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We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Education Senior State Facilitator
Reference Number: DUN051
The Role Reports to: The State Project Coordinator, Sokoto Field Office
The contract duration: 10 Months
- The Education senior state facilitator will ensure the effective implementation and coordination of all activities under Output 2 of the Girls Education Project Phase 3 and Educate a Child (EAC) Zamfara State according to the GEP3/EAC State work plan. More specifically, the consultant will work closely with the Education Officer responsible for GEP3/EAC in the UNICEF Sokoto Field Office and form effective professional relationships with relevant education sector stakeholders at the state level to advance GEP3 end EAC activities and results.
- The assignment will entail the effective coordination of the implementation of all activities under Output 2 of the Girls Education Project Phase 3 and Educate Child (EAC) in Zamfara State according to the state work plans and achievement of the overall results of CEP3/EAC in partnership with state education agencies.
- The activities include:
- School based teacher Development (in primary and integrated quranic schools).
- Head teacher capacity development
- Ensuring the distribution and utilization of teaching and learning materials
- Early Learning Pilot
- RANA Light
- Ensure that reports from monitoring are developed and shared timely to related stakeholders including SUBEB/SAME/LGEAs/UNICEF field office for their necessary actions (correcting gaps and building on successes);
- Facilitate the institutionalization of systems for effective and accurate data collection and analysis;
- Liaise with government and CSO/NGO partners regularly (persons/desk officers) to ensure the timely implementation of EAC activities with quality according to plan;
- Liaise with and between all, bodies and institutions involved in GEP3/EAC including local and development partners and ensure the effective pursuit of project targets;
- Collaborate with other organisations and agencies to promote inter-sectorial and integrated approach to girls’ education;
- Work with relevant desk officers to prepare proposals to support activities under this output and follow up retirements;
- Produce regular monthly report and work plan and submit them to the SPC, national Output 2 Lead, and GEP3/EAC focal person,
- Produce activity reports including training school support visit and cluster mentoring meeting reports and submit them to the SPC, national Output 2, Lead, and FO Education GEP3-/EAC focal person.
- Coordinate research related to interventions under the output
- Identify document and disseminate lessons learnt from activities under the output;
- Under the management and supervision of the state Project Coordinator and UNICEF Sokoto FO Education Officer, and national output 2 Lead, the State Output 2 Lead shall carry out the following tasks in fulfilling the expectations of this assignment:
- In collaboration with SUBEB and State COE, lead/coordinate/monitor the school improvement activities for impact and effectiveness through LCEAS, SUBEB and TDTS/TFS as planned under GEP3/EAC;
- Provide technical assistance to SAMEs/SUBEBs to improve the quality implementation of activities under the output;
- Identify capacity development needs of implementation partners, government and CSOs/NGOs and implement next steps to reduce such gaps;
- In coordination with TDTs/TFs, plan and conduct regular monitoring of interventions under the Output (identifying gaps and successes) to ensure quality of the implementation of interventions, including quality assurance activities
- Ensure systemic, accurate and updated data and information on the Output activities are collected and analysed.
- Working experiences in either the state-level education system and/or state college of education is an asset.
- Extensive knowledge of the education and social sectors in Nigeria, preferably in northern Nigeria.
- Communicates effectively, both orally and in writing, to varied audiences.
- Able to work effectively in a multicultural environment.
- Sets high standards for quality of work and consistently achieves project goals
- Demonstrates, applies and shares technical knowledge.
- Good understanding of girls’ education issues, community involvement and participation.
- Strong analytical skills using diverse and complex quantitative and qualitative data
- Strong leadership skill and drive for results.
- Must possess skills in use of Microsoft office suites.
- Advanced degree in education; social sciences or Economics.
- At least 3 years of experience and demonstrated ability in supporting capacity development work in the education sector.
- Fluency in English language and good English writing skills.
- Fluency in the language of the immediate environment.
- Experience working on gender issues.
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