ETI Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Published on: 26 Jun 2020
Vacancy: Not specific
Employment Status: Contractual
Experience: At least 5 year(s)
Job Location: Dhaka
Application Deadline: 7 Jul 2020
- Duty Station: ETI Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- Contract Type: Fixed-term appointment
- Duration: One Year (Renewable)
- ETI Bangladesh is looking for enthusiastic and qualified candidates for the following post based in Dhaka, Bangladesh:
- Report to: Social Dialogue Programme Coordinator but will be closely working with Gender Expert
- Job Statement: The Training Officer will hold specific responsibility for delivering targeted activities that will empower low-income workers working in global supply chains; by enabling worker voice in Bangladesh.
- Main Purpose: Working closely with the Social Dialogue Programme Coordinator, the role holder shall be responsible for planning and implementing all activities under ETI social dialogue programme including gender component in the selected RMG factories in line with ETI Bangladesh Country Strategy.
- In consultation with SD Coordinator and Gender Expert, prepare monthly and quarterly implementation plan for the respective factories and make sure that planned activities are implemented.
- Organize training and awareness-raising events/activities on social dialogue and gender issues in line with the ETI annual work-plan
- Facilitate online based and field-based training and awareness-raising sessions/events
- Manage logistic requirements including handouts, module, user manual for training and awareness-raising events in coordination with admin and finance and other team members/component as applicable.
- Travel to external training venue to conduct and offer support when required.
- Prepare factory wise monthly update report, both qualitative and quantitative, in line with the reporting requirement of ETI and the respective donors.
- Keep records of course attendance and completion and generate certificates for delegates.
- Support M&E and learning expert in data collection, compilation and report preparation.
- Support ETI management in preparing quarterly and annual reporting by providing qualitative and quantitative inputs
- Work closely with Head of Finance and Administration and order supplies where necessary.
- Master’s degree preferred, preferably in any discipline of social sciences
- Minimum of five years’ relevant work experience as a programme officer or training officer, preferably in international development, national NGO and/or responsible business.
- Knowledge of or experience in, supply chain issues and labour rights.
- Practical background in the participatory learning approach, tools and methods
- Strong time management and organizational skills, including the ability to meet stringent deadlines, communicate progress on projects and event planning.
- Skills in communication, reporting and documentation, case study development, IEC material development
- Excellent interpersonal skills for working with both internal and external stakeholders.
- High degree of self-control and self-motivation toward excellent deliverables and a strong interest in sustainability issues and the role of business in creating a just and sustainable world.
- Capacity to work and thrive in a growing, fast-paced, entrepreneurial organization with a collaborative environment.
- High ethical standards and commitment to ETI Bangladesh core values of leadership, respect, and integrity, gender and diversity issues.
- Computer skills in MS word, excel and PowerPoint, able to prepare report and presentation both in Bangla and English
- Familiar with different online-based communication platform
within 7 July 2019. Early submission is strongly encouraged as an application collection and selection process will go simultaneously. Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated for the interview. Any form of persuasion in the selection process will automatically disqualify the candidacy.
ETI Bangladesh values diversity among its staff. We welcome applications from qualified women and men, including those with disabilities.