British Council is seeking a Conflict and Community Resilience Expert / Team Leader with experience in peacebuilding, conflict management, community safety, gender and youth projects, community resilience and civil society strengthening / capacity building.
This role will support a new phase of the Project to building on the successes and lessons of the three-year Bangsamoro Community Policing Project in Mindanao.
The consultant will act as team leader of the Project and senior-level liaison with officials and representatives within government, civil society and other development actors.
S / he will lead on project management and coordinate internal and external resources including financial administration.
In doing so s / he adheres to British Council’s standards for project, contract and financial management.
To be successful, s / he should possess a Master’s degree in international development, peace-building, peace and conflict studies, reconciliation, governance, law or related field and be proficient in both English and Tagalog.
S / he should bring along proven experience in project development and management, with ability to manage and oversee all steps of the project cycle.
Minimum 5 years of relevant professional experience in the field of post-conflict development, peace-building, resilience, governance and / or rule of law reform is essential, as well as extensive professional experience in development cooperation / donor-
funded projects. S / he will bring along roven experience in coordinating highly complex activities and liaising with high-
level representatives of government and other institutions.
In our commitment to promote Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, kindly note that we are not interested in collecting any information that is irrelevant to the job such as marital status, age, photograph, etc.
Applications lacking in information will not be considered when we shortlist for any roles.
If you are interested in applying and feel that you are suitable for the role, please apply before 17 June 2018 (23 : 59 UK Time).
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