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GIZ - Adviser on Dual Vocational Education and Training (VET) for the South Region

The German Development Cooperation through GIZ is looking for an Adviser on Dual Vocational Education and Training (VET) for the South Region within its “Support to Vocational Education in the Field of Green Economy” Project.

The Adviser is responsible for providing support and capacity development for existing dual VET cooperation in the South Region, as well as identify potential dual cooperation partners, while focusing on ecologic sustainability, social inclusion and stakeholders’ dialogue.

The permanent work place for this position is planned to be established in the South Region, in Cahul town, with a 2-3 months onboarding in Chișinău. The Adviser should be flexible also to work part-time in Chișinău on request.

The overall responsibilities covered by this position are as follows:

  • in line with the current normative provisions regulating dual VET, identify the main institutional actors (public, private, non-governmental) in the South Region who may contribute to promoting this alternative form of VET within the Rayons pertaining to the region;
  • assist stakeholders in the analysis of the results for the existing dual VET programmes in the South Region and propose instruments for quality improvement;
  • facilitate the creation of partnerships and dialogue platforms between the actors identified and support institutional capacity development for service provision in the field of dual VET;
  • initiate and promote awareness and communication campaigns on dual VET, while considering the special features of the region (priority economic sectors, professions required on the labour market, etc.);
  • identify economic operators who are interested to introduce ecologically sustainable approaches into their daily operations;
  • ensure the communication with secondary education authorities and schools, in order to include dual VET in professional orientation activities;
  • provide advisory support to stakeholders in developing instruments to increase the enrolment rate of women within dual VET programmes.

Required qualifications:

  • Bachelor and/or Master Degree in one of the following subjects: Education, Economics, Human Resources Development, Business Administration, or other related area;
  • at least 3 years of professional work experience, ideally in business development and/or education, with a focus on private sector and/or VET;
  • good knowledge of main features of the dual VET system, including its relevance for shaping the skills needs on the labour market in Moldova;
  • previous expertise in cooperating with the private economic environment, educational institutions and social partners;
  • experience in working with disadvantaged youth would be an asset;
  • proven experience in coordinating capacity development programmes;
  • ability to establish and coordinate partner networks;
  • fluency in Romanian, English and Russian;
  • excellent drafting and presentation skills;
  • willingness to upskill as required by the tasks to be performed;
  • a valid category B driving licence;
  • Moldovan citizenship or holding permanent resident status in Moldova.

Applications, including detailed CV, references and motivation letter shall be sent not later than 3 June 2018, time 17:00 to the address hr-giz-moldova@giz.de.

Please mention the position name in the title of your application message. Only shortlisted candidates will be asked for an interview. The finalist will be offered a fixed-term employment contract based on a 40-hour weekly work programme and concluded in line with the national labour legislation.

Please note that applications received after the deadline will not be considered. GIZ retains the discretion to re-advertise the position, to cancel the recruitment or offer an appointment at a lower grade or with a modified job description.

GIZ is committed to employment equity in the workplace and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

This project is implemented with the financial support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).




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