Deadline: 15 April 2023
Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is currently seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Global Advisor, Economic Recovery in Copenhagen, Denmark.
DRC fulfills its mandate by providing direct assistance to conflict-affected populations – refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs) and host communities in the conflict areas of the world.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Global Advisor, Economic Recovery will perform the following functions:
- Strategic and Technical Support: Regional & Country Levels
- Strategic and technical support and quality assurance to DRC’s regional and country teams across the project cycle via remote or in-country support;
- Design integrated and/or multi-sectoral programming across DRC’s Response Framework with Economic Recovery components and/or outcomes;
- Provide technical support to Food Security, Financial Inclusion and Decent Livelihoods activities;
- Support targeted market assessment and analysis in support of Market System Approaches (MSA) designed to achieve Economic Recovery outcomes, informed by applicable minimum standards, not least the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS);
- Support best
- Resources, training and learning
- Ensure institutional knowledge management, and delivering targeted provision of relevant policy, standards, resources, guidance and tools to country and regional operations;
- Provide training materials in line with global interagency and internal DRC resources;
- Contribute to DRC’s internal learning processes on Economic Recovery and MSA.
- Strategy, Policy and Resource Mobilisation: Internal and External
- Contribute to the further strategic and programmatic development of DRC’s Economic Recovery sector;
- Advise country and regional operations on mainstreaming CVA and MSA in support of Economic Recovery outcomes;
- Lead on global proposal development; assist DRC regions and countries on resource mobilisation in relation to institutional fundraising as required;
- Support relevant global initiatives (e.g. programme, policy, advocacy, research) in further defining DRC’s Economic Recovery profile;
- Represent DRC externally in relevant technical, policy and advocacy forums and communities of practice;
Applicants must have:
- Master’s degree in development or humanitarian studies, economics, political science – or other relevant higher education
- Good understanding of emergency and (early) recovery livelihoods support interventions, and integrated programming/approaches, including the Graduation Approach
- Significant and demonstrable experience in providing high quality in-person and remote strategic and technical advice and support to country programmes or operations, across the project/programme cycle, including strong ability to apply a theory of change approach
- Strong skills in humanitarian programme assessment, response analysis and modality selection, set-up/design, implementation, and MEAL
- Demonstrable capacity building skills – including specifically with design and facilitation of impactful and contextually-adapted trainings and workshops
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including concise writing/drafting, and engaging presenting and facilitation
- Proven ability to work independently as part of a small team, and to form close working relationships with a diverse range of colleagues
- Fluency spoken and written
How to Apply
Applicants must send a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages) in English through online process.
For more information, visit DRC.