Sustainable Agriculture Kigoma Regional Project (SAKIRP) 1. National Technical Advisor for Business Development & Marketing; (1 position) 2. National Technical Advisor for Gender and Capacity Building; (1 position) 3. National Technical Advisor for Monitoring & Evaluation; (1 position) 4. National Technical Advisor for Farmer Field School, Farmers Organizations & Empowerment; (1 position) 5. Administration and Finance Officer. (AFO)
Duty Station: Kigoma
The Belgian Development Agency, BTC, mobilizes its resources and its expertise to eliminate poverty in the world. BTC contributes to the efforts of the international community and works towards a society that provides present and future generations with sufficient resources to build a sustainable and fair world. The SAKIRP project aims to support agricultural development in Kigoma through a pro-poor value chain approach. The Overall objective is: Local economic development and wellbeing of smallholders is improved in Kigoma region through sustainable agriculture development. The Specific objective is: Smallholders' income is increased and diversified in Kigoma region. The project will facilitate value chain development (Cassava & Beans) through organizing and empowering smallholders and linking them with traders, facilitating value chain financing, strengthening value chain service provision, market intelligence and multi stakeholder processes. Gender equity in the development of value chains will be of great emphasis. The 5-year project will start in July 2016. Project's coordination team is based at the Kigoma Regional Secretariat, led by a National Project Coordinator from RS office and a BTC employed International Project Manager. The coordination team will further comprise of 4 BTC employed National Technical Advisors, One International advisor, and several international and national support staff. In each district in Kigoma there shall be a project District focal person (DFP) appointed by DED. Now, BTC seeks to recruit for the above mentioned National Technical Advisors and Administration & Finance Officer for the Project Implementation Unit (PIU). Expected Starting Date: 1st July 2016; Duration: 4 years
Basic Functions & Responsibilities: The staffs are employed by the BTC Resident Representative. They are under the• supervision and leadership of the Project Coordinator (PC) and Project Manager (PM) with the following responsibilities:
2. National Technical Advisor for Gender & Capacity Building
Ensure gender issues are taken into account in project and value chain planning, monitoring and evaluation. Enhance gender mainstreaming in the value chains in collaboration with PIU, regional district and other implementing partners and service providers. Ensure capacity building and hands-on support to all chain actors.
Detailed Terms of Reference for each of the positions can be viewed at https://btctanzania.wordpress.com/;
Deadline for applications is 4pm on Friday 24th June 2016 and applications must include Maximum 1 page signed cover letter explaining why you consider, yourself to be the best fit for the position. 2. A CV indicating your : relevant skills and experiences, and 3 Copies of relevant certificates. Please send applications by registered mail to "Resident. Representation, BTC Representation, 1271 Haile Selassie Avenue Oysterbay, P.O. Box 23209, Dar es Salaam. Attention Project Manager and Co-Manager. Or e-mail (max 2 MB) to representation.tan @btcctb.org. Letters and emails should clearly indicate which position you are 'applying for on the envelope or for • emails in the Subject line. Late applications will not be considered. Only short listed applicants will be notified.