Home-based
£20 - £25 per hour
Contract, Part-time, Casual Worker
Job description

We are looking for an Educational Assistant to join the Global Animal Health Team on a temporary basis.

The objective of this short-term contract is to evaluate and update Brooke’s Training and Facilitation for Adult Learning courses and associated resources. These resources support our veterinary and animal welfare team members in delivering both theoretical and practical, clinical and welfare training to a wide range of recipients, from university faculty members to local animal health providers to rural community members.

Role details

  • Conduct an evaluation of Brooke’s existing Training and Facilitation for Adult Learners courses and resources
    • Provide recommendations for improvements
    • Identify gaps in the resource provision
  • Produce a presentation and a written evaluation in an accessible format
  • Update Brooke’s Training and Facilitation for Adult Learning courses addressing the recommendations and gaps identified in the evaluation.
  • Update and/ or create new supporting resources

Support and guidance will be provided (via zoom/ skype) and there will be scope for you to shape how you would like to approach this work and we welcome creative and innovative ideas regarding this.

Experience and qualifications

You will have an undergraduate qualification in veterinary, animal science or an education related subject plus further qualifications in education, for example veterinary or medical education.

You will have experience of developing participatory training materials and it would be advantageous if you had experience of delivering training in Low and Middle Income Countries, training those with low literacy levels, experience of developing blended learning materials and mentoring experience. 

As this is a short term contract it is essential that you have the ability to work independently and have excellent time management skills. You will also have excellent written and spoken English.

 What you will gain from Brooke

This is a great opportunity to utilise your veterinary or animal science and educational background within an INGO. You will be providing a vital contribution to a key facet of Brooke’s work. We will endeavour to create opportunities for you to present your work to Brooke colleagues and to discuss how this work fits into the work of the Global Teams at Brooke.

Posted on: 04 March 2021
Closed date: 18 March 2021
Tags: Advocacy, Teaching