Banyan Global is recruiting an International Gender Team Leader to lead a team of Gender experts to conduct a Gender Assessment and a GBV Costing Study in Guatemala to inform USAID/Guatemala’s 2019-2024 Country Development Cooperation Strategy. The Gender Team Leader will travel to Guatemala, lead the team, and provide technical input and direction for all deliverables.
- Travel to Guatemala and lead a team of domestic and international Gender experts in carrying out all deliverables required;
- Prepare an Inception Report that would include a review of existing literature and resources, detailed work plan, data processing and analysis of collected data, roles/tasks/level of effort of team, and a structure of final report;
- Conduct in-country key informant interviews and presentation of study findings to USAID and project staff;
- Establish, lead and participate in meetings and expert interviews in Guatemala;
- Present preliminary findings of all reports;
- Draft the final report, make revisions based on USAID and Banyan Global feedback, and submit the Final Report;
- Act as the main point of contact between Banyan Global, USAID, and the Team of Experts.
- 10-15 years of experience in gender analysis in the areas of democracy and governance, health and education, economic growth, and the environment, including 5 years of field experience;
- Master’s Degree in sociology, anthropology, public health or other relevant fields;
- Excellent speaking and writing skills in Spanish and English;
- Previous experience working on gender equality and women’s empowerment in Guatemala and/or other Latin American countries;
- Familiarity with GBV Costing Methodologies, including excellent quantitative data analysis skills;
- Previous experience working with or in partnership with USAID;
- Leadership skills, be able to lead meetings, coordinate, and gather different points of view of members of a team, including those of national consultants;
- Familiarity with public policies addressing gender and social inclusion gaps, gender-based violence, indigenous people, disability, and gender agendas and programs of the main development agencies in Guatemala, particularly of USAID;
- Experience in the drafting and implementation of qualitative research instruments;
- Ability to travel for 1.5 months to Guatemala (possibility of more than one trip);
- Possess working computer skills, particularly in Excel;
- Fluency in English and Spanish required.
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