Pedagogical Officer

General Information

Jesuit Refugee Service- JRS
Job Type:
Education/ Training
Lebanon - Bekaa
Date Posted:
Nov 20, 2017
Employee Type:
Full-Time Employee


Main Responsibilities of the Position:
1. Evaluation and Advice
o Weekly meeting with each principal in her school.
o Monthly sit in in classes in each school. (Several teachers, different subjects and grades).
o Coaching and mentoring of the principals after agreeing with the project director on an action plan.
o Safeguarding the quality of the school.
o Assistance in recruitment and staff development for teachers.
o Conducting of trainings.
o Attending of teachers’ meeting.
2. Programming
o Research on adequate methods applicable for the schools.
o Developing of new pedagogical and educational methods for the schools.
o Developing of curricula and suggestion for appropriate educational material.
3. Reporting
o Monthly report on the educational situation in the project. Due date 5th of each month.
o Follow up with the principals on the quality of the reports from their respective schools.
4. Networking
o Close collaboration with and work in line the regional education officer.
o Attending of all relevant meetings in the Bekaa and timely reporting.
o Maintaining working relationships with the stakeholders in the sector (Government, UN, NGO, local principals).

Experience required: 2 to 3 years Education degree: Bachelor Degree Field of education: Bachelor Degree in Education or any other related filed

Company Profile

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons. JRS undertakes services at national and regional levels with the support of an international office in Rome. Founded in November 1980 as a work of the Society of Jesus, JRS was officially registered on 19 March 2000 at the Vatican State as a foundation.

JRS programmes are found in 51 countries, providing assistance to: refugees in camps and cities, individuals displaced within their own countries, asylum seekers in cities, and to those held in detention centres. The main areas of work are in the field of education, emergency assistance, healthcare, livelihood activities and social services. At the end of 2016, more than 733,400 individuals were direct beneficiaries of JRS projects.