NGO/UN Job Vacancy
Organization: CARE USA
Closing date: 22 May 2017
CARE is seeking a Dignified Work Impact Growth Strategy Coordinator who will represent an exciting opportunity to lead the design and implementation of the Dignified Work in Asia Impact Growth Strategy (IGS) which has the overall objective of achieving the economic empowerment of 15 million women by 2020. The related outcomes are to improve legal and social protections and the performance of supply chains for women, strengthen women’s collective voice and leadership, and improve women’s control over their rights and earnings.
This will be achieved through strengthening women’s representation and leadership to improve the accountability of power-holders, advocating for improved policies, protections and practices as part of coalitions with labor rights movements, and partnering with the private sector, trade unions and communities to deliver behavior change and improved working conditions.
The Impact Growth Strategy Coordinator’s primary function will be to lead the implementation of the Strategy and ensure that key milestones are met throughout the year and that budget expenditure and reporting are carried out in a timely fashion. The IGS Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating with peers in CARE Country Offices across the region to monitor and report on the delivery of the Strategy and will work closely with CARE's Global Dignified Work Adviser and the Asia Regional Advocacy Manager (to be recruited).
The IGS Coordinator will be expected to lead the development of developing an annual IGS Report for both internal (e.g. CARE member Board Members) and external audiences (e.g. donors).
- Strategy Development
- Project management
- Financial and Risk Management:
- Representation of the Impact Growth Strategy
- Masters (or Bachelor’s degree with relevant work experience) in a field related to international development;
- 5 years international development experience;
- Experience in designing, implementing and reviewing programs for results knowledge of issues and trends on women’s economic empowerment, labor rights and/or working conditions in global supply chains in Asia;
- Understanding of political context and regional institutions in south and south East Asia;
- Excellent writing, editing, and communications skills in English strong analytical skills.
The location for this position may be negotiable. It may be home-based depending on location or based in one of the CARE offices in the Asia region. The position is funded for two years.
How to apply:
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