Head of Archaeology and Anthropology Division, HQ-Field, E7
The Hague (Netherlands)
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Reporting to the Science and Technology Director, and working closely with Heads of Programs and AAD staff in the country programs, the Head of Archaeology and Anthropology Division’s will work from ICMP headquarters in The Hague and will spend significant amount working in our country programs. The main duties and responsibilities are the following:
- Reviews, updates and operationalizes AAD’s strategy to underpin institutional and programmatic goals, and harmonize ICMP’s AAD working modalities and engagement internally and externally
- Works with AAD staff to develop and maintain standard operating procedures and guidelines in support of ICMP technical activity and/or capacity building in program areas
- Drafts policy, work plans, evaluation criteria and standards of conduct for ICMP work related to AAD
- Works with the Center for Excellence and Learning, to develop AAD learning plans and curriculum
- Facilitates training, workshops, seminars and on-the-job mentoring to external partners and ICMP staff members
- Leads the AAD general orientation training for all new hires and ensures a thorough onboarding of all AAD staff in the country programs related to ICMP AAD standards of operation
- Keeps abreast of all AAD activities and ensures suitable AAD staff or consultants are available to implement AAD activities and trainings
- Ensures AAD activities in country programs are conducted appropriately as directed by country Head of Office, to ensure congruence with program goals and to work within the framework of established cooperation with domestic authorities and other partners
- Performing AAD activities in country programs such as working in hardship locations during mass grave excavations
- Provides inputs into project proposal and donor reports
- Participates in authorship of scientific publications
- Other related duties as assigned.