Senior Advisor, Gender and Peacebuilding - Materni...
Posted on Jan 18, 2019 by Conciliation Resources
Fixed-term contract - 12 months
London-based, with occasional travel
Salary: £43,991.96 gross per annum plus 9% employer pension contribution
Closing date: 9.00am UK time 22 January 2019
Interviews: 4 February 2019.
Start date - on or around 11 March 2019 with some flexibility.
We are seeking a Senior Advisor, Gender and Peacebuilding for a one-year maternity over contract. The post holder leads on setting organisational priorities for work on gender, ensuring organisational coherence of approach. The post holder supports delivery of Conciliation Resources' gender-related outcomes as part of its five-year strategic plan. The purpose of the role is:
To integrate gender-sensitivity into Conciliation Resources' programming, monitoring and evaluation and learning work, providing expert advice, input and training as needed;
To lead Conciliation Resources' external thematic engagement on gender, through strategic policy and donor engagement, high-level representation, guidance to staff, and the provision of training and expertise;
To lead on the design and delivery of high-quality, practice-based gender research and outputs, policy messages and communications outputs;
To lead on the development and integration of diversity and inclusion into organisational management policy and practice through the Gender Action Plan; and
To manage and report on specific gender-related project activities.
Extensive proven experience of providing practical advice, expertise and accompaniment to staff and partners in developing gender-sensitive peacebuilding programmes
Experience of successful programme or project management, including design, budget development and management, monitoring and evaluation, learning and reporting
Experience of policy formulation, advice and successful high-level advocacy in the areas of gender, conflict, security or international development
Experience in design, implementation and delivery of high-level research and analysis in the areas of gender, conflict, security or international development
Experience in training, facilitation and public presentations
Successful fundraising experience
Experience of managing staff or consultants
Experience of living or working in a conflict-affected society (desirable)