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7 Oct, 2019
7 Oct, 2019
The Flemish Association for Development Cooperation and Technical Assistance (VVOB) is a non-profit organization which contributes to the improvement of the quality of education in 8 countries around the world.
The current VVOB country programme, 2017 – 2021, is addressing school leadership and teaching for diversity to improve the quality of teaching and learning for all children. Partners are DBE, SACE, and the provincial departments of education of Free State and KwaZulu Natal.
Job Title: Programme Advisor M&E/CD
The Programme Advisor is an experienced individual with sound M&E and capacity development background. Preferably with affinity for diversity in learning, teacher development and/or educational leadership.
Together with the Education Advisor CD/M&E s/he develops and coordinates the implementation of an M&E system that facilitates the efficient planning, monitoring and evaluation of programme objectives, results and activities. (S)he actively promotes evidence-based learning within VVOB and takes part in advocacy and networking and carries out research on implementation and impact of VVOB’s programmes in South Africa.
Furthermore, s/he will support the Programme Coordinator in Pretoria who works with DBE and SACE in implementation of the national related activities. S/he reports to the Programme Manager.
Result oriented, cooperation, continuous learning and analytical and synthesizing skills, creativity, excellent verbal and written communication skills, 360° empathy, reliability, development oriented.
VVOB expects the person to start asap and the latest on January 6, 2020 for an initial period not exceeding the present programme period (12/2021).
Competitive salary depending on relevant work experience, 24 days annual leave, professional development opportunities, study support, support for tuition fee and support for medical insurance.
Supervised by the Programme Manager based in Pretoria.
Send your application by email to Wilfried Theunis ([email protected]). Deadline for applications is October 15, 2019, 5 pm.
1. CV with your id number and including name, position, telephone number and email address of 3 references,
2. A motivation letter. In your motivation letter address each of the 8 essential requirements and each of the 2 preferable requirements of the profile: list the 10 requirements and elaborate on how you fit each requirement. Max. 1.5 pages.