The roles primary responsibility will be to provide technical support to design and implement the project’s objectives. The adviser will oversee the planning and effective delivery of projects (change initiatives) resulting in measurable improvements, including changes to policies and procedures, job roles and organization structures, systems and methods, leadership styles and communication strategies.
She / He will be involved in working with international and local technical experts’ day-to-day work in designing and delivering impactful change interventions in their respective functional areas to fulfil the targeted institutional capability improvements, responsiveness-to-stakeholders and enhanced governance objectives of the program.
Furthermore, the advisor will work with the Team Leader to contribute to and edit the program’s periodical plans and progress reports.
The adviser will also provide direct support and coaching to the local consultants as they help their internal counterparts and beneficiaries through their transitions. The adviser will also support project teams in deploying and integrating a range of change levers and interventions in their plans.
The Institutional Development Adviser will be an institutional development expert, with strong experience in Institutional Development, preferably in Mozambique or the Southern African region and will have demonstrated experience in achieving ambitious targets in similar capability and capacity building initiatives.