Small Projects Foundation (SPF) Training Manager Job Vacancy in East London Dec 2018

 

Small Projects Foundation (SPF) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO), which aims at achieving the development of individuals, families and communities who are committed to their own growth and development.

We are seeking a Training Manager, whose role is to provide Leadership and Management of the Bumb’Ingomso (BI) training and capacity building programmes as well as leading the design and development of the required programmes materials to ensure successful implementation.

The Training Manager’s role is to provide Leadership and Management of the Bumb’Ingomso (BI) training and capacity building programmes as well as leading the design and development of the required programmes materials to ensure successful implementation.

Job Title: Training Manager
Job Location: East London

Responsibilities:

  • Strategy Interpretation, Planning and implementation
  • Programme implementation and management
  • Marketing Advocacy and Lobbying
  • Stakeholder Relationships Management
  • Materials Design and Development
  • Team support, Coaching and mentoring
  • Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
  • Strategy Interpretation, Planning & Implementation
  • Programme Implementation & Management
  • Marketing, Advocacy & Lobbying
  • Stakeholder Relationships Management
  • Materials design and development
  • Team Support, Coaching & Mentoring
  • Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting

Requirements:

  • Appropriate tertiary qualification
  • At least 3 years’ experience in material and programme design and development
  • At least 3 years’ experience developing training programmes and intervention guidelines and tools
  • Advanced facilitation and presentation skills
  • Ability to operate professionally and effectively at all levels.
  • Experience in drafting reports and programme documents
  • Good interpersonal skills: the ability to communicate clearly and effectively at all levels, taking into account cultural and language difficulties
  • Excellent communications (oral & written English), presentation, interpersonal, networking skills, influencing and negotiating skills for engaging with a wide variety of contacts
  • Ability to communicate complex messages in an accessible manner for varied audiences
  • Good conceptual and analytical skills and ability to think and operate innovatively
  • Good administration and organisational skills and ability to optimise independent use of time against variable workload
  • Ability to work in a team, both as participant and leader
  • Ability to facilitate, maintain and manage good working relationships between staff, volunteers, partners, and donors.
  • Project and Financial Management skills
  • Flexibility to undertake national travel if required
  • Advanced computer literacy (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint)
  • Effective time management
  • Valid driver’s license

Closing date:  31 December 2018
Starting date:  Mid-January 2019

All the following documents need to be emailed to mfutwa@spf.org.za

  • Covering Letter
  • Detailed CV with 3 contactable references
  • Certified copies of qualifications
  • Certified copies of ID, driver’s license

If in the event that you do not hear from the organisation within 2 weeks of closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

The Small Projects Foundation withhold the right not to fill this position.