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OP-2635 – Operations Intern
The Operations intern will assume the responsibilities of front office operations and general office administration support. The incumbent will ensure efficient and effective support in office coordination for excellent management of the CIAT front office.
Qualification and personal attributes
Terms of Employment:
This is an internship position based in Nairobi, Kenya. The initial contract will be for period of three (3) months, and is renewable for a further 3 months depending on performance and availability of resources. The Alliance offers a multicultural, collegial research environment. The Alliance is an equal opportunity employer, and strives for staff diversity in gender and nationality.
SERVIR-Amazonia seeks to understand better how women and indigenous populations have/are being integrated into development and science projects, policies and activities in the region. The purpose is to strengthen its vision and gain a better understanding of the possible impacts or consequences of its projected interventions (services) under the Program, which may differ between women and men. In this regard, the study seeks to make the differences between men and women visible, if any, to neutralize possible negative impacts and enhance the benefits of the services for the most vulnerable people, particularly women and indigenous peoples.
This consultancy is intended to provide an updated study on the state of gender relations and the situation of women in the Amazonia Basin, and would be an input for the national Communities of Practice meetings that SERVIR-Amazonia is promoting in six countries during the second half of the year 2020.
This study is based in a literature review and interviews at the regional level, including six Amazon Basin countries (Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Guyana and Suriname). It will not include field work beyond knowledgeable informant interviews. Representatives of the SERVIR-Amazonia partners in the different countries should be included among the interviewees. Literature to be reviewed may/should include program descriptions, project reports and evaluations, web pages, policies, strategies, international scientific literature related to the Amazon and the Program service areas, from government institutions, NGOs, donors, etc.
The selected Consultant team will be composed of two professionals, a Principal Researcher and a Research Assistant, which should meet the following requirements:
Language: The study and reports may be written in English or Spanish.
Responsibilities: The development of the study will be supervised by the Gender Advisor and the Indigenous People’s Advisor of the SERVIR- Amazonia Program.
April 29: Announcement of the Request
May 4: Deadline for submission of questions (to be addressed to [email protected])
May 7: Responses to questions (See responses)
May 11: Deadline for applications, including CVs, technical and cost proposal
May 18: to May 21. Interviews of pre-selected candidates.
May 22: Announcement of awardees.
May 29: Consultancy start-up
June 3: Submission of draft work plan
July 2: Submission of first draft of the literature review and interviews conducted
July 30: Submission of final report
Applicants are invited to visit http://ciat.cgiar.org/ciat-jobs to get full details of the position and to submit their applications. Applications should include reference number as the position applied for. Application letter and CV should be saved as one document using the candidate’s lastname, firstname for ease of sorting.
The Alliance does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or training). The Alliance also does not concern itself with information on applicants' bank accounts.
Applications closing date: 15th May 2020
Please note that email applications will not be considered.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.
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