Job listings for the JAD
Available Jobs
Finance Manager
The Finance Manager is responsible for establishing, implementing, and managing the proper accounting policies and procedures according the terms and conditions of the Cooperative Agreement and GoJ guidelines.
Training Officer
The Training Officer is required to design, implement and coordinate training programmes targeting participating teachers, Deaf Culture Facilitators, and parents.
Project Administrative Assistant
The Project Administrative Assistant provides HR coordination and general administration support to project staff including scheduling, data/records management, events management and tracking of staff attendance. S/he would also hold primary responsibility for the project’s public relations, communications and social media activities.
Reading /Literacy Specialist
The Reading /Literacy Specialist will be required to improve literacy levels of students within the schools for the Deaf through collaboration with teachers and school administrators through a menu of activities, interventions and through a bilingual approach to Deaf Education.
Jamaican Sign Language Interpreter/Communication Aide
Jamaican Sign Language (JSL) Tutor
The JSL Tutor must be Deaf &/or Hard of Hearing and will support the delivery of all JSL programmes for teachers, students and parents via classroom instruction and home-based stimulation. S/he will participate in the data management system of performance tracking and the resource development process to promote effective bilingual Deaf Education.
Driver
The Project Driver is responsible for supporting the implementation of project activities through ensuring that transportation needs, driving standards, passenger safety requirements, courtesy and punctuality are achieved. Must be a High School Graduate and the owner of a General Drivers’ Licence with excellent driving skills. HEART Certificate in Auto Mechanics would be an asset.
M&E Consultant
With the support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) the Jamaica Association for the Deaf is implementing a program entitled Partnership for Literacy Enhancement for the Deaf. The project will focus primarily on improving the language development of Deaf and Hard of Hearing students through guided language enrichment activities, introduction of JSL as a Subject Curriculum and training of teachers and parents in appropriate techniques for learning support. Emphasis will also be given to coaching and mentorship of school administrators and teachers to build confidence in the implementation of a sign bilingual approach and general instructional practices.
Terms of Reference - Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant