DI is seeking to hire an Adult Learning and Training Specialist (ALTS)
for the upcoming five-year RINDRA
Strengthening Governance activity in Madagascar funded by USAID. This will be a full-time position based in Antananarivo, Madagascar, and will be contingent on award and funding.
The anticipated program will support the GOM (Government Of Madagascar) to achieve enhanced accountability and effectiveness. The program has three primary objectives:1) improve the management of civil and business court cases through the establishment of a better case management system and training of court personnel on key areas of the law; 2) improve the management of financial resources for development through a) increased commune capacity to mobilize domestic resources and improved timeliness and transparency of financial flows downward and b) improved budget formulation and execution in selected government entities and better capacity of the government to absorb donor funding; 3) improve the responsiveness of GOM to its citizens and the capacity for citizens to engage with GOM.
Please view the NOFO
for more information.
- Support implementation of the learning and training strategies of the Activity, which includes working with USAID counterparts and identifying partners to design, deliver, and monitor different training and learning programs;
- Serve as primary coordinator of the training portfolio and provision of adult learning expertise.
- A Master’s Degree or equivalent education/work experience in a related field (i.e., organizational learning, adult education, international development, international or multicultural communication, international business, or management).
- Minimum of 5 years of full-time work experience as an internal or independent trainer and organizational learning practitioner.
- Experience with organizational learning, management, training needs assessment, and/or related activities, preferred;
- Experience with experimental learning and teaching experience in critical thinking, teamwork, and tolerance, strongly preferred;
- Local language skills an advantage;
- Familiarity with and experience in French-speaking countries in Africa;
- Professional fluency in English and working knowledge of French is required.
Please submit your resume and cover letter. We will only contact those candidates who best meet our needs. No phone calls or additional emails please. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. This position is open to both expatriates and Malagasy citizens.
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DI provides technical assistance, analytical services and project implementation for democracy, human rights, governance and conflict mitigation programs worldwide for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. State Department and other development partners. Since its founding in 2003, Democracy International has worked with civil society organizations, political parties, election-management bodies, government agencies, legislatures, justice-sector institutions, and others in 70+ countries.
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