We are looking for Field Officer (Entrepreneurship and skills development)
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or selfeducation,
prior experience or onthejob
• Undergraduate/Diploma in Business, Engineering or related discipline
• Three years’ experience in the field of training, or Vocational skills development would be an added
• Computer literate
• Provide regular and consistent technical assistance during the implementation and trainings of the
Entrepreneurship and skills development component, under the Cash for Assets project within the Juba
• Take a proactive
lead in the identification of partner institutions, for placement of targeted beneficiaries for
• Identify the specific needs of trainees (women and youth) for entrepreneurship development, employment
and job placement based on the baseline results;
• To Supervise the Field Facilitators delivering entrepreneurship and skills development trainings, ensuring that
the trainings are in line with project curricula, and quality information dissemination techniques are employed.
• The Field Officer (Entrepreneurship) will contribute in the development of training curriculum, tools and
facilitate or cofacilitate
entrepreneurship related trainings for Field Facilitators.
• Support the systematic delivery of entrepreneurship training sessions to the target Programme beneficiaries
and the entire community.
• Submit regular progress report to the project Cocoordinator
for continuous assessment of the effectiveness
and the impact of the Programme.
• Contribute in preparation of posttraining
programmes and adaption and utilization of existing training
materials relevant to women and youth enterprises;
• Facilitate procurement of required inputs for posttraining
support in line with the plan;
• Supervise work of the implementation partners to ensure quality delivery in training and post training support
and enterprise promotion;
• Undertake regular site visits to all project activities to monitor enterprise activities and resolve problems as
World Vision has been working in South Sudan since 1989 and was one of the few aid agencies that provided emergency assistance during war to the displaced populations in what was then the Southern Sudan region of Sudan. After the country became independent in 2011, World Vision began recovery and development activities.