The Knowledge Management and Learning Specialist will work closely with the CFYR team, national and regional bodies, donors, and USAID/ESC, to synthesize and promote knowledge sharing activities and resources through a continuous learning cycle across all ten USAID/ESC host countries. The Specialist will develop strategies to capture, share, and apply knowledge and learning generated by the project, and support design and organization of national and regional events and conferences. In addition to overseeing the learning agenda, this Specialist will be tasked with overseeing and advocacy agenda to promote policy reform around positive youth development and crime and violence prevention interventions grounded in public health approaches.
Reporting & Supervision:
The Knowledge Management and Learning Specialist reports to the Chief of Party
- Implementing the knowledge management and learning strategy for the CFYR program which includes sharing of evidence-based practices for crime and violence prevention and advocating for policy reforms at local, national and regional levels;
- Map of initiatives and critical actors across the region to be included in learning agenda and advocacy agenda;
- Work closely with the CFYR Monitoring and Evaluation team to ensure that the program’s results are fully integrated in the learning agenda;
- Ensure that program interventions and results are mapped on the CFYR digital, GPS enabled platform;
- Lead the implementation of CFYR learning events, including but not limited to conferences and workshops at the regional level;
- Prepare project reporting documents including quarterly and annual reports; workplans; results of surveys conducted, among others;
- Support, as needed, the impact evaluation of the Prevention and Intervention Family Systems Model; and
- Carry out other activities as may be required.
Required Skills & Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s preferred) in communications, community development, economics, education, social work, public health, or related field;
- Minimum of eight (8) years, or six (6) with Master’s Degree, of relevant experience, including knowledge management work on international development projects;
- Direct experience in violence prevention interventions for at-risk youth populations, youth development, citizen security or related field;
- Demonstrated experience organizing conferences and learning exchanges with a focus on youth development, crime or violence prevention, or related topic;
- Strong leadership, technical and analytical skills, including an ability to interact effectively with government counterparts, and local and community organizations;
- Excellent oral and writing skills; strong interpersonal and communications skills; exceptional attention to detail; and
- Professional fluency in spoken and written English.
Desired Skills & Qualifications:
- Over six (6) years of progressive knowledge management experience on international development projects related to violence prevention interventions;
- Experience in advocacy or designing and raising awareness around policy reform for youth development, crime or violence prevention or related topic; and
- Experience on USAID-funded programs.
Local and regional candidates strongly encouraged to apply.
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