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Date de Mise en Ligne: 18/10/2016 01:00:53


Chief of Party, OIC International:

The Chief of Party (COP) is a senior management position responsible for the overall management of a USAID/Simfer Global Development Alliance (GDA) program entitled “Beyla Development Project” within the Beyla Perfecture and communities along the Simandou Project in the republic of Guinea, West Africa. It is a two-year project starting from October 2016 and ending in September 2018.  The purpose of the Beyla Development Project will be to: Increase commercial production, processing and sales of selected agricultural products within Beyla Prefecture; improve overall business skills, and increase access and adoption of new technologies for processing of selected agricultural products through training; and facilitate and credit market linkages for producers in target project areas in the Beyla.

 

The COP will work closely with the USAID Guinea Office and has supervisory and managerial responsibility for all staff and will work closely both with management and support staff (including finance, administration and program) to ensure the day to day activities are implemented according to schedule and work plan, budget and required quality. The COP will develop a work plan for the implementation of the program including reaching, and modifying if needed, target areas/projects, methods of operation for effective programming and maximum results. The COP will liaise with USAIDGuinea and represent the program to other cooperating sponsors and other stakeholders.

 

Program Location: Beyla Perfecture, Guinea, West Africa.

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

 

Qualifications:

 

Application will include a letter of commitment, the resume, copies of diploma legalized, any attestation, and two letters of references.

Application has to be sent in hard copy  to OIC international Guinea, Carrefour Constantin, Matam Conakry.

Dateline: November 4th, 2016, a 10 am