Demonstrated knowledge and skills in mainstreaming gender in program design, management, monitoring and evaluation, including application of SPHERE and IASC standards, with a minimum of 7 years working on humanitarian and development issues.
International experience in assessment, gender analysis, program development, evaluation, project proposal and budget preparation (at least 10 years). Familiarity with UN resolutions relating to Gender in Emergencies.
Demonstrated skills and experience in capacity building, and designing and delivering training in multi-country contexts, with high intercultural sensitivity.
Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing contexts, manage workflows, balance competing priorities and work effectively in a small, diverse, remote and busy team environment.
High level written and verbal communication skills.
Field experience in an emergency response context, preferably with an international NGO, is highly desirable.
Representational skills including experience developing networks and relationships with government, civil society and other stakeholders.
Ability to work with diverse and multi-lingual teams
Proven ability to communicate with impact to internal and external audiences
Proven excellent coordination and facilitation skills
Fluency in one and working knowledge of at least one additional CARE language (the CARE languages are English, French, Spanish and Arabic)
How to apply:
As we are looking to fill in this consultancy assignment as soon as possible, we invite interested and qualified consultants to submit their CVs and a covering letter of interest in English to firstname.lastname@example.org at their earliest convenience. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.