- S/he is responsible for the collection of education data and for the overall monitoring of the education context in the assigned area and the collection of qualitative and quantitative data.S/he identifies gaps, needs and barriers in education system in the community and ensuring the quality and meaningful access to education for children.
- Conduct education monitoring activities in the area of intervention and community level using deferent quantitative and qualitative tools.
- Follow up the attendance of children in access the formal, non-formal, transportation, PTAs, education committees and other activities under the responsibility of the education team.
- Involve and contact regularly stakeholders and main partners in the area of implementation, head masters, teachers, key informant persons, volunteers, facilitators, communities, DoE, MoE staff etc.
- Use of the education monitoring tools and facilitating Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) mobilizing the communities, use of the tools: key Informant Interviews, observations, case studies etc. amongst community members, school community and other intervenients on selected topics define by the supervisors and Education Manager.
- Report to the Education Team Leader any serious education concern identified and observed within target schools, communities, children, education community etc.
- Identify individual cases with education and also protection concerns during data collection for referral to internal services or specialized agencies and partners.
- Verify collected information on education concerns/ topics as well as availability and access to services and education through direct observation of the area.
- Support the Education Team Leader in reporting qualitative and quantitative data and information.
- Support sensitization, information dissemination and training activities.
- Follow up and support the CFFM in coordination with the MEAL team.
- Previous experience in similar position with INGOs (2 years);
- University degree in Humanities and/or similar;
- Adherence to humanitarian principles and code of conduct, in line with INTERSOS’ principles, values and regulations;
- Fluency in Arabic and Kurdish;
- Good IT knowledge and computer skills (word and excel);
- Ability and willingness to travel across the assigned program areas (KRI) to carry out rapid assessment;
- Ability in analysing data and issue timely structured reports;
- Knowledge of the context and of the Education system in KRI;
- Knowledge of Child Safeguarding policy and PSEA;
- Good Knowledge of English is highly valued;
- Strong diplomatic, interpersonal, listening and communication skills;
- Ability to work in a multicultural context as a flexible and respectful team;
- Pro-activity and independency;
- Flexibility and ability to cope with stressful situations;
- Previous working experience with camp and out of camp settings with IDPs, returnees, refugees and host- communities.
- Address Erbil
- Salary Offer will be discussed in a later stage USD will be discussed in a later stage Month
- How to apply INTERSOS is an equal opportunity employer and reserves the right for everyone to apply to its vacancies without any discrimination. For those interested and who meet the required criteria, please apply below. Kindly note that: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Your resume must be uploaded in PDF format. INTERSOS is reviewing applications on a rolling basis, and we reserve the right to close the vacancy before the mentioned closing date. The preference will be given to qualified candidates from the recruitment area.