Fresher Learning Support Officer Job Opportunities – Mott MacDonald

Job Title: Learning Support Officer (Fresher Job Opportunities)

Organisation: Mott MacDonald

Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda


About US:

Mott MacDonald is a leading, employee-owned global management, engineering and development consultancy with £1 billion revenue and more than 14,000 staff working in 140
countries for both the public and private sectors. Our International Development Services Unit, IDS, operates portfolios within the international development sectors of Environment, Climate, Water, Roads, Rural & Urban Development, Education, Health, Social and Economic Development in over 40 countries.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversight over CLL, radio and community engagement (CE) activities
  • Oversee the set up/scale-up of the CLL activities within the LG spearheaded by the CDO & DEO offices and SESIL. Depending on start date, priorities will include community support to identification of sub-counties/parishes, mobilisation/sensitisation, support to identification of eligible learners, mapping of learning centres, identification of Community Learning Fascinators (CLFs)/volunteers/, support to developing systems for facilitation payments, developing monitoring systems
  • Coordinate the training activities for CLL including developing training workplans/schedules and budgets (CLF ToTs/induction, Peer to Peer trainings).
  • Coordinate the follow-up, and ensure effective mentorship of CLFs including peer to peer CPD sessions for CLFs, including ensuring proposed structures function effectively in the first months of implementation.
  • Provide ongoing technical support to the implementation of the CLL, radio and community engagement (CE) initiatives
  • Coordinate/collaborate with the key stakeholders at district, subcounty, parish and CLL centre levels (including centre management committees).
  • RAL/Reporting and stakeholder engagement
  • Contribute to the quality assurance of CLL lessons by regularly observing lessons and providing feedback to CLFs.
  • Coordinate the collection and submission of monthly reports by the CLFs and CLL Commiteees
  • Nurture communication and ensure appropriate planning/updates with both technical and political teams at LG including sharing plans to inform the LG planning processes.
  • Working with the RAL team, coordinate the CLL and CE M&E activities at community, parish/subcounty, district levels.
  • Collaborate closely with the LGs stakeholders including the DEO to support monitoring of CLL, CE and radio activity implementation and learner progress, among others through regular coordination meetings.
  • Effectively document all information related to project successes and best practices
  • In close collaboration with the national and regional teams to ensure that they develop and implement effective strategies that raise the learning outcomes of children in CLL
  • Submit weekly / monthly / quarterly internal reports on CLL, radio and CE
  • Monitoring and report on any developments within the context in which they operate that have likely implications on the delivery of SESIL activities. This includes any legal or regulatory changes, issues, risks, new reforms, strategies or policies that have been proposed or introduced, that have implications on delivery of SESIL activities.
  • Safeguarding
  • Immediately report any safeguarding incidents in line with SESIL/Mott MacDonald’s Safeguarding Policy.
  • Submit monthly safeguarding log highlighting safeguarding incidents from the delivery of CLL.
  • Provide continuous mentorship and guidance to CLFs and communities on safeguarding issues.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The ideal applicant must hold a University Degree in Education, Social Sciences, or related field; or equivalent by experience.
  • Work experience in education, ideally in literacy and numeracy programmes targeting early grade children.
  • Work experience in international development
  • Experience with Project Cycle Management, monitoring and evaluation of development programmes
  • Experience working with Local Governments and communities on education, coaching and mentoring, and life skills are a plus.
  • Experience with working in a multicultural team.


How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates should apply online at the link below.


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