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TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an ald-for-trade organisa­tion that was established with the aim of growing prosper­ity in East Africa through increased trade. TMEA. which is funded by a range of development agencies, operates on a notfor- profit basis. TMEA is funded by the development agencies of the following countries: French Development Agency (AFD). Belgium. Canada. Denmark. Finland. Irish Aid, the Netherlands. Norway. United Kingdom. United States of America and the European Union.

We work closely with East African Community (EAQ institutions, national govern­ments. the private sector, and civil society organisations to increase trade by unlocking economic potential through increased physical access to markets, enhanced trade en­vironment and improved business competitiveness. We be­lieve that enhanced trade contributes to economic growth, a reduction in poverty and subsequently increased prosperity. TMEA has Its headquarters in Nairobi. Kenya with branches and operations in Arusha (at the East African Community). Burundi. Democratic Republic of Congo. Ethiopia. Hargelsa, Rwanda. South Sudan. Tanzania, and Uganda. TMEA is now expanding its trade facilitation programme and launching operations in Djibouti and Malawi.

Job Opportunities At TradeMark East Africa (TMEA), August 2021

We are looking for high calibre, results-orlented and experienced professionals to join our team in the positions below.

JOB TITTLE: The Country Director (CD)

The Country Director (CD) leads the country programmes with overall responsibility for delivering quality and results of these portfolios, in line with TMEA’s Strategy and Project Cycle Management (PCM) Guidelines. S/he manages and maintains strategic relationships with Governments, the private sector, civil society, and the donor communities. In addition, the CD is responsible for managing the country teams to ensure good design and delivery of the programmes, and ensuring best practice is followed with TMEA corporate guidelines, procedures, and systems.
The CD has overall responsibility for leading the Uganda and South Sudan Country Programmes (UCP & SSCP) and developing, managing, and monitoring strategies and programme delivery. This will include the design, implementation, and delivery of programme activities in infrastructure development, trade facilitation, support to Government institutions and the private sector. S/he will develop and maintain effective programmes in line with TMEA’s strategic plan, results framework and its management information and monitoring systems. The CD will identify opportunities for additional investments into TMEA’s Uganda and South Sudan Programmes through fundraising from donors and other agencies.

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JOB TITTLE: The Director for Trade Policy and Facilitation

The job holder is responsible for coordinating the alignment of trade policy and international trade practices and goals to TMEA’s strategy and ensuring that as a member of Trade Environment Team, the linkages between trade policy and facilitation are streamlined in all aspects of the Trade Environment Work Streams and clearly linked to organisational objectives at both the national and regional levels. The role ensures analytical work, capacity building and sharing information from research, implementation experiences and lessons, statistical and data work, and partnerships.

The Director for Trade Policy and Facilitation will also provide technical lead on trade policy and facilitation related support to country offices and partner organizations as needed, including the Integrated Border Management, work around the post Bali WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement; the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and related Trade in Services components. The position will lead and coordinate TMEA’s involvement in Aid for Trade discussions including the recent concluded WTO TFA with a view to increasing TMEA’s visibility with regards to practical application of Aid for Trade on the ground.

The person in this position will report to the Senior Director, Trade Environment. Part of their responsibility will be to closely manage the information nexus on trade policy, trade facilitation and related trade issues between the AfCFTA Secretariat and related Regional Economic Community (RECs) Secretariats such as EAC, IGAD, COMESA and TMEA’s regional and national programs, including occasional oversight of TMEA-funded Technical Advisors at the RECs Secretariat and Country Programmes.

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The deadline for submitting the application is 27 August 2021.

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JOB TITTLE:Head of Human Resources

The job holder is responsible for developing and delivering TMEA’s human resources strategy including the acquisition, development and retention of staff to meet TMEA’s corporate objectives. S/he is expected to provide strategic advice, leadership and direction in the development and implementation of a results-driven performance management culture, succession planning strategy, progressive staff welfare policies and strategies, organisational development initiatives and ensuring staff motivation and a conducive working environment.

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The deadline for submitting the application is 27 August 2021.

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