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The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries

Knowledge Management Coordinator

ROLE PURPOSE:

The purpose of the Knowledge Management and Learning function within the Evidence & Learning team is to support continuous improvement of our impact for children by ensuring that Sponsorship Program at Save the Children consistently identifies, generates, applies, and shares Program Quality and Impact knowledge and KM best practices, and uses quality data to support our strategic objectives and our global breakthroughs for children.

The role holder will be responsible for supporting the Research Manger, MEAL Specialists and Senior Director in the development of and effective delivery of products and services to support programmatic knowledge management on inequality and discrimination, and results based management to deliver Sponsorship new Program Design.

The role holder will provide support in management of data produced in Sponsorship programs. Duties will include quality checking of data, analysing data produces, synthesising results from programs and supporting mapping of data quality and integration needs for PPM Prime

The role holder will be part of the Program Quality Impact Sponsorship team.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Essential

  • Experience in knowledge management and organisational learning in order to help drive improvements in evidence understanding and uptake
  • Good Microsoft SharePoint skills, including the ability to create and edit document libraries, OneNet pages, etc.
  • Excellent level of IT competency, strong knowledge and skills in Microsoft Excel, including developing pivot tables
  • Good PowerBI skills, including the ability to create and maintain dashboards
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong orientation towards continuous improvement in user experience or customer service
  • A strong attitude for precision, thorough attention for details and passion for data quality
  • Experience collecting quantitative data and undertaking analysis (graphic displays, presenting trends, briefing papers and summary reports etc.)
  • Experience developing learning/training sessions on technical MEAL tools
  • Highly organized and excellent administrative skills
  • Strong interpersonal and cultural awareness skills, and the ability to develop productive relationships across a wide range of stakeholders in a diverse, international environment
  • Fluency in English with excellent written and verbal communications skills and a passion for creative and effective communications
  • Commitment to the mission, vision and values of Save the Children;

Desirable:

  • Written language skills in French, Spanish or Arabic

Closing Date : Oct 21, 2022

Social Inclusion Research Manager

ROLE PURPOSE:

Save the Children’s ambitious strategy for 2022-24 places a strong emphasis on the key role of research and evidence in driving up our impact for children, both in our programmes and in our policy, advocacy and campaigns work. To deliver on our potential as a global movement for children, we are creating a role for a transformational executive in Research and Evaluation to provide stronger strategic and technical leadership and direction to the high volume of research work that is currently carried out across different Save the Children offices, to increase the generation of global research products and secure increased funding for our research and evaluation work.

The Social Inclusion Research Manager will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the highest priority gaps in evidence needed to support the achievement of our strategic goals are identified and filled, and that high standards are achieved. This will include leading on strategic global research products; providing overall direction and support to teams on prioritising global and country-level research questions; securing funding and developing strategic partnerships to deliver research priorities; agreeing standards and procedures for producing credible and useful research and evaluation; developing staff capacity in research and evaluation; and supporting greater internal and external use of research and evidence produced across Save the Children and our partners. This role will provide thought leadership on areas such as gender, disability, social inclusion, discrimination and equity. This is a new role, within a growing Evidence and Learning (E&L) team.

In this role you will need to manage a demanding workflow with shifting priorities and be able to plan and prioritise your work appropriately. You should have excellent communication skills, able to explain complex issues clearly to non-experts and excellent attention to detail, and we welcome innovative ways of thinking and creative problem solving.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Essential :

  • Substantial demonstrated knowledge and experience of research in international development, preferably in development and humanitarian contexts
  • Technical expertise in one of the following areas: gender, disability, inclusion, community or child participation in research, equity, social inequality, advocacy and social movements, discrimination, social behavioural change
  • Experience leading GESI analysis (specifically gender and disability analysis) to inform design and to support GESI-Responsive monitoring and evaluation.
  • Familiarity with a diverse range of research methods, with demonstrated skills in quantitative and qualitative research design, data collection, analysis, presentation, and communication of results, preferably including cost effectiveness and economic evaluation.
  • Experience of research focused on – and preferably involving the participation of – children, and familiarity with related technical, ethical, safeguarding and responsible data management issues
  • Experience in evidence reviews, evidence gap analysis and identification of strategic research priorities and linking those to local, regional and global demand for evidence
  • Experience of establishing and managing strategic research partnerships, e.g. with academics and think tanks, and preferably from the Global South
  • Experience in capacity strengthening on research/ evaluation methods and techniques
  • Track record in ensuring research outputs are effectively communicated and used
  • Knowledge and experience in capacity building around research
  • Demonstrated ability to use software packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and data analysis programs (e.g., SPSS, STATA, NVivo)
  • Ability to adopt a proactive and creative approach to problem solving and strategic thinking working closely with colleagues as required to offer solutions and deliver results
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop and maintain relationships with key individuals and groups within and external to the organization
  • Ability to influence and liaise with a wide range of people at all levels and across different cultures and act with credibility, tact and diplomacy
  • Verbal and written fluency in English
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills, including communication with non-technical audiences
  • Experience in collaborative working across a large and diverse organization
  • Ability to maintain a calm disposition and positive outlook when working under pressure
  • Strong remote-working abilities.
  • Willingness and ability to travel periodically

Desirable:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills related to design piloting, implementation and evaluation of innovative technical tools to advance intersectional gender equality
  • Ability to train others in measurements of disability status e.g. Washington Group Set etc.
  • Additional languages, particularly French and Spanish

Closing Date : Oct 21, 2022

Global Internal Communications Officer

The Global Internal Communications Officer is responsible for supporting the Internal Communications Unit to deliver Save the Children International’s internal communications plan and help engage our 25,000 staff across 118 countries around the world. The role will be responsible for creating and delivering internal communications content and stories, as well as manage our internal global newsletter.

This role will be based in a new Global Internal Communications unit, which forms part of our wider Global Corporate Communications Team. This new unit is responsible for developing and delivering simple, informative and inspiring communications that will make our staff feel valued, motivated and proud to work as part of our global movement.

The Global Internal Communications Officer will also support and utilise tools to ensure our internal communications and events are interactive and engaging in our hybrid working environment. The post holder works collaboratively with communications and HR teams, as well the CEO’s office.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Essential :

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to motivate, influence and negotiate both internally and externally
  • Experience working in internal communications
  • Demonstrated success in delivering high-quality communications, products or tools targeting a diverse range of audiences
  • Demonstrates a high level of interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation
  • Cultural sensitivity, with highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation
  • Experience in developing and managing communications content and tools and making best use of content
  • Written communication skills in English, with a proven ability to distil large amounts of information for diverse audiences; skills in other languages would be an advantage
  • Exceptional planning and organisational skills, with an ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple demands and competing priorities, while maintaining high quality standards
  • Innovative thinker, enjoys developing and testing new ideas and ways of addressing issues or driving engagement
  • Great ability to work as part of a team within a networked structure, and to maintain good working relationships with colleagues across functional and geographical boundaries
  • Significant ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to adapt work plans flexibly depending on external opportunities
  • Demonstrated commitment to Save the Children’s mission and values

Closing Date : Oct 10, 2022

Global Internal Communications Lead

The Role

The Global Internal Communications Lead is responsible for developing and implementing Save the Children International’s internal communications strategy to engage employees across the organisation and inspire them to deliver our global strategy. This newly created role will shape how we communicate with and engage with our 25,000 staff across 118 countries around the world, and help build a dynamic team of innovative internal communicators.

This role will lead and develop an exciting new Global Internal Communications unit and sits within the wider global Communications and Engagement team. This new unit is responsible for developing and delivering simple, informative and inspiring communications that will ensure our staff feel valued, motivated and proud to work as part of our global movement.

The Global Internal Communications Lead will develop an internal audience strategy, design our internal engagement metrics and develop new ways to engage our people. The post holder will work collaboratively with communications and HR teams, our strategy function and the CEO’s office, and act as a key focal point for senior stakeholders across the organisation.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Essential :

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to motivate, influence and negotiate both internally and externally
  • Proven success in developing and implementing internal communications strategies
  • Demonstrated success in delivering high-quality communications, products or tools targeting a diverse range of audiences
  • Experience developing measurement frameworks for internal communications
  • Demonstrates a high level of interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • Experience in developing and managing communications content and tools and making best use of content
  • Experience building and leading a team is desirable
  • Experience working in a complex, global environment, and engaging senior stakeholders is desirable
  • Written communication skills in English, with a proven ability to distil large amounts of information for diverse audiences; skills in other languages would be an advantage
  • Exceptional planning and organisational skills, with an ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple demands and competing priorities, while maintaining high quality standards
  • Innovative thinker, enjoys developing and testing new ideas and ways of addressing issues or driving engagement
  • Great ability to work as part of a team within a networked structure, and to maintain good working relationships with colleagues across functional and geographical boundaries
  • Significant ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to adapt work plans flexibly depending on external opportunities
  • Demonstrated commitment to Save the Children’s mission and values

Closing Date : Oct 11, 2022

 

Lead Humanitarian Advisor, Child Protection

ROLE PURPOSE: 

This role is an exciting opportunity for a child protection professional who will provide strong strategic direction and oversight to our child protection work in humanitarian responses. The postholder will manage a team of technical staff providing child protection support to our humanitarian responses through backstopping, support to grants and new business development and deployment. S/he will oversee our humanitarian child protection portfolio, identify key resource gaps and resource mobilisation opportunities, coordinate with members to engage external partners and donors and drive new business development.

Specifically, the post holder will be accountable for (1) working with the Head of Humantiarian Child Protection to develop, implement, and oversee the global humanitarian plan and sector strategy; (2) strategic portfolio management and resource mobilization; and (3) people management, capacity strengthening and professional development.

In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Essential:

  • Senior leadershipexperience working in Save the Children with known ability to work across a network of international stakeholders to advance humanitarian programming
  • Extensive experience working directly in humanitarian responses including in complex contexts to design, implement and evaluate programs
  • Significant senior management experience driving results and impact, while fostering a supportive and positive work environment
  • Experience in creating and managing high-performing teams including building shared objectives, quality control, evaluation, motivation, performance and professional development
  • Demonstrated experience in strategy development and strong strategic thinking skills, as well as ability to mobilize resources to drive strategy implementation
  • Thorough knowledge and track record of influencing public and programme policy and advocacy agendas to promote principled humanitarian response.
  • Knowledge of policy, research and evidence-based methodologies with regards to Child Protection programming, and other relevant child focused programming.
  • Proven experience delivering results and outputs with evidence of adapting based on context and needs analysis.
  • Energy and drive to create change in a large complex organisation, while constantly adapting approaches and applying enterprise-driven thinking
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching – ability to work with all levels from CEO to junior staff and across all functions.
  • Commitment to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive technical team.
  • Fluent spoken and written English

Desirable:

  • Additional languages, particularly French, Spanish and/or Arabic.

Closing Date : Oct 10, 2022

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