Plan International , an international, independent, humanitarian and development organization with a presence in more than 70 countries, focused on building effective alliances to work for a just world that promotes children’s rights and equality for girls, invites you to participate in the call to fill the following vacancy in Tumbes :

Community Project Facilitator

Purpose of the position: Facilitates participatory development processes in schools and/or local spaces that impact the objective of the Safe Horizons project: Andean Alliance for Disaster- Resilient Education/ Horizontes Seguros: Alianza Andina para la Educación Resiliente ante Desastres, an initiative that seeks to advocate for safe, equitable and continuous access to education, based on disaster risk management and violence prevention.

Accompanies the planning, implementation and monitoring processes of the project, within the framework of the country strategy 2022 – 2027 of Plan International Peru, in the districts of Contralmirante Villar and Tumbes (Tumbes region). The project response will seek to ensure that education systems and educational communities are better prepared to respond to disasters and violence, and will drive safe and inclusive access to and retention in education for children who are out of school or at risk. abandoning it in violence-affected and disaster-prone communities. In Peru this response will be implemented with sectoral authorities and technicians, educational institutions, civil society organizations and educational communities in the targeted areas.


  • Professional in social sciences, humanities, psychology, social work and related areas.
  • Minimum three years’ experience in facilitating community and/or regional development processes, and at least two years in educational environments.
  • Two years of experience in training children, adolescents and adults with participatory methodology
  • Knowledge about children’s rights and local protection systems.
  • Knowledge of the situation of education in contexts of multiple threats.
  • Knowledge and management of the gender and intercultural approach.
  • Management office at the user level.

Other skills:

  • Effective and assertive communication (verbal and written).
  • Organization and planning.
  • Empathy and dynamism to work with children, adolescents and young people.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at once.
  • Problem solving and negotiation.
  • Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
  • Stress management and emergency and disaster situations.
  • Teamwork
  • Empathy with gender equality and interculturality.


Opportunity to join a solid international organization, with possibilities for professional development, life and accident insurance, and EPS medical insurance covered at 75% (optional), benefits for personal well-being.

How to apply

Interested persons who meet the above requirements must send their CV, indicating their salary expectations on the form, to the following link: until May 28, 2024