Professional/Technical qualifications – a bachelor’s degree in law, gender, social sciences or governance-related field.
Demonstrated ability to multi-task between direct programme implementation and partners’ management with positive outcomes.
Proof of ability to work independently to deliver project outcomes and results as well as any other tasks that may be delegated from time to time.
Proven ability to analyse complex contexts, monitor change and translate this analysis into problem solving strategies that can be communicated in developing appropriate plans which have impact.
Proven analytical and conceptual thinking, high level research, project management knowledge and skills and experience using participatory tools and methodologies for assessment, programme identification, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Ability to gather and apply lessons learned and to communicate this learning effectively to influence others for action – both internal and external audiences.
Fund raising, donor reporting and budget management skills.
Great Partnership building skills including facilitation and networking skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills including strong negotiation skills with diverse teams.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively and sensitively with different values systems and cultures.
A high level of self-awareness, initiative, sound judgement, personal energy and flexibility.
Excellent computer skills particularly in MS Word, Excel and Power Point.