Finance Director - Mozambique ShareThis International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) Location: Mozambique Last Date: April 26, 2011 Finance Director - Mozambique International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) At the International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH), we bring a spirit of respect, trust, and collaboration to all that we do. Our 11 international offices and approximately 700 international and domestic staff are joined in the mission of providing effective prevention, care, and treatment of infectious diseases in resource-limited settings. As a center operated jointly through the University of Washington (UW) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), I-TECH draws on the research, resources, and expertise of these institutions and the strength of our global partnerships. Our talented staff supports the development of a skilled health care work force and well-organized national health delivery systems worldwide. More than 80% of our workforce is hired in the countries where we work. We bring an attitude of hope to our projects and are linked by our passion, our professional standards, our personal connection to our work, and our commitment to integrity, flexibility, and quality. I-TECH believes in creating a rewarding work environment through mutual respect and opportunities for personal and professional growth and renewal. I-TECH is pleased to announce that our field office in Mozambique, is currently in need of a Finance Director. This position is responsible for management and oversight of all financial processes and procedures. These include budgeting coordination and budget monitoring, financial procedures and internal controls, accounts payable and purchasing integration, payroll systems, coordination with I-TECH HQ financial staff, cash flow management, computerized accounting systems and procedures, audits, and leadership management activities. If you would like to participate in this vital work, have a Masters degree in finance or business administration, ACCA/CPA or CMA certification, ten years of professional accounting experience and a strong command of the Portuguese language, we look forward to hearing from you! Application Procedures: For complete details and to apply, please visit the University of Washington Human Resources website https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szLocationID=88 Search for requisition #72070. International Expert in water resources and sanitation management ShareThis BTC Location: Huye ,Rwanda Last Date: April 27, 2011 Email: (Reference: DevNetJobs.org) The Belgian development agency, BTC, mobilises its resources and its expertise to eliminate poverty in the world. BTC contributes to the efforts of the international community and works towards a society that provides present and future generations with sufficient resources to build a sustainable and fair world. Its 650 staff members in Brussels and overseas embody the commitment of the Belgian State and other development partners to international solidarity. They support more than 300 cooperation projects and programmes in some 20 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In view of the the further development of its activities the BTC is currently looking for a (m/f): International Expert in water resources and sanitation management RWANDA Programme to supply drinking water and sanitation in the Nyaruguru, Huye and Gisagara districts of the Southern Province Ref: RWA/08/064-2 Location: Huye (Rwanda) Duration of contract: 13 months (July 2011 July 2012) Probable starting date: as soon as possible Monthly salary package: between 4.914,58 EUR and 7.095,74 EUR (this includes the gross monthly salary and the expat benefits: hardship allowance and expat allowance). The salary is calculated, depending on the composition of the family and the number of years of relevant experience. Project: The general objective of the programme is to contribute to the improvement of the living conditions of the rural populations The specific objective of the programme is to sustainably improve the access to drinking water and the sanitation conditions of the rural populations of the Nyaruguru, Huye and Gisagara districts in the Southern Province. The project aims at ensuring access to drinking water and at improving the sanitation conditions of a population of about 300,000. It consists of a set of activities that aim at achieving the following two results: 1. Drinking water supply is improved through drinking water master plan studies and the construction of almost 340 km of water supply networks; 2. Hygiene and sanitation conditions have improved through the construction of 850 latrines in schools and health centres. Project activities started in January 2007 and will end in January 2013. Position: The Programme to supply drinking water and sanitation in the Nyaraguru, Huye and Gisagara districts of the Southern Province (PEPAPS) is a significant, coherent whole at the scale of the three districts concerned. For its implementation, three successive funding agreements have been concluded by the Rwandan State. Each funding agreement is implemented by BTC in association to the donor (Kingdom of Belgium or European Union) through a service delivery contract. BTC is steering this programme. It is represented by a Delegate to co-management (Delco), in comanagement with the Rwandan administration, represented by the Intervention manager (DI). Moreover, the project team consists of 19 other people (17 Rwandans and 2 Junior Assistants) In this context, the Technical Assistant will be responsible for supporting the existing team to ensure the following tasks: 1. For sanitation: a. Organising regular meetings with the projects engineers made available to the districts; b. Verifying control mission(s) of the quality of the latrine construction in the field; c. Organising work meeting with the districts to follow up the progress of construction in function of the planning provided; d. Verify and validate the payment requests for the works and the control mission(s); e. Ensuring the follow-up of the payment of the invoices for works and control missions; f. Informing and ensuring the necessary reporting to the Monitoring and Evaluation unit and to project management; g. Assist and cooperate with the districts in the preparation of the calls for tenders, in launching and awarding the contracts and in their performance. 2. For training of, on the one hand the private operators and hydrological engineers, and, on the other hand, the district agents: a. Inventorying the different bodies existing in Rwanda or in the region that could supply technical, administrative and financial training; b. Identifying the shortcomings of private hydrological engineers and operators chosen by the districts and the district agents; c. Establishing a training plan for the operators, hydrological engineers and district agents in function of the progress of the supply works and establishing the Terms of Reference for a services contract; d. Launching the call for tenders procedure and following up all the administrative procedures for awarding the contract until signature of the contract e. Supporting, verifying and validating the training work (progress, follow-up of the payments ); f. Evaluating the know-how acquired during the training session; g. Informing and reporting to the Monitoring and Evaluation unit. 3. For the water and sanitation master plan: a. Contribute to the preparation of the water and sanitation master plan under the authority of the project leader/Delegate to co-management. Profile: · Specific hydraulics or equivalent university training - Engineer (A0 or A1); · At least 5 years of experience with drinking water and sanitation; minimum 2 years of international experience; · Ability to conduct a dialogue between actors, to work in a team with good listening skills; · Good writing skills in French and English; · Experience in Africa in the area of drinking water or sanitation and in master planning is an advantage. Interested? Please apply not later than April 27th 2011, through our web site BTC Homepage | BTC - Belgian Development Agency. Use our Standard CV and a letter of motivation to apply. You can find the model of our Standard CV on the page Jobs of our website. If you have any additional question, dont hesitate to contact us at 02/505 18 65.