Job Title: Economic Strengthening Facilitator
Organisational Context: To render quality training to AGYW on 1) Entrepreneurial Mindset Training, 2) Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training and 3) Facilitate AGYW-led LMAs.
Reports to: District Coordinator
Duration: May to September 2021
Closing date for applications: 05 April 2021
- Participate in TOT sessions on Economic Strengthening (ES) organised by the project.
- Facilitate sessions with AGYW Groups in an allocated area on the following sessions:
- Entrepreneurial Mindset Training
- Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training and
- Facilitate AGYW-led Labour Market Assessment (LMA).
- In addition, you are expected to guide AGYWs on how to open and use an email account.
- Facilitate for each AGYW group the Entrepreneurial Mindset, Preventing Sexual Harassment in the workplace and AGYW led LMA skills training using a blended approach as follows:
- Face to face workshops (1.5 day maximum)
- Virtual sessions - Bulk email, bulk SMS, and through 1 Hour telephonic conferences.
- Make follow-ups to ensure AGYWs have received all the training content shared on virtual platforms.
- Be able to offer support to AGYW through virtual training platforms such as teleconference calls, bulk sms and bulk emails.
- Compile and submit AGYW training reports using the established reporting format. - Attendance registers
- Encourage AGYW to adhere to Covid 19 protocols during the face to face trainings sessions and during the AGYW Labour Market Assessments.
- Securing and distributing learning material and refreshments during Face to Face sessions.
- AGYW have opened the emails to use during the training sessions
- Six (6)-to Seven (7) AGYW sessions on Entrepreneurial Mindset, Preventing Sexual Harassment in the workplace and AGYW led LMA completed every month;
- Daily and weekly group reports submitted through email and on WhatsApp.
Requirements for ES
- Must reside in the sub-district of interest.
- Must have access to a working laptop or smart phone
- Fluent in English and languages spoken in the sub-district of interest.
- Must be Computer literate and eligible to work in South Africa
- Minimum Matric certificate
- Experience in facilitating similar social behaviour change programmes will be preferable
- Previous experience working in the Public Health sector, particularly HIV/AIDS GBV space is an advantage
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Must be eligible to work in South Africa