Lead project component that addresses social norms and cultural perceptions that influence women’s access to the workforce in Jordan.
Design and deliver training programs on social norms.
Oversee project activities related to improving perceptions about working women and women leaders.
Build and maintain productive working relationships with advocacy groups, including community leaders, employment associations, and others.
Manage team members and consultants.
Assist in developing the USAID work plan.
Develop innovative approaches that challenge social norms and mindsets and equip women and girls with the life skills to succeed in the workforce.
Work with community leaders, companies, women’s groups, and associations to support advocacy programs in support of women working in a diverse range of fields.
Support donor reporting requirements, including writing sections of quarterly and annual program reports, implementing monitoring and evaluation, and other deliverables and requirements as specified in the project contract.
Represent the project at meetings with donors and other key stakeholders. Make high-level presentations as required.
Master’s degree in gender or another relevant international development field.
Minimum of 7 years of experience in advocacy and behavior/social norms change specific to women’s economic empowerment and leadership, especially in Jordan.
At least 5 years of experience managing a team.
Prior experience on a USAID-funded project preferred.
Experience designing and delivering training programs.
Knowledge of constraints and opportunities to women entering the workforce in Jordan, particularly social and cultural norms.
Demonstrated skills in fostering relationships with advocacy groups and other partners.
Experience managing donor programmatic and monitoring and evaluation requirements.
Strong oral and written communication skills in English and Arabic.