The Energy in Emergencies - Mitigating Risks of GBV (EEMRG) programme is a 2-year initiative with the goal of improving the capacity of humanitarian actors to design sustainable, market-driven access to energy programmes that are specifically designed to address the energy needs of women and girls, enhance their opportunities to play a central role in the sector, and help mitigate risks to GBV. This will primarily be achieved through designing and delivering a curriculum in partnership with Mercy Corps Afghanistan, Jordan, and Uganda teams to humanitarian practitioners as well as working in collaboration with existing related networks and communities of practice.
The EEMRG Programme Manager will be responsible for leading all aspects of the programme. The individual will provide day-to-day management of programme activities, ensuring that the EEMRG is delivered on time and on budget, provide technical support related to the programme, and ensure effective communication and coordination between all stakeholders, partners, contracted consultants, and the project donor.
Most critically, the individual will lead the project's development of curriculum and tools to guide the design of Energy Access in Emergency programming; communication, coordination and co-design with country teams in Afghanistan, Jordan and Uganda; and delivery of the training to humanitarian practitioners in Afghanistan, Jordan and Uganda. The individual will also be responsible for maintaining networks and representing Mercy Corps in energy access and humanitarian response communities of practice.
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