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Project Manager Enterprise Development E4D/SOGA
As an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, the federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its development-policy objectives.
GIZ is looking to fill the position of Project Manager Enterprise Development in the Employment and Skills for Eastern Africa Program (E4D/SOGA) in Tanzania.

Duty station: Dar es Salaam
Terms of the Contract: Fixed term contract.
Responsibilities
The project manager is responsible for
  • Implementing and managing E4D’s enterprise development portfolio with the senior project manager
  • Steering and monitoring existing enterprise development projects that are implemented by third parties for GIZ E4D
  • Planning and implementing/steering and monitoring new projects of E4D in collaboration with the team and the private sector
  • Developing E4D’s network and liaise with private sector’s related partners as well as from the public sector and non-governmental actors
  • Represent E4D in the leading private sector dialogue groups and internal working groups
  • Supporting the programme management in M&E, reporting, communication, and knowledge management

Tasks
The project manager performs the following tasks:
  • Steers projects which are implemented by third parties, i.e., overseeing budget, implementation of activities, checking reports, providing advice to implementing partners in managerial and technical aspects and with regards to GIZ rules and directives for project implementation
  • Proactively develops new projects and activities contributing to E4D/’s goals in enterprise development and job matching in close collaboration with the team and external partners and stakeholders (private sector companies and associations, governmental bodies).
  • Manages the tendering processes of new projects and activities in line with GIZ rules and directives for procurement and contracting
  • Monitor’s progress and development results of projects together with partners and/or implementing parties and feeds them into the programme’s overall results tracking Frequently travels to projects locations in different regions in Tanzania and structurally reports upon challenges, current developments, and needs
  • Supports the coordination with public and private sector partners
  • Supports the skills development team of E4D in designing enterprise development measures and performing market research to identify potential implementing parties and their offers as part of the programme’s Development Partnerships with the Private sector (DPP)
  • Ensures a strong cooperation with E4D private sector team members as the programme implements a strong demand driven approach
  • Assumes the focal point role of a selected transversal topic (gender, human rights, or HIV/AIDs)
  • Supports the management in tasks like results-oriented monitoring, reporting, communication, and knowledge management
  • performs other duties and tasks at the request of management
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Required qualifications, competences, and experience
  • Master’s in development studies, Economics, Education, or another subject of relevance
  • A minimum of 3 years of project management/advisory in development cooperation (governmental, foundation or NGO) or project management/advisory in private consulting business including development planning, budgeting, implementing, and monitoring
  • A minimum of 4 years of stakeholder communication, internal and external reporting as well as monitoring.
  • At least basic understanding of enterprise development concepts, private sectors systems and services in Tanzania, preferably with a focus on youth and women employment
  • Overview competencies in gender are an advantage
  • Overview competencies in private sector development is an advantage
  • Excellent conceptual, communication and negotiation skills, ability to express ideas clearly and persuasively both orally and in writing
  • Clear understanding of the different roles, contrasting demands and responsibilities of public and private sector players
  • Confident and eloquent in working in an international professional context
  • A good knowledge of digitalization in the field of skills development is an asset
  • Excellent knowledge of English and Kiswahili in speaking and writing is a must
  • Knowledge of German Language is an asset
  • Strong writing skills for reports and concepts are crucial

Junior PR & Communication Professional

As an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, the federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its development-policy objectives.
GIZ is looking to fill the position of Junior PR & Communication Professional in the Employment and Skills for Eastern Africa Program (E4D/SOGA) in Tanzania.

Duty station: Dar es Salaam
Terms of the Contract: Fixed term contract.
Responsibilities
The Junior PR & Communication Professional is responsible for:
  • Ensuring visibility of the programme’s activities in Tanzania, in accordance with GIZ rules and in coordination with the GIZ-Tanzania Communications Manager.
  • Managing institutional communication with government implementing partners.
  • Participating in the monitoring of sectoral information and data publications

Tasks
Communication
The Junior Administrative Professional
  • Participate in the development of a communication strategy for the Tanzania component of E4D, liaise with the Regional Communication Officer to update communication materials and develop new materials.
  • Be the communication focal point of the programme
  • Organisation of meetings, workshops, and various internal and external events
  • Creation and management of a database of programme partners
  • Carry out visits to sites where different programme activities are being implemented to identify and report on important developments on site and to gather useful information to ensure the visibility of E4D activities in Tanzania
Project implementation support
The Junior PR & Communication Professional
  • Support project managers in the implementation and monitoring of activities
  • Supporting the programme management in M&E, reporting, communication, and knowledge management
  • Working closely with the project team and colleagues, participating in meetings, supporting efficient coordination and implementation of activities
  • Assist in the preparation of requested reports and/or documents and if necessarily make translations
  • Liaise and work closely with the Programme Team Leader, Projects Managers, Monitoring and Reporting Manager, local authorities, civil society and other partners to ensure efficient coordination and implementation of project activities
  • Participate in workshops, meetings and write minutes
  • Follow up on external meetings and business trips of the team and capitalise on the results (reports, articles)
  • performs other duties and tasks at the request of management

Required qualifications, competences and experience
Qualifications

  • A university degree or master’s in project management, communication, or related fields
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Professional experience
  • At least 3 years’ experience in project assistance management in development cooperation (governmental, foundation or NGO Institutions)
  • A minimum of 3 years of stakeholder communication, internal and external reporting as well as monitoring

Other knowledge, additional competences
  • Good working knowledge of ITC technologies (and computer applications(e.g MS Office, Access or other database programme)
  • Excellent writing and reporting skills
  • Excellent conceptual and communication skills, ability to express ideas clearly and persuasively both orally and in writing
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, excellent priority management
  • Good knowledge of Swahili and English languages
  • Ability to work in team towards common goals is a requirement
  • Listening and service skills
  • Knowledge of German Language is an asset

Project Manager Skills Development

As an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, the federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its development-policy objectives.
GIZ is looking to fill the position of Project Manager Skills Development in the Employment and Skills for Eastern Africa Program (E4D/SOGA) in Tanzania.

Duty station: Dar es Salaam
Terms of the Contract: Fixed term contract.
Responsibilities
The project manager is responsible for
  • Implementing and managing E4D’s skills development and job matching portfolio together with another team member
  • Steering and monitoring existing skills development and job matching projects that are implemented by third parties for GIZ E4D
  • Planning and implementing/steering and monitoring new projects of E4D in collaboration with the team and the private sector
  • Developing E4D’s network and liaise with skills andTVET related partners from the private and public sector as well as with non-governmental actors
  • Leading the development and organization of the E4D Skills Development Working Group
  • Supporting the programme management in M&E, reporting, communication, and knowledge management

Tasks
  • The project manager performs the following tasks:
  • Steers projects which are implemented by third parties, i.e., overseeing budget, implementation of activities, checking reports, providing advice to implementing partners in managerial and technical aspects and with regards to GIZ rules and directives for project implementation
  • Proactively develops new projects and activities contributing to E4D’s goals in skills development and job matching in close collaboration with the team and external partners and stakeholders (private sector companies and associations, governmental bodies).
  • Manages the tendering processes of new projects and activities in line with GIZ rules and directives for procurement and contracting
  • Monitor’s progress and development results of projects together with partners and/or implementing parties and feeds them into the programme’s overall results tracking 13 Frequently travels to projects locations in different regions in Tanzania and structurally reports upon challenges, current developments, and needs
  • Supports the coordination with VETA-centers andVETA central together with another team member
  • Supports the private sector team of E4D in designing skills development measures and performing market research to identify potential implementing parties and their offers as part of the programme’s Development Partnerships with the Private sector (DPP)
  • Ensures a strong cooperation with E4D private sector team members as the programme implements a strong demand driven approach
  • Organizes and implements the Skills Development Working Group which is an exchange platform for different public and private skills initiatives. This also includes the follow-up of the meetings with finalizing and sending out minutes
  • Assumes the focal point role of a selected transversal topic (gender, human rights, or HIV/AIDs)
  • Supports the management in tasks like results-oriented monitoring, reporting, communication, and knowledge management
  • performs other duties and tasks at the request of management
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Required qualifications, competences, and experience
  • Master’s in development studies, Economics, Education, or another subject of relevance
  • A minimum of 3 years of project management/advisory in development cooperation (governmental, foundation or NGO) or project management/advisory in private consulting business including development planning, budgeting, implementing, and monitoring
  • A minimum of 4 years of stakeholder communication, internal and external reporting as well as monitoring.
  • At least basic understanding of TVET concepts, vocational training systems and job matching/employment services in Tanzania, preferably with a focus on youth and women employment
  • Overview competencies in gender are an advantage
  • Overview competencies in private sector development is an advantage
  • Excellent conceptual, communication and negotiation skills, ability to express ideas clearly and persuasively both orally and in writing
  • Clear understanding of the different roles, contrasting demands and responsibilities of public and private sector players
  • Confident and eloquent in working in an international professional context
  • A good knowledge of digitalisation in the field of skills development is an asset
  • Excellent knowledge of English and Kiswahili in speaking and writing is a must
  • Knowledge of German Language is an asset
  • Strong writing skills for reports and concepts are crucial
  • Ability to work in a team towards common goals is a requirement

Method of Application
Interested candidates are requested to send their letter of application together with the CV and academic certificates by email to hr.giz-tanzania@giz.de
Please use job title you applying for in the subject line example: ‘Junior PR & Communication Professional
Closing date for submission: 13.09.2021

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
GIZ Tanzania is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all qualified and eligible candidates regardless of their gender, origin, religion/belief, disability or any other minority group.