Gender Lead

Posted By: Equitable Tourism Options (Equations)


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Program Implementation

Development Finance & Banks

Job Description


We are currently looking for a Gender Lead with 5+ years of experience with gender studies background. The Gender Lead will work in advancing gender equality by ensuring integration of gender issues in our existing programmes, monitoring, evaluation, learning, and other activities undertaken by EQUATIONS. The Gender Lead will serve as focal point for the design and implementation of programs related to gender equality, act as the principal in-house resource on gender equality issues, practices, and policies. She/he will assist in the developing gender equality indicators and targets, as well as in the collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitative sex-disaggregated data at baseline; contribute to monitor and evaluate results against the indicators, so as to inform program and project improvements and strategic decisions;


Candidates should be dedicated and have a strong work ethic to keep up with a fast-paced work environment. Ability to multitask and undertake activities with respect to multiple projects simultaneously, to work effectively under tight time constraints and to meet deadlines with attention to detail and quality.


Preferred qualification: Degree in social science, development studies, gender, or related field is preferred. A minimum of 5 years’ experience of working on gender issues is preferred.


Language skills - English and at least one other Indian language


Remuneration: 50,000 per month


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Eligibility Criteria

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Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Equitable Tourism Options (Equations)
  • About Organization:At EQUATIONS, research is the foundation for all our work. We study the relationship between tourism (and it’s development patterns) and the communities and ecosystems it most affects. We conduct our research through lenses of sustainability, social justice, governance, policy, economics, or ecology and the intersection of these.