Foster cross provincial cooperation and exchange between Renewable Energy (RE) focal points at Provincial level and below as well as vertical cooperation with Alternate Energy Promotion Center's (AEPC) Central Office and Local Governments and stakeholders.
Supervision of project staff in the provincial level.
Coordinating all stages of the project with key stakeholders and ensuring transparency for partners
Ensuring the connectivity of project / programme management with established SNV practice by applying Capacity Works
Identifying the need for short-term assignments, as well as local subsidy contributions and financial agreements, as well as Public Private
Partnership (PPP), planning and steering the assignments, and supporting the local and international short-term experts. Follow up on the outcomes of these assignments,
Coordinating the organization / running of training measures which are in the scope of the program monitoring and documenting work progress
Ensuring a monitoring and evaluation system is in place that is aligned with programs Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework.
Planning and supporting project-related research
Project management function and preparing regular reports in English
Supporting the officer responsible for the commission in preparing and conducting the interim evaluation
Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Energy, Engineering, Business Administration (with Master’s Degree is desirable) or relevant discipline.
Minimum of 8 years of relevant work experience, with 3 years’ experience working with local governance.
Affinity with disadvantages groups and social mobilization
Knowledge and understanding of Renewable Energy sector and RE technologies is required
Knowledge and skill of project management
Experience working with local governments and stakeholders from public and private sectors
Willing to be based in, and preferable originating from, the respective Province
If you are interested, we invite you to apply via http://smrtr.io/_W5UyQ by uploading your CV and cover letter by 18 February 2018. Please also mention your preferred duty station (Province) in cover letter.
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