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Senior Expert - Gender and Social Inclusion

Location: London, UK
Application Deadline: 13.03.2020. 12:00

The Senior Expert, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) will be a varied technical and management role, working particularly on providing GESI- related technical input to the design and delivery of MEL, Research and other projects. The candidate will help develop and sustain our reputation for high quality, innovative and client- and community-focused work with the highest standards around gender equality and social inclusion.

The Candidate will be expected to undertake technical design and delivery, business and proposal development, and contribute to wider institutional learning for a variety of projects. He/She will play a major role in ensuring contracted projects meet high GESI standards in design and delivery. To that end, the candidate will lend GESI expertise to projects in several themes such as governance, economic development, security and justice, fragility and conflict, education and health. These projects will relate to key Integrity service offerings, including: Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL); Research, Evidence & Analysis (REA); and Data and Knowledge Management (DKM). The role may also involve directing and managing projects, managing teams, and working closely with partners and clients.


Research Manager – Lebanon British Policing Support Programme

Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Application Deadline: 21.01.2020. 12:00

Integrity is looking for a dynamic Research Manager for the Lebanon British Policing Support Programme (BPSP). The programme seeks to further develop the strategic and operational capabilities of the Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) to better deliver effective and accountable policing services. The mainstreaming of conflict sensitivity and gender throughout the programme, as well as Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, will be a high priority. The programme has been awarded to Siren, and Integrity as partner is running the Research, M&E and Learning (RMEL) facility. Embedded with the BPSP team, the RMEL team will analyse programme performance and monitor and report on the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of the programme. The RMEL team will further monitor conflict sensitivity, gender, inclusivity and human rights throughout programme delivery.