Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
The Program Officer for Education under the Children’s Access to Quality Alternative Learning Modalities in Safe Spaces in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) or Pathways Covid 19 project contributes to the overall implementation of strategy in BARMM. The program officer will support the development and delivery of the Learning Continuity Plans of the Divisions. The program officer will ensure that the project will communicate critical risk information to schools and communities, integrating health and hygiene and mental health (both offline and online), in ways that are child-friendly, gender-sensitive, inclusive, safe culturally-appropriate and context-specific, and counter any misinformation. The program officer will support in providing access to continued learning and support of learners and teachers at all times, especially during emergencies including COVID-19 sensitive alternative education platforms or flexible learning options. He/She will also support in the pilot delivery of the Learning & Development platforms and systems that will be implemented at the division and school levels. He/she implements capacity-building activities and provide technical support to staff, parents, volunteers and partners on education. S/He provides technical support to the Ministry of Basic, Higher and Technical Education and strengthens their organizational capacity in delivering continued professional development of teachers. S/He ensures that advocacy and campaign messages are sustained by the enactment of relevant policies. S/He also supports the awareness and capacity building of armed state and non-state actors to practice non-violent and peacebuilding approaches that will protect the child and their families anchored on the rights of the child.
Fixed Term position with five (5) Program Officer for Education post vacancy based in Basilan/ Lanao del Sur/ Maguindanao/ Sulu/ Tawi-Tawi
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