Iowa State University (Study Abroad Program) - Service-Learning in Tanzania: Sustainable Development & Gender Equality

This program offers a wonderful insight into not only service-learning, but also justice and gender equality in rural Tanzania. The program will run during the summer 2018 for 4 weeks. The tentative dates are May 30 - June 29, 2018. This is a faculty-led global seminar and will take place near Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, the highest mountain in the continent!

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Job: Country Support Manager - CHAI, Tanzania

Organization: Clinton Health Access Initiative
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 22 Dec 2017

Founded in 2002, by President William J. Clinton and Ira C. Magaziner, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. ("CHAI") is a global health organization committed to saving lives, reducing the burden of disease and strengthening integrated health systems in the developing world.

With the establishment of the ambitious 2020 "90-90-90"? treatment targets, there is a renewed focus on initiating HIV-infected people onto ART as soon as possible, and ensuring they remain on effective treatment to achieve viral suppression - both of which require better access to Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) and Viral Load (VL) testing. However, access to effective EID and VL testing is hampered, as the market for both tests has historically been dominated by complex, laboratory-based technologies, which are unable to meet the entire testing need in resource-limited settings. These technologies require high capital investment, sophisticated laboratory infrastructure and highly trained technicians that are not available in many settings, and have limited geographic reach. As a result, most patients do not have access to testing on-site where they receive care, instead relying on transportation of samples to and results from centralized laboratories to provide access to testing. Although these conventional, laboratory-based technologies have formed the backbone for national testing programs and have provided testing to many patients, implementation has been hampered by system challenges in establishing effective sample transportation networks, transmitting test results to patients, and optimizing laboratory workflows.

The goal of this project is to speed clinical decision-making by reducing test turn-around time for EID and VL testing. This will enable earlier treatment initiation for HIV-positive infants, earlier interventions for patients with poor treatment adherence, and timelier switching of patients onto more effective second-line regimens in the case of first-line treatment failure. To reach this goal, the project will increase the proportion of EID and VL results that are returned to patients through the scale-up of point of care (POC) products as well as the strengthening of existing conventional HIV diagnostics programs.

Position Overview

The Country Support Manager (CSM) will work with the Laboratory Services Team (LST) to ensure the rapid scale-up and effective management of high-quality diagnostics for high burden diseases, focusing primarily on diagnostics for patients with HIV. The CSM will work with Ministries of Health and CHAI country teams across multiple focal countries, helping to optimize policies and processes, expand access to high quality diagnostics, ensure that countries have adopted best practices in planning and implementation of testing programs, and support forecasting and procurement of essential diagnostic products.

The CSM will support countries in the implementation of both conventional, laboratory-based diagnostic products and new, innovative POC products that bring diagnostics out of the laboratory and closer to the patient. In particular, The CSM will support countries in adopting the recently published WHO 2016 guidelines and to achieve the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets by 2020, by working with countries to develop and implement innovative strategies for scaling up testing and monitoring programs, which include HIV diagnosis (targeting key populations in lower prevalence settings), CD4 testing, Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) and viral load (VL) monitoring of patients on anti-retroviral therapy (ART). In addition, the CSM will assist countries with the evaluation, adoption and uptake of new POC diagnostic products, which can reduce the burden of undergoing testing, and improve access to essential tests, particularly in rural areas.

The CSM will also support LST in global negotiations with diagnostics manufacturers to lower prices, and with the development of new procurement strategies such as instrument rental deals to enable easier product switching. Finally, the CSM will help develop LST's market-shaping strategy for fostering competition in the global diagnostics market. In doing so, the CSM will develop strong relationships with various teams within CHAI, as well as Ministries of Health, diagnostics manufacturers, and other external partners in beneficiary countries.

We are seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding credentials, qualitative and quantitative analytical abilities, and communication skills. The CMA must be able to function independently and flexibly and have a strong commitment to excellence. CHAI places great value on relevant personal qualities: resourcefulness, responsibility, tenacity, independence, energy, work ethic and emotional intelligence.

This is a challenging but rewarding role, which will have direct and near-term impact on thousands of patients in need of life-saving health services. The role will be based in Tanzania and will support Malawi and Zimbabwe, with up to 50% travel time.
  • Serve as a key advisor to Ministries of Health, CHAI country teams, and in-country and global partners on the expansion of access to diagnostic testing, and the adoption of new diagnostic products and their integration into existing laboratory networks
  • Manage and coordinate diagnostics projects across multiple CHAI focal countries, with multiple work streams in each country
  • Act as the focal point to manage the relationship between LST and CHAI country teams, including country team leadership
  • Share best practices across country program to ensure knowledge is shared on the strategies, tools and experiences of all programs
  • Support countries in the adoption of the recently published WHO 2016 guidelines
  • Support countries in the development of strategic and implementation plans for HIV diagnosis in adults and children, targeted at achieving the UNAIDS 90:90:90 targets by 2020, focusing on HIV Diagnosis and EID (First 90), CD4 (Second 90),VL testing (Third 90), and integration of TB-HIV services
  • Support the adoption of current and new HIV and TB diagnostic products and their integration into existing lab networks
  • Assist Ministries of Health to build capacity to perform technical evaluations to drive regulatory approvals and ensure that new technologies perform accurately, conduct operational pilots to demonstrate the cost effectiveness and impact of new products on patient outcomes, and assist with analysis and writing of evaluation reports
  • Develop and share deployment models and strategies for how to maximize the impact of existing and new diagnostic technologies
  • Prepare impact analysis and build tools (forecasting, budgeting, work plans, etc.) to support countries' activities
  • Assist Ministries of Health in the development of testing policies and national implementation plans, and the creation of operational systems to support the wide-scale implementation of new and existing diagnostic products, such as training, quality assurance, and data management
  • Work with CHAI country teams, governments, and partners to identify funding for increased and sustainable investment in diagnostic products
  • Design and implement monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems to measure the impact of new and existing technologies and assess progress against project goals
  • Assist LST to manage global supplier relationships through product demand forecasting, market analysis, sharing of market intelligence, and supporting price negotiations
  • Provide remote and in-country technical assistance to CHAI country teams and governments in support of work streams related to diagnostics
  • Assist senior regional management and countries to identify funding opportunities to strengthen HIV labs and diagnostics, engage potential in-country donors, and support development of concept notes and proposals
  • Work with LST and CHAI country teams to identify synergies across programs (including HCV and TB) and support efforts to enable collaboration across programs
  • Troubleshoot technical and programmatic issues raised by countries and coordinate appropriate support from LST to address technical issues
  • Master's Degree, specialization in laboratory sciences preferred; Bachelor's degree required
  • A minimum of 5 years' professional work experience
  • Experience working in management consulting, business strategy groups, investment banks, or similar fast-paced results-oriented environments
  • Familiarity with global health issues, particularly HIV, HCV, and TB
  • Experience managing and developing demanding work plans and budgets
  • Ability to navigate government processes with multiple stakeholders
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Technical proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to solve challenging problems without extensive structural or operational support
  • Able to adapt to fast-paced and changing environments, both internally and externally
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to prepare and deliver compelling presentations and work on complex analyses
  • Fluent in English, proficiency in both written and verbal
Advantages:
  • Lab and diagnostics-related experience, either in a programmatic or clinical setting
  • Laboratory experience in either microbiology, molecular diagnostics, flow cytometry (CD4 testing), Hematology, Chemistry
  • Previous work experience in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Knowledge of workflow related to EID, CD4, Viral Load, POC, understanding the clinical underpinnings of these programs, and general market dynamics of their respective technology platforms and reagents
  • Demonstrated growth in responsibility in current or previous roles
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How to apply:

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Consultancy: Supply Financing Consultant, 2 mths (based in Tanzania) UNICEF Supply Div CPH DK

Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Denmark
Closing date: 03 Dec 2017

Consultancy Title: Supply Financing Consultant

LOCATION/DURATION:Duration: 2 months (approximately)

Location: Expected to be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Start Date: December 2017 / January 2018

Reporting to: Jointly to Finance Specialist, Procurement Services Center (PSC), UNICEF Supply Division (SD), Copenhagen, and Child Survival & Development Specialist, UNICEF Tanzania

BACKGROUND:UNICEF is currently looking for a consultant who will support Tanzania with their subscription to the Vaccine Independence Initiative (VII), a revolving fund which helps bridge temporary delays in cash-flow disbursements.

DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT:Under the joint supervision of the Finance Specialist, PSC, UNICEF SD, and Child Survival & Development Specialist, UNICEF Tanzania, consultant will:-Map the in-country budgeting process and payment release process for the vaccines and other commodities’ procurement; propose improvements for such processes;-Review, and as appropriate, support revision of the forecast and consequent funding needs for the 2018-2021 procurement of vaccines and other commodities, including identification of the existing and possible sources of funding and the budget funding gap; -Assist the country in their application to the VII, including development of the VII Plan;-Prepare the final consultancy report with: a) recommendations for improving the budgeting process and the payment release process for the vaccines and commodities’ procurement, b) the overview of funding needs for 2018-2021 procurement including information on the existing and possible sources of funding and the budget funding gap, as well as recommendations for addressing the budget gap; c) the VII Plan.

KEY DELIVERABLES:- Map the in-country budgeting process and payment release process for the vaccines and other commodities’ procurement; propose improvements for such processes (25% time allocation)In close collaboration with UNICEF Country Office, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Finance of Tanzania, the consultant will prepare an overview of the in-country budgeting process and payment release process for the vaccines and other commodities procurement, as well as propose improvements for such processes.

- Review, and as appropriate, support revision of the forecast and consequent funding needs for the 2018-2021 procurement of vaccines and other commodities, including identification of the existing and possible sources of funding and the budget funding gap (25% time allocation)In close collaboration with UNICEF Country Office, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Finance of Tanzania, the consultant will review and support the revision of the forecast and consequent funding needs for 2018-2021 vaccine procurement, including identification of the existing and possible sources of funding and the vaccine budget funding gap.

- Assist the country in their application to the VII, including development of the VII Plan (30% time allocation)In close collaboration with UNICEF Country Office, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Finance of Tanzania, the consultant will assist the country in their application to the VII, including development of the VII Plan.

- Final reporting (20% time allocation)The consultant will prepare the final consultancy report which will include:a)the in-country budgeting process and payment release process for the vaccines and other commodities’ procurement, as well as the recommendations for improving these processes;b)the overview of funding needs for 2018-2021 procurement including information on the existing and possible sources of funding and the budget funding gap, as well as recommendations for addressing the budget gap; c)the VII Plan.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Master Degree in Business, Public Health, Development or Public Finance, (Health) Economics / or in another relevant discipline for health / supply financing

Work Experience: Minimum ten years professional relevant work experience in health fiscal space analysis, health / immunization financing, setting up financial solutions for health (including trust funds etc).

Competencies: The successful candidate is expected to demonstrate the following competencies that are considered to be necessary to this consultancy:

Core Competencies
•Excellent communicator of verbal and written concepts to a government and international audience.
•Able to quickly understand instructions, to proactively seek clarification when needed. 
•Able to work well in a team environment.

Functional Competencies
•Works independently and problem-solving oriented.
•Works in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships.
•Demonstrated communication and relationship-building skills. 
•Proven capacity to work with and lead collaborative teams across different locations and with different technical skills.

For more info and to apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=509105

Job: Associate Protection Management Officer

Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 05 Dec 2017

BACKGROUND:

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees. The ultimate goal is to help find durable solutions that will allow them to rebuild their lives in dignity.

The current context, characterized by growing complexity and duration of forced displacement, increased mixed flows, and protracted nature of many refugee situations as well as limited resources’ availability and increased number of humanitarian actors on the ground, require adjustments in the operational approach by UNHCR and partners.

The increasing complexity, scale and scope of UNHCR operational engagements, demands strengthened and predictable operational support from the Division of International Protection to ensure UNHCR operations are equipped to achieve organizational commitments on quality protection, and assistance for people of concern to UNHCR. Critical policy developments at the global level require a concerted effort by UNHCR to ensure that protection and solutions considerations are underpinning and guiding the work of the organization as well as its partners.

The Protection Management Unit in the Division is tasked with bolstering Division's capacity to consolidate and improve the operationalization of UNHCR's protection and solutions policies and operational approaches with a view to protection-centered planning, prioritization/resource allocation, effective programming for protection, and monitoring and evaluation support and training to operations.

In particular, the position will support the Protection Management Unit accomplish the following change:

a) Structured protection and solutions focus in operations' strategy development, programme design and implementation;

b) Sustained and substantive protection and solutions considerations included in programme review, resource allocation, M&E and reporting.

Specifically, the consultant will support the delivery of the Programming for Protection (P4P) Learning Programme and application of its content to a broader range of programming guidance. The P4P LP is an initiative that was piloted in 2016 in three UNHCR field operations. After evaluation and feedback from participants to the pilot, a new structure for the learning programme has been agreed and content revision is currently underway. A new cohort of 4 UNHCR field operations started in August 2017 and is ending in August 2018.

OVERALL PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF ASSIGNMENT

Under the direct supervision of the Head of Protection Management Unit, the incumbent will assist in the following:
  1. Support the delivery of the Programming for Protection (P4P) Learning programme. This includes:
  2. Support content’s update and adjustments that may be necessary to undertake in 2018 during the delivery of the programme to 4 field operations (Tanzania, Malawi, Mexico, South Caucasus)
  3. Support finalization of materials for the self-study version of the P4P;
  4. Liaise with UNHCR’s Global Learning Centre, Division of Programme Support and Management and relevant units in the Division of International Protection (DIP) to provide feedback on team assignments submitted by the operations and organize thematic webinars;
  5. Maintain regular contact with the four operations to provide technical guidance and feedback on protection management and act as liaison between them and the relevant units in DIP on specific technical issues;
  6. Contribute to the development of a self-study on “Protection programming and delivery” in the framework of the Certification on International Protection (CP-IP) that is being developed by the Global Learning Centre (GLC) in collaboration with DIP;
  7. Contribute to the application of lessons learned and content developed in the framework of the Programming for Protection learning programme across the broader work of the Division, and conduct further research on strengthening programming for protection;
  8. Support the Head of Protection Management in her role within the Annual Programme Review (APR) Secretariat and support the coordination of DIP’s inputs throughout the process to ensure the inclusion of structured protection and solutions considerations in decisions on programmes and resource allocation;
  9. Finally, the consultant will contribute to other specific tasks on protection management as identified by the supervisor.
MONITORING AND PROGRESS CONTROLS:

In collaboration with the Head of Protection Management, the Consultant will develop a detailed plan of action that lists concrete outputs, activities, benchmarks and timeline on the basis of the above mentioned activities. Achievements will be measured against deliverables.

The Consultant and supervisor will hold bi-weekly update meetings on progress, achievements, timeline, obstacles and any necessary course-corrections.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:**

Education:**
  • University degree (preferably advanced) in International Humanitarian or Human Rights Law, Law, International Development, International Relations, Political and/or Social Sciences or a related field.
Experience:**
  • 3 to 5 years of relevant experience with a Master degree or 5 to 7 years with a Basic university degree, with a minimum of 1 year in the field.
  • Solid experience in working in protection and/or the delivery of humanitarian assistance;
Desirable:**
  • Experience of project or programme management
  • Experience in developing learning items
  • Experience in the development of guidance or support materials on programmatic aspects of protection, including planning, monitoring or reporting
COMPETENCIES:**
  • Excellent writing skills in English;
  • Communicates sensitively and effectively across different constituencies;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
  • Strong analytical and research skills;
  • Innovation and creativity;
  • Sound judgment and ability to pro-actively seek options to meet client’s needs;
  • Technological awareness;
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances and to handle requests or issues as they arise.
LANGUAGES:**
Excellent knowledge of English; Good working knowledge of another UN language preferably French or Spanish

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to [email protected] referring to Vacancy Number DIP/PMU/040/2017:

Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

P 11 forms are available on www.unhcr.org/recruit/p11new.doc

All application received without a P 11 will not be considered

Scholarship Opportunity for Students from Sub-Saharan Africa

The Global Human Development Program (GHD) at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service is excited to announce a full tuition scholarship for a master’s-level student from sub-Saharan Africa, made possible through the generous support of the William and Catherine McGurn Family.

The Global Human Development Program is a two year, full-time master's degree that encompasses an innovative skills-based curriculum with built-in opportunities for experiential learning. The curriculum covers core courses including the economics of development, international political economy, program design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, quantitative and qualitative methodologies, finance and budgeting, and management.

In addition to the curriculum, students apply the skills and knowledge they are learning in the classroom to three different professional work experiences: the summer field project (a fully-funded 2-3 month international work placement); an internship at a relevant Washington DC-based international development organization/agency for at least one academic semester; and the capstone project (a two-semester client engagement project emphasizing project management and analysis).

As GHD is a practitioner-focused program, competitive applicants must have at least two years of experience working in international development or a related field. All applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree prior to proposed enrollment.

To be considered for the scholarship, applicants must submit all required application materials:
  • Online application
  • Personal statement
  • Supplemental data sheet
  • Official transcripts and test scores (GREs and TOEFL/IELTS)
  • Three letters of recommendation
The scholarship will be awarded based on the overall strength of the application. The deadline for admission is January 15.

More info: https://ghd.georgetown.edu/how-to-apply

Source: https://ghd.georgetown.edu/sub-saharanafrica

Job: Procurement and Logistics Officer



Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 07 Dec 2017


Position Title : Procurement and Logistics Officer

Duty Station : Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P2

Type of Appointment : Fixed term, one year with possibility of extension

Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 07 December 2017

Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

1. Internal candidates

2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Cabo Verde, Djibouti, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Gambia, Guyana, Iceland, Comoros, Lesotho, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Maldives, Malawi, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, El Salvador, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, Samoa

Context:

Under the direct supervision of the Resource Management Officer (RMO) in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, and the overall supervision of Chief of Mission, the successful candidate will be responsible and accountable for procurement and logistics activities for the IOM mission in Tanzania.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:
  1. Supervise teams involved in the following categories of procurement and logistics work within the designated area of responsibility: procurement staff (local and international procurement); logistics staff (including the logistics cluster’s common transport service and IOM warehousing and transport operations); and fleet staff (including drivers of IOM vehicles and trucks).
  2. Conduct procurement and logistics tasks within the mission, including property and assets control, supply, service/maintenance and contractual agreements.
  3. Analyze procurement requests, identify service providers and evaluate information regarding vendor performance in terms of quality, prices and delivery of goods in view of the organization’s best interests.
  4. Solicit bids, quotations and tender documents. Oversee bidding processes and provide support for procurement transactions, and analyze them for conformity to specified requirements. Conduct appraisals, select suppliers, confirm terms of payment, prepare purchase orders, and ensure receiving authorization by the RMO / Chief of Mission.
  5. Follow up on purchase orders (PO) status and keep the head of unit and respective project managers abreast of estimated time of delivery or any changes that may affect or modify the pre-determined delivery conditions. Ensure all expected merchandized is received in accordance with PO specifications and in good conditions.
  6. Coordinate with the Global Procurement and Supply Unit and MAC for all mission purchases above USD 75,000.
  7. Ensure that appropriate funds are available for purchase. Ensure receipts are received when payment is conducted in cash and request authorization of the head of unit regarding bank transfers.
  8. Maintain internal control mechanism to safeguard the organization assets and prevent fraud, and ensure that appropriate record is kept on assets disposal, ensure assets are located accordingly and used in IOM’s best interest; regularly upgrade inventory list.
  9. Assist in the adherence to stockroom management practice to ensure there is no undue overstocking or loss. Control supply stocks and monitor consumable materials to provide staff with ready access to commonly used items and replenishment.
  10. Monitor the maintenance and repair of office facilities, including preventive maintenance. Establish maintenance agreements with competent services providers, when it is feasible and determined to be cost effective.
  11. Undertake field travel to Programme sites to perform procurement and logistics evaluations as necessary, upon request from the Head of Sub-Office /RMO/ Chief of Mission.
  12. Maintain and update databases of preferred suppliers.
  13. Participate in IOM inter-agency for a, including the procurement working group and the logistics cluster.
  14. Undertake frequent duty travel to field locations in order to supervise and train field staff.
  15. Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
Required Qualifications and Experience:
Education

• Master’s degree in Social sciences, International Relations, Humanitarian Affairs, Development Studies or a related field from an accredited academic institution with two years of relevant professional experience; or

• University degree in the above fields with four years of relevant professional experience.

Experience

• Experience in managing diverse procurement and logistics operations;

• Excellent level of computer literacy and good knowledge of SAP/PRISM required;

• Demonstrated experience in training and managing large items of co-workers, managing vendors and suppliers;

• Extensive knowledge of IOM or UN internal procurement and financial rules and corresponding

ERP components (preferably SAP – based).

Languages

Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of Kiswahili is an advantage.

Desirable Competencies:

Behavioral

• Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms;

• Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders;

• Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others;

• Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience;

• Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services;

• Leadership and Negotiation – develops effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders;

• Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others;

• Planning and Organizing - plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

• Professionalism - displays mastery of subject matter;

• Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation;

• Technological Awareness - displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;

• Resource Mobilization - works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM.

Other:

Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

The list of NMS countries above includes all IOM Member States which are non-represented in the Professional Category of staff members. For this staff category, candidates who are nationals of the duty station’s country cannot be considered eligible.

Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 07 December 2017 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

For further information, please refer to:

http://www.iom.int/cms/en/sites/iom/home/about-iom-1/recruitment/how-to-apply.html

In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

Posting period:

From 24.11.2017 to 07.12.2017

Requisition: VN 2017/256 (P) - Procurement and Logistics Officer(P2)-DarEsSalaam,Tanzania

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Job: Technical Advisor - Livelihoods Promotion

Organization: Fundación Capital
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Nov 2017

**What are we offering?

The person hired will be responsible for providing technical support on the development and delivery of basic skills training for the Livelihoods Enhancement Component of the Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN). S/he will be self-directed and report to the Head of Operations - Tanzania, while also collaborating with the Director of Social and Livelihoods Promotion and managing relationships with external providers.

Who are we?

Fundación Capital (FundaK) is an international organization whose team works in 14 countries across Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa, with the mission of reducing poverty and advancing economic citizenship. We work in the design, development and implementation of innovative projects, with the goal of helping individuals living in poverty to build, grow, manage and protect their financial, human, physical and social assets. (www.fundacioncapital.org)

What are the tasks and responsibilities?
  • Manage the day-to-day activities linked with providing technical advice to the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) on the Livelihoods Enhancement project currently underway, supporting the Head of Operations in implementing the work plan
  • Support the implementation of training: accompany our government partner to implement paper-based basic skills training in 9 villages in 3 districts; oversee a process evaluation.
  • Oversee the creation of new training content: work with specialists to outline and co-create new training modules which are designed to be delivered over an 18 month period for continued light-touch coaching. Training modules will cover themes such as personal development, financial education and entrepreneurship. Supervise pre-testing of new content in one village.
  • Manage the digitization of content: partner with Fundacion Capital’s internal product development team to develop an initial application for the already adapted and tested 6 individual modules of basic skills training for Livelihoods Enhancement to demonstrate a proof of concept.
  • Monitor the progress of activities: ensure on-time performance of planned activities within the allocated budget.
  • Write reports: document insights from the field and generate summaries for internal and external stakeholders
  • Advise partners on the design and implementation of effective livelihood enhancement strategies; participate in technical committees
  • Identify potential interventions which will promote greater productive inclusion and seek out public and private sector partners and donors who support similar goals
  • Attend national and international meetings and events on livelihood enhancement and the Graduation Approach to present the work of Fundación Capital
Who are we looking for?

Personal Requirements

The person we are looking for should be:
  • Independent, dynamic and persistent and an entrepreneurial innovator.
  • Highly committed to social and development issues and able to relate well with the people living in poverty.
Technical Requirements
  • Languages: fluent in Swahili and English (oral and written)
Skills & Knowledge:
  • Broad knowledge of livelihoods and productive inclusion issues (e.g. the Graduation Approach, access to finance and markets, technical skills training, coaching/mentoring)
  • Good writing skills, demonstrated through the production of reports, research papers and / or publications
Management and project implementation skills

Work Experience:
  • At least 4 years of work experience in the development sector
  • Field work with vulnerable communities preferably in Tanzania
  • Demonstrated experience in preparing proposals for funding
Education: Bachelor degree in economics, finance, development studies, community economic development or any other relevant discipline from a recognized institution; Master's degree preferred.

How to apply:

Please send us your CV and a concise cover letter in which you explain (1) your motivation to work with us, (2) why you would be a good addition to our team, as well as (3) salary expectations and your earliest possible starting date. Please note that only complete applications will be considered. Send your applications as soon as possible to [email protected], with the subject line “Technical Advisor - Livelihoods Promotion”. Interviews will start from November 20th. This job advertisement will remain posted until the position is filled.

Job: Administrative Officer Jobs - Tanzania

Organization: Fundación Capital
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Nov 2017

What are we offering?

Fundación Capital has recently established a branch in Tanzania and is therefore seeking an Operations Officer to fulfil administrative and financial responsibilities for our office and support our local projects for Fundación Capital. S/he will work from our office in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) and work under the supervision and guidance of Tanzania Office Representative and the Chief Financial Officer. We will provide a competitive consultancy fee under a 12 month service provision contract that is open to a longer-term employment perspective. On offer is an entrepreneurial and challenging position with lots of opportunity to turn ideas into reality, working alongside an inspiring, diverse and international team to create a better tomorrow for millions living in poverty.

Who are we?

Fundación Capital (FundaK) is an international organization whose team works in 14 countries across Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa, with the mission of reducing poverty and advancing economic citizenship. We work in the design, development and implementation of innovative projects, with the goal of helping individuals living in poverty to build, grow, manage and protect their financial, human, physical and social assets. (www.fundacioncapital.org)

What are the tasks and responsibilities?

The position includes the following responsibilities within our branch in Tanzania, under the supervision and guidance of the Tanzania Office Representative and the Chief Financial Officer:

Administrative and financial tasks:
  • Develop, implement, manage, monitor, improve an appropriate general framework for an efficient administrative and financial management of Tanzania FundaK.
  • Implement the necessary accounting and financial tools and reporting mechanisms and prepare the administrative and financial reports of our projects.
  • Manage the file of the administrative, financial, accounting and legal documents.
  • Perform the control of the payment process.
  • Elaborate contracts and manage the file of human resources.
  • Operational tasks within FundaK´s projects:
  • Support and facilitate the technical and organizational work of projects and directors, finding and structuring the necessary supporting technical information.
  • Conduct field work as required to supervise operations and participate in project monitoring and evaluation activities.
  • Set up a roster with possible partners and technical assistance consultants.
  • Draft standard marketing messages; develop and maintain a marketing toolkit and coordinate awareness raising of programs to donors and other partners.
  • Liaise and coordinate with FundaK staff involved with specific consultancies and project management.
Who are we looking for?

Personal Requirements
The person we are looking for should be
  • highly productive, motivated and goal-driven
  • a self-starter that is entrepreneurially orientated
  • a team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • creative and flexible
  • willing to travel up to 20%
Technical Requirements
  • Languages: strong communication skills in Swahili and English (oral and written)
Skills & Knowledge:
  • demonstrated organizational and project management skills
  • publication-grade English writing skills
  • knowledge on budgeting and financial reporting systems
  • intermediate MS Excel skills
  • research and analytical skills
  • knowledge on human resource policy in Tanzania, especially on employee contracting and staff management
Work Experience:
  • at least four years of work experience in an NGO or small business setting;
  • experience working across cultures
Education: Bachelor degree in finance, accounting or a similar field **

How to apply:

Please send us your CV and a concise cover letter in which you explain (1) your motivation to work with us, (2) why you would be a good addition to our team, as well as (3) salary expectations and your earliest possible starting date. Please note that only complete applications will be considered. Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply. Send your applications as soon as possible to [email protected], with the subject line “Administrative Officer - Tanzania”. Interviews will start from November 27th. This job advertisement will remain posted until the position is filled.

Job: Design Project Manager

Job Overview/Summary: IRC's Airbel Center is looking for a Design Project Manager to support development and testing of a program to improve primary school education and informal learning in refugee settings in Tanzania and beyond. Reporting to the Product Design Lead, the PM will apply strong design and project management skills to ensure successful testing and validation of various mobile based and video-based solutions in the field.

The role will be based in IRC headquarters in New York City with significant travel to camps in Tanzania.

This is a limited-term role with potential for creating a longer-term role either on the core R&D team or in one of programs in the field

Major Responsibilities
  • Work collaboratively with the Project lead, other team members at the Airbel Center, IRC Education Unit, and field staff to manage prototyping, build-out, testing and continuous improvement of solutions to improve primary school education and social emotional learning for people in crisis
  • Participate in different stages of the design research process such as in-person interviews, workshops, ideations, service design, survey design, pilot design and more
  • Drive project progress and coordinate activities of cross functional team members, including high-level planning and detailed short-term activity scheduling.
  • Proactively manage project risks, dependencies, issues, gaps, reporting and resource conflicts.
  • Identify local stakeholders and enlist them in community-based testing and feedback, giving them an opportunity to participate in the innovation process;
  • Engage and facilitate meetings with stakeholders across globally distributed business units, and coordinate stakeholder communications.
  • Ensure that project communications are timely, relevant and accurate, including regular status updates. Quickly channel insights to IRC researchers and implementation partners working remotely
  • Provide input to budget management processes so that expenditure can be tracked and accurate projections can be maintained.
  • Identify opportunities for fundraising and program development to advance project
Please follow this link to apply: https://rescue.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx

Job: Comic Relief Programme Manager

The Comic Relief Programme Manager will provide strategic leadership and is accountable for providing management and oversight of the implementation of the Comic Relief programme and to represent and advocate for Save the Children's work and organizational priorities with a wide range of external parties including government representatives, communities, donors, UN and other agencies operating in Songwe and at Dar es Salaam level.

Contract Duration: 1 year

Location: Dar es Salaam with regular visits to Mbozi, Songwe

Please follow this link to apply: https://savethechildren.taleo.net...

Job: Director of Programmes - Traidcraft

Organization: Traidcraft
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 05 Dec 2017

Location; Gateshead or London

Salary; Competetive

Traidcraft Exchange is looking for an exceptional Director of Programmes to lead the organisation’s international work across Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. You will be passionate about tackling injustice in trade and enabling producer associations, cooperatives and other SMEs to develop and grow, providing decent incomes for farmers and workers.

It is an exciting time for the organisation, with a new strategy recently developed and a sense of excitement about what we can achieve in coming years. We are seeking an individual who brings a depth of technical expertise in at least one of our strategic focus areas of supply chain facilitation, business support, women’s economic empowerment and environmentally sustainable trade and business practice. You will work with teams across regions to develop focused programme initiatives that deliver meaningful change for small-scale farmers, producers and workers. This role will be responsible for ensuring we have an effective funding strategy in place for our international work and will build relationships with a diverse portfolio of donors. You will be an excellent networker and collaborator, able to build strategic relationships with others so that we can maximise the scale, reach and impact of our work.

Having worked primarily in Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, India and Bangladesh, we are looking to expand our geographical reach and to develop partnerships and programmes in new countries. We are open to different models of working, and have recently set up a new supply chain services function to work with businesses and others in India and globally. This role will be responsible for supporting teams developing this new model of working alongside our grant funded programme initiatives.

You will be an excellent leader and manager of people – able to empower and support teams to thrive whilst also ensuring a strong culture of accountability. You will play an active role on Traidcraft Exchange’s senior management team and be a leader within the organisation. You will travel regularly to the programme regions, and also be expected to travel within the UK, and potentially Europe, as required. The role can be based in Gateshead or London, and is a permanent, full-time role.

Traidcraft is like no other organisation. We aim to have fairly paid and motivated staff who contribute to the dynamic life of the organisation. People who work here are passionate. While it’s rewarding to have a job that really makes a difference, in addition to base salary and a generous pension (7.5% company contribution, minimum of 3% employee contribution), we offer flexible time / working patterns and as much fair trade tea and coffee as you can drink!

The client is happy to conduct telephone interviews for overseas candidates.

How to apply:

Interested; Further details including a full Job Description and application form can be found on our website; www.traidcraft.org.uk

Closing date for applications - 12 noon Tuesday 5th December 2017

Provisional date for interviews - 13th December 2017 (Gateshead) 15th December (London)

Job: Student Development & Co-op Manager - African Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Organization: African Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Country: Senegal
Closing date: 15 Dec 2017

We’re transforming Africa through innovative scientific training, technical advances and breakthrough discoveries!

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS, www.nexteinstein.org) is a pan-African network of centres of excellence for postgraduate training, research and public engagement in mathematical sciences. Its mission is to enable Africa's brightest students to flourish as independent thinkers, problem solvers and innovators capable of propelling Africa's future scientific, educational and economic self-sufficiency. The first AIMS centre opened in Cape Town, South Africa in 2003; since 2011, AIMS has opened additional centres in Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon, Tanzania and Rwanda. The goal of the AIMS Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI) is to build a Pan African network of 15 centres of excellence across the continent by 2023.

The AIMS-Next Einstein Initiative is committed to preparing students for successful careers in their area of choice, whether academic, industry, the public sector or other pursuits. To this end, AIMS-NEI has partnered with the MasterCard Foundation to pioneer a so-called Co-op Track of the Master’s program at AIMS Senegal. The pilot version of this program was launched in 2015 and has evolved to be a critical component of the students’ professional growth in Senegal. In addition to the course work undertaken by all Master Students, the Co-op Track includes periods of internships, during which students bring their knowledge and skills in mathematical sciences to local employers, where they will learn to apply their abilities to solve practical problems and to contribute to innovations. As part of their training, all Master students at AIMS also take courses in professional development and in entrepreneurship and business skills, which should benefit them in their future career and prepare them to make informed career decisions.

If you bring a collaborative spirit with a passion to affect change, consider this opportunity as our…

Student Development & Co-op Manager (SDCM)

Under the direction of the Academic Director and in collaboration with the AIMS Industry Initiative team, the SDCM will be a key point of contact for the students at the Centre as they prepare for their future lives and careers. The SDCM will be a source of support and encouragement and provide the advice and counsel needed to guide students’ personal and professional development and career choices. The SDCM will coordinate curricula and extra-curricular programs which complement and enhance the core mathematical sciences focus of the Centre.

As the SDCM, you will develop, coordinate and be responsible for programs to promote the personal and professional development of AIMS students. You will organize these programs and play leading roles in their delivery. Key outcomes will be to build the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to prepare students to plan and organize their own future lives and livelihoods; to practically contribute to employers’ needs and expectations; and to play leading roles in the social and economic development of Africa.

In this hands-on role, you will embrace the challenge of spearheading student development and the ongoing development of a comprehensive co-op (work integrated learning) program at AIMS Senegal--an pioneering initiative for the AIMS network with significant opportunity for scale-up to distinguish AIMS as an innovative learning institution that consistently produces sought-after graduates by top employers.

This is a full time opportunity based in Mbour, Senegal.
Do you have what we need?

· Master’s degree or higher qualification in a relevant field e.g. Human Resources/ Marketing/Business

· Must be bilingual (French and English)

· Superb relationship management skills to network and build and nurture fruitful industry partnerships and to effectively interact with diverse students, staff and the public

· 5+ years’ experience in a similar role in an international setting, with particular expertise with African academia

· Working knowledge of the various applications of a mathematical sciences education, as it applies to both industry and higher education pursuits

· A genuine passion to applying mathematical sciences for the development of Senegal and African society

· Be self-driven with the ability to work independently

· Strong communication skills with a demonstrated ability to write and present orally

· Teaching experience at the university level or above is desirable

· Demonstrated evidence of integrity and ethical behaviour

· Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Internet applications (Skype, Google Apps)

· Availability and eligibility to travel within and out of Africa, for periodic extended in-country stays of up to 8 weeks


How to apply:

Are you ready to be a part of the transformation?

Submit your letter of motivation, including salary expectations together with a detailed CV in English to: [email protected] (quote “SDCM SEN” in the subject line). Applications will be accepted until the right candidate is identified.

Should no feedback be received from AIMS-NEI within four weeks of your submission, kindly accept that your application will not be further pursued. AIMS-NEI reserves the right not to make an appointment at its sole discretion.

AIMS-NEI is an equal opportunity employer.

Job: Regional Program Officer, Great Lakes Region

The Regional Program Officer (RPO) plays a vital role within a regional team that supervises a regional portfolio of humanitarian relief, recovery and long term development programs in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania.

Candidates will be well organized and self-motivated with demonstrable writing, grant management, and creative problem solving skills. The successful candidate will liaise with country programs, NY support departments, IRC UK (London), IRC Brussels, IRC Geneva, IRC Germany and our government relations office in Washington DC to resolve country office and/or regional issues.

The Program Officer will be capable of managing multiple and complex tasks; thrive under pressure; have strong people skills; and be capable of interfacing successfully with internal actors, donors and partners to resolve program issues. S/he will also feel comfortable in a representational role, speaking on humanitarian and recovery issues to policy makers, donors and other audiences.

Based in New York, the Program Officer works under the supervision of the Regional Unit which includes the Regional Director (RD) and the Regional Grants Director (RGD). Directly supervised by the RGD, in coordination with the Deputy Regional Director (DRD), the RPO also manages the Program Managers/Assistants and interns for the region.

More info at https://rescue.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx

Job: Programme Manager, Economic Inclusion - AKF

Organization: Aga Khan Foundation
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 04 Dec 2017

Do you have the creativity, maturity and drive to develop new and innovative economic inclusion programs, mobilise resources, manage a sizeable portfolio of projects, and foster productive partnerships with diverse stakeholders in Tanzania? If yes, then apply for this position.

AKF Tanzania is searching for a dynamic Program Manager for its Economic Inclusion thematic portfolio based in Dar es Salaam. This position is part of AKF Tanzania’s senior management team and provides an exciting opportunity to oversee and shape the Foundation’s programming portfolio in agricultural market systems, enterprise development, and financial inclusion in Tanzania and across East Africa. This portfolio comprises of market systems development projects and innovative mobile money based initiatives that AKF facilitates through private sector partnerships. The Program Manager will also be responsible for driving an ambitious resource mobilisation effort for AKF’s economic and agriculture sector programming in Tanzania. Reporting to the Director of Program, the Program Manager will be assisted by a Program Officer in managing and growing the portfolio.

Background: The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a private, non-denominational, international development agency promoting creative and effective solutions to problems that impede social and economic development in selected areas of Africa and Asia. AKF Tanzania is part of the AKF East Africa regional structure that implements programmes in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. In Tanzania, AKF is managing a robust and expanding portfolio of multi-sectorial initiatives that includes programmes in economic inclusion, food security and agriculture, education, early childhood development, health, and civil society strengthening.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Effectively mobilise resources for new and existing projects within the economic inclusion and agriculture sectors through the development of high quality funding proposals
  • Oversee management of the existing economic inclusion portfolio of six projects, currently focused in Lindi, Mtwara, Morogoro, and Arusha regions of Tanzania, ensuring all grant management requirements including work-planning, budgeting and accountability, monitoring and reporting, are met with quality assurance standards. Build and maintain a broad network of external partnerships with national government, parastatal, donors, private sector, civil society organisations and other partners
  • Support development of quality learning and communications materials including policy briefs and case studies to inform policies, programs, and practices
Qualifications/Experience
  • Minimum of a Master’s degree in international development, business, or a related field
  • At least six years of solid experience working in the international development sector, with specific experience in resource mobilisation and rural economic development
  • Program development experience with ability to write strong proposals and responsive bids for new programs on market systems development, agri-business/enterprise development, value chain development, and financial inclusion
  • Exceptional English communications skills, able to make strong oral presentations and produce high quality written reports, concept notes and proposals
  • Strong interpersonal skills, initiative, ability to network with a range of development partners and organisations
  • Solid experience on grant management, including work-planning, M&E, report writing, preparation and monitoring of budgets
  • Thorough understanding of the global and national efforts on rural economic development
  • Experience working in Tanzania or East Africa will be highly preferred
  • Strong leadership, teamwork and management skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work on tight timelines Knowledge of Kiswahili will be an advantage
How to apply:

Candidates interested in this unique career opportunity should submit a cover letter explaining why they are best suited for this particular position, CV (not exceeding 4 pages) and the names and contact information of three professional referees by 4th November, 2017**,** to the Country Director - Aga Khan Foundation, Tanzania, by e-mail to [email protected]. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job: Project Manager

Organization: Energy 4 Impact
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 27 Nov 2017

Organization Background

Energy 4 Impact is an international advisory organization supporting the energy sector in Sub-Saharan Africa. We deliver demand-driven, practical, and customized support to SMEs, project developers, social enterprises, and micro-enterprises that provide renewable energy services to off-grid communities.

Our team of 90 people includes primarily locally based professionals who are supported by a small head office in London. The organization has offices in 5 countries Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal with teams delivering energy access projects.

Energy 4 Impact is funded by major development agencies such as SIDA (Sweden), DfID (UK), World Bank, IFC, USAID, Barclays, OFID, and EU. Since our founding in 2006, we have leveraged $100 million of grant funding to support more than 3,000 businesses.

Project context

In Tanzania, the Rural Energy Agency (REA) is implementing the Rural Electrification Densification Program (REDP) to extend the national grid to rural areas. The REDP includes an innovative Productive Use of Electricity (PUE) component which is led by E4I and which is intended to stimulate economic development and increase local commercial uptake of electricity by providing targeted business development services and make available micro-financing services to local entrepreneurs within selected villages. The overarching objective is to empower local entrepreneurs in rural areas to fully benefit from the expansion of the national power grid by stimulating productive use of electricity. In this context E4I is recruiting for a Project Manager to lead on the delivery of the PUE component.

The Project activities will take place in 74 rural villages located in the Tanga and Pwani regions, 20 in Tanga and 54 in Pwani.

Role

The Project Manager oversees the planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of specific projects for which he/she is responsible and leads the project team to ensure delivery on targets and results. (S)He is also responsible for budget managemen

Responsibilities for the role include:

· Develop the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation plan for the project.

· Work with local partners and entrepreneurs in the implementation of the project.

· Ensure financial management and compliance of the project implementation.

· In consultation with the senior management ensure adequate staffing for the project.

· Manage and monitor the implementation of all project activities – including site assessments, recruitment of entrepreneurs, initiation of PUE activities, workshop and capacity building, enhance access to finance for the target group – according to the objectives, indicators, work plan and approved budget

· Ensure regular and proper project documentation and reporting according to donor and Energy 4 Impact standards, rules & regulations and keep all project stakeholders up-to-date on the project progress

· Lead the project team and ensure with the project support team the sound financial management (review, compliance of budget)

· Provide technical and managerial support to all team members in fulfillment of their duties according to project objectives and ensure compliance with Energy 4 Impact policies and procedures

· Approving staff travel advances, work plan sand expense claims.

· Requesting reports and work-plans from partners and colleagues.

Requirements

Academic Qualification & Experience
  • Master Degree or bachelor degree in project management, Business management, renewable energy or related degree. (and/or)
  • At least 5 years’ experience implementing donor funded projects
  • Experience working with small businesses and/or energy SMEs and/or an understanding of renewable energy technologies, business models and productive use of electricity (PUE) is highly advantageous.
  • Experience managing multiple projects in the context of a developing country and using tools such as MS Project for planning.
How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV, along with a covering letter to [email protected]. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job: Programme Funding Officer - Traidcraft

Organization: Traidcraft
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 05 Dec 2017

Location; Gateshead or London

Salary £25,000 (£29,000 including London weighting)

Traidcraft Exchange works to challenge injustice in trade and business practice, demonstrating and sharing expertise on how trade can work for the benefit of all, especially the vulnerable and exploited. It is an exciting time for Traidcraft Exchange, with a new strategy recently developed and a sense of excitement about what we can achieve in coming years. Having worked primarily in Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, India and Bangladesh, we are looking to expand our geographical reach and to develop partnerships and programmes in new countries.

We are looking for a Programme Funding Officer with a strong interest in trade justice to join our Programme Funding Team. The Programme Funding Officer role will focus on the research, coordination and development of funding applications to statutory and non-statutory funding institutions. Supporting Traidcraft Exchange to secure large scale funding for its programme and policy work, you will have excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise confidently and diplomatically with donors and colleagues both in the UK and overseas. You’ll have a proven ability to compile and effectively summarise large quantities of written information and be able to construct and review multi-year project budgets and donor budgets. As well as working to research new funding opportunities and build organisational knowledge of institutional funding sources through desk research, the role will also write and edit funding proposals to meet donor requirements, including project budgets and result frameworks.

The role can be based in Gateshead or London, and is a permanent, full-time role. As well as potential travel within the UK, you will also undertake overseas trips to the regional programmes when necessary to support the development of funding applications.

Traidcraft is like no other organisation. We aim to have fairly paid and motivated staff who contribute to the dynamic life of the organisation. People who work here are passionate. While it’s rewarding to have a job that really makes a difference, in addition to base salary and a generous pension (7.5% company contribution, minimum of 3% employee contribution), we offer flexible time / working patterns and as much fair trade tea and coffee as you can drink!

How to apply:

Interested? A full Job Description and Application Form can be found on www.traidcraft.org.uk/jobs
Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Tuesday 5th December 2017

Provisional date for interviews: Week commencing 11th December 2017

Cranfield University Cranfield Sub-Saharan Africa Merit Scholarships for 2018/19

Cranfield University welcomes high calibre students from Sub-Saharan Africa, and in recognition of the valuable contribution that these students make we have developed this scholarship to help students to make their desire to study at Cranfield a reality. The Cranfield Sub-Saharan Africa Merit Scholarship is for those applying for a full-time Masters degree in the relevant areas listed at https://www.cranfield.ac.uk

Google Africa PhD Fellowship Program

General notes
  • Applications are accepted directly from students. There is no limit to the number of students who may apply from each university.
  • Applicant's areas of research interest must be one of the areas listed at https://research.google.com/.
  • Awardees will be announced on the Google Research blog by mid-March 2018
More info at https://research.google.com

Tanzania: 2018 CREATES scholarships for Masters and PhD

1: 25 Scholarships for Master´s candidates available starting in 2018

The Centre for Research, agricultural Advancement, Teaching Excellence and Sustainability in Food and Nutritional Security (CREATES), hosted by the School of Life Sciences and Bioengineering at the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) has opened its Master´s positions for suitable candidates to apply. This newly established African Centre of Excellence is aimed at students who are gifted, passionate, creative and free thinkers, innovative, and who will be job-creators rather than job-seekers in the future.

Click Here for more Information.

2: 15 Scholarships for PhD candidates available starting in 2018.

Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) - Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)

The next OKP fellowship deadline will take place in March 2018. More information will follow in due time. The following IHS programmes will be available for the next deadline:

MSc. in Urban Management and Development (UMD)
3-month course on Urban Management and Development Theory (UMDT)

3-week course on Developing Social Housing Projects (DSHP)

A provisional list of eligible countries has been shared by Nuffic. Please know that this list is still under development and is subject to change. The following countries are eligible: Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burma/Myanmar, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Colombia, Congo (DRC), Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mali, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Surinam, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

More info at https://www.ihs.nl/resources/scholarships/netherlands_fellowship_programmes/

2018 ICP scholarships application now open

The Master of Transportation Sciences offers twelve students from developing countries a scholarship to obtain a master’s degree in Transportation Sciences (specialization: Road Safety). Applications are now open.

The Master of Transportation Sciences is happy to announce we now have a call for participants for the ICP programme 2018 “ROAD SAFETY IN LOW & MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES”.

The International Course Programme (ICP) anually offers twelve students from developing countries a scholarship to obtain an MSc in Transportation Sciences (specialization: Road Safety). The programme takes two years and has a specific focus on road safety in developing countries. Prof. Dr Tom Brijs: “Developing countries face an increase of people participating in traffic, with all its consequences. The World Bank predicts that the number of road victims in Asia will double in the near future. That’s why it is incredibly important to build local knowledge and expertise concerning road safety and to strengthen it.”

Participants are expected to be proficient in English and to hold an academic bachelor degree in domains such as (transport or civil) engineering, (transport) economy, mathematical and statistical sciences, political and social sciences, psychology or sociology.

Eligibility criteria

With the International Course Programme, VLIR-UOS financially supports English master’s programmes focussing on development-related themes. The scholarship sponsor has stipulated a number of eligibility criteria applicants must meet, e.g.:
  1. The maximum age of applicants should be 35 on 1st January 2018
  2. Only people from the below 31 countries are eligible for a scholarship
  • Africa: Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Guinea, Cameroon, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Niger
  • Asia: Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia, Palestinian Territories, Vietnam
  • Latin America: Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua, Peru

Click here to get a full overview of the eligibility criteria.

How to apply

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1, 2018

By March 1, 2018, we need to have a completed online application and hard copies of legalized degree certificates and academic transcripts by post. After March 1, 2018, all eligible applications will be reviewed and ranked. The top 12 applications will be selected for a scholarship.

More info

Job: Consultant(s) - Terms of Reference to Conduct Farmer Profiling in Tanzania

Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)

Tanzania

Apply by 4 December 2017

TERMS OF REFERENCE TO CONDUCT FARMER PROFILING IN TANZANIA

I. Background and Context

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA, www.agra.org) is a not-for-profit organization working with African governments, other donors, NGOs, the private sector and African farmers to significantly and sustainably improve the productivity and incomes of resource poor smallholder farmers in Africa. In AGRA’s strategy for 2015-2020, which focuses on furthering the agricultural transformation in 11 African countries, with key activities including improving access to finance, access to improved seed and fertilizer, access to markets, farmer awareness and capacity building for smallholder farmers in the agriculture sector. In order to understand and frame AGRA Tanzania’s unique value proposition in agricultural transformation within the Country, AGRA Tanzania seeks to conduct farmer profiling to generate supplemental baseline data that will be used to monitor project progress against set indicators over the project implementation period.

AGRA’s mission is to catalyze and sustain an agricultural transformation in Africa through innovation-driven productivity increases and access to markets and finance that improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers.

AGRA’s overall vision of success is centered on three headline goals to be achieve by 2020 through its efforts to catalyze, convene, and align with an alliance of partners and grantees:
  • Double the incomes of 9 million farm households through the direct result of activities of AGRA, grantees, and partners to increase productivity and access to markets and finance in six countries where it is seeking to catalyze an agricultural transformation.
  • Contribute to doubling the incomes of another 21 million farm households through the contributions of AGRA, grantees, and partners to policies, programs, and partnerships that increase productivity and access to markets and finance in other countries where an agricultural transformation is already under way, but needs to be sustained.
  • AGRA Tanzania aims to contribute to the overall goal of AGRA by doubling incomes for 1.5 million farming households directly and another 2 million indirectly.
  • Support all focus countries on a pathway to attain and sustain an agricultural transformation through sustainable agricultural productivity growth and access to markets and finance.
Based on its initial prioritization for the new strategy (2016-2020), AGRA Tanzania will seek to conduct this profiling in the regions of Kagera, Kigoma, Ihemi-Ludewa and Sumbawanga – Katavi clusters over the next one and a half months with a custom tailor-made tool. Even though each region is unique, the assessment of where each region and farmers are in terms of their agricultural transformation and their distance from the description of a fully transformed farmer will help in planning and defining the interventions required.

In all these regions, AGRA Tanzania will work leverage on data from its own ongoing and past investment in the target countries and other credible sources of data including research institutions, Institutions of Higher Learning, Ministries of Agriculture and International Development Agencies (official statistics, published information etc.)

II. Purpose of the assignment

The main purpose of the assignment is to establish a baseline on the exact /actual numbers of targeted Smallholder farmer beneficiaries by undertaking:
Farmer engagement, selection and profiling
Setting baseline values against the predetermined targets (expected changes)

In addition, information collected will be used:
To assist in setting appropriate targets for future interventions
To inform the strategic decisions on the design and implementation of future interventions

Thus, AGRA seeks to recruit consultants to design and conduct the baseline setting cum farmer profiling.

III. The Scope

The baseline setting is expected to establish the current levels of smallholder farmers in the Ag. Transformation pathway. Some of the values will be validated through a review of secondary data while some of the indicators will need to be determined through key informant’s interviews. This activity will provide AGRA Tanzania with an information base against which it will use to monitor the success of its investments. Furthermore, it will guide targeting with the right kinds of assistance. Key criteria proposed for categorization/segmentation include changes to incomes, demographics, agricultural potential (productivity, access to BDS, finance) and Post-Harvest Management. Drawing on this, AGRA proposes to classify farmers into four groups subsistence, transition, pre-commercial and commercial. The exercise shall be closely linked with the monitoring frameworks so that the data collected can be referred to during ongoing monitoring and end-term reviews, and for any subsequent evaluations.

The areas of focus will include but (not limited to) the following:

a) Demographic information on the farmer and Farmer Organization
Name, Age, Gender, mobile contacts, ID NO/DL No/Voter registration No, GPS locationof homestead, Village, Ward, District, Region
FO Name, Year of Registration, Type of Registration, GPS location

b) Farm incomes
Household income refers to net earnings from all income generating activities (i.e. Total cost of production, Value at farm gate, Total cost of marketing, Transportation, Levies, Cost of Communication etc.)
Done through Gross Margin Analysis

c) Crop productivity
Agricultural input systems- commercialization and availability of improved seed and other technologies, access to certified inputs, capacity building of input supply value chain actors and production of appropriate fertilizer blends and other soil management technologies/practices
Adoption of agriculture productivity enhancing technologies – extension support; promote proven technologies to farmers through various print, media and other community-focused approaches

d) Post-Harvest Management
Post-harvest losses – crop storage facilities; post-harvest technologies and practices, capacity building

e) Accessing markets through structured trade
targeted produce going through structured markets meets market quality standards, and attract higher value on produce
SMEs and FOs with capacity to participate in structured markets

f) Access and utilization of services
Financial and risk management services for smallholder farmers and SMEs in agriculture value chain
Affordable financial and business development services
FO linkage to input providers; BDS providers, off takers; Financial Service Providers; PHT providers
FO Capacity building – Training on GAP, PHM, Farming as a business

IV. Methodology

The data collection shall entail largely the use of a predetermined data collection guide/tool. The M&E Officer shall the perfect the draft tool and produce a guide that FOs can use to generate the required data

Expected Deliverables
Database in excel listing all farmers reached and their properties as found out
Farmer categorization by incomes into the 4 quantiles

These reports shall be reviewed and accepted by the M&E Unit and the Head of GST 3 before payment is approved.

V. Reporting arrangements

The consultant (s) shall report directly to the Head of GST 3, who will designate the M&E Officer as the Contact Officer to coordinate the activity on day-to-day basis.

VI. Time-frame

The study is expected to be completed over a period of 45 days.

VII. Individual Requirements

The consultant shall provide the following
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal Capacity Statement
  • Relevant experience related to the assignment
  • Professional fee/cost for undertaking the assignment
  • Appropriate references
  • Other costs, e.g. accommodation, travel etc.
  • At least 3 references from recent clients in the past 3 years.
VIII. Criteria for selection of Consultant (s)

The consultant (s) shall be selected on the basis of their proven experience, qualifications and ability to deliver a quality product in a timely and efficient manner.

IX. Expression of interest

Interested individuals should submit by email their Curriculum Vitae, statements of competence and preferred cluster to work in by December, 4th, 2017 to [email protected]. All questions related to this assignment should be addressed to [email protected].

X. Disclaimer

AGRA reserves the right to determine the structure of the process, number of short-listed participants, the right to withdraw from the proposal process, the right to change this timetable at any time without notice and reserves the right to withdraw this tender at any time, without prior notice and without liability to compensate and/or reimburse any party.

Job: USAID-Dar es Salaam - Senior Development Outreach & Communication Officer

The Senior Development Outreach and Communications Officer (Senior DOC) reports directly to the USAID/Tanzania Deputy Program Officer and works with Mission and Embassy leadership and staff to implement development, outreach, and communications efforts to increase awareness of USAID assistance programs in Tanzania. S/he leads the four person development outreach and communications team in Dar es Salaam. S/he functions with a high degree of independence in the management and planning of the work of the DOC team, providing overall vision for communications for the Mission and team, planning work over several months, tracking day-to-day tasks, prioritizing and adapting work plans based on frequent high-level urgent tasks, and ensuring tasks are completed on time and of sufficient quality.

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National Consultancy to Undertake Biophysical Resource Inventory for Ruvu and Zigi Catchments

Recruitment qualification

Education
  • A Tanzanian national with advanced degree (Master’s or higher) in areas relevant to the assignment including: earth resources assessment, land cover maps/assessments, land degradation and livelihood assessment, environmental and socio-impact assessment, GIS, training of technical and professional staff on land degradation assessment and monitoring.
Experience
  • A minimum of 5 years of professional experience relevant to this assignment
  • Good organizational skills, with strong experience in organizing and facilitating meetings, workshops and writing reports
  • Ability to work in close coordination with government
  • Good analytical skills, including experience in synthesizing clear, actionable insights from a large volume of documents
  • Superior writing and communication skills.
Competencies
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision to meet short deadlines,
  • Commitment and drive to achieve challenging goals, and problem solving attitude,
  • A team player with strong inter-personal skills and the ability to deal with multiple teams located in multiple institutions,
  • Ability to identify client needs and deliver them promptly and accurately.
Language requirements
  • Fluency in English and Swahili essential
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Funding Opportunities - amfAR HIV Cure Research

Impact Grants: Gaining Insights from the Clinic
Specific areas of interest
  • Identify pre-ATI predictors of post-treatment control (PTC) or delay to rebound
  • Diversify the HIV cure clinical study population
Proposals MUST:
  • solve challenges that are crucial to HIV cure research
  • use the optimal methodology for the research question
  • distill the workplan down to the necessary and sufficient components
Available funding

1.1 – Meta-analysis of data from completed clinical trials. 1 year, $100,000

1.2 - Addition of an arm to an existing (i.e., already funded, by amfAR or other) clinical trial – 4 years, $300,000

1.3 - Addition of reservoir and outcome analyses to an existing (i.e., already funded, by amfAR or other) clinical trial – 4 years, $100,000

2.1 - Addition of a participant recruitment and retention intervention to an existing clinical trial – 4 years, $50,000

2.2 - Characterization of clinical case studies – 1 year, $75,000

2.3 - Characterization of the reservoir in LMIC settings* – 2 years, $50,000

*see eligibility information in the RFP
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Job: Administrative Assistant in Charge of reception and mails

Deadline: 30 November 2017

The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) invites applications from suitably qualified nationals of African countries to fill the vacant position of ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT IN CHARGE OF RECEPTION AND MAILS in its pan-African Secretariat located in Dakar, Senegal. Recognised as the premier centre on the continent for the generation and dissemination of multidisciplinary social science and humanities knowledge, CODESRIA has, over the years, undergone an exponential growth in programmes, finances and membership. Under the overall supervision of the Executive Secretary and the Director of Administration and Finance, the successful candidate will serve as a bilingual administrative assistant, providing office administrative/management duties for CODESRIA.

1. She/he will be required to:

• Receive, assist and direct all visitors to the CODESRIA Head office;
• Receive, register and distribute the institutional mail;
• Manage the telephone switchboard (reception and distribution of telephone calls);
• Receive, register, dispatch and file all fax messages received or sent from any of the programs in collaboration with the program assistants;
• Receive and dispatch correspondences, packages and courier parcels;
• Manage and follow-up DHL invoices
• Follow up Post Office invoices in collaboration with the store room manager;
• Forward and follow-up of service providers’ invoices for certification;
• Manage and coordinate the CODESRIA official drivers’ diaries;
• Assist participants of CODESRIA institutes, conferences and other meeting held at the Council’s Headquarters;
• Receive and manage staff attendance forms;
• Organize the transport for CODESRIA staff and equipment;
• Manage, pay and reconcile the monthly telephone and internet bills;
• Manage the CODESRIA Suggestion Box;
• File all documents related to the above-mentioned tasks;
• Perform any other duties as delegated by the Executive Secretary.

2. Academic/Technical Competencies/Qualifications:

• A minimum of bachelor’s degree or an equivalent, plus an advanced certificate in administrative Studies;
• Excellent administrative and office management skills;
• A minimum of 5 years of relevant working experience
• Fluency either in English or French with a working knowledge of the other.

3. Other Relevant Skills:

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
• Be very respectful of rules of confidentiality;
• Good knowledge of the workings of international organizations;
• Excellent capacity to supervise general services staff ;
• Capacity to work under pressure and in a multicultural environment;
• Excellent computer skills in using Microsoft office applications;
• Good planning and organisational skills;
• Efficient and well organized personality and
• Demonstrable ability to work within tight deadlines.

4. Job conditions

The level of remuneration will depend on the experience and qualifications of the candidate. However, CODESRIA offers good remuneration similar to those in international organizations.

5. How to apply:

The candidate should provide the following documents:
i. A letter of application;
ii. A detailed curriculum vitae, clearly indicating the qualifications obtained;
iii. Copies of certificates of all indicated qualifications, and
iv. Three reference letters.

Other supporting documents may be required prior to recruitment.
Application should be sealed and submitted before 30 November 2017 (with indication on the envelop of the position applied for) to:

The Executive Secretary
CODESRIA
Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop X Canal IV
P.O. Box 3304 CP 18524
Dakar, SENEGAL
E-mail: [email protected]

Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

Job: Bilingual Executive Assistant

Deadline: 30 November 2017

The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) invites applications from suitably qualified nationals of African countries to fill the vacant position of BILINGUAL EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT in its pan-African Secretariat located in Dakar, Senegal. Recognised as the premier centre on the continent for the generation and dissemination of multidisciplinary social science and humanities knowledge, CODESRIA has, over the years, undergone an exponential growth in programmes, finances and membership. Under the overall supervision of the Executive Secretary, the successful candidate will serve as a bilingual executive assistant to the Office of the Executive Secretary, providing secretarial and office administrative/management duties.

1. She/he will be required to:

• Type and proofread documents, reports, correspondences, messages, queries, etc. as may be required by assigned supervisors ;
• Draft responses to routine correspondences for the signature of the Executive Secretary;
• Receive guests/visitors/staff and provide them with basic information on relevant issues and procedures;
• Maintain a proper filing and recording system for all incoming and outgoing correspondences and documents;
• Answer and screen telephone calls/e-mail messages and ensure follow-up with the Executive Secretary;
• Keep an up-to-date diary of appointments for the Executive Secretary;
• Provide day-to-day routine administrative support to various work units of the assigned programmes/departments/Units, and
• Undertake any other task assigned to him/her by the Executive Secretary.

2. Academic/Technical Competencies/Qualifications:

• A minimum of bachelor’s degree or an equivalent in English, plus an advanced certificate in Secretarial Studies;
• A higher qualification will be an added advantage;
• Typing speed: a minimum of 50 words per minutes;
• Excellent secretarial and office management skills, and
• A minimum of 5 years of relevant working experience.
• Fluency either in English or French with a working knowledge of the other.

3. Other Relevant Skills:

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
Be very respectful of rules of confidentiality;
• Good knowledge of the workings of international organizations;
• Capacity to work under pressure and in a multicultural environment;
• Excellent computer experience in using Microsoft office applications;
• Good planning and organisational skills;
• Efficient and well organized personality and
• Demonstrable ability to work to tight deadlines.

4. Job conditions

The level of remuneration will depend on the experience and qualifications of the candidates. However, CODESRIA offers good remuneration similar to those in international organizations.

5. How to apply :

The candidate should provide the following documents:
i. A letter of application;
ii. A detailed curriculum vitae including the qualifications and experiences;
iii. Copies of certificates of all indicated qualifications, and
iv. Three reference letters.

Other supporting documents may be required prior to recruitment.
The application should be sealed and submitted before 30 November 2017 (with indication on the envelop of the position applied for) to

The Executive Secretary
CODESRIA
Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop X Canal IV
P.O. Box 3304 CP 18524
Dakar, SENEGAL
E-mail: [email protected]
Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

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Avis de vacance de poste d’Assistante de direction bilingue


Date limite : 30 novembre 2017

Le Conseil pour le Développement de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales en Afrique (CODESRIA), sollicite des candidatures de ressortissants de pays africains ayant les qualifications requises, pour pourvoir le poste D’ASSISTANTE DE DIRECTION BILINGUE vacant au sein de son Secrétariat panafricain basé à Dakar, au Sénégal. Reconnu comme le premier centre sur le continent dans la production et la dissémination de connaissances multidisciplinaires en sciences sociales et humaines, le CODESRIA a, au fil des années, connu une croissance exponentielle en termes de programmes, de finances et de membres. Sous la supervision générale du Secrétaire exécutif, la/le titulaire du poste servira d’assistante de direction bilingue assurant des fonctions de secrétariat ainsi que des tâches administratives et de direction pour le Bureau du Secrétaire exécutif.

1. Elle /ou Il devra :

• Saisir et relire les documents, rapports, correspondances, messages, requêtes, etc , tels qu’exigés par les superviseurs hiérarchiques ;
• Rédiger les projets de réponses aux correspondances de routine pour la signature du Secrétaire exécutif ;
• Accueillir les hôtes / visiteurs / le personnel et leur fournir les informations de base relatives aux questions posées et aux procédures ;
• Tenir à jour un système approprié de classement et d’enregistrement de toutes les correspondances et tous les documents reçus ou envoyés ;
• Répondre aux appels téléphoniques/ courriels et les filtrer ; en assurer le suivi avec le Secrétaire exécutif ;
• Tenir à jour l’agenda des rendez-vous pour le Secrétaire exécutif ;
• fournir l’appui administratif courant quotidien aux diverses unités de travail des programmes, aux départements et aux unités concernés ; et
• Accomplir toutes les autres tâches que peut lui confier le Secrétaire exé
cutif.

2. Formation universitaire/ Compétences techniques/ Qualifications :

• Au minimum un diplôme de baccalauréat ou équivalent en anglais, plus un diplôme supérieur en secrétariat de direction ;
• Une qualification supérieure sera un atout supplémentaire ;
• Vitesse de frappe : un minimum de 50 mots par minute ;
• Excellentes compétences en gestion de secrétariat et de bureau ; et
• Au minimum 5 ans d’expérience professionnelle.
¥ Parler couramment l’anglais ou le français et avoir une bonne connaissance pratique de l’autre langue.

3. Autres compétences importantes :

• Excellentes aptitudes en communication interpersonnelle,
• Bonne connaissance du fonctionnement des organisations internationales ;
• Capacité à travailler sous pression et dans un environnement multiculturel ;
• Excellente expérience en informatique dans l’utilisation des applications Microsoft office ;
• Bonnes compétences en matière de planification et d’organisation ;
• Personnalité efficace et bien organisée ; et
• Capacité avérée à travailler dans des délais serrés.

4. Conditions d’emploi

Le niveau de rémunération dépendra de l’expérience et des qualifications du candidat retenu. Toutefois, le CODESRIA offre une rémunération avantageuse comparable à celles pratiquées pour des postes similaires dans d’autres organisations internationales

5. Dossier de candidature

Les candidats doivent fournir les documents suivants :
i. une lettre de candidature ;
ii. Un curriculum vitae détaillé faisant apparaître le contenu de leur formation et leur expérience professionnelle ;
iii. des copies des diplômes de toutes les qualifications indiquées ; et
vi. trois lettres de référence.

D’autres documents justificatifs pourront être réclamés avant le recrutement.
La demande doit être envoyée sous pli fermé, avant le 30 novembre 2017 (avec indication du poste demandé sur l’enveloppe) à :

The Executive Secretary
CODESRIA
Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop X Canal IV
P.O. Box 3304 CP 18524
Dakar, SENEGAL
E-mail : [email protected]

Seul(e)s les candidat(e)s présélectionné(e)s seront contacté(e)s.

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