Education Programs Manager Job Career – The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)

Job Title:         Education Programs Manager

Organization:  The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)
Supervisor Manager:   Sr. Programs Director
Duty Station:    Lubowa, Kampala Uganda

About US:
The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)
is an international NGO working to ensure long term conservation and protection
of chimpanzees and their forest habitats though empowering and enhancing the
national and local institutions (government agencies, local government and
local communities) to be effective custodians of the endangered ape.
Job Summary: To manage all activities pertaining to Conservation
education and outreach at the different JGI projects.
Key Duties and
Formal Education Programs
Promote educational programs and resources to
the target audience through development of awareness and training materials
Train teachers and students on how to integrate
Environmental Education into school curriculum
Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of
programs and writing reports
and develop educational programs and resources for schools and community groups
or visitors to sites of special environmental interest
Liaise with colleagues, teachers on the design
and delivery of educational programs 
Train teachers in the use of resources and in
delivering environmental education sessions 
Act as a point of contact for teachers,
educationalists and on environmental educational issues
Organize events and activities to raise
awareness of environmental issues 
Recruit, supervise and work with volunteers 1.
Manage budgets for projects and educational programs
Non-Formal Education Programs
Manage the forest education program including
provision of awareness materials, interpreting the natural environment and set
up of demonstration sites, for conservation activities
Supervise the community education programs
pertaining to different conservation projects
and supervise the delivery of the implementation of the Roots & Shoots
Coordinate and supervise local and international
Develop education program budgets and work plans
and seek revenue generating opportunities through proposal writing and
Liaising with all stakeholders and partners for
effective implementation of education programs
Teaching groups and for them on-site by leading
guided walks and answering questions
quarterly and monthly reports 9. Carry out any other work as required by the
Skills and Experience:
Experience: Number of years and nature/type of previous work
experience required to perform this job
Three years in a similar role
Educational Requirements: The minimum education level required to
perform this job
Bachelor of Environmental Management with a post
graduate qualification in Education or Bachelor of Science in Education with a
post graduate qualification in Environment Management.
Additional Skills: In addition to the experience and educational
requirements listed above
Good report writing skills
Teaching and presentation skills
Ability to speak local languages 
How to Apply:
All applications and detailed CVs
and copies of relevant professional certificates should be addressed to The
Executive Director and sent by mail only: Please
include all documents in one attachment and indicate the position in the
subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Deadline: 13th
November 2019
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