|Work Location : Bangladesh - Cox's Bazar||Type of Post :|
|Other Possible Location :||Funding : THIS POSITION IS PENDING DONOR APPROVAL|
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|Employee Duration : Active Full-Time|
CARE seeks a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the anticipated Host and Impacted Community Response Activity (HICRA). This is expected to be in a range of $10-50 Million. The objective of the activity is to mitigate the socioeconomic and environmental challenges in communities either hosting Rohingya refugees or impacted by the Rohingya refugee crisis. Of particular concern to USAID are issues related to: water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); agricultural productivity; natural resources management; workforce development; economic growth; and private sector engagement.
The DCOP is a Key Personnel position and is subject to USAID approval as well as project award and funding. This position will be based in Cox’s Bazar.
The DCOP will work closely with the Chief of Party to guarantee quality, efficiency, integrity, and learning throughout project duration. S/he will provide strategic oversight and technical guidance to, and resolve challenges in implementation of, cross-sectoral activities. This involves continually monitoring program tasks and activities against goals; minimizing duplication of personnel activities; and defining and using standard operating procedures.
The DCOP is also expected to promote learning and innovation. This includes adapting tools and systems; promoting data-driven, evidence-based actions; expanding successful activities’ breadth and depth; building capacity to work in new ways; and communicating best practices to relevant parties.
· Highly adaptable personality who can identify areas of needed change and lead in the application of those adjustments.
· Able to lead complex technical teams, each with individual, and often, competing mandates.
· Ability to translate development challenges into opportunities.
· Strong communication skills and capacity to relay complex technical messages to non-technical audiences.
· Good relationship, networking and influencing skills.
· Appreciation for and promotion of equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace.
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