Conciliation Resources is an independent organisation working with people in conflict to prevent violence and build peace. We have one vacancy available at present.
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- Full-time (37.5 hours), London-based
- £40,845.06 plus 9% pension contribution
- Fixed term contract to end 2019
- 25 days annual leave and 3 Christmas office closure days and UK bank holidays
- Season ticket loan/Childcare voucher scheme/Bike hire purchase scheme
- Closing date: 9am (UK time) Wednesday 7 September 2016
- Interviews: W/C 12 September 2016
We are seeking an individual with strong gender and programme management expertise and experience to help Conciliation Resources deliver on the gender-related outcomes in our five-year strategic plan. They will also lead our external engagement on gender. The postholder will sit within our Accord, Policy and Practice team of four. The duties of the role include:
- Lead on developing the gender-sensitivity of Conciliation Resources’ programmatic work, policy messages, learning and communications outputs, as well as organisational management practice, acting as a resource person and adviser to staff;
- Lead Conciliation Resources’ external engagement on gender, including through policy engagement, high-level representation, and the provision of training and expertise;
- Strengthen the evidence base and support learning from our work on gender through documentation and analysis;
- Lead on or support the delivery of selected gender-related projects.
The successful candidate will have proven experience of providing practical advice and expertise on gender-sensitivity in programming to staff and partners, as well as an ability to summarise and communicate complex information and arguments clearly and accurately and write for a variety of audiences.
They will be able to work as part of a team as well as independently, and be prepared to undertake overseas travel to programme contexts and Europe/US. Computer literate (and preferably experience of working in a MAC environment)