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Job Opportunity: Programme Manager- Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation at The Bank of Tanzania (BOT)


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Job Opportunity: Programme Manager- Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation at The Bank of Tanzania (BOT)
Macroeconomic and Financial Management 
Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa
AUGUST 2018 VACANCY
The Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) is a regionally owned Institute with 14 member countries, namely: Angola, Botswana, Burundi Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. MEFMI was founded in 1994 with the view to building sustainable capacity in identified key areas in ministries of finance, planning commissions and central banks, or equivalent institutions.
MEFMI strives to improve sustainable human and institutional capacity in the critical areas of macroeconomic and financial management; foster best practices in related institutions; and bring emerging risks and opportunities to the fore among executive level officials. 
MEFMI seeks to achieve, within its member countries, prudent macroeconomic management, competent and efficient management of public finances, sound, efficient and stable financial sectors and stable economies with strong and sustained growth. The long-term objective is to contribute to poverty reduction among people in MEFMI’s operational zone of Eastern and Southern Africa
The MEFMI Secretariat is based in Harare, Zimbabwe. 
Applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals of member countries to fill the following position:

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REF: 082018PM – PROGRAMME MANAGER – PLANNING, MONITORING, AND EVALUATION

Academic Qualifications and Experience
a)At least a At least a Master’s Degree in Economics, Statistics, Business, Monitoring & Evaluation or related field;
b)At least 5 years progressive experience in monitoring and evaluation including preparation of results measurement frameworks;
c)Computer literacy and knowledge of main M&E software packages;
d)Experience in facilitation and presentation skills will be an added advantage;

Competencies
a)Strong qualitative, quantitative and analytical skills;
b)Ability to work long hours and under pressure including travel;
c)Excellent written (report writing) and verbal skills;
d)Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels;
e)Cooperation and Team Spirit;

f)Strong interpersonal skills;
g)Experience of working in a multicultural professional environment will be an added advantage.

For details and how to apply, kindly visit Skills Map Africa on the following link:
SOURCE: BOT Official Website

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