Organizational Advisor – Diversity, Equity And Inclusion, Uganda

Uganda, Uganda, Uganda
Last update 2024-04-14
Expires 2024-05-14
ID #2093416587
Organizational Advisor – Diversity, Equity And Inclusion, Uganda
Uganda, Uganda, Uganda,
Modified March 31, 2024


RESPONSIBILITIES Advance relevant policies, process and procedures Facilitate a review of WUSC’s organizational policies, strategies and actions plans related to its ADDI commitments Support WUSC’s Human Resources team to review personnel policies and practices, including its safeguarding and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) measures Advise WUSC’s partnerships taskforce to implement its partnerships strategy with a strong anti-racism and decolonization lens Collaborate with WUSC’s Monitoring Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) team to develop an accountability framework related to its anti-discrimination, diversity, equity and inclusion commitments Internal & External Learning and Communication Develop, identify and share resources and tools (i.e.

tipsheets) for WUSC staff, partners and volunteers to deepen understanding, knowledge, skills, capacities, and awareness of unconscious bias, diversity, equity, and inclusion; and enable them to develop practices and strategies that address and integrate these principles in their day-to-day work Facilitate organizational learning opportunities, including training, webinars and discussions related to WUSC’s ADDI commitments, as well as safeguarding and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)Participate and engage in relevant working groups and global communities of practice to ensure that WUSC’s ADDI commitments are up to date with best practice as it evolves Collaborate with WUSC Strategic Communications and Public Engagement teams to engage the Canadian public to learn from and with WUSC as we continue this journey of change Coordination  Facilitate WUSC’s Anti-Discrimination, Diversity and Inclusion (ADDI) committee meetings, linking this group to WUSC’s organizational and departmental commitments Liaise and provide support to departmental leads (incl.

HR, Communications, and Programs) to integrate, prioritize and implement ADDI-related initiatives into their annual work plans, management approaches and strategies Actively participate in WUSC’s internal Communities of Practice and working groups, bringing an anti-discrimination, diversity, equity and inclusion lens to their discussions Project design and implementation Work with the Program Development unit to ensure the integration of ADDI and gender equality approaches in new program design, including initial gender equality assessments Provide advice on potential financial and human resources necessary to execute project-relevant gender equality, anti-discrimination, diversity, equity and inclusion analyses and strategies Support new project inception planning, particularly the development of project-specific analyses, strategies and planning related to gender equality, anti-discrimination and inclusion Actively collaborate with WUSC’s Technical Advisor Team and other team members to integrate gender equality, anti-discrimination, diversity, equity and inclusion analysis into technical approaches to economic opportunities, education, and durable solutions for refugees QUALIFICATIONSEducation Bachelor’s degree in human resource, sociology, organizational behavior, or related discipline is preferred Certification in diversity, equity and inclusion, change management or project management is an asset or an equivalent combination of experience and education in a relevant area Experience and Competencies 5 years of experience advancing diversity, equity and inclusion commitments within a global organization, preferably within a non-profit organization Familiarity with the unique positioning of international development organizations is considered a strong asset Experience with transformational leadership; pulling together cross-functional teams and collaborators to initiate, drive and deliver strategic projects and organizational initiatives and programs Demonstrated experience in the design and delivery of diversity, equity and inclusion training programs Demonstrate experience in supporting organizations to strengthen their policies, practices and strategies to address issues related to anti-racism, discrimination, diversity, and social inclusion Comprehensive understanding of global anti-racism, diversity and safeguarding issues Exceptional communication, and relationship building skills and interpersonal skills, showcasing the ability to effectively engage and influence stakeholders at all organizational levels Ability to understand, be sensitive to, and respect the diverse socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disabilities, and sexual orientation Experience working with global and remote teams in cross-cultural environments Flexibility; domestic and international travel, when necessary A self-starter who can work autonomously and is proactive in developing ideas and solutions Language Proficiency Fluency in English, written and spoken Fluency in French, written and spoken, is a strong asset Contract Term: Indeterminate, full-time permanent; the person selected will be offered an employment contract from one of our global offices depending on their resident status (you must hold a valid work authorization – WUSC will not facilitate any work authorization process).

Salary Level: A local salary and compensation package based on WUSC’s salary grid PRO3 Level will be discussed during the selection process.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Organizational advisor – diversity, equity and inclusion

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