World Education, Inc. (WEI) seeks candidates for various vacancies to provide technical support to the USAID funded Waache Wasome project implemented through In-school and Out-of-school interventions in Arusha region (Karatu District Council and Arusha City Council) and Mara region (Musoma District Council, Musoma Municipal Council and Tarime District Council). Waache Wasome project is rooted in the principle of putting girls at the center of creating their own agency, while addressing the intersectional social norms and economic barriers that impinge upon their ability to remain and excel in school. The objectives of Waache Wasome project are as follows:
- Build the agency, knowledge, and protective assets of girls in secondary schools;
- Increase family commitment and capacity to invest in girls’ education;
- Foster a girl-friendly and supportive school environment;
- Provide alternative education pathways for girls who have dropped out of secondary school due to pregnancy, early marriage and/or economic hardships.
POSITION : Technical Officer (3 – Positions)
REPORT TO : Senior Education & CBV Advisor
LOCATION : Project Field Offices (Musoma, Karatu DC and Arusha City)
The Technical Officer will support implementation of Dropout Early Warning System support secondary schools in preventing dropout of students. The Technical Officer will be responsible for supporting the strengthening of school displinary system to invest in identifying student cases/problems and link with services on timely manner. The Officer shall at all times work to contribute to the Waache Wasome guiding principles in building teacher’s awareness and skills to prevent student dropout through a Dropout Early Warning System (DEWS).
At least 5+ years of experience in implementing social welfare or systems strengthening programs; experience in social welfare duties; degree or advance diploma in social work or related degrees; experience in providing quality technical assistance to government and civil society entities, especially at public secondary schools; experience in liaising effectively and managing participatory processes with a range of local government and civil society stakeholders, especially at district, ward, and village levels; able to produce quality products in English such as reports, presentations, program briefs, and case studies.
World Education Inc. offers a competitive package to selected candidates in line with salary history, academic qualifications and relevant experience. World Education, Inc. is committed to the principle of an equal opportunity employer.
Nevertheless, young, energetic and ambitious applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
Mode of Application:
Submit your application letter, resume, capacity statement, contact information and names of three references to be sent to World Education Inc. (WEI) no later than 17hrs on Wednesday the 30th September 2020. Applications, which do NOT include ALL of these elements, will NOT be considered. The application should be addressed to: The Country Director, World Education Inc. (WEI), P.O. Box. 6234, ARUSHA, TANZANIA. OR send the application through email at: email@example.com.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.