The Non-Formal Education (NFE) Officer will be responsible for the start up and implementation of NFE activities for displaced youth. The NFE Officer will be responsible for leading assessments, and will be required to visit the targeted schools daily. This includes observing classes, mentoring facilitators, conducting assessments, ensuring classes are equipped with proper materials, etc.
- Conduct community assessments to determine type of NFE classes to be offered, and determine the subjects for NFE classes by cooperation with his/her supervisor.
- Facilitate in hiring the facilitators to teach the classes.
- Oversee enrollment process for NFE classes.
- Administer and grade pre/post tests for NFE classes.
- Follow up on attendance weekly.
- Assist in administrative and program activities related to NFE classes for youths who do not have access to secondary education.
- Coordinate with the MoE & DoE on activities and get approval letters for the classes.
- Oversee all NFE classes and activities.
- Monitor NFE classes, observe NFE facilitators, and mentor facilitators.
- Collect and report M&E data from the classes as required.
- Other tasks as assigned by supervisor.
The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the IRC Way – Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation.
Qualifications & Preferred Skills
- Bachelor degree, preferably in education, social work, or related field.
- Arabic, English, and Kurdish languages are required.
- At least 1 year NGO experience preferably with experience working with refugees and local communities.
- Previous experience working in education is a plus.
- Practical understanding of Microsoft office applications.
- Experience working with people from different backgrounds.