e-MPOWER: Trainer | M&E Framework and Reporting | Online Toolbox Framework

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  • Apply by: 22/09/2021 11:59 pm CET

EATG in partnership with the European Sex Workers Rights Alliance (formerly International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe) and the Association Legebitra are implementing the project “Partnership to overcome challenges of online learning and to empower youth actors in the field of sexual health promotion, in the COVID-19 era” (e-MPOWER, Erasmus +Grant No 008320) from September 2021 to September 2022.

The overall objective of this project is to adapt training activities for young advocates/activists offered by organisations working in the field of sexual health (HIV and coinfections, sex workers, LGBTI) to the new virtual reality brought on by COVID-19. Project partners will develop a platform of tools for online training on sexual health in consideration of the specific challenges that sex workers, people living with HIV, and LGBTI persons face. The project will also tackle mental health aspects throughout.

EATG is looking for 2-3 consultants for the following positions:

 

1. Trainer

Task description and proposed timeline

  • Develop the train-the-trainer training outlines and materials drawing on needs assessment and recommendation report and in consultation with project partners (October 2021)
  • Deliver four train-the-trainer sessions to one group of four youth (aged 18-30yrs) activist trainees (November – December 2021)

Eligibility criteria
– Experience providing trainings via online platforms (Zoom, Go To Meetings, Skype, etc.)
– Understanding of intersecting topics related to youth (ages 18-30), mental health, sex work, HIV, and LGBTI issues
– Good analytical skills and the ability to synthesise information from multiple sources
– Capacity to collect and organise information quickly and efficiently
– Excellent English oral and writing skills
– Ability to establish collaboration with stakeholders and partners
– Good computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet …)
– Capacity to work autonomously and collaboratively with the EATG Office

 

2. Monitoring and Evaluation framework and reporting

Task description

  • Develop an M&E framework for future training activities of partner organisations (October 2021 –November 2021)
  • Perform an evaluation of the pilot training in collaboration with partners (December 2021– June 2022)

Eligibility criteria
– Good knowledge of M&E principles, methods, and tools
– Understanding of intersecting topics related to youth (ages 18-30), mental health, sex work, HIV, and LGBTI issues
– Previous experience providing trainings via online platforms (Zoom, Go To Meetings, Skype, etc)
– Good research skills to extract necessary information
– Capacity to collect and organise information quickly and efficiently
– Excellent English oral and writing skills
– Ability to establish collaboration with stakeholders and partners
– Good computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet …)
– Capacity to work autonomously and collaboratively with the EATG Office
– Should an applicant for this consultancy be bilingual (English/Russian), payment for translation can be added to the contract

 

3. Online toolbox framework

Task description and timeline

  • Review project partners’ existing training documents/guidelines (January 2022)
  • Consult with project partners on selected online toolbox content (February – April 2022)
  • Advise on a framework for online toolbox sustainability (May 2022)

Eligibility criteria

– Understanding of intersecting topics related to youth (ages 18-30), mental health, sex work, HIV, and LGBTI issues
– Previous experience providing trainings via online platforms (Zoom, Go To Meetings, Skype, etc)
– Good research skills to extract necessary information
– Capacity to collect and organise information quickly and efficiently
– Excellent English oral and writing skills
– Ability to establish collaboration with stakeholders and partners
– Good computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet …)
– Capacity to work autonomously and collaboratively with the EATG Office

 

Please read the attached documents for more details and information on how to apply

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