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carry out field activities, monitoring the progress of the education project
activities. The role will be based directly in the districts and will have
direct interaction with teachers, school management committees, Teachers
colleges, head teachers of selected schools, community groups, and other
the Education Project Officer and the Project manager in implementing the FCA’s
Education in Emergency and Child Protection project activities as planned in
refugee settlement, Uganda.
with the Education Officer and the Project manager to initiate and coordinate
the planning of the Education project activities to ensure optimum utilization
of project resources.
cooperation with the relevant local government authorities, community leaders
like Refugee welfare council members, School Authorities, teachers, relevant
civil society and non-governmental organization (operational & implementing
partners) , where appropriate in order facilitate project implementation to
achieve the project objectives.
work with teachers and head teachers in all the schools under project support
to identify gaps in the delivery of quality education and provide detailed
report and follow-up to ensure immediate possible action is taken
collect and tabulate on regular basis field data on project activities carried
out and undertake assessment using participatory approaches for all rights
holders to determine the relevance and impact of the project activities.
visit all project beneficiaries, sites/ schools where project activities are
undertaken, check on progress and identify gaps and challenges, offer support
as directed by the Project manager in line with the project objectives.
with Education project officer Plan and participate in school inspection and
teacher’s support supervision at all times alongside other technical
stakeholders who may come in to support
active participation of the refugees, host community, local leaders, rights
holders and intermediaries in the planning, implementation, monitoring and
evaluation of all the education project activities as required.
the Project Education Officer in the preparation of periodical work plans and
reports on Project activities and achievements in line with the requirements
stipulated in the project documents
flexible to take any other assigned responsibility from time to time.
ideal candidate for the Finn Church Aid (FCA) Education Assistant job must hold
a Degree from an accredited University in education, educational
administration, Teacher education or a related field and working experience in
two years of experience supporting professional development of Ugandan
teachers; including experience in teacher training programs
in educational program in both development and humanitarian sector
and experience in the supervision of special education programs, school safety
programs.(Experience in continuous professional development)
in primary education with deep knowledge of Uganda’s Education system and
Ugandan curriculum will be an added advantage
experience in community mobilization, capacity to engage community and all
levels of education stakeholders to promote right to and access to quality
in implementing and monitoring formal and non-formal education projects,
Education in Emergency interventions with linkages to Child Protection and
in implementing Accelerated Education programme and other school systems like
double shifting are added advantage.
experience in effective community mobilization and stakeholders engagement
in networking and working with local government, international actors and UN
knowledge of Project Cycle Management is desired
data collection, analysis and report writing skills
interpersonal, communication and report writing skills and demonstrated ability
to work effectively in teams.
qualified and interested applications should send a cover letter and a CV (not
more than 5 pages) with at least three referees and a daytime telephone contact
with copies of academic papers addressed to:
and Administration Manager,
Uganda Country Office.
Kampala, Tank Hill Rd, Roche Close, Plot 1495 Muyenga, Uganda.
should be in one file attachment (Ms Word or PDF) mentioning the position title
in the subject to Ugaco.firstname.lastname@example.org and your preferred location.
and PWDS are encouraged to apply.
Refugee communities are encouraged to apply
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