Component Lead will support the COP and/or DCOP in directing the technical program by leading specific component of the project. S/he will be responsible for directing activities under his/her component to be responsive with the project’s stated goals. Other responsibilities include:
- Engage with USAID, key Mexican government officials, and private sector leaders.
- Supervise technical team to ensure the quality, compliance, and timeliness of activities and deliverables.
- Participate in the participatory planning process to develop annual work plans as well as strategic plan for project deliverables.
- Master’s degree related to law, economics, political science, public policy, international affairs, or related field; OR Bachelor’s degree and more than ten years of relevant work experience.
- At least six (6) years or more of work experience in access to justice or rule of law field
- At least 2 years of management experience, leading teams or initiatives.
- Proven ability to engage with local communities, including justice sector institutions, civil society organizations, private sector, and academia.
- Work experience in Mexico is strongly preferred but not required.
- Fluency in Spanish is required. Fluency in English is preferred.