Director, N-Team Job in Canada
Nutrition International , Canada

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Experience
1 Year
Salary
0 - 0
Job Type
Job Shift
Job Category
Requires Traveling
No
Career Level
Telecommute
No
Qualification
Master's Degree
Total Vacancies
1 Job
Posted on
Feb 23, 2021
Last Date
May 23, 2021
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Job Description

Employment Type: Permanent, Full-Time
Location: Ottawa, Canada

Are you looking for a chance to change the world? Are you someone who often asks ‘why not’, and has the vision to see what could be? If so, we are looking for people like you to join our global team.

About us

At Nutrition International, we make a difference, because nutrition is the difference.

Woven into the very fabric of our approach is the passion and drive of our global team of over 400 people, working in 13 offices across 11 countries with one common goal: transforming the lives of people who need it most through improved nutrition.

If you are a motivated and passionate individual who shares our conviction that a better world is possible through improved nutrition, wants to leave the world a little better than they found it, and is looking to be part of a global team with a clear vision, we want to hear from you. Please consider applying for the position below.

At an exciting time of growth and opportunity for the organization, we seek a Director for our N-TEAM portfolio. This permanent, full-time position (37.5 hours per week) will be located at our headquarters in Ottawa, Canada.

About the role

Nutrition International’s Nutrition Technical Assistance Mechanism (N-TEAM) is a global hub of technical expertise that provides technical support to governments, particularly for the planning, research, delivery, as well as the tracking and surveillance of nutrition programs.

N-TEAM is a business model through which governments and other nutrition stakeholders can access Nutrition International’s world-class technical expertise. With a presence in 20 countries in Asia and Africa, N-TEAM uses a country-driven, coordinated approach to ensure that all partners committed to improving nutrition outcomes are connected and consulted, and that all systems for nutrition delivery are harmonized to achieve maximum impact.

As part of the Global Technical Services Unit, the Director, N-TEAM is an entrepreneurial individual, who understands the global health architecture and is sensitive to the national priorities. S/he will lead a team of Program Directors and develop and manage a portfolio of services that aim to improve countries’ capacity to meet the nutrition targets and transform the lives of millions of people. Specific duties will include:

  • Relationship Building: Will build relationships with key government partners around the world, scanning the environment for opportunities to implement the N-TEAM approach to improving nutrition outcomes amongst vulnerable populations. You will represent NI at external meetings, including meetings with government officials, the general public, and the media and NI partner network meetings.
  • Technical Assistance: Develop a portfolio of technical services to strengthen countries’ capacity to scale-up nutrition interactions, working with national governments and their partner, including non-state actors. Overseethe work of the Project Directors for the N-TEAM and Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) grant. Maintain liaison with N-TEAM donors and other key stakeholders to assess NI’s performance on N-TEAM work and to secure additional resourcing as required.
  • Human Resource Management: Oversee the work of the Project Directors for N-Team, including the DFID Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) grant. Lead the N-TEAM unit; oversee and direct the work of the unit, establish and maintain job descriptions, conduct periodic performance assessments including annual performance appraisals; recruitment and induction / training of new staff.
  • Budgeting and financial management: Develop propose and manage plans and budgets (as part of the annual Program of Work and Budget). This will involve issuing program and funding approvals for NI activity in accordance with delegated authorities. Ensure that all staff deployment and program activities programming are managed within budget and tracked correctly in the contracts database.
  • Resource Mobilization: In close coordination with, and as required by the Strategy and Growth Unit, support (a) concept development, identification and follow up of new opportunities; (b) meetings with donors and partners re new opportunities; (c) contributions to the development of concept notes and proposals on N-TEAM.
  • Supervisory Responsibilities: Indirect supervision of an input to performance appraisal reviews of TAN team members.
  • International Travel: The position will require travel to Africa and Asia, as well as the Americas and Europe. Trips are usually expected to no more than 25% of the year. Trips are usually expected to be short-term in duration (lt;3 weeks). Overall travel days per year are usually no more than 90.

About you

We are looking for someone who shares our organizational culture of delivering high-impact and cost-effective programs to the world’s most vulnerable. We seek someone who will lead by example to foster an entrepreneurial culture of ingenuity and innovation so that we bring together the best of our efforts for lasting results.

You are a proven leader who is highly skilled in developing and building relationships with key government stakeholders and partners. You have worked extensively in Asia and/or Africa and understand the local context within these regions. You are an innovative thinker who is not constrained by the thoughts and approaches of others. In addition, the ideal candidate will have:

  • Post-graduate (Masters or PhD or MD) degree holder; advanced education in public health or a similar field.
  • At least 10 years’ experience of planning/designing, preparing proposals for, and managing large-scale social sector development programs in developing countries.
  • A solid track record of the successful preparation and winning of large value programming proposals.
  • Experience of work on international development programming in one or more developing countries.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the international development sector and its main actors, and of key issues in development. Knowledge of and experience in public health and/or nutrition.

Language Skills

Fluent in English is required. French will be considered an asset.

What we offer:

  • Nutrition International offers a competitive compensation package including a comprehensive extended health, dental and vision benefits package, RRSP plan, Pension Plan, Life and Disability coverage, a learning and development allowance, and health and wellness allowance. In addition, reasonable relocation expenses including flights to Ottawa for the employee and dependents, movement of household goods and temporary accommodation will be covered up to a maximum of $25,000. The base salary for this role will be between $115,000 - $130,000 CAD.


To apply please forward your resume and cover letter by email to or by fax to 613-782-6838 or click on the Apply button below to submit your application.

Nutrition International Address

180 Elgin Street, Suite 1000
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2P 2K3
Tel: +1 613.782.6800
Fax: +1 613.782.6838

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