|Directorate:||Programmes and Policies||Job Family:|
|Reports to:||Women’s Rights Coordinator||Grade:||D|
|Role Overview:||To plan and implement the Women Rights activities across all AAIS programme with the support of Women’s Rights Coordinator. Ensure women rights are streamlined and at the centre of AAIS programing work. To build strong women rights alliances at local, regional and national level for advocacy and networking.|
|Key Accountabilities / Responsibilities:||Key Activities|
|Strategy development||· Support women’s rights strategic, leadership, management and policy directions for the country programme
|Relationship Building and networking||
|Monitoring and Evaluation||
|Education &Experience||· Bachelor’sdegree in Gender studies, social sciences or other relevant areas
· Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in women rights programme and working with INGO.
|Essential knowledge and skills||· Familiarity with the women rights context it affects the programmes.
· Excellent analytical and strategic planning skills
· In depth knowledge of current debates and thinking on women’s rights
· Good contacts and relationships with women’s rights networks and movements.
· Experience in leading advocacy, research, monitoring, and campaigns
· Excellent spokesperson and proficiency at dealing with media.
· Knowledge on project management cycle
· Community development skills
· Knowledge of MS Office suites.
· Effective time management, conflict management and negotiation skills
· Risk Orientation
· Capacity building and training skills
· Proficiency in English and Somali
· Coaching and mentoring skills
|Desirable Knowledge and Experience||· Knowledge of Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA)|
|Competency||What it looks like|
|Cross-cultural||Knowledge, skills, and affect/motivation that enable individuals to adapt effectively in cross-cultural environments.|
|Risk oriented||Ability to recognize risks and mitigate risks accordingly|
|Planning||The ability to think ahead and decide on courses of action, ensuring that the resources required to implement the action will be available, and scheduling work required to achieve an end result|
|Innovation||The ability to originate, introduce and be open to, new practices, concepts, ideas and change and to continuously improve|
|Integrity||Is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles and uprightness.|
|Communication||The ability to get our points across clearly, both orally and in writing, to ensure we get our key messages across in the right way|
|Collaboration||The ability to work co-operatively and flexibly with others, both within and outside the organisation, demonstrating an understanding of effective team working and partnerships|
|Leadership & Management||The capacity to inspire others to give of their best to achieve a desired result, whilst maintaining effective relationships with individuals and teams as a whole and allocating resources|
|Negotiation skills||Involves being able to discuss and reach a mutually satisfactory agreement.|
|Confidentiality||Ability to abide by a set of rules or a promise that limits access or places restrictions on the release of certain types of information.|
Interested and qualified applicants who meet the required qualification and experiences are invited to submit their CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject heading is Women’s Rights Officer – Not later than 23rd August at 4:00 pm.