Aperçu de l'emploi
OPEN TO: All interested candidates
OPENING DATE: November 21, 2019
CLOSING DATE: December 12, 2019
POSITION STATUS: Full time (40 house/ week)/ Local hire
LOCATION: Thies, Senegal with up to 20% travel within Senegal
COMPENSATION: Gross Salary + benefits: 18,079,202CFA to 19,704,5066 CFA/annum.
The CCHC works under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Training and Staff Development (DDTSD). S/he coordinates closely with the Language Coordinator (LC) for aspects of his/her work related to cross-cultural training and with the Food Security Coordinator ( FSC) for aspects of his/her work related to Gender and Development (GAD) and Youth Positive Development (YPD).The CCHC has overall responsibility for all aspects of Trainee and Volunteer cross-cultural training as well as homestays during pre-service training. in addition, the CCHC provides support to staff and volunteers in regards to Gender and Development (GAD) and Youth Positive Development approach and coordinates the implementation of GAD action plans. Responsibilities of this position include:
Pre-Service and In-Service Training: design, sequence, and implement learning activities for pre-service and in-service training events pertaining to the following topics: a) Senegal -specific cross cultural knowledge and issues; b) Gender and Development; c) Personal support of training needs for trainees and volunteers.
Training Design and Integration: Conduct Pre-training research and collaborate with Peace Corps Senegal training team to develop training competences, assessments, and learning activities for adults. Work with technical teams to plan activities that integrate cross culture and gender into other training components.
Training of Trainers: Train, Mentor, and Monitor training staff (LCF, PTS, etc) in cross cultural and gender and development sessions.
Homestay Coordination: the CCHC is responsible for identifying acceptable and safe houses for Trainees in Senegalese Homes in the region.
Gender activities coordination: the CCHC contributes to the development and implementation of Peace Corps/Senegal’s Gender and Youth Strategy and Action Plan under the leadership of the Food Security Coordinator and in coordination with volunteers and other staff.
Able to work effectively in English and French (level 3 or above)
Fluency in one or more national languages of Senegal
University degree, preferably in a related field of study
Experience: 3- 5 years of experience and demonstrated capacity in:
-developing, implementing, and /or supervising cross cultural training programs for diverse adult groups.
– developing, implementing, and / or supervising community-base programs with rural and urban none-literate communities.
– developing, implementing, and supporting women and girls empowerment’s activities and training in the Senegalese/ West African cultural context. This may include community-based experience, working with men as partners in gender equity, gender analysis, or gender mainstreaming.
Interested applicants must have ability to pass full background/ security checks; and show proof of residency or ability to work in Senegal.
The full position description and requirement are available upon request by sending an email to HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov
Interested and qualified applicants for the position should submit the following:
letter of interest/motivation, in English, addressing your experience and suitability for the position; current resume (CV) in English, plus three professional references; certified copy of school diplomas; certified copy of identity card or certificate of nationality and Extrait of casier judiciaire.
All Applications should be submitted electronically and in English to HR-Senegal@peacecorps.gov with « CCHC » in the subject line no laterthan 00:00 by Thursday December 12, 2019.
Incomplete and/ or late application will not be entertained nor application not submitted in English. Only those candidates short-listed for an interview will be contacted. NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.
Peace Corps does not discriminate against an applicant because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.49073