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Regional Policy And Advocacy Advisor
Skills and Experience Required:
- Degree in international relations, anthropology/social/political sciences, law, gender studies, or another relevant field.
- A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in policy, advocacy, research, and/or political representation with an international organization.
- Strong networking skills and excellent collaboration traits with proven experience in building and managing effective relationships and partnerships.
- At least 3 years of program experience working in a humanitarian or development context overseas.
- Policy analysis, advocacy, and influencing experience including experience in organizing events;
- Understanding of current policy debates relating to hunger, conflict, and resilience;
- Excellent written and verbal English including the ability to produce clear articulate evidence-based policy analysis;
- A proven self-starter with the capacity to think strategically, work independently and demonstrate sound judgment and has a proven track record in managing multiple responsibilities and meeting tight deadlines;
- Ability to work across directorates and foster collaboration with a diverse range of stakeholders across and beyond the organization;
- An innovative and creative thinker with the ability to prioritize and effectively manage a portfolio of diverse projects;
- Ability to respond flexibly to changing priorities and to set and work to deadlines;
- Willingness to travel to field locations including insecure humanitarian contexts;
- The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate a high level of commitment to the mission, vision, and values of Concern Worldwide, have a positive and professional work attitude, exhibit a very strong work ethic; be driven to always attain a standard of excellence.
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- Fluency in written and spoken French.
Workplace Equality, Diversity, And Inclusion Adviser
- In consultation and co-operation with relevant Concern colleagues:
- Design, develop and deliver workplace equality, diversity, and inclusion training modules and inputs for Concern staff – both online and in person.
- Design and develop short training modules for other Concern colleagues to deliver with their teams in order to reinforce learning, and for staff who are unable to participate in online learning.
- Design and develop resources and materials to communicate Concern’s workplace, equality, diversity, and inclusion values, and to promote discussion and learning in team meetings.
This will involve engaging and working with external contractors.
- Be responsible for the internal communication and promotion of Concern’s workplace, equality, diversity, and inclusion values; good practice from across the organization; and relevant resources. This will include setting up and managing an online space for workplace equality, diversity and inclusion.
- Organize and facilitate consultation workshops with staff on particular topics, as required.
- Provide administrative and facilitation support to staff resource groups and networks focused on workplace equality, diversity, and inclusion.
- Organize whole organization events and actions to highlight and celebrate equality, diversity, and inclusion such as International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
- Raise any issues or suggestions regarding workplace equality, diversity, and inclusion learned when delivering staff training sessions, etc with appropriate staff/in appropriate fora, in order to promote improvement.
- Identify and promote external training programmes, webinars, and resources with a view to enhancing employee understanding and practice in the area of equality, diversity, and inclusion.
- Identify external trends and recognize best practices to increase diversity and promote equality and inclusion amongst Concern’s workforce.
- Contribute to the development of policies and procedures relevant to workplace equality, diversity, and inclusion.
- Build and develop good sustainable relationships with all stakeholders, working collaboratively with them to achieve common goals.
- Accept, advance, and pursue any new objectives or responsibilities assigned by the Head of Workplace Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Skills and Experience Required:
- A proven commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion.
- A degree/masters and 7+ years of experience working on the promotion of equality.
- Excellent analysis of power, and understanding of the issues that people from the range of groups that experience inequality and marginalization face.
- Experience in group facilitation and developing and delivering training.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication, and social media skills.
- Ability to research and design awareness-raising materials.
- Ability to work with a range of stakeholders collaboratively, in a conscientious and inclusive way.
- Ability to deal with difficult and challenging conversations.
- Solution-focused with the ability to question and think creatively.
- Good Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills.
- Experience working with Concern or another non-governmental organization.
- Empathy and understanding of Concern’s values and goals.
- Fluency in written and spoken English.
Method of ApplicationInterested and qualified? Go to Concern Worldwide on jobs.concern.net to apply