Educational Experience & Required Competences
A minimum of a Master’s Degree (or over 5 years of relevant experience) in Gender and Development Studies, Social work, Demography, Political Science, International Relations, Sociology, Statistics, Humanitarian Studies, or other relevant qualification.
Minimum of 3 years of “hands-on” working experience in designing and implementing gender and inclusion programming, conducting gender analysis, experience in gender mainstreaming, report writing, and program work, including field experience and/or with institutional donors.
Experience in training and facilitation of gender transformative approaches, gender and development frameworks, feminist methodologies, and a good understanding of gender and conflict sensitive approaches, and gender and intersectionality.
Knowledge of research (gender research, social scientific research, feminist methodologies) writing skills, and transformative approaches like the Rapid Care Analysis, Gender Action Learning Systems, Women and Economic Empowerment Approaches, Transformative Leadership for Women’s Rights, and other related approaches are highly desirable.
Proven success in designing, implementing, and reporting on gender and inclusion programs from project inception to closeout stages.
Good knowledge of safeguarding and adherence to Oxfam’s safeguarding policy and related policies.
Strong analytical skills and experience using a computerized information management system (Microsoft Word, Excel, Statistical analysis software, field data collection tools ODK, Mwater App, Kobo Toolbox, GIS mapping, etc.)