Training and Capacity Development Manager PMER (Planning Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting) project
Job purpose and description
The International Programmes Directorate (IPD) are pleased to announce a fixed term contract opportunity to join the PMER team, to play the critical role of Training and Capacity Development Manager. This is a 18 month fixed term contract during which you will lead the development of the training and capacity building initiative for the PMER project team. You will be working with colleagues from across WaterAid, (primarily the International Programmes Department, the People Team, Policy and Campaigns Department (PCD) and Fundraising) and with specialist training centres/consultants, to develop relevant content.
Key areas of work would be to:
Lead the design and implementation of a project strategy and plan for the PMER training and capacity building roll out ensuring, effective delivery
Manage and oversee training and capacity development of WaterAid staff under the PMER project.
Lead and manage the design of training and capacity development materials, including but not limited to workshops, manuals and how-to guidance, e-learning modules
Our ideal candidate will have:
Experience of training/mentoring/ coaching others in a training or PMER related role. Able to explain things clearly to others who may not be as familiar with PMER type approaches.
Experience of developing high quality training curricula using innovative approaches and delivery methods.
Strong IT literacy skills, including using web based solutions and Microsoft Office.
Working with the PMER team you will receive generous employee benefits, such as pension fund, medical cash plans, an employee assistance programme, generous annual leave and Save As You Learn schemes, as well as fitness and lifestyle programmes.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
This vacancy will end one minute before midnight on the 17th June 2016 .
Interviews are expected w/c 20th June 2016