Position : Building Basics Terms of Reference (ToR)
Building Basics is a program geared towards strengthening the basic skills of IRC front-line staff.
In line with staff developmental needs, the learning categories for this include, project and program management, and communications.
Basic skill to be developed (project management, communications / facilitation topic) :
Communications / Facilitation - Communication, Training Facilitation Skills, Conflict Resolution and Emotional Intelligence.
Team and diversity Management)
Our country program is spread across 3 states and 8 locations, however, for security and logistical reasons, we will hold the trainings in 3 locations Maiduguri, Gwoza , Mubi and Damaturu which are in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states respectively.
These locations hold the greater number of our staff.
The Facilitators will travel across the locations for the trainings and shall be supported by the HR Teams in those locations.
These trainings shall be carried out in a classroom setting and in batches where there are many staff.
The consultant is expected to design and produce slides and diagrams to be used for this training and it is expected that the consultant will use a mixture of qualitative and imaginative methodology for conducting these training.
It is anticipated that after these trainings, the following results will be evidenced in the trained staff with a cascade to direct reports and other staff :
More staff will have enhanced Program Management Skills
Better and improved Communication and Team building initiatives amongst staff especially new Team leads.
The training should provide the tools to increase staff skills at various levels.
The training should provide opportunities for staff to grow in their present role.
Staff should be equipped with the requisite basic skills for conflict resolution.
Increased staff Emotional intelligence.
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Building Basics Expression of Interest
The IRC welcomes expressions of interest from seasoned consultants, individuals or firms in academia, social works, project management, Psychology or humanities background in humanitarian facilitation or related fields.
The lead consultants should possess.
Master’s degree or higher certificates social works, humanities, Law, psychology, Human resources and or humanitarian work.
Extensive experience in conducting facilitation in humanitarian context.
A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible work experience in the humanitarian or any related context.
Experience in facilitating a diverse and large group of participants.
In-depth knowledge of qualitative research methods to suit given content.
Excellent analytical, presentation and writing / oral skills in English.
This consultancy assignment is anticipated to start July 25th 26th of August 2022. The deadline for submission applications is 11th of July 2022.
Expression of interest applications should include :
A clear understanding of the TOR, SOW, and context.
CVs of prospective consultants.
Samples of previous successful similar assignments
Financial Costs excluding logistics (IRC will cover for flights, accommodation and Meals using IRC approved perdiem rates
All applications should be Addressed to
Senior Human Resource Coordinator The IRC Nigeria Country Program
Plot 902, Olu Awotesu Street, Jabi Abuja.
Sent by email
Closing date for applications is July 11th, 2022
Note : Applications lacking any of the above requirements will not be considered
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