Head of Division - Cox's Bazar & CHT Programme

Job Description

Title: Head of Division - Cox's Bazar & CHT Programme

Company Name: Plan International Bangladesh

Vacancy: Not specific

Job Location: Cox's Bazar

Employment Status: Full-time, Contractual

Experience Requirements:
∎ At least 7 year(s)

Job Responsibilities:
∎ Ensure that the Cox's Bazar and CHT programme remains relevant and align with the country strategy and responds to changes in context.
∎ Ensure operational delivery, in-line with organisational and donor policy and procedures for the programmes within his/her role portfolio.
∎ Supervise and lead a team of up to 7 senior leaders including: area programme managers; technical leads; and operational leads.
∎ Supports the programme development & learning team during the design and planning of new prgrammes/proposals
∎ Play a lead role in refugee programme learning, ensuring that Plan International Bangladesh positions itself as a thought leader. This achieved through the delivery of strong programme learning and quality programme research
∎ Work closely with the business development team to raise the fund for the strategic area identified in the country strategy

Additional Requirements:
∎ We are looking for an inspiring and dynamic leader with a minimum of 7 years senior programme management experience, out of which 5 years of humanitarian experience.
∎ In-depth knowledge of refugee and nexus programming, ideally with experience also in child protection, education and skill development, SRHR and gender transformative and inclusive strategies.
∎ Good understanding of humanitarian coordination Sound understanding of integrated development issues and critical analysis of child and youth poverty.
∎ Proven skill in programme expansion and networking with various actors including UN, INGOs, location organization, government and civil society groups.

Application Deadline: 27 Feb 2021

Company Information:
∎ 18 Feb 2021
∎ Plan International Bangladesh
∎ Business : Founded 80 years ago, Plan International is one of the oldest and largest children`s development organisations in the world. We work in 52 countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty. In 2015, Plan International worked with 100 million children in 85,282 communities. Plan International is independent, with no religious, political or governmental affiliations but having a vision of a world in which all children realize their full potential in societies that respect people`s rights and dignity.
Plan International has been operating in Bangladesh since 1994. Plan International seeks to ensure the rights of children to education, health, safe water and sanitation, protection, youth social and economic empowerment and climate change, environmental degradation and natural or man-made disaster hazards throughout the country.

Category: NGO/Development