ABOUT THE PROJECT
AAWAZ II is a DFID funded programme in Pakistan, managed by the British Council, which will work with local communities in KP and Punjab provinces to promote the rights of children, women, youth, and other marginalised groups, to strengthen their control over their own development.
AAWAZ II Programme has four pillars and the British Council is leading on the delivery of the community pillars relating to community dialogue, awareness and social cohesion. As part of the delivery of these pillars, AAWAZ II will provide information referrals, facilitate citizen-state engagement for uptake of services and enhance capacities of local communities. In Phase I (Jan 2020- Dec. 2021) Aawaz II will work with civil society organisations to implement the community-based interventions in 22 selected districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab, setting up Aagahi Centres and Village Forums. The thematic focus of the programme is on child labour, early and forced marriage, gender-based violence (GBV) and social cohesion.
We are seeking to hire a Training Officer who will be will be responsible for delivering the AAWAZ II programme in collaboration with the Aawaz II district team.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Training Officer responsibilities include communicating with the relevant focal person at the Aawaz II Programme Management Unit (PMU) to identify and map out delivery plans for Trainings in the respective Tehsils Aawaz Aagahi Centers (AACs), and Village Forums of the District. The Training Officer will be responsible for training delivery at the District level including managing, coordinating and conducting all the District and Tehsil level training related activities with support from Aawaz II Capacity Building Partner and PMU.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
REPORTING AND LINE MANAGEMENT
The Training Officer will report to the District Manager.
This role requires a Master’s degree in business or related field of study with three years’ relevant experience in the development sector in training and capacity development of community groups and stakeholders. Experience with different projects, like management training and soft-skills development, is also essential. S/he should also be familiar with the instructors, community engagement, and ensuring the training participant receive statutory required training. The ideal candidate has experience with various training methods, including on-the-job coaching, mentorship programs and e-learning. S/he has knowledge of training methodologies, training assessment, and mentoring adult instructional and learning theory and principles, training methodologies.
Candidates meeting the above job requirements should send their latest CV with a covering letter clearly explaining their interest and addressing the key competencies for the post on firstname.lastname@example.org positively by July 06, 2020.
Sungi Development Foundation (SDF) commonly known as Sungi, a non-profit organization, registered under the Societies Act 1860, is a leading rights’ based national organization working extensively in both development and humanitarian sectors since year 1989. Led by a Board of Governors (BoG), comprising professionals with diverse educational backgrounds, Sungi is governed through set of policies that ensure transparency, accountability and effectiveness within its systems and operations.
Despite having substantial dependence on external resources, Sungi implements internally developed programs in collaboration with its stakeholders and partners. Through its community based approaches, Sungi always focuses on the development of marginalized communities. Hence, it champions in social mobilization approaches including PPA, RRA and PRA. Besides having deep roots in the northern Pakistan, Sungi has country-wide presence through its local partners and networks. Due to its sustainable approaches and long-term programs, Sungi has in-depth linkages with stakeholders and communities in both urban and rural areas of the country.