USAID’s Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (SEED) in Egypt project is part of the United States – Government of Egypt Trade and Investment Promotion in Egypt (TIPE) Bilateral Agreement. This Agreement focuses on strengthening the development of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and entrepreneurship. More specifically, the purpose of the SEED contract is to increase employment and income of MSMEs and entrepreneurs, especially those owned by women and youth in disadvantaged areas, by: (1) stimulating entrepreneurship and innovation; (2) enhancing formalization of private enterprises; (3) improving financial and non-financial services to MSMEs; (4) integrating MSMEs and entrepreneurs in progressive value chains; and (5) addressing enabling environment policy reform initiatives to facilitate MSME development that is aligned to the Government of Egypt’s (GOE) socio-economic development strategy.
Responsible for overall operation of a project/contract to include the safety and well-being of its employees, safeguarding company funds and property, and generally represents the company with respect to the customer
AECOM is preparing for a potential upcoming USAID/OTI project in the country of Chad. The Regional Program Manager (RPM) will report to the Chief of Party and manage the development of the overall regional program strategy and review of activity ideas generated by AECOM staff, local partners, and international organizations. The RPM will oversee the implementation and monitoring of each activity idea and clusters of activities from conception through closure, and ensure that activities, activity documentation, and monitoring and evaluation reports are accurately captured and shared with the central office.
AECOM is preparing for a potential upcoming USAID/OTI project in the country of Chad. Operations Manager (OM) should possess strong interpersonal and customer service skills, the ability to multi-task as well as manage multiple teams and have experience working with and leading multicultural and multi-ethnic teams.
Seeking to recruit a competent M&E Specialist that can help monitor progress in the project, capture important changes that are occurring through a regular monitoring of the key performance indicators (KPI), and at the same assist in providing the donor with a complete, fair, and objective accounting for the various interventions being undertaken throughout the life of the project.
Post title: Investment and Marketing Expert
Post level: P3 Step 5
Duty station: AU-IBAR, Nairobi, Kenya
Number of Positions: 1
Under the management supervision of the project officer and the overall supervision of the project coordinator, the Investment and Marketing Expert will be responsible for the overall operations relating to increased investments in livestock value chains, enhancing access to inputs, services and markets and value addition to livestock commodities.
The Information officer should promote a client-oriented approach in communication activities and work in close collaboration with the staff, AU organs and Specialized Agencies, Member States Information and Communication Government officials, the media, multilateral and bilateral partners and civil society.
US$ 71,466.41 - 83,070.00 (P3 Step 5) inclusive of all allowance
AU-IBAR seeks the services of a Technology, Innovation and
Skills Development Expert, who will be responsible for fostering innovation, identifying technology needs and
supporting their uptake along the livestock value chains and spearheading the development of skills, including
entrepreneurship skills, among the value chain actors.