Thursday, November 26, 2015

Administration Manager , National Housing Corporation


National Housing Corporation (NHC) is inviting applications from suitably qualified, dynamic and good team player to fill the position of Administration Manager

The Administration Manager will report to the Director of Regional Operations and Administration and will perform the following duties and responsibilities:
Head administration department.
To be responsible for general administration insurance matters, department budget, transport, control, fuel consumption and fleet management
Insure proper supply utilities e.g. water electricity and telephone services.
Carry out general administrative and office managerial tasks including filling telephone answering data entry, record keeping, printing binding etc.
Monitor the facility to insure that it remains safe secure and well maintained.
Direct and coordinate the supportive services of various department of the Corporation
Analyses internal processes and recommend and implement procedural or policy changes to improve operation such as disposal of records.
Supervise implementation of Transport policy
Propose improvement in the existing transport system
Ensure maintenance, repairing, oiling and service schedules of the vehicles are followed
Supervise performance of drivers and transport contractors .
Ensure safe parking of vehicles on Corporation premises
Responsible for vehicles insurance matters.
Supervise open and confidential registry
Responsible for fuel cards management system
Prepare and submit regular and comprehensive monthly report to the Director of Regional Operations and Administration.

Qualifications and Experience:
Holders of Degree in Human Resources / Public Administration/Business Administration or its equivalent from a recognized institution. Postgraduate will be added advantage
Working experience of at least 5 years.
Good communications skills.
Computer literate.
Five years experience in the field.
Mechanical engineering background will be an added advantage

Very attractive REMUNERATION is offered as per NHC scheme of service.
If you think you meet job requirement, please apply to the undersigned enclosing an application letter, photocopies of relevant certified certificates, and names of two referees,

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Send your application to:
DIRECTOR GENERAL,
NATIONAL HOUSING CORPORATION
PO.BOX 2977,
DAR ES SALAAM

NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Epidemiologist , World Health Organization


The Mission of WHO is the attainment by all people of the highest possible level of health
DATE OF ISSUANCE : 20th November 2015
POSITION TITLE Epidemiologist
GRADE LEVEL NOC as per United Nations salary scele
TYPE OF CONTRACT Special Service Agreement (SSA)
DURATION 6 months -
DUTY STATION Dar es Salaam
CLOSING DATE 4th December 2015

Background
Following the detection of the initial cases of cholera in Dar es Salaam in August 2015, the outbreak has now spread to other regions of Tanzania. The majority of cholera cases detected so far are from the city of Dar es Salaam. The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in collaboration with partners has reviewed technical and financial assistance needs for an effective outbreak response.
A National Cholera Task Force led by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare is the major multisectoral coordination body for the response involving development partners, NGOs and other line ministries and government departments. The outbreak response has focused on the following interventions: social mobilization on personal hygiene, safe water and sanitation, chlorination and treatment of water sources and storage tanks, strengthening of case management in treatment centres and risk management during burials of the deceased.
The primary focus of the community interventions is public sensitization, water treatment at household level and disease surveillance. These community-based interventions engage community input through existing community structures to assist local government authorities in tailoring interventions to the community needs.
The Epidemiologist will mainly support the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other implementing partners to contribute to the successful containment of cholera outbreak.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Under the guidance and supervision of the WHO Representative, the incumbent will work closely with the MOHSW and partners to undertake the following tasks:
Support high quality data collection, management, analysis and reporting.
Ensure organization supervision and coordination of an effective contact tracing;
Ensuring an effective alert monitoring and response system;
Ensuring that laboratory data is systematically captured and incorporated into the Ebola database in a timely and accurate manner;
Conducting surveillance training and supervision when necessary;
Supporting the development and implementation of analytical studies; liaising and collaborating with partners involved in surveillance activities.
Depending on needs, performs other tasks as defined by the National Surveillance Coordinator.
Undertake any other task assigned by the WHO Representative

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATION
Education:
First degree in medicine, nursing or any other health related field and post graduate qualifications in epidemiology or communicable diseases epidemiology

Experience:
At least 5 years relevant experience in information management;
Field experience in public health, tropical medicine
Experience in communicable disease outbreaks and other public health emergencies
Experience working with multiple partners including Ministries of Health, UN or a reputable international NGO will be an added advantage

Skills and competencies:
Good understanding of health delivery, health systems and emergency context, policies, planning and management issues in Tanzania
Excellent oral and written communication (report writing), computer and data analysis skills with ability to use MS Word, Epi Info, Excel and PowerPoint
Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work with all relevant regional and international stakeholders and partners involved with the response
Organized and flexible with working hours and ready to work for long hours when required
Communication: Excellent knowledge of English and Kiswahili

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Applicants will initially be evaluated based on documentation submitted with the application letter, then high ranked applicants will be invited for interview. Therefore, it is essential that applicants submit hard copies of application letter, plus copies of a detailed CV, passport size photograph, copies of degree only to WHO Representative, Attention:
Operations
Officer, P.O. Box 9292, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.

Female applicants are encouraged to apply. Only candidates who meet the stated requirements will be considered and shortlisted for interviews.

Director of Corporate Affairs , Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority


The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an independent, world class regulatory authority responsible for licensing, tariff regulation and quality of service regulation of the electricity, water, petroleum and natural gas sectors. EWURA has the following vacancies for which suitably qualified Tanzania citizens are invited to apply.

Job Title: Director of Corporate Affairs – 1 post

Duty Station: EWURA Head Office – Dar es Salaam
Reports to: Director General

Director of Corporate Affairs is responsible for the management of human resources, financial resources and provision of administrative and information technology services to the Authority in order to increase effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of regulatory service.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

• To ensure timely and effective provision of financial, administrative, human resources and information and communication technology services to the Authority.
• Assisting the Director General in formulating financial plans and budget, and ensuring that operations proceed according to agreed plans and budget.
• To monitor financial expenditure as per approved budget, procedures and policies.
• To ensure that all administrative activities are carried out in the best interests of the authority;
• To oversee competitive management of human resources.
• To ensure that the authority has an operating information and communication technology system at any given time.
• To oversee establishment and application of systems and procedures for finance, administration, human resources and information and communication activities are carried out on time and according to approved budget.
• To oversee prudent management of the Authority`s resources, including keeping records on their utilization.
• To effectively administer all resources allocated to the Division, including offering technical and operational support to staff members in the Division.
• To coordinate and administer operations of the zonal offices.
• To undertake any other duties as assigned by the Director General.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

The ideal candidate for this position should have the following qualifications and experience:
• University Degree/Advanced diploma majoring in accounting or finance from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Masters Degree majoring in accounting or finance.
• Certified public Accountant, CPA (T) or ACCA and must be registered with the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) in the category of either Associate Certified Public Accountants (ACPAs) or Associate certified public accountant in public practice (ACPA-PPs) or Fellow Certified Public Accountants (FCPAs).
• Knowledge and competence in information and communications technology (ICT) application, and familiarity with one of the accounting software.
• Possession of knowledge of Human Resources Management policies and princeples.
• A strong knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and public Sector accounting and Reporting principles.
• Not less than eight (8) years work experience in relevant fields out of which three (3) years should be in senior management position.

Personal Attributes

In addition to the above skills and qualifications, applicants for the above positions are required to have the following attributes:
• A very high level of integrity, honesty and sense of responsibility;
• Ability to dragt non-technical reports.
• Ability to work under pressure and produce expected results.
• Ability to work in a dynamic team.
• Ability to self manage, achieve results and meet deadlines.
• Willingness to work beyond the call of duty.

Tenure and Remuneration

• A competitive salary will be offered to the right candidates for the posts.
• EWURA is an equal opportunity employer.
• Staff will be employed on 5 years renewable contracts.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Signed application letter with Curriculum Vitae (CV) including e-mail address and day time contact telephone number, together with photocopies of certificates and transcripts, one passport size photo and names and contacts of three referees (the referees contact should also include telephone number and e-mail address) should be addressed to reach the under-mentioned by 15th December, 2015.

Only short listed candidates meeting the above criteria will be invited for interview. Lobbying and canvassing for employment will not be entertained and may work to the candidates disadvantage.

How to Apply

The Director General
Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA)
Samora Avenue, 6th Floor, Harbour View Towers
(Former JM Mall Building)
P.O.BOX 72175
DAR ES SALAAM

Email: jobs@ewura.go.tz

Clerk Of Works Job at Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority



The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory
Authority established by the SUMATRA Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA's role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.
SUMATRA intends to construct an Office Building at Nkrumah Street, 11010 Municipality in Dar es
Salaam. A contractor for the project has been procured and the client (SUMATRA) is desirous to appoint a Clerk of Works who will monitor the progress of the construction.
Therefore, the Director General of SUMATRA invites qualified and experienced Tanzanians to apply for the position of Clerk of Works as follows:

1.0 Clerk Of Works (Dar es Salaam) - 1 Post, REF No. CW-O1 : Clerk of Works
REPORTING TO : The Client (SUMATRA's Project Manager)

Position Summary
The duties of Clerk of Works are to observe, inspect, check and report matters patterning to daily construction activities of works. The main responsibility will be to make sure that works are carried out to the set specifications and schedule.
The Clerk Of Works in consultation with the architect will make sure the specified materials and workmanship are deployed and that the client is given quality work and value for money.

The Clerk of Works will be on site all the time and will make regular inspections. He/She needs to be vigilant in inspecting of a large range of technical aspects of the work. This involves: Become familiar with all relevant works drawings and written instructions, check them, and use them as a reference when inspecting the work;
Make visual inspections of works;
Take measurements and samples on site to make sure that the work and the materials
meet the specified specifications and quality standards;
Be familiar with legal requirements and checking that the work complies with them;
Have a working knowledge of health and safety legislation and bring any shortfalls observed to the attention of the person(s) concerned;
Inform the Project Manager on certain aspects of the work in view of achieving the best work results, but such information should not be interpreted as instructions that may result into additional expenses to the client;
Maintaining a close liaison with the Project
Manager but independently working in the best interests of the employer or client;
Maintain and issue weekly progress reports;
Check that work progress is maintained according to the building programme and report on any likely slippage to the services consultant;
Witness testing, commissioning and balancing of engineering installations;
Observe material delivered to the site and used by the subcontractors to ensure that materials used are those specified, or approved substitutes, and that materials are in good condition and free of defects;
Monitor the proper storage of materials, including any off-site storage if so directed.
Report problems to the general contractor.
Notify the Project Manager if, in the clerk's opinion, any materials should be replaced due to improper storage. Document with photographs as necessary; and
Keep detailed records of various aspects of the work, which are put together in regular reports for the architect or the engineer and the client.
Records include:
Progress and any delays;
The number and type of workers employed
Weather conditions;
Visitors to the site;
Drawings received;
Deliveries;
Instructions; and
Details of any significant events including any serious deficiencies in health or safety performance observed while on site.

Minimum qualifications and Requirements:
Holder of Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering or Bachelor of Architecture or its equivalent;
Registered as Professional Engineer or Architect by respective Board;
At least four (4) years of experience in similar post and similar project;
Must have a wide understanding of the building industry, including knowledge of materials, trades, methods and legal requirements;
Must be attentive to details when checking work and materials.

Key competencies required for the Position:
All applicants must:
Demonstrate highest degree of integrity and professionalism;
Possess good communication, leadership and interpersonal skills;
Demonstrate competence in budgeting,' setting performance indicators, monitoring and performance appraisals;
Be self driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight schedules and deadlines;
Be competent in Computer Aided Design
(CAD) such as Autocard.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
A successful candidate will be employed on Two (2) Years Contract including six (6) months-of probation.

REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package will be- offered to a successful candidate.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Applications should be on applicant's handwriting indicating the Reference Number (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied with detailed Curriculum Vitae (ev), copies of relevant
Certificates, Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Practising License, Transcripts, testimonials and names, positions and detailed contacts of three (3) reliable referees.
Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied. Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.
Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Results from NECTA where
Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.

Application should be submitted / posted in envelope to the address below not later than Friday, 11th December, 2015 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for Interview.
DIRECTOR GENERAL,
SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE,
MAWASILIANO HOUSE,
AU HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.

Internship at Eurogroup for Animals


Brussels, Belgium

Background

Eurogroup for Animals has been the leading voice for animal welfare at European Union level since 1980 representing 48 national and international animal welfare organisations. We provide a voice for the billions of animals kept in laboratories, farms and homes or living in the wild, and work to create a Europe where animals are considered and valued as contributing to our well-being, prosperity and to the sustainability of our planet.
We are looking for motivated individuals with high level of interest in animal welfare/protection and related fields. We offer guided internships focusing on specific activities or projects of Eurogroup for Animals (see below).
Eurogroup for Animals is based in Brussels and all interns work out of our Brussels office. We are looking for individuals available for at least three months (longer period preferred) in the course of 2016, starting at the end of January 2016 (specific dates to be discussed). As a non-profit organization, we are not in a position to provide financial remuneration, but will provide you with professional and substantive guidance and proper tools for your work. If requested, we will provide a successful candidate with a proof of placement for purposes of funding/scholarship applications.

Key responsibilities

Interns at Eurogroup are considered colleagues who are investing their time, effort and know-how to help progress our cause, and in exchange expect to gain practical insights into international (EU and beyond) advocacy and learn substance on a first-hand basis. As such, your key responsibilities would involve:
  • Assisting in research activities on specific topics relating to our main pillars of work: Animals used in farming systems, for companionship or in research as well as wild animals and trade. Contributing to strategic approaches to advocacy and lobbying within the EU institutions and other international forums;
  • Providing fresh ideas to outreach and information campaigns, where applicable;
  • Taking part in meetings within the civil society and in the EU institutions as appropriate;
  • Providing substantiated advice and, if necessary, talking points to senior colleagues and executives of Eurogroup;
  • Delivering on other tasks as requested within the portfolio of Eurogroup’s activities.

Desired profile

  • You are a university student or a recent graduate with an academic background in international relations, agriculture, environment, sustainable development, veterinary medicine, communications or related field;
  • You have a strong motivation to work with animal advocacy, experience in this or related field would be considered an advantage;
  • You are eager to learn and have the ability to apply newly acquired knowledge into practice quickly and with precision;
  • You are pro-active, positive team player and service oriented;
  • You work with high degree of accountability, diligence and sense of responsibility;
  • You are fluent in spoken and written English and preferably at least one additional EU language;
  • Your proven creativity, research and analytical skills would be considered a strong advantage, so would be proven knowledge of EU institutions.

Specific areas of work

At present, Eurogroup is able to offer a position covering two specific projects/areas of activity. In your application, please show your suitability for the following areas on which you would wish to focus during the internship, and explain in detail your preference and provide your applicable competencies:
  • International Trade(animal welfare in bilateral negotiations between EU and third countries/groups of countries, implementation of negotiated trade deals, World Trade Organization, compliance of EU legislation with international trade and investment treaties, improving of animal welfare/protection standards in third countries through negotiated agreements);
  • Transport(animal welfare during intra EU transport, related risks for public health, biosecurity and environment).

Application procedure

To apply for the position, please send a CV and a letter of application stating your skills, motivation and priority areas, both in English, by email to: Christine van Horen - c.vanhoren@eurogroupforanimals.org. Only successful candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview.
Deadline for applications: 17:00h on Sunday, 29th November, 2015.

Internship at Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar


Brussels, Belgium

Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar is pleased to offer the opportunity of INTERNSHIPS from 11 January to 8 April 2016 at its representation to the European Union. 

The ideal candidates will be EU citizens able to demonstrate a good knowledge of the functioning of the European Union and fluency in at least three EU languages including English. Previous experience as an intern in Brussels will be a major advantage. The internships will be remunerated. They will be of three months' duration with an opportunity for extension. Applications with CV and cover letter should be sent by hand or by post to The Secretariat, Gibraltar House, Square Ambiorix 17, B 1000 Brussels or alternatively by email to euoffice@gibraltar.gov.gi to arrive by midday on Sunday 29 November 2015.

Interviews will be held on 2 and 3 December 2015.

Trainee at 5G Communications


rainee Sales Advisor

5G Communications

High Wycombe, United Kingdom

Wanted:

Keen, ambitious and enthusiastic people to work in the UK.

You must be:

  • Prepared to work hard;
  • A good team player;
  • Interested in building a career in the Energy & Communications Industries.

You must have:

  • Excellent spoken and written English;
  • Competence with Microsoft Office Software;
  • An Ambitious Attitude;
  • A friendly and outgoing personality.

We will provide:

  • Initial and ongoing training;
  • An excellent working environment;
  • A basic salary & uncapped commission;
  • 20 days annual leave + UK Bank Holidays;
  • Career progression opportunities.

We are:

  • A market leader in the utilities industry in the UK.
Please email a copy of your CV in the first instance to janeyeb@5gcomms.com providing a telephone number for us to contact you for a telephone interview. 

Successful candidates will be contacted within two working days.

Intern Governance and Programme Office


ECF - European Climate Foundation

Brussels, Belgium

The European Climate Foundation is seeking an intern to work on EU climate and energy governance and the EU’s 2030 climate and energy policy framework. The internship will be based in Brussels and will last for six months.

About the European Climate Foundation

The European Climate Foundation was established in 2008 as a major philanthropic initiative to promote climate and energy policies that greatly reduce Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions and to help Europe play a stronger international leadership role to mitigate climate change. The ECF is funded by major multi-year commitments from donors in Europe and the United States. The ECF is part of the international ClimateWorks Network that shares goals, strategies and resources to address the global challenge of climate change mitigation with a global network of aligned organizations. 

The ECF team is a highly dynamic group of individuals, combining ambition and passion with a rigorous, results-oriented and analytic approach to work. The ECF’s culture is one of intensity, enthusiasm and mutual support.

The Intern Governance & Programme Office will be reporting to the Senior Associate for Governance.
Governance cluster: The ECF governance cluster is focused on the governance of the EU’s 2030 policy framework and of the Energy Union.
Programme Office: The ECF Programme Office aims to provide coordination between the sectoral programmes and cross-cutting initiatives (“clusters”), to ensure development and execution of a coherent strategy, and to alert senior management to programmatic gaps in the coverage of the EU policy debate.

Duties and responsibilities

The intern would primarily support the activities of the Governance cluster and, as needed, the Programme Office. The role involves:
  • Analysis and research on EU law and governance on a wide range of matters relating to climate and energy policy;
  • Administrative work related to grant making and grant management (using Fluxx and PARL, the organisation’s internal grant management systems);
  • Monitoring EU climate and energy policy, particularly relating to governance and law, and reporting on new developments;
  • Monitoring, attending, and reporting on events in Brussels that are relevant to the work of the ECF and its grantees;
  • Research tasks related to diverse topics on EU climate and energy policy, as needed;
  • Helping with the organisation of meetings and events;
  • Helping to manage a broad network of stakeholders in different countries following the 2030 debate;
  • Drafting and circulating a monthly newsletter with campaign updates and an overview of recent climate and energy related publications;
  • In a rotation scheme with other interns, providing Daily News updates to all staff.

Competencies and experience

The following qualifications and personal attitudes are required for this position:

  • An academic background (to primary degree level at least) in one of the following fields: law, environmental science, public policy especially related to climate or energy policy;
  • An understanding of and interest in EU climate and energy policies;
  • A minimum of one professional experience (this could include paid or voluntary part-time work or university summer work placements) in an area relevant to the work of the European Climate Foundation;
  • Demonstrated interest in the mission and values of the European Climate Foundation;
  • Fluent written and spoken English;
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills;
  • Demonstrated research skills;
  • Proven ability to work well under pressure, take initiative and be a creative problem-solver;
  • Strong administrative and computer skills including the Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel).

The following attributes are desirable but not essential for this position:

  • An interest in philanthropy;
  • Language skills (particularly French and German);
  • Experience working or studying in an international environment;
  • Familiarity with Macintosh computers and operating system;
  • Experience of drafting documents that communicate complex subjects to a general audience.
Start date: 4 January 2016, or as soon as possible
Compensation: Competitive

To apply

Please send your CV and cover letter in English to SMO-InternPOG@Europeanclimate.org. Please indicate “Recruitment – PO and governance internship” in the Subject line. Candidates must be in the possession of a valid work permit for Belgium, in case applicable.
Telephone calls will not be forwarded to the recruitment team. Due to the high number of applications, only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Application deadline: 29 November 2015

For more information on the ECF, please visit www.europeanclimate.org.

Intern - European Investment Bank


Luxembourg

The EIB, the European Union's bank, is seeking for its Projects Directorate – Environment, Climate and Social Office (ECSO) at its headquarters in Luxembourg INTERN.
Duration: 5 months with possible extension up to 6 months if required by University (fixed start date: 1stFebruary 2016).
Please note that, as marked on our Webpage, only applications from nationals of the Member States of the European Union, as well as citizens from countries with which EU accession negotiations have started, can be considered.

Objective of the traineeship

The traineeship is expected to support the social development team of EIB’s Environment, Climate and Social Office (ECSO) across both operational and policy/procedural aspects of social due diligence and social development work streams pursued.

Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Head of Division and the team’s specialists, the trainee will cater to both operational and policy-oriented needs of the division. His/her main tasks will be:
  • Assist the specialists throughout the relevant stages of the project cycle in selective transactions;
  • Review the quality of documents required under EIB Social Standards, such as Environmental and Social Impact Assessments and their management plans, Resettlement Policy Frameworks, Resettlement Action Plans, Stakeholder Engagement Plans etc.;
  • Support the outsourcing of consultancy services catering for project-based social due diligence, specific social studies and/or the broadening of the institution’s relevant knowledge base and capacity;
  • Provide related inputs to on-going assignments on transversal topics, such as conflict, gender, supply chains, etc.;
  • Support the revision and/or development of the Bank’s social standards and procedures;
  • Participate as an active member in the Social Working Group.

Academic qualifications and professional skills

  • Advanced degree in international development studies, social development policy and practice, anthropology, or other relevant discipline;
  • Knowledge of social safeguards and social impact assessment in the context of international development would be desirable;
  • Relevant professional experience is not essential, however prior engagement with the tasks to be carried out would be regarded as valuable. Experience in the field of gender equality and women’s empowerment, conflict sensitivity, labour rights, social dimensions of climate change or supply chains would be an advantage. The total duration of candidates’ professional experience following the award of their most recent academic qualification ought not to exceed twelve (12) months;
  • Excellent English language skills are required. Additional knowledge of French language would be an advantage;
  • Good to advanced knowledge of MS Office software, in particular Excel and Word.

Competencies

  • Strong organisational skills with capability to plan, to organise, prioritise and to anticipate potential issues;
  • Proactive, dynamic, self-starter, with ability to manage one’s workload independently;
  • Flexibility and reliability, results orientation;
  • Excellent analytical skills with a practical approach to problem solving;
  • Ability to operate in international environments;
  • Good interpersonal skills, strong team player;
  • Good communication skills, both oral and written. Ability to write project/policy documents in English would be an advantage.
For more details and to apply, please go to https://erecruitment.eib.org.
Please note that deadline for application is the 04/12/2015.
More information on our EIB Internship Programme and Provisions for In-service training can be consulted on our EIB website: http://www.eib.org/about/jobs/student-jobs/index.htm.

In-house French to English Translator


FIA - Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile

Geneva, Switzerland

We are seeking a native English speaker who is reliable, highly motivated and capable of working to the highest standards to join our team of four translators.

Within a team of four people, your main responsibilities will be the following:

  • Translating and revising technical, legal, financial and administrative documents pertaining to the activities of the FIA (official documents for FIA conferences and meetings, regulations, reports, press releases, speeches, correspondence, etc.);
  • Providing linguistic or terminological support to FIA staff members.

Profile:

  • University degree in translation;
  • English mother tongue with a perfect command of French; additional languages desirable;
  • 2 to 5 years’ experience in translation from French into English;
  • Excellent writing skills, attention to detail, autonomy, flexibility when required;
  • Strong organisational skills and ability to complete work to the highest standards within the deadlines set;
  • Ability to work as part of a team;
  • Tact and discretion;
  • Computer proficiency;
  • Ability to keep abreast of developments at the FIA and in motor sport in general.
Full time position
Availability: immediate
If you are interested in this position, please send your application (CV + cover letter) to the following addressrecruitment@fia.com.

Legal & Financial Coordinator


Council of Bureaux

Brussels, Belgium

Ideally to start in February 2016

The Council of Bureaux (CoB) is the managing organisation of the International Motor Insurance 'Green Card' System. Operating under the United Nations' aegis, CoB is closely involved with the EU institutions to improve the free movement of vehicles and the settlement of international motor accident claims. Its national Member Bureaux represent around 1500 motor insurers in 47 countries in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. CoB is also offering secretarial services to the Guarantee Funds, Compensation Bodies and Information Centres of the European Economic Area.

CoB is looking for a Legal & Financial Coordinator (m/f) to work in its small Secretariat on Avenue Louise, Brussels.

The Legal & Financial Coordinator (m/f) will work full time as a member of the CoB team composed of 8 members. Under the authority of the Secretary General, s/he will work closely together with the Legal Manager, the Legal Coordinator and the Risk & Monitoring Coordinator. S/he will provide general support to the work of various committees and working groups active within the CoB system: preparation of agenda and supporting documents, occasionally attending meetings, drafting and circulating minutes, producing questionnaires, technical analysis and information materials. S/he will liaise with the various Member Bureaux, Guarantee Funds, Compensation Bodies and Information Centres. In order to achieve his/her tasks, s/he may exceptionally be required to travel mainly in Europe.

The candidate

  • Degree in Law;
  • Degree in Economics, Finance or equivalent through experience is a definite plus;
  • Excellent written and oral skills in English;
  • Knowledge of at least 1 other European language (preferably French);
  • Knowledge of other EU languages would be an asset;
  • Excellent organisational skills;
  • Good social and interpersonal skills: ability to work as part of a small international team but also independently;
  • Good computer literacy;
  • Experience in the field of motor insurance or insurance in general would be an asset.

What we offer

  • Full time open-ended contract;
  • A pleasant, international working environment;
  • Competitive salary package with extra-legal advantages (group insurance, hospitalisation insurance, luncheon vouchers, 13th month, etc.);
  • As far as the agenda allows: possibility to organise the work in a flexible way.

Application procedure

Please click here in order to apply for this position by 1st January 2016 at the latest.
Only the selected candidates will be contacted for further steps of the recruitment and selection procedure.

Internship for the International Development Unit – Business Development Assistant


MWH

La Hulpe, Belgium

Description

Founded over 160 years ago, MWH has grown to become one of the world’s leading environmental engineering firms. There are now approximately 8000 employees working around the globe on some of the biggest projects around. Over the decades, we have expanded our core competencies from water and wastewater into a wide range of environmental and business services. Today, we provide consulting services to our clients all over the world.

MWH International Development, based in La Hulpe, is the MWH unit that provides consulting services to international institutions, such as the European Commission (EC), the European Investment Bank (EIB), the World Bank, the African Development Bank, governments and government agencies. Our services include design and implementation of technical, institutional and capacity development projects in the fields of water and wastewater, energy, climate change and disaster risk reduction as well as management support and monitoring and evaluation of large investment programmes. We are delivering also large technical assistance projects in the field of institutional strengthening and policy dialogue. Our main geographical focus lies on Europe, Africa and other developing countries.

Your role

You will be supporting the business development team in all the various tasks related to preparation of competitive tenders, mainly with the European Commission (DEVCO). You will be required to demonstrate a combination of discipline, flexibility, and precision in all tasks.

Responsibilities

  • Researching and analyzing project background information; undertake business intelligence researches, preparation of synthesis and reports;
  • Support MWH Bid manager during the expression of interest and bid preparation processes for international projects, including administrative support following strict EU procurement procedures;
  • Drafting background documents;
  • Support in identifying and recruiting consultants;
  • Support in identifying and recruiting potential partners.

Requirements

  • Academic background: BA or MA in International Relations, Economy, Political Science, Environment, Energy. PhD is an asset;
  • Professional experience in the preparation of expression of interest and proposals for EU-funded contract would be considered as an advantage;
  • Knowledge of the European Commission external assistance policies would be considered as an advantage;
  • Professional/Academic experience in the field of environment/energy/climate change/food security or in a similar technical assistance environment would be considered as an asset;
  • Proven drafting skills in English;
  • IT-skills: advanced use of MS Office;
  • Multi task personality, rigorous, accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Creative, communicative, open-minded and results-oriented;
  • Languages: solid written and spoken English and ideally French;
  • Work ethics, dynamism and ability to cope with multiple tasks.
The internship will take place in our office in La Hulpe, Belgium and will start in asap for a period of six months. Compensation will be provided.
If you are ready to work in a fast-moving, international environment, please send your detailed CV (in English only) in electronic format quoting Intern/11-2015 not later than 20th December 2015 to: idprecruitment@mwhglobal.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Strategic Partnership Manager (Fundraising Focus)


FLO - Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International

Bonn, Germany

DIVISION/TEAM: Strategic Relations and Partnerships
REPORTS TO: Director of Strategic Relations and Partnerships

OVERVIEW

Fairtrade is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. Fairtrade offers producers a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their everyday shopping.
Fairtrade International is the international non-profit, multi stakeholder body that is responsible for the strategic direction of Fairtrade, sets Fairtrade standards and supports producers.
The Strategic Relations and Partnerships unit is a facilitating unit ensuring a coherent and consistent approach to fundraising and strategic partnerships in the Fairtrade system. As such the unit:
  • Coordinates all fundraising activities of Fairtrade International, ensuring that funding approaches across the Fairtrade system are consistent and in line with Fairtrade’s strategic direction;
  • Initiates and guides on developing and deepening strategic partnerships which support Fairtrade in achieving its objectives;
  • Provides guidance and tools to facilitate effective management of key relations, and as such provides backstopping and quality control for partnership and fundraising activities throughout the system (e.g. on proposal development, project design, reporting, relationship management).

OBJECTIVES/PURPOSE

The Strategic Partnership Manager (Fundraising Focus) will focus on fundraising and grant writing. As such, the manager will support the design of externally funded projects and programmes, the development of related grants and fundraising proposals, ensures quality follow up on donor obligations (e.g. planning, M&E framework, reporting, etc.) and fosters alignment in fundraising collaboration across the Fairtrade system.

PRINCIPAL ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Grant Management

  • Ensure the timely fulfilment of all reporting obligations to funding partners, including the delivery of financial and narrative reporting with a particular emphasis on impact reporting;
  • Advise and closely collaborate with relevant Fairtrade units and entities (eg. Producer Networks, National Fairtrade Organizations) on the design of externally funded projects/programmes;
  • Ensure internal stakeholders fully understand their respective accountabilities, deliverables and timelines throughout the implementation process;
  • Develop and update grant management documentation (eg. logical frameworks, work plans, budgets, M&E frameworks, etc.) in collaboration with other staff (eg. M&E, Learning and Planning unit, International Programme’s unit, Finance unit etc.).

Interface, liaise and communicate with donors

  • Pursue focused dialogue with potential new partners, including institutional donors, through communication, meetings, etc. in order to create opportunities for resource mobilisation in a timely and professional manner;
  • Act as contact point to Fairtrade funding partners ensuring regular, effective communication on delivery, milestones, risks and challenges related to the implementation of existing grants;
  • Work in close coordination with relevant staff at Fairtrade International (particularly Producer Support Relations/International Programmes Development Unit level), Producer Networks (PNs), and national Fairtrade Organisations (NFOs).

Contribution to Fundraising opportunities

  • Identify and research potential funding opportunities in collaboration with the SRP unit and other Fairtrade staff;
  • Regularly monitor government and institutional funding priorities and funding trends for specific countries and/or sectors;
  • Advise and assist all units in planning, writing, editing funding proposals to comply with existing guidelines and strategic funding priorities. Help improve programme team's skills, capacities and systems in project cycle management and project design;
  • Contribute to organizational learning: Actively lead on proposing methodological improvements to standard operating procedure around grant applications, and implementation processes in Fairtrade International to increase effectiveness of delivery (e.g. develop tools/instruments for proposal writing);
  • Contribute to the development of a fundraising strategy and workplan, pro-actively feed into unit planning and budgets.

Other responsibilities

  • Produce up-to-date reports for staff, management and the Board;
  • Lead in organizing events with funding partners or attend seminars, conferences as required;
  • Travel as required;
  • Perform other duties and tasks, consistent with the skills and expertise as required.

SKILLS REQUIRED (E = essential, D = desirable)

Knowledge/Job Specific Competencies (E= Essential; D=Desirable):

  • At least 3 - 5 years professional experience (E);
  • Extended experience with grant management from key international donors particularly with regards to writing dynamic, impact-oriented projects/programmes reports (E);
  • Working experiences with particularly USAID, US Foundations, EU, UN or similar donor agencies (E). Corporate Funding expertise would be desirable (D);
  • Experiences in writing dynamic project/programme proposals for international donors including M&E plans (E);
  • In depth knowledge of the international development environment with regards to sustainable supply chain development including current priorities and trends (D);
  • Experience with the implementation of multi-country complex development projects funded by public/private donors and/or development agency partnerships (D).

Education required:

  • University degree in development, business, international relations or comparable qualifications.

Professional Skills

  • Collaborate well with team members and relevant stakeholders in the system (E);
  • Experience in project cycle management, logical framework, Theory of Change, impact chain and related M&E (E);
  • Excellent communication and relationship management skills (E);
  • Fluent English with strong writing skills to native level (E) and at least one other international language (French or Spanish) (E);
  • Good understanding of and commitment to the work of Fairtrade (D).

Personal Qualities

  • Demonstrable ability to drive forward work on own initiative (E);
  • Demonstrable ability to motivate and enthuse others (E);
  • Preference for working in multicultural environments (D).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • This is a full time maternity cover job and is based in Bonn, Germany;
  • Limited contract with a maximum of 12 months;
  • Starting date: as soon as possible thereafter;
  • The working language is English;
  • Salary as per the Collective Bargaining Agreement (Gross- und Außenhandel NRW) Group VIa, plus an attractive benefits package;
  • 30 days annual leave and flexible working hours;
  • International work environment.

APPLICATIONS

Applications, in the form of a letter of motivation and Curriculum Vitae, should be submitted via e-mail toapplications@fairtrade.net, citing “Strategic Partnership Manager (Fundraising Focus) - maternity cover” in the subject field.
The deadline for completed applications is 7th December 2015.

Economic Analyst/Information Analyst


PGEU - Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union

Brussels area, Belgium

The Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU), the organisation representing community pharmacy in Europe, is looking for an analyst to join our small and dynamic team in Brussels. The role requires you to help to produce data-driven evidence to inform and support our daily work; to review, analyse and summarise relevant industry trends and academic research; create presentation materials; write longer think-pieces; and to draft memos, reports and content for internal and external websites.

Key duties

There is an opportunity for the right candidate to develop in the role.
You will need a degree in Mathematics, Economics, Information Management or Statistics or/and relevant experience and a keen interest in exploring developments in modern healthcare systems and their relationship with economic policies.

Key skills and experience required

The successful candidate will need:
  • Strong Analytical Skills and an understanding of statistical methodologies, including their limitations;
  • Excellent Verbal and Written Communication Skills to clearly present and explain complex ideas to non-specialists;
  • An aptitude for Critical Thinking and Attention to Detail to reach clear conclusions based on accurate analysis of information and evidence;
  • An open, flexible and pragmatic style of working with excellent inter-personal skills, a willingness to travel and the ability to work as part of a high-performing team.
Excellent written and spoken English is a must. The ability to speak other European languages, particularly French and/or German, would also be an advantage.

Apply

The closing date for applications is 24 December 2015
To apply, please answer all questions and attach your CV and Motivation Letter. Click HERE.

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