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Title Fieldworker
Categories Administration
Job Code Pro256
Location Alexandria, Egypt
Description

Gender DynamiX (GDX) is a non-governmental, human rights organisation that promotes freedom of expression of gender identity and advocates for the rights of transgender, transsexual and gender non-conforming people.

Gender DynamiX is seeking a Field Worker, based in Saartjie Baartman Centre, Klipfontein Road, Athlone, Cape Town.

The successful candidate will commence work in January 2014.

The Field Worker will support implementation of outreach and advocacy, with particular responsibilities for supporting transgender and gender nonconforming individuals. The successful candidate will work closely with the Advocacy Coordinator, Outreach Coordinator, Financial Officer and the Fundraiser.

Qualifications
  • Solid understanding of transgender and gender non – conforming issues;
  • Minimum two years experience working on programmes or projects related to civil society policy engagement;
  • Solid understanding of programme design and logical frameworks, including links between objectives, activities and budgets;
  • Understanding of and commitment to rights-based approaches to programming, able to analyse gender, class and power imbalances, making linkages within the work of GDX;
  • Ability to engage on social media, ensuring communication and feedback about our work and projects;
  • Commitment to and experience of working within diverse teams or networks;
  • Outstanding communication skills in English and the proven ability to write effectively for different purposes, including programme reports and summaries, news updates and advocacy briefings;
  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to conform to the highest professional standards in developing programmatic materials and resources;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills over email, by phone and in person, and ability to work well with others, including remotely;
  • Ability to plan, organise and prioritise work, and the ability to meet tight deadlines under pressure;
  • Self-awareness, sound judgement and personal initiative;
  • Willing to work flexibly, including additional hours on an exceptional basis at peak times, and to undertake significant travel;
  • Strong commitment to GDX mission, vision, objectives, and to equal opportunities.
Responsibilities
  • Organising and facilitating workshops;
  • Managing individual fieldwork schedules;
  • Providing fieldwork progress updates on a weekly and monthly basis;
  • Write reports on fieldwork activities;
  • Assist constituencies via e-mail and also on a face to face basis.
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Title Programme Manager
Categories Programs
Job Code Pro123
Location Cairo, Egypt
Description

Numeric is a South African nonprofit company interested in using technology to create exciting and stimulating learning environments. Numeric’s mission is to help young South Africans excel at maths. In order to do this, we use a powerful online learning platform called Khan Academy (www.khanacademy.org).

Numeric currently runs Khan Academy sessions in 12 schools in the Cape Town Metro Area and will be adding additional schools and programmes in 2014. Numeric is looking to add a Programme Manager to its team to manage the additional programmes.

Numeric seeks to appoint a Programme Manager, based in Cape Town.

The position of Programme Manager requires someone with dynamic organisational skills, a passion for education (maths in particular!), and an interest in the use of technology in education.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent;
  • Higher grade mathematics through to matric;
  • Teaching or tutoring experience;
  • Involvement in outreach projects;
  • Leadership in extra-curricular projects;
  • Comfortable with numbers and quantitative topics;
  • Interest in and ability to handle new and changing technologies;
  • Passion for education;
  • Own transport and valid driver’s licence.
Responsibilities

Each Programme Manager will be responsible for 4-6 schools. Their responsibilities include:

  • Managing relationships with partner schools (principals, maths H.O.Ds);
  • Handling logistics involved with the programmes (finance, transport, connectivity);
  • Training coaches and teachers on the use of Khan Academy;
  • Contributing to the development of the programme (curriculum, games, activities, worksheets);
  • Supporting and mentoring coaches;
  • Arranging parents evenings to encourage parent buy-in and commitment;
  • Organizing a Maths Camp over the school winter break;
  • Creating and managing content on the Numeric website (www.numeric.org).
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