Counterpart International, Inc.

Technical Support Consultants

Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Category
New Business Development
Employment Type
Consultant
Job Type
Headquarters

Overview

Counterpart International partners with local organizations - our counterparts - to build inclusive, sustainable communities in which their people thrive. Established in 1965, Counterpart - a global development organization - forges partnerships with between citizens, government, and the private sector to invest in food security and nutrition, economic development, and effective governance and institutions. Our mission reflects our longstanding commitment to building the capacity of individuals and communities to control their own future. We are proud of our record of innovations in community-based development, and we aspire to build on them. Though Counterpart's projects are diverse, they share a common objective: supporting people in defining their own destinies.

Responsibilities

Counterpart International is looking for Technical Support Consultants that have areas expertise in the following areas: 

 

  • Civil Society strengthening assessments
  • Demand-driven health
  • Economic growth in historically agricultural-based industries
  • Education
  • Political transitions
  • Women's economic empowerment
  • Preventing electoral violence
  • Disinformation / alternative messaging campaigns and media use
  • Use of ICT tools for development solutions

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in public administration, public policy, or relevant social sciences field, Masters degree preferred.
  • At least five (5) years of experience working with Civil Society Strengthening Assessments, Demand-Driven Health, Economic Growth in Historically Agriculture-Based Industries, Education, Political Transitions, Women's Economic Empowerment, Preventing Electoral Violence, Disinformation/Alternative Messaging Campaigns and Media Use, Use of ICT Tools for development solutions and related fields.
  • Minimum three (3) years of experience working on monitoring and evaluation (M&E), that includes demonstrated experience incorporating robust indicators and M&E plans that incorporate process, output, and outcome indicators.
  • Experience managing large sub-grants components;
  • Demonstrated skills in effectively maintaining good relations with and/or collaborating with local government structures, senior government officials, civil society actors.
  • Professional experience in implementing donor-funded projects with preference for USAID-funded projects.
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, oral and written communications skills.
  • Speaking and writing fluency in English.

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