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National Long-term Expert (NLTE) / Sector Coordinator for Renewable Energy in Malawi under the Zantchito Skills for Jobs Project.

British Council

Title :

SSA_Malawi_2024_National Long-term Expert (NLTE) / Sector Coordinator for the Renewable Energy Sector in Malawi within the Context of the Zantchito Skills for Jobs Technical Assistance Project.

Reference :

BC/03478

Description :

The Zantchito Skills for Jobs Project is supporting the Ministry of Labour (MoL) and the Technical and Entrepreneurial Vocational Education and Training Authority (TEVETA) to establish four sector-specific Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs). These sectors were selected based on Malawi Vision 2063 priorities. The four sectors are 1) Agricultural Mechanization, 2) Tourism, 3) Renewable Energy, and 4) Marine Transport. The COVEs are technical colleges which will spearhead the development of these four sectors by offering unique skills which are not currently available in the country. To further... develop these CoVEs and sectors, the project is seeking to contract a Sector Coordinator as a national long-term expert to be linked to the Renewable Energy CoVE at Mzuzu Technical College.Specific Objective of this Assignment

The primary objective of this consulting assignment is coordination of technical assistance support provided by the Zantchito Skills for Jobs project to the Renewable Energy CoVE and its Network Partner Institutes (NPI) and will be the main focal point between the Project and the CoVE.

Scope of Work:

The Sector Coordinator will report to the Deputy Team Leader and will be responsible for coordination and liaison with relevant stakeholders in the Renewable Energy sector. The Sector Coordinator will be attached to the Renewable Energy (RE) CoVE at Mzuzu Technical College and will undertake the following tasks:

• Facilitate and coordinate the provision of technical support and capacity building services offered to the CoVE and its Network Partner Institutes (NPI) during project implementation.

• Support Management of the CoVE and those of its network partners in achieving the operations of the CoVE during the project implementation.

• Support the management of information generated by the CoVE and its network partners.

• Support all monitoring, evaluation and research activities undertaken by the project, as well as the CoVE and its network partners.

• Facilitate the participation of the CoVE and its network partners in the Sector Working Group or other capacity building or networking events for effective collaboration.

• Facilitate the missions of the project consultants who will work with the CoVE and its TEVET network partners.

• Monitor the work of project consultants assigned to work in a CoVE and its TEVET network partners.

• Monitor the delivery of training and capacity building provided to the CoVE and its TEVET network partners.

• Submit monthly reports to the Deputy Team Leader on the work being undertaken in the CoVE.

• Facilitate and support linkages between the CoVE and employers from the private sector.

• Promote the work of the Zantchito project at both the sector and regional level.

• Undertake any other tasks that the Team Leader or Deputy Team Leader may assign

Deliverables:

The Sector Coordinator will be responsible for delivering the following:

a. Drafting periodic work plans throughout the duration of the assignment.

b. Monthly progress reports.

c. Contribution to project progress reports and presentations as required by the Team Leader and Deputy Team Leader.

d. A final report incorporating overall achievements during the assignment.

Logistics and timeline:

The consultant will work up to 300 days over 24 months (150 days per year). The expected start date is July 2024.

The consultant will be expected to have a primary work base that facilitates delivery of his/her responsibilities and she/he may also work in the Renewable Energy CoVE and the Project Office in Lilongwe as relevant. Any work-related travel to regions outside work-base will be organised by the British Council according to applicable guidelines.

Contact :

James.Nangoma@britishcouncil.org; Dick.Maganga@britishcouncil.org; Humphrey.Chikanda@britishcouncil.org; AHMED.EL-ASHMAWI@britishcouncil.org

Qualifications :

Required experience and qualifications: The NLTE should possess the following expertise and qualifications:
• Minimum of a relevant bachelor’s degree in Energy/renewable energy/relevant field, Project Management, Economics, Research, Labour Markets or equivalent,
• Demonstrated practical, consistent experience (at least 3 years) in the Renewable Energy sector,
• At least 3 years consulting experience with international development partners,
• Experience in the TEVET sector in Malawi is a strong advantage.
• Experience of engaging with government stakeholders and private sector leaders, and evidence of strong relationship building skills.
• Strong facilitation and coordination skills.
• Strong analytical ability, communication, and report-writing skills.
• Excellent written and spoken English.

Award :

21 June 2024

Contract Start :

01 August 2024

Contract End :

31 July 2026

Extension Clause Date :

31 July 2026

Online Journal Notice :

4444

Approach Market Date :

27 May 2024

Awarded Date :

20 June 2024

Annex D Option Type :

Open

Awarded Procedure Type :

Open

To apply visit: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil/aspx/ProjectManage/3478
Lilongwe Malawi

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