The Department of Education (DoE), CTA has initiated a five year (2019 – 2023) project titled “Enhanced Education for Resilience of Tibetan Youth (EERTY)” funded by the Canadian Government. For this project, DoE, CTA has created a new position of Gender and Entrepreneurship Coordinator and is pleased to announce a job opening vacancy. DoE, CTA is looking for an applicant who is dynamic, committed, who has served in any organizations or institutions for a minimum period of two years on gender and has a strong desire to serve the community.

Educational Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree (desirable) or Bachelor’s degree with a minimum mark of 50% from a recognized University in the following courses:
  • Gender Studies or Women Studies
  • Development related studies
  • Social science or Social Work

Interested applicants fulfilling the above educational qualification can submit their application to the Department of Education, CTA before May 20, 2019, through email. Eligible candidates will be called for a face-to-face interview. The date and venue of interview will be intimated through email.


The required documents are:

  • A one-page personal statement
  • Job experience certificate from the concerned organization
  • Copy of applicant’s Green Book (Dues paid till Dec 2018)
  • Copy of applicant’s Registration Certificate (Updated)
  • Copy of Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Certificates
  • No Objection Letter if employed

Core Responsibilities

  • Work in close coordination with the Gender and Education specialist staff and the Entrepreneurship consultant of Agriteam Canada and project team members within DoE and review all educational materials for gender content,
  • work towards mainstreaming gender in all EERTY project activities, and strengthen the entrepreneurship program under EERTY
  • Work in close coordination and collaboration with the CTA’s Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) and the Tibetan Entrepreneurship Development (TED).


Gender Program

  • Visit schools and communities where there are gender-related projects being implemented through both EERTY and other CTA projects. Track the progress of various women and gender-related programs to ensure quality, consistency, and compliance
  • Prepare detailed work plans and report related to the gender component of the EERTY program for internal and external use
  • Raise awareness of CTA and DoE’s gender programs in schools and communities
  • Develop sector and issue expertise for successful implementation of women and gender programs under CTA
  • Collect and document the program ‘s best practices, lessons learned, baseline studies, success stories, and impacts
  • Ensure the maintenance of accurate and timely program data records including uploading data on SARD PMIS
  • Develop a network with other organizations and funding agencies working on women empowerment and gender and development programs


  • Assist TED in managing and coordinate the design, delivery and impact measurement of the School Entrepreneurship Education and Training (SEET) Program
  • Assist TED in developing and maintaining a relationship with consultants, advisors, senior management at Tibetan Schools and related stakeholders
  • Work closely with the various school administrations to assist in mainstreaming entrepreneurship education in the high school curriculum (Grades 11-12)
  • Undertake marketing, communication, and human resource and develop appropriate marketing materials, press releases and articles about the SEET program
  • Document all the activities related to the program and meet targets set by the management
  • Submit narrative and financial reports on a given time


Note: No application will be entertained after the given deadline.


For any queries, contact: Tenzin Gelek: [email protected]


Posted by:

Project Section

Department of Education, CTA

Gangchen Kyishong, Dharamsala – 176215

District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India

Phone: +91.01892. 226695, 222572 and 222721

Website: www.sherig.org, www.lamton.org, www.facebook.com/doe.lobyon    May 03, 2019


[ultimatesocial count="true" networks="facebook,twitter,google,print,mail"]