The BMZ (through KfW)-funded Employment Intensive Investment Program (EIIP) in Jordan started in 2016 with the objective of providing employment to Syrian refugees and host Jordanian communities. Since then, the project has expanded its focus from employment creation to the construction and maintenance of public infrastructure and the skills development of beneficiaries to improve their employability in the Jordanian labour market, while continuing the local economic benefits of large scale employment following the principles of decent work.
The programme in its sixth phase under Outcome 2 ‘Improved perspectives for longer term employment and income of Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians’ will implement activities related to skills development (vocational training, work-based learning etc.) and entrepreneurship training.
Under the general supervision of the Chief Technical Advisor (CTA) and in close coordination with the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in Amman, the incumbent will oversee the tasks completed by the Data Entry Clerk and will perform the following tasks:
Description of Duties