The Manoff Group is hiring!
The Manoff Group is looking for a Technical Advisor, Capacity Strengthening, for work on the USAID Advancing Nutrition Project. Launched in September 2018, USAID’s flagship nutrition project implements and provides technical support to nutrition interventions across sectors and disciplines for the agency and its partners. The Technical Advisor will provide technical leadership for curriculum design and implementation of capacity strengthening activities across the USAID Advancing Nutrition portfolio, including maternal and young child health, nutrition-sensitive agriculture, food systems, food security and country-specific work in both development and humanitarian contexts. S/he will provide technical leadership for designing and adapting courses for specific audiences and other types of capacity strengthening interventions, including distance learning and mentoring. Working collaboratively with other technical experts, s/he will also play a critical role in supporting the design of needs assessments and measurement approaches for capacity strengthening activates. The Technical Advisor will collaborate and coordinate with technical experts across project staff, host country counterparts, implementing partners and other global stakeholders to ensure expert implementation of project activities, ensuring quality capacity strengthening. Capacity strengthening activities across our project are especially diverse, including initiatives that reach governments, civil society, national and international NGOs and staff from a range of disciplines, including nutrition, health systems, food systems, agriculture, and food security. The Technical Advisor reports to the Senior Technical Advisor, Strategic Learning and Capacity Strengthening, a TMG-held position, and is based in Arlington, VA.
Click here to learn more about the role and its requirements. Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 21st, 2020.
Please note that The Technical Advisor, Capacity Strengthening position is advertised through multiple USAID Advancing Nutrition consortium partners and is fully seconded to the project. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply through the single (1) organization they are most interested in working for. Submitting applications through more than one (1) consortium partner is prohibited and could result in disqualification.
We are also looking for a Social and Behavior Change Specialist at our headquarters office in Washington, DC. This position plays a critical role in supporting the long-term success of several SBC projects in the TMG portfolio. This position requires keen interest in SBC work and provides an opportunity to work on a wide range of activities and with an experienced SBC team. Click here to learn more about the role and its requirements. Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
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