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All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organization’s core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These attitudes and believes shall guide our actions and relationships.
- Role and responsibilities
The Education Assistant is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day implementation of the Education program in North through monitoring and reporting the project activities.
- Monitor and report on the project activities and ensure compliance with plans and NRC standards
- Work with the communities for the identification and enrollment of children in the community center or NFE activities.
- Distribute and monitor the use of educational materials according to procedures
- Assist the teachers in their work
- Suggest new methods and approaches in order to improve the quality of the activities
- Carry out data collection as required
- Prepare field reports
- Carries out related mainstreaming of protection in programme daily implementation as per the set NRC’s Protection mainstreaming guidelines, and ensures reporting any breaches/concerns to the line manager for proper action.
- Ensures that all protection related detected cases are referred to the concerned referral focal point and to the related Protection Coordinator.
- Conduct Field visits to the Informal Settlements and Collective shelters in cooperation with Education Officer and Education Coordinator to define the needs and identify new beneficiaries
- Create a safe classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate to the physical, social, and emotional development of children and youth both inside and outside the community center
- Provide classes according to the module, curricula and schedule adopted by NRC for children and youth in community center setting
- Provide classes according to the module, curricula and schedule adopted by NRC for children and youth in Informal Settlements, temporary spaces, local community spaces
- Assist in developing and maintaining relations with refugee and host communities, local authorities and other local actors.
- Assist in conducting and preparing mapping of relevant services being provided.
- Assist in conducting regular assessments and producing relevant reports (including focus group discussions, interviews, questionnaires, etc.).
- Assist with preparation of outreach work and conduct frequently outreach information with identified communities.
- Organize awareness sessions for children and parents.
- Assist with planning work on weekly and monthly basis in accordance with work plan
- Contribute to preparation of relevant documents (including brochures, information notes, information board updates) for target communities.
- Coordinate with other NRC core competency staff at field level.
- Assist with monitoring and following-up on the quality of services provided.
- Monitor and supervise the transport of beneficiaries.
- Assist in designing the needed forms, questionnaires and other templates.
- Assist in maintaining archiving system up to date (both in hardcopies and electronically).
- Report weekly & monthly (or more often, if required) on activities and results to the relevant NRC staff.
- Carry out other Educational administrative tasks.
- Refugees focal point
- Local authorities
- Other NRC core competencies
- University degree in education or related field.
- Experience from working with education projects in a humanitarian/recovery context
- Minimum of 1 year of working experience in non-governmental organization.
- Experience in psycho-social support for children’s and youth’s emotional, social, mental, and spiritual needs.
- Knowledge of NGO operations and the dynamics of the humanitarian sector is a plus.
- Experience in participatory programs.
- Proficiency in English & Arabic both written and spoken
2. Behavioral competencies
- Planning and delivering result
- Working with people
- Coping with change
- Communicating with impact and respect
- Handling insecure environments