- Salary Offer According to Salary scale
- Address Zabul with Travel
- Years of Experience 3-5 years
- Number of Vacancies: 4
- Contract Duration 5 months
- Contract Type Short Term
- Required Languages Dari, Pashto, English
- Reference UNICEF - 266403
- Gender Male/Female
- Nationality Afghan
- Possibility of Contract Extension No
- Probation Period 3 Months
- Education Bachelor’s degree
- close Date August 10, 2022
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- Monitoring of targeted public schools and UNICEF-supported Community-based Education (CBE), Accelerated Learning Program (ALP), and Girls Access to Teachers Education (GATE) classes at provincial and district levels;
- Checking whether the CBE/ALP classes are linked to nearby hub (formal) schools through regular monitoring, as determined by UNICEF Quality Assurance measures;
- Monitoring and documenting the transition of CBE & ALP classes to hub schools;
- Overseeing textbooks and Teaching Learning Materials (TLM) supply delivery to planned schools and their distribution to students by tracking supply delivery with school principals and shura and parents;
- Conducting regular visits to textbooks warehouses at the PEDs and reporting the findings;
- Monitoring teachers and students’ attendance in CBE & ALP classes;
- Conducting area assessments to ensure that CBE and ALP classes are established in areas where children have no access to public schools while reporting issues to ZOs for necessary actions;
- Assuring that School Management Shuras (SMS) have been established and are functioning;
- Performing skill needs assessment of PED academic supervision staff (when needed) and organizing required capacity development training (e.g., planning, data collection, data analysis, and monitoring/supervision and reporting);
- Monitoring UNICEF-funded school rehabilitation under SIP/Schools-reopening to ensure relevant IP is performing the activities as per agreed activities in the HPD;
- Monitoring of GATE program to ensure classes functionality, quality and attendance of students.
- Producing regular field monitoring and performance reports and sharing them with relevant Zos, CTG;
- Conducting field monitoring visits on Education in Emergency (EiE) programs/projects, as needed;
- Monitoring teachers’ salary distribution and sharing the monthly update.
- Conducting UNICEF education-related campaigns such as World Girls Child Day, etc.
- Maintaining and updating CBE data (as per UNICEF template) on monthly basis;
- Monitoring girls’ schools’ facilities (e.g., sanitation, safe drinking water, boundary walls) and sharing report findings; and
- Performing any other duties assigned by UNICEF ZOs and ACO.
- Number of CBE, ALP and GATE classes monitored, and their functionality status reported
- Number of students in CBE & ALP classes transitioned into hub-schools
- % of TLM materials delivered to students
- Number of disenfranchised communities affected by emergency assessed and reported,
- Assessments conducted for newly establishing CBE and ALP classes,
- % of functional school management Shuras monitored
- Number of capacity development training conducted
- Number of field monitoring visits – in emergency affected areas – conducted and reported for action,
- monthly teachers’ salary distribution report
- CBE data updated monthly
- SF should preferably have a university degree and/or equivalent management experience.
- At least 5 years’ experience in the field of planning monitoring and evaluation.
- Have good communication skill.
- Fluent in local language (Pashto), reading & writing skill in English.
- Have working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and also capable of data entry an running pre-defined reports in Microsoft Office
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