|Published||March 20, 2022|
|Category||Computer & IT|
|Job Type||Full Time|
Kvinna till Kvinna is looking for a Program Developer Ukraine to join our team in Stockholm. This is a temporary full-time position until March 2023, based at our head office in Stockholm
Please note we will be interviewing on a continuous basis until we find the right person. So send your application as soon as possible!
The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation has defended women’s rights since 1993. For every woman’s right to be safe and to be heard. Today we are one of the world’s leading women’s rights organisations, working directly in areas affected by war and conflict to strengthen women’s influence and power. We work closely together with over 150 local partner organisations across 20 countries to end violence against women, reach lasting peace and close the gender gap once and for all. The future is equal. And together, we are change.
About the job
As our Programme Developer for Ukraine you are responsible for developing Kvinna till Kvinna's programme for Ukraine, in accordance with the working methods, strategies, policies, and methods of Kvinna till Kvinna. As the program is in the development stage, you will be able to use all your creativity, professional skills, your competence, knowledge and engagement!
Monitoring of funding opportunities, development of project proposals and budgets for potential donors based are part of the responsibility, as well as the development of briefs on ongoing developments in relation to Ukraine. In addition, you will manage and develop Kvinna till Kvinna’s emergency funding for Ukraine. Identifying advocacy opportunities and cooperating with our advocacy team is also part of the job.
You will be part of the programme department and report to the regional manager for South Caucasus and Ukraine. You will coordinate internally with other departments and units working with women, peace and security within your area of responsibility.
To be able to work as a programme developer you should be responsible and accurate as well as strategic, with an ability to prioritise. You need to have good time management skills to be able to manage your workload and meet deadlines. We are looking for someone who is responsive, flexible and adaptable with great cooperation ability as well as a commitment to human rights and gender equality.
You need to at least have
Academic degree in a relevant field such as political science, international relations, development studies, peace and conflict studies, gender studies, human rights, law or similar.
Minimum three years of work experience of which at least two from working with international development cooperation, including results management and budgeting.
Experience in identifying funding opportunities and documented experience in successful proposal and report writing to donors.
Knowledge of and/or experience from working in/with Ukraine or other countries in the Eastern Partnership region.
Fluency in English as a working language.
Knowledge of Swedish and EU development cooperation.
Experience of programme development.
Knowledge of gender, conflict and human rights within development cooperation.
Experience from working with advocacy preferably on an international level.
Experience of drafting and establishing cooperation agreements with local partners.
Knowledge of Swedish, Ukraine and/or Russian language.
Interested candidates can send their CV