Lead and coordinate efforts to incorporate GEDI perspectives into IRC’s program quality framework(s) and associated business processes.
Collaborate with Program Ambition leads and TE leaders to promote and support coherent approaches to integrating GEDI in Strategy 100 implementation.
- Ensure consistent integration of GEDI in program quality and program design frameworks and performance processes
- In collaboration with the GEDI Senior Officer, monitor progress against GEDI goals.
Support technical units to set and drive sector-specific action plans to advance GEDI transformative programming.
- Support the Inclusion Advisors to work with technical units and drive forward their GEDI in programming ambitions
- Collaborate with GEDI in TE focal points to integrate a GEDI lens in global sectoral tools and guidances and leverage opportunities for transformative change.
- Ensure strong monitoring and evaluation approaches to collect robust learning, in partnership with Inclusion Advisors and Measurement Advisors.
- Collaborate with the Research & Innovation Unit to develop evidence and build new research strategies to enable ground-breaking change in humanitarian contexts.
Demonstrated Skills and Competencies:
- Deep commitment to and knowledge of strategies to adopt intersectional feminist lens to proactively understand and work on transforming power structures, norms, and relations that perpetuate systemic inequalities, oppression, and privileges.
- Understand power dynamics and legacy of colonialism in the humanitarian sector affect organizations and the ability to increase power for communities in our operating and service delivery models.
- Experience in designing, facilitating and supporting Gender and Inclusion analyses in different contexts.
- Efficiency in bridging practical guidance and conceptual frameworks with strong design skills related to program tools and guidance.
- Experience in developing and administering trainings, ability to communicate technical expertise and standards, and implement best practice approaches
- Deep cultural sensitivity and understanding of how to operate and put forward ideas and plans in a global organization with varying contextual needs and across multiple stakeholders
- Ability to work independently and with multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams across different time zones
- Excellent spoken and written English
- Proficiency in at least one other language spoken in IRC regions (French, Arabic, Spanish, Swahili, etc.)
Education: Graduate degree required in relevant field, or equivalent work experience
Work Experience: 5+ years of related experience that includes:
- Proven record leading and influencing organizational partners to adopt intersectional feminist lens as core of programming approach and activities.
- Experience in developing and implementing tools and framework to support gender, power, and inclusion analysis
- At least 3 years field experience in humanitarian or development settings.
- Experience building communities of practice
Method of Application
Interested and qualified? Go to International Rescue Committee on rescue.csod.com to apply