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Nafasi za kazi

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    WWF
    Location: Tanzania,
    Last Date: May 10, 2010
    Email: Lmwakanema@wwftz.org

    WWF has recently established a major regional programme - the “Coastal East Africa Initiative” (CEA-NI), based in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, but working on biodiversity conservation and sustainable development issues across the Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique region.

    WWF is seeking to recruit qualified candidates for the following six positions to work on the CEA-NI:
    1. HEAD OF TERRESTIAL PROGRAMME
    Leads the CEA-NI forest and terrestrial teams and oversee WWF’s work in the following areas: forest governance, delivery of the timber trade strategy, terrestrial protected areas and community based natural resource management ; climate adaptation, integrated spatial planning and REDD+.

    Requirements: MSc in Natural Sciences with over 8 years in senior management position; 5 years work experience in the field of conservation and /or development; excellent writing and interpersonal skills.


    2. MONITORING & EVALUATION (M&E) OFFICER
    Leads on all aspects of monitoring, evaluation and reporting for the CEA-NI at all stages of design, implementation and review. Role includes extensive work with field teams, including training, planning, oversight of monitoring and alignment of field work to the goals of the Initiative.

    Requirements: MSc in Environmental Sciences; 5 years work experience in the field of conservation and /or development; excellent writing and interpersonal skills.


    3. GOVERNMENT AID AGENCY (GAA) OFFICER
    Plays a lead coordination role with the WWF Country offices in the CEA region to strategically engage with the major development partners on two major fronts 1) joint collaboration around environmental \ development policies, and 2) major GAA fundraising for the CEA Initiative.

    Requirements: Advanced University degree in Environment, Politics or Economics; at least 5 years policy work experience and strong fundraising track record.


    4. COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
    Leads on all aspects of developing and implementing a communications strategy for the CEA Initiative; manages all the internal and external communications for the initiative; ensures that effective communications is contributing to conservation delivery in the CEA region.

    Requirements: A University degree in Communications, Journalism or related field; at least 5 years work experience in the field of communications; excellent communications skills; ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines.


    5. CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION (CCA) OFFICER
    Manage a CEA region wide donor funded project on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), including developing a WWF regional CCA strategy; generate up-to-date information briefs on CCA; CCA capacity building both internally and with partners, and work towards the integration of adaptation across WWF’s field programme in the region.
    Requirements: MSc in Environmental Sciences; 2-3 years work experience in the field of climate change; excellent writing and interpersonal skills.


    6. FISHERIES PROGRAMME OFFICER
    Lead implementation of CEA strategy for responsible Tuna; Provide policy and strategic advice on sustainability criteria for other priority fisheries. Role include extensive work with government partners, donors, Regional Fisheries Management Organizations, NGOs, and others in the WWF network to implement the strategic action plan to achieve sound fisheries development and management in the Western Indian Ocean region.
    Requirements: MSc in Marine Sciences; 4 years of professional experience in fisheries and/or marine resources management in Eastern Africa; excellent communication and interpersonal skills.


    Location:
    All positions will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (with the exception of the Climate Adaptation Officer which could be based in Kenya, Tanzania, or Mozambique to be determined later with candidate).


    Terms:
    Two year fixed term contract (renewable); competitive salary and benefits package is offered which commensurate with the experience and responsibilities of the post.


    How to apply:
    Interested candidates who adhere to WWF’s values which are Passionate & Optimistic, Challenging & Inspiring, Credible & Accountable, Persevering & Delivering Results should send covering letter, CV with references, copies of relevant certificates to:

    The Leader, WWF Coastal East Africa Initiative, C/O WWF Tanzania, Regent Estate, Mikocheni (Plot No: 350) P. O. Box 63117, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Tel: +255 22 2700077/1
    OR by e-mail to Lmwakanema@wwftz.org


    Deadline: 10th May 2010.
    Please refer to the attached job descriptions before applying.

    N.B. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. Public Financial Management (PFI) Advisor

    International Monetary Fund and the East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center (AFRITAC East)
    Location: Tanzania
    Last Date: April 30, 2010


    Public Financial Management (PFI) Advisor

    Description: The Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) of the International Monetary Fund and the East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center (AFRITAC East), are looking for suitably qualified professionals to fill two Public Financial Management (PFI) Advisor positions to be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

    The Advisors initial appointment term would be for a period of one year, on a renewable basis, with expected start date on June 1,2010.

    Duties: The Advisors will provide technical assistance on a range of PFM areas to the seven countries covered by AFRITAC East, namely Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. Areas of PFM in which the Advisor may be requested to provide technical assistance include the following:

    budget formulation, including medium-term fiscal and expenditure frameworks, and program budgeting;
    budget classification and chart of accounts;
    budget execution, including accounting and reporting;
    treasury systems and cash-flow management;
    the legislative framework for budgeting;
    internal control and internal audit; and
    intergovernmental fiscal relations.
    The Advisors will work under the general direction of the Coordinator of AFRITAC East but, on substantive issues, will report to FAD staff in Washington, D.C.. Extensive travel within the AFRITAC East region should be expected.

    Qualifications:

    General requirements for applicants include:

    A university degree or equivalent qualification (preferably to at least masters’ level), ideally in economics and/or accounting.
    Strong oral and written communication skills (including electronic media), and experience in preparing presentations using software such as PowerPoint.
    excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team, to maintain effective and cooperative relations with national authorities as well as donors, and to handle sensitive issues with discretion in a multicultural environment.
    Ability to work on multiple projects, in multiple countries, with multiple stakeholders.
    Ability to manage the work of short-term PFM experts.
    Experience in organizing and conducting training courses and workshops would be desirable.
    Applicants for the PFM Advisor positions must be fully proficient in English. Preference will be given to candidates who have had at least 10 years of practical experience in a senior line or advisory position within a ministry of finance, or a related budgetary institution; and have relevant experience of PFM reforms, working with donor organizations, in one or more of the PFM fields noted above.

    The AFRITAC East Steering Committee actively encourages applications from Africa, as well as a gender balance among its advisors. Familiarity with the region will be considered an advantage.

    Applicants not selected for the regional Advisor positions may still be considered suitable for short-term assignments within the region or beyond and could be invited to join AFE panel of experts. Such duties may range from visits of a few weeks as part of a team, to peripatetic assignments involving 2-3 years of close work with member countries.

    Applications should be submitted online at
    www.imf.org/jobs by making explicit reference to Job No. 1000161 by April 30, 2010.

    The IMF is an equal opportunities employer with operational policies in both cultural diversity and gender.


     
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