TECHAiDE has been working in Africa for over ten years in using ICTs to improve Education, support Youth Development, and facilitate Health Delivery. In collaboration with our international development partners in Africa, Europe and America, we have provided appropriate technologies and developed human capacities that unleashed the potential of individuals, communities and institutions. TECHAiDE is seeking to hire a middle level staff to serve as a Strategic Partnership Officer. Job duties include: Serves as a liaison to all funding agencies or organizations and NGO partners. Acts as liaison with project and program staff of clients. Engages with project officers at organizations to solicit invitations to submit proposals. Writes reports to funders as required for secured contracts or projects. Identifies new funding opportunities and program areas using research tools. Researches new government, corporate, foundations and private funding prospects. Generates proposals and supporting documents in response to request for proposals. Generates revenues through timely submission of well written proposals. Maintains and implements a calendar on finding cycles, including networking activities. Undertake special projects as needed. Qualifications & Competencies To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate some or all of the following skills, knowledge and competencies: A Bachelor’s Degree (Social Sciences / Development Studies / English / Sales / Marketing, etc). Experience in working with an NGO would be advantage Fluent in both written and oral English Excellent knowledge of MS Office Suite. Customer Service Orientated; Smart, professional and ability to take initiative Able to work in a fast paced but fun environment. Good organizer and be able to work with little or no supervision. How to Apply Apply by emailing your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Strategic Partnerships Officer", in the subject line or call 0303976600/ 0265733200
Our client, the nation’s premier platform for buying and selling properties is looking for a well-organized and a proactive DATA ENTRY OFFICER to help with their operations in Ghana. ROLE PROFILE The successful candidate will be responsible for sorting, distribution packaging and shipment of letters. SPECIFIC DUTIES • Keep information confidential • Prepare source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information; establishing entry priorities. • Compile, verify accuracy and sort information according to priorities • Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes. • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. • Manage special projects as assigned • Develop content for social media ie Facebook, Instagram etc. • Some data entry / processing that pertains to specific accounts • Support the Facilities Information Management System (FIMS) database administration with daily data record input and updates • Responsible for reviewing, auditing and uploading documentation for proper placement in our proprietary transaction/document management system. • Work with the office administrative staff to ensure data accuracy and compliance to prevent errors • Additional duties as required by business need
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONSEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE • Diploma or equivalent • 1-3 years of data entry experience or similar position REQUIREMENT • Must have proven data entry work experience as a Data entry operator or Office clerk • Must have experience with MS Office and data programs • Must be familiar with administrative duties • Must have experience using office equipment, like fax machine and scanner • Must have good typing speed and accuracy • Must have an excellent keyboarding skill • Excellent knowledge of correct spelling, grammar and punctuation • Must pay attention to detail •Confidentiality
CONTACT ADDRESS1st Otwe StreetP.O. Box TS 410 Teshie-Accra
BEDIAKO MEMORIAL INSTITUTEWhen we commenced operations in September 2002, we set ourselves the vision of becoming a world-class school, providing teaching and learning environments of the highest quality Spurred on by our vision, we have established a strong corporate culture and achieved significant growth in all aspects of our business. In furtherance of our vision, we have immediate vacancies for the following positions: • Social Studies Teacher • RME Teacher • Music Teacher
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS• A minimum of a University degree is required for each of the subjects • To fit into our business culture, you will be expected to demonstrate possession of strong, positive work ethic, a business mindset and good verbal and written communication skills
CONTACT ADDRESSHR Office, Kasoa CP, Off kasoa - winneba highway
HOW TO APPLYApply by email
UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. UNFPA’s new strategic plan (2018-2021), focuses on three transformative results: to end preventable maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and harmful practices.
In a world where fundamental human rights are at risk, we need principled and ethical staff, who embody these international norms and standards, and who will defend them courageously and with full conviction.
UNFPA is seeking candidates that transform, inspire and deliver high impact and sustained results; we need staff who are transparent, exceptional in how they manage the resources entrusted to them and who commit to deliver excellence in programme results.
Note: This is a Fixed Term appointment for a minimum of one year (renewable) and it is based in Accra.
You are expected to achieve the following key results:
• Provide overall administrative and secretarial support to the programme unit.
• Screen and log incoming correspondence and distributes to the relevant staff. Reviews correspondence and follows up on urgent and important responses. Drafts responses to correspondences when appropriate.
• Schedule meetings for the Deputy Representative and Assistant Representative and maintains their calendars.
• Draft and type routine correspondence, reports, briefs, and other documentation. Assists in the preparation of legal documents such as LoUs and MoUs.
• Maintain a central filing system for the programme unit in accordance with established classification systems. Files all correspondence in the programmes unit. Updates inventory of files in the CO and informs staff members accordingly.
• Support the drafting and finalisation of CPs, CPAP, AWPs and budgets.
• Responds to calls and other requests from IPs, government agencies, UN agencies, etc. Where technical assistance is needed, all calls are referred to the focal points.
• Support and participate in the organisation of population-related events (such as WPD). Prepares invitations to UNFPA events to all relevant attendees (government agencies, ministries, departments, NGOs, CSO and other implementing agencies).
• Organize and provide logistical support to meetings, conferences and workshops for the programme unit and implementing agencies; initiates and coordinates the preparation of the agenda and necessary documentation; and provides secretarial support during the meetings, conferences and workshops (such as minute taking).
People Management & Leadership:
• Coach new staff in the programme unit on day-to-day administrative procedures in the unit.
• Follows up on deadlines, commitments made, actions taken and coordination of collection and submission of reports to the Deputy Representative and Assistant Representative.
.• Monitors programme staff attendance; and ensures the timely communication of staff absences in the office to management.
Qualification Required and Experience
• Diploma or equivalent in secretarial studies, administration or any other relevant field.
• Having a first degree in a relevant field would be an added advantage.
• Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience in a similar position in a public or private sector organisation. • Minimum of 1-2 years working with an UN agency or international institution. • Knowledge of the United Nations systems and procedures would be an advantage.
• Fluency in oral and written English.
Your Computer Skills:
• Expertise in current office software applications.
• Proficiency in Atlas, PeopleSoft, and other computerized applications used by the UN.
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Job Title: Global Advocacy Adviser Job Locations: Negotiable Reports to: Head of Advocacy, (Policy & Global Advocacy Directorate) Job Holder: Vacant Department: Policy and Programme Strategies (PS2) Background context: Sightsavers is recruiting an experienced professional to support our advocacy in the francophone countries. The post-holder will be to lead coordination advocacy support to Senegal, Mali and Cameroon, as well as supporting other French-speaking country teams. The role covers all of Sightsavers main thematic areas – preventing avoidable blindness, disability rights and inclusive education – as well as crosscutting priorities such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The role will also support Sightsavers advocacy on SDG implementation at international level and ensure that Sightsavers’ work is rooted in the change it wants to see in social inclusion, inclusive education and eye health. The jobholder will work closely with colleagues in Policy and Global Advocacy to ensure that our advocacy is strategic and based on strong policy analysis. Job Purpose: To provide a link between the Sightsavers' international advocacy and the advocacy work of country offices; advising and supporting the effective delivery of Sightsavers' country level advocacy initiatives. Principal Accountabilities: 1. Francophone national level advocacy (40%). Provide technical support and capacity building to Sightsavers’ country offices in francophone countries – notably Senegal, Mali and Cameroon - with the development and implementation of strategic advocacy planning at national level. Lead on providing technical support to any Country Office as required, on advocacy to address systemic issues in eye health, inclusive education and disability rights. This will include: • Leading the advocacy components of proposal developments across francophone counties, • Providing specialist support to country offices on day-to-day implementation of advocacy objectives in country offices • Working with country offices to support reporting for donor funded country projects 2. International SDG advocacy (40%). Work with the Head of Advocacy to support the coordination of advocacy amongst partners, from the disability, health and wider development sectors, including through initiatives like Together 2030. This will include: • Coordinating with the other Global Advocacy Advisers about delivery of Sightsavers’ SDG advocacy plan at national and regional levels • Coordinating Sightsavers’ engagement with the High-level Political Forum • Represent and lead Sightsavers work on specific projects with international partners, including Together 2030 • Working with colleagues in the Communications Team and the Campaigns Team to ensure that everyone in Sightsavers understands the SDGs and our role in delivering them 3. Provide technical expertise to multi-country project design (15%): • Work with others in the Policy and Global Advocacy Team to produce analysis, information, materials and documentation to support the achievement of Sightsavers' policy influencing objectives at national, regional and global level. Support the roll-out of tools for the measurement of advocacy in Country Office programmes 4. Engage in internal team processes as appropriate (5%): • Work with the Communications team, where appropriate, to help raise the profile of Sightsavers messages, including through blogs and other relevant social media • Contribute to organisational annual planning, reporting, meetings and representation where appropriate • Contribute to broader organisational objectives and decision-making where relevant Qualification Required & Experience Jobholder Entry Requirements - the essential knowledge, skills and behaviours required Knowledge (Education & Related Experience): • Relevant academic qualifications in a social science • Significant experience of working as a development professional with INGOs, especially of advocacy work • Experience of building staff capacities to develop and deliver advocacy plans • Experience of leading or coordinating advocacy efforts at national level • Familiarity with policy development • Knowledge of current issues and best practice in development particularly in health, education, rights and governance Skills (Special Training or Competence): • Ability to represent the organisation to external bodies • Ability to think strategically and translate into effective action plans • Ability to develop and implement effective advocacy plans and M&E systems • Strong communication and relationship building skills with internal and external audiences Core Behaviours: • Communicating & Influencing • Team Working • Planning & Organising • Change & Improvement • Delivery and Implementation • Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills • Ability to network and inspire others to collaborate • Resilience, strong cultural sensitivity Key Relationships: Internal • Global Policy and Advocacy team • Senior management Directors • Country Directors • Global Technical Leads External • Government decision-makers and influencers • Multilateral policy staff • Alliance partners Location: Accra How to Apply For the Job To apply for this post by email, please download our application form and equal opportunities form and return as two separate documents to: email@example.com