Qualifications and competencies
• Degree in Gender Studies, Social Work and Social Administration, Adult Education, Sociology or another relevant graduate qualification. Significant work experience can be used in-place of academic qualifications.
• 5 years of proven practical experience in implementing and providing technical support to gender transformative programs and/or of community development work
• Demonstrated skills in participatory techniques, community mobilization and facilitation, Experience of working with at grassroots levels with women and men from different cultures and facilitating conversations around sensitive/taboo topics, such as masculinity, sexuality and power.
Well developed analytical and inter-personal communication skills, including intermediate oral and written communication skills, and sound judgment and decision-making. English language skills appreciated but not required
• Demonstrated ability to network, build relationships and establish collaboration with different partners, local agencies and international networks.
• Working knowledge in M&E, report writing and documentation.
• Willingness to work with crisis affected communities in humanitarian settings. Previous experience of having done so is desirable.
• Experience working with large, cross-cultural teams on projects with multiple deliverables is desirable.