Mercy Corps Resilience Director Jobs in Uganda
Mercy Corps Resilience Director Jobs in UgandaGeneral Position Summary
The Resilience Director for Karamoja will provide in-depth technical guidance and mentoring in resilience approaches for key complex, resilience-focused programs in Karamoja Uganda.
S/he will partner closely with lead program managers, technical officers and advisors, and monitoring and evaluation team to ensure resilience-thinking supports design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation processes within and across programs, and supports greater impact.
In addition to strengthening technical approaches in resilience, s/he will be responsible for guiding teams and capturing program successes, failures, and lessons-learned, and facilitating adaptive management and reflective processes to ensure learning improves programming.
S/he will directly and manage and oversee resilience research and learning program componentsWork closely with Managers to set team capacity-building priorities to ensure integration of resilience approaches into program design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning.
Facilitate processes with team members that allow for integration of resilience approaches to improve sector-based and cross-sectoral programming, and get to impact
Adapt and develop context and program-specific guidance, tools and trainings to advance the integration of resilience-thinking and action into program systems, to support results
Coordinate and deliver support visits, training workshops and sharing/designing tools and resources that facilitate team capacity-building in resilience
Provide technical support and mentoring to program managers and team members in ensuring high-quality, impactful implementation in resilience, documentation of lessons and taking initiatives to scale.
Identify capacity-building needs and opportunities in resilience for program partners, to support an integrated resilience approach across programs
Provide team members with information, tools and other resources to improve performance and reach objectives.
Facilitate the development of a resilience monitoring and learning agenda, tied to program outcomes
Mentor program M&E and implementing teams to implement a resilience monitoring system, to track resilient program outcomes and document lessons-learned.
Work with program teams to develop and facilitate an adaptive management process, to reflect on resilience monitoring results, take stock of successes and failures, and make program adjustments as necessary
Work with teams to set and oversee the delivery of research and learning priorities in resilience, in consultation with donor, including measuring resilience at systems level
Identify opportunities for ensuring resilience programs can demonstrate evidence and deliver compelling messages on what works best for resilience,
Oversee support systems and structures that actively cultivate learning and exchange on resilience approaches team members and partner agencies;
Serve as technical lead on resilience across partner agencies
Identify opportunities to professionally document and promote best practices and lessons learned that respond to the priority research and thought leadership topics.
Coordinate the development of high quality learning products, program briefs and thought pieces articulating and sharing evidence and proxy indicators of success for building resilience
Knowledge and Experience
MA/S or equivalent experience in agriculture, environmental management, governance or other relevant international development field required.
Minimum seven years of experience in program management, design, monitoring and evaluation, with proven ability to coordinate and manage diverse, complex initiatives.
Thorough understanding of resilience thinking required, with an understanding of Mercy Corps’ approach to resilience a plus. Strong understanding of food security, youth, urbanization, market systems development, and environmental programs required.
Experience in international development and humanitarian assistance in East Africa is strongly preferred.
Demonstrated ability to design and facilitate processes to use research and M&E to improve program learning and adaptive management.
Strong representation, networking and facilitation skills. Proven ability to synthesize and communicate complex subjects/topics effectively to multi-stakeholder groups.
Effective verbal and written communication, multi-tasking, organizational, and prioritization skills.
Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through training, mentoring, and other formal and non-formal methods.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with a diverse, geographically spread team.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should apply online by 26th July 2019
For more information and job application details, see; Mercy Corps Resilience Director Jobs in Uganda
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