People for Parity is a social change initiative that envisions a world with gender peace- a state of reconciliation and collaborative co-existence between people of all genders. This is a state of increased empathy and understanding leading to abolition of normative forms of gender based violence and discrimination. It works with youth and institutions to create a generation of change-makers to lead non-violent dialogue within communities on transforming social norms and beliefs that discriminate on the basis of gender and affect the human rights of community members. We deeply imbibe values of empathy, restorative justice, inclusion and non-violence in our programs and approach.
Founded by IIT Delhi alumni and based in New Delhi, we are among few social enterprises in the country which works with issues concerning all genders. One of five recipients of India Youth Fund 2014 (UN Habitat and Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation), and supported by the Tata Trusts, we are also a part of various networks – Youth Collective Forum, UNOY Peacebuilders, Ashoka, YouthActionNet, RoundGlass. Some of the key milestones in our work are as below –
Expertise in designing and facilitation curricula that enables reflection, understanding and action on gender issues
a flagship part-time experiential program ‘Pratiti Gender Peace Fellowship’
Transforming lives of over 400 at-risk youth across Delhi, MP, UP, Bihar, and Rajasthan
Conducting gender education workshops with over 8,000 young people
Building capacities of ~25 government and non-government institutions including the police in 4 states to address gender issues within their systems and work
We are seeking an Associate-Strategic Partnerships based in Delhi, responsible for making impact happen in a dynamic start-up like environment. In this role, you will work closely with the founders of the organization in building partnerships with diverse institutions to implement gender peace within their teams, communities and organizations. You will be responsible for designing and writing reports, presentations and analysis for various stakeholders-foundations, government, corporates and donors. You will also be responsible for implementing a monitoring and evaluation plan to measure the change in mind-sets across our program locations including the design of measurement tools and metrics. Other responsibilities will include supporting program teams with data collection tools and strategies and accounting support.
Our Associate-Strategic Partnerships will be a dynamic, high-energy individual with proven time management skills and able to work without a high level of supervision. The role requires working to tight deadlines and targets; and interacting with multiple stakeholders at all times.
Roles & Responsibilities:
Major roles and responsibilities include, but will not be limited to:
Writing formal reports, presentations and pitch documents for various stakeholders
Assessing and identifying ideal stakeholders and partners for gender peace
Preparing proposals, pitch decks and EOIs
Preparing reports and updates for ongoing partnerships
Generating leads for gender peace work in government, corporate, academic or development institutions
Implementation of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan across our programs
Designing tools for different aspects of measurement- surveys, activities, tests
Interacting with program teams to embed measurement activities in project plans
Collecting, documenting and analysing M&E data
Writing impact assessment reports for various stakeholders
Supporting in administrative and accounting activities, as required
Desired candidate would have:
Minimum work experience of 2 years
Demonstrated passion for social change and gender issues
Proficiency in formal writing skills
Reading, writing and speaking proficiency in both English and Hindi
Proficiency and prior experience of working with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Communication skills to empathetically lead stakeholder conversations
Analytical and logical reasoning skills
Commitment to a start-up with no fixed days, timing and place of work
Ability to work to deadlines, and self-manage their time
Bonus: Experience in grassroots community work
Bonus: Experience in business development/ marketing
Bonus: Experience in impact measurement
How to Apply:
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis but looking for someone to join us in April 2017. If you’d like to apply, send a resume AND a short pitch explaining ‘Why you’re the one for the job‘ to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please mention the email subject as ‘Application for Associate-Strategic Partnerships’.
write to us at: email@example.com
Please note that we are a small team and cannot support telephonic queries about this JD.