Chapter Gender Consultant

Women in Global Health

Duties and Responsibilities

The Chapter Gender Consultant is responsible for:

Movement building

  • Proactive relationship building with Chapters, interest groups, and enquiries per geography or other chapter groupings in their portfolio.
  • Knowledge management, communication flow, and quarterly recording of key activities from across the chapter groups within their portfolio
  • Support WGH on gender issues, dissemination of knowledge, interconnectivity between chapters, and proactive liaison between chapters and WGH Global.

Strategic portfolios

  • Developing and delivering assigned training and workshops to chapter members.
  • Proactive support collective learning ventures, with emphasis on cross-chapter collaboration.
  • Developing and delivering collective peer-to-peer events (webinars, specific events as per WGH planning)
  • Technical support to advocacy campaigns or events as required.
  • Tool development management or support as necessary for chapters and or strategic dossiers.

Monitoring and evaluation:

  • Tracking and accountability on WGH movement activities per quarter, specifically on geographies, chapter grouping, and strategic dossiers in their portfolio.
  • Timely updating of MBT tools
  • Maintaining a formal written record and correct archiving of all work within their portfolio.

Fundraising and reporting

  • Follow up on WGH grants in chapters within their portfolio
  • Support WGH Global in resource mobilization efforts


  • Administrative support to dossiers as assigned in the teamwork plan.
  • Management and follow-up of dossiers as assigned in team work plan.
  • Collaboration with other WGH team members on dossiers as assigned by the Director.

Experience and skills required

  • Educated to degree level in relevant field (gender, public health, political science, international development, health, or other relevant disciplines)
  • 5 years of relevant experience in working with diverse stakeholders across varied geographies and languages.
  • Experience in activism and movement-building
  • Experience in training and tool development
  • Experience in working on global health, international development, gender, and human rights, or other related fields
  • Research experience is desirable.
  • Proficiency in English is obligatory
  • All other languages are a plus; Spanish and Arabic are desirable
  • Proficient IT skills in Word, Excel, PPT and/or Canva, AI tools, etc.

Other requirements

  • Stable internet access
  • Preference for candidates living + or – 5 hours UTC.

Starting date: March, 2024

How to apply

The deadline to apply for this position is 11 February 2024. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

To apply, please upload your CV and cover letter in PDF format using the application form.

Application information must include the following:

  1. Nationality and place of residency
  2. Time zone where you would work from
  3. Languages in which you can work proficiently
  4. The date that you are available to start work

Deadline: 11 Feb 2024

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