Inclusive Development Advisor
Public Health Institute
About the organization
The Global Health Training, Advisory and Support Contract (GHTASC) delivers effective global health programming to advance the mission of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Global Health (GH) through institutional support and workforce development services from junior, mid-level, senior and expert advisory, and administrative professionals.
Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for GHTASC, and are seeking a Inclusive Development Advisor under GHTASC. This position will be hired under Public Health Institute (PHI).
The primary responsibilities of the Inclusive Development Advisor will be to work with the Senior GH Policy and Health Equity Advisor and the GH Antidiscrimination and Diversity Council (ADC) in the coordination and implementation of initiatives and activities that advance the Inclusive Partnerships Pillar of the GH Antidiscrimination and Diversity Council (ADC). Responsibilities include leading the inclusive development workstream, communicating across offices on the progress and deliverables of the Council as it relates to inclusive development; support offices as needed with cross-cutting DEIA initiatives, programs, and policies; and leverage best practices in DEIA and inclusive development to implement other internal and external activities.
This position will serve as a subject matter expert to enhance the engagement with marginalized and underrepresented groups - groups that are disproportionately excluded from opportunities and systems (e.g., employment, political representation, education, basic services), often due to structural and societal obstacles and historical marginalization. Such groups may include women; youth; children in adversity and their families; older persons; persons with disabilities; LGBTQI+ people; displaced persons; migrants; Indigenous Peoples and communities; non-dominant religious, racial, and ethnic groups; people of castes traditionally considered lower, lower socioeconomic status; and people with unmet mental health needs.
Master’s degree with 6 years of relevant experience, bachelor’s degree with 8 years of relevant experience, Associate’s degree and 10 years of relevant experience, or High School graduate and 12 years of relevant experience.
1-2 years of experience in working on DEIA issues within a workplace in some capacity.
1-2 years of experience working in an inclusive development sector supporting disability rights, Indigenous peoples' rights, children in adversity, LGBTQI+ rights, or related sector. Evidence of excellent interpersonal, facilitation, motivational, and teambuilding skills/experience
Demonstrated ability in program management or working across multiple offices and different levels of employees or teams.
Demonstrated organizational management, leadership skills in negotiating, influencing and managing diplomatically sensitive issues, in order to build and sustain a culture of accountability, ownership, and delivery among stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to apply policy directives to activity design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation.
A depth of understanding of the US and international issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility and experience with implementing organizational transformation activities.
Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal, presentation development and facilitation skills.
Proficiency in the use of MS or Google Suites.
US citizenship or permanent residency required.
Full salary range for this position is $92,300 to $145,617 per year, with the starting salary determined based on candidate’s knowledge, skills, experience, as well as budget availability.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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