[New Job Vacancy] Library Coach, Literacy Field-1 job in Room to Read, (Delhi, Delhi) – Jobs in Delhi, Delhi

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Job Opening details:-
Company Name :-
Room to Read
Position Name :-
Library Coach, Literacy Field-1
Company Location :-
Delhi, Delhi
Job Category :-
Jobs in Delhi

Full Job Description :-
The Library Coach (LBC) will be responsible for supporting and coaching teachers, librarians, and principals to adopt new ways of working with children to increase their habit of reading and for setting up and ensuring a highly functioning library. The Library Coach (LbC) will be also responsible to and also support parents at community level to ensure learning at home. They will report to the Sr. Literacy Program Operations Officer/Literacy Program Operations Officer/Literacy Program Operations Associate and will not have any direct reports. This position is based at project location (District/Block/Mandal/Cluster).
Duties & Responsibilities:
Program Understanding:
Develop a thorough understanding of Room to Read’s Literacy program design
Develop a thorough understanding of EGL and read relevant literature/researches
Participate actively in online capacity building program of the RtR staff
Manage, monitor and support library program intervention and Learning at Home environment across assigned project schools and ensure adherence to the program design.
Provide support and conduct continuous capacity building/ orientation of teachers, volunteers, PRIs, SMCs about the community engagement plan in online and offline mode
Write monthly reports to supervisor on program implementation.
Provide reflective feedback on program design and implementation (especially with respect to progress towards outcomes) and demonstrate a solution-oriented approach
Serve as a technical resource to the school and community level in the area of developing reading habit in children
School and Home/community visits:
Undertake school visits when the schools are open, except for days when on official travel and leave.
Conduct home/community visits as per requirement.
Conduct orientation/sensitization of parents, SMC and PRI members on home as a learning space
Prepare weekly parents/ community engagement plan and orient them via phone calls or community visit (if the community visits are permitted)
Supports and participates in Family & Community Engagement (F&CE) activities like literacy events, parent meetings, reading campaign, summer camp and other community activities
Explore opportunities and methods of providing distance support to the teachers.
Support school librarian initial set up of the library, including site verification (if necessary), organizing community meetings, raising requisition, and coordinating delivery of furniture, books, and stationery
Collaborates with school to support minor improvements to the library space (e.g. painting)
Participates in regular teacher and librarian trainings (both center-based and school based) related to the Literacy program implementation
Regularly observes and models good library management practices and systems to designated librarian (i.e. book leveling, reading activities, check out system, etc.)
Regularly observes, demonstrates and coaches teachers and librarians in the implementation of the library period and reading activities
Coordinates formation and training of Child Management Committees
Regularly provides to the principal/headmaster an update on progress and coaches them on ways to support teachers and ensure longer term sustainability of literacy outcomes within the school
Collects monitoring data (both regular and periodic, as required), ensuring high data quality
Analyse school and community level data and information on a regular basis collected during regular school and community visit, identify corrective action to be taken and build it into school and community level planning
Training, workshop, and meeting
Participate and facilitate in regular teacher and librarian trainings (both center- based and school based) related to the Library activities and management) in online and offline mode.
Participate in development of materials, training modules and other technical resources as required
Attend review meetings at block/district/state/national level, as required, and complete all programmatic and financial reports on a timely manner.
Attend professional development training and workshops at block/district/state/national level, as required.
Attend monthly meeting with teachers, block level officials in online mode for the program update and mitigate issues
Help create awareness regarding Foundational Literacy and importance of reading at the community level.
Planning, Reporting, Documentation, and content creation
Compile and analyze ongoing assessments data conducted by school or at community level and plan to support to take corrective action in discussion with supervisors.
Analyze school and community level data and information on a regular basis collected during regular school and community visit, identify corrective action to be taken and build it into school and community level planning
Create some online content such as short audio messages/lesson plan and disseminate & support parents/Teachers/SMCs
Tracks and reports library monitoring data to ensure timely and accurate reporting to stakeholders.
Conducts ongoing planning, documentation, and reporting.
Write monthly reports to supervisor including progress data of CICO and in a template provided by RtR.
Create short audio messages/online content/lesson plan and disseminate & support parents/Teachers/SMCs
Document best practices and lessons learned and share with the Literacy Program team
Collaborate with Principal, and community to develop sustainability plan for managing literacy program components and acquiring resources after Room to Read’s support ends.
Report to the Literacy Program Operations Officer/Associate
Participate in any other activities which may be required to be undertaken to fulfill the objectives of the organization
Support in donor visits, and in any other activities which may be required to be undertaken to fulfill the objectives of the organization

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in education / social sciences or equivalent
Minimum 2- 3 years of relevant experience in development projects, preferably in education
Teaching experience at primary level preferred
Strong knowledge about education in general and language and reading practices and approaches in particular
Strong written and oral communication skills
Good interpersonal skills and a team player
Critical thinking and analytical skills
Compensation:
Room to Read offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits. Benefits include thirteenth month bonus, health insurance and a retirement plan. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, and rapidly growing organization that is transforming the lives of millions of children in developing countries on literacy and gender equality in education.
Room to Read has zero tolerance when it comes to child abuse and exploitation and believes that all children have equal rights to protection. All selected candidates will be expected to adhere to the child protection policy, code of conduct and standards and will undergo rigorous reference and background check through third party. Background check will include the verification of employment history and criminal check. Selected candidates may be required to provide additional information to conduct a background check.
Location(s)
India – Delhi
To be successful at Room to Read, you will also:
Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
Be a proactive and innovative thinker who achieves results and creates positive change
Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
Embrace diversity and a commitment to collaboration
Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment
Room to Read is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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