There is a New Job Recruitment At SNV. SNV currently seeks a full-time Skills Development Specialist for the GrEEn project.
S/he will be responsible for the overall Employability and Entrepreneurship Skills Development components of the project at national level, in coordination with the Project Manager. S/he works closely with two regional skills development advisors, as well as with project partners, service providers and sub-contractors.
Under the supervision of the Project Manager, The Skill Development Advisor is part of the core project team, and the key responsibilities of the role will include:
Key Responsibilities of the Position
National partnership engagement
- Provide strategic technical guidance on market-driven workforce development methodologies, private sector partnerships, access to credit, entrepreneurship, etc. to key personnel, project staff, government ministries, and project partners and stakeholders.
- Facilitate the development of mechanisms for coordination, collaboration, consensus and trust building among key national actors including the government, private businesses, civil society organizations, women, media, citizens, youth, and other stakeholders.
- Develop and implement activities that facilitate preparation for youth and women participation in decision-making and the economy at the national levels.
- Discover and engage with available networks of youth support systems, networks and organisations for the planning and implementation of project activities
- Cooperate with relevant associations, umbrella organisations, and individual private sector actors within the programme environment
- Advise and support/assist implementation activities & events demanded by national and international advisors in carrying out their work in Ghana upon request.
- Contribute to public relation materials and fact sheets.
- Work closely with relevant ministries such as the Ministry of Employment Labour Relations (MELR), Trade and Industries etc, Education.
- Facilitate demand-oriented exchange with and coordination amongst national and sub-national stakeholder, in particular Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, COTVET, Ministry of Education (MoE), Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI), related departments, associations (AGI), and companies to coordinate TVET programmes.
- Master’s degree plus 7 years of experience or bachelor’s degree plus 10 years of experience in a relevant discipline, such as entrepreneurship, inclusive business, agricultural economics, agribusiness, energy economics and business administration.
- Proven track record in employability skills development in projects of similar nature, preferably in international development organizations on the following themes.
- Strong experience and networks on youth employment issues especially in the context of Ghana.
- Good knowledge on the skills development and technical training ecosystems in Ghana, including key governmental and private institutions.
- Experience in developing and/or reviewing proposal budgets and cost proposals.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated good judgment and ability to prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously and work proactively.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to manage complex processes and team relationships to ensure effective collaboration by various contributors to the process, including contributors from multiple offices/units and at all levels of the organization.
- Initiative taker, self-motivation and a commitment to continuously work results oriented.
- Wide experience working in a fundraising environment and raising resources from institutional and other donors.
- Experience developing and delivering fundraising strategies.
- Experience writing successful funding proposals.
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How To Apply For The New Job Recruitment At SNV
Closing Date: 28th October, 2022.
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