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  • Posted: Apr 6, 2024
    Deadline: Apr 18, 2024
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    Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services-delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. Te...
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    REINVENT Outcome Harvesting Consultant

    Key Responsibilities
    The Consultant Will

    • Work with the technical, leadership and management team to produce an evaluation approach, including defining research questions, mapping potential outcomes to be further investigated and producing an evaluation plan.
    • Use existing data and learning already gathered and produced by REINVENT to respond to the research questions.
    • Design and implement further evaluation tasks to supplement existing data with primary data, including conducting Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) with team members, government counterparts and REINVENT partners.
    • Lead data analysis and internal substantiation process.
    • Prepare synthesized findings for wider disbursement, including lessons learnt and REINVENT attribution and contribution to outcomes.
    • Present most significant substantiated outcomes at a validation workshop with key stakeholders including BHC, REINVENT Team and others.

    The Person

    • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Social Science, Development Studies, Security Studies, Community Development) or any other closely related field.
    • Minimum five (5) years of practical experience in MERL for large programmes/international organisations.
    • Proven experience in monitoring and evaluation, research, and learning in the context of safety and security programming, particularly with experience managing and implementing Outcome Harvesting approach.
    • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing ethical research protocols.
    • Demonstrated experience using both quantitative and qualitative research methods; ideally experience with implementation learning methods, particularly most significant change and outcome harvesting.
    • Well-developed research, analytical (qualitative and quantitative), documentation, report-writing, and strategic planning skills, with competency in participatory research methods.
    • Practical knowledge of current thematic issues and debates in the Kenyan context related to justice and security, as well as an understanding of major institutional donors such as FCDO.

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    REINVENT Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Advisor

    The Role

    • The Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Advisor is a crucial role within the REINVENT Programme designed to ensure that we secure outcomes of improved inclusivity of security service provision, peace and community engagement. Programme results are intended to be distributed equitably, and the programme has ambition to progress gender and social inclusion (including rights and representation of persons with disability). This position is central to the planning, designing, implementation, and overall improvement of the programme's activities by ensuring that GESI is at the core of our approach, to both improve specific GESI outcomes and expand the impact and equitability of REINVENT’s peacebuilding and policing work more generally.

    Reporting to: Strengthened Agency of Women and Girls Output Lead
    Key Responsibilities

    • Update and advise on implementation of the programme’s gender and social inclusion strategy – carry out a light touch assessment of the programme, considering context, opportunities, and risks for GEDSI. Provide leadership with recommendations to maximise GEDSI impact.
    • Work closely with the Technical Team, particularly Workstream Leads and regional teams to integrate GEDSI into all programme delivery.
    • Work with REINVENT downstream partners to ensure GEDSI is mainstreamed throughout their work and that their GEDSI approaches fit into the programme-level strategy – including reviewing and quality assuring Concept Notes and reports.
    • Provide training to local downstream partners to improve systems, processes, and procedure around the inclusion of women, men and underrepresented groups (such as ethnically marginalised groups, the economically vulnerable and PWDs).
    • Advise team on GEDSI considerations in policing and peacebuilding work to ensure equity in results and as a means of expanding the impact of work.
    • Work alongside the Technical Team and Programme Management Unit to ensure the project Does No Harm, including maximising opportunities for positive effect on peacebuilding and conflict dynamics, such as improved community relations and enhanced mediation, and good governance.
    • Develop and lead project gender analysis, particularly centering on the gender dynamics of violence and conflict in Kenya
    • Contribute any significant gender work updates to monthly, quarterly, and ad-hoc reporting for FCDO.
    • Coordinate with other members of the project team to ensure complementarity in work and consistent advice.
    • Support the work of the VAWG mitigation lead as required
    • Integrate best practice and learning from the GEDSI space, particularly integrating lessons from grassroots to national levels across East Africa and Kenya.
    • Support the leadership team to ensure the programme aligns with UK Government’s strategic priorities in gender empowerment, including the FCDO Women and Girls Strategy 2023-2030.

    The Person

    • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in an industry-relevant subject
    • 5-10 years of professional experience in international development, peacebuilding, gender studies or similar field
    • Strong knowledge of Women, Peace and Security and the dynamics between gender, conflict, security provision and peacebuilding
    • Experience with gender and social inclusion mainstreaming in peacebuilding and/or policing programmes, conflict analysis and/or research/think tank or government sectors
    • Knowledge of and strategies for ensuring minorities are represented

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