Consultancy position for gender equality technical specialist To support the government of Canada (global affairs Canada)
PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited (PwC)
Location: Dar es salaam
PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited (PwC) invites eligible candidates to indicate their interest to provide consultancy services as the Gender Equality Technical Specialist under the Global Affairs Canada-funded Field Support Services Project (FSSP) Tanzania.
The specialist will provide analysis and advice on the planning, design, management, monitoring and coordination of the Government of Canada’s development assistance programming and policy dialogue in Tanzania (among other tasks).
Launched in June 2017, Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy recognizes that supporting gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls is the best way to build a more peaceful, inclusive and prosperous world. The Gender Equality Technical Specialist will pay an integral role in the implementation of Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy in Tanzania.
Candidates will be evaluated based on the following key qualifications and experience:
i. Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. A qualification higher than a bachelor degree will be an added advantage.
ii. A minimum of 4 years of professional work experience as technical expert and advisor on gender equality, of which at least two years are in relation to international development work in developing countries, preferably Tanzania or East Africa region.
iii. Experience providing gender equality technical advice and support on complex international development programs and projects in one or more of the following sectors: education, health, inclusive economic growth and inclusive governance.
iv. Experience in providing written gender equality analysis and comments on program/project proposals, implementation plans, progress reports and evaluations.
v. Experience in engaging in technical forums and policy dialogue on gender equality issues with development partners and government officials.
vi. Experience in carrying out research and analysis of systemic and emerging gender equality issues and trends.
vii. Knowledge and deep understanding of gender equality and empowerment of women and girl’s issues in Tanzania
The following skills and competencies, while not essential, are assets for the work to be performed. Candidates should demonstrate them to the extent possible:
· Strong research, analytical and writing skills
· Strong skills in leadership, teamwork, networking, coordination and intercultural communication
· Advanced professional proficiency in English
· General professional proficiency in Kiswahili
Strong candidates will be offered a competitive rate.
Interested candidates should obtain a detailed description of these services by sending a request email to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying in the requests as follows: “Consultancy position for FSSP Gender Equality Technical Specialist.”
Requests for further information will be received up to three working days prior to the last submission date, 12 July 2019. Any request received later than that may not be responded to.