CaLP ME Capacity Building Lead (INT4399)

The Role 


The Capacity Building Lead (CBL) serves as the technical lead for the implementation and coordination of CaLP’s capacity building activities in the region, as guided by the global capacity building strategy and regional plans. With an emphasis on consistently high quality work, s/he will plan, deliver and evaluate training courses and provide support to CaLP members in the delivery of their CaLP affiliated training.  While the role has a strong training focus, the post holder will also engage with and support a wider capacity building agenda. This will include planning and facilitating learning events; providing advice and information to organisations engaged in CTP and contributing to the development of learning resources.  


CaLP is the global partnership for cash transfer programming in humanitarian aid. We are a catalyst for accelerating change in the scale and quality of cash transfer programming. We enable the collaboration necessary to develop practical solutions to collective problems in the sector. Since our founding in 2005, CaLP has been at the forefront of promoting and improving cash transfer programming across the humanitarian sector. We have recently refreshed our global strategy and are at an exciting moment, poised to help humanitarian agencies deliver on their major commitments on cash.

CaLP currently has over 50 members, united by their commitment to our shared mission. They deliver the vast majority of cash transfer programming in humanitarian aid worldwide. Our members include UN agencies, donors, international NGOs, local NGOs and private sector organisations.

A small secretariat supports our members to work together. CaLP is based in the UK and currently has regional offices in West Africa, East Africa, the US and Geneva.


About the MENA region


The MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region implements and manages programmes in Yemen, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Jordan.


Programmes within the MENA region reflect Oxfam’s approach to work across the globe. We support self-reliance, not dependency, and to complement our work on the ground we strive to secure lasting change through our campaigning.


We also put women at the heart of all we do. The majority of people living in poverty are women and girls, and so this focus helps us to achieve our mission to overcome poverty and suffering.


Useful Information 


Contract Length: 12 months (Subject to extension).

For Jordanian Nationals only.


Benefits: Oxfam offers staff a comprehensive benefits package including annual leave entitlements, sick pay provision, medical cover plus opportunities for learning and development.


It is Oxfam’s policy to hire at the minimum to middle of the band, depending upon the skills and experiences of the strongest candidate. 


At Oxfam we are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization and strongly welcome applications from women and under represented groups to apply for this position.

  • Location:
    Jordan - Amman
  • Hours:
    40 hours per week
  • Salary:
    MIN: 30,684 JOD per annum
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  • Job Type:
    Fixed Term
  • Closing Date:
    27 May 2018
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