOTs and TOT refresher courses.
Proficiency with writing reports and office packages (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)