Lead Technical Adviser and Capacity Development Manager
|Title:||Lead Technical Adviser and Capacity Development Manager|
The programme will have four components:
- Designing, piloting and testing new theory-driven violence prevention approaches.
- Systematically planning, implementing and rigorously evaluating a range of approaches to scaling-up violence prevention efforts, translating proof-of-concept evidence into robust, large-scale programmes.
- Strengthening long-term capability and capacity of partner organizations (e.g. grassroots, government, research) to deliver cutting-edge violence prevention programmes across grantees and the UK Government (notably DFID and FCO).
- Using evidence to drive more effective national and global responses to end VAWG.
What Works II will prevent and contribute to eliminating violence against women and girls (VAWG) through the above components. The Lead Technical Adviser and Capacity Development Manager will be responsible for managing a network of regional technical advisors, each of which will provide consistent, targeted support to the portfolio of What Works II grantees in Asia, MENA, and East, Southern, and West Africa.
The Lead Technical Advisor will also provide leadership in convening international and national advisory groups for the programme and monitor technical assistance for quality assurance across the portfolio of grants. S/he will help ensure coherence and synergy across programme partners, including systems development and targeted capacity building, while leading research initiatives in VAWG as well as the development of the VAWG helpdesk, which will provide support to program implementers, researchers and policymakers.
ICRW is looking for a Lead Technical Adviser and Capacity Development Manager for the What Works II programme who has:
A minimum 10 years professional experience in management of complex programmes to prevent VAWG, VAC, GBV or IPV. Demonstrated experience in programme design/implementation, policy and advocacy and/or research.
Experience managing multi-country technical teams, with significant emphasis on capacity building and scaling up among partners.
Prior experience implementing DFID-funded programmes and an understanding of DFID’s policies, programmes, and operations in the preventing VAWG strongly preferred. Similar experience with another comparable donor agency (EU, UN, GiZ, USAID, SIDA) will also be considered.
An advanced degree in international development, public health, research, gender equality, or another relevant field.
Technical expertise in one or more of the following areas: gender; VAWG; VAC; sexual and reproductive health and rights; education; research; funds management; life skills and economic empowerment; disability inclusion; and/or policy and advocacy.
Fluency in English required, fluency in another relevant programme language strongly preferred (e.g. Swahili, French, Arabic, Portuguese, Urdu, Bengali, understanding, reading and writing of vernacular official languages of the specific countries of Asia region, will be an added advantage.)
****Please note this position will be hired upon receipt of funding
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample.
Due to the large volume of responses we receive, ICRW is not able to provide candidacy status on an individual basis. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
ICRW is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law, where applicable. ICRW is an E-Verify Employer.
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