Peace Corps Morocco is seeking to engage the local market on the requirements listed below.

Language and Cross-Culture Facilitator (LCF)

Peace Corps Morocco is seeking twenty (20) Language and Cross-Culture Facilitators (LCF) who will be responsible for teaching communicative language skills and building cultural competence among Peace Corps Trainees (PCTs) during an intensive training program. The LCF works closely with a small group of Trainees throughout the duration of Pre-Service Training, conducting language and cross-culture classes and activities within the Peace Corps competency-based curriculum framework, effectively using a variety of language training techniques, methodologies, and activities. The LCF is responsible for the implementation and monitoring of daily language classes, as well as coordinating and overseeing the community assignments of PCTs. In addition to language and culture classes, the LCF supports Trainees in their homestay by facilitating communication and trouble-shooting problems with both Trainees and their Moroccan families. The LCF acts as a resource person and provides feedback in the evaluation of Trainees’ progress and performance towards meeting training competencies.

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All applications must be received by June 15, 2019.


The United States Peace Corps seeks a qualified medical doctor to serve as a backup healthcare provider (PCMO), based in Rabat. The backup provider will provide health care to U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Morocco and offer temporary coverage to the Peace Corps health unit whenever Peace Corps Medical Officers (PCMO) are absent or traveling outside Morocco. In addition to this temporary coverage, the Backup Healthcare Provider must also be available for ‘on call phone duty’ a minimum of one weekend per month to provide assistance to Volunteers as needed during the on call duty period.

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All applications must be received by July 05, 2019.