More than 100,000 people have found their dream job through Fuzu.

CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS

Global SRHR Hub And Program Lead

Closing: Jan 8, 2023

This position has expired

Published: Dec 20, 2022 (2 months ago)

Job Requirements

Education:

Work experience:

Language skills:

Job Summary

Contract Type:

Sign up to view job details.

The Requirements

  • An undergraduate or postgraduate degree or equivalent experience in public health, human rights, political science, international development, or other specific field relevant to Plan International’s work.
  • Considerable experience and expertise within gender-transformative approaches for sexual and reproductive health and rights programming and influencing, within development and humanitarian settings.
  • Experience of leading and managing in a matrix environment, including managing remotely.
  • Proven experience in international work environments and intercultural communication, including an understanding of NGO structures, the girls and women’s equality movement and the UN human rights and humanitarian system.
  • Direct work experience in countries where Plan International operates, in one or more low- and middle-income country contexts.
  • Experience of developing strategic agendas around children’s rights and/or gender equality.
  • Experience of developing programme and influencing models on sexual and reproductive health and rights, advancing children’s rights and/or gender equality in a national and/or international context.
  • Significant experience in programme and influence design, monitoring & evaluation, learning and knowledge management.
  • Compelling influencer and communicator, comfortable driving change on sensitive topics and neglected areas of SRHR in restrictive contexts.
  • Superior organizational, scheduling, and planning skills to balance multiple activities and projects.
  • Strong initiative with the ability to work independently and solve problems with limited supervision.
  • Attention to detail as well as an ability to take a big-picture perspective.
  • Ability to adjust approaches, communication style and behaviour to work effectively across cultures and with diverse stakeholders and communities.
  • Collaborative work style and eagerness to continually learn and grow.
  • Excellent command of English, both speaking and writing.


Responsibilities

The Requirements

  • An undergraduate or postgraduate degree or equivalent experience in public health, human rights, political science, international development, or other specific field relevant to Plan International’s work.
  • Considerable experience and expertise within gender-transformative approaches for sexual and reproductive health and rights programming and influencing, within development and humanitarian settings.
  • Experience of leading and managing in a matrix environment, including managing remotely.
  • Proven experience in international work environments and intercultural communication, including an understanding of NGO structures, the girls and women’s equality movement and the UN human rights and humanitarian system.
  • Direct work experience in countries where Plan International operates, in one or more low- and middle-income country contexts.
  • Experience of developing strategic agendas around children’s rights and/or gender equality.
  • Experience of developing programme and influencing models on sexual and reproductive health and rights, advancing children’s rights and/or gender equality in a national and/or international context.
  • Significant experience in programme and influence design, monitoring & evaluation, learning and knowledge management.
  • Compelling influencer and communicator, comfortable driving change on sensitive topics and neglected areas of SRHR in restrictive contexts.
  • Superior organizational, scheduling, and planning skills to balance multiple activities and projects.
  • Strong initiative with the ability to work independently and solve problems with limited supervision.
  • Attention to detail as well as an ability to take a big-picture perspective.
  • Ability to adjust approaches, communication style and behaviour to work effectively across cultures and with diverse stakeholders and communities.
  • Collaborative work style and eagerness to continually learn and grow.
  • Excellent command of English, both speaking and writing.


You will be responsible for the overall leadership of the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Hub to ensure it delivers on ambitious objectives set by the Gender-Transformative Policy and Practice (GTPP) leadership, in coordination with the Hub Steering Group, managing the team and being accountable for budget and deliverables. The post holder is a member of the GTPP leadership team, playing a full role in setting direction for the department, agreeing on priorities, resource allocation and provisions to ensure GTPP addresses the needs and rights of girls in a holistic manner.

 

You will lead Plan International’s gender transformative practice work within the SRHR Hub, developing evidence based holistic programme and influencing models and cultivating new and existing donors and partners. you will ensure robust technical support – including learning and development initiatives – is delivered to Plan International offices. You will share expertise and knowledge to embed gender transformative policy and practice across the organisation in development and humanitarian settings.

 

Providing overall leadership and direction for the SRHR Hub team will involve; 

  • Engaging the internal senior Steering Group to support the Hub, and the Consortium members who provide funding for the Hub.
  • Collaboration with Policy and Advocacy lead and Learning and Development Advisor in SRHR Hub to take shared agenda forward.
  • Close working with Senior SRHR Advisor to ensure high-quality billable services are provided to Plan International Offices.
  • Horizontal leadership with other Hubs to ensure that all policy, advocacy and practice work is supporting the whole girl.

 

You will oversee the Hub’s strategic direction, manage the team’s operational budget (approx. 60 – 150k EUR each year), and lead internal fundraising efforts for strategic projects. This role involves communication, representation and relationship management with technical and senior staff both internally across the entire organisation, and externally with a range of partners.

 

This role leads the development of quality, evidence-base programme and influence models and ensures quality support on SRHR to Plan Country Offices (including for country strategic plans). The post-holder is expected to travel from time-to-time for international key events and regional and country support.


Applications submitted via Fuzu have 32% higher chance of getting shortlisted.

Don’t miss your chance to work at Plan International. Enter your email to start your application now