1. To work with the Project Director and the entire project staff (both in the UK and Pakistan).
2. Make amendments to the Service Level Agreement as of when required
3. Set up effective monitoring systems in Pakistan to collate evidence of:
o Beneficiary activities
o Project staff activities
o Expenditure and Invoicing
o Delivery of the Service Level Agreement
4. Design all monitoring forms and feedback questionnaires as detailed in the Service Level Agreement
5. Support the external evaluators in introducing effective feedback mechanisms to collate information on impact and benefits to the beneficiaries as a result of the project
6. Communicate weekly with staff in Pakistan on outcomes, achievements and outputs
7. Ensure successful delivery of the project in Pakistan
8. Can either be based in Pakistan or based in the UK with regular monitoring visits to Pakistan
Additional Project Description:
07/04/2013 at 17:37 PKT
The Living in Britain project specifically targets eligible 210 Third County National women (90 in Year 1 and 120 in Year 2) in most need of pre-departure ESOL, citizenship, integration and world of work in the UK support and introduces an innovative vocational element to better prepare them for their new life in the UK.
Living in Britain will train women resident in Pakistan, for better integration on arrival in UK. In Pakistan, they will receive English language support; comprehensive citizenship training into UK’s receiving society institutions; awareness about the world of work; and create action plan for their arrival into UK. These women (who are particularly disadvantaged in terms of language, culture and knowledge of the receiving society and ways of living in Britain) will be able to integrate better when they arrive through this training/support, building confidence, giving new awareness of employability and vocational areas, and enabling women to progress more quickly on arrival.
The successful Co-ordinator will need to demonstrate the following:
• Creativity and innovation.
• Proactive approach to this work.
• An excellent understanding of ESOL, citizenship and integration training
• Previous experience and understanding of working with QED Foundation is very desirable but not essential.
• The ability to offer a supportive and responsive approach.
• The ability to quickly establish insightful relationships with both client and outside sources.
The contract term is anticipated to be from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 subject to requirement and satisfactory delivery. There is a possibility that this contract could be extended for a further 1 year (until 30 June 215) based on effectiveness of Year 1 delivery and securing additional funding.
Payment for this service will be based upon a consultant day rate following negotiation with the successful candidate. It is expected that this position will involve a maximum of 5 days a month.