The Social and Behavioral Change Lead (SBC Lead) will lead the design and implementation of evidence-based SBC across multi-sectoral activities to improve nutrition and health under the CNHA. The SBC Lead will have a strong foundation in a range of SBC approaches and methodologies which go beyond messaging and result in community action by addressing change in sociocultural norms, structures, and individual behaviors. The ideal candidate will also have an interest in working across complementary technical sectors, such as food security, capacity strengthening, early childhood development, and gender transformative programing and will be familiar with an adaptive management approach to improve results. The SBC Lead will collaborate with project staff, host country counterparts, implementing partners, and other global stakeholders to ensure expert implementation of project activities.
This position is expected to be based in Dhaka, with regular travel within Bangladesh. This five-year position is contingent on Helen Keller being awarded funding.