Peace Corps Colombia is seeking to engage the local market on the requirements listed below.
MASTER TRAINER - MT
The MT will assist the Training Manager in all aspects of training programs and shall provide or perform the following main services and duties, between others: Supports the Training Manager by overseeing the quality of implementation of the training programs; Designs, implements and manages Training of Trainers events in coordination with the TM; Assists the Training manager in implementing training assessment tools, analyzing the effectiveness of the training program and planning for appropriate changes; Supervises others with support from the TM in training, mentoring and coaching to assure their job effectiveness in the planning, implementation and evaluation of sector; Provides monitoring, evaluation, feedback and follow-up to all technical and language trainers for their professional development; Facilitates the Programming Training and Evaluation (PTE) Alignment Process for Programming Teams for their entire Training and workshops.
TRAINING FAMILIES & LOGISTICS ASSISTANT - TFLA
Responsible for identifying training towns/sites and the selection of appropriate Host Families for the Volunteers (Trainees). Find appropriate venues in order to carry out sector training activities. Serve as support to Program and Training Specialist (PTS) in the coordination of sector specific related activities which will lead to an effective training. Reproduce materials, distribute tools, transport, assemble and disassemble equipment, prepare venues for event. Coordinate all training logistics, venue payment negotiations, etc. Coordinate with the administrative department in identifying periodic requirements for Trainee financial support (family payments, per diem, etc.) and deliver payment to host families. Carry out logistics of training activities, including Trainees transportation, provision of AV equipment in good working order, assists in procurement of conference sites, assists in negotiations of charges for services at such sites. Seek out strategies to maintain Training host families. Serves as back-up to the Host Family Coordinator. This is a physically demanding position. Travel will often require working into the evening or weekend hours and/or overnight stays. The TFLA will often be required to travel alone or in groups (driving Trainees)
Psychological Services Consultant / Provider
Peace Corps is in need of acquiring the consulting services of a licensed psychologist to consult foreign volunteers living and working on the Caribbean Coast of Colombia that require psychological assessments, including diagnosis, assessment of risk, and conceptualization of maladaptive mechanisms contributing to and/or maintaining symptoms and problem behaviors.