Location: West Africa: Ivory Coast |
Deadline: 8 August 2020 |
Contract: Fixed Term |
Who can apply?
Everyone with the desired qualifications
Qualifications, skills, competencies and experience
- Master’s degree (or a combination of bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience) in one of the areas of women’s leadership, political participation, feminism, resilience, gender in development, or international relations.
- Relevant training in policy analysis, policy advocacy, partnership brokering/development, civil society engagement
- Skilled facilitator, trainer and public speaker
- Complete bi-lingual fluency in French and English
- Proven ability to produce advocacy materials and to develop mechanisms to share and manage advocacy information and knowledge.
- Understanding of and familiarity with all relevant multilateral institutions, civil society, and related decision-making processes as well as knowledge of women’s economic development and gender justice issues in West Africa
- Knowledge and understanding of gender in development issues and feminist principles
- Experience working with grassroots feminist organizations in West Africa
- Excellent writing, editing, and communications skills in French and English required
- Experience in developing advocacy strategies and guiding grassroots organizations in advocacy
- Good training and facilitation skills
- Strong interpersonal skills, collaboration and belief that teamwork wins
- Curious and passionate about networking and connecting
- Strong experience in training in dialogue and negotiation
- Skilled in capturing and documenting knowledge, learning, and impact
- Lead regional advocacy strategy and Country office alignment for Collective Voice of Women within Women on the Move
- Capacity Building and creating a community of practice in West Africa around advocacy
- Partnership and engagement with external actors
- Engage in CARE Global advocacy initiatives
How to apply?
Please apply using this CARE link https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CAREUSA&cws=52&rid=5109