Sr. Manager – Gender Curriculum
Sr. Manager – Gender Curriculum
Breakthrough is looking for a Sr. Manager – Gender Curriculum for its Strategic Partnership & Scale-up team. The person will be responsible for creating, testing, and disseminating curriculum including digitised curriculum on behalf of the Strategic Partnership & Scale-up team with partner organisations, networks, and collaborators etc. The detailed role and responsibilities are mentioned below:
- Creating curriculum content, testing for Breakthrough and partner organizations including Govt, CSO, Private Sector etc.
- Digitise, maintain, and disseminate existing curriculum on online platforms in Breakthrough, and among partners, and networks
- Create digital products, and tools for the team including interactive games, webinars, online training modules
- Contribute to creating online content as required for BT’s learning and capacity building platforms
- Develop a quarterly plan for self and with team and ensure that production and delivery happens accordingly
- Provide progress updates to the leadership team and supervisor regarding the project
- Analyse, write reports, and communicate of the usage of different content created including online content, and process documentation
- Disseminate publications, information, and process documentation on regular basis internally and externally as needed
Specific Knowledge, Skill & Experience Required:
- Instructional design background
- Should have publications and curriculum developed in their name
- 8-10 years of relevant experience in the field
- Good command of gender, rights and sexuality issues
- Able to develop publications in Hindi as well as English
- Facilitation skills
Breakthrough was founded in 1999 with the mission of using arts and culture to bring human rights issues — especially violence and discrimination against marginalised groups — into mainstream conversation and inspire critical mass of people to take action for change. Its award-winning music albums and campaigns have won innumerable awards and have stirred unprecedented discussion across India about women’s rights and brought the problem of domestic violence out from behind closed doors. Earlier partnerships with the Ministry of Women and Child Development for dissemination of our media and IEC products which ensures that the messaging reaches large numbers as can be seen by the Bell Bajao campaign that reached 130 million in Phase I and 110 million in Phase II. The support was received pro-bono and is estimated to be worth INR 150 million. The Ministry has adopted Breakthrough’s MissionHazaar campaign on preventing sex selection under its flagship “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” campaign and is disseminating the TV spots, curriculum and communication guide in 12 Indian languages.
Breakthrough’s current work spans across 5 states on transforming gender norms to prevent Violence against Women & Girls, and exploring the interlinkages between its various manifestations. Breakthrough makes innovative use of media, arts and technology including digital and mobiles, leadership development and community mobilisation to activate critical mass of people who will deliver the culture change needed to make violence against women and girls unacceptable. Centre to this is a gender equity curriculum, called Taron ki Toli that builds gender equitable views among adolescents 11-18 year olds, in school and in the community. Breakthrough uses leadership development to build capacities of 15-25 year olds to transform themselves and recruit others to make violence against women and girls unacceptable. It also works in the community with influencers and gatekeepers to shift norms to prevent violence and build values for girls and women. Media and arts infuse all our work and building evidence is a strong focus. Strategic partnership with governments are key – currently partnering with the Department of Education, Government of Punjab to apply gender lens to middle school curriculum across government schools. Currently reaching 573,000 adolescents and their communities to prevent violence against women and promote a culture of human rights, Breakthrough plans to reach 2 million adolescents over the next few years.
The position holder will be expected to work in line with organisational values which are:
Breakthrough is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, colour, caste, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, economic status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. Our policies and procedures reflect our commitment to child safeguarding.
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