Application Deadline: 17 November 2017
Recommend this job to a friend
NGO / INGO / Non-Profit
No. of Employees:
More than 5000
Minimum years of experience:
Design & Develop module aligning with govt. curriculum that will be implemented for Brac Second Chance Education Project
Facilitate the orientation training on new materials for related staff and teachers.
Develop knowledge & life skill based contents related supplementary books (Grade I-V) applicable for both students and teachers
Develop grade wise checklist on supplementary materials (Grade I-V) of contemporary issues for supporting regular supervision by related staffs and effective implementation
Develop manual on reading techniques both in Bengali & English by incorporating some new contents related morals for enhancing reading habits through practicing the existing materials from grade I-V
Collaboration and maintain liaison with NCTB, NAPE, DPE, Partner NGOs
Regular follow up & rigorous school visit for effective & successful implementation of materials in the field ensuring quality.
Ready to take challenges in identifying the barriers and finding out the solution measures in implementing materials.
Master in Education from any recognised university with minimum all second class/division or equivalent GPA/CGPA in academic examinations. No 3rd division/class or below CGPA 2.50 is acceptable
At least 3 years
About the Company
The unique model under which BRAC enterprises operate has evolved as completely home-grown and in isolation from the international dialogue regarding social enterprises. The 'BRAC model' comprises of a collaborative network of enterprises, development programmes and investments – all of which together serve the comprehensive vision and objective of BRAC, i.e. to empower the poor, alleviate social/environmental imbalance and enhance financial sustainability. The BRAC development programmes are dedicated toward fulfilling BRAC’s social and philanthropic missions and are run as fully-funded, non-surplus ventures. While the BRAC enterprises are mostly incepted as a support mechanism that allows the development programmes to be sustainable, the surplus-generating model of the BRAC enterprises allow for 50 per cent of the surplus from the enterprises to support BRAC’s expenditures, including its development programmes that are often run at very high costs, and the remaining 50 per cent to be re-invested in the enterprises themselves, and as a result reduce the need for external funding.