Job Details
Position: Programme Head, Gender Justice and Diversity Programme
No of Vacancy: N/A
Job Description/Responsibilities:

Provide strategic management/ guidance into planning and ensuring implementation of the GJD interventions on gender integration plan/ approach with selected programs and enterprises
Collaborate with BRAC programmes and enterprises to ensure sector specific gender mainstreaming designs and methodologies and developing new initiatives from gender perspective to achieve BRAC gender goals and inclusion at various levels
Ensure GJD support for strengthening gender responsive organisational development including staff capacity building, Gender Mainstreaming platform like GFP in BRAC along with promoting gender friendly environment and redressing sexual harassment at workplace
Coach and mentor GJD staff to improve their analytical skills, develop team spirit and cooperative attitudes among project personal and different stakeholders
Facilitate to develop gender responsive M&E system in selected program, department and as whole organisation to ensure tracking and reporting of gender equality results with BRAC interventions
Ensure functioning of BRAC led networks, partnerships and alliances towards policy advocacy on Gender Equality, VAWC, Ending Child Marriage issues and Engage Men and Boys at national, regional and global level
Oversee and guide capturing gender equality knowledge and learning from BRAC’s interventions for evidence based gender advocacy and policy changes
Oversee GJD’s communication and documentation related activities, development of IEC, BCC and other communication materials
Develop project proposal based on the context of gender, women empowerment, EVAW and sexual and reproductive health
Oversee and finalize GJD’s budget, audit, procurement and other resources
Ensure all progress reports, donor report, report to Govt etc. and timely summation and maintain effective communication with impact with donors, government line ministry and relevant stakeholders including SPA and Gender Team
Manage and Supervise the key staff of GJD at HO level and performance appraisal including managing grievance of the team
Support BRAC senior management for adopting new strategic directions on gender justice and diversity issues
Establish a safeguarding culture across all levels of the programme by implementing the safeguarding policy and follow its reporting procedure in case of any reportable incident. Act as a key source of support, guidance and expertise for establishing a safe working environment and ensure that team members have the required means to act in accordance with the policy and its procedure
Any other work assign by Director and Senior Management
Educational Requirements:
Masters in Social Science/ Sociology/ Anthropology/ Social Work/ Women and Gender Studies/ Psychology from any recognized university with all second class/ division or equivalent GPA/ CGPA 2.00 in all academic examinations
Experience Requirements:
At least 12 years of professional experience on Gender Analysis, Gender Mainstreaming, Women Empowerment and Leadership Development, Global gender issues and challenges both at organisational and programmatic level
Additional Job Requirements:

Active involvement with women movement at national, regional and global level
Experience in gender responsive project design and set indicator to measure the gender equality progress
Must demonstrate accountability, collaboration, creativity, integrity
Have skills on communication with impact
Have leadership ability and people management skills
Strong understanding on Gender Analysis tools and practical knowledge and skills to use them
Collaboration experience in gender integration/ mainstreaming with sectoral programmes/ Projects
Age Range: N/A
Salary Range: Negotiable
Other Benefits:
Festival Bonus, Contributory Compulsory Provident Fund, Gratuity, Health and life Insurance and others
Job Location:
BRAC Head Office
Other Way to Apply:
You may send your updated cv to resume@brac.net mentioning the position name in subject line
Last Apply Date: 29/May/2019