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Sales Consultant for JobnetAfrica , Africa

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for Africa? Are you a great networker? Do you love sales and developing business? Do you love traveling and working independently? Are the answers to these questions YES? Then become part of our enthusiastic team of Africa recruitment specialists!

JobnetAfrica is looking for a Sales Manager to join our pan-African JobnetAfrica team. We recruit, headhunt and offer HR Consultancy services for international companies across a wide range of sectors throughout Africa. Our team members are either based in Africa, or have extensive Africa living and working experience. This makes us the partner of choice for companies looking for talent for their companies in Africa.

As a Sales Manager, you are responsible for gaining new accounts as well as managing the accounts. To create an active sales pipeline, you analyze the market and determine new opportunities. You actively hunt for new clients and build positive and lasting relationships with them by developing an in-depth understanding of their industry and recruitment needs.

The new colleague we are looking for:
• Has a sparkling personality, is a master networker and is passionate about sales,
• Does NOT need previous experience in recruitment, selling of services is a pre
• Loves traveling and exploring new areas
• Has a vast international network in Africa or a part of Africa,
• Is an independent worker and is self-driven,
• Has an network within an international environment,
• Speaks and writes fluent English (preferably also French)

JobnetAfrica offers:
• A strong (recruitment) brand name,
• An extensive pan-African network of clients and candidates (40.000+ international professionals),
• Website and job board,
• Online marketing, social media, newsletters, LinkedIn headhunting techniques,
• Content marketing & blogs,
• Financial and general administration,
• Working from home or on-the-move,
• Part time / flexible working options,
• Excellent financial structure (no cure no pay) with a percentage of the turnover

JobnetAfrica will give you the opportunity to fully focus on sales / networking and rapidly build a sustainable income for yourself. You can hit the ground running!

Interested? Hit the link 'Apply' below and come up with a great motivation of why you would like to join the JobnetAfrica lifestyle!

Expiring: Sep 05, 2019
Commercial Recruitment Consultant in CI, KE and NG , Africa

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for Africa? Are you a great networker? Do you love sales and developing business? Do you love traveling and working independently? Are the answersto these questions YES? Then become part of our enthusiastic team of Africa recruitment specialists!

JobnetAfrica is looking for a Commercial Recruitment Consultant to join our pan-African JobnetAfrica team. We recruit, headhunt and offer HR Consultancy services for international companies across a wide range of sectors throughout Africa. Our team members are either based in Africa, or have extensive Africa living and working experience. This makes us the partner of choice for companies looking for talent for their companies in Africa.

As a Commercial Recruitment Consultant, you are responsible for the entire recruitment process from business development and contract negotiation, to interviewing and matching candidates to positions with your clients. To create an active sales pipeline, you analyze the market and determine new opportunities. You actively hunt for new clients and build positive and lasting relationships with them by developing an in-depth understanding of their industry and recruitment needs. You attract candidates by networking, headhunting and through referrals, and guide them through the recruitment process.

The new colleague we are looking for:
 Has a sparkling personality, is a master networker and is passionate about sales
 Has a vast international network in (Insert Country name) and preferably surrounding countries,
 Is an independent worker and is self-driven,
 Has (international) recruitment experience,
 Speaks and writes English (and French fluently for Cote D'Ivoire),
 Currently lives in Abidjan, Nairobi or Lagos

JobnetAfrica offers:
 A strong (recruitment) brand name,
 An extensive pan-African network of clients and candidates (40.000+ international professionals),
 Website and job board,
 Online marketing, social media, newsletters, LinkedIn headhunting techniques,
 Content marketing & blogs,
 Financial and general administration,
 Working from home or on-the-move,
 Part time / flexible working options
 Excellent financial structure (no cure no pay)

JobnetAfrica will give you the opportunity to fully focus on sales / recruitment / headhunting / networking and rapidly build a sustainable income for yourself. You can hit the ground running!

Interested? Hit the link 'Apply' below and come up with a great motivation of why you would like to join the JobnetAfrica lifestyle!

Expiring: Jun 07, 2019
Project Coordinator, Blue Action Fund (BAF) , Africa

Reports to: East Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Regional Director
Country Program/Sector: Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean
Start date: July 1, 2019 (provisional)
Position Type: Full-time
Application deadline: May 16, 2019
Expected travel: Will travel throughout the region as needed to implement the project activities.

Organization Background:
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a US non-profit, tax-exempt, private organization established in 1895 that saves wildlife and wild places by understanding critical issues, crafting science-based solutions, and taking conservation actions that benefit nature and humanity. With more than a century of experience, long-term commitments in dozens of landscapes, presence in more than 60 nations, and experience helping to establish over 150 protected areas across the globe.

Western Indian Ocean region:
The Western Indian Ocean (WIO) is a socially and biologically diverse region with a 9,000-kilometre coastline that contains some of the world’s most extensive and most climate resilient coral reefs and mangroves that are critical sources of protein, coastal protection, and income to coastal populations, many of whom are poor and marginalised. Real and significant threats related to overexploitation of fisheries, habitat clearing, and pollution are threatening the integrity of the region’s ecosystems, and their ability to provide goods and services to coastal communities.
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has just been awarded a project entitled ‘Creating a network of resilient MPAs in globally significant areas of the Western Indian Ocean’ by the Blue Action Fund (BAF). The expected outcome of the proposed project is that 6040km2 in new, expanded, and existing MPAs and their surrounding sustainable use zones in two climate resilient seascapes of global biodiversity importance are effectively and sustainably managed by NGOs and relevant actors including government, communities and civil society. The project will be implemented in Kenya, Madagascar and Tanzania for a period of 4 years by WCS in partnership with the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA).

Job Summary:
WCS is now seeking a full-time Project Coordinator to lead implementation of the BAF-funded project. Under the supervision of the MWIO Regional Director, the Project Coordinator has the responsibility for the planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of all activities funded by the BAF. He/she will carry out these responsibilities in close collaboration with the Country Directors and lead marine staff of WCS’s country programs in Kenya, Tanzania and Madagascar. The Project Coordinator will be based in one of the three country program offices involved in the project.

Major Responsibilities:
• Updating and finalisation of the 4-year project site document / workplan and budget and development of annual workplans and budgets
• Coordination of implementation of site based activities according to the agreed workplan and budget
• Technical and financial monitoring of project implementation (workplan and pipeline monitoring)
• Coordination of technical reporting for site level activities.
• Leading communications activities related to project.
• Liaison with project donor and partners throughout project implementation.
Tasks
Coordination and supervision of project activities according to the agreed workplan and budget
• Technical and financial planning of activities in collaboration with WCS team members and external partners in line with annual work plans
• Organisation of regular meetings and calls between key WCS team members and partners to discuss project implementation
• Supervision of activities implemented on-site including training and support to staff working on the project and field visits to supervise activities and resolve issues as they arise
• Technical and financial monitoring of implemented activities and adoption of corrective action as needed to ensure adherence to workplan and budget
• Support to logistical arrangements for smooth implementation of activities including mission planning for staff, and organization of visits of partners
• Ensuring compliance with all WCS administrative procedures in the accomplishment of the tasks
Coordination of reporting for project activities
• Coordination and submission of annual technical, financial and impact reporting
• Coordination of quarterly internal technical and financial reviews to measure financial progress and achievement of milestones
• Contribution to communications activities and presentation of site

Minimum Requirements:
• Masters in marine conservation, natural resources management, fisheries, environmental science, or a related field.
• At least 5 years professional experience in the management of complex development projects in developing country context in the marine conservation or natural resources sectors.
• Excellent technical and financial project management skills and experience in managing multi-cultural project teams
• Experience working and living in remote locations in developing countries and ability to deal with basic living conditions
• Good communication, organization and animation skills
• Ability to work in a team and in a multidisciplinary setting
• Ability to travel frequently
• Experience in the Western Indian Ocean will be an advantage
• Excellent communication skills in in English and French; knowledge of Malagasy or Swahili will be an advantage

Application Process:
Interested candidates, who meet the above qualifications should apply by emailing an application letter and CV together with salary requirements and the names and contact information of three references to: africaapplications@wcs.org by the May 16, 2019 deadline. Please include “Project Coordinator, Blue Action Fund (BAF)” in the subject line of your email.
In addition, please note that all candidates must also apply online via the WCS career portal at: http://www.wcs.org/about-us/careers

WCS is an equal opportunity employer and the organization complies with all employment and labor laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination in hiring and ensures that candidates from all backgrounds are fairly and consistently considered during the recruitment process. We are dedicated to hiring and supporting a diverse workforce. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment and look for future team members who share that same value
The organization provides equal employment opportunities for all qualified candidates. The organization does not discriminate for employment based on age, color, disability, gender identify, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by laws and regulations
Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

Are you interested in becoming a Project Coordinator in Africa? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

Expiring: May 16, 2019
Independent HR Consultant , Africa

JobnetAfrica HR Consultancy Services specializes in International Human Resource Solutions in Africa. Conducting business across borders requires a special set of skills and cultural awareness. Our consultants have a broad understanding of HR as well as extensive Africa experience, allowing them to bridge the gap between cultures. Our clients are international companies who engage us for our specialist HR knowledge. We contribute towards their HR (change) programs, provide them with temporarily work-load reduction and give an independent 3rd party assessment on HR issues.

JobnetAfrica is currently looking to replenish our talent pool with Independent HR Consultants who:
 Live in West or East Africa, preferably in the capital area,
 Have lived/ studied/ worked in Europe or the USA for at least 10 years,
 Have 3-10 years of international HR work experience,
 Hold a Bachelor or Master degree in Human Resources, Organizational Psychology or Business Administration from a university in Europe or the USA,
 Are fluent in English and preferably also in French or Portuguese.

Doing an assignment through JobnetAfrica means you can concentrate on what you do best and leave the rest to us! We will:
 Take care of marketing and business development,
 Use our strong brand name and our vast client-base to secure assignments,
 Help you write proposals, or write them for you, and negotiate fees with clients.
 Take care of the financial administration.

If you’re interested in working for JobnetAfrica as an HR Consultant, apply at the top or bottom of this page. Please add a short summary with the type of HR assignments you are looking for, your fee expectations as well as your LinkedIn profile!

If you’d like to know more about the talent pool before applying, please contact Hedwig Rovers, Manager HR Consultancy Services: Hedwig@jobnetafrica.com

Expiring: May 03, 2019
Senior Financial Managers , Africa

Cordaid believes in a world without poverty and exclusion. We strive for just and sustainable societies where every person counts. We stand for knowledge and talent sharing between North and South, between farmers and businesses, between activists and policymakers. Where poverty, conflict and exclusion divide societies, we connect people and communities. We stand for professionalism, expertise and solidarity across borders. We aim at maximizing our social impact and contributing to systemic change. We operate where natural disasters strike, where conflicts tear up communities and where lack of opportunities and service delivery keep families in extreme poverty.

Cordaid is one of the leading CSO’s in the Netherlands, working in fragile contexts on Health, Resilience, Economic opportunities, Humanitarian aid and Security & Justice. Apart from our work abroad we also contribute to new forms of job creation and social innovation in The Netherlands.

Cordaid is a member of the international Catholic networks Caritas and CIDSE and we are active in worldwide civil society networks.

For the Cordaid Country offices in stressful complex and fragile settings Cordaid is looking for
Senior Financial Managers

Introduction
We work in around 20 countries in Africa, Middle East and Asia. In 10 of those countries we have program and project offices. Cordaid is optimizing subsidiarity between Head and Country offices. In the shift from grant giving to grant seeking organisation operations in the countries become more and more complex. Consortia with different stakeholders plus a multitude of donors and formats and rules and regulations need to be monitored. Reinforcing the capacity in the offices in view of taking on more responsibilities requires high level qualified senior financial staff willing and able to work in difficult fragile contexts were Cordaid works with own staff DR Congo, South Sudan, Burundi, Central African Republic, Afghanistan, Iraq Philippines, Ethiopia, Central African Republic.

Position and responsibility
The Senior Financial Manager, as Head of the Finance unit, is responsible for all aspects of overall financial management, as well as administration for all operations of Cordaid in one of those countries.
He/she is part of the Country Management Team and reports to the Director Country Office. He/she will work closely with colleagues based in the office and in some countries sub offices as well as with Cordaid HQ in The Netherlands, including the HQ-based Financial Controllers. He/she will also liaise with representatives and financial officers of counterpart partner organizations. Cordaid is optimizing working in a project organization. Therefor on some projects also directly link with different project leaders.

General objective of the posting
The senior Financial Manager is responsible for managing the accounts receivables and payables of the organization. He also develops the organization’s budget, prepares financial reports and is involved in directing its investment activities. The Financial Manager is also responsible for planning the organization’s long-term financial goals and protecting assets.

Specific objectives
Budgets
In collaboration with relevant Program Staff, Project Leaders and Country Director:
• Prepare budgets, both for (externally financed) projects as well as support units, on annual basis or other frequency, as may be appropriate;
• On basis of budget performance, prepare budget revisions for approval to relevant parties;
• Carry out regular budget monitoring (budget vs expenditure) and advice relevant staff and Country Director, pro-actively and on request, on all areas of attention on budget performance and the office’s cost recovery;
• Prepare and maintain cash flow forecast based on the various budgets.

Daily financial management
• Coordinates the activities of, and provides advice and guidance to, the financial staff in the Cordaid offices elsewhere in the country;
• Ensures that cash- and bank balances are sufficient at all times, which will include complete and timely cash requests to the head offices in the Netherlands;
• Ensures that procurement requests meet with financial requirements and are supported by provision in the (relevant) budgets;
• Reviews all requests for payment and verifies that these are compliant with regulations before signing off;
• Ensures that invoices are paid timely and correctly;
• Maintains an up-to-date overview of outstanding liabilities (including services and/or goods provided but not yet paid) at all times;
• Monitors and manages balance accounts including suspense accounts, advances, etc.;
• Ensures that the finance officer responsible for maintaining petty cash has a sufficient balance and that all transactions are supported by supporting documentation;
• Is first point of contact with the Bank and maintains regular contact;
• Reviews all draft contracts for financial correctness;
• Facilitates the activities of internal and external auditors when reviewing the accounts of Cordaid office.

Reporting
• Prepares timely monthly financial reports in accordance with internal procedures, for approval to the Director Country Offices, which includes cash- and bank reconciliation, budget depletion overviews, balance accounts, transaction sheets, and cash request for the forthcoming period;
• Prepares financial reports for external donors in accordance with donor agreements, ensures that these are complete and compatible with narrative reporting;
• Provides staff with budget or financial information upon request;
• Prepares any other financial report as may be required.

Other
• Is responsible, in close collaboration with the Director Country Offices and program heads, for the financial wellbeing (stability, liquidity, sustainability) of Cordaid office;
• Maintains a solid understanding of all Cordaid financial rules and regulations, as laid down in the Field Manual and other official documentation, and ensures that all Cordaid staff acts in accordance with these;
• Pro-actively provides advice to Management on areas of suggested improvement in financial management;
• Provides advice to partner organisations on financial matters in relation to Cordaid support;
• Develops partner capacity building programmes;
• Any other assignment that can reasonably be asked from the position.

Qualifications
• Degree in financial management;
• At least seven years’ experience in working with an INGO, of which at least five in a senior
financial position;
• Good and proven experience with working with various external (institutional) donors like UN, EC, Global Fund, Worldbank;
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
• Strong organiser of one’s own work (knowing how to prioritise);
• Strong communication skills;
• Be diplomatic, culturally sensitive, result-oriented, innovative and a strong team player;
• Excellent French and English writing and communication skills;
• Computer skills to include a solid working knowledge of Excel, including the usage of complex formulas;
• Work experience in fragile, stressful settings;
• Proficiency in financial software, including Pastel/Sage and Dynamics will be desirable;
• Experience in managing finance teams of over 5 people;
• Experience in managing partner organisations.

Specifics of duty station
The Financial Manager will be based in one of the Cordaid offices. Occasional travel to other project areas, security permitting, will occasionally be required.
Most of the duty stations are non-accompanied posting.

Contract information
The contract period is for 12 months starting as soon as possible, with the intention to extend for a longer period. We offer a Cordaid contract with a competitive salary and a benefit package which includes R&R, a comprehensive insurance cover, social security and pension contribution, a holiday allowance, 13th month, hardship allowance and cost of living allowance (if applicable).

Further information & how to apply
Applications including a motivation letter and extensive CV in English, including the contact details of at least three professional references, should be forwarded on attn.of Ms. Monique van Weldam (monique.van.weldam@cordaid.org) as soon as possible. An assessment might be part of the procedure.

Are you interested in becoming a Senior Financial Managers? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

Expiring: Oct 18, 2018
Director Quality Improvement & Assurance , Africa

To be considered, you must apply via EngenderHealth's career portal: https://bit.ly/2GtMz9y

Work locations: EAST AFRICA (Tanzania, Ethiopia, or Kenya) or ASIA (New Delhi, India).

The Director of Quality Improvement and Assurance provides global leadership to develop, adapt, and institutionalize a comprehensive rights-based strategy to advance the Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance (QI/QA) agenda of EngenderHealth. The Director will work collaboratively across functions and projects to design innovative frameworks, models, processes and systems for QI/QA that are rights-based, comprehensive, sustainable, responsive to local needs, and that could easily be scaled-up in resource-constrained contexts. The Director will identify and pursue the integration of state of the art technical approaches and tools including the use of digital technological innovations to rapidly scale-up and institutionalize QI/QA initiatives within existing healthcare systems. This person will work closely with the Regional Directors of Programs and Quality, and Regional Clinical Quality Advisors to ensure establishment of robust compliance systems and processes to ensure the quality of clinical services across all EngenderHealth supported projects (global, domestic and bilateral) strengthening a culture of quality service delivery to every client, at every service delivery point, on every visit. The Director will also be responsible to ensure technical assistance and capacity building support to local staff and partners at all levels of the healthcare system. The Director will report to the Vice President of Quality and Accountability.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess the following requirements with or without a reasonable accommodation.
• Master’s degree in public health, international health or related field and additional certification/training in QI/QA in health or sexual reproduction health and rights (SRHR).
• Ten (10) years of experience leading, designing, and implementing quality improvement and quality assurance in health.
• Experience integrating reproductive health interventions in public and/or private sector interventions.
• In-depth knowledge of rights-based approaches to quality in health.
• Progressive senior leadership experience and demonstrated capacity in designing strategies, frameworks, and tools in QI/QA.
• Proven results in working with multiple collaborators globally.
• Understanding of international public health landscape in developing countries in areas related to sexual and reproductive health, quality improvement and assurance.
• Strong knowledge of the donor landscape within the health sector and potential investors for quality assurance.
• Strong interpersonal and writing and oral communications skills.
• Ability to travel internationally approximately 40% of the time (the equivalent of 20 weeks annually) to work with EngenderHealth’s field staff and partners.
• Experience developing, designing, and delivering curriculum and training.
• Ability to document quality improvement and quality assurance processes.

ESSENTIAL SOFT SKILLS:
• Excellent partnership and relationship building skills.
• Ability to be strategic and entrepreneurial, and to foster a cultural environment of innovation and collaboration.
• Flexible and adaptable with proven capacity to respond rapidly and effectively to a changing environment.
• Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and being held accountable for meeting ambitious targets.
• Leadership skills to work with autonomy while still being collaborative, prioritize tasks, and positively influence others to follow directives and meet deliverables with global stakeholders.
• Systems-thinker whose strength is proactively finding the slightest weakness in a process and implementing a solution.
• Problem-solver mentality, with the ability to adapt seamlessly to changing priorities and enforce regulations.
• Cross-cultural sensitivity and ability to work effectively in different socio-cultural contexts.
• Organized, high level of accuracy, and meticulous attention to detail.
• Ability to synthesize information from multiple sources.
• Adaptable to changing priorities and deadlines seamlessly.

PREFERRED SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND FUNCTIONS:
• Medical degree.
• Sexual reproduction health and rights (SRHR) field experience in public and/or private health sector in resource-challenged environments with eight (8) years of field experience working in developing countries.
• Fluency in French including business and healthcare terminology.
• Ability to use knowledge of the organizational and political climate to solve problems and accomplish goals.
• Experience in advocating for the integration of SRHR QI/QA standards and practices into national policies, systems, and training frameworks.
• Experience establishing an internal medical quality assurance board.
• Experience working with multiple donors and global quality improvement and quality assurance forums (e.g., World Health Organization (WHO)).

Disclaimer

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person(s) assigned to this job. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities as needed and assigned.

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, creed, ancestry, citizenship, religion, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, political belief, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, marital status, disability or any other protected characteristic or status under applicable federal, state and local laws.

EngenderHealth complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in the United States in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Expiring: May 18, 2018
Global Manager Procurement & Fleet (Africa) , Africa

EngenderHealth’s vision is a world where sexual and reproductive health rights are respected as human rights, and women and girls have the freedom to reach their full potential. To achieve transformational change leading to true social and economic progress, EngenderHealth partners with diverse organizations across sectors with the shared goals of highlighting women’s value to sustainable development.

JOB SUMMARY:

Leads and manages global procurement, office leases, inventory, and fleet processes. The procurement and inventory processes include review and approval of purchase orders for commodities, purchase of goods and services essential to program implementation, compliance checks, selection of vendors, and documentation of the procurement process. Establishes policies and procedures for collecting, tracking and reporting key functional metrics to reduce overall expenses in procurement while increasing productivity and effectiveness. Facilitates staff training and audits purchase order submissions for compliance with policies and standard operating procedures (SOP). Updates and communicates information related to a list of suppliers including qualifications, delivery times, and potential future development in collaboration with country offices. Governance of fleet operations includes vehicle purchases, vendor relations, maintenance, repairs, compliance procedures, driver behavior, and fuel management.

This positions reports to the Director of Governance and Compliance and works in collaboration with procurement and fleet management in each country.

Work location: Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda or Asia.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess the following requirements with or without a reasonable accommodation.
• Master's degree in a relevant field (e.g., business, logistics, supply chain management, economics, accounting, finance).
• Five (5) years of procurement experience with direct management oversight for purchasing, negotiating contracts and facilitating shipping through commodity providers or freight forwarders.
• Two (2) years of experience managing fleet operations, such as vehicle purchases, developing fleet management strategies, and SOPs to meet transportation regulations.
• Prepared control strategies to mitigate risk based on data from a vehicle technology system, (e.g., Telematics).
• Responsible for procurement and fleet management in Sub-Saharan Africa and/or Asia.
• Experience working across teams in multiple country offices and managing results by leading staff training in areas of compliance, audit techniques, and methods for improving procurement standards.
• Experience with reviewing procurement processes and implementing measures to reduce fraud and inefficiency.
• Worked with contracts awarded from United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Department for International Development (DFID), or other European donors and private foundations.
• Analytical experience establishing cost/budget parameters, evaluating the cost-effectiveness of vendor terms, and presenting a summary of those options to stakeholders.
• Experience in collecting and analyzing data and maintaining records of purchase prices.
• Analyzed weaknesses in existing contracts and proposed solutions.
• Experience in strengthening the capacity of counterparts in other countries and cultural settings through training, coaching and mentoring.
• Experience creating and managing reports from a variety of sources using formulas, sorting, conditional formatting, Vlookup, and pivot tables to perform financial analysis and inventory evaluation (e.g., Excel, Crystal).
• Technical skills to include business email system (e.g., Outlook) and the ability to create .pdf files, hyperlinks, tables, presentations, format layout, configure print functionality, and import/export content from other sources using Word, PowerPoint, and Adobe Reader.
• Ability to travel to field offices based on business need approximately 30% or the equivalent of 16 weeks annually.

ESSENTIAL SOFT SKILLS:
• Leadership skills to work with autonomy while still being collaborative, prioritize tasks, and positively influence others to follow directives and meet deliverables.
• Talented in the art of building vendor relations and negotiating favorable terms.
• Systems-thinker whose strength is identifying weaknesses in a process and implementing solutions.
• Problem-solver mentality, with the ability to adapt seamlessly to changing priorities and enforce regulations.
• Cross-cultural sensitivity and ability to work effectively in different socio-cultural contexts.
• Organized, high level of accuracy, and meticulous attention to detail.
• Able to learn the business and fully understand how and why tasks satisfy business needs.
• Ability to synthesize information from multiple sources.
• Adaptable to changing priorities and deadlines seamlessly.

PREFERRED SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND FUNCTIONS:
• Non-profit experience with global health, reproductive health (family planning, maternal and child health), women’s rights, and international development.
• Experience living and working in a low or middle-income country.
• Experience with procurement of medial commodities, supplies, and equipment.
• Fluency in French including business and healthcare terminology.
• Ability to use knowledge of the organizational and political climate to solve problems and accomplish goals.
• Ability to coordinate and administer meetings using digital communication platform applications, such as GoToMeeting and Skype.

Disclaimer

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person(s) assigned to this job. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities as needed and assigned.

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, creed, ancestry, citizenship, religion, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, political belief, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, marital status, disability or any other protected characteristic or status under applicable federal, state and local laws.

EngenderHealth complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in the United States in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Expiring: Apr 28, 2018
Manager Grants, Contracts, & Compliance (Africa) , Africa

Candidates must apply through career portal: http://bit.ly/2HyZm6F

EngenderHealth’s vision is a world where sexual and reproductive health rights are respected as human rights, and women and girls have the freedom to reach their full potential. To achieve transformational change leading to true social and economic progress, EngenderHealth partners with diverse organizations across sectors with the shared goals of highlighting women’s value to sustainable development.

Work locations: Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Kenya, or Uganda.

Regional Manager for Grants, Contracts, & Compliance in Africa is responsible for the administrative management and compliance oversight for a portfolio of prime awards, associated sub-awards; non-expense generating memorandums of understanding and various contractual tools for procuring professional services. Provides training and guidance on contract management; relevant donor rules and regulations; and EngenderHealth policies and procedures to departments both in the U.S. Headquarters and the field offices located in Africa and Asia. Conducts file office contract and procurement procedure compliance visits. The position works in close collaboration with domestic and international key staff within the Program/Project Management, Human Resources, and Finance teams.

This position reports directly to the Regional Finance Director and indirectly to the Assistant Director of Grants & Contracts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess the following requirements with or without a reasonable accommodation.

• Master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g., administration, business, law).

Eight (8) years of experience:
* Governing and reviewing grants and contracts from donors and to vendors based in Sub-Saharan Africa;
* Guiding stakeholders to identify and resolve contractual issues;
* Negotiating and reviewing the prime award and sub-award terms and conditions;
* Editing documents for accuracy and validating compliance with organizational and donor requirements prior to submission for donor approval and execution;
* Performing audits certifying ongoing compliance with donor requirements; and
* Working with contracts awarded from United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Department for International Development (DFID), and other European donors and private foundations.

• Experience in strengthening the capacity of counterparts in other countries and cultural settings in grants, contracts, and compliance, through training, coaching and mentoring.
• Experience using and managing grants, contracts, and awards database.
• Experience creating and managing reports using sorting, conditional formatting, Vlookup, and pivot tables to summarize contract activity (e.g., Excel).
• Technical skills to include business email system (e.g., Outlook) and the ability to format, configure print functionality, and import/export content from other sources using Word and Excel.
• Fluency in English, which includes the use of accurate grammar.
• Ability to travel to field office based on business need approximately 20% or the equivalent of 10 weeks annually.

ESSENTIAL SOFT SKILLS:
• Ability to work under pressure and prioritize high volumes of work to meet tight deadlines.
• Cross-cultural sensitivity and ability to work effectively in different socio-cultural contexts.
• Organized, high level of accuracy, and meticulous attention to detail.
• Able to learn the business and fully understand how and why tasks satisfy business needs.
• Ability to synthesize information from multiple sources.
• Adaptable to changing priorities and deadlines seamlessly.
• Demonstrate diplomacy, good judgment, and confidentiality.

PREFERRED SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND FUNCTIONS:
• Experience with corporate engagement and corporate donors.
• Experience in determining the need for training within country or project staff, review and refinement of awards management system.

Disclaimer

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person(s) assigned to this job. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities as needed and assigned.

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, creed, ancestry, citizenship, religion, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, political belief, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, marital status, disability or any other protected characteristic or status under applicable federal, state and local laws.

EngenderHealth complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in the United States in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Expiring: Apr 28, 2018

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