Palestine Technical University - Kadoorie (PTUK) has received a grant from the Quality Improvement Fund (QIF) - Education to Work Transition Project - Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The World Bank has funded this grant for the project titled: (Mihnati – My Profession). This project aims to adopt the dual study and cooperative education models for several PTUK programs. Accordingly, PTUK seeks the selection and employment of a (Local Consultant in Gap Analysis Studies).
PTUK is now considering the selection of a highly qualified local consultant who has strong experiences in conducting and analyzing a gap analysis study of market needed competencies for the project mentioned above. The consultant will be part of the consultation team, who will conduct and lead the adoption of the dual study models for four two-year diploma degree programs in Technical Accounting, Air Conditioning, Industrial Automation and Interior Design and Decoration, and one cooperative education model for a bachelor’s degree program in Autotronics Engineering.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities
The Consultant will be responsible to acoomplishing the following tasks:
Essential Required Qualifications and Professional Experience
§ Time Frame:February 4, 2018 to April 10, 2018
§ Work Load:Expected level of effort for this assignment is 20 working days
§ Contract Type:Lump sum contract
How to apply
Interested and qualified individual consultant/s are encouraged to send PDF copies of their resumes and cover letters to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the title – Local Consultant in Gap Analysis Studies - in the Subject line, no later than January 29, 2018.