Coffey International Development is the managing contractor for the AusAID funded Support for Education Sector Development in Aceh (SEDIA). The goal of this program is to support the province of Aceh in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of basic education. Its purpose is to assist the operationalisation of the 2007-2011 Aceh Education Strategic Plan (Renstra Aceh) as the means for achieving these goals of improved effectiveness and efficiency.
SEDIA is a three-year program and is co-managed between AusAID and the three provincial education authorities in Aceh: the provincial office of Education (Dinas Propinsi), the provincial department of Religious Affairs (Kanwil Depag) and the Provincial Education Council (MPD).
The Position We are currently seeking applications for a Capacity Building and Training Specialist to support the goals of this program. The successful candidate will be responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of a capacity building strategy and activities to support project objectives and results.
The Capacity Building and Training Specialist will work with the School Improvement Adviser in the implementation of the project capacity building strategy and activities and with the M&E Capacity Building Specialist for reporting on achievements and end of program outcomes. The position will report directly to the Deputy Team Leader.
To be successful for this position, you will need postgraduate qualifications/Master degree in education or social studies and will need to demonstrate substantial experience in developing capacity building/training programs specifically in the education sector; demonstrated experience in strategic planning, institutional capacity building and organizational development.
The ideal candidate will have a track record in working effectively with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds; strong interpersonal, communication and report writing skills; highly effective organization and work management skills and demonstrated capacity to work in a team environment.
Applications close at 5pm on Sunday 25th December 2011.