Program Coordinator for Quality and Learning, Kampala, Uganda
Organization: International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Work with the DDP and Sector Leads to identify needs for communications and information materials, and as needed support the development of communications materials (such as brochures, fact sheets, articles, posters, or audio-visual materials) to promote the work of IRC Uganda among various stakeholders.
Support efforts to communicate key information internally to IRC Uganda staff. This can include supporting the dissemination of reports, minutes, key policies, etc., as well as more general knowledge management support to colleagues.
The Program Coordinator for Quality and Learning will need to meet the requirements below:
Degree in Development Studies, International Relations, Social Sciences, Development Economics, or a similar field (Master's degree preferred).
Four to six years of experiences focusing on program quality in the humanitarian or development sectors, with increasing levels of seniority. Given that the IMPACT Standards are new and are broad, it is not expected that a given candidate will have directly relevant experience in all components of IMPACT. Instead, candidates should be able to demonstrate experience in at least some aspects of program quality and should also be able to demonstrate a propensity for learning and teaching across diverse topics within program quality.
Minimum one year international experience working in a humanitarian or development setting.