ITA, Project Manager Renewable Energy

In view of the further development of its activities BTC is currently looking for a (m/f):
BTC International TA, Project Manager (PM) Renewable Energy
Ref.: MOZ/14/030-1
Location: Maputo, MOZAMBIQUE
Duration of the contract: 36 months extendable
Probable starting date: as soon as possible
Monthly salary package: between 5633 euro and 7980 euro (this includes the gross monthly salary and the expat benefits: hardship allowance and expat allowance). The salary is calculated, depending on the composition of the family and the number of years of relevant experience.
BTC will recruit a ITA (international technical assistant) with international experience in Capacity Development and change management.
He/she will serve as the overall technical advisor of the project. He will be the BTC representative within the project technical framework. He will act as a technical co-manager and support joint decision-making. The ITA will be based within the MIREME (Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy) which will host the Project Management Unit (PMU).
He/she will be responsible for assuring coherence between the different types of assistance foreseen in the intervention but also for assuring that the different activities of the intervention contribute to the achievement of the Specific Objective. Moreover, he/she is responsible for generating support within the Ministry for the change process through internal communication, negotiation, networking with key change agents, coaching etc.
He/she will also support the MIREME Change manager in introducing the developed product(s) in MIREME and assuring that the organization (and individual staff members) are able to use the developed product(s).
All technical assistance should be first and foremost transformational, with at least 75% of all technical assistance time devoted to capacity building activities.
All technical assistance provided will be concerned primarily with the transfer of capacity to the Government of Mozambique by building skills and capabilities of local staff and/or developing systems and procedures.
Main duties and responsibilities
The ITA has final responsibility for the achievement of the objectives of the Capacity Development MIREME intervention. Areas of responsibility include (but are not limited to) the following areas:
• Accompany, support and guide the comprehensive baseline study for the entire intervention
• Integration management with a focus on scope and quality management areas
• Support MIREME management in the organizational change through coaching and mentoring of involved staff
• Provide strategic guidance and coaching to all actors involved in the intervention
• Provide technical advice/coaching related to capacity development
• Support the participatory planning process through active participation in the dialogue, advice on capacity building issues relevant to the project specific objective and expected results
• Provide technical input into the preparation of terms of reference for the various studies and capacity building activities subcontracted and support the implementing agency to ensure their adequate implementation
• Support and provide technical advice for recruitment of specific technical international and national expertise required for the project implementation
• Ensure coherence and coordination of project strategies and activities for areas related to capacity building together with the other DPs within the Ministry
• Support, develop and implement a project monitoring and evaluation plan
He/she will also, in close coordination with the MIREME Change Manager:
• Play a role in facilitating the change by paying attention to signs of resistance and developing strategies to overcome this resistance together with involved staff
• Organize, coordinate and technically supervise the implementation of project activities (including the comprehensive baseline) in accordance with the approved work plans
• Attend and prepare the Steering Committee (SC) meetings on a regular basis
• Contribute to the operations reports to be submitted to the SC
• Report quarterly to the BTC representative
• Contribute to the preparation of financial and procurement planning and budgeted work plans
• Establish and maintain good working relationships with project participants, counterpart agencies, donors and other relevant organizations and government agencies
• Share information about the project with other organizations and agencies as needed
• Liaise and co-ordinate project activities with other relevant technical assistance projects
The TA profile will include: 
• Relevant Master degree
• 10 year professional experience in supporting change processes in public organizations
• Professional experience in developing countries is a strong asset
• Experience  of governance, institutional strengthening, change management and capacity building principles, strategies and techniques
• Excellent planning, management and organizational skills
• High level of interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with a diverse range of groups
• Demonstrated capacity to work independently as well as contribute positively in a team environment
• Capacity to negotiate and manage conflicts
• Strong coaching and mentoring skills
• Excellent communication and report writing skills
• A high level of computer literacy, including Word, Excel, Internet, E-mail, Power Point
• Excellent English and Portuguese
• Sensitivity to gender and environment issues

Please apply no later than August  28th 2016, through our website www.btcctb.org.
If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at +32 (0)2/505 37 90.
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