|Date Posted:||Jan 19, 2010|
|Closing Date:||Jan 25, 2010|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||20000 - 40000 USD undefinedUSD|
|Years of Experience:||5 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Possibility of Contract Extension:||No|
|Contract Type:||Short Term|
|Probation Period:||1 month|
The post is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring the We Can End Violence Against Women Campaign in Afghanistan. The campaign is part of Oxfam South Asiaâ€™s We Can campaign. The post is a key part of the Gender Team and the post holder will also be involved in other activities of the Gender Team as appropriate.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Å¸ Contribute in development of campaign concept, strategy, approaches, operational plan and budget. As and when required identify areas where more in-depth research and analysis is required and communicate this to the Country Gender Advisor; and undertake some research on violence against women.
Å¸ With the help of the teams, collect information on violence against women in an appropriate manner, document it and give recommendations to address it through on-going and/or specific interventions.
Å¸ Execute the campaign strategy and implementation plan with measurable impact.
Å¸ Organise and lead consultations at various levels of the Civil Society to create broad-based ownership of the campaign.
Å¸ Liaise closely with the Oxfam South Asia Regional Campaign Team to ensure the Afghanistan Campaign is planned and executed within the regional framework.
Å¸ Develop and maintain effective partnerships with Civil Society networks and movements to build national and provincial strategic alliances
Å¸ Develop indicators and institute monitoring and evaluation systems to track and systematically report impact of the campaign.
Å¸ Identify and communicate to the gender advisor the broader capacity building needs of the relevant team members on the We Can campaign.
Å¸ Ensure timely/quality donor reporting.
Å¸ Field visit to OXFAM GB target area
SKILLS AND COMPETENCE: (E) = Essential (D) = Desirable
Å¸ Proven work experience on issues around gender (E) and on issues around Violence against Women (D)
Å¸ Ability to communicate and advocate on gender (E)
Å¸ Excellent conceptual and analytical skills that demonstrate strategic and creative thinking and planning. (E)
Å¸ The ability to work with colleagues as a member of a team. (E)
Å¸ Ability and willingness to travel in provinces (E)
Å¸ Skills in analysis and report writing. (E)
Å¸ Good knowledge of Afghan civil society (E)
Å¸ Fluency in English and in Dari (E)
Å¸ Proven knowledge and experience of campaigning on issues of social change, preferably in gender related issues. (D)
Å¸ Proven experience of influencing and networking, including with media. Excellent presentation, articulation and communication skills (D)
Å¸ Good numerical and IT knowledge. (D)
Å¸ University degree in social science or similar. (D)
Å¸ High level of creativity and innovative problem solving. (D)