No. of Vacancies
Job Description / Responsibility
- PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION (20%)
- To be responsible for the planning, organization, implementation and donor reporting of ongoing projects of IR,B.
- To lead field team for the development of quality CCA/ Resilience proposals targeting institutional and non-institutional funding.
- Program/ project development for long-term interventions and seek/or identify sources of funding for new programmers
- To prepare donor report of ongoing projects of CDR and development of effective reporting system.
- PROGRAMME MONITORING, EVALUATION AND LEARNING (20%)
- Conduct internal impact evaluations of the projects and draw adequate recommendations;
- Building on existing learning and good practice to develop and implement sound monitoring and evaluation system of the project jointly with the internal M&E team;
- Lead the project team to develop and use innovative approaches to monitor the performance of the CCA/ Resilience projects/ programs in the country;
- Build relationships with research partners and networks to assist with data and feedback collection consequently.
- Analyze programme/ project outcomes data and produce narrative reports for publication.
- Monitor program implementation to assess the relevance, feasibility and local impact;
- Ensure that follow up procedures are in place and done regularly;
- Design and conduct Good Practice and Lessons Learned workshops involving wider stakeholders;
- STRATEGIC PLANNING (25%)
- To assist the Programme Manager (Climate Change) to providing strategic and technical back stopping to CCA/ Resilience within IR’s Bangladesh strategic vision;
- To lead the field team of the projects in the development of CCA/ Resilience in Bangladesh including annual and other regular Reviews and Business Plan;
- To develop advocacy strategy for the CDR department and organize advocacy events at local and national level;
- ADVOCACY AND COMMUNICATIONs (25%)
- To represent IRB in CCA/ Resilience forums at national and local level and contribute to technical interactions and discussions on the same;
- To build and strengthen significant relationships between IRB partners, INGOs, UN, institutional donors and relevant government departments;
- Represent IR,B at regional/national forums/ networks; establishing and maintaining contact with a wide range of organizations/ stakeholders for value addition of program/ project implementation;
- Participate in and support national and regional campaign & advocacy working groups as and when required;
- CAPACITY BUILDING (10%)
- To identify the needs and support the development of staff and partners to increase their competence in CCA/ Resilience programming.
- To participate in the recruitment, selection and induction of new CCA/ Resilience staff including De-briefing of those returning from deployments and assignments.
- To provide relevant training to develop the capacity of IRW team.
- Master Degree in Disaster Management, Development Studies, Economics, Sociology, Social Science or any other relevant discipline from any recognized & UGC approved university.
- At least 6 year(s)
Additional Job Requirements
- Tk. 64958
- Other Benefits will be provided as per IRB HR policy
|Islamic Relief Bangladesh|
Address : Country Office: House # 10, Road # 10, Block-K, Baridhara, Dhaka-1212
Web : www.irwbd.org
Business : Islamic Relief Worldwide is an independent humanitarian and development organisation. Founded in 1984, with headquarters based in Birmingham, UK, we have a presence in 44 countries.Inspired by our Islamic values, we support the worldâ€™s most vulnerable people in the fight against poverty and suffering. We do this regardless of race, political affiliation, gender or belief, and without expecting anything in return. As a registered charity, we are open and transparent. We continually assess our work and how we operate to improve our impact and effectiveness. Islamic Relief has been working in Bangladesh since 1991, when we provided emergency relief and supported communities to rebuild in the wake of a devastating cyclone. Since then, we have expanded our programmes to focus on both humanatarian and development challenges. We envisage a caring world where communities are empowered, social obligations are fulfilled and people respond as one to the suffering of others. Our innovative integrated approach sees us work closely with the vulnerable communities that we serve. They identify the problems and are part of the solutions. As a result, our programmes often encompass many interlinked areas. These include livelihoods, food security and community development â€“ as well as child protection and welfare, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, education, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.