The FHI 360 is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Skills Development Advisor II based in Washington DC, USA.
FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions.
Key Job Responsibilities
The Skills Development Advisor will perform the following functions-
- Develop strategies to increase learning and skills building for employment, citizenship, leadership and healthy behaviors to prepare young people for transition into adulthood including
- Ensure that skills development and leadership activities are accessible to young women.
- Promote age-appropriate learning opportunities based on developmental phases of different age groups.
- Provide technical leadership in community engagement and leadership opportunities for youth.
- Provide technical leadership in design, development, planning, and implementation; and capacity-building in quality technical, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship skills training.
- Ensure that project strategies and activities addressing youth are evidence-based and in line with state-of-the-art, globally recognized best practices; including Youth in Development Policy.
- Develop and maintains collaborative relationships with donor/client organizations, relevant government agencies, youth-serving organizations, and other NGOs.
- Assist with business development efforts including participating in capture efforts and writing proposal sections.
Applicants must have-
- Master’s Degree or its International Equivalent in education, business, or other relevant field.
- 8+ years of experience in workforce development with an emphasis on youth development activities.
- Excellent track record of achieving results in similar types of skill development activities.
- Demonstrated high-level technical, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
- Expertise in delivering training to diverse audiences with varying levels of education.
- Strong critical thinking and technical writing skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and multi-cultural skills coupled with strong public speaking abilities.
- Experience in projects promoting livelihood interventions and youth employment with a focus on food-based economies highly desired.
- Demonstrated knowledge of vocational training opportunities in various developing country contexts.
- Understanding of child labor issues, including youth employment.
- Experience with USAID or other USG funding highly desired.
- Experience working with relevant government agencies, civil society organizations, employers, and unions.
- Must have strong English written and oral communication skills.
- Knowledge of adolescent development and best practices to promote positive youth development.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted through online process.
For more information, please visit FHI 360.