Training Officer-Inclusive Education

Job Description

Title: Training Officer-Inclusive Education

Company Name: Handicap International (humanity & Inclusion) in Bangladesh

Vacancy: 02

Age: at least 18 years

Location: Cox's Bazar (Ukhia)

Salary: Tk. 62758 - 69693 (Monthly)

Experience:
∎ At least 2 years

Published: 29 Feb 2024

Requirements:

Additional Requirements:
∎ Age at least 18 years
∎ At least 2 years experience of working on the same thematic preferably in development and humanitarian context.
∎ Experienced/academically enriched in developing Accessible Educational Material (AEM).
∎ Computer knowledge (MS Office package- both in English and Bangla).
∎ Experience NGO experience in disability and education.
∎ Experience with Rohingya refugees and host communities in Ukhia and/or Teknaf Upazila.
∎ Able to work in emergency conditions.
∎ Good analyzing skills.
∎ Strong teamwork approach.
∎ Communication skills in verbal and written Bangla and English.
∎ Knowledge of disability and inclusive education.
∎ Sensitized on issues related to child protection, protection of gender-based violence, etc.
∎ Experienced in implementing inclusive education setup, preferably in the field of Emergency.
∎ Experience working in a multidisciplinary team.
∎ Knowledge of the Chittagonian / Rohingya language is a strong asset.

Responsibilities & Context:
∎ Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been working in Bangladesh since 1997, focusing on creating sustainable changes to ensure the rights and inclusion of people with disabilities in society.
∎ Operational Thematic: Livelihood, Health and Rehabilitation, Protection, Inclusion, Education, and Atlas Logistics.
∎ Number of staff: Around 342 national staff and 4 international staff.
∎ HI, is looking for Training Officer-Inclusive Education for its "Access to Education for Children with Disabilities in Rohingya Refugee Camps and Host Communities" project funded by UNICEF and "Education Cannot Wait Muti-Year Resilience Programme-II (ECW MYRP II)" project funded by ECW. Reporting to the Project Manager, the Training Officer-Inclusive Education contributes to the implementation of the mandate and the 10-year strategy of Humanity & Inclusion in the country where s/he is based. The Training Officer-Inclusive Education contributes to the implementation of his/her project, ensuring optimal quality and impact. S/he works closely with the programme technical team.
∎ Job Location: Ukhiya
∎ Line Manager: Project Manager/Sr. Project Manager
∎ Type of Contract: Fixed-term
∎ Duration of the Contract: UNICEF funded project: As early as possible to 31 March 2025 and ECW funded project: 24 February 2025
∎ Mission 1: Operational implementation
∎ Objective 1: Training and Material Development (Inclusive Education) Provide technical guidance to field-level educational facilitators (teaching staff) & non-teaching staff to address their challenges in implementing inclusive education such as classroom management, reasonable accommodations, Individual Education Plan (IEP), and harmonization among children with disabilities. Communicate with relevant partner organizations and officials for developing inclusive education plans for education facilities. Regular communication with technical staff in rehabilitation and accessibility to implement comprehensive support on specific learning needs of children with disabilities and teachers. In Coordination with STO, He or she is responsible for the modification and adjustment of learning materials appropriate for the specific type of children with disabilities. Monitor inclusive educational activities of targeted children from an expected technical outcome based on respective IEP & IRP. Participating in close collaboration with the STO on the design or update of tools and processes according to the needs. Supervising the implementation of the field tools validated by inclusive technical referent (HI). Checking the quality of learning materials/raw materials (for developing accessible educational material) purchased before receiving a delivery from the supply chain. Raising the urge for change, providing updates, and identifying improvement areas of relevant education activities according to the field requirement. Regular communication at the field level with external education actors and reporting updates to the line manager.
∎ Objective 2: Supervision and Coordination Identify technical weaknesses, challenges, and strengths of the targeted educational facilities and provide concrete solutions and capacity building to address these issues. Identify opportunities for possible internal and external coordination and notify TM. Monitoring the activities of targeted educational facilities for quality, efficiency, and appropriate response to the identified needs and reporting immediately. Supervised and on-the-job capacity building of community volunteers in the field.
∎ Objective 3: Monitoring, Documentation, and Reporting Ensure relevant breakdown of data in the documentation and event reports. Ensure the data consolidation and archiving from the very beginning of joining. Documentation of narrative case studies maintaining proper sequence of improvement stages both in photographs and videos (in excellent resolution) and including provided services of multi-disciplinary TEAM members towards a specific type of children with disabilities.
∎ Objective 4: External Coordination In coordination with TM, provide training to other external partners. Regularly participate in the meetings of local authoritative stakeholders e.g., Camp Coordination. Meetings Meeting at CiC offices, Upazila Coordination Meeting, etc. Regular communication with CiC as per need. Take lead monthly sharing on the case study, gaps, challenges, and way forwards. Participate in the capacity development sessions (both online and offline) arranged by Cox's Bazar Education Sector and disseminate the learning among TEAM members.
∎ Mission 2: Emergency Preparedness and Response Contribute to the programme's emergency preparedness initiatives, and in an emergency, adapt his/her working arrangements to contribute to an effective humanitarian response from HI.
∎ Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been working in Bangladesh since 1997, focusing on creating sustainable changes to ensure the rights and inclusion of people with disabilities in society.
∎ Operational Thematic: Livelihood, Health and Rehabilitation, Protection, Inclusion, Education, and Atlas Logistics.
∎ Number of staff: Around 342 national staff and 4 international staff.
∎ HI, is looking for Training Officer-Inclusive Education for its "Access to Education for Children with Disabilities in Rohingya Refugee Camps and Host Communities" project funded by UNICEF and "Education Cannot Wait Muti-Year Resilience Programme-II (ECW MYRP II)" project funded by ECW. Reporting to the Project Manager, the Training Officer-Inclusive Education contributes to the implementation of the mandate and the 10-year strategy of Humanity & Inclusion in the country where s/he is based. The Training Officer-Inclusive Education contributes to the implementation of his/her project, ensuring optimal quality and impact. S/he works closely with the programme technical team.
∎ Job Location: Ukhiya
∎ Line Manager: Project Manager/Sr. Project Manager
∎ Type of Contract: Fixed-term
∎ Duration of the Contract: UNICEF funded project: As early as possible to 31 March 2025 and ECW funded project: 24 February 2025
∎ Mission 1: Operational implementation
∎ Objective 1: Training and Material Development (Inclusive Education) Provide technical guidance to field-level educational facilitators (teaching staff) & non-teaching staff to address their challenges in implementing inclusive education such as classroom management, reasonable accommodations, Individual Education Plan (IEP), and harmonization among children with disabilities. Communicate with relevant partner organizations and officials for developing inclusive education plans for education facilities. Regular communication with technical staff in rehabilitation and accessibility to implement comprehensive support on specific learning needs of children with disabilities and teachers. In Coordination with STO, He or she is responsible for the modification and adjustment of learning materials appropriate for the specific type of children with disabilities. Monitor inclusive educational activities of targeted children from an expected technical outcome based on respective IEP & IRP. Participating in close collaboration with the STO on the design or update of tools and processes according to the needs. Supervising the implementation of the field tools validated by inclusive technical referent (HI). Checking the quality of learning materials/raw materials (for developing accessible educational material) purchased before receiving a delivery from the supply chain. Raising the urge for change, providing updates, and identifying improvement areas of relevant education activities according to the field requirement. Regular communication at the field level with external education actors and reporting updates to the line manager.
∎ Objective 2: Supervision and Coordination Identify technical weaknesses, challenges, and strengths of the targeted educational facilities and provide concrete solutions and capacity building to address these issues. Identify opportunities for possible internal and external coordination and notify TM. Monitoring the activities of targeted educational facilities for quality, efficiency, and appropriate response to the identified needs and reporting immediately. Supervised and on-the-job capacity building of community volunteers in the field.
∎ Objective 3: Monitoring, Documentation, and Reporting Ensure relevant breakdown of data in the documentation and event reports. Ensure the data consolidation and archiving from the very beginning of joining. Documentation of narrative case studies maintaining proper sequence of improvement stages both in photographs and videos (in excellent resolution) and including provided services of multi-disciplinary TEAM members towards a specific type of children with disabilities.
∎ Objective 4: External Coordination In coordination with TM, provide training to other external partners. Regularly participate in the meetings of local authoritative stakeholders e.g., Camp Coordination. Meetings Meeting at CiC offices, Upazila Coordination Meeting, etc. Regular communication with CiC as per need. Take lead monthly sharing on the case study, gaps, challenges, and way forwards. Participate in the capacity development sessions (both online and offline) arranged by Cox's Bazar Education Sector and disseminate the learning among TEAM members.
∎ Mission 2: Emergency Preparedness and Response Contribute to the programme's emergency preparedness initiatives, and in an emergency, adapt his/her working arrangements to contribute to an effective humanitarian response from HI.

Compensation & Other Benefits:
∎ Mobile bill, Tour allowance, Medical allowance, Provident fund, Weekly 2 holidays, Insurance, Gratuity
∎ Festival Bonus: 2
∎ Medical Coverage: Staff and dependents will get general/outpatient, hospitalization, dental, and optical medical insurance facilities as per the HI policy. Maternity Coverage: Staff and dependents will get maternity medical coverage facilities as per the HI policy. Group Life Insurance Coverage: Staff will get the death benefit, accidental benefit, permanent partial disability, permanent total disability benefit, and critical illness benefit as per the HI policy. Leave: Staff will get sick leave, annual leave, casual leave, medical leave, and event leave as per HI policy.

Workplace:
∎ Work at office

Employment Status: Full Time

Job Location: Cox's Bazar (Ukhia)

Read Before Apply:

Special Attention: "You are cordially requested not to apply if the salary range, job location, contract duration, and other terms and conditions mentioned in the advertisement does not match your expectation". Interested candidates meeting the above requirements should apply with the latest CV with 02 References (Current/Last Supervisor only) including the Head of HR of the current employer to Bdjobs.com by Wednesday, 13 March 2024. Only Bangladeshi national candidates are eligible to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion is an equal-opportunity employer. Qualified, potential, matched female candidates and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply and will be preferred in case of similar qualifications to other candidates. HI promotes and upholds the principles of equal opportunities and policies (PSEAH, Child Protection, etc.). HI has a zero-tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, a vulnerable adult or a child by any of our staff, representatives, or partners. Recruitment to all jobs in HI includes, in particular, criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references. Safeguarding our beneficiaries is our top priority in everything we do. HI is committed to a safe workplace for everyone to grow professionally regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, or race. HI extends this commitment to equality and Do No Harm to all staff, volunteers, partners, and beneficiaries. The humanitarian principles focus on equity and inclusion with a solid commitment to these values. A competitive candidate will uphold and implement these values personally and professionally. Any persuasion by the person, phone, email, or other means in this regard will automatically disqualify the candidate. The selected employee should clearly understand that all final offers of employment are contingent upon a successful reference check, the pre-employment screening will be performed for all selected applicants. Please be noted that this position will be confirmed after confirmation of the award.



Company Information:
∎ Handicap International (humanity & Inclusion) in Bangladesh
∎ House 3/A, Road 36, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
∎ Business: Handicap International (HI) is an international aid organization specializing in the field of disability. Non-governmental, non-religious, non-political, and non-profit making works alongside persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, whatever the context, assisting and supporting them in their efforts to become self-reliant. Since its creation, the organization has set up programmes in approximately 60 countries and intervened in many emergencies. It operates as a federation made up of eight associations (Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the USA) that provide human and financial resources, manage projects, and raise awareness of Handicap International`s actions and campaigns.

Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been working in Bangladesh since 1997, focusing on creating sustainable changes to ensure the rights and inclusion of people with disabilities in society. HI is an independent and impartial aid organization working in Bangladesh in poverty, exclusion, conflict, and disaster situations. With projects in different districts of the country, HI works not only with people with disabilities and other vulnerable populations but also with their families, their communities, and local humanitarian actors to respond to their essential needs, improve their living conditions, promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights, and provide sustainability in its action. As one of the key organizations in the disability sector, HI has a wide range of projects that assist in promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities and their issues in emergency and development contexts, building the capacities of local stakeholders, and reducing the impact of natural and human-made disasters. Particularly in Cox`s Bazar district, HI is providing services in rehabilitation, MH/PSS, SRH, protection, and inclusive education with an inclusion mainstreaming approach to refugees and host populations affected by the forcibly displaced undocumented Myanmar nationals. HI`s multi-sectoral mobile units (MU) and static method are currently working in 15 camps located in both Teknaf and Ukhiya Upazilas and surrounding host areas, providing comprehensive services in physical rehabilitation, primary health care, protection, and MHPSS. HI is currently implementing a development and humanitarian response project in Kurigram and Cox`s Bazar district through 3 project offices (Kurigram, Ukhiya, and Teknaf) and 2 coordination offices (Dhaka and Cox Bazar). Operational Thematic: Livelihood, Health and Rehabilitation, Protection, Inclusion, Education, and Atlas Logistics.

Presently, HI Bangladesh is implementing projects on integrating disability in community-based disaster risk reduction and response; economic empowerment of extremely poor persons with disabilities; mainstreaming disability in livelihood interventions; support to refugees and surrounding communities, capacity building of professional associations; and support to disabled people`s organizations, among others.

Address::
∎ House 3/A, Road 36, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
∎ Business: Handicap International (HI) is an international aid organization specializing in the field of disability. Non-governmental, non-religious, non-political, and non-profit making works alongside persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, whatever the context, assisting and supporting them in their efforts to become self-reliant. Since its creation, the organization has set up programmes in approximately 60 countries and intervened in many emergencies. It operates as a federation made up of eight associations (Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the USA) that provide human and financial resources, manage projects, and raise awareness of Handicap International`s actions and campaigns.Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been working in Bangladesh since 1997, focusing on creating sustainable changes to ensure the rights and inclusion of people with disabilities in society. HI is an independent and impartial aid organization working in Bangladesh in poverty, exclusion, conflict, and disaster situations. With projects in different districts of the country, HI works not only with people with disabilities and other vulnerable populations but also with their families, their communities, and local humanitarian actors to respond to their essential needs, improve their living conditions, promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights, and provide sustainability in its action. As one of the key organizations in the disability sector, HI has a wide range of projects that assist in promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities and their issues in emergency and development contexts, building the capacities of local stakeholders, and reducing the impact of natural and human-made disasters. Particularly in Cox`s Bazar district, HI is providing services in rehabilitation, MH/PSS, SRH, protection, and inclusive education with an inclusion mainstreaming approach to refugees and host populations affected by the forcibly displaced undocumented Myanmar nationals. HI`s multi-sectoral mobile units (MU) and static method are currently working in 15 camps located in both Teknaf and Ukhiya Upazilas and surrounding host areas, providing comprehensive services in physical rehabilitation, primary health care, protection, and MHPSS. HI is currently implementing a development and humanitarian response project in Kurigram and Cox`s Bazar district through 3 project offices (Kurigram, Ukhiya, and Teknaf) and 2 coordination offices (Dhaka and Cox Bazar). Operational Thematic: Livelihood, Health and Rehabilitation, Protection, Inclusion, Education, and Atlas Logistics.Presently, HI Bangladesh is implementing projects on integrating disability in community-based disaster risk reduction and response; economic empowerment of extremely poor persons with disabilities; mainstreaming disability in livelihood interventions; support to refugees and surrounding communities, capacity building of professional associations; and support to disabled people`s organizations, among others.

Application Deadline: 13 Mar 2024

Category: NGO/Development

Source: bdjobs.com

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