Jobs in Tanzania 2021: Job Vacancies at UNESCO Tanzania 2021
Parent Sector : Education Sector (ED)
Duty Station: Dar-es-Salaam
Job Family: Education
Type of contract : Non Staff
Duration of contract : From 1 to 6 months
Recruitment open to : External candidates
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OVERVIEW OF THE FUNCTIONS OF THE POST
Background and Justification
was close to achieve universal primary education enrolment in 2014.
However, 13% of the children did not manage to complete primary level
(93% girls and 86% boys). In addition, challenges are found in the
transition from primary to secondary where 45% of girls and 60% of boys
do not progress from primary to secondary education. This brings the
percentage of children that have less than or equal than primary
education to a staggering of 68%. Further, a number of children do not
attend school due to various reasons including poverty, long distance
from home to school and negative social-cultural norms. Children out of
school in Tanzania was reported at 17.65 % in 2018 (World Bank) hence do
not acquire the necessary foundational skills.
Given this challenge, children do not succeed in acquiring the necessary foundation
skills. The Literacy rate among the population aged 15 – 24 years in
Tanzania was recorded to be 87.01% for males and 84.64% for females
(UIS, 2015). Based on these statistics, a large number of population
lack these skills. Traditionally, literacy has been considered a set of
reading, writing and counting skills. This is exacerbated by the digital
world, which calls for new and higher-level competences (Ms Irina
Bokova, 2017) in order to build more inclusive, equitable and
It is in this regard that UNESCO Dar es
Salaam in collaboration with the Institute of Adult Education
established 4 ICT Based Literacy Centres in Mkoani, Kasulu, Sengerema
and Ngorongoro Districts. Six hundred and thirty eight (638)
out-of-school adolescent girls and young women were enrolled in and
completed literacy and numeracy classes in 2020 through both
conventional and ICT based approaches. The second ICT based literacy
cohort intake planned for 2021 will adapt approaches that ensures
sustainability of the centres. We are therefore looking for an expert to
draw a sustainability strategy for UNESCO.
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main objective of the activity is to establish a sustainability
strategy for ICT based literacy centres in Mkoani, Kasulu, Sengerema and
Activity 3.1 :
Submit inception report describing the implementation approach and
timeframe. Assessment tools shall also be part of the inception report.
Output/Deliverable: Inception report and needs assessment tools.
Duration: 3 days
3.2: Assess and document good practices, achievements, challenges
and lessons learned on the existing ICT based literacy centres in
Kasulu, Sengerema, Ngorongoro and Mkoani districts. This activity will
involve travelling to the project sites
Output/Deliverable: Assessment report
Duration: 12 days
3.3: Present the draft sustainability strategy to Project National
Steering Committee Meeting (This activity will involve travel).
Duration : 1 day.
Activity 3.4: Finalise the draft based on the comments from the Project National Steering Committee.
Output/Deliverable: A final sustainability strategy
Duration : 5 days
Activity 3.5: Submit final activity report
Output/Deliverable: Activity report
Duration : 1 day.
Total : 22 Days
- The assignment will last for 3 months from the date of signature of the contract.
- Mkoani, Kasulu, Sengerema and Ngorongoro Districts.
- Consultancy fees and travel costs shall be paid based on the rates submitted by the consultant and negotiation done.
COMPETENCIES (Core / Managerial)
- Accountability (C)
- Communication (C)
- Innovation (C)
- Knowledge sharing and continuous improvement (C)
- Planning and organizing (C)
- Results focus (C)
- Teamwork (C)
- Professionalism (C)
For detailed information, please consult the UNESCO Competency Framework.
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Qualification and experience
- At least MA in Education, ICT Experience in Education, Mass Communication sociology or related field;
and experience of no less than 5 years working on education or related
programmes at national, regional and local level.
- Knowledge and experience of working with youth/communities.
- Ability to work independently under minimum supervision;
- Excellent writing as well as verbal communication skills (Preferably in English).
- Proven experience with similar assignments
- Knowledge of UN and its internal processes is an added advantage.
Interested candidates should click on “Apply Now”, and download and complete the Employment History form (Word document).
uploading the document, at the end of the Word document, please insert
extra pages with the following required information:
An up-to-date CV stating details of educational qualifications, work experience, including prior experience of similar work.
A brief proposal (1-3 pages) discussing the approach/methodology to undertake the assignment and the proposed fee.
SELECTION AND RECRUITMENT PROCESS
note that all candidates must complete an on-line application and
provide complete and accurate information. To apply, please visit the UNESCO careers website. No modifications can be made to the application submitted.
evaluation of candidates is based on the criteria in the vacancy
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in the final selection step will be subject to reference checks based on
the information provided.
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Application Deadline (Midnight Paris Time) : 30-MAY-2021