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Commercial Cluster Manager

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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The commercial manager is a key position responsible to oversee the commercial business (technical marketing and technical support to sales team) that provide an innovative, efficient Marketing and Technical service to promote Fertilizer and other agricultural input sales in the Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda)

Commercial Managers required for the following areas:

  1. Zimbabwe/Mozambique
  2. Kenya
  3. Tanzania

Key Job Responsabilities

  1. Deliver superior customer and technical service;
  2. Apply a differentiated marketing strategy to meet customer needs;
  3. Provides Agronomic services to customers and potential customers;
  4. Provide technical support and training to Sales Teams;
  5. Training programs for sales staff (basic agronomy, plant nutrition and fertilizer applications)– create a groundswell which will show dividends in a short time frame;
  6. Oversee all demonstrations (establish where they are being done, the reason for the demo, define what is being measured and how it is being measured);
  7. Develop relationships with decision makers of commercial estates (tea, tobacco, sugar, macadamia, cashew, timber industries) in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi and target that business with differentiated, crop specific and soil specific fertilisation programmes supported by regional blender capabilities;
  8. Develop relationships with NGO decision makers – encourage utilization of differentiated fertilizers (which we have) to enhance production.

 

  • Minimum a B.Sc degree in Horticulture / Agronomy / Soil Science / Plant Production from a reputable university or 5 years as a technical sales person with a reputable fertilizer company;
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in an Agricultural sales environment;
  • Computer literacy;
  • Experience in cross-border business transactions;
  • Salary negotiable.

Trading Manager (Meat Markets)

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Our client requires the service of a Trading Manager to take accountability for all the Meat Markets in Region of responsibility.

Key performance areas:

  • To control and monitor the quality of all activities and produce in Meat Markets
  • To manage all stock in the Region
  • o monitor the hygiene & safety processes of the Region
  • To perform people management functions for the Region
  • To drive and manage all promotional activities in the Region
  • To report on all sales activities of and complete administrative duties for the Region

The successful candidate must have:

  • Matric or equivalent qualification
  • Minimum 2 years management experience within the Meat industry inclusive of butchery operations
  • Minimum 2 years meat cutting experience
  • Knowledge of meat cuts/ products
  • Must have IR Knowledge
  • Must have FMCG principles knowledge
  • Knowledge of meat market operations & hygiene and safety standards
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English & Portuguese
  • Excellent computer literacy
  • Must have excellent numerical/financial skills

Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

To be discussed at interview stage.

Key Account Manager/Retail Territory Manager

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Role synopsis

Reporting to the Business to Business Manager, the Key Account /RTM Manager will be responsible to call on both Retail and C&I business partners and customers to ensure superior execution of fuel retailing offers ensuring business profitability and adherence to the highest standards of HSSE and operating standards.
Spend 80% of the time interacting with business partners/ customers and provide expert knowledge and support to ensure operational excellence and standard application of retailing standards.
Monitor key performance indicators and performance trends and determine appropriate actions to address any issues to optimise business performance.
To execute all programmes that are developed by other functions to ensure BP achieves / maintains its leadership position in the market.
Ensure the service provided to our customers and business partners are best in class within the industry to maintain the market leadership positions.

Key accountabilities

  • Ensure that legal and ethical standards are understood and complied with by our business partners;
  • Establish a culture of Operational Excellence throughout the market to ensure full implementation of the company policy and procedures to achieve consistent Customer Offer execution and the highest HSSE standards;
  • Manage the admin and credit function within the sales portfolio;
  • Effectively manage a diverse administration workload timeously;
  • Achieve sustainable growth through market analysis and customer insights;
  • Execute performance deliverables such as stock control, cash flow optimisation, credit control and value enhancement through rental and added value income;
  • Ensure that all contractual obligations are met by applicable parties, to renew contracts timeously;
  • Ensure compliance with company policy and effect consequences for non-compliance;
  • Continually identify opportunities for growing the business and improving customer service by use of industry information and knowledge;
  • Support dealers in customer service and HSSE compliance by creating awareness and communicate training requirements to appropriate persons;
  • Compile the annual business plan for each site in conjunction with the dealers, co-manage the plan;
  • Measure performance and understand application of controls by support team;
  • Identify capabilities requirements and address through the appropriate structures;
  • Keep site files up to date and ensure that competition information is collected and reported;
  • Build networks. The role will look after lubes business until Lubes PU decide on the future;
  • Provides leadership, vision and direction for all dealer operations in the area.

Essential Education

  • Matric. A post matric qualification will be an advantage.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • 3 – 5 years business operations experience. Demonstrated ability to operate independently.

Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)

Portuguese and English language

About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 100,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

BP Southern Africa (BPSA) is part of the global BP group. The major markets of BPSA are in South Africa and Mozambique.

BPSA has 5 main businesses operating in Southern Africa:

  • The Southern Africa Fuels Value Chain (SA FVC), which is responsible for the refining, marketing, wholesaling and supply of liquid fuels;
  • Air BP, which supplies quality jet fuels to the aviation community;
  • BP Marine, a leading supplier of fuels, lubricants and technical services to the marine industry;
  • LPG, which supplies safe and reliable liquefied petroleum gas;
  • BP Lubricants, which markets and supplies high quality, high value lubricants, the most famous being the Castrol brand.

BPSA is a dynamic company that aims to attract and develop talent of high caliber. A career with BP is rewarding and challenging, and opportunities for further growth and development are abundant.

IT Enterprise Oracle DBA

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose:

  • Administer, Maintain, develop and implement policies and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of the company’s Oracles databases
  • Suggest and define changes to relevant policies and procedures to enforce operational and business efficiencies.

Key accountabilities and decision ownership:

  • Interact with supervisors, staff and any clients in a friendly and courteous manner
  • Keeping up to date with all changes in applicable Processes and procedures
  • Interface with Oracle Corporation for technical support;
  • Establish and maintain sound backup and recovery policies and procedures
  • Take care of the Database design and implementation;
  • Database patching:
  • Database patching is up to date per quarterly patch release from Oracle;
  • Database production and standby up to date and current at any given time;
  • Database Standby configuration and monitoring;
  • Implement and maintain database security;
  • Perform database tuning and performance monitoring;
  • Perform general technical trouble shooting and give consultation to development teams;
  • Operational documentation and standards;
  • Deployment documentation;
  • RCA documentation;
  • Follow up on the security and Governance controls;
  • Back-ups up to date and current at any given time;
  • All company information kept confidential at all times.  Zero tolerance for breach of confidentiality.

Key performance indicators:

  • System stability and service availability on all enterprise servers under the candidate’s responsibility (At least 99.9% uptime;
  • Performance and capacity management in a quarterly basis;
  • IT Governance Standards and Security based on company policies;
  • Projects and implementations deliverables based on business needs.
  • Quality support based on SLAs;

Must have technical / professional qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in telecommunications software support;
  • Oracle Certification and certificates of BENEFIT;
  • IT Degree or Diploma

Core competencies, knowledge and experience:

  • Experience with design, installation, configuration, testing, migration and implementation of Oracle Products;
  • Knowledge of oracle Databases on EXADATA/Clustering;
  • Knowledge in PL/SQL, SQL, ORACLE application debugging, troubleshooting;
  • Knowledge in writing SQL and Unix /Linux;
  • Strong Problem solving skills and accurate forecasting of effort required and closing timeframe;
  • The candidate must provide need to demonstrate experience with Unix /Linux;
  • The Candidate must have basic concepts of Active Directory;
  • The candidate must have basic concept of Networking;
  • The Candidate must have knowledge of data warehousing environments;
  • The candidate must be able to speak clearly and articulately in Portuguese and English;
  • The candidate must have good communication skills both written and verbal in Portuguese and English;
  • Business analysis principles and techniques;
  • Ability to network on all levels in the organization;
  • Inter-relationship skills;
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task;
  • Work under pressure.

Marketing & Convenience Manager

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Role synopsis

Reporting to the Lead Retail, the Marketing & Convenience Manager is responsible for developing & maintaining marketing and convenience strategies to meeting the organisational objectives.This includes:

  • Creating a competitive advantage for BP in selected markets through distinctive positioning;
  • Optimising brand strength to gain long term above market average demand for BP product and services;
  • Providing general inputs into the overall business strategy development processes.

Key accountabilities

  • Lead activities that develop the Marketing strategy (and associated implementation plans), focusing on the brand, offers and business development opportunities;
  • Develop strategic partnerships with suppliers and agencies to ensure optimum working efficiencies in all marketing and convenience programmes;
  • Develop key performance areas and ensure that the entire marketing unit performs well against these.
  • Manage Capex and Revex and monitor performance against approved plans;
  • Lead, motivate and coach the team by creating an enabling work environment that promotes and recognises individual and team efforts;
  • Assist the business to develop and implement strategies and marketing tactics to ensure that products and brands are positioned to capture/ maintain market leadership positions through stronger brand identity and awareness in the markets;
  • Drive the implementation of strategy and programmes including marketing, capabilities, people development, etc.

Essential Education

A tertiary education with an appropriate formal marketing qualification.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • 2-3 years of strategic and Marketing Management experience where 5 years should have been spent at a senior management level with the demonstrable track record;
  • Excellent creative, written and verbal communication skills;
  • Organisation and Planning skills;
  • Team leadership in a professional environment and networker;
  • Excellent problem solving, decision making and judgement skills;
  • Ability to work in a pressurised environment.

Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)

Fluency in Portuguese
Knowledge of English would be an advantage

About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 100,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

BP Southern Africa (BPSA) is part of the global BP group. The major markets of BPSA are in South Africa and Mozambique.

BPSA has 5 main businesses operating in Southern Africa:

  • The Southern Africa Fuels Value Chain (SA FVC), which is responsible for the refining, marketing, wholesaling and supply of liquid fuels;
  • Air BP, which supplies quality jet fuels to the aviation community;
  • BP Marine, a leading supplier of fuels, lubricants and technical services to the marine industry;
  • LPG, which supplies safe and reliable liquefied petroleum gas;
  • BP Lubricants, which markets and supplies high quality, high value lubricants, the most famous being the Castrol brand.

BPSA is a dynamic company that aims to attract and develop talent of high caliber. A career with BP is rewarding and challenging, and opportunities for further growth and development are abundant.

IT Enterprise Systems

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose:

  • Administer, Maintain and implement policies and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of the company’s Enterprise Systems portfolio;
  • Suggest and define changes to relevant policies and procedures to enforce operational and business efficiencies

Key accountabilities and decision ownership:

  • Support all Enterprise Server environments deployed at Vodacom;
  • Design, implement and manage IT Enterprise solutions for Vodacom;
  • Proactive Patch Management and Operating System updates;
  • Plan, execute and manage projects assigned;
  • Perform daily checklists to verify health of systems;
  • Ensure system faults are logged with suppliers, followed up and escalated if needed in accordance with Service Level Agreements (SLAs);
  • Ensure that proactive capacity management is performed and that timely actions are carried to address potential capacity constraints;
  • Ensure that systems are upgraded and adapted timely based on business requirements
  • Respond to Customer Service Request tickets logged by customers who request assistance within agreed timeframes;
  • Submit periodic reports to line manager which include: system availability, progress feedback on tasks, incidents observed, statistical data highlighting patterns and trends in system utilization;
  • Submit suggestions forward to management to help optimize the systems under job holder’s portfolio.

Key performance indicators:

  • System stability and service availability on all enterprise servers under the candidate’s responsibility (At least 99.9% uptime;
  • Performance and capacity management in a quarterly basis;
  • IT Governance Standards and Security based on company policies;
  • Projects and implementations deliverables based on business needs;
  • Quality support based on SLAs.

Must have technical / professional qualifications:

  • Degree in Computer Science or similar or Diploma in IT / Telecommunications;
  • Microsoft Certification (MCSE) qualification;
  • SAN Training;
  • The candidate must provide proof that demonstrates at least 3 years working experience with Storage Area Networking;
  • The candidate must provide proof that demonstrates at least 3 years working experience with Blade/Rack Server architectures.

Core competencies, knowledge and experience:

  • The candidate must provide need to demonstrate experience with Windows 7 and Windows 2008;
  • The Candidate must have basic concepts of Active Directory;
  • The candidate must have basic concept of Networking;
  • The Candidate must have knowledge of data warehousing environments;
  • The candidate must be able to speak clearly and articulately in Portuguese and English;
  • The candidate must have good communication skills both written and verbal in Portuguese and English;
  • The Candidate must exceptional knowledge of Blade Server environments and Storage Area Networking (SAN);
  • The Candidate must exceptional knowledge Virtualized systems such as VMWARE;
  • The Candidate must have exceptional knowledge of the Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/2012/2016, Exchange 2013, Mail Marshall, Web Marshall;
  • The Candidate must have basic overview of cloud environments;
  • The Candidate must have basic concepts of telecommunication and GSM Systems.

Technology Security Officer

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose:

The Technology Security Officer (TSO) will be responsible to drive the Cyber Security vision, strategy and program for Vodacom.

Key accountabilities and decision ownership:

  • Drive technology security related projects;
  • Develop and maintain internal policies, procedures and standards;
  • Coordinate and supervise any technology security incident response;
  • Coordinate security awareness campaigns within the company;
  • Drive the GDPR deliverables assigned to the technology functions.

 Key performance indicators:

  • Zero cyber security breaches/incidents;
  • GDPR maturity level;
  • Group security baselines projects implemented according to the expectations (time, budgets, etc.).

 Must have technical / professional qualifications:

  • Degree in Computer Science or similar;
  • CISPP or any other certification will be useful.

Core competencies, knowledge and experience:

  • Proven experience with Cyber security;
  • Experience with Risk management and GDPR;
  • Budget management;
  • Team coaching & mentoring;
  • Manage supplier relationships.

Debt Collector

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose:

The Debt Collection Specialist is responsible for contacting clients and collect outstanding payments while maintaining trustful relationships and ensuring timely payments. Apart from exhibiting professionalism and trustworthiness, s(he) should have excellent communication and negotiation skills, as well as an ability to work independently.

Key accountabilities and decision ownership:

  • Providing customer service regarding collection issues, refunds and account adjustments (client discrepancies and short payments, small balance write off, customer reconciliations and credit memos);
  • Accountable for reducing delinquency for assigned accounts;
  • Streamline all collection processes and recommend improvements to process appeal to all third party payers;
  • Collaborate with senior collector and initiate debt write off and negotiate all settlements with all collection procedures;
  • Oversee all write offs and assist to balance all non-payment and maintain track of payments according to collection policy.

Key performance indicators:

  • CEI – 90%;
  • Churn and write offs – accounts churned and written off should not exceed 5% of the total volume of accounts held by the debt collector in a particular month;
  • Dispute resolution – at least 85% of value marked as dispute at the beginning of the month should be cleared at the end of the respective month.

Must have technical / professional qualifications:

  • Degree in Accounting, Business Management or related field;
  • Working knowledge of MS Office and databases;
  • Negotiation and Problem-solving skills;
  • Patience and ability to manage stress.

Core competencies, knowledge and experience:

  • Minimum of 3-4 years of debt collection experience or similar role;
  • Knowledge of billing procedures and collection techniques (e.g. skip tracing);
  • Strong attention to detail, goal oriented;
  • Commitment to excellent customer service;
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral).

Technology Governance

May 25, 2018 Uncategorized

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose:

To support the Technology department on the implementation of best practices keeping technology risk within the acceptable levels.

Key accountabilities and decision ownership:

  • Establish and maintain PPSG’s Life-Cycle;
  • Establish and maintain a plan for compliance to existing PPSG’s;
  • Support the areas on boarding new Application to ARM system and Provide first line support to end users to ARM related issues;
  • Coordinate and track with relevant system owners the submission of evidences of audit related activities or any other;
  • Develop, implement and maintain an Information Security Awareness Program.

Key performance indicators:

  • All policies and procedures are kept up to date and available in a center repository;
  • Access to all critical systems (app, OS and DB layers) are requested through ARM;
  • Update Compliance rating for PPSG’s (Control Self-Assessment).

Must have technical / professional qualifications

  • Relevant diploma or degree in Information Systems Technology;
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in Technology Risk;
  • Familiarized with Best Practice frameworks ITIL and Cobit (essential);
  • Ability to perform independent Quality Assurance review.

Core competencies, knowledge and experience:

  • Ability to track activities among other teams and report accordingly. Escalate whenever necessary;
  • Understanding of telecom systems engineering concepts;
  • Written and verbal communication, including technical writing skills, across various levels;
  • Planning skills, team player, confident, Self-driven towards achieving goals and ability to speak English and Portuguese.

Marketing and Business Development Specialist

May 23, 2018 Uncategorized

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Background

The USAID Mozambique Feed the Future Agricultural Innovations Activity (FTF Inova) is a five-year, $20.9 million project, funded by USAID, that works to increase equitable, pro-poor  agricultural growth by linking private and public actors in the market and helping them to adopt innovations.. FTF Inova is supporting Luteari, a small input distributor in Mozambique, Manica Province, to establish demand driven inputs distribution system and expand retail of inputs to the last mile at scale. In order to achieve this objective, Luteari intends to pilot a community based system, with proper performance management and incentives to the clubs and agents. Farmers would place orders through Luteari’s local agents or via the buyers’ clubs within the community. The aggregation of orders would allow Luteari to improve the efficiency of its distribution network. Luteari will also work with a FTF Inova fellow, a volunteer consultant, that will help them with the proposed intervention.

Objective

The overall goal of this assignment is to support Luteari in their effort of establishing a network of trusted agents, as well as a marketing approach based on delivering value to smallholder farmers improving their fidelization. The specific objectives of the assignment are:

  •  Assist Luteari prepare a business model that can deliver value to its customers;
  • Prepare engagement and training guides for community agents and buyers’ clubs representatives;
  • The assignment will require accomplishing at least the two following main tasks:
  1. Developing a Business Model;
  2. Based on the business plan developed, the specialist will provide technical support to Luteari, to piloting of buyers’ clubs and agent-based customers’ engagements. The pilot should help Lureari to identify and in the long-term embark on cost-effective retail expansion and distribution systems and create durable relationship with buyers of inputs, particularly SHFs;
  3. Provide Training to Trainers (ToT).

Methodology

The marketing and business development specialist will conduct all work in close collaboration with the FTF Inova partner (Luteari) and the FTF Inova technical team. The tasks outlined below are expected to shift based on the feedback and inputs received from the FTF Inova partner, while fulfilling the overarching goals of the assignment as described above.

First Field work: o/a 1-10 May 2018 Chimoio with travels to the districts (8 days LOE+2 travel days) o/a 1 st week of May.

  1. Meet with Luteari’s Director and their team to understand the current business model, and identify gaps in their business plan;
  2. Review of current promotional and fidelization practices and business model and development of a retail expansion plan for rural areas;
  3. Support Luteari to develop business plan that links target communities to Luteari on a commercial basis for example stablishing buyers’ clubs, direct marketing tactics etc;
  4. Develop tool to identify, target and incentivize a high potential community and community based- agents;
  5. Develop agent’s self-selection criteria and incentive modalities, training modules for sales-agents and buyer club president. Remote work: ( 5 days LOE).
  6. Develop training modules for the community based agents and community buyers’ club’s members;
  7. Refine Finalize the business model;
  8. Develop management and customer tracking/ profiling tools that Lutrea uses to manage community based agent and their customers. Second Field Work – Chimoio.(8 days LOE + 2travel days) o/a 2 nd week of June 2018.
  9. Work with Lureari team and FTF Inova Fellow to outline practical implementation strategies and tactics based on the business model develop to engage community-based agents and pilot buyers’ clubs.
  10. Work with Luteari team and Fellow to define marketing tactics for smallholder farmers;
  11. Provide Training of Trainers (ToT) training to Luteari staff such that they will be the acumen to rollout the training for the community based- sales agents and buyers’ clubs’ representatives.

Deliverables

  • Develop a business model (as specified above and should include strategy and tactic for selecting community based agents and criteria for their Key Performance Indicator (KPIs), and the compensation/incentive modalities) that Luteari practically use for their day to day operations to engage high performing community based agents and fidelazation of smallholder farmers. The business model should be presented in a simple way and can easily be understood by Luteari staff. This deliverable should be delivered by the end of the second field work and can be presented using PowerPoint presentation with graphical illustration;
  • Concise and step by step training for trainers in how to perform the training for the the community based agents and buyer club’s representatives. This should be delivered by the beginning of the second field work;
  • Concise and step by step training module and guides for community based agents and buyer club’s representatives. This should be delivered by the beginning of the second field work.

Reporting

  • The Marketing Specialists will report to the Chief of Party or his designee;
  • Primarily the Consultant will work with the Director General of Luteari or her designee(s)

Qualifications

  • Advanced degree in relevant field, such as marketing, business, agribusiness;
  • 7 plus year of experience;
  • Advanced abilities in reading, writing, and speaking in Portuguese

Policy Assistant, Forests

May 21, 2018 Uncategorized

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THIS IS A LOCALLY RECRUITED POSITION OPEN TO MOZAMBIQUE NATIONALS ONLY.

The illegal exploitation and trade of forest resources are caused and driven by failures in the forest governance. The illegal logging results in significant revenue losses for the governments, companies and communities. Illegal logging destroys forests, damages the environment, disrupts communities and cost government an estimated $ 15 billion USD in lost revenues annually. Based on this statements and considering the IUCN work on Forest Law Enforcement through the word, IUCN Mozambique accepted the WWF Mozambique Office invitation to contribute to the project on “Forest and Governance in Mozambique: the Urgency of the Moment”. The project promotes dialogues and debates between Government, Civil Society Organizations, private sectors and other partners on illegal logging and trade, toward a sustainable management of forest in Mozambique.

The Policy Assistant will work closely with the Senior Programme Officer, Forests to support the project work plan and the agreement between WWF and IUCN Mozambique. He/She will be based in IUCN Mozambique office in Maputo supporting a day by day implementation of the advocacy plan designed for the project and support the production of communication documents on the results and lessons learned from the implementation process.

Job Description

A. Information gathering

  • Desk review on the illegal logging literature and systematize it;
  • Desk review of existing legislation on illegal logging;
  • Gather information on the main actors from the exploitation to commercialization and systematize their role and challenges;

B. Implement the advocacy Plan

  • Technical and logistical support in the organization of debates, dialogs and workshops;
  • Producing the reports with main statements and recommendations from the organized events;
  • Contact and work closely with the stakeholders at central, provincial and local level in the organization and of advocacy events;
  • Establish contacts and work closely with media institution for the publication of the organized events;
  • Make a follow up for the stakeholders engagement in the project.

C. Produce communication documents

  • Based on the information gathering and the advocacy events results assist in the production of position papers, policy notes and other relevant documents to inform the stakeholders at different levels;
  • Assist on the production of joint statements of NGOs, parliaments, Attorney General.

Requirements

  • University degree in forest, environmental management and natural resources management;
  • Experience in advocacy programs and stakeholders engagement;
  • Ability to write reports and communication documents;
  • Good Portuguese writing and speaking skills;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Adheres to IUCN ESARO core values of Transparency, Inclusiveness, Professionalism and Accountability;
  • Must be a hands-on, highly motivated, results driven and resourceful individual;
  • Ability to work effectively with multicultural and multidisciplinary teams displaying sensitivity and respect for diversity;

Applications

Applicants are requested to apply online through the HR Management System, by opening the vacancy announcement and pressing the “Apply” button.

Applicants will be asked to create an account and submit their profile information. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. The vacancy closes at midnight, Swiss time (GMT+1 / GMT+2 during Daylight Saving Time, DST). Please note that only selected applicants will be personally contacted for interviews.

Other job opportunities are published in the IUCN website: http://www.iucn.org/involved/jobs/

About IUCN

IUCN is a membership Union uniquely composed of both government and civil society organisations. It provides public, private and non-governmental organisations with the knowledge and tools that enable human progress, economic development and nature conservation to take place together.

Created in 1948, IUCN is now the world’s largest and most diverse environmental network, harnessing the knowledge, resources and reach of more than 1,300 Member organisations and some 10,000 experts. It is a leading provider of conservation data, assessments and analysis. Its broad membership enables IUCN to fill the role of incubator and trusted repository of best practices, tools and international standards.

IUCN provides a neutral space in which diverse stakeholders including governments, NGOs, scientists, businesses, local communities, indigenous peoples organisations and others can work together to forge and implement solutions to environmental challenges and achieve sustainable development.

Working with many partners and supporters, IUCN implements a large and diverse portfolio of conservation projects worldwide. Combining the latest science with the traditional knowledge of local communities, these projects work to reverse habitat loss, restore ecosystems and improve people’s well-being.

Law Enforcement Analyst

May 18, 2018 Uncategorized

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Job Summary:

This position is to to collate and analyse information from all sources pertaining to wildlife crime prosecution. The Law Enforcement Analyst is critical to providing the analytical products and distribution of information to support the effective implementation of wildlife laws in Mozambique, and prosecution of wildlife crime.

Major Responsibilities:

  • To grade, collate and manage information from a variety of sources. This includes the processing and grading of information, maintaining a current, secure, and searchable database, and managing any archival information to insure its security.
  • To support the Director to complete any tasks required.
  • To liaise with all collaborating government bodies.
  • To support relevant agencies in the Government of Mozambique to strengthen their capacity for wildlife crime prosecution.
  • Foster and maintain internal dialogue within WCS with key internal stakeholders.
  • Identify opportunities for collaboration and coordination with partners, and identify mechanisms for sharing information.
  • Contribute to the WCS Counter Wildlife Trafficking strategy. Implementation modalities:
  • All work, and communication with partners, in countries where    WCS has country programs needs to be cleared by and linked to the country program through the Country Program Director.
  • Communication within WCS and with partners both within and outside of Mozambique needs to be constant and ongoing.
  • Protocols for managing communications need to be developed, agreed upon with relevant partners, and implemented

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum of five years experience working on information and data analysis, preferably in a legal context.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
  • Demonstrated abilities in advanced computing skills.
  • Attention to detail, intellectually curious, and demonstrated problem-solving skills.
  • High level computing skills required
  • Keen eye for detail
  • Intellectually curious
  • Strong character, highly discreet and honest, and ability to multi-task and react quickly and manage competing demands.
  • Demonstrated strong project management experience.
  • Professional proficiency in English required, and Portuguese highly preferred

Senior Manager, Advocacy and Communications

May 18, 2018 Uncategorized

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VillageReach seeks an experienced, bi-lingual (English and Portuguese) professional to help develop and support VillageReach’s advocacy and communications work. This includes documenting and disseminating evidence and program learnings across VillageReach’s portfolio in Mozambique. The Senior Manager, Advocacy and Communications will work with VillageReach staff in Mozambique, as well as with global, regional and country partners and donors. Preference will be given to Mozambican nationals or non Mozambican nationals who have permission to work in Mozambique. Level and title will depend upon experience in relevant areas. This position reports to the Mozambique National Director, with a dotted line to the Director of Advocacy and Communications.

Description

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties, responsibilities, and activities may change or be assigned at any time.

  • Develop and implement strategic advocacy and communications plans, activities and materials to support work in Mozambique (in collaboration with relevant VillageReach staff).
  • Strengthen VillageReach’s capacity to convene and engage with policymakers, partners, donors, advisory groups, and other stakeholders in Mozambique.
  • Promote VillageReach’s evidence and experience globally, regionally and in key countries to support plans and policies that lead to improved access to health at the last mile.
  • Provide support to the advocacy and communications plans of all VillageReach projects in Mozambique; including the development and promotion of policy papers and related materials that effectively communicate impact and results related to programmatic work.
  • Help build visibility for VillageReach among key stakeholders and donors, and in relevant fora (e.g. immunizations, supply chain & logistics, data analytics, and more).
  • Support translation of English and/or Portuguese documents and materials for advocacy and communications purposes.
  • Research, identification and hiring of consultants and vendors in Mozambique as needed.
  • Contribute to blogs, presentations, whitepapers, grants proposals, strategy documents, and other written deliverables.
  • Participate and represent VillageReach in advocacy and communications efforts in Mozambique, in the region and globally, as well as in other initiatives, meetings, and conferences that are aligned with VillageReach objectives

REQUIREMENTS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Experience and Education

Advocacy and programmatic communications experience:

  • A minimum of 10 years of experience working in a global health or international development organization in an advocacy or strategic communications role.
  • A graduate degree in public policy, public affairs, international development, public health, or related field.
  • Experience in the design and management of initiatives to change policy and political will addressing issues of international concern.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the role of advocacy and communications efforts to increase awareness of health and development issues.
  • Experience working at or with multilateral organizations such as Gavi, WHO, UNICEF, World Bank as well as bilateral aid organizations.
  • Ability to build political and financial support for health and development goals in low-resource environments with governmental and non-state organizations.
  • Persuasive written and verbal communication. Open mindedness to accommodate the non-traditional mix of disciplines within VillageReach and interpersonal skills to work effectively in partnership with others in the organization and externally.
  • Experience working with CSOs, government, the media and other stakeholders to influence change. Strong knowledge of international stakeholders in international health and preferably in Supply Chain & Logistics

Communications, presentation and writing skills:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English and Portuguese.
  • Superb writing skills and the ability to assemble, distill and analyze information for decision-making and presentations. Experience writing articles for major journals.
  • Experience working with high-level executives and/or political officials.
  • Expertise in the use of imagery and storytelling in presentations.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel)

Personal qualities:

  • Ability to work collaboratively and collegially in a small and geographically dispersed team.
  • Established cultural competency in partnering with racial, cultural and linguistically diverse groups.
  • Ability to be self-directed, prioritize and perform multiple tasks, problem-solve, and work under pressure.
  • Comfortable in a fast-paced technical environment.
  • Ability to travel 20% to 30% of the time.

Other desired qualifications:

  • Demonstrated understanding of challenges with working in rural, underserved and low-income context
  • Experience working in immunization and in the field of supply chain or logistics.
  • Knowledge of various global and national actors and systems used to finance, procure, and deliver vaccines, essential medicines, diagnostics, and other health commodities.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

This position has no supervisory responsibilities at this time.

Competencies:

The following competencies reflect both what is expected of all VillageReach employees and of an individual in this specific role.

  • Interpersonal Skills: Conduct oneself with sensitivity, awareness and respect when working with diverse groups of people, including VillageReach staff, beneficiaries, donors and partners.
  • Dependability: Act at all times as a reliable and effective team player, volunteering to help without being asked.
  • Initiative and Results: Proactively enhance the quality of programs, outputs, workplace environment and relationships.
  • Representation: Represent VillageReach and its programs by demonstrating a personal commitment to the mission and values of VillageReach and a sound knowledge of the organization, its principles and its programs
  • Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship: Demonstrate leadership by being a positive example to others, a positive force programmatically and organizationally; foster a culture of innovation.
  • Commitment to Learning and Growth: Demonstrate commitment to develop, acquire, document and apply best practices in related fields, and apply solutions to obstacles to organizational effectiveness.
  • Consistency: Demonstrate consistent and productive attendance and work record.
  • Compliance: Follow VillageReach policies and procedures.

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

Senior Environmental Scientist – Expression of Interest

May 17, 2018 Uncategorized

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Job Summary

Due to our strong pipeline of projects in Maputo, Mozambique within the Environmental field we may have an opening for an experienced Senior Environmental Scientist.

If you would like to be the first one to hear about this opportunity when it will arise, submit an expression of interest now and let’s stay in touch. Should you experience technical problem uploading your CV, you can contact us on 0124213634.

As a Senior Environmental Scientist you will be responsible for the compilation of Environment projects in Mozambique. In addition, you would act as liaison and advisor on environmental, social and related issues for projects and to assist to grow the business in Mozambique by compiling proposals and representing the AECOM brand to identified clients.

Duties and Responsibilities

Projects

  • Have a strong working knowledge of at least one key sector relevant to Mozambique i.e. extractives power, infrastructure;
  • Have and maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of the range of environmental disciplines involved in the ESIA business including air quality, water quality, social, ecological, management plans, etc.;
  • Project management experience including budget control, task development, and stakeholder liaison;
  • Ability to clearly communicate project objectives and expected outcomes to team members, sub-consultants and project stakeholders;
  • Have a good working knowledge of the local environmental legislation and its application to the assessment process;
  • Have well developed report writing skills.

People:

  • Initiate and develop relationships with clients and sub-consultants;
  • Be a team player and be prepared to mentor junior staff members;
  • Encourage cooperation across disciplines, projects, and sectors; and
  • Ability to gain support and commitment from others in relation to project delivery.

Business:

  • Lead the development of proposals, managing the interface with technical specialists from around EMIA
  • Provide support and advise on Environmental and Social matters on projects
  • Clients:
  • Demonstrate expertise to clients and build trust by reliably meeting commitments;
  • Written and oral communication (including meetings and presentations);
  • Build a broad working knowledge of scope of AECOM’s practices, products, and services for cross selling and marketing opportunities.

Self:

  • A confident, motivated individual with strong inter-personal skills.

Minimum Requirements

Experience:

  • Practical Experience Minimum 5 – 10 years’ experience – understanding of the regulatory requirements and relevant legislation; and
  • Business Skills Report and proposal writing, project management and communication skills essential
  • An ability to develop relationships with Clients and sell the AECOM brand.
  • Establish and manage effective, collaborative working relationships with AECOM staff, both within your home office, and internationally; and
  • Maintain a high level of integrity (and, when required, discretion) in communications and dealings with staff.

Specific Skills Required:

  • Must have Portuguese and English language skills
  • Must have own transport
  • Must be registered with MITADER

Person Specification (Behavioral Attributes):

  • Be an advocate for HSE initiatives and best practice
  • Be decisive – Know how to prioritize, advocate focus and accountability
  • Be impactful – Use clear and frequent communications, drive execution and results.
  • Be client-focused – Be collaborative, innovative and strategic.
  • Be the role model – Lead by example, demand excellence, maintain safety and integrity as top priorities.

Additional Personal Attributes and Qualities needed for this role :

  • Initiative: Ability to keep self-busy and strive for constant improvement and/or development;
  • Autonomy: Ability to work under supervision to complete necessary tasks but able to work independently on some tasks from time to time;
  • Motivation: Constantly seeks out opportunities for achievement and advancement of both project/technical work and personal career;
  • Has a ‘can do’ attitude;
  • Communication Skills: Good verbal and written communications skills;
  • Relationship Skills: Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with your peers;
  • Personal Organisation and Flexibility to be willing to undertake a range of complex tasks and to work hours necessary to meet business objectives.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent education) in an appropriate engineering discipline or the sciences from a four year accredited college or university.

What We Offer

AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It’s a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world’s most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It’s a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It’s what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES: Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM.

Trade Marketing Account Representative

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Job purpose and key deliverables

We build distinctive brands that excite our consumers and satisfy their needs in a highly complex and competitive retail environment. Our trade marketing account representatives manage the tobacco business for a collection of accounts in a geographical area, implementing corporate plans, negotiating strategies and meeting business objectives.

Join us and you’ll act as a strategic partner to retailers, giving them expert advice and knowledge on products, pricing and a variety of other areas. Show us you’ve got what it takes to succeed and you’ll find plenty of challenge, opportunity and the support you need. As well as fantastic benefits, we’ll invest in your learning and development and give you continuous feedback and coaching to help you meet your full potential.

You will

  • Own performance across your territory and maintain strong retailer relationships.
  • Plan visits, go to retailers, build strong business relationships, answer their questions, issues and concerns, and monitor contract compliance.
  • Implement cycle and regional/district activities to achieve national, regional, and district-level objectives.
  • Meet market demand for our products by maintaining inventory levels and hitting brand distribution targets.
  • Work on special projects with a team of trade marketing account representatives.

Essential requirements

You’ll be a graduate or equivalent in marketing, business, or a related field, with excellent sales, marketing and negotiation skills. With the drive to work independently and focus on results, you’ll be a strategic thinker with strong business acumen. Most of all, you’ll be a proven leader with the ability to create close working relationships with a wide variety of trade partners.

Desirable requirements

You’ll be travelling extensively across your territory to meet a wide variety of trade partners, so you’ll need to be prepared to spend a lot of time on the road.

Working at BAT

British American Tobacco is all about freedom of choice — whether it’s our people or our products. Combined with our entrepreneurial spirit, it’s what’s driven our phenomenal success.  We started trading tobacco over a hundred years ago. Today, we’re a multibillion dollar company with more than 200 brands in our portfolio. With robust positions in each of our regional markets, our future looks equally bright too.

There’s no doubt our industry is controversial — we’re the first to admit that. But rest assured, we take a responsible approach to our trade. In each of our markets, we observe every local law regarding tobacco (in many cases going further through our own voluntary code). Not only that, we treat our farmers fairly, invest in the environment and help to sustain local communities.

We also excel at developing our own people into leaders of the future. As an organisation with a high-performance culture, we’ll expect a lot from you. But we’ll support you every step of the way to help you deliver. If you’re passionate and ambitious, rapid career progression is a reality here. And because we’re such a large company (we employ more than 55,000 people worldwide), there are plenty of exciting opportunities for you to develop a truly extraordinary career.

Excavator Operator

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Purpose of the position

Operate excavators according to guidelines received, aiming at trenching, loading of soil and soil preparation to speed up the workflow.

Responsabilities and duties

  • Reports to and receives assignments, instructions, and direction from the Foreman or General Foreman;
  • Operates pneumatic or track-type vehicle equipped with front mounted hydraulically powered bucket or scoop to dig and lift bulk materials;
  • Observes and follows all safety rules and procedures, including wearing required personal safety equipment;
  • Performs other duties and activities as directed;
  • Performs daily maintenance checks on equipment operated;

Requirements

  • Requires a minimum four years of practical experience in equipment operation;
  • Must be able to read and understand equipment specifications, tables, and charts;
  • Must comply with the Mozambique local regulations (also unwritten customs and practices);

Foreman Civil

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Propose of position

To execute assigned works such that they are completed within the time, productivity and quality requirements of the contract while adhering to the company’s safety practices and manpower productivity. Assigning and efficiently distribute available resources and materials.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Responsible for optimizing the allocated manpower, material and equipment for assigned projects. Responsible for the daily needs and site control of his projects;
  • Responsible for the distribution of the work force on site as per the daily program;
  • Responsible for labor attendance and productivity record;
  • Responsible for implementing the overall safety on his site;
  • Ensures no material wastage at site;
  • Ensures his site image is in compliance with Company standards and policies.

Requirements

  • Any Diploma, Secondary School or equivalent;
  • 2-5 years of relevant working experience, with good technical knowledge and analytical mind to resolve Problems;
  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both in oral and written English and Portuguese Language;
  • Ability to work in an environment requiring strong discipline and attention to details;
  • Work effectively under stressful situations and familiar with construction environment,
  • People Oriented and Leadership Capacity;

 

Videographer

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Purpose and Objective:

The overall objective is to produce 5 videos that can portrait the following aspects of the Aguasani and Sanitation programme:

  1. How the residents of these towns are benefitting from the interventions, in the form of describing how a family’s life has been impacted by the programme (income generation by participating in the programme’s construction activities, better access to WASH services, economic development in the towns due to better accessibility of water / sanitation)
  2. Interventions for inclusive WASH, documenting the case of a family of a person living with disabilities and the interventions around improving WASH services for them.
  3. Improvement of sanitation at community level through community mobilization activities (focus on Xitiqui groups).
  4. Scope of construction works, by documenting the various stages, with emphasis in ongoing construction works for the water supply system in Homoine (showcasing all AGUASANI programme).

 Methodology and Technical Approach:

Using his own equipment, the contracted videographer will document on video the UNICEF supported activities on the Aguasani programme in all three targeted towns in Inhambane (i.e. capital of districts of Jangamo, Homoine and Morrumbene), All videos must follow the guidelines provided by UNICEF.

Activities and Tasks:

Due to the large scale of the Aguasani project, the production of the 4 videos was divided in two parts.

PART 1: Travel to the three targeted towns in Inhambane province to gather raw footage (in high-definition) of the Construction works and interview beneficiaries.  As part of this consultancy, a 3-days of shooting is envisaged, covering the above-mentioned activities in all three towns / villages.

A previous round of shooting was already completed in November 2017 with a total of 425 RAW/un-edited videos of family interviews and b-rolls of constructions work (high quality sound and image) was delivered. The consultant is expected to use this existing material as the baseline for the development of the final videos, complemented with the materials to be gathered under this Consultancy.

PART 2: To develop a story line for each of the four videos and cover the final editing (launch, family interviews after the launch on how it improved their lives, impact). The delivery of the final products, consisting of 4 edited videos, will be in accordance with story line.

The videographer will need to go to Inhambane to complete the shooting, and produce 4 high quality videos as described above. Regular meetings will be held at UNICEF to discuss the status of the video and footage, and also any other issues.

The targeted communities are the capital of the districts of Jangamo, Homoine and Morrumbene, including the peripheral areas where the water components of the water supply systems are located, and shooting at Government offices in Inhambane and Maputo.

The consultant is expected to start the activities after the signing of the contract. Due to the unknown time factor of the expected celebration event, this activity is to be delayed and the consultant should not delay the other activities. The consultant can work on the story board/script after shooting the interviews and the communities. These documents can be adjusted once the celebration has taken place and new material has become available.

  Deliverables and Payments

The contracted videographer will deliver the following products:

  • Five videos (all in 1080p mp4 format) documenting the following:
  1. how the residents are benefitting from the AGUASANI interventions in the form of describing how a family’s life has been impacted by the programme (income generation by participating in the programme’s construction activities, better access to WASH services, economic development in the towns due to better accessibility of water / sanitation);
  2. the case of a family of a person living with disabilities and the interventions around improving WASH services for them;
  3. how the Xitique groups are facilitating the improvement of sanitation at community level;
  4. showcase the overall impact of AGUASANI programme focusing on the scope of construction works, by documenting the various stages, with emphasis in ongoing construction works for the water supply system in Homoine.
  • Two versions should be submitted, one with Portuguese subtitles and one English subtitles.

The contractor will be paid a lump sum as per the agreed quotation upon submission and approval of the deliverables.

Management and Supervision:

The contracted videographer will be supervised by Jesus Trelles, UNICEF WASH Specialist for the Aguasani project with support from Claudio Fauvrelle, UNICEF Communication Officer (Digital).

Schedule

A: The contracted videographer agrees to perform this assignment from May to December 2018, UNICEF will provide exact dates later, and 10 extra working days for editing.

B: Develop a video that highlights the role of leader during the process of achieving an open defecation free district.

Background

The practice of open defecation is wide spread in rural Mozambique, and as per latest IOF survey nearly half of the population (48.5%) does not have a toilet. The elimination of open defecation is an explicit SDG target, and the government of Mozambique has undersigned this and aims to achieve this by 2025.  The strategy is by behavioral change communication (BCC) and the approach is Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). The CLTS approach facilitates a process of which communities collectively reject this practice of open defecation and assist communities in action planning to construct latrines.

This CLTS approach is currently being implemented across the country, but its origins is probably found in selected districts in Manica and Tete. UNICEF piloted this approach about 10 years ago with the technical support on the development of district sanitation plans. Community level activities were implemented by private sector implementation “participation education and communication” (PEC) contract by DPOPH. Technical and financial support was provided by the UNICEF, and this model has become the standard in Mozambique.

These efforts have resulted in substantial results, and a large number of communities have been declared open defecation free (ODF), including achieving ODF postos and localicades. in some cases districts are close to become ODF, like Macossa, Guro in Manica province.

The leadership and oversight has proven to be crucial to this progress to achieve ODF. District administrators, permanent secretaries ensured this was a key priorities, while technical oversight was provided by the district representation of the ministries of education, public works and health. The leaderships role of the chefe de posto and localidade played a crucial to motivate local leadership, whom in their turn ensured that communities collectively abandoned the practise of open defecation and adopt latrines.

This type of inspirational leadership is required across the country to achieve the national target to become ODF by 2025. Documenting the district’s leadership role and how they drove the results to achieve an ODF district is a tool to allow the learning of other district across the country. A documentation will also motivate the leaders currently involved to reach the last mile and receive the recognition of their efforts and the national level.

Objective

Develop a video that highlights the role of leader during the process of achieving an open defecation free district.

Method

  1. Desk review of available documents, such as district sanitation plans, PEC zonal ToRs, contracts and review documents. UNICEF will provide the required documents to be reviewed.  The consultant is expected to develop interview questions based on the literature review.
  2. Stakeholder interviews: A mixture of leaders from different levels, as the district administrator, permanent secretary, chefe de posto, religious and traditional leaders, as well as technical staff from the departments are to be interviewed for each of the three districts. UNICEF will support with the introduction, but the consultant needs to identify the most appropriate leaders. The interviews should also include household interviews.
  3. Photo and video shooting at the communities: additional footage and photos are expected to be collected at the community level. This would include photos and videos of rural communities and houses where sanitation options are being build, used or maintained. At least one community per district should be covered, hence at least three communities in total
  4. Documentation of celebration: this event is expect to be organized by the Government in the course of 2018 to celebrate the results of the first open defecation free district. This event would event include the provincial and national level presence. In case this event is organized, the consultant is expected to capture the key speeches and recognize the champions, in video and paper.
  5. Drafting of document and video editing: Based on the interviews and the consultant is expected to draft the interview transcripts. The interviews and the desk review document will inform the brochure as well as a story board for the video documentation feed into  into a full report, and edit the video. In consultation with UNICEF, the most important leaders and statements will be selected for the end product video. The final product of the 4 pager brochure is to be developed in consultation with UNICEF.

The consultant is expected to commence activities after signing of the contract. Due to the unknown time factor of the expected celebration event, this activity is to be delayed and the consultant should not delay the other activities. The consultant can submit the draft brochure the story board after the interviews and community shooting. These documents can be adjusted once the celebration has taken place and new material has become available.

Deliverables

This consultant will have to submit multiple interim deliverables and two final deliverables to UNICEF for approval in an agreed time frame. The interim deliverables allow UNICEF to monitor the progress of the consultant, will inform the final deliverables and can be used by UNICEF for other purposes. UNICEF holds the right to reject deliverables based on qualitative and quantitative considerations.

 1. Interim deliverables

  • Desk review document; no more than 5 pages, with story board.
  • Raw visual martials: at least 100 photos and 2 hours video footage.

2. Final deliverables

  • Video: between 5 – 10 minutes

Scope of work and limitations

The scope of work will cover three districts; Guro and Macossa in Manica. These three districts should be fully covered with interviews and video. However, the final product will focus to the best preforming district(s).

The consultant is expected to cover the events and opinions as they appear. It is not the role of the consultant, to ensure that these districts achieve the ODF status or increase the role of leaders.

The component of documenting the celebrations of achieving the ODF status, is subjected to the districts achieving this and to provincial / national government organizing this event. In case this event is not organized, an alternative section can be proposed to replace this coverage.

Printing of the brochure is beyond the scope of this consultancy

Roles and responsibilities

The consultant is responsible for his/ her own logistics, accommodation, video shooting and editing. The consultant is allowed to hire assistance to support shooting and editing, but is under full liability of the consultant. All other costs for the consultant should be included into the proposal and will be paid based on deliverables.

UNICEF will ensure introductions to the province and district administrations. The UNICEF will continue to support districts implementation of the sanitation programming and related costs. The UNICEF can, if required support the government related to this documentation and sharing if required,..

The districts will ensure full cooperation with this documentation and allow staff time to be dedicated to this documentation. The district will also liaison with leaders and communities within the district. The district could accompany the consultant to the field, if required and available.

Management and Supervision:

The contracted videographer will be supervised by Brecht Mommen, UNICEF WASH Specialist for the Sanitation video with support from Claudio Fauvrelle, UNICEF Communication Officer (Digital).

Schedule

The contracted videographer agrees to perform this assignment from May to December 2018, UNICEF will provide exact dates later, and 10 extra working days for editing.

Qualifications and Specialized Knowledge:

  • Demonstrated knowledge in video shooting and editing for online media, documentary and tv, and technical competence
  • Demonstrated writing and communication skills
  • Knowledge of development issues and familiarity with UNICEF videography guidelines.
  • Similar work experience documenting rural community settings requiring travel with minimal or no support
  • Availability of adequate expertise and equipment
  • Experienced in developing multimedia source content
  • Good understanding of children’s rights issues and ethical reporting
  • Fluent in Portuguese.

Key Account Manager/Retail Territory Manager

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Role synopsis

Reporting to the Business to Business Manager, the Key Account /RTM Manager will be responsible to call on both Retail and C&I business partners and customers to ensure superior execution of fuel retailing offers ensuring business profitability and adherence to the highest standards of HSSE and operating standards.

Spend 80% of the time interacting with business partners/ customers and provide expert knowledge and support to ensure operational excellence and standard application of retailing standards.

Monitor key performance indicators and performance trends and determine appropriate actions to address any issues to optimise business performance.

To execute all programmes that are developed by other functions to ensure BP achieves / maintains its leadership position in the market.

Ensure the service provided to our customers and business partners are best in class within the industry to maintain the market leadership positions.

Key accountabilities

  • Ensure that legal and ethical standards are understood and complied with by our business partners;
  • Establish a culture of Operational Excellence throughout the market to ensure full implementation of the company policy and procedures to achieve consistent Customer Offer execution and the highest HSSE standards;
  • Manage the admin and credit function within the sales portfolio;
  • Effectively manage a diverse administration workload timeously;
  • Achieve sustainable growth through market analysis and customer insights;
  • Execute performance deliverables such as stock control, cash flow optimisation, credit control and value enhancement through rental and added value income;
  • Ensure that all contractual obligations are met by applicable parties, to renew contracts timeously;
  • Ensure compliance with company policy and effect consequences for non-compliance;
  • Continually identify opportunities for growing the business and improving customer service by use of industry information and knowledge;
  • Support dealers in customer service and HSSE compliance by creating awareness and communicate training requirements to appropriate persons;
  • Compile the annual business plan for each site in conjunction with the dealers, co-manage the plan;
  • Measure performance and understand application of controls by support team;
  • Identify capabilities requirements and address through the appropriate structures;
  • Keep site files up to date and ensure that competition information is collected and reported;
  • Build networks. The role will look after lubes business until Lubes PU decide on the future;
  • Provides leadership, vision and direction for all dealer operations in the area.

Essential Education

Matric. A post matric qualification will be an advantage.

Essential experience and job requirements

3 – 5 years business operations experience. Demonstrated ability to operate independently.

About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 100,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

BP Southern Africa (BPSA) is part of the global BP group. The major markets of BPSA are in South Africa and Mozambique.

BPSA has 5 main businesses operating in Southern Africa:

  • The Southern Africa Fuels Value Chain (SA FVC), which is responsible for the refining, marketing, wholesaling and supply of liquid fuels;
  • Air BP, which supplies quality jet fuels to the aviation community;
  • BP Marine, a leading supplier of fuels, lubricants and technical services to the marine industry;
  • LPG, which supplies safe and reliable liquefied petroleum gas;
  • BP Lubricants, which markets and supplies high quality, high value lubricants, the most famous being the Castrol brand.

BPSA is a dynamic company that aims to attract and develop talent of high caliber. A career with BP is rewarding and challenging, and opportunities for further growth and development are abundant.

Senior Specialist: M-Pesa Products and Customer Insights

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Recrutamento na Vodacom Moçambique

Role purpose

To perform the new product development and innovation processes for M-Pesa, developing and then delivering against the strategic product roadmap. To develop and manage customer insight acquisition processes to ensure product roadmaps are relevant for the market needs.

Key accountabilities and decision ownership

  • Identify market opportunities and partnerships for the launch of new products and services and for the enhancement of existing solutions, including the benchmarking of the M-Pesa product portfolio (current and planned) against competitors, international best practices relevant to the Mozambique market and other M-Pesa operations’ product offerings;
  • Develop and maintain business cases for each product portfolio;
  • Design, plan and project-manage the implementation of new products and services across all disciplines involved in the process;
  • Interface with Sales & Distribution, Customer Services and Marketing functions for the setup of customer insights acquisition processes relevant for the products and services enhancement process and for the acceleration of usage indicators across the M-Pesa customer base;
  • Segmentation of the M-Pesa customer and partner base in line with Vodacom Mozambique’s segmentation strategy and the financial services market opportunity in Mozambique;

Key performance indicators

  • Timely delivery of agreed product roadmap;
  • New product usage KPIs relative to business case (unique users, number of transactions, revenue, etc.);
  • Net Promoter Score leadership in the Mobile Money categories of: “range of products and services”, “ease of use of services on mobile”, “simple and easy”, “offers something different”, and “understands your needs”;

Core competencies, knowledge and experience

  • Project Management – experience with management of large project teams achieving deadlines;
  • Commercially astute and strategically oriented – solid understanding of market, competitor & customer. Solid understanding of the integrated set of products and services included within the M-Pesa portfolio; able to identify opportunities for M-Pesa and define and implement these opportunities into reality;
  • Strong Analytical skills – able to assess reports, identify issues, root cause, and recommend solutions. Expert spread sheet skills a distinct advantage;
  • Inspirational Leadership – develop and maintain great working environment throughout all levels of the M-Pesa organization;
  • Presentation and communication skills – written and oral.

Must have technical / professional qualifications

  • University degree in Commercial or Information Technology related areas;
  • A minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a management role within an innovation function with cross-functional exposure;
  • Project management certification and experience will be an advantage;
  • Knowledge and experience of the financial services and telecommunications industries will be an advantage;
  • Strong planning and networking skills;
  • Ability to draft user requirement documents and business cases.

We encourage female applicants

Location

 Edificio Vodacom

Rua dos Desportistas, Numero 649. Maputo

Maintenance Superintendent

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Purpose of the job

The primary purpose of the role is to ensure effective management of maintenance deliverables at the Central Processing Facilities – Temane including all well site facilities, gathering systems, regional satellite facilities, and centralized natural gas and condensate processing facilities.

Main responsibilities

  • Ensure the maximum availability of plant, equipment and machinery for productive utilization through planned maintenance.
  • Provide desired services to operating departments at optimal levels through a process of improved maintenance efficiency.
  • Provide management with reported information on the cost and effectiveness of maintenance strategy.
  • Ensure compliance with all mandatory legal and company standard plant inspection requirements.
  • Ensure departmental reporting compliance in accordance with company and other mandatory operating standards including; ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
  • Ensure that agreed department resource development plans are achieved against report personnel performance agreements (KPA/ KPI’s) in conjunction with company training and human resources departments.
  • Provide collaborative support to facilities development projects & engineering group and act as focal point regarding operating/ technical requirements.
  • Ensure adequate interfacing within department and functional support groups as outlined in operations reference and action plans.
  • Assist department teams (Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation/ Controls) with planning of maintenance activities, major events, campaign maintenance and scheduled shutdown turnaround activities in conjunction with plant inspection services and maintenance planner.

Qualifications and experience

  • B.Tech/B.Sc/ B.Eng in relevant area (Mechanical, Instrumentation or Electrical or Electronic)
  • 5 – 10 years relevant previous services experience with either third party Service Company or another Operator;
  • Minimum of 5 years of maintenance management experience
  • Proven leadership experience;

Lead Country Consultant

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Description

The Lead Country Consultant will be responsible for managing and growing our business and the team of consultants in Mozambique. The candidate will take responsibility for all aspects of Golder business in Mozambique (including HSSE, business planning, budgeting and strategy implementation) with a strong focus on providing world-class service to clients, delivering successful projects, developing new business, ensuring our staff technical development and creating opportunities for growth.

  • Ensure HSSE requirements are observed at all times and be recognised for HSSE Visible Felt Leadership.
  • Build and motivate a strong and respected team of professionals capable to deliver sound technical solutions.
  • Build a strong network with Golder operations and senior professionals to support and grow local and regional business.
  • Permanent awareness and appropriate assessment of business risks and opportunities.
  • Representing the company externally with clients and the industry in general.
  • Developing strong Client relations and leveraging a consistent opportunity stream
  • Ensure project delivery in time and on budget. Assigns functions and responsibilities in order to achieve the best team performance.
  • Permanent promoter of our values and Code of Conduct and personal commitment to HSSE
  • Adequate balance between autonomy and consultations / reporting.
  • Facilitate the definition of clear goals, assigning individual / team responsibilities, evaluating performance and suggesting specific actions to improve.
  • Business plan preparation and follow up. Overall responsible for meeting budget goals.
  • Manage the operation according to our Code of Conduct.
  • Responsible for understanding the local market, and for leading marketing and specific client business development efforts. Able to represent the firm’s capabilities to prospective new clients and markets.
  • Maintains and strengthens the image and position of the firm at local and regional level.
  • Serves as role model for all staff, is responsible for motivating the staff and strengthening the firm’s values and culture.
  • Ensures that the firm follows the laws and reporting according to local and corporate company requirements.
  • Capacity to solve conflicts both internal and with clients.
  • Responsible for the professional development of his / her team.
  • Continues assessment and control of business´s risks; including Golder’s reputation in the market.

Qualifications

  • Engineering or Environment degree
  • Minimum of 12  – 15 years‘ consulting and 3 years in a management position
  • Have an in-depth understanding of the Mozambique business.
  • Have in-depth understanding of consulting business model.
  • Have strong understanding of key business drivers with respect to financial management, strategic growth and technical consulting services.
  • Have hands on experience as a consultant offering technical solutions.
  • Strong expertise in his/her technical/specialist area (engineering or environmental services).
  • Have the ability to build and motivate technical teams and drive delivery
  • MS Word, MS Excel (Advanced), MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook , MS Projects
  • Own Vehicle
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Mozambique Citizen

Development Manager

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Main Job Purpose:

The Customer Marketing Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the activation plan that supports the objectives of our brands and the customer. Lead the development execution of brand/category solutions & activities for Customer/Channels based on fully integrated, shopper, customer and channel insights.

Job Summary

  • Develop customer & shopper insights. Translate insights into business building opportunities within specific customers/channels;
  • Use and leverage account specific category and shopper insights;
  • Build account/channel specific Customer marketing plans to deliver category/brand objectives (CMP) in conjunction with Brand Marketing Plan (BMP) and Customer Business Plan (CBP);
  • Integration of customer marketing plans with brand marketing plan and customer business planning;
  • Work with Account managers to ensure excellence in in-store activation and delivery of integrated Customer Business Plan and Customer Marketing Plan;
  • Work with the brand managers to deliver activation plan efficiency and effectiveness;
  • Communicate the customer’s marketing and business strategy to the brand teams;
  • Develop strong relationships with Customers at marketing and activation level;
  • Customer and customers’ Shopper input into Innovation program;
  • Manage total trade investments;
  • Consolidate field plans – customer input in S&OP;
  • Ensure Brand standards/Brand DNA for channels are adhered to. E.g. consistent use of brand key visuals, customer activation themes aligned with brand activation;
  • Lead execution of plans & activities including customized offerings (incl. special packs, channel specific packs);
  • Analyze the ROI of the marketing activities executed with the customer;
  • Channel and Customer thought;
  • Responsible for implementing SHEQ and Security policies and management systems relevant to the role.

Key Requirements

  • Minimum 2 to 3 years relevant Customer Marketing experience;
  • 2 to 3 years Brand Building experience is ideal;
  • Customer Facing experience combined;
  • with Brand Building experience is ideal;
  • Two to three years Account management experience is an advantage.

Auto Electrician /Technician

May 16, 2018 Uncategorized

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Job Description

  • English – Written and spoken Portuguese – Written and spoken Computer Literate Previous site management experience.

Computer Skills

  • MS Access,MS Excel,MS Explorer.

 

Site Manager

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Job Description

English – Written and spoken Portuguese – Written and spoken Computer Literate Previous site management experience.

Computer Skills

MS Access,MS Excel,MS Explorer

Marketing & Convenience Manager

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Role synopsis

Reporting to the Lead Retail, the Marketing & Convenience Manager is responsible for developing & maintaining marketing and convenience strategies to meeting the organisational objectives.This includes:

  • Creating a competitive advantage for BP in selected markets through distinctive positioning.
  • Optimising brand strength to gain long term above market average demand for BP product and services.
  • Providing general inputs into the overall business strategy development processes.

Key accountabilities

  • Lead activities that develop the Marketing strategy (and associated implementation plans), focusing on the brand, offers and business development opportunities.
  • Develop strategic partnerships with suppliers and agencies to ensure optimum working efficiencies in all marketing and convenience programmes.
  • Develop key performance areas and ensure that the entire marketing unit performs well against these.
  • Manage Capex and Revex and monitor performance against approved plans.
  • Lead, motivate and coach the team by creating an enabling work environment that promotes and recognises individual and team efforts.
  • Assist the business to develop and implement strategies and marketing tactics to ensure that products and brands are positioned to capture/ maintain market leadership positions through stronger brand identity and awareness in the markets.
  • Drive the implementation of strategy and programmes including marketing, capabilities, people development, etc.

Essential Education

A tertiary education with an appropriate formal marketing qualification.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • 2-3 years of strategic and Marketing Management experience where 5 years should have been spent at a senior management level with the demonstrable track record.
  • Excellent creative, written and verbal communication skills
  • Organisation and Planning skills
  • Team leadership in a professional environment and networker
  • Excellent problem solving, decision making and judgement skills
  • Ability to work in a pressurised environment

Other Requirements

  • Fluency in Portuguese;
  • Knowledge of English would be an advantage.

About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 100,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

BP Southern Africa (BPSA) is part of the global BP group. The major markets of BPSA are in South Africa and Mozambique.

BPSA has 5 main businesses operating in Southern Africa:

  • The Southern Africa Fuels Value Chain (SA FVC), which is responsible for the refining, marketing, wholesaling and supply of liquid fuels;
  • Air BP, which supplies quality jet fuels to the aviation community;
  • BP Marine, a leading supplier of fuels, lubricants and technical services to the marine industry;
  • LPG, which supplies safe and reliable liquefied petroleum gas;
  • BP Lubricants, which markets and supplies high quality, high value lubricants, the most famous being the Castrol brand.

BPSA is a dynamic company that aims to attract and develop talent of high caliber. A career with BP is rewarding and challenging, and opportunities for further growth and development are abundant.

Trade Marketing Account Representative

May 15, 2018 Uncategorized

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Job purpose and key deliverables

We build distinctive brands that excite our consumers and satisfy their needs in a highly complex and competitive retail environment. Our trade marketing account representatives manage the tobacco business for a collection of accounts in a geographical area, implementing corporate plans, negotiating strategies and meeting business objectives.

Join us and you’ll act as a strategic partner to retailers, giving them expert advice and knowledge on products, pricing and a variety of other areas. Show us you’ve got what it takes to succeed and you’ll find plenty of challenge, opportunity and the support you need. As well as fantastic benefits, we’ll invest in your learning and development and give you continuous feedback and coaching to help you meet your full potential.

You will:

  • Own performance across your territory and maintain strong retailer relationships.
  • Plan visits, go to retailers, build strong business relationships, answer their questions, issues and concerns, and monitor contract compliance.
  • Implement cycle and regional/district activities to achieve national, regional, and district-level objectives.
  • Meet market demand for our products by maintaining inventory levels and hitting brand distribution targets.
  • Work on special projects with a team of trade marketing account representatives.

Essential requirements

You’ll be a graduate or equivalent in marketing, business, or a related field, with excellent sales, marketing and negotiation skills. With the drive to work independently and focus on results, you’ll be a strategic thinker with strong business acumen. Most of all, you’ll be a proven leader with the ability to create close working relationships with a wide variety of trade partners.

Desirable requirements

You’ll be travelling extensively across your territory to meet a wide variety of trade partners, so you’ll need to be prepared to spend a lot of time on the road.

Working at BAT

British American Tobacco is all about freedom of choice — whether it’s our people or our products. Combined with our entrepreneurial spirit, it’s what’s driven our phenomenal success.  We started trading tobacco over a hundred years ago. Today, we’re a multibillion dollar company with more than 200 brands in our portfolio. With robust positions in each of our regional markets, our future looks equally bright too.

There’s no doubt our industry is controversial — we’re the first to admit that. But rest assured, we take a responsible approach to our trade. In each of our markets, we observe every local law regarding tobacco (in many cases going further through our own voluntary code). Not only that, we treat our farmers fairly, invest in the environment and help to sustain local communities.

We also excel at developing our own people into leaders of the future. As an organisation with a high-performance culture, we’ll expect a lot from you. But we’ll support you every step of the way to help you deliver. If you’re passionate and ambitious, rapid career progression is a reality here. And because we’re such a large company (we employ more than 55,000 people worldwide), there are plenty of exciting opportunities for you to develop a truly extraordinary career.

Find out more

If you have the talent and expertise to make your mark in a global organisation that thrives on diversity, innovation and a commitment to helping people make the most of their abilities, find out more about working for us at www.bat.com

Plant Metallurgist (Mineral Sands Industry)

May 15, 2018 Uncategorized

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Plant Metallurgist

An international Mining house is looking for an experienced Plant Metallurgist.

Requirements

  • To optimize designated process efficiencies (dredge units, control room and general operational services both on and off plant) within set operating parameters to meet production plan requirements;
  • BSc. Btech or equivalent;
  • Relevant management qualification;
  • 7 – 10 years appropriate experience negotiable.

Serviceman: Millwright (Shovels)

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Introduction

Komatsu is a leading company within the mining & construction earth moving equipment industry. We are currently seeking a Serviceman: Millwright with Matric and a Trade Certificate (Millwright) with minimum 5 years experience on heavy earth moving equipment (Shovel experience) to join our Mozambique (Tete) Depot.

Description

  • Electrical and Mechanical maintenance and repair work on the related equipment as per the Service contract, including any other equipment as would be required to maintain in the area;
  • Maintenance and repair work in such a manner so as to maximise the availability of the equipment, and to ensure that the standard is as per the related maintenance schedule;
  • Assist with compilation of maintenance reports which are to be utilised when maintaining the equipment and ensure that these reports are utilised during maintenance;
  • Report any deviances to the Foreman timeously so that appropriate action can be taken;
  • Ensure that the required parts, tools and special tools are available during the services and repairs as planned, so that the repair and maintenance work can be done in the shortest possible time;
  • Ensure that the required parts, tools and special tools are available during the services and repairs as planned, so that the repair and maintenance work can be done in the shortest possible time;
  • Comply with legal environmental health and safety regulations, Komatsu environmental health and safety standards and customer specific environmental health and safety standards;
  • Ensure that the required tools and specials tools are safe to work with, are not lost or stolen and are maintained in a good and safe to use condition;
  • Ensure good housekeeping practices are maintained to reflect a positive perspective of Komatsu.

Recruitment and selection processes are managed according to Komatsu’s B-BBEE policies.

Internal applicants receive preference.

The successful candidate will be expected to pass a relevant medical examination, and agree to background checks.

Only online applications will be considered.

Profile

Qualifications:

  • Qualified Millwright
  • Minimum of N3 or equivalent qualification

Experience:

  • 5 years electrical drive truck experience
  • 5 years on related earth-moving equipment and mining experience
  • Minimum of 4-5 years shovel maintenance experience with proper trouble shooting experience

Specific Knowledge Requirements:

  • Exposure to earth moving machinery
  • Have good trouble shooting knowledge on machines & familiar with standard tool requirements.
  • Computer literate
  • Good understanding of maintenance Philosophy
  • Good communication and inter-personal skills
  • Valid driver’s licence

Solar-Powered Irrigation Consultant

May 15, 2018 Uncategorized

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Objectives/Purpose of the Assignment:

The consultant will be responsible for the preparation of feasibility studies for five (5) solar-powered irrigation farms in Manica province. The main purpose of the feasibility study is to provide GGGI with analyses and recommendations that will support FUNAE and relevant ministries in their decision-making with regard to the implementation of solar photovoltaics installation for irrigation farms. On review of the final report and the actual feasibility of the projects, FUNAE will implement the projects.

This feasibility study for each of the farms will entail:

  • Assessment of identified sites: review of the proposed project sites selected by GGGI, FUNAE and the respective ministries, and assess the community capability and investment contribution to the proposed project activity.
  • Socio-economic impact: forecast the impact of the proposed project activity on agriculture yield, farms’ revenue, gender equality and food security.
  • System Capacity: assess the energy demand and water requirements of each of the project sites.
  • Applicable Technology: review the available technology in the market and recommend the best technology for the project and fix the efficiency level of the equipment.
  • Cost Estimation: review all aspects of the project component and prepare a detailed breakdown of cost estimate of each component of each of the project sites.

Scope of Work:

The consultant will be expected to undertake the following general tasks:

Pre-Visit:

  • Participate in briefing and consultative meetings on the assignment in Maputo and in the field with GGGI and government officials.
  • Familiarize with the local energy context, the energy policies and national irrigation plans.
  • Determine, in consultation with the Project Manager, the most appropriate methods for conducting the feasibility study and preparatory work needed, planning work with Government counterparts in Manica province where appropriate.
  • Prepare plan for approval by GGGI and FUNAE incorporating: data collection methods, data collection instruments, resources required and plans to ensure ethical data collection.
  • Design and deliver comprehensive information for GGGI project staff (and partners) on key aspects of the feasibility study including how data will be collected (process, methods, and tools), analyzed, interpreted, and reported.

Visit:

  • Conduct project site visits and agreed methodology with the Project Manager, beneficiaries and stakeholders;
  • Data collection at the field level from target beneficiaries
  • Provide feedback to GGGI throughout visit and share summary of the study, observations, and recommendations with the project manager and key program staff;

Post-Visit:

  • System design and recommendations based on the data collected.
  • Debrief project management and the respective Ministries on the process and preliminary findings of the technical assessment
  • Prepare a draft report of the feasibility study report and share it with the Project Manager and team. The draft report will be subject to discussion by relevant program staff.
  • Prepare and submit comprehensive, well-structured report of the feasibility study.

Qualifications/Experience/Expertise

  • 8-15 years of relevant experience in water engineering, hydrology, soil assessment, renewable energy system design and design of irrigation facilities in Mozambique or countries with similar socio-economic context;
  • Master’s degree in engineering or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience;
  • Willingness and ability to travel to remote locations in Manica province, Mozambique;
  • Ability to participate in multi-disciplinary teams and to work independently;
  • Strong knowledge of key stakeholders in Mozambique energy and agriculture sector;
  • Fluency in English and Portuguese.

Graduate Engineering Training Program – GETP (LEAD)

May 14, 2018 Uncategorized

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About Us:

GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.

Role Summary:

Suitable candidates for this position will be included in a dedicated training program for being introduced to the position of Control and Instrumentation Field Service Engineer who will be in charge of site activities management including planning, assigning manpower resources and tools, providing technical assistance to complete the work scope according to contractual requirements.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Prepare field services jobs and interventions with the project managers based in the BHGE Oil & Gas offices.
  • Assist Start-up Engineer during the commissioning phase ensuring proper and safe operation of the machine.
  • Write accurate professional reports acting as single point of contact between Customers and GE Oil & Gas Headquarter concerning technical issues and interfacing with all involved functions.
  • Use company e-tools to retrieve technical documents and management of packing list, bill of material and drawings.
  • Ensure all in-field activities are carried out safely complying with company Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) guidelines and procedures.
  • As a specialist in either Gas Turbines or Centrifugal Compressors or Reciprocating Compressors or Steam Turbines You will:
  • Lead and execute foundation and soft foot check and adjustments.
  • Lead and execute assembly/installation and alignment of the equipment.
  • Lead and execute independently inspection of the above-mentioned equipment.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Mechanical Engineer Degree or Technical degree/or equivalent.
  • 0 to 2 years experience in a technical role.
  • Availability to execute activities worldwide (on and off-shore).
  • Ability to read technical drawings/schematics.
  • Basic knowledge of rotating equipment installation/maintenance; philosophy of Gas Turbines OR Centrifugal Compressors, OR Reciprocating Compressors, OR Steam Turbines and their auxiliaries (lube oil system, fuel gas system, seal gas system, steam system etc…).
  • Basic theoretical physical/thermodynamic fundamentals.
  • Familiarity with common PC software tools.
  • Strong analytic and problem-solving skills.
  • Good interpersonal & organizational skills.
  • Fluent English language.
  • Must have valid authorization to work full-time without any restriction in the role’s location.

Desired Characteristics:

  • Basic knowledge of industrial Instruments and actuators
  • Basic knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers PLC.

Quality Assurence Manager

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A wonderful opportunity exists for a QA Manager who is keen to broaden their scope, widen their knowledge-base and relocate to beautiful Mozambique (if you’re not fortunate enough to already be there!).  This person will organise and lead the quality function of this manufacturing operation throughout the country.

 Minimum requirements:

  • Degree in Engineering / Food Tech / Microbiology / (post-grad)
  • Further training in QA
  • Trained assessor of Quality Systems
  • 15 years’ experience in food processing + 5 years’ experience in a qa management role
  • Working experience outside of SA, in Africa
  • English and Portuguese (speak and understand fluently)

 Some functions of the role:

  • Develop a Quality Strategy for the manufacturing operations
  • Implement QMS throughout – monitor, audit
  • Ensure compliance
  • Train, develop, mentor and grow the team through knowledge-sharing

Highly competitive package available for the right person that shares the vision of the company where the people ARE the company and has a passion for Africa, the people of Africa and a commitment to sharing knowledge.

  • Permanent contract
  • Accommodation
  • Health insurance
  • Declaration of cost based on zero based budget principle
  • Company computer and telephone

Baseline Study (Consultant)

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1.Project Overview

Over the last decade, Mozambique has shown impressive economic growth but with 60% of the population living on less than US$2 a day and ranked 181 out of 188 countries on the 2016 Human Development Index (HDI), it is still among the poorest countries in the world. Mozambique also ranks 139 out of 159 countries on the Gender Inequality Index (GII) primarily as a result of high adolescent birth rates, high maternal mortality rates and low female participation in secondary schooling. In all, approximately 23% of the population are adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19. In Zambézia province, the onset of sexual activity is under the national average (15.5 years of age for females and 16.3 years for males, compared to 16.1 and 17.1 nationally), which is associated with low levels of education, poverty, and the cultural practice of child and early forced marriage (CEFM), especially in rural areas (DHS, 2011).

Within the country, Zambézia has some of the worst health outcomes while also having the third lowest budget for health per capita, resulting in a lack of quality health services and infrastructure. In Zambézia, the infant mortality rate is 95 per 1,000 live births compared to 64 nation-wide, the fertility rate is 6.8 compared to 5.9 nationally, and 41% of adolescent girls (15-19) already have a child or are pregnant (37.5% nationally). The province also has the lowest secondary school net attendance rate (11%) in the country (DHS 2011). The HIV prevalence among young women (15-24), is one of the highest in the country with 14.3% (9.8% national average), compared to 4.5% for boys (1.5% national) (IMASIDA, 2015).

In response to the significant SRHR needs of adolescent boys and girls in Zambézia, the Ungumi MaMu project is directly aligned with the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) priority to address these specific needs as outlined in the draft Integrated Adolescent and School Health Strategy and the Family Planning and Contraception Strategy 2010-2015 (2020), where adolescents and youth are identified as one of three target groups. The project will contribute to Goal 3 of the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, ‘Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’ as well as Goal 5, ‘Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’ which includes ending CEFM and ensuring ASRHR are fulfilled. The project is also aligned with Global Affairs Canada (GAC) gender equality and feminist policy

For more information on the project description and outcomes, please see the Annex A.

2. Baseline Objectives

A baseline study will be conducted in Zambezia province in the districts selected for implementation. The key objectives of this baseline are as follows:

  • Provide a general sex and age disaggregated profile of the target population (adolescents, their families, key influencers in schools and communities), including:
  • Conduct a Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) survey on ASRHR among adolescents, their family members, and influencers in communities and schools
  • Map the availability, access and constraints to quality youth and adolescent friendly ASRHR
  • Identify key practices and barriers perpetuated by segments of the population that effect ASRHR beliefs and practices
  • Outline the various structural and social elements in schools that favour or disfavour equal engagement, with special attention to those effecting menstrual hygiene management and adolescent pregnancies
  • Conduct a social norm diagnostic covering the following areas:
  • Power dynamics at the household and community levels;
  • Distribution of resources at the household level (access to and control over);
  • Roles and responsibilities of women, girls, men and boys;
  • Cultural and religious taboos, myths and beliefs;
  • Knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding sexual and reproductive health and rights, and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV)
  • Identify the benchmarks for the Ungumi MaMu intended outcomes, against a set of approved indicators;
  • Provide information for setting realistic and achievable targets for the four and half year project;
  • Provide evidence on key contextual factors, particularly related to gender equality, and verify Save the Children’s understanding of the situation in Ungumi MaMu intervention areas in the Zambézia.

Save the Children Mozambique Country Office (SC), Save the Children Canada (SCC), and the donor (Global Affairs Canada, GAC) will be the primary users of the baseline data, although reports may be shared among other stakeholders with prior approval, including the national and sub-national level of government, partner NGOs, and communities and schools.

3.Methodology

Throughout the project cycle, outcomes will be measured through a mix approach (quantitative and qualitative), beginning with the quantitative survey.

3.1 Data Collection Tools

Data collection tools will include:

  • A quantitative household survey that will be administered with:
  • Adolescent girls and boys (10-19) in Zambézia stratified by age (10-14, 15-19) and current status of education (in or out of school);
  • Male and female head of households, parents, influential community members, and the spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19) if married;

A quantitative school and health facility questionnaire will be administered with:

  • Primary schools targeted for the boys and girls (10-14);
  • Primary and secondary health facilities utilized by cluster populations, stratified by type of health facility;
  • Service providers at the referral health facilities of the target communities and schools, with a particular focus on the Adolescent and Youth Friendly Services (SAAJ), where they exist.

Focused group discussions with

  • Primary school teachers (male and female)
  • Child parliament members

A qualitative key informant interviews and focussed group discussions with:

  • Education, health, and the sectors of government that manage cases of child rights abuse, including S/GBV, child marriage, etc.
  • Key community members, including administrative and religious leaders, those who conduct initiation rites ceremonies, traditional healers, traditional birth attendants, community health workers)

Qualitative analysis of social norms (to understand the power dynamics) will be administered with

  • Adolescent girls and boys (10-19) in Zambézia stratified by age (10-14, 15-19) and current status of education (in or out of school);
  • Male and female head of households, parents, influential community members, and the spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14 and 15-19) if married.

See the Annex B for information on the PMF indicators that are to be collected through the household survey and health facility survey, respectively.

3.2 Sampling

Sample sites will be selected through a stratified multi-stage cluster sample design. Strata will be selected at the country level, and will include key characteristics and factors expected to impact progress towards outcome (i.e. geographic location, socio-economic features, etc.)

3.2.1 Sampling for Household Survey

The proposed sample sizes will have 95% confidence interval, enabling results to be generalized to the project intervention areas. An additional 10 percent sample of households will be included to address non-respondents or incomplete questionnaires.

Several key populations have been identified for data collection for the Ungumi MaMu project:

  1. Adolescent girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14; 15-19);
  2. Male and female head of households, parents, community members, and spouse of each age sub-group of girls and boys, stratified by age (10-14; 15-19);

3.2.2. Sampling for Primary schools and Health Facility Questionnaire

The primary schools and health facilities will be selected through a purposive sample, corresponding to the community clusters where the household survey is conducted. The exact sample size will be determined in consultation with Save the Children Mozambique and consultant but is not expected to exceed 1-2 facilities per cluster.

Note: It is recommended that enumerators responsible for conducting the education and health facility questionnaire have a relevant background and knowledge of gender equality and gender-based barriers to participation.

4. Scope of Work for the Consultancy

The Consultant will be the lead national technical consultant for this baseline study in Mozambique, with a focus on:

  • Reviewing the protocol and survey instruments, providing inputs based on previous similar experience including finalizing the design and sampling methodology
  • Translating the protocol and data collection tools into Portuguese
  • Submission of the protocol and instruments to the provincial bioethics committee
  • Finalizing the selection of the sample clusters
  • Uploading the quantitative survey instruments into a cloud-based platform and onto smart phones or tablets for the enumerators;
  • Conducting all recruitment, training and supervision of enumerators and supervisors required to complete the assignment efficiently, including a piloting of the instruments and last- minute adjustments as needed for improved comprehension of the target population; verifying the enumerators ability to use the smart phones/ tablets and data recording devices for those who are conducting focus group interviews. Enumerators must speak the local language
  • Organizing all the logistics required for the survey teams, including the rental of vehicles and drivers
  • Leading the implementation of high quality gender sensitive data collection on all PMF indicators at the levels stipulated above
  • Verifying data quality as it is being uploaded into the cloud-based platform
  • Transcribing focus group discussions
  • Preparing clean data analysis tables of the household survey, education facilities, and the health facility questionnaire data, with disaggregation to be determined in consultation with Save the Children, but at a minimum, by sex and age (10-14; 15-19).
  • Providing translated transcripts from qualitative interviews;
  • Share a draft report for SC and SCC’s feedback;
  • Finalize the report based on feedback.

The Consultant will report directly to the Save the Children’s MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning) focal point in Mozambique, who will be responsible for overseeing the overall baseline study process. The Consultant will also collaborate closely with the SCC Senior MEAL advisor and the project manager, who are tasked with providing harmonized leadership and technical oversight on the baseline study.

5. Deliverables, Time Frame and Level of Effort

The period of the contract will be from May to July 31, 2018 with an expected contribution of approximately three months as per agreed upon timeline.

 

Table 1 Tentative timelines for the consultant

Deliverables

May-18

June-18

July-18

Aug-18

Wk-1

Wk-2

Wk-3

Wk-1

Wk-2

Wk-3

Wk-4

Wk-4

Wk-1

Wk-2

Wk-3

Wk-4

Wk-1

Wk-2

Wk-3

Proposal Submission Deadline

Contract Awarded

Conduct review of all documents

Protocol and survey instruments finalized and submitted to the Zambezia bioethics committee;

Survey instruments uploaded into cloud-based platform and onto smart phones/ tablets;

Conduct enumerator selection;

Prepare all logistical arrangements for data collection; submit final data collection schedule to SC;

Prepare and conduct enumerator training, including field testing all instruments using smart phones/ tablets and methodology for focus group interview (7 days);

Conduct data collection, have routine discussions with SC’s MEAL focal point regarding data quality as data are being uploaded into the platform;

Transcribe focal group discussions and translate them into Portuguese;

Submit the data bases and transcribed focal group discussions to the MEAL focal point;

Submit the draft report to SC for review;

Incorporate the combined feedback from SC and submit the final report.

6. Qualifications of Consultant(s)

  • Minimum of 7 years of experience in coordinating and administering baseline/endline studies, including gender-sensitive data collection and entry, data management and storage, preferably for international non-profit organizations or multilateral agencies with preference for studies in Adolescents sexual reproductive health programs;
  • Demonstrated experience in training, facilitation and supervising survey enumerators and data entry team to collect and enter data as per high quality standards;
  • Demonstrated experience in establishing cloud-based systems and working with smart phones or tablets;
  • Demonstrated experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis, particularly as it relates to social norms i.e. power dynamics between male and female members, decision making, access to and control of resources, and others;
  • Knowledge and experience with adolescent programming, specifically ASRHR, social norm change, policies and services systems in Mozambique;
  • Knowledge of and experience with gender equality and measuring gender sensitive/transformative programming;
  • Fluency in English, Portuguese (spoken and written) and good understanding of the local language spoken in the Zambezia target districts is a requirement;
  • Ability to produce high quality work under tight timeframes;
  • Ability to work jointly with the Save the Children Mozambique office and integrate feedback as required;
  • Prior experience working on evaluations for Canadian Government (GAC/CIDA/DFATD) considered an advantage.

7. Application Package and Procedures

Applications for the consultancy must include following components, for a total of no more than 15 pages (not including appendices, CVs, etc.):

  1. Detailed technical proposal clearly demonstrating a thorough understanding of this ToR and including the following:

i. Demonstrate previous experience in coordinating and administering studies of a similar nature, including experience with the implementation of data collection activities that are gender-responsive, adolescent-friendly and respect child safeguarding principles;

ii. Propose a plan for surveying the projected sample population, with adequate consideration for timing of household surveys, travel cost per team of enumerators, supervision of enumeration teams, and quality control;

iii. Propose steps to be taken for enumerator training, piloting/translation of tools, data collection, spot checking, data entry and management;

iv. A proposed timeframe detailing activities and a schedule/work plan (including a Gantt chart) with the proposed number of enumerators, size of enumerator teams and total number of days in the field bearing in mid the tight deliverable timeframe; and

v. Team composition (including sex-disaggregation) and level of effort of each proposed team member, if applicable.

  1. financial proposal[1]** with a detailed breakdown of costs for the study:

i. Consultancy fees/costs for all team members

ii. Enumerator training and data collection expenses, including all logistics (vehicle rentals, etc)

iii. Administrative expenses

  1. Curriculum Vitae(s) of all proposed staff outlining relevant experience.
  2. Names and contact information of three references who can be contacted regarding relevant experience.
  3. A copy of a previous report of a similar nature undertaken on: a) baseline study; OR b) endline study.
  4. A Consulting Firm profile (if applicable).

The proposal will be scored on both technical (methodology) and financial (budget) aspects weighted at 70% and 30% respectively. Complete applications should be submitted electronically to the following address with the subject line of: ‘UNGUMI MAMU Baseline Study Application’ either by email or on a flash drive to the following:

Save the Children Mozambique

Rua de Tchamba Nr. 398

Maputo; Mozambique

 

8. Disclosure/Ownership of Information

All ownership and copyright for the data collected is held by the UNGUMI MAMU project Save the Children Mozambique. It is understood and agreed that the Consultant shall, during and after the effective period of the contract, treat as confidential and not divulge, unless authorized in writing by Save the Children Mozambique, any information obtained in the course of the performance of the assignment. Information will be made available for the consultants on a need‑to‑know basis.

9. Supervision/Management of Assignment

The Consultant will be required to work closely with the Save the Children Mozambique country office and Senior MEAL Adviser Save the Children Canada. The Consultant will be directly accountable to the Save the Children Mozambique MEAL focal point. The Consultant will keep the Save the Children Mozambique’s MEAL focal point continually informed on the progress of the assignment through updates via email and skype conferences.

10. Payment Schedule

Payment schedule is proposed as follows:

  • 30% payment upon successful finalization of protocol and instruments and uploading of all materials into the cloud-based platform; recruitment of enumerator; and submission of implementation schedule
  • 40% payment upon successful training and data collection
  • 30% payment upon submission of final report submission

11. About Save the Children Mozambique

Since 2003, Save the Children Mozambique has worked in Zambézia in partnership with the MoH and the Provincial Directorate of Health (DPS) to improve maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health outcomes at the community and facility level, including the three districts within this proposed initiative. The Ungumi MaMu project responds to a request from the DPS to build on SC’s existing government partnerships and community health platforms to invest in addressing the high maternal, child and neonatal mortality rates through a comprehensive ASRHR program

Save the Children has been present in Mozambique since since 1986, with offices in the provinces of Maputo, Gaza, Manica, Sofala, Zambezia, Nampula and Tete. We have been implementing projects in different areas development across the country in partnership with the provincial and district governments and national and international civil society organizations.

12. Safeguarding

Save the Children is committed to actively safeguarding children from harm and ensuring children’s rights to safeguarding are fully realized, and that representatives of Save the Children never abuse their power to exploit or abuse (sexually, economically, etc.) people in project locations. It takes seriously the commitment to promote child safeguarding practices and protect children from harm, abuse, neglect and any form of exploitation as they come into contact with Save the Children supported interventions. In addition, positive action will be taken to prevent child abusers from becoming involved with the study in any way and take stringent measures against any staff and/or associate who abuses a child. Decisions and actions in response to child safeguarding concerns will be guided by the principle of ‘the best interests of the child’. Further, Save the Children recognises that its staff and volunteers are likely to find themselves in a position of power related to project beneficiaries and other stakeholders. Consequently, specific measures will be taken to prevent of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) of project beneficiaries and other stakeholders.

As such, the study must ensure appropriate, safe, non-discriminatory participation; stressing the views of all young girls, boys, (10-19 years) be collected; a process of free and un-coerced consent and withdrawal; confidentiality and anonymity of participants. Environments and working methods should be adapted to youth capacities; time and resources should be made available to ensure that youth are adequately prepared and have the confidence and opportunity to contribute their views. The consultant, all enumerators, and all those coming in contact with children will undergo a training that will cover child safeguarding and PSEA.

 

13. Disclosure of Information

It is understood and agreed that the Consultant(s) shall, during and after the effective period of the contract, treat as confidential and not divulge, unless authorized in writing by Save the Children, any information obtained in the course of the performance of the Contract. Information will be made available for the consultants on a need‑to‑know basis. Any necessary field visits will be facilitated by Save the Children staff.

Annex A. UNGUMI MAMU Summary

Project Name

Ungumi MaMuing (Improving the sexual and reproductive health and rights for adolescent girls and boys)

Project Background

The ultimate outcome of the proposed Ungumi MaMu project – Improved sexual and reproductive health and rights for rural adolescent girls and boys in and out of school in the districts of Milange, Morrumbala, and Derre in Zambezia province – will be achieved through three interrelated intermediate outcomes (IO) that come together as a high impact comprehensive and integrated program to redress the conditions that have perpetuated poor access of adolescent girls and boys to high-quality, gender-sensitive and adolescent-friendly SRHR services and information.

More specifically, IO 1100 ‘Improved equitable access to high quality, gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information for rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) in health facilities, primary schools, and communities’ aims at enhancing the supply of high quality ASRHR services and information through a series of platforms thus ensuring that adolescent boys and girls have access to a comprehensive package of services and information close to their homes. The focus of IO 1200 – ‘Enhanced use of gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information in health facilities, schools and communities by rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19)’ – is to increase the demand for ASRHR services and information by mobilizing adolescent girls and boys to access SRHR services and information as well as reduce the social and cultural barriers that may prevent them from seeking the services. Finally, IO 1300, ‘Reduced gender based discrimination in the implementation of health policies at provincial and district levels for equitable access of adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) to quality (i.e. gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly) ASRHR services and information’ seeks to build an enabling policy environment that reduces the gender based discrimination that adolescent girls and boys face in realizing their right to SRH. This will be achieved by improving the capacity of child-led organizations to advocate for their rights and increasing the evidence for policy makers to make informed decisions. The design of this initiative is based on SC’s Theory of Change which is built on four pillars – build partnerships, be the innovator, be the voice, and achieve results at scale – to create sustainable improvements in the lives of girls and boys and catalyze change at scale.

Project Beneficiaries

Adolescent ages 10-19 (including adolescent girls and boys 10-14 (within schools); adolescent girls and boys 15-19 (out of schools)

Overall Project Objectives

Ultimate Outcome

Improved sexual and reproductive health and rights for rural adolescent girls and boys in and out of school in the districts of Milange, Morrumbala, and Derre in Zambezia province.

Intermediate Outcomes

  • Improved equitable access to high quality gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information for rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) in health facilities, primary schools, and communities.
  • Enhanced use of gender-sensitive adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information in health facilities, primary schools and communities by rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19).
  • Reduced gender based discrimination in the implementation of health policies at provincial and district levels for equitable access of adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) to quality ASRHR services and information.

Immediate Outcomes

  • Strengthened ability of male and female FB-HCPs at the district and peripheral level to provide gender-sensitive adolescent friendly SRH services (10-19)
  • Health facilities equipped for providing quality (gender-sensitive, adolescent friendly) ASRH services (10-19)
  • Improved capacity of FB-HCPs, peer educators and hygiene committee representatives to deliver gender-sensitive adolescent friendly SRH services and information in communities and schools for adolescent girls and boys (10-14;15-19)
  • Increased ability of male and female change agents in communities to challenge social and cultural barriers to adolescent girls and boys (10-14;15-19) realizing their right to SRH
  • Improved knowledge of primary school adolescent girls and boys (10-14) on SRHR
  • Improved knowledge of out of school adolescent girls and boys (15-19) on SRHR
  • Increased ability of children’s parliaments (i.e. female and male adolescent representatives) to advocate to provincial and district authorities to address gender based discrimination in the implementation of policies for ASRHR
  • Increased knowledge and technical capacity of provincial and district government authorities to recognize gender barriers that impede the realization of adolescent girls’ right to SRH and adjust implementation of their policies

Specific Project Location/

Implementation Areas

The project will be implemented in the following locations:

Province:

Zambezia

Districts:

Milange, Morrumbala, and Derre

Annex B. Performance Measurement Framework (PMF[MS1] )

EXPECTED RESULTS

(from Logic Model)

INDICATORS

(Gender and Environment where possible)

TARGETS

(including time range, where possible)

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

Household Survey

School and Health Facility Survey

Ultimate Outcome

1000

Improved sexual and reproductive health and rights for rural adolescent girls and boys in and out of school in the districts of Milange, Morrumbala, and Derre in Zambezia province

Intermediate Outcomes

1100

Improved equitable access to high quality gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information for rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) in health facilities, primary schools, and communities

% of HFs providing gender-sensitive and adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information, including outreach activities

80% of target HFs provide gender-sensitive & adolescent friendly ARSHR services;

Health facilities

% of adolescent girls and boys who report increased satisfaction with the quality of SRHR services and information (by sex)

50% increase (girls)& 40% increase (boys)(TBC after baseline with the objective of closing the gender gap)

Beneficiaries (adolescent girls and boys)

1200

Enhanced use of gender-sensitive adolescent friendly ASRHR services and information in health facilities, primary schools and communities by rural adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19)

# of adolescents who received SRHR services and information in HFs, including outreach activities (by sex and age)

Twofold increase for boys 10-19 and threefold increase for girls 10-19;

Health facilities

% of adolescent girls who report increased confidence to make decisions on their SRH (e.g. delay pregnancies) (by age)

25% increase from girls 10-14, 30% increase for adolescent boys

Beneficiaries (adolescent girls and boys)

1300

Reduced gender based discrimination in the implementation of health policies at provincial and district levels for equitable access of adolescent girls and boys (10-14; 15-19) to quality ASRHR services and information

% of CP representatives who took part in consultation on ASRHR with government authorities (by sex and age)

80% of CP representatives (50% girls) have participated in at least one consultation;

CP representatives,

# of decisions made at district and provincial level to remove gender barriers to SRHR services and information for adolescent girls & boys

3 decisions made at district or provincial level

district and provincial authorities

Immediate Outcomes

1110 Strengthened ability of male and female FB-HCPs at the district and peripheral level to provide gender-sensitive adolescent friendly SRH services (10-19)

1120 Health facilities equipped for providing quality (gender-sensitive, adolescent friendly) ASRH services (10-19)

1130 Improved capacity of FB-HCPs, peer educators and hygiene committee representatives to deliver gender-sensitive adolescent friendly SRH services and information in communities and schools for adolescent girls and boys (10-14;15-19)

1210

Increased ability of male and female change agents in communities to challenge social and cultural barriers to adolescent girls and boys (10-14;15-19) realizing their right to SRH

1220

Improved knowledge of primary school adolescent girls and boys (10-14) on SRHR

1230

Improved knowledge of out of school adolescent girls and boys (15-19) on SRHR

1310

Increased ability of children’s parliaments (i.e. female and male adolescent representatives) to advocate to provincial and district authorities to address gender based discrimination in the implementation of policies for ASRHR

1320

Increased knowledge and technical capacity of provincial and district government authorities to recognize gender barriers that impede the realization of adolescent girls’ right to SRH and adjust implementation of their policies

[1] Notes: 1) In-country transportation to be organized and budgeted by the Consultant; 2) Enumerator training (including venue, materials, refreshments) to be organized (with Save the Children Mozambique’s guidance) and budgeted by the Consultant.

[MS1]Indicator(s) for ultimate outcome and immediate outcomes need to be set as soon as possible. However the targets for these indicators could be set right after we have BL results

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In this position you will manage the resort creating memorable experiences for the guests while achieving targeted results and maintaining high level of employees’ engagement in a remote environment.

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Role synopsis

The Territory Manager Retail will be responsible for driving business performance in the Value Chain within the Retail Channel in a defined geography to ensure superior execution of fuel sales offers by ensuring business profitability and adherence to the highest HSSE and operating standards. Additional offers such as Convenience sales may form a part of the Territory Manager’s responsibility.

Key accountabilities

  • Spend 80% of the time interacting with business partners and provide expert knowledge and support to ensure operational excellence and standard application of operating standards.
  • Monitor key performance indicators and performance trends and determine appropriate actions to address any issues to optimise the business and deliver best-in-class customer service.
  • To execute all programmes that are developed by other functions to ensure BP achieves /maintain its leadership position in the market.
  • To act as a professional advisor and assume leadership between BP and it’s customer base to ensure that the Company’s operating and HSSE standards are met and ,in so doing, derive maximum value from our capital investments.
  • To ensure House-keeping is maintained at all retail sites via daily water checks & record system to be checked weekly or monthly on visits
  • To support the Petrol Guarantee/Customer Complain Process
  • To log all quality events and accepted customer complaints into Traction and close the actions as necessary
  • Timeously close or develop plans to close actions identified during Retail Site QC Assessments.

Essential Education

A tertiary qualification in business/ marketing or sales discipline is desirable.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • Minimum of 4 to 6 years of working experience within a Sales environment.
  • Self-motivated and performance driven with a passion for excellence.

Desirable criteria and qualifications

  • Skilful application in the ability to work in ways that achieve remarkable performance.
  • Skilful application in the ability to embrace the changing business environment.
  • Basic application in the ability to willingly take the lead when needed.
  • Expert in the ability to work with others to make a real difference.
  • Skilful application in the ability to make informed and effective decisions.
    Basic application in the ability to create innovative solutions to business challenges

About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 100,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

BP Southern Africa (BPSA) is part of the global BP group. The major markets of BPSA are in South Africa and Mozambique.

BPSA has 5 main businesses operating in Southern Africa:
– The Southern Africa Fuels Value Chain (SA FVC), which is responsible for the refining, marketing, wholesaling and supply of liquid fuels;
– Air BP, which supplies quality jet fuels to the aviation community;
– BP Marine, a leading supplier of fuels, lubricants and technical services to the marine industry;
– LPG, which supplies safe and reliable liquefied petroleum gas;
– BP Lubricants, which markets and supplies high quality, high value lubricants, the most famous being the Castrol brand.

BPSA is a dynamic company that aims to attract and develop talent of high caliber. A career with BP is rewarding and challenging, and opportunities for further growth and development are abundant.

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