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The Institute is looking for an experience Executive Assistant to join our support team. The ideal candidate will have experience in working in high pressured environments as a PA/EA and has had vast engagement with senior stakeholders.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved with a fast paced team and an exciting agenda!
The successfully appointed Infrastructure Investment advisors will be responsible for helping governments take priority infrastructure projects from concept to bankability and supporting the process of private sector engagement to advance the project to financial close. Priority sectors are transport (road, rail, and sea), energy (primarily Independent Power Producers and gas pipelines and storage), and water.
Côte d’Ivoire is a central part of TBI’s expansion in West Africa. Since January 2019, we have a team of five people based in Abidjan working on industrial policy in the cashew and textile sector. This position would play a catalytic role in accelerating our work and the capacity of our team in place to meet project goals.
Following the recent Presidential election, the Federal Government of Nigeria has set agriculture transformation as a top priority. The TBI Resource Mobilisation and Communications Advisor will be assigned to work with the Office of the Vice President to develop and implement a fully integrated fundraising and communications strategy.
The role will work closely with the Monitoring, Evaluation, & Learning Advisor and the Programme Manager. The Advisor will be in charge of overseeing all internal and external communications for the delivery unit, ensuring its message is accurate, consistent and engaging.
With an exciting agenda in place, the Institute aims to strengthen its fundraising operation so that it can support its ongoing development, growth and expanding influence. We are looking to recruit a Philanthropy & Corporate Partnerships Manager to join our small and dynamic team to support this effort and diversify our donor base to include a broad range of supporters such as Foundations and those in the corporate sector.
The Institute is seeking to appoint a copyeditor to provide ongoing editorial capacity to the Generation Global campaign including guaranteed service periods. The copyeditor will provide proofreading, copyediting and development editing services as needed across the suite of Global Commitment projects, ensuring consistent tone of voice and use of house editorial style across the campaign
We are looking to hire an Economist with strong quantitative skills, an entrepreneurial approach to empirical investigation and a good policy brain, to contribute to the analytical basis of our research and policy agenda.
As a exceptional analyst, you will be adept at finding ways to add value to the work of colleagues leading the development of analysis and policy in areas ranging from public services reform to taxation, from transport to corporate governance, injecting critical thinking and quantitative rigour.
The Institute is looking to hire a Policy Researcher with strong quantitative skills, an entrepreneurial approach to empirical investigation and a good policy brain, to contribute to the analytical basis of our research and policy agenda.
Applicants may have some experience in one of our areas of policy focus – public services, work and inequality, productivity and sustainability, and community – and will demonstrate the creativity to produce entrepreneurial research that can move policy debates forward.
We are currently recruiting a Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Data Analyst with technical expertise and specialism in social science research and data analysis to support the MEL team with qualitative and quantitative research and analysis to feed into project and action-research design and programme monitoring and evaluation. This role will seat within the Co-Existence MEL team and will report to the MEL Analyst.
The Regional Analyst is a new role, created to support the East Africa Regional Director deliver TBI’s objectives within the region. The role provides a broad insight into TBI’s governance work in Africa and will focus on the analysis of geopolitical trends, project results and providing insight into how TBI can increase its impact across the region, scoping support to regional structures and policy initiatives.
The successful Advisor will thrive in an environment where the importance of personal initiative coupled with teamwork is critical. Above all they will build effective relationships, win trust, and help shape and influence change delivery in government. With a good knowledge of delivery principles and processes, they will have a grounding in project and programme management, capacity development and policy reform.
You will ensure that the team delivers on its strategy and objectives, manage the process of scaling up our capabilities and activities and leverage other resources within the Institute in pursuit of the team’s goals. You will take an overview of the team’s operations, ensuring that projects and publications are delivered on time and to spec, line managing members of the team. You will collaborate with colleagues to make sure research publications are news-driving, thought-leading and have policy impact. You will also be responsible for working with people across the Institute to realise the team’s ambitions for research, events and stakeholder engagement.
The Country Head role is an important role in the TBI Governance pillar: it provides leadership and management to the project, sets and delivers project goals, maintains relations with top counterparts in partner governments, up to and including the President, manages the project budget and impact of work, drives in-country fundraising, and provides the link between the Burkina Faso Project team and the rest of the organisation. In Burkina Faso, the Country Head will set up a new project and develop its strategy while simultaneously beginning to work with Government.
The Advisor will also support the Government in its agriculture development policy, regulatory framework and institutional development. They will be embedded in the National Directorate of Planning and International Cooperation (DPCI) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security.
In Kenya, TBI’s embedded advisors focus on delivery, which is a specialised approach to designing, managing, and monitoring the implementation of government priorities that are intended to have a significant effect on development outcomes and is an anchor function of the Centre of Government. It supports the systems and structures that channel the leader’s authority throughout the rest of government, reinforces their priorities, and gets them the right information at the right time to drive progress.
To support successful deployment of the County Action Plans, TBI is seeking a Preventing Violent Extremism (PVE) Advisor to be based in the various counties of Kenya, working closely with national and county key stakeholders.
The agriculture sector is central to the Kenyan Government’s Big 4 Development Agenda. The agriculture pillar of this agenda aims to attain 100% food and nutritional security for all Kenyans by 2022. Relative to this goal, significant progress has been made notably through a number of large-scale irrigation projects that have improved the reliability of water supply and resulting crop yield. However, despite progress towards achieving food security for all Kenyans, real agricultural value-added has declined to 2006 levels.
In support of this agenda, TBI is seeking Strategic Advisor, Agriculture, working with private and public sector counterparts to support the government’s priority food security and agriculture sector initiatives. The Advisor will be a member of a new and growing TBI team in Kenya providing embedded support at the centre of government.
TBI is seeking a County Level Agriculture Advisor to support delivery of the government’s priority food security and agriculture sector initiatives. Anchored at the Ministry, the Advisor will play a critical role coordinating domestication of the Agriculture Sector Transformation and Growth Strategy (ASTGS) and the Big 4 Food Security Agenda across the counties.
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