- Only Bangladeshi national are eligible to apply
- Job Type: Fixed Term
- Salary & Benefits: BDT. 10,564,51 (13th months) per annum gross with other benefits e.g. medical for spouse and children, contributory Provident fund, gratuity, leave & Insurance etc.
- Reporting to :
- Direct report: Gender Justice Programme Manager
- Matrix report: Economic Justice Resilience Programme Manager
Job Description / Responsibility
We are looking for a dynamic team player who will the foremost purpose of the position is to ensure appropriate consideration and application of gender aspects of implementation, compliance monitoring, reporting and capacity building of 13 REECALL 2021 implementing partners. REECALL 2021 is the second phase of the Resilience through Economic Empowerment, Climate Adaptation, Leadership and Learning (REE-CALL) framework program of Oxfam in Bangladesh.
Post Graduate Degree in social science, preferably in Women and Gender Studies
At least 5 year(s)
- Minimum 5 years' experiences in the relevant development field
- Significant field experience of gender programming in several emergency and humanitarian crisis.
- Proven experience in working with larger team as mediator.
- Extensive experience in capacity development role at mid-ground level and good ability to facilitate learning and knowledge management specially at the field level.
- Excellent communicator with strong verbal, written and reporting skills in English.
- Experience of designing and delivering training and developing training materials, reports.
- Proficiency in information technology/ computer skills.
- Proven Gender Sensitive approach at field level monitoring,
- Training and facilitation
- Networking and coordinating skills
- Ability to analyze data and provide a specific focus on women and girls issues in relevant program
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Oxfam employs more than six thousand people in 90 countries who share a commitment to work together to end poverty and suffering. It is committed to ensure diversity and gender equality within the organization and welcomes applications from women, person with disability and under-represented groups. Oxfam does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on their HIV/AIDS status. The organization has been working in Bangladesh since the War of Independence and has established a permanent country office in 1972. Since then it has responded to all major emergencies in the country. Oxfam's current program focuses on Economic Justice & Resilience, Gender and Women?s Leadership and Humanitarian Capacity Building and Response.http://www.oxfam.org.uk/