Under the supervision of the Chief Programs Officer, the Social Finance Advisor will join a team of internal technical advisors who provide support to ongoing WUSC programs, new business development as well as bring support to strategic corporate work. In addition, the Social Finance Advisor will be responsible to lead and grow WUSC’s Social Finance portfolio.
Provide strategic leadership of activities to meet local needs and donor priorities by managing country programs and project team members in field offices; collaborating with support functions in head office to maximize value for money and efficient delivery of program; contribute to development of new programs in accordance with approved CESO policies and guidelines.
Le/la chef(fe) d'équipe terrain sera chargé(e) de superviser tous les aspects du projet, incluant la gestion de l’équipe de projet, les finances et les opérations, l’élaboration et la mise en oeuvre des plans de travail, en plus d’assurer le leadership stratégique en termes d’efficacité organisationnelle et de représentation auprès de plusieurs interlocuteurs nationaux. Le/la candidat(e) doit maîtriser parfaitement le français. Le/la candidat(e) retenu(e) sera basé à Agadir.
The Project Director will have overall responsibility for detailed financial oversight of projects; quality assurance; business development (proposal development, client relations etc.); and management of sector specialists and team members.
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The Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP) is conducting research to assess Canada's current landscape of expertise related to Canada's foreign policy priorities, particularly Canada's Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP). The objective is to gain a comprehensive understanding of the expertise available in various thematic areas. Furthermore, we would like to assess how experts find consultancy/programming opportunities and how institutions source their pools of experts.
With funding from the LNGB Window, WUSC seeks to procure a research and consulting firm to conduct a feasibility study to better understand the demographics, catchment area, needs and challenges of orphaned and unattended or marginalized girls in Afghanistan, including those with disabilities, particularly with respect to having access to and receiving a quality education.