Knowledge Coordinator, Anti-Corruption Tools and Practices
Jan 14, 2013 12:00 AM
The Knowledge Coordinator, Anti-Corruption Tools and Practices will work closely with colleagues within a small knowledge services team in Berlin to facilitate the scoping and analysis of relevant tools, approaches and practices from across Transparency International and the broader global anti-corruption movement. The Knowledge Coordinator will focus on distilling lessons learned from among practitioners and projects, ensuring that lessons and professional insights are synthesized and shared in action-ready formats. Building on TI’s GATEway Corruption Assessment Toolbox (http://gateway.transparency.org), a primary responsibility of the Knowledge Coordinator is to analyse trends, identify knowledge gaps, and develop products which respond to needs in the area of anti-corruption tools and solutions. The Knowledge Coordinator will play a key role in Transparency International’s efforts to identify effective approaches and accelerate adapting them at greater scale. The position will bridge researchers and evidence with practitioners positioned to innovate and act. The Knowledge Coordinator will be responsible for synthesising and communicating recommended resources and insights via active blogging, webinars and other knowledge sharing mechanisms. S/he will also serve as an editor generating content featured within Transparency International’s internal and external web sites. The Knowledge Coordinator will actively engage members and promote exchange within TI’s Anti-Corruption Research Network (http://corruptionresearchnetwork.org/) and thematic practitioner communities. Special Note: This position is the second Knowledge Coordinator post complementing the recently closed posting for Knowledge Coordinator—Anti-Corruption Networks. Qualified applicants who submitted an application for the first post are welcome to apply for this second position.