Senior Program Development & Documentation Officer
- Oxfam is a global movement of people who won`t live with poverty, and we work together to end this injustice for everyone. Thousands of Oxfam employees already commit their time and talents to make this happen. Join us now.
- Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Job Type: 2 Years (Fixed Term)
Job Description / Responsibility
- We are looking for a dynamic team player who shall support in knowledge management, documentation, donor reporting and program development process.
- The incumbent will work closely with Funding and Quality Director and matrix line with Economic Justice and Resilience Manager
- More detailed of the key responsibilities, skills and competencies, please visit jobs/oxfam.org.uk by using the Job Reference Number INT3030
- Masters degree in relevant field such as: Economics; English; Sociology; Anthropology etc
- Minimum 5 years experience in development sector/relevant/similar sector. For qualified candidates, this criterion will be relaxed.
- High Quality English writing skills. Experience of preparing quality reports, publications etc for different purposes.
- Familiarity with Log Frame, Logic Model, Theory of Change (TOC)
- Ability to build constructive relationships with a wide variety of people, including partners, community members and other programme stakeholders, country staff, and overseas programme staff.
- Ability to travel by boat, by plane and by road across the country and abroad
- Able to think conceptually; strong analytical skills, including the ability to gather, and synthesize complex information from different sources
- Able to repackage and communicate complex information to a wide range of audiences.
- Salary & Benefits: BDT. 10,56,451 (13 months) per annum gross with other benefits e.g. medical for spouse and children, contributory Provident fund, gratuity, leave & Insurance etc.
Application Deadline : Dec 10, 2016
Business : Oxfam employs more than six thousand people in 90 countries who share a commitment to work together to end poverty and suffering. It is committed to ensure diversity and gender equality within the organization and welcomes applications from women, person with disability and under-represented groups. Oxfam does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on their HIV/AIDS status. The organization has been working in Bangladesh since the War of Independence and has established a permanent country office in 1972. Since then it has responded to all major emergencies in the country. Oxfam’s current program focuses on Economic Justice & Resilience, Gender and Women?s Leadership and Humanitarian Capacity Building and Response.