Literacy Programme Facilitator (Primary Schools)
South African Education Project (SAEP) seeks to employ a full time Facilitator for its Primary School Programme for a 10 month contract period.
We are seeking a dynamic person with a high level of commitment to impart a strong sense of learning/training stewardship amongst teachers in Philippi (Western Cape) for the greater good of our learners and future leaders.
The successful candidate will be responsible for but not limited to:
· Undergo and implement a 26-week literacy programme aimed at Grade 4 teachers.
· Facilitate all workshops at schools in the Philippi area.
· Responsible for the management of all schools that you are working with as well as
the management of Learner Assistants that are placed in schools for the programme.
· To engage with the selected schools and staff.
· Responsible for all the admin related duties of the programme with selected schools e.g. signed MOU and teacher agreement forms.
· Assist the coordinator with the designing of activity/training plans for the programme as well as the implementation thereof.
· To assist with the development of resources for the teacher workshops.
· Will be responsible to provide reports and statistics about the process of the implementation of the Literacy programme of the schools.
Qualifications and Experience:
· B.Ed degree in Education/Language education and or Teacher Diploma
· At least 3 years teaching experience (languages) with CAPs curriculum at primary school level
· Ability to teach and train teachers
· Experience in designing materials and resources an advantage
· Programme facilitation an advantage
· Effective communication and interpersonal skills
· Adapt in dealing with different personalities
· Good administrative and computer skills
· Training and facilitation skills
· Responsible and accountable
· A valid driver’s license and an active driver
· Isi-Xhosa speaking is an advantage
Closing date: 31 January 2024
If you meet the above criteria, please submit your application (including a motivational covering letter, CV and references) to email@example.com.
SAEP will respond to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not received a response in three weeks after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful and is hereby thanked for your interest in our organisation
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