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Global Nutrition Policy Analyst

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10 janv. 2019, 15:51

Global Nutrition Policy Analyst 
Bristol (with flexiblity), UK
Full application details and person specification can be found here

The Global Nutrition Report (GNR) is the world’s foremost publication on the
status of malnutrition around the world. It acts as a stock-take on the world’s
nutrition – globally, regionally and country by country – and on efforts to
improve it. It tracks progress on global nutrition targets, ranging from dietrelated non-communicable diseases to maternal, infant and young child
nutrition.

The GNR aims to provide a single authoritative source on progress towards
addressing global malnutrition. It is a key resource providing data and
evidence on nutrition and reflects the high standards of quality and
independence required of all Development Initiatives (DI) products.

The 2018 Global Nutrition Report reviews existing processes, highlights
progress in combating malnutrition, identifies challenges and proposes ways
to solve them. Through this, the report guides action, builds accountability and
sparks increased commitment to furthering the progress that can reduce
malnutrition much faster.

It is researched, analysed and written by the co-chairs of an Independent
Expert Group (IEG) of world-leading academics, researchers and government
representatives. The IEG is consulted on, inputs into and reviews the report. A
wider Stakeholder Group (SG) – drawn from government, donor, civil society,
multilateral and private sector organisations – provides strategic leadership of
the report.

Role profile and purpose
DI is the host organisation for the GNR and is responsible for the delivery of
the report, its communications and outreach strategy, as well as all on and
offline communications. The postholder will be accountable for DI’s delivery of
all project elements, and will work closely with the Senior Project Manager.
The postholder will be responsible for supporting the IEG co-chairs to
research and develop content as well as writing the report under their
guidance. They will also supervise and support its outreach and management,
serving as DI’s contact with the SG, that provides governance for the GNR.

The postholder will be required to travel extensively to represent the GNR at
external meetings, conferences and summits, will meet with stakeholders and
will attend the SG and IEG meetings.

Duties and responsibilities
Technical duties
• Be accountable for delivery of the GNR project at DI, maintaining its
independence, credibility and high quality
• Oversee and manage the development of the report and online
resources with guidance and input from the IEG, having overall
responsibility for the final output
• Provide updates and reporting to stakeholders (SG and donor group)
and be able to lead or participate in regular remote meetings to keep
all stakeholders up to date
• Maintain overview and direct research and analysis of available data
as approved by IEG co-chairs and other stakeholders
• Work with the IEG members to provide guidance and oversight to the
DI GNR nutrition data team and support them in gathering annual data
for tracking and analysis
• Commission background work, case studies or further analytical work
to fill gaps and inform interpretation in the data
• Work with the Publications team to produce a published report which
provides key data and recommendations in a format most suitable for
the key audiences identified by the SG
• Liaise with the Publications team to produce online resources to
support the demand of key audiences
• Work with the Communications team to promote the report through
available communication networks and present the findings of the
report at events as required, and liaise with journalists, provide
interviews and respond to inquiries
• Oversee reporting to donors and input and finalise funding applications
• Maintain relationship with the University of Bristol and other academic
institutions working on malnutrition

Business Skills and Leadership
• Lead on nutrition policy at DI
• Maintain effective relations across the organisation
• Be accountable for the project budget with the support of the Senior
Project Manager
• Develop and maintain project partnerships
• Represent the GNR externally
• Manage contractor relationships (for instance, setting Terms of
Reference and managing performance)
• Work across teams providing quality assurance on areas of expertise
• Demonstrate creativity in applying solutions
• Confidently make and support clear decisions

Management duties
• Work collaboratively across the organisation to ensure DI delivers to a
high standard, provide leadership and motivation to staff members
• If required, manage a team of staff and ensure they are delivering to a
high standard across their objectives, and performance-manage or upskill if and when appropriate
• Take responsibility for health, safety and security obligations for team
members

General responsibilities
• Be aware of and take personal responsibility for any health and safety
issues and obligations
• Uphold all aspects of Company policies and procedures and legal
requirements in relation to personal conduct
• Prepare for and engage in one-to-one meetings and performance
management appraisals
• Maintain personal professional development and personal
development plans
• Be willing and committed to take on new work as and when required
and be proactive

Contractual details
Start date: Early 2019, depending on notice period
Location: DI’s Bristol office (at North Quay House, Quay Side, Temple Back, Bristol, BS1 6FL) with flexibility
Length: Permanent
Salary: £50,000 to £55,000 per annum, depending on experience
Hours: 35 hours a week
Probation: 3 months
Leave: 25 days pro rata, plus all bank/public holidays

Application details
Your CV (no more than two pages) and covering letter, which should detail
your skills and evidence of experience and how it relates to the job
description, should be emailed to: Connie Fitzgerald (Human Resources
Officer) at HR@devinit.org, quoting ref: Senior Global Nutrition Policy
Analyst in the email subject line. Your letter should also include your salary
expectations, notice period/available start date and where you saw the job
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