Organization: Global Action Nepal (GAN)
Global Action Nepal (GAN) in partnership with VSO Nepal is looking for a pro-active, self- motivated and outcome oriented person for the position of Teacher Training Coordinator, based in Surkhet district for Sisters for Sisters’ Education Project-II.
Position: Teacher Training Coordinator
Job Location: Surkhet District
Salary and Benefits: As per organization policy.
Duration: One year (Extendable)
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Programme development and implementation: Work closely with International Volunteer Teacher Trainer to support the successful development and delivery of residential teacher training courses, including model school/ good performing schools visit, participant logistics and training resources and Low-cost-no cost materials. Overall responsibility for the implementation of the EDGE clubs.
Capacity Building: Lead in design and deliver workshop, trainings, seminars, meetings, coaching and short sessions to school teachers, Learning support class (LSC) facilitators, peer educators and stakeholders focusing on gender sensitivity teaching, child centred teaching methodologies, core subjects and English and Digital Education.
Lead in finance management: Maintain record of programme expenses in a standard format for settlement of advance and reimbursement, Plan budget for impending activities and communicate with supervisor for accuracy and timely release
Monitoring and Evaluation: Closely and regular monitor and provide accurate constructive feedback to each teachers, LSC facilitators and PGLs, Maintain documentation of activities performed including teachers, LSC facilitators and PGLs’ progress.
Other support: Create a self-support system within the project areas and project team, fulfil other appropriate level responsibilities as demand of the project.
Qualification and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Education or any other related discipline with at least 2-year relevant experience.
Skills and knowledge:
• Good Facilitation Skills, Development, Design and delivery of training
• knowledge of child centred pedagogies
• Able to communicate effectively in both English and Nepali
• Excellent collaboration skills
• Demonstration of excellent team working and relationship building skills
• Able to travel frequently and spend time away from base and home
• Good coordination, organisational and networking skills
• Proficiency to use MS Office
Last date to apply: July 14, 2019
HOW TO APPLY
Interested and competent candidates are requested to send their recent CV including 2 references of previous line managers and cover letter on email@example.com by July 14, 2019 (Asar 29, 2076). Interested candidates can email on firstname.lastname@example.org for job details.
Only short-listed candidates will be called for an interview. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained. Candidates form local areas/district, minority communities, caste groups and women are highly encouraged to apply.