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  1. JOB TITLE: Project Coordinator – ELCAP Project

Location Unspecified county (Tanzania), Unspecified municipality (Tanzania)

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Last application date 3/29/2024 11:59 PM

Job description

About the workplace

Stromme Foundation is a rights-based development NGO that works towards a vision of a world free from poverty. Our most important interventions in the fight against poverty are education, economic inclusion / job creation and a strong civil society. This gives hundreds of thousands of people the opportunity to climb out of poverty, every year.

We are a decentralised organisation. With offices in West Africa, East Africa and Asia consisting only of local employees, we work through local partners in 11 countries. We implement our programmes through local partner organisations.

Our Organisational Headquarters is in Kristiansand, Norway, and has a coordinating, capacity building and fundraising role. Around 35 staff work in Kristiansand, and a total of 150 staff work for Stromme Foundation worldwide.

Stromme Foundation is a non-profit, value-based organization, and we want to create a culture where we both live and are motivated by our core values of dignity, justice, and solidarity.

Work tasks

The ELCAP Project Coordinator will have the overall responsibility for effective planning, coordination, monitoring, implementation, and promotion of ELCAPs livelihoods activities in line with the SF strategic plan, vision, mission, values, and objectives. The coordinator will be required to apply a wide variety of livelihood development tools and approaches to catalyse innovative services, facilitate linkages between market actors, manage stakeholders

relationships, and coordinate the reporting among consortium members.

The ELCAP project Coordinator will be based in Singida, with regular field travel to the project sites in Manyoni, Ikungi and Iramba. The post holder will report to the Program Manager and Stromme Foundation Country Director for Tanzania. The main duties will be leading Project Implementation (30%), Strategic Partnerships, Collaboration, Networking and Relationship Management (10%), Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (30%), Financial Planning, Management, and Compliance (10%), People Management and Development (10%) and Capacity building for partners (10%).

Qualifications

Interested candidates must Hold a bachelors degree in agriculture, agribusiness, or any other related field from a reputable academic institution. Graduate qualification in development studies, business administration or management studies will be an added advantage.

Scope of employment

Form of employment : Summer job/Seasonal employment

Scope : Full-time 100% Time-limited to : 3/29/2024

Duration : 6 months or longer

Application

Last application date: 3/29/2024 11:59 PM Reference number : 2024 3

Employment

Number of positions advertised : 1

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  1. JOB TITLE: Project Officer (Agronomy)

Location Unspecified county (Tanzania), Unspecified municipality (Tanzania)

Last application date 3/29/2024 11:59 PM

Job description

About the workplace

Stromme Foundation is a rights-based development NGO that works towards a vision of a world free from poverty. Our most important interventions in the fight against poverty are education, economic inclusion / job creation and a strong civil society. This gives hundreds of thousands of people the opportunity to climb out of poverty, every year.

We are a decentralised organisation. With offices in West Africa, East Africa and Asia consisting only of local employees, we work through local partners in 11

countries. We implement our programmes through local partner organisations. Our Organisational Headquarters is in Kristiansand, Norway, and has a coordinating, capacity building and fundraising role. Around 35 staff work in Kristiansand, and a total of 150 staff work for Stromme Foundation worldwide. Stromme Foundation is a non-profit, value-based organization, and we want to create a culture where we both live and are motivated by our core values of dignity, justice, and solidarity.

Stromme Foundation is a rights-based development NGO that works towards a vision of a world free from poverty. Our most important interventions in the fight against poverty are education & income and job creation. This gives hundreds of thousands of people the opportunity to climb out of poverty, every year.

We are a decentralised organisation. With offices in West Africa, East Africa and Asia consisting only of local employees, we work through local partners in 11 countries. We implement our programmes through local partner organisations.

Our Organisational Headquarters is in Kristiansand, Norway, and plays a role of a coordinating, capacity building and fundraising. Around 35 staff work in Kristiansand, and a total of 150 staff work for Stromme Foundation worldwide.

Stromme Foundation is a non-profit, value-based organization, that strives to create a culture where we both live and are motivated by our core values of human dignity, respect, justice, and solidarity.

Stromme Foundation strives to provide a safe and inclusive workplace and collaborative working environment, where staff are treated with dignity, and respect. We offer competitive compensation and benefits in line with the local market. In the spirit of the work we do, we do not aspire to be the salary driver in countries of our operations. We thus do not offer salaries in the top end of the labour market. We also provide learning and development opportunities.

Work tasks

The Project Officers (Agronomy) will implement all aspects of the ELCAP program in Iramba, Ikungi and Manyoni districts in Tanzania. She/He will be required to apply a wide variety of livelihood development tools and approaches to catalyze innovative services and facilitate linkages between market actors in the assigned project area. The Project officer will work directly with Project Coordinator at SF and collaborate with the other consortium members for technical guidance.

The Project Officer (Agronomy) will have the overall responsibility to support project development, coordination, monitoring, promotion, and development of ELCAPs livelihoods activities (these include but not limited to: promotion of Climate Smart agriculture practices, management of Saving Producer groups, Gender and Disability inclusion, Innovation and adoption of new technologies, promotion of green economy practices, Food Security, Life skills training, linking smallholder farmers to market actors and waste management practices.

The project officer (Agronomy) will work in hand with the government counterparts at all levels in the mapping and identification and capacity strengthening of farmers groups in the project and maintain this collaboration for sustainability.

Qualifications

Interested candidates must hold a bachelors degree in agriculture, agribusiness, Social Science or any other related field from a reputable academic instituti

Scope of employment

Form of employment : Summer job/Seasonal employment

Scope : Full-time 100%

Time-limited to : 3/29/2024

Duration : 6 months or longer

Application

Last application date: 3/29/2024 11:59 PM Reference number : 2024 4 Employment

Number of positions advertised : 3

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