Education Project Officer

Enfants&Developpement (E&D) is a French NGO working in the field of Child-focused Development in Vietnam since 1993. E&D is implementing a Child friendly communities and districts project in Si Ma Cai and Bac Ha districts (Lao cai province).
This position has overall responsibility of the education component of the project. Working base is in Hanoi, but monthly working time in the field (Bac Ha and Si Ma Cai) is compulsory (at least 12 days/month). This position is under the direct supervision of the Project Manager (PM). She/he will have the following responsibilities and duties:

- Organize, manage and develop the education activities aiming at building the capacity of local partners in the education field
- Under the supervision of the PM, in charge of ensuring all necessary tasks relatives to  project implementation (monthly planning and budgeting)
- Ensure effective monitoring and reporting of activities including qualitative and quantitative data.
- Provide team and partners with technical expertise to implement education activities as training for teachers on active learning methodologies, improvement of the school environment, child rights in school environment etc…
- Design and facilitate training for adults and children
- Manage a team of 2 project assistants
- Cooperate closely with other project components
- Maintain good relationship with partners and to participate in public presentations of project achievements.

- University degree on education sciences or related fields (teaching, pedagogy, child development, child rights…)
- Work experience with NGO in similar field and at similar position is necessary
- Knowledge on Child Friendly Concept
- Trainer skills
- Interest for working in Ethnic Minority area  and remote area
- Fluent written and spoken English

Send CV and motivation letter before 30th September  to:  [email protected]
E&D, Room 103, Building B3, Van Phuc Diplomatic Compound, #298 Kim Ma, Hanoi

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
Lao Cai province
Application Deadline: 
Wed, 2009-09-30