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Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) consultant/team of consultants to support the end-of-project evaluation of the Accelerating Efforts to End Child Marriage project.
The Specialist for IDELA Communications will lead the operation and growth of the IDELA website and be a public face for the IDELA brand globally. You will advance the uptake of IDELA and further Save the Children’s efforts to disseminate information and increase learning on Early Childhood Care and Development. You will work in close collaboration with the Advisor for Learning, Evaluation, and Research, as well as others on the Save the Children Research and ECCD Teams
The Director, Learning Outcomes, will lead a team of experts in education and school health and nutrition working to improve well-being and learning outcomes for primary school age children. This position will lead development of technical approaches that improve access and learning for disadvantaged and marginalized learners, with a focus on literacy, math and social-emotional learning.
INEE is seeking a Consultant - Decolonising Education in Emergencies. This consultancy is intended to serve as an inception phase for INEE’s decolonising EiE and anti-racism work.
We are seeking an experienced researcher to deliver the outputs described below, which are part of the project titled Networked Improvement Communities (NIC) for School Leaders Towards Equity and Inclusion Project. The research consultant would contribute to the project’s research activities remotely from their home base, being in contact with CW4WAfghan team members in Afghanistan and Canada. The Consultant would be expected to work between 40 and 65 days over the 12-month project period, beginning in September or October 2021.
NRC in Venezuela is looking for an Education Specialist to join the Country Office in Caracas. The Specialist is a new role within the structure and provides an exiting opportunity to shape and drive the Education Core Competency and Strategy in Venezuela. In particular, this role has a strong focus on quality assurance and providing technical support to the education team and project implementation.
UNICEF is seeking a consultant to support research focusing on generating evidence on the use of “cash-like interventions”, in particular cash grants to schools and teacher incentives, in emergency settings
Generations for Peace is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL Officer).
Th Gender consultant will support specific deliverables related to several concurrent projects on gender & education in emergencies (EiE), working closely with the Thematic Areas team to meet objectives. This is an exciting opportunity to support technical product development, member engagement & capacity building, and advocacy on gender and EiE.
The CoP will provide overall leadership, management and strategic vision to the implementation of a five year multi-million dollar USAID Equity and Inclusion in Education Activity to ensure that the program meets its targets and deliverables on-time and within budget. The COPs’ responsibilities will include strengthening the capacity of local partners, training and curriculum development, facilitating clear communication between diverse groups and promoting people-to-people activities, while ensuring an adaptive approach in the Activity’s management.
VVOB is hiring a Chief of Party for the anticipated USAID-funded Remedial Education Activity in Zambia.
World Vision Guatemala is seeking a Chief of Party for an anticipated $25 million five-year USAID-funded education project. The new program will support the Ministry of Education and other key actors to improve the quality of education services, aiming to improve the quality of life of young people, particularly indigenous people and young women.
NRC is seeking a Global Lead - Education who will be responsible for ensuring the scope, quality, and relevance of the Education programme approach within NRC. The Global Education Lead ensures continuous development and improvement within Education, including developing policy, strategy, standards, evidence and learning, innovation, generating funding, and coordinating the sharing of knowledge and expertise in relation to Education at all levels within NR
The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is recruiting an individual, team of consultants, or consulting firm with research and experience in conducting Social Network Analysis for the Distance Education ecosystem in crisis-affected countries. This consultancy requires skill sets both in distance education research as well as proficient knowledge of the education in emergencies field with an aim to map working of various network entities/ stakeholders in the distance education landscape of selected countries
INEE is seeking a consultant to review the INEE Minimum Standards with an antiracism and decolonization lens. The consultant will feed into the MS update process by developing a framework of terminology, good practices and critiques to anti-racism and decolonization that can be used as a starting point to review the current edition of the INEE MS (2010) with an antiracism and decolonization lens.
The purpose of this position is to design, manage, strengthen, and give strategic direction to the USAID Education and Resilience MEAL system. The MEAL Specialist will provide technical expertise and leadership to generate and analyze quality evidence and data through monitoring, assessments, and evaluations.
Catholic Relief Services is seeking a Project Director - Education who will be responsible for the strategic design and coordination of the activity’s components to ensure feasibility, timely and safe delivery of quality project results
Catholic Relief Services is seeking a Field Manager to provide direction, coaching and support to facilitate problem solving in achieving project goals and objectives. S/He should be responsible for making decisions that sustain the innovative, adaptability and integrative approaches in project intervention
Catholic Relief Services is seeking a Technical Coordinator who, in coordination with the Project Director, will be responsible for promoting appropriate integration, layering, and sequencing of technical interventions within the scope of this activity and should have experience managing interventions related to inclusive, distance learning, education policy reform, curriculum development, and community empowerment.
The Education Specialist will provide information about basic asthma facts, use of medications, self-management techniques and self-monitoring skills, and actions to mitigate or control environmental exposures that exacerbate asthma symptoms, consistent with clinically appropriate guidelines. The Specialist will integrate this education into existing activities such as individualized case management, immigration workshops, cultural orientations for new arrivals, wellness support groups, financial education classes, vocational ESL classes as well as job readiness trainings.
Under the direction of the Resettlement Manager, the Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) Eligibility Specialist vets potential participants for admission into the RCA cash assistance program, evaluates monthly which existing participants are still eligible for the program, and based on variables present in each case, how much their monthly benefit should be, documents eligibility reviews, closes cases out of the program and completes regular file inspection of eligibility materials.
NYU Global TIES for Children's Early Childhood Development in Emergency & Conflict initiative is seeking a full-time Project Coordinator to work directly with the Planning & Operations team of the ECDEC program to support the range of operational and administrative needs of the ECDEC projects. The Project Coordinator will also work closely with the central TIES team and liaison between the ECDEC program and larger NYU systems.
The Financial Education Specialist will work to provide financial education services, leading financial education trainings and workshops, conducting individual financial capability assessments, as well as providing case management, debt navigation and credit repair coaching, and other stabilization support services to help program participants achieve and maintain economic self-sufficiency. The Financial Education Specialist will also play an active role in providing access to consumer loans through IRC’s Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).