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National Project Coordinator NOC (DC)

Closing: May 24, 2024

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Published: May 13, 2024 (18 days ago)

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  • The incumbent works under the direct supervision of the Director of ILO Country Office for the United Republic of Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda in Dar es Salaam (CO-Dar es Salaam) and will be technically backstopped by the Employment Specialist based in CO-Dar es Salaam, the specialists for Skills Development and Lifelong Learning and for Sustainable Enterprises, Productivity and Just Transition in the Decent Work Technical Support Team in Pretoria. Additional technical backstopping will be provided by ILO technical experts at the Sida funded global Systems Change Initiative in the MSME Branch in ILO Headquarters. Further technical support will be provided on a need basis by other relevant departments at ILO Headquarters.

Required qualifications

Education

  • A first level university degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in economics, education, business administration, social sciences, or a related discipline.

Experience

  • Minimum of five years of relevant experience in design, monitoring and evaluation of multi-stakeholder projects focussing on entrepreneurship, public/private development partnerships, enterprise development or skills development. Experience in resource mobilization especially through engagement with private sector and government agencies at national and county levels will be a must
  • Technical requirements: good knowledge of Public and Private sector partnerships development, Enterprise development, as well as economic developments, poverty reduction, and Market Systems development.

Languages

  • Excellent knowledge of the English. Working knowledge of Kiswahili is required.

Competencies

  • Good knowledge about social and economic development, including labour and employment trends in the country.
  • Ability to maintain good working relationships with all project stakeholders.
  • Ability to establish and maintain systems within project operations.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage technical co-operation projects of international organizations.
  • Ability to understand and effectively work with Government, workers’ and employers’ organizations, non-government organizations and UN agencies.
  • Ability to conduct action-oriented research and write analytical technical report in English.
  • Ability to conduct policy discussion and high-level political processes.
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal, to successfully advocate for and mobilize action to promote freedom of association and right to collective bargaining principles.
  • Clear commitment to mainstream gender into project activities.
  • Ability to lead and work in a team and good interpersonal relations.
  • Ability to train and guide personnel.
  • Ability to work under time pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work in diversified environments.
  •  Proficient in basic computer software (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Reader) and ability to use other software packages required by the Office.
  • Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision.
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment and to demonstrate gender-sensitive and non-discriminatory behaviour and attitudes.


Responsibilities
  • The incumbent works under the direct supervision of the Director of ILO Country Office for the United Republic of Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda in Dar es Salaam (CO-Dar es Salaam) and will be technically backstopped by the Employment Specialist based in CO-Dar es Salaam, the specialists for Skills Development and Lifelong Learning and for Sustainable Enterprises, Productivity and Just Transition in the Decent Work Technical Support Team in Pretoria. Additional technical backstopping will be provided by ILO technical experts at the Sida funded global Systems Change Initiative in the MSME Branch in ILO Headquarters. Further technical support will be provided on a need basis by other relevant departments at ILO Headquarters.

Required qualifications

Education

  • A first level university degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in economics, education, business administration, social sciences, or a related discipline.

Experience

  • Minimum of five years of relevant experience in design, monitoring and evaluation of multi-stakeholder projects focussing on entrepreneurship, public/private development partnerships, enterprise development or skills development. Experience in resource mobilization especially through engagement with private sector and government agencies at national and county levels will be a must
  • Technical requirements: good knowledge of Public and Private sector partnerships development, Enterprise development, as well as economic developments, poverty reduction, and Market Systems development.

Languages

  • Excellent knowledge of the English. Working knowledge of Kiswahili is required.

Competencies

  • Good knowledge about social and economic development, including labour and employment trends in the country.
  • Ability to maintain good working relationships with all project stakeholders.
  • Ability to establish and maintain systems within project operations.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage technical co-operation projects of international organizations.
  • Ability to understand and effectively work with Government, workers’ and employers’ organizations, non-government organizations and UN agencies.
  • Ability to conduct action-oriented research and write analytical technical report in English.
  • Ability to conduct policy discussion and high-level political processes.
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal, to successfully advocate for and mobilize action to promote freedom of association and right to collective bargaining principles.
  • Clear commitment to mainstream gender into project activities.
  • Ability to lead and work in a team and good interpersonal relations.
  • Ability to train and guide personnel.
  • Ability to work under time pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work in diversified environments.
  •  Proficient in basic computer software (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Reader) and ability to use other software packages required by the Office.
  • Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision.
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment and to demonstrate gender-sensitive and non-discriminatory behaviour and attitudes.


  • Lead the project timely implementation, monitoring and evaluation through management functions, including provision of technical and administrative supervision to the project team in line with the ILO policy, rules and regulations and according to the final project document and work plan.
  • Contribute proposals for programme/project development and serve as national programme advisor to the Directorate and draft portions of programme and budget proposals, project proposals, programme background, country strategy papers, objectives and project reviews and evaluation. Monitor progress of ILO programmes, projects and activities, by reviewing, verifying and analysing work-plans, progress reports, final reports and other data for clarity, consistency and completeness. Promote the inclusion of gender equality and non-discrimination in all aspects of the project.
  • Identify problems, propose solutions and action and follow-up with relevant departments at headquarters and regional office, executing agencies, government offices, constituents and other organizations to expedite implementation and meet targets.
  • Develop effective partnerships with line ministries, country governments, employers and workers organizations, private sector, as well as other non-state actors, including youth and women organizations working to implement and evaluate ILO programme on enterprise development.
  • Build the capacity of national implementing partners and support them in the development of programme activities in enterprise development related issues. Ensure the delivery of quality technical inputs, including qualitative and quantitative research in line with ILO core conventions on fundamental rights at work.
  • Maintain close cooperation and coordination with government, employers' and workers' organizations in the planning and implementation of activities mainstreaming gender and disability issues under the project. Initiate, plan and conduct missions and visits to monitor, assess and report on project implementation and propose corrective action.
  • Establish and develop knowledge management system covering technical activities under the project, including other economic and social issues of relevance to the project.
  • Develop and maintain strong links with ILO specialists within the ILO Decent Work Team in Tanzania & Pretoria, and other colleagues in the field and HQ, on specific technical areas requiring comprehensive and collaborative interventions.
  • Periodically report, monitor and facilitate the evaluation of all project’s components according to the project’s document and work plan. Prepare required technical progress reports and ad hoc reports on the status of project planning and implementation for submission to the ILO and the donor.
  • Ensure high-level communications to increase project’s visibility at the national and international levels. This includes the responsibility to liaise with the UN country team, and other key stakeholders, to ensure effective coordination with relevant national strategies and related technical projects. Under direct guidance of Dar es Salaam maintain relations with mass media and concerned media groups in order to increase the impact of the project in society as a whole.
  • Represent the project in various fora, under the guidance of the ILO Director. Strengthen relationships to cooperate and coordinate with governments, ministries, employers' and workers' organizations, non-governmental organizations, target groups and donors, in the planning and implementation of project /programme activities.
  • Undertake local resource mobilization activities with the private sector players and governments (both national and Counties) for realization of the Public Private Development partnerships project implementation model. Coordinate resource mobilization activities and new project partnerships, including ILO with constituents.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.


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