The ILO's Impact Insurance Facility is looking for suitable candidates to take up a fellowships with an innovation partner in Mozambique. The fellow will be leading the project activities and supporting the implementation of Moçambique Previdente’s microinsurance strategy.
The Facility’s Fellowship Programme encourages professionals with substantial experience in the insurance industry to use their expertise to effectively provide insurance to low-income markets. The Facility sponsors this fellowship as part of its partnership with Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç), through which it works with organizations to strengthen their insurance offerings by providing research and innovation support.
The fellow will be leading the project activities and supporting the implementation of Moçambique Previdente’s microinsurance strategy.
Description of duties and expected outputs:
Market research and segmentation for low income clients
Designing of new insurance products for the low income segment in collaboration with NBC Mozambique Micro Insurance
Identifying and developing partnerships for distribution of microinsurance
Developing internal operational processes (premium collection, client servicing, claims) to deliver products in a cost effective way through alternative distribution channels
Designing marketing and communication plans to target specific market segments. Assist in dissemination strategies like SMS, website, workshops and media campaigns. Collaboration in the development of financial education activities.
Supporting capacity development initiatives for the organization and its partners through the development of manuals and trainings
Data creation and analysis to improve decision making in the project implementation
Project monitoring and evaluation
HOW TO APPLY:
Fellowship applicants are kindly requested to submit their CVs along with a cover letter emphasizing they commitment and specific experience related to this fellowship description. CV and the cover letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23 September 2016 (midnight CEST). Applications received after this date will not be considered.