PROJECT COORDINATOR – SCIENCE EDUCATION
As part of our focus on improving the quality of education in the region we are working on Project Jigyasa— Promoting science education through innovative hand-on experiences and helping the children get out of the fear of Science. In the last 2 years we have engaged with around 1000 children and developed modules which are based on using low–cost resources and contextual examples. Yet a lot needs to be done. And we are looking for passionate innovators to take this journey forward and make a difference to the lives of tribal children through science.
LOCATION: SUKMA, CHHATTISGARH
Competitive Remuneration will be based on qualification, experience and performance. Minimum one year commitment is expected from the applicant.
Interested candidates are requested to send the given below documents to email@example.com by 20th November,2017:
Letter of Motivation/ Cover Letter
Roles and responsibilities
Design and implement science workshops in alignment with state curriculum.
Collaborate in designing curriculum and content which are fun and experimental.
Conduct workshops with children in government schools.
Design, develop and implement engagement plan and roadmap of the work
Documentation and reporting of progress, outcomes, gaps, best practices, on ground case studies
Prepare interventions and controlled trials based on data collected and analyzed
Who fits in?
Education and other qualifications
Minimum education qualification – Graduate in science ( B.Sc/M.Sc, B.Tech/M.Tech )from a reputed institute
Experience in classroom teaching or any other relevant experience in curriculum and content development, government relations/set ups , school leadership, teacher development, community engagement, child engagement will attract higher remunerations and benefits will be added advantage.
Desired Competencies and skills:
Creative with working with children. Managing teaching and learning process of children
Passionate about working with children and in school education
Believer in the power of small change
Patience, perseverance and humility to work in rural areas
Willing to adapt to different cultures and eco- system
Willingness to learn
Effective project management and time management skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Proficiency in written and spoken Hindi is important
What is in it for you?
Working in a tribal/rural region is our best pitch to offer to anyone who wants to understand Indian education inequity along with how the social context of education overpowers the technical solutions we offer. We believe in moving out of our comfort zones to really make an impact.
Experience of working closely with government and rural communities
Understand powerful role of community and use of existing wisdom in public education system.