The ELIM Serviços Lda. is hiring a Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Assistant to join the implementation team of the USAID-funded Feed the Future Promoting Innovative and Resilient Agriculture Market Systems (FTF PREMIER) Activity, in Nampula.
ABOUT THE Opportunity
The Feed the Future Mozambique Promoting Innovative and Resilient Agriculture Market Systems Activity (FTF PREMIER) is a USAID funded five-year activity that will seize on opportunities to work with local market actors, increasing the resiliency of the agricultural market system in the Nacala Corridor to absorb, adapt, and respond to external climate, economic, and political shocks; to reduce poverty; and to improve food security. The activity will implement solutions including:
The Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Assistant will report to the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager. S/He should possess keen research and report-writing skills, excellent communication, high concentration levels, good task management, and superior problem solving and critical thinking skills. S/He will work on a variety of areas, including facilitation of collaborative efforts across technical teams to develop a learning agenda, and to package and document evidence and learning from project activities to inform project approaches/workplans, adaptive management strategies, and collaboration with other programs. The Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Assistant must demonstrate a strong ability to work in a diverse team and engage external stakeholders, both local and international, in accordance with corporate expectations.
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
Note: Interested candidates should submit a detailed cover letter and CV in English, with the subject line: “Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Assistant 2022” to email@example.com
ELIM Serviços Lda (ELIM) is a market research and development consultancy focused on the design, implementation, and measurement of socio-economic interventions for sustainable growth.
Established in Maputo in 2007, we have implemented projects in every Mozambican province and have worked in Angola, Botswana, Kenya, South Africa, and Tanzania. We are driven by a vision to strengthen Africa’s rural communities and local enterprises to foster inclusive benefit of the Continent’s economic growth opportunities. We do so by partnering with funders and implementers of development interventions to model sustainable solutions that adequately respond to the development challenges hindering Africa’s growth.
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