Women’s Right Team Lead

Vacancy Number:013
Title: Women’s Right Team Lead
Duration:This is a one-year (12 month) contract with the option to renew
Exp.: 2021-03-02-(3 Weeks From now)
Jobs no:1
Salary:Per NTA Salary Scale


Organization: Chemonics | About Chemonics
City: Kabul
Country: AF


Education:Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.
Work Experience:Master’s with 5 or bachelor’s with 7 Years

  • Master’s or its equivalent with 5 years of relevant experience; Bachelor’s degree with 7 years of relevant experience

  • Demonstrated understanding of good approach to women’s and girl’s empowerment and social change

  • Demonstrated clear understanding of gender human rights and issues surrounding violence against women and girls.

  • Experience with delivering capacity building interventions

  • Knowledge and experience with gender approaches and tools

  • Ability to manage relations by being sensitive to cultural differences and responding appropriately to different situations

  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership in a highly motivated team

  • Ability to write results-based reporting

  • Commitment to equal opportunity gender equality and the principles of diversity

  • Knowledge and understanding of the institutional legal and policy frameworks at country level that impact the status of women in society

  • Be comfortable with working within a multidisciplinary multi-cultural team

  • Knowledge of current best and promising practices in the field of gender and economic growth and gender and agricultural and financial inclusion

  • Experience effectively integrating gender and youth programming into development programs

  • Fluency oral and written English language communication skills

  • Previous experience in working with communities raising awareness and providing services

  • A proven record of excellent management strategic thinking and decision-making leadership communication and interpersonal skills including being a strong writer and articulate speaker

  • Willingness to serve women affected by violence based on need regardless of their ethnic background.

  • Strong knowledge of USAID rules regulations procedures reporting and Afghan

  • Government policies and labor laws preferred

Duties & Responsibilities

The Women’s right team lead will contribute to the successful delivery of the women’s empowerment and leadership programs. S/he will provide overall leadership on women’s right issues within the project leads and coordinate resources mobilization for women’s rights programming. S/he will closely works with CSOs and women’s networks to increase awareness of and support for women’s right in all provinces. This individual will strengthen Women’s rights in areas such as gender-based violence sexual and reproductive rights and women’s economic empowerment. This role will also strengthen women’s networks/coalitions through technical programming.

  • Plays a key role in developing the gender strategy support develop and manage initiatives towards addressing gender inequality and promoting women’s rights.

  • Works with women’s rights organizations to address violence against women and girls in order to improve lives of Afghan women.  

  • Makes efforts to increase transformational leadership women’s protection and economic empowerment and political voices.

  • Develops capacity of woman’s rights organizations to ensures advancement of gender equality  

  • Supports Afghan women exercises their rights to pursue their individual potential to self-determination and to representation in all areas of life—political social cultural and economic.

  • Supports in expansion of the Women Economic Empowerment by raising existing problems and suggesting solutions.

  • Identifies capacity building needs and support partners through technical assistance mentoring training and capacity development initiatives as needed

  • Gathers and compiles all information necessary for monitoring and reporting on project from the planning to the evaluation stages

  • Provides inputs to annual and quarterly reports and other technical deliverables.

  • Develops and delivers programs and strategies to effectively address Gender Justice issues.

  • Identifies media and other external opportunities to profile work and advocate on issues relating to women’s rights.

  • Provides regular information briefings and reports on women’s rights programs

  • Identifies and coordinates the local and regional interface for opportunities to reduce the violence against women and to foster strategic institutional linkages alliances and networks that enhance sharing learning and collaboration in the women’s movement.

  • Adopts a ´thought leadership´ attitude that leads organized researches and analyses to develop a comprehensive understanding of the women’s rights in the society

  • Represents WECS internally and externally on  issues related to Women rights programming

  • Ensures that all WECS programs’ quality standards and practices are deliberate and specific on Womens rights indicators.

  • Perform other tasks as assigned by Supervisor

Submission Guideline

Please submit your updated CV and cover letter to [email protected] with a subject line (Womens Right Team Lead – 013) no later than March 02 2021. Correspondents without a subject line will not be entertained.

Important notes:

  • Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
  • CVs received after the above-mentioned deadline will not be considered
  • Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • This vacancy is open only to Afghan Nationals
  • No in-person appointments or telephone calls will be entertained
  • Candidates who are applying for this position must fully meet the education requirement as specified
  • At the time of application candidates must also meet in full the experience requirement
  • Short-listed candidates will be requested to provide educational documents such as degrees diplomas certificates and other pertinent documents as needed. Failure to provide the required documentation will result in disqualification of their application from further consideration
Email: [email protected]