Regional Finance Officer - East and Southern Africa

About Us:
Marie Stopes International (MSI) is a global organisation providing personalised contraception services to women and girls. Our local teams of professionals are passionate about the work they do in communities across 37 countries. The services we provide give a woman the power to choose when she has children so that she is free pursue her plans and dreams for herself and her family.
The primary responsibility of this role is to further MSI's Goal: The Prevention of Unwanted Births and its mission of ensuring the individual's right to: Children by Choice Not Chance.
The Role:
Reporting to the Regional Finance Director (East Africa), the main purpose of this role is two-fold: to build the finance capacity of MSI Country Programmes including Partner Programmes to adequately support the delivery of their work; and secondly to support the timely management reporting and analysis of Country finance reports to MSI support programmes including the International Programmes Department.
You will provide support to a number of designated countries to build capacity across a range of areas including Financial Accounting & Reporting, Business Planning, Financial Management Systems, Financial Controls, Business Processes, Financial Leadership and Risk management.
About you
You should be a fully qualified (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) accountant. Educated to degree level or equivalent, with experience of multi-currency accounting and reporting, as well as building finance capacity. You'll be competent with Excel and have familiarity with Sun Accounting or Vision Reporting Tools (or similar). You need to be someone who enjoys working with, and training, people from many different cultures.
There is a considerable amount of traveling in this role as you will be supporting several different countries.
In return, we offer the opportunity to develop your career and have a direct impact on the lives of millions or women.
For more information about the role, please view the job framework on our website.
In addition, you will be pro-choice on children by choice & not chance
Location: We will consider any East or Southern African country where MSI operates. London could also be an option for the right candidate.
Closing date: Sunday 5th March 2017 (midnight GMT). Interviews will take place after this date (for shortlisted candidates).
Salary: Depending on location. This is will be a local contract in the local currency.


Policy Lead Tax and the International Financial Architecture

About Us
The Tax Justice Network - Africa (TJN-A) is a Pan African research and advocacy organisation that aims to promote socially just, accountable and progressive taxation systems in Africa. We advocates for pro-poor taxation systems and the strengthening of tax regimes to promote domestic resource mobilisation. TJN-A aims to challenge harmful tax policies and practices that favour the wealthy and those that aggravate and perpetuate inequality. We are also a member of the Global Alliance on Tax Justice
As an organisation we seek to mainstream tax justice in the economic policy and development discourse in Africa. TJN-A provides a platform dedicated to enabling African researchers, campaigners and policy makers to cooperate in the struggle against illicit capital flight, tax evasion, tax competition and other harmful trends in tax policy and practice.
It is widely accepted that the current international financial Architecture of global rules that determine the flow of capital between nations is flawed and not fit for purpose. The current weak global regulation encourages aggressive tax evasion and tax avoidance especially by Multinational corporations operating in Africa and wealthy elites and responsible for illicit outflow of resources from Africa amounting to over USD 50billion a year according the report by the high level Panel on Illicit flows from Africa..
International effort to reform the tax rules are yet to yield any tangible results. It is against this backdrop that there is an increased demand for a new more democratically representative global tax governance structure.
Our goal as TJN-A is to contribute to achieving an Inclusive and transparent global regulatory financial framework with a governance structure that curbs Illicit Financial Flows. We do this using the High Level Panel report as our launching pad and pushing for the implementation of its recommendations. Additionally, we push for the formulation and articulation of African positions and the use of African models.
The role of the Policy Lead on Tax and the International Financial Architecture is to challenge existing malpractices through analysis, research, and policy advocacy. This role works in collaboration with TJN-A’s other Policy Leads on Extractives, Inequality, and Investments. The role also contributes to our campaign against Illicit Financial Flows and supports our outreach programmes. This is role is an important contributor to TJN-A’s global advocacy and policy influence agenda that is embedded within our Strategic Plan 2016-2020.
Policy Analysis & Research
  • In liaison with the Deputy Executive Director, lead in the understanding of international tax issues and inform TJN-A’s view on international tax policy matters ensuring an ability to share and publicise these views with key stakeholders, governments, the media and other organisations at meetings and conferences;
  • Ensure a high level of understanding and expertise in international tax issues, and themes within TJN-A;
  • Produce analytical and research outputs that: (i) inform TJN-A positions on international tax issues; (ii) direct advocacy campaigns; (iii) inform policy at national and global policy; and (iv) influence decision makers.
  • Conduct tax justice policy research;
  • Contribute to TJN-A publications (including the bi-annual issues paper, TJN-A newsletters, blogs, news articles and policy briefs;
  • Contribute to relevant international tax policy debates and discussions ensuring TJN-A has increasing policy influence;
  • Manage external consultants and also directly deliver delegated policy and research projects on TJN-A themes as identified in the annual work plan;
Developing and maintaining relationships with partners
  • Identify, establish and maintain relationships with key international institutions and platforms that are critical to TJN-A delivering its objectives and programmes within its tax and international financial architecture themes
  • Represent TJN-A at relevant networks, workshops, seminars and policy events relevant to international tax themes
  • Develop ideas and projects for formal collaboration with targeted partners and TJN-A members around international tax themes
  • Build and maintain strategic and cooperative relationships with key CSO leaders, partners and networks and engage these individuals and organizations on a regular basis to gather their feedback and input to the planning, implementation and tracking of results.
  • Provide technical support and oversight in the design and delivery of key activities to support the identification of strategic spaces for TJN-A engagement and develop a plan of action to support these engagements in close consultation with the Deputy Executive Director and other thematic programme leads.
Programme Planning, Coordination and Reporting
  • Design and develop tax and international financial architecture thematic pillar work plans to ensure delivery of all delegated advocacy and research work in the international tax themes within the required timeframe;
  • Contribute to the organization of TJNA’s international, regional and national events, and global movement and constituency building work;
  • Manage contracts with consultants and other service supplier’s within the programme;
  • Work with the finance staff to ensure financial information is up to date, variances are identified and recommendations for action made;
  • Coordinate overall thematic related programmes to ensure key performance indicators are met and programme impact is in line with TJN-A strategy; Produce regular programme reports as per the work plan;
Key Accountability Areas
  • Policy Analysis and Research
  • Programme planning coordination and reporting
  • Developing and Maintaining Relationships with Partners
Professional Qualifications
  • A degree in a relevant discipline preferably in Economics, Development Studies or Development Finance
  • A post graduate degree is essential.
  • In-depth knowledge of key African development and governance concepts, processes and institutions, especially in relation to: Development Finance, Tax & Development and Tax Justice.
Required Competencies & Experience
  • 5 years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Ability to communicate and work in English. French would be an added advantage.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task.
  • Demonstrate a successful track record with regular tracking of expenses against budget.
  • Commitment to TJN-A mission.

Interested candidates who meet the requirements above are requested to submit their detailed CVs alongside a letter of motivation to the following email address recruit@taxjusticeafrica.net by 31st March 2017. The subject line of the email should be Policy Lead Tax and the International Financial Architecture.

Programme Assistant Fair Tax Monitor

About Us
Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) is a pan African network established in 2007 with 29 member organisations in 16 African countries. The vision of the network is a new Africa where tax justice prevails to contribute to an equitable, inclusive and sustainable development. The mission of the Network is to spearhead tax justice in Africa’s development by enabling citizens and institutions to promote equitable tax systems through policy influencing. The coordination of Network activities is delivered by a secretariat based in Nairobi, Kenya. Established in 2009, the TJN-A secretariat has grown steadily for the past 7 years. By 2016, TJN-A has a budget of over 2 million dollars and 18 staff members.
Objective of the position
Tax revenues in developing countries fall short of what realistically could be obtained when analysing their actual potential and capacity, both in terms of efficiency and progressiveness. As a result, inequality increases and as public goods are not sufficiently funded, the most fundamental human rights such as the right to food, health or education cannot be guaranteed.
Building on our existing work to promote tax justice and promote fair tax systems in developing countries, TJN-A in partnership with Oxfam developed a tool (currently called the Fair tax Monitor (FTM)) that will enable comparisons over time and between countries regarding the fairness of tax systems. The further development and refinement of the tool is an ongoing process. The tool can be used in advocacy initiatives to influence governments on their tax policies and practices as well as for educational purposes.
The Programme Assistant will coordinate the further development and refining of the tool, organising the work and play an important role in the further development and refinement of the methodology. The Programme Assistant will be supervised by the Policy-Lead Tax and Inequality. The tool will be further developed and refined in close cooperation with partner organisations based in Uganda, Mali, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and Bangladesh.
About the role:
· Contribute to the further development and refinement of a tool that can serve as an instrument for evidence based advocacy;
· Coordinate the involvement of partner organisations in the further development and refinement of this tool;
· Assist to further streamline and refine the methodology for data gathering and include gender analysis;
· Assist with the analysis of research of partner organisations on tax policies and practices, give feedback and draw policy conclusions;
· Assist the analysis of statistical data about the tax systems of developing countries;
· Coordinate fair tax studies in selected developing countries;
· Coordinate the fair tax work, meetings, Skype calls and other relevant fair tax work activities;
· Produce meeting/workshop minutes;
· Manage contacts with relevant external experts on tax policy;
· Assist the development of intermediate products showcasing progress on the tool and other advocacy initiatives.
· Undertake Policy team administrative roles as they arise
About You:
The successful candidate will have:
· Have a relevant university degree, preferably in economics or public finance management;
· Have 1-2 years of work experience in the field of tax, economic policy or development finance;
· Have demonstrated analytical skills, including quantitative data analysis;
· Have knowledge of tax policy;
· Have strong communication and networking skills;
· Are Fluent in English and have working knowledge of French;
· Working experience in a developing country is an asset. KǶTe)

To apply, kindly send an email with an application letter stating how you qualify for the position and your CV to the following address info@taxjusticeafrica.net. Please include two professional referees and expected remuneration by 27th February 2017. The subject line of the email should be ProgrammeAssistant Fair Tax Monitor

Statistics and Monitoring Specialist , Geneva - Switzerland

Statistics and Monitoring Specialist (P-3), #52561, Geneva - Switzerland, CEE/CIS RO

If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for every child, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world. Learn more about UNICEF's work - Watch this video!
For every child, Purpose...Under the supervision of the Regional Advisor - Monitoring and Evaluation (P-5), the incumbent of this post will provide and mobilize technical assistance for country offices and government counterparts for the planning, managing and implementation of the regional evidence strategy. The incumbent is expected to lead the planning, analysis, reporting, and use of Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), other child relevant surveys and data sources and management/monitoring tools, to profile child deprivations for actions. The incumbent will also support further analysis and dissemination of MICS, censuses, administrative data collection systems and other child-related data in the region to enhance evidence based programme and policy actions to close child deprivation gaps in CEE/CIS and; contribute to global learning and sharing on Data for Children and the monitoring, reporting and accountability on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to the rights of children.The post combines high level technical expertise, sound statistical (or demographic) knowledge with partnering, systems and capacity building skills towards disaggregated data about children that feeds in systematically into equity analysis, advocacy, programming and policy making in the region towards the realization of the rights of most disadvantaged children in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Hence agility, persuasive and partnering attitudes are critical in interpreting guidelines, adaptation of data collection/analytical tools, methodologies and messaging of the regions Data for Children approach; driving results for most deprived populations.How can you make a difference?1. Provide technical support and mobilize technical as well as external assistance to UNICEF Offices and their partners for planning, designing and implementing the regional evidence Strategy for Children, maintaining the pre-qualified consultants roster for data expertise, supervising MICS staff and consultants in the planning, conduct, quality assurance, reporting and use of MICS and/ other child relevant surveys. This will enable:
  • UNICEF Offices and national partners to have useful, valid and reliable information on the situation of children and women and on the progress in realizing their rights and the reduction of equity gaps within the country;
  • the development of national capacities for child rights monitoring, evaluation and research, with special attention to the interest, concern and participation of government, community, and civil society stakeholders.
  • 2. Partner with the Statistics Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and statistical staff in UN Regional offices for ECA as well as other statistical institutions and data collection agencies (EuroStat, OECD, CIS Stat and other regional agencies) to strengthen data mining, analysis, research and statistical capacity of UNICEF staff, government statistical offices and officials to effectively manage and implement MICS, population based data collection activities, censuses and other child-related surveys, and towards stronger sectoral administrative data systems in pursuit of data driving results for children.3. Advocate with country offices and key partners in the use of appropriate monitoring tools to assess progress towards sustainable development and other human rights goals for children (e.g. SDGs, CRC, UNICEF Strategic Plan, the Declaration of the World Fit for Children, Sustainable Development Goals – SDGs, etc.) and contribute to global learning, reporting and sharing on Data for Children related to the, monitoring and reporting on SDG indicators.4. Support the design and implementation of regional studies, further analysis of MICS and other relevant sources of data to provide a regional perspective on progress towards the goals for children; strengthen the evidence base for equity-focused actions.5. Partner with National Statistical Offices (NSOs), sectoral agencies and UNICEF offices; and lead development of nationally-led child deprivation profiles and trend analysis with stakeholders in support of actions to close child deprivation gaps in ECA (the staff member will take principle responsibility for TransMonEE related work).
    6. Foster innovation, knowledge management and capacity buildingWork with Regional Office sections, supporting them in the development of regional indicators and in their monitoring efforts.7. Advise country offices on indicators, data strategies, and data gathering strategies - reviewing and monitoring data related activities (recorded in PRIME) throughout the year.8. Coordinate with research and evaluation staff in the unit - as well as with the Knowledge Management Specialist and Communications team to ensure that data from MICS and other data work is made available internally and externally (RO websites, SDG databases, other knowledge sharing platforms) by regional/country offices, accessible to public and policy makers to tackle social inequities.9. Work with headquarters, countries and partners to mobilize and leverage resources for regional/country child data related efforts; including the implementation of the global UNICEF data for children strategy as it relates to Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
    To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…- An advanced university degree (Master's) in demography or statisticsis required. An advanced university degree in another related discipline could also be considered, provided that the undergraduate degree is in demography or statistics.- A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience, in statistics, data collection, data analysis, monitoring and/or evaluation is required.- Prior hands-on experience with national statistical systems in data analysis, using both household surveys and administrative data sources is desirable.- Relevant experience within the UN System or other international development organization isan asset.- Prior hands-on working experience in the CEE/CIS region is an asset.- Fluency in English (written & verbal) is required. Working knowledge of Russian is considered an asset. Knowledge of other major languages spoken in the CEE/CIS region is desirable.
    For every Child, you demonstrate…Our core values of Commitment, Diversity & Inclusion, and Integrity as well as the following core and functional competencies:
  • Has highest-level communication skills, including engaging and informative formal public speaking (Communication – Level 2).
  • Creates and encourages a climate of team-working and collaboration in a multi-cultural environment (Working with People – Level 2).
  • Consistently achieves high-level results, managing and delivering projects on-time and on-budget (Drive for Results – Level 2).
  • Analyzes and integrates diverse and complex quantitative and qualitative data from a wide range of sources (Analyzing – Level 2).
  • Sets clearly defined objectives and plans activities for self, own team or department (Planning & Organizing - Level 2).
  • Sets, develops and revises organizational strategy and develops clear visions of the organization's future potential (Formulating Strategies and Concepts – Level 2).
  • Demonstrates and shares detailed technical knowledge and expertise (Applying Technical Expertise - Level 3).
  • Has high-level leadership and supervisory skills; provides others with a clear direction; motivates and empowers others; recruits staff of a high caliber; provides staff with development opportunities and coaching (Leading & Supervising – Level 2).
  • To view our competency framework, please click here.
    This position is classified as "rotational," which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of their tour of duty.UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=503035

    Expert en Coopération Technique (ECT) Infrastructures

    Dans le cadre du développement de ses activités en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), son plus gros programme de coopération en termes de budget et d’effectif, la CTB recherche un(e):
    Expert en Coopération Technique (ECT)
    Infrastructures (H/F) – RD du CONGO
    Réf. : RDC/16/204-2
    Lieu d’affectation: Kinshasa, avec des déplacements dans les provinces.
    Lieu de travail: Bureau de la représentation de la CTB en RDC
    Durée du contrat: 36 mois
    Date probable d’entrée en fonction : Q2 2017
    Package salarial mensuel: (cat. B476) entre 6.620,90 euros et 9.847,77 euros (en ce compris le salaire brut mensuel et les avantages liés au statut d’expatrié : primes d’éloignement et de pénibilité). Le salaire est calculé en fonction de la composition de ménage et de l’expérience professionnelle pertinente.
    La RDC est le premier pays partenaire de la Coopération belge. La superficie de ce pays « continent » défini de nombreux contextes différents pour la mise en œuvre des projets et programmes de développement. De cette situation et du fait du volume des interventions réalisées par la CTB il y a toujours eu une nécessité d’assurer de la cohérence dans la mise en œuvre des interventions.
    La nécessité d’assurer cette cohérence sur un plan géographique est maintenant garantie par la mise en place des Programmes Provinciaux auxquels sont rattachés la plupart des projets/programmes et par les fonctions des Coordinateurs Provinciaux. Les ATI travaillant au sein de ces interventions sont donc placés sous la responsabilité hiérarchique des coordinateurs provinciaux.
    Sur le plan sectoriel, la cohérence et la coordination des interventions a été assurée par les Unités Conjointes d’Appui à la Gestion (UCAG) qui se sont terminées en 2016.
    Le besoin d’assurer au niveau de la Représentation de la CTB en RDC la coordination sectorielle des interventions, d’appuyer les programmes mais également d’assurer l’interface entre les acteurs de chaque secteur d’intervention a été identifié et doit être pris en charge par un expert sectoriel en coopération technique.
    Les TDR ci-après décrivent les objectifs et les résultats attendus d’un tel expert dans le secteur Génie Rural et Infrastructures.
    Cadre réglementaire
    Les prestations de l’Expert en Coopération Technique Infrastructures se feront selon les principes, accords et tâches stipulés dans les documents officiels suivants :
    • Législation fédérale belge sur la coopération au développement ;
    • La convention générale de coopération entre la Belgique et le RDC ;
    • Le contrat de gestion entre l’Etat belge et la CTB ;
    • Les programmes de coopération approuvé par les deux pays ;
    • La convention de mise en œuvre entre la DGD et la CTB sur les experts sectoriels ;
    • Les notes stratégiques sectorielles pertinentes de la coopération belge ;
    • La politique et les stratégies sectorielles nationales et les rapports de suivi ;
    • Les notes définissant les principes de fonctionnement des Programmes Provinciaux de la CTB en RDC.
    La fonction
    Sous l’autorité hiérarchique du Représentant Résident, en lien fonctionnel avec les cellules EST Infrastructures au siège, et en étroite collaboration avec les coordinateurs provinciaux de la CTB en RDC, l’ECT a pour objectif de renforcer la cohérence des activités de la CTB dans le secteur des Infrastructures en RDC.
    L’ECT sera la courroie de transmission entre les évolutions sectorielles du niveau central et le fonctionnement des programmes CTB en périphérie.
    L’ECT apporte un appui technique organisationnel pour une meilleure qualité et durabilité des travaux mis en œuvre par la coopération technique belge dans le secteur des infrastructures en RDC (routes en terre, voies fluviales et constructions, essentiellement). L’expert(e) appuiera aussi la direction des infrastructures du ministère du Développement rural par rapport aux enjeux et aux acquis récents des projets et programmes de la Coopération Technique Belge en RD Congo. Elle/Il participera aux instances de réflexion, de concertation, de planification ou de pilotage du secteur au niveau national.
    Son expertise servira autant à la passation de marchés publics dans les dossiers délicats ou marchés d’envergure.
    Les résultats attendus de l’ECT Infrastructures sont:
    • Les capacités de pilotage du secteur par les institutions centrales sont renforcées.
    • La participation au dialogue sectoriel, au pilotage du secteur, à la définition de politiques et à la planification du secteur est assurée.
    • Les interventions en matière de Génie rural et d’Infrastructures sont supervisées et répondent efficacement aux enjeux économiques et sociaux ; elles contribuent à améliorer les conditions de vie des populations rurales.
    • Les synergies entre acteurs du secteur (institutions, société civile, PTF, privé…) sont renforcées.
    • Les assistants techniques sectoriels de la CTB en RDC sont renforcés dans leurs compétences, leur lien hiérarchique restant auprès du Coordinateur Provincial.
    • Les stratégies de programmes de la CTB sont en cohérence, ainsi que les approches méthodologiques.
    • La qualité des interventions dans le secteur (conformité au cadre CTB, pertinence des approches, atteinte des résultats…) est contrôlée et des mesures correctives sont prises en cas d’insuffisance. Idem pour la qualité du reporting et des outils de communication.
    • Les bonnes pratiques et expériences réussies sont capitalisées
    • Le programme Infrastructures travaille en synergie avec les autres secteurs, au niveau central comme au niveau provincial, ainsi qu’avec les autres bailleurs
    • La communication entre la RDC et EST siège au niveau sectoriel est fluide, la collaboration fructueuse.
    • Le suivi et rapportage du secteur au niveau national est réalisé et diffusé.
      Domaine de résultat 1 : Expertise technique et renforcement des capacités
    • Accompagner les programmes provinciaux dans l’opérationnalisation des Commissions provinciales routières (CPR).
    • Appuyer le MINIDER dans sa coordination avec le ministère des Travaux Public et le ministère des Transports.
    • Appuyer le MINIDER, la DVDA et l’Office des Routes dans la capitalisation des leçons apprises pour l’entretien des bacs et l’appui à une meilleur gestion du centre d’entretien au niveau national.
    • Appuyer le MINIDER dans son suivi de la mobilisation de fonds par le FONER pour la réhabilitation et l’entretien des pistes, ainsi que dans l’orientation d’un financement de l’entretien par des structures comme les CLER.
    • Appuyer la DIAR, direction du MINIDER dédiée aux infrastructures, dans l’opérationnalisation des DIAR en province, territoire, secteur dans les zones de concentration des programmes PIC.
    • Capitaliser les bonnes pratiques dans l’utilisation des Infrastructure rurales, particulièrement de celles liées aux transports (barrières de pluies, charge à l’essieu…), et les partager avec les coordinations provinciales
    • Contribuer au développement de normes de qualité pour les Infrastructures.
    • Renforcer les capacités des personnels techniques des projets/programmes, et du ministère, tout en respectant le cadre RH de la CTB en RDC
    • Introduire et promouvoir des innovations, tant dans la gouvernance du secteur qu’en matière technique.
    • Diffuser auprès des équipes sectorielles et des partenaires les informations pertinentes et les bonnes pratiques.
    • Etre le référent technique pour les Assistants Techniques Internationaux et Nationaux du secteur ;
    • Constituer et animer des groupes thématiques d’expertise.
    • Piloter la capitalisation des interventions de la CTB dans le secteur.
    • Fournir à la RR et à l’ambassade un appui-conseil sur les questions relatives au secteur, en étroite collaboration avec les coordinations provinciales
      Domaine de résultat 2 : Support aux programmes
    • Faire le suivi technique des projets sectoriels et participer au processus d’assurance qualité pour garantir la réalisation optimale des interventions en matière d’Infrastructures.
    • Veiller à la cohérence des activités des programmes, en appui aux coordinateurs : provoquer des réunions de relais entre les programmes afin de stimuler l’échange d’information, créer un forum d’apprentissage et d’échange, harmoniser les stratégies et les méthodologies…
    • Encourager la dynamique d’équipe des programmes pour l’analyse, l’étude des questions sectorielles et transversales, la concertation et le partage d’expériences.
    • Apporter un appui technique aux formulations, EMP et EF qui se déroulent dans le secteur d’intervention.
    • Assurer la qualité des plannings et le suivi de l’état d’avancement des programmes (reporting )
    • Apporter un appui à la préparation des SMCL et y participer.
    • Contribuer à la mutualisation des ressources humaines et techniques des projets en matière d’Infrastructures, dans le respect du cadre RH existant
      Domaine de résultat 3 : Rôle d’interface
    • Jouer le rôle d’interface avec tous les interlocuteurs du secteur au niveau central (institutions publiques, PTF, secteur privé, société civile, ambassade…), et les programmes de la CTB
    • Participer aux instances de concertation et groupes thématiques sectoriels centraux.
    • Assumer le rôle de référent CTB en matière d’Infrastructures.
    • Assurer le lien intersectoriel et le dialogue avec les autres secteurs au sein de la CTB, y compris sur les thématiques transversales.
    • Participer aux réflexions sectorielles au sein de l’équipe EST et assurer une bonne remontée d’information de la RDC vers le siège en général sur les questions sectorielles.
    • Assurer une bonne cohérence/synergie des interventions en matière d’Infrastructures avec les interventions dans les autres secteurs.
    • Encourager les synergies multi bailleurs
      Le profil
    • Master Ingénieur ou Master relevant.
      Expérience professionnelle:
    • Expérience de minimum 10 ans dans le domaine des infrastructures rurales, dont une partie dans les pays en développement, de préférence en Afrique sub-saharienne ;
    • Expérience confirmée dans l’appui institutionnel ;
    • Expérience de systèmes d'entretien des infrastructures, et des mécanismes de financement pour l’entretien des infrastructures est un atout ;
    • Expérience du contexte de la RDC est un atout ;
    • Expertise infrastructure éprouvée, notamment dans le suivi et le contrôle de la réhabilitation de pistes/routes, et la construction d’infrastructures sociales (notamment écoles, centres de formation, hôpitaux, centres de santé);
    • Connaissance solide de la Coopération bi- et/ou multilatérale, bonne connaissance de la Coopération européenne et des procédures en matière de suivi et d’exécution des Programmes.
    • Bonne capacité d’analyse, de synthèse et de capitalisation ;
    • Grande capacité organisationnelle, méthode, planification, respect des délais ;
    • Capacité de négociation et de recherche de solutions ;
    • Sens des responsabilités et capacités à prendre des décisions ;
    • Diplomatie ;
    • Esprit d'équipe et aptitudes à la communication vis-à-vis de collègues et interlocuteurs de nationalités, de conditions, et de niveaux sociaux différents ;
    • Bonnes compétences en encadrement, évaluation et développement de collaborateurs, ainsi qu’en gestion de conflits ;
    • Bonne gestion du stress, et capacité à respecter les règles de sécurité de la CTB.
      Compétences linguistiques:
    • Excellente connaissance orale et écrite du français et bonne connaissance de l’anglais
    • La connaissance du néerlandais est un atout.


    Postulez au plus tard le 15/03/2017 via notre site web: https://www.btcctb.org/fr/content/jobs. Pour toute question supplémentaire, contactez-nous au +32 (0)2 505 18 65.
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