Consultancy: Development of a Resilient Development Learning Package

Oxfam Australia
Home-Based / Remote
Position Type: 
Consultancy
Organization Type: 
NGO/Civil Society
Experience Level: 
Not Specified

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Oxfam is looking for a suitable applicant to develop and pilot a set of flexible resources/materials to support Oxfam country teams, partners and Resilience Advisers already working on resilient development (climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, sustainable livelihoods) to reflect on, adapt and learn from our current programs on how these contribute to resilient development. These resources will be used as a basis to facilitate workshops with the aim to improve program quality through reflection and learning. This resource-package will be based on principles of iterative learning, good-practice, peer-learning, skill development and include materials to support the understanding of resilient development, its different components and reflections on how to improve programming.

We are looking for someone with the following skills:

a) Technical expertise and in-depth knowledge of resilience, gender justice (including women’s economic empowerment), and the Oxfam Resilient development framework

b) Strong English written and verbal communications skills

c) Experience as a trainer and/or a facilitator in workshops

d) Knowledge and field experience in resilience programming in humanitarian and long-term development work

e) Previous experience in similar assignments; knowledge and experience in training manual development through testing and incorporating inputs from key stakeholders

f) Strong presentation, facilitation, training management and report writing skills including the ability to present complex issues clearly and concisely to a broad range of audiences

g) Experience of, understanding of working across organisational and project boundaries

h) Communication and influencing skills

i) Identification with and commitment to the mission and values of Oxfam.

For enquiries relating to this position, please contact Elsa Carnaby via 

  • Terms of reference

To apply for this assignment please send in one proposal that includes: 

- Consultant(s) profile and response to the selection criteria (max. 3 pages) 
- Proposed approach and methodology; timeline and budget (max. 3 pages) 
- C.V(s) of consultant(s) including at least three professional referees (max. 4 pages per consultant) 
- Links to up to three samples of similar work 

For enquiries relating to this position, please contact Elsa Carnaby via  
Applications must be received no later than 1700h (AEST) on Friday 28 September and can be sent to Charlotte Sterrett via