Adresa Municipiul Chișinău
Tipul de angajare Permanent
Domenii de expertiză Social
Orele de lucru Full time
Locul de munca În oficiu
Limbi vorbite Engleză, Română
Depune până la 20 martie 2023
Street Child Moldova is seeking an experienced Project Coordinator for the The National Program for Childcare Services for Children aged up to 3 years old 2023-2026 (here, National Program).The National program represents the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection’s [MMPS] vision to create and deliver quality childcare services to enable children to enjoy holistic development and education and to support equity from an early age.
Street Child Moldova is seeking an experienced Project Coordinator for the The National Program for Childcare Services for Children aged up to 3 years old 2023-2026 (here, National Program).The National program represents the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection’s vision to create and deliver quality childcare services to enable children to enjoy holistic development and education and to support equity from an early age.
The Project Coordinator will also overview the Street Child and Global Schools Forum's implementation effort as part of the national Program, that aims to (i) ensure access to essential early education for refugee learners from Ukraine whilst expanding access to equitable, quality early education for early learners from Moldova and Ukraine; (ii) generate real-time evidence to inform early education expansion plans of the Government of Moldova as anticipated in the 2030 Moldova Strategy; and (iii) leverage real-time evidence to engage and expand global evidence on early education in emergencies.
Role Purpose and Responsibilities
The main responsibility of the Project Coordinator is to coordinate the design and implementation of the National Program. The Project Coordinator should have a strong background in partnership building and implementing, preferable in the context of Eastern Europe/Moldova.
Coordination responsibilities: 70%
Operational responsibilities : 20%
Other - 10%
Master’s Degree in education or relevant areas such as International Development, Project Management or related fields.
About Street Child
Street Child is a UK-based non-governmental organisation with a sustained, high-impact presence in twenty-one countries. We aim to ensure that every child can go to school, get a quality education, and be safe. For over a decade, Street Child has been working in some of the world's most challenging places in Africa and Asia to ensure that every child has the right to a recognised education. To date we have significantly transformed the lives of more than 860,400 children, and we are committed to supporting one million more by 2025.
Our key areas of expertise include education and child protection, children in emergencies, family empowerment and local leadership (localisation). As much as we support governments to provide free, quality education and a secure future for all children, including and prioritising the most vulnerable including those street-connected, minority groups, etc., we also help communities to take ownership of these goals for a truly sustainable impact.
AET’s commitment to Safeguarding
As part of Street Child, AET is committed to the safeguarding and protection of the communities we serve, our partners, our volunteers, and our staff.
As part of this commitment to safeguarding, all offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate background checks. Street Child also participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this Scheme, we will request information from job applicants’ previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment during employment, or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment.
Please submit your CV to [email protected] by 9am on Monday 20th March 2023. We will be reviewing applications as they are submitted so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early.