FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our
staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology- creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges.
The FHI 360 Four Pillars PLUS project in Nigeria aims to improve the quality and Relevance of secondary education for girls and other 'vulnerable children (OVC) and boost retention rates in Benue State, Nigeria. The project will offer scholarships,
girls' mentoring, teacher professional development, and encourage community
participation to address the complex barriers to education for girls and OVCs
The Teacher Trainer/Education Specialist will be responsible for working closely
with FHI 360 team members in Benue to implement the main objectives of project:
to improve the quality and relevance of girls' education and boost retention rates for OVCs in select LGAs in Benue State. The Specialist is responsible for working
closely with teachers, school officials, school administrators, and local education
Officials to ensure that teachers are trained in pedagogy, gender sensitivity, and other subjects, especially Math and Science, as needed.
Minimum Recruitment Standards:
University degree or equivalent in Education.
Minimum of 3-5 years' work experience required.
Possession of a relevant second degree will be an advantage.
Excellent skills in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, and other email systems.
Vacancy closes 10 days after this publication. For detailed information, please visit our international employment webpage at www.fhi360.org . FHI 360 has a competitive compensation package. Interested candidates may go to FHI 360's
Career Center at www.fhi360.org/careercenter to register online, and to submit CV/ resume. FHI 360 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
FHI 360 does not charge candidates a fee for a test or interview.