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Employment Policy Research – SNKEs
|Location:||Middle East / North Africa|
|City/Cities Location Details:||Ankara|
|Project title: Technical Assistance for Improving Job and Vocational Counseling Services
Brief description of the project:
Technical Assistance for Improving Job and Vocational Counselling Services is a three-year project focusing on an enhanced capacity building, incorporating new research studies, establishing cooperation and coordination mechanisms, and improved awareness. The overall goal of the project is to support the Turkish Public Employment Service (İŞKUR) in improving the policy-making capacity of İŞKUR and to contribute to the quality, efficiency, coordination, and diversity of public and private employment services. More specifically it will increase the institutional capacity of the beneficiary and improve the capacity of the public employment services.
The purpose of the project is to enhance the capacity of İŞKUR to deliver job and vocational counseling (JVC) services more efficiently and to reach more job seekers and employers through improving JVC services.
The project is funded by the European Union and implemented by DAI until October 2023.
Brief description of the assignment :
Inclusive Service Delivery Models for Disadvantaged Groups (women, young people/NEET, people with disabilities, long-term unemployed, migrants, ex-convicts)
Task and Duties:
Working with Key Expert 3 (KE3), the Team Leader, and İŞKUR in accordance with the tasks and duties set out below, the SNKEs – Employment Policy Research Expert will be responsible for:
SNKEs will work under the direct supervision of KE3 and the overall supervision of the Team Leader (KE1). The experts will work in close cooperation with the studies working group established in İŞKUR. SNKE will be assisted by a Junior Non-Key Expert.
Outputs and Expected Deliverables:
Each SNKE – Employment Policy Research is responsible for outputs and deliverables below:
Reports will be prepared in Turkish and to be translated into English by the TAT.
Reports will be printed and distributed in a determined number by TAT.
Commencement date of the project: mid of May 2021
Duration of the assignment: Up to 180 days (30 SNKE days for each report – including revisions)
Qualifications and skills:
General professional experience:
Candidates are requested to submit together with their application letter and CVs, samples of their studies and /or publications that they developed in previous assignments or links to those.