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  • Posted: Jul 9, 2020
    Deadline: Not specified
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    Getting well-educated, motivated teachers into Ghana’s schools is critical to improving learning outcomes and the country’s growth and development. Harnessing the energy and expertise of stakeholders across the teacher education sector, T-TEL supports innovation, inclusion, best practice and results to ensure high-quality teachers are ready to...
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    Communications & ICT Coordinator

    Reporting and Management

    •  Reports to Executive Director
    •  Works closely with Key Adviser Leadership for Learning & Institutional Development
    •  No line management responsibility

    Job Description

    • Responsible for coordinating implementation on all Communications and ICT-related activities for T-TEL working closely with the Leadership for Learning & Institutional Development Key Adviser to oversee the following activities and tasks:

    Communications

    •  Develop and implement T-TEL’s Communications Strategy to support national agencies, universities, CoEs and SHS to share messages about the efforts to enhance the status of teaching as a profession and encourage more young people to become teachers as well as publicising the new range of learning opportunities available in SHS.
    •  Take overall responsibility for T-TEL’s brand management and communications messaging including oversight of website and social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube) presence.
    •  Assist other T-TEL staff and Key Advisers to incorporate communications and key messages in their work and to use T-TEL’s communications function to increase the effectiveness and reach of their activities.
    • Information Communications Technology (ICT)
    •  Work with the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS) and Ghana Library Authority to ensure that all Colleges of Education and 5 universities have electronic B.Ed curriculum course content and materials to support learning and help overcome the shortage of relevant reading materials in CoE libraries;
    •  Support University and College of Education systems for virtual learning for teacher education, building upon the positive steps already taken during the COVID-19 related shut down of educational institutions from March 2020;
    •  Conducting a study to assess ICT needs across all SHS and then working with GES, CENDLOS and the MoE to develop a plan to address these needs and ensure that every SHS in Ghana has a web-based presence.

    Qualification Required & Experience

    Candidate Specification

    •  Postgraduate qualification or equivalent in mass communications, ICT use in Education or a relevant discipline
    •  A minimum of 5 years working experience in a communications-focused role for a government agency, private sector company or NGO.
    •  Knowledge and experience of ICT and education in Ghana including an awareness of how technology can be used to promote virtual learning.
    •  Excellent managerial and planning skills including the ability to develop complex multifaceted workplans and see them through to completion.
    •  Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders.
    •  Strong interpersonal and communication skills including excellent ICT skills and familiarity with design packages and highly conversant in use of social media and website design.
    •  Well-organised, task- and time-oriented, and with close attention to details.
    •  Excellent written English and ability to summarise complex arguments in accessible, easily understood language.
    •  Independent with the ability to use own initiative and ability to be flexible

    Method of Application

    Applications are to be submitted electronically to:

    [email protected]

    Applicants should clearly state the title of the job they are applying for in the subject line of their email and application letter.

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